#NewDelhi: Public and private banks (Bank Holidays) will be closed for a total of six days at the end of the year. This six-day holiday falls within the last 10 days of December. The bank did not have much of a holiday in November, as it had been closed for several festivals during the previous two months. In addition, there is only one national holiday this month, Christmas! Banks across the country will be closed on this day. But apart from that, there are seven more days on the list of different state-based holidays, some of which may have been cut.
This year, Christmas falls on the second Saturday of the month, which is already a bank holiday. There are six more weekends out there. Of the six weekend holidays and seven other holidays, one excludes 12 days. Six days of those 12 days have passed till December 20, the rest is left. But these days are state-based holidays.
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But the general public has nothing to worry about, because these holidays are state-based. In other words, this holiday is announced on the occasion of a specific subject or day of the state. As a result, some branches in certain states may not work. If you know in advance when the bank holiday next to your house is, you will not have any problem. However, this is not to say that the bank has been closed for six days in a row.
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Bank holidays are usually fixed after the announcement of a specific list by the Reserve Bank. There are also weekends, Sundays and second and fourth Saturdays. Banks are open on the first and third Saturday. Excluding these, the holidays are divided into three categories, state based holidays, religious holidays and festival holidays.
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