ICICI bank working hours | Timing of ICICI Bank | ICICI bank lunch time
Last updated on June 21st, 2022 at 06:57 pm
In this post, you will find information about ICICI Bank working hours and customer service hours in India. You can also find a list of ICICI Bank’s lunch hours and bank holidays.
A leading bank in India, ICICI Bank has over 5,275 branches and 15,589 ATMs spread across the country. It is headquartered in Mumbai. It offers a wide range of services to its customers, including You should be aware of the working hours of ICICI Bank (ICICI Bank working hours) as well as lunchtime in order to complete banking and non-banking transactions in any ICICI Bank branch without experiencing any significant delays.
ICICI Bank Office Time
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There are many types of ICICI Bank branches like the wealth branch, retail branch, gold loan branch, and many more. All these branches have different timing.
All ICICI bank branches remain open on Weekdays (Monday to Saturday) except Second Saturday and Fourth Saturday. See below the Normal bank opening time and working hours of ICICI bank in India.
You can also check the details below to see ICICI bank today open.
ICICI bank hours today
|Working Time||Working Day|
|9:30 AM to 4:30 PM||Monday to Friday|
|9:30 AM to 4:30 PM||1st, 3rd and 5th Saturdays|
|Closed||2nd and 4th Saturdays|
ICICI bank Lunch Timings
ICICI Bank lunch timings are different from branch to branch. The Bank employees don’t go to lunch together, to provide convenience to the customers.
If ICICI bank open today, lunch timings are around 1:00 pm to 2:30 PM. Account-holders can still avail banking services during this time as well as the lunch timings fall between the business hours.
ICICI bank NEFT/RTGS Timing
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has allowed National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) facility available for 24 hours a day and 365 days a year with effect from Dec 16, 2019.
ICICI bank customers can use the Net Banking account or iMobile app for the NEFT transactions which are available 24*7.
All working days (ie; except 2nd & 4th Saturday, Sunday & Holidays) you can transfer a maximum 10 lakh or 25 lakh (based on your account type) during 1.00 a.m to 7.00 p.m.
But from 7.00 p.m to 1.00 a.m, you can transfer only a maximum of 2 lakh at a time (Same applicable in 2nd & 4th Saturday, Sunday & Holidays).
ICICI RTGS Services are now available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The RTGS minimum transaction amount is 2 lakh and the maximum transaction amount is 10 lakh.
ICICI bank IMPS limit
ICICI Bank’s IMPS transactions are also available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
You can transfer a maximum of Rs. 2 lakh in a single transaction if you use the Account Number and the IFSC code together (Using both iMobile App and Internet Banking Account).
But if you are using Mobile number + MMID to transfer the money, then you can transfer only a maximum of Rs.10,000/-
ICICI bank Holidays
Find below Public holidays of ICICI bank in India. Note that, ICICI bank may not work in other regional holidays.
|15 January||Makar Sankrati|
|16 January||Kanuma Pandunga|
|21 February||Maha Shivratri|
|2 April||Ram Navami|
|10 April||Good Friday|
|14 April||Ambedkar Jayanti|
|31 July||Bakri-id/Eid al-Adha|
|11 August||Krishna Janmashtami|
|15 August||Independence Day|
|22 August||Ganesh Chathurthi|
|2 October||Gandhi Jayanti|
|24 October||Maha Ashtami|
|26 October||Vijaya Dashami|
|30 October||Eid e-Milad|
Revised Branch Working hours for ICICI bank during COVID-19 Pandemic
In view of the recent outbreak of COVID-19, ICICI bank is providing only essential services through the branches with reduced branch timings and reduced staff.
The ICICI branches would be open for only essential services like withdrawals or cash deposits, transactions, remittances, and cheque clearance. As the Indian Banks Association states, that the Bank will not encourage other services like Passbook updates, new account openings, renewal of FD, selling/buying of forex, new card/cheque applicants would be not available temporarily.
The bank encourages its customers to access their account with the help of mobile banking. You can use iMobile, InstaBIZ, Pockets and Internet Banking etc Mobile apps available i both Google Play Store and Apple Store, are equipped with 300+ services.
The main objective of this shift is for online banking to encourage the usage of digital solutions so that people are safe and secure at home. It is even believed that with such a pattern of digital services at the customer’s hand, would make their work easy without visiting the ICICI bank branch.
ICICI banking Service Recommendations during COVID-19
ICICI Bank encourages its customers to take advantage of the convenient digital options available and avoid visiting the bank’s branches during the COVID-19 holiday period (until the situation returns to normalcy).
Find below the Digital Solutions available:
|Banking Services||Digital Options available and Recommendations|
|Cash Withdrawal||Use Any ATMS|
|Cash Deposit||Deposit through Cash Acceptor Machines at select branches. Try to avoid going to the branches as much as possible. Additionally, mobile applications allow you to transfer money from one account to another.|
|Cheque Clearing||Try to avoid Cheque and use ICICI Bank Internet Banking or UPI Apps like Google Pay, PayTM, PhonePay etc or ICICI Mobile Apps to transfer money to another accounts. Otherwise use Cheque Drop box available in the branch|
|Remittances: Funds Transfer, RTGS & NEFT||You can use ICICI Mobile Apps (iMobile/InstaBIZ) & Internet Banking (www.icicibank.com) for these services.|
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