बैंक ग्राहकों के लिए जरूरी खबर, अब 10 नहीं इतने बजे से खुलेंगे सरकारी बैंक Important news for bank customers, now government banks will open at 10 am

बैंक ग्राहकों के लिए जरूरी खबर, अब 10 नहीं इतने बजे से खुलेंगे सरकारी बैंक




New Delhi: Even in the fast growing era of digital transactions, dependence on bank branches has reduced.  But there are still many things due to which you have to go to the branch.  If you too usually go to your bank branch, then this news is of your use, because the banking division of the finance ministry has decided to change the time of state-run banks.  Normally, the functioning of public sector banks starts at 10 am.  In such a situation, the banking division of the Finance Ministry has decided to open (RRB) of all government and regional rural banks from 9 am.

Gave three options for opening a bank branch.

 In order to unify the opening time of the banks in the past days, the banking division of the Finance Ministry had a meeting in June through video conferencing.  It was decided in this meeting that the functioning of banks should be done according to the convenience of the customers.  For this, approval was given to change the opening time of banks.  The Indian Bank Association (IBA),

in a meeting of the Subcommittee constituted on customer convenience on June 24, gave three options for opening a bank branch.


Information will be given in local newspaper

 The first option was given from 9 am to 3 pm, second option was 10 am to 4 pm and the third option was given from 11 am to 5 pm.  The IBA asked the banks to make a decision about banking time by meeting the district level customer coordination committee by 31 August and also inform about it in the local newspaper.  It was also said that if customers want a banking service at any time, then there will be an option to open a bank from 10 or 11 am as before.


This decision made by the banking division will apply to all government and regional rural banks (RRBs).  Officials say that the new time of opening of the bank is expected to be implemented from September.

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