Monday, May 25, 2015

Saturday Holiday becoming a reality!!

Following a pact between public sector bank (PSB) employees and officers 
with the management,
all branches in the country will remain closed on all second and fourth 
Saturday from July. 
T M Bhasin, chairman of the Indian Banks' Association, said the Reserve Bank of India 
had approved the proposal and a notification would be issued on the change under the 
Negotiable Instruments Act. 
It will take three or four weeks for the process to get completed. 
PSB branches will work full-time on the first and third Saturday of each month, 
said Bhasin, also chairman and managing director, Indian Bank.


Anonymous said...

Vare va

Anonymous said...

What about the Saturday leave in private sector bank?

Unknown said...

Gud question