TRADING HOLIDAYS 2015 – NSE, BSE, & MCX

December 13, 2014
Holidays

Traders,

Find following the official trading holiday calendar for 2015 on NSE & BSE for Equity and F&O segments.

1st Jan 2015, is not a holiday on any of the exchanges.

Trading holidays, 2015 – NSE & BSE  – “Equity and F&O”

s# Holidays Date Day
1 Republic Day January 26 Monday
2 Mahashivratri February 17 Tuesday
3 Holi March 06 Friday
4 Mahavir Jayanti April 02 Thursday
5 Good Friday April 03 Friday
6 Dr.Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti April 14 Tuesday
7 Maharashtra Day May 01 Friday
8 Ganesh Chaturthi September 17 Thursday
9 Bakri Id September 25 Friday
10 Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti October 02 Friday
11 Dussehra October 22 Thursday
12 Diwali Laxmi Pujan * November 11 Wednesday
13 Diwali Balipratipada November 12 Thursday
14 Gurunanak Jayanti November 25 Wednesday
15 Christmas December 25 Friday

Following holidays are falling on Saturday / Sunday:

s# Holidays Date Day
1 Ram Navami March 28 Saturday
2 Id-Ul-Fitr (Ramzan Id) July 18 Saturday
3 Independence Day August 15 Saturday
4 Muharram October 24 Saturday

* Muhurat Trading shall be held on Wednesday, November 11, 2015 (Diwali – Laxmi Pujan).

Timings of Muhurat Trading are:

For Equities:

Diwali Muhurat Trading Session on
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Start Time End Time
Pre Open* 17:30 hrs 17:38 hrs
Normal Market/LPM 17:45 hrs 18:45 hrs
Block Deal Session 17:45 hrs 18:20 hrs
Call Auction Illiquid session* 17:50 hrs 18:35 hrs
Closing Session 18:55 hrs 19:05 hrs

* Random closure in last one minute. All trades executed in this Diwali Muhurat trading session shall result in settlement obligations.

For Futures & Options:

Diwali Muhurat Trading Session on
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Time
Normal Open 17:45 hrs
Normal Market close 18:45 hrs
Set up cut off time for Position Limit / Collateral value 19:00 hrs
Trade modification end time 19:00 hrs

Official Link on NSE – Official Link on BSE

Apart from the List of NSE & BSE  holidays, there are a few additional holidays announced for Currency Trading and for Clearing & Settlement – NSCCL .

Additional List of Holidays for Currency Trading:

s# Holidays Date Day
1 Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti February 19 Thursday
2 Annual Closing of Banks April 1 Wednesday
3 Buddha Pournima May 4 Monday
4 Parsi New Year August 18 Tuesday
5 Id-e-Milad December 24 Thursday

Additional List of holidays for Clearing & Settlement – NSCCL:

s# Holidays Date Day
1 Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Jayanti February 19 Thursday
2 Annual Closing of Banks April 1 Wednesday
3 Buddha Pournima May 4 Monday
4 Annual Closing of RBI July 1 Wednesday
5 Parsi New Year August 18 Tuesday
6 Id-e-Milad December 24 Thursday

Official Link for Currency on NSE & Link for Clearing & Settlement on NSE

Trading holidays, 2015 – MCX & NCDEX – “Commodity”

s# Holidays Date Day Normal Session Evening Session
1 New Year’s Day January 1 Thursday Open Closed
2 Republic Day January 26 Monday Closed Closed
3 Mahashivatri February 17 Tuesday Closed Open
4 Holi March 6 Friday Closed Open
5 Mahavir Jayanthi April 2 Thursday Closed Open
6 Good Friday April 3 Friday Closed Closed
7 Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti April 14 Tuesday Closed Open
8 Maharashtra Day May 1 Friday Closed Open
9 Buddha Purnima May 4 Monday Closed Open
10 Independence Day August 15 Saturday Closed Closed
11 Ganesh Chaturthi September 17 Thursday Closed Open
12 Idul Zuha (Bakri Id) September 25 Friday Closed Open
13 Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti October 2 Friday Closed Closed
14 Dushera October 22 Thursday Closed Open
15 Diwali Laxmi Puja November 11 Wednesday Closed “Muhurat Trading”
16 Diwali (Bali Pratipada) November 12 Thursday Closed Open
17 Gurunanak Birthday November 25 Wednesday Closed Open
18 Prophet Mohammad’s Birthday December 24 Thursday Closed Open
19 Christmas December 25 Friday Closed Closed

(Normal Session – 10 am to 5 pm ) (Evening Session – 5 pm to 11.30/11.55 pm)

Muhurat Trading – 6 pm to 8.30 pm

Official Link on FMC

Happy Holidays,

Zerodha

Your friendly neighborhood discount brokerage

20 comments

  1. Vikas says:

    We at Zerodha always love trading and holidays.
    Thanks for informing us in advance as always,

    Keep up good work..

  2. Ram Shanker says:

    Thanks a lot for holidays information in advance.

  3. iyengarnsv says:

    Thanks a lot

  4. P Bhale says:

    Thanks a lot for holidays information in advance.
    Keep up :ZERODHA-Great Going

  5. abhisheksaddi says:

    This was just the information i was looking for and before checking the websites of all exchanges i thought of coming to Zerodha Q&A to check any updates…and there i got it..it also cleared the myth i had this time for 1st January being a trading holiday….whereas on the contrary both segments are open Equity F&O and Commodity….

    Cheers to Team Zerodha

  6. saravanan says:

    thanks for you information
    super
    keep it up

  7. amit chintu says:

    thanks for this lovely information of holidays

  8. srikanth says:

    thank u for this valuable information, from Hyderabad.

  9. karthik says:

    always stand front before we ask..:) thanks zerodha

  10. mady says:

    19-2-2015 there is holiday for NSE ????

  11. usha says:

    Thanks a lot for holidays information in advance.

  12. pradeep sharma says:

    Thanks zerodha……we will work together someday.

  13. angapillai says:

    sir,
    actualy Idul Zuha (Bakri Id) is 24/09/2015 but nse holiday is on 25/09/2015 why sir…..?

  14. Akanksha says:

    Hi!
    I wanted to know the holiday list for Zerodha offices!

  15. Amit says:

    Hi Nitin…

    Is there a way in Zerodha I can have the Heikin Ashi Charts with Live line charts together ???

  16. Rijas says:

    HI.

    JUST RECENTLY IVE JOINED ZERODHA . I WAS THINKING WHY I DIDNT JOINED ZERODHA BEFORE . I LOVE THE SERVICE . I HAVE SMALL SUGGESTION WHICH I WOULD LIKE TO BRING YOUR KIND ATTENTION
    PI SOFTWARE IS TERRIFIC . ITS INTERNATIONAL STANDARD .

    1. WHEN THE RATE REACHES TOP OR BOTTOM OF THE CHART , ITS BEEN TO DIFFICULT TO PUT A STOPLOSS ORDER OR VIEW THE RATES ABOVE/OR BELOW THE CHARTS. IF ITS POSSIBLE TO SHRINK OR EXPAND THE CHART WITH THE MOUSE IT WOULD BE VERY USEFUL

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