June 2024 Bank Holidays: Banks Closed on These 12 Days. Check Details Here

June 2024 features at least 12 planned bank holidays due to religious holidays, regional festivals, and weekend leave.

Depending on regional festivities, all Indian banks be it public or private will take at least 12 days off in June 2024. This covers all Sundays off as well as the second and fourth Saturdays of the month. There are five Sundays in particular this month. 

Consumers should be aware that state-specific non-working days might vary owing to local festivities and holidays, therefore they should verify the stated holidays with the bank branch that is closest to them. You can better plan and prevent confusion and emergencies at the last minute by doing this.

The bank holiday schedule for the year is determined by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the relevant state governments. As a result, timetables may vary depending on regional traditions throughout states.

Complete List of June 2024 Bank Holidays 

  • June 9 is a bank holiday. States of Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, and Rajasthan observe holidays in honour of Maharana Pratap Jayanti.
  • June 10 is a bank holiday observed in Punjab on account of Sri Guru Arjun Dev Ji’s martyrdom day.
  • June 14 is a bank holiday. In honour of Pahili Raja, all banks in Odisha will be closed on this day. 
  • June 15 is a bank holiday. Mizoram, a state in northeastern India, will have closed banks on YMA Day, while Odisha will have closed banks on Raja Sankranti.
  • June 17 is a bank holiday. All Indian banks will be closed on Bakri Eid, except a few states.
  • June 21 is a bank holiday. In observance of Vat Savitri Vrat, banks in many states will be closed.

Weekend Bank Holidays List

  • On June 8, the second Saturday in India, banks will be closed.
  • On June 22, the fourth Saturday in India, banks will be closed.
  • India has bank holidays on Sundays on June 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30.

For the convenience of consumers, online banking will remain open on bank holidays and weekends. For urgent transactions, you may use the ATMs, mobile applications, or websites of the banks. But, it’s crucial to know the bank holiday schedule and make plans by the calendar if you want assistance from bank employees.

The central bank has released the full list of bank holidays for the year, taking into account several variables such as state and national holidays, religious or cultural observances, operational requirements, official statements, and collaboration with other banks. The RBI notifies banks and other financial institutions of this information via formal means, including its website.

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