List of bank holidays 2016 India RBI, SBI, IOB, CANARA, ICICI, HDFC, AXIS
Bank holidays 2016 in India is given below for your reference. As we all know when banks are officially closed, it is considered to be a public holiday. National holidays are common to all the states in India. This Bank holidays 2016 is not applied in all the states of India. There are several banks like public sector bank, private sector banks, foreign banks and other banks are located in India. In this post we are going to see about list of bank holidays, gazetted, national, restricted and other holidays in detail.
List of all bank holidays 2016
As we said above, we have several banks in India. Public sector banks such as State bank of India (SBI), Central bank of India (CBI), Indian overseas bank (IOB), Canara bank, Bank of Baroda, Union Bank of India, United Bank of India etc. In case of private sector, we have Axis bank, HDFC bank, ICICI bank, IDBI bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, etc. Other banks like foreign banks like Australian banks, Canadian banks, Bangladeshi banks, Russian banks, Swiz banks etc. A list of these all given bank holidays is also given in this List of Bank holidays 2016.
Gazetted Holidays 2016
We have many festivals, but we have only three public holidays which are celebrated all over India. They are Independence day, Republic day, Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday. These holidays are also said to be compulsory holidays or gazetted holidays. These holidays are the only holidays followed by schools, banks, governments etc. These holidays also mentioned in the given List of Bank holidays 2016.
Restricted Holidays 2016
Beyond these three gazetted holidays or national public holidays, in some industries, workers are allowed take leave on the list of public holidays. These are said to be restricted holidays. These holidays are also mentioned in the List of Bank holidays 2016.
List of government holidays 2016
India consists of 29 states and twelve union territories. The states are Andra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Kerala, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharastra, Tamilnadu, Punjab etc.. These state wise list of bank holidays also given in this post. For example, national and regional public holidays of Tamilnadu are Pongal, Uzhavar thirunal etc.