Tamil NaduApril Month Bank Holidays will be closed for 15 days

April Month Bank Holidays will be closed for 15 days

List of Bank Holidays in April nearly 15 days bank will closed

Banks will be closed for 15 days in April. According to the list of holidays given on the official website of the Reserve Bank of India, bank holidays depend on the announcement of festivals celebrated in different states or special occasions in those states. These holidays do not apply to all states.

It is noteworthy that all transactions in the country are done through banks. The bank also offers services such as accepting deposits from customers, keeping accounts, making loans, cashing checks, issuing credit cards, ATM cards, bank bonds, exchanging currency, and engaging in international lending transactions.

See List of Holidays (Bank Holiday List April 2022)

  • April 1 – Annual closure of bank accounts – (Holidays in all states)
  • April 2 – Gudi Padwa / Ugadi Festival / First Day of Navratri / Telugu New Year / Sajibu Nongambamba (Syropa) – Holidays for banks in Belapur, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Imphal, Jammu, Mumbai, Nagpur, Panaji and Srinagar.
  • April 3 – Sunday (weekend break)
  • April 4 – Holiday for Sarihul-Ranchi banks.
  • April 5 – Babu Jagjivan Ram’s Birthday – Holiday for Banks in Hyderabad.
  • April 9 – Saturday (2nd Saturday of the month)
  • April 10 – Sunday (weekend break)
  • April 14 – Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanti / Mahaveer Jayanti / Baisaki / Tamil New Year / Siropa, Biju Festival / Bohar Bihu – Holidays for banks other than Shillong and Shimla.
  • April 15 – Good Friday / Bengali New Year / Himachal Day / Vishu / Bohak Bihu – Holidays for banks other than Jaipur, Jammu and Srinagar.
  • April 16 – Bohak Bihu – Holiday for Guwahati banks.
  • April 17 – Sunday (weekend break)
  • April 21 – Katiya Puja – Banks closed in Agartala
  • April 23 – Saturday (Fourth Saturday of the month)
  • April 24 – Sunday (weekend break)
  • April 29 – Shab-e-Qadr / Jumat-ul-Vida – Holiday for Banks in Jammu and Srinagar.

In this case the banks created by the Government of India and the banks nationalized by the Government of India are called public sector banks.

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