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Bank Holidays in June 2021

bank HOLIDAYSIn the month of June2021, Indian banks will be closed for nine days. Bank holidays in June 2021 include all Sundays, the second and fourth Saturdays, and several occasions, according to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) holiday calendar.

On June 15, all banks in Mizoram's Aizwal and Odisha's Bhubaneswar will be closed for YMA Day and Raja Sankranti. The bankers in Jammu and Srinagar will be closed on June 25 to commemorate Guru HargobindJi's birth anniversary. In Aizawl, Mizoram, banks will be closed on June 30, 2021.

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The private and public sector banks across the country are closed on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has also mandated that banks remain closed on Sundays.

All banks remain shut on public holidays while some holidays vary from state to state.While the bank branches will remain closed on these days, mobile and internetbanking will remain functional asusual. Customers can make transactions through online modes.

Here’s a full list of bank holidays in June2021

June 6: Weekly off (Sunday)

June 12: Second Saturday

June 13: Weekly off (Sunday)

June 15: YMA Day/Raja Sankranti – In Mizoram’s Aizwal and Odisha’s Bhubaneswar

June 20: Weekly off (Sunday)

June 25: Guru HargobindJi’s birthday – In Jammu and Srinagar

June 26: Fourth Saturday

June 27: Weekly off (Sunday)

June 30: Remna Ni - In Aizawl, Mizoram

However, not all states observe bank holidays, and it largely depends on the state or region. Therefore, national holidays are applicable to all the states in India but regional holidays are applicable only to specific states. It is recommended that bank account holders schedule their transactions accordingly.

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