Bank Holidays April 2021: Govt, Private banks to stay close for up to 15 days; check state-wise list
New Delhi | Jagran Business Desk: Welcome to April 2021! All Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs)- private banks and government-owned corporations will observe 15 days holiday in addition to Saturdays and Sundays this month. In April we have 10 gazetted holidays (national holidays) and the remaining 5 are state and region-specific holidays. As we have entered the fresh new month we have brought you the complete list of bank holidays for April 2021 to ease down your task.
The first four days of the bank will remain close due to the series of holidays, that is, April 1 is the closing of accounts day, followed by Good Friday and weekends (Saturday & Sunday).
April 1: Closing of accounts (National Holiday) & Odisha Day (Odisha)
April 2: Good Friday (National Holiday except for Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir)
April 4: Sunday (Weekly Off)
April 5: Babu Jagjivan Ram Jayanti (Telangana & Andhra Pradesh)
April 6: Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly election (Tamil Nadu)
April 10: Second Saturday
April 11: Sunday (Weekly Off)
April 13: Ugadi/ Gudi Padwa/ Bohag Bihu/ Telugu New Year/ Vaisakh/Sajibu Nongma Panba/ Biju Festival
April 14: Bohag Bihu/ Dr Ambedkar Jayanti/ Maha Vishuba Sankranti/ Tamil New Year/ Emperor Ashoka’s birth anniversary/Cheiraoba (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam)
April 15: Himachal Day/ Bengali New Year/ Vishu/Sarhul -- (West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand and Kerala)
April 18: Sunday (Weekly off)
April 21: Ram Navami/ Garia Puja (National Holiday except for several states such as Jammu-Kashmir, Meghalaya, Tamil Nadu, etc)
April 24: Second Saturday
April 25: Sunday (Weekly off)
Even though branches of these banks will remain shut on the above days, customers can avail the internet and mobile banking services easily. So, if you all are planning to complete some pending work, then do have a look at the list and plan your visit accordingly. Also, for further information, customers can visit their respective bank website.
Posted By: Niharika Sanjeeiv