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Bank Holidays in March 2021: Banks will remain closed for a few days in March, check the list of holidays here

Bank Holidays in March 2021 in India: According to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), banks will remain closed for a few days even in the month of March 2021. Check out the list of holidays before leaving home.

Bank Holidays in March 2021 in India: Like every month in March 2021, there will be holidays in banks for a few days. According to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), banking operations will be closed for a few days this month. However, be aware that bank holidays vary from state to state, and at the same time, there are differences in holidays for all banking companies. Banking holidays also depend on the festivals celebrated in specific states or notification of specific occasions in those states.




In March 2021, banks will cease to function for a total of 5 days, that is, banks will be on holidays for 5 days this month, except week off and second Saturday. The Reserve Bank of India puts its holidays under three brackets. Holiday under the Negotiable Instruments Act; There are holidays under the Negotiable Instruments Act and the Real Time Gross Settlement Holiday and under the accounts of bank closing.

Here are the list of bank holidays in March 2021

05 March 2021 – Holiday to celebrate Chopper Kut in Mizoram
11 March 2021 – Mahashivratri holiday
22 March 2021 – Bihar Day
March 29, 2021 – Holi and Dhuleti / Yosung’s hideout
30 March 2021 – Holi holiday

Apart from this, banks may remain closed on March 15-March 16 as bank employees unions have announced a strike against privatization of banks.

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The All India Bank Employees Union (AIBEA) said that on 15-16 March 2021, 10 lakh employees and officers of the banks would go on a two-day strike. According to the statement, if the government goes ahead with its decision, we will intensify the agitation and go on a prolonged strike and an indefinite strike.




The above days holidays will be celebrated as per the state-declared holidays in various regions. However banks across the country will remain closed for gazetted holidays. If you keep an eye on these holidays, then you will be able to plan for better handling of the functioning of the bank. You can plan your holiday well.

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