Banks will be Closed for 13 Days in September; Check Full List of Holidays Here
In September 2022, there will be 13 days when banks are closed, including weekends. Therefore, everyone should schedule their bank-related duties in order to avoid delays. The first and fourth Saturdays of each month are typically still business days for banks in India, whereas the second and third Saturdays are observed as vacations. Every Sunday is regarded as a holiday.
There will be eight holidays in September, according to the Reserve Bank of India‘s calendar, including Sree Narayana Guru Jayanthi on September 10 in Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi. Since this day is also a second Saturday, banks will be closed nationwide on that day. The final five days of the 13-day bank holiday are the remaining weekends.
List of Bank Holidays in September 2022
September 1: Banks to remain closed in Panaji on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi (2nd day).
September 4: First Sunday of the month.
September 6: Banks across Ranchi will be shut to mark the celebration of Karma Puja.
September 7: To mark the occasion of First Onam, banks will be closed in Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram.
September 8: On Thiruvonam banks will be shut in Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram.
September 9: Banks will remain closed in Gangtok as Indrajatra will be marked on this day here.
September 10: While banks in Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram are listed to remain shut on the occasion of Sree Narayana Guru Jayanthias per RBI, banks in other parts of the country will also be non-operational as the day is the second Saturday of the month.
September 11: Second Sunday of the month.
September 18: Third Sunday of the month.
September 21: Banks will stay shut in Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram on the occasion of Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi Day.
September 24: Fourth Saturday of the month.
September 25: Fourth Sunday of the month.
September 26: In Imphal and Jaipur banks will remain closed on the occasion of Navratri Sthapna/Mera Chaoren Houba of Lainingthou Sanamahi.
There are some state-specific bank holidays and others on which all banks in the nation are shut. The Negotiable Instruments Act, the Negotiable Instruments Act, and Real-Time Gross Settlement Holiday and Banks’ Closing of Accounts are the three lists that the RBI uses to classify its holidays. Except for weekends, all of the aforementioned holidays are covered by the “Negotiable Instruments Act” of the RBI.