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    The complete list of Bank Holidays in October 2020


    Besides the second and fourth Saturday, bank holidays will also be seen on the multiple national and regional holidays in October, depending on which state one is in.
    Private and public banks will remain closed for a total of 14 days in October 2020. Besides the second and fourth Saturday and Sundays, banks will also be shut on multiple national and regional holidays in October, depending on which state one is in.

    These include Gandhi Jayanti, Eid-e-Milad, Mahashaptami and others. The holidays mentioned will be observed in various regions as per state declarations, however, banks will remain closed all over the country during gazetted holidays. Here is the entire list of bank holidays in October 2020:

    OCTOBER 2 Friday Gandhi Jayanti
    OCTOBER 4 Sunday Public Holiday
    OCTOBER 8 Thursday Chellum (regional holiday)
    OCTOBER 10 Saturday Second Saturday
    OCTOBER 11 Sunday Public Holiday
    OCTOBER 17 Saturday Kati Bihu in Assam
    OCTOBER 18 Sunday Public Holiday
    OCTOBER 23 Friday Mahashaptami (regional holiday)
    OCTOBER 24 Saturday Mahashtami (regional holiday)
    OCTOBER 25 Sunday Public Holiday
    OCTOBER 26 Monday Vijaya Dashami
    OCTOBER 29 Thursday Milad-e-sharif (regional holiday)
    OCTOBER 30 Friday Eid-e-Milad
    OCTOBER 31 Saturday Maharshi Valmiki, Sardar Patel Jayanti (regional holiday)
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    6 Comments on this Story

    AN Dilip Kumar45 days ago
    Closed for 14 days in October 20 !
    Might as well give a list of WORKING DAYS!!
    Mukul Goyal64 days ago
    n all other sectors will work on these days?
    Mukul Goyal64 days ago
    Level of this article is so low....Vijay dhasmi is on 25th... Every month Saturday and Sunday banks remain closed.... and rest are state wise off.....grow up idiot....
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