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ICICI cuts Saturday working hours

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ICICI Bank that pioneered 12-hour banking (8 am to 8 pm) in the country, is gradually cutting down its business hours in branches.

After cutting down business hours at many of its branches by 3 hours from December, the bank has now decided to cut down business hours at all its branches on Saturdays. The second largest bank has decided to cut business hours at its branches on Saturdays to 5 hours, from 9 am to 2 pm.

Decision to cut business hours on Saturdays will be effective from February 7, the bank said on its website.

Currently, banking hours on Saturday is the same as on other weekdays.

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ICICI cuts Saturday working hours

ICICI Bank that pioneered 12-hour banking (8 am to 8 pm) in the country, is gradually cutting down its business hours in branches.

ICICI Bank that pioneered 12-hour banking (8 am to 8 pm) in the country, is gradually cutting down its business hours in branches.

After cutting down business hours at many of its branches by 3 hours from December, the bank has now decided to cut down business hours at all its branches on Saturdays. The second largest bank has decided to cut business hours at its branches on Saturdays to 5 hours, from 9 am to 2 pm.

Decision to cut business hours on Saturdays will be effective from February 7, the bank said on its website.

Currently, banking hours on Saturday is the same as on other weekdays.

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