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Bank to remain closed 8 consecutive days in march, view Monthly Schdule - See Latest
Bank to remain closed 8 consecutive days in march, view Monthly Schdule

Holi means before 10 March you have to deal with the work related to the bank or else you may be in trouble. Banks can remain closed for the entire week from 8 to 15 March in March.Banks can be closed for 8 days. Employees of public sector banks can go on a three-day strike from March 11 to 13. If the bank employees go on strike on March 11-13, the banks can remain closed for 5 consecutive days. This is because after the three-day strike, the second Saturday of the month is falling on March 14 and then on Sunday, March 15, that is, if there is a strike, the banks will be affected for 5 days.Banks can be closed for 8 consective days.

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Highlights of March 2020 Bank Holidays can be closed for 8 Days

On the other hand, if we talk about holidays in March, then according to RBI, there are 6 holidays in banks this month. Apart from this, there are a total of 7 weekly holidays on the second and fourth Saturdays. That is, banks will be closed for a total of 13 days in March. If there is a strike, the bank will be closed for a total of 16 days. Explain that the salary of employees of public sector banks is revised every five years. The last time the bank employees' salary was revised was in 2012. It is followed by Revision Pending in 2017. Employees are on strike for this.

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Holidays

Date

Chapchar Kut

6

Holika/Doljatra/Holi/Birthday of Md. Hazarat Ali

9

Holi (Second Day)/Dhuleti/Yaosang 2nd Day

10

Holi

11

Gudhi Padwa/Ugadi Festival/Telugu New Year's Day/Sajibu Nongmapanba (Cheiraoba)/1st Navratra

25

Sarhul

27

Banks can remain closed for a total of 16 days

The bank unions had held talks with the Indian Banks Association regarding revision in salary, but it remained inconclusive. Bank Employees Federation of India (BEFI) and All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) are leading the staff. Bank unions also say that if their demands are not met, they will go on indefinite countrywide bank strike from 1 April. If the bank employees strike in March, this will be the third bank strike so far this year. Earlier on January 8, during the Bharat Bandh, the bank unions had called for a one-day strike against the policies of the Modi government. This was followed by a strike on 31 January and 1 February.