BSE Holidays 2022: List of Trading Holidays, Stock Market Holidays 2022, Share Market Holidays List 2022

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Check below the full list of BSE holidays 2022. These holidays are otherwise known as trading holidays, stock market holidays, and share market holidays.

Bombay Stock Exchange has its recognition as Asia’s first and the fastest Stock Exchange in the world. Shared below are holiday list for one of India’s leading exchange groups- BSE. BSE holidays 2022 includes trading holidays for Equity Segment, Equity Derivative Segment, SLB Segment, Currency Derivatives segment, Interest Rate Derivatives segment, New Debt Segment, and Commodity Derivatives Segment.

Bombay Stock Exchange or BSE is operational from Monday to Friday; however during Muhurat trading you can find certain platforms open. Check out the BSE holidays 2022.

BSE Holidays 2022

Find below the complete holiday list for Bombay Stock Exchange or BSE in 2022 which also includes trading holidays & Indian stock market holidays in 2022:

Trading Holidays 2022 for Equity Segment, Equity Derivative Segment and SLB Segment

Indian Stock Market Holidays 2022 Date 
Republic Day 26th January 2022
Mahashivratri 1st March 2022
Holi 18th March 2022
Mahavir Jayanti 14th April 2022
Good Friday 15th April 2022
Dr.Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti 14th April 2022
Eid-al-Fitr (Ramzan Id) 3rd May 2022
Muharram 9th August 2022
Ganesh Chaturthi 31st August 2022
Dussehra 5th October 2022
Diwali (Laxmi Pujan) 24th October 2022
Diwali Balipratipada 26th October 2022
Guru Nanak Jayanti 8th November 2022

Note- Muhurat trading shall be held on 24th October 2022. The exact timing would be notified at BSE official website.

Trading Holidays 2022 for Currency Derivatives Segment and Interest Rate Derivatives segment

Trading Holidays 2022 Date
Republic Day 26th January 2022
Mahashivratri 1st March 2022
Holi 18th March 2022
Annual Bank Closing 1st April 2022
Good Friday 15th April 2022
Dr.Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti/Mahavir Jayanti 14th April 2022
Eid-al-Fitr (Ramzan Id) 3rd May 2022
Buddha Pournima 16th May 2022
Parsi New Year 16th August 2022
Muharram 9th August 2022
Ganesh Chaturthi 31st August 2022
Dussehra 5th October 2022
EId-E-Milad 8th October 2022
Diwali (Laxmi Pujan) 24th October 2022
Diwali Balipratipada 26th October 2022
Gurunanak Jayanti 8th November 2022

Note- Muhurat trading shall be held on 24th October 2022. The exact timing would be notified at BSE official website.

Trading Holidays 2022 for Reporting, Settlement and Trading (NDS-RST) and Tri Party Repo

BSE Holidays 2022 List Dates
Republic Day 26th January 2022
Mahashivratri 1st March 2022
Holi 18th March 2022
Annual Bank Closing 1st April 2022
Good Friday 15th April 2022
Dr.Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti/Mahavir Jayanti 14th April 2022
Ram Navami 10th April 2022
Id-Ul-Fitr (Ramzan Id) 3rd May 2022
Buddha Pournima 16th May 2022
Parsi New Year 16th August 2022
Muharram 9th August 2022
Ganesh Chaturthi 31st August 2022
Dussehra 5th October 2022
Id-E-Milad 8th October 2022
Diwali (Laxmi Pujan) 24th October 2022
Diwali Balipratipada 26th October 2022
Gurunanak Jayanti 8th November 2022

Also check- NSE holidays

Trading Holidays 2022 for the Commodity Derivatives Segment

Here is the list of BSE holidays 2022 for the Commodity derivatives segment.

BSE Holidays 2022 List Date Morning session (9:00 am to 5:00 pm) Evening session (5:00 pm to 11:30/11:55 pm)
Republic Day 26th January 2022 Will be closed Will be closed
Mahashivratri 1st March 2022 Will be closed Open
Holi 18th March 2022 Will be closed Open
Good Friday 15th April 2022 Will be closed Will be closed
Dr.Baba Saheb Ambedkar Jayanti/Mahavir Jayanti 14th April 2022 Will be closed Open
Id-Ul-Fitr (Ramzan Id) 3rd May 2022 Will be closed Open
Muharram 9th August 2022 Will be closed Open
Independence Day 15th August 2022 Will be closed Will be closed
Ganesh Chaturthi 31st August 2022 Will be closed Open
Dussehra 5th October 2022 Will be closed Open
Diwali (Laxmi Pujan) 24th October 2022
Diwali Balipratipada 26th October 2022 Will be closed Open
Gurunanak Jayanti 8th November 2022 Will be closed Open

 

Note- Muhurat trading shall be held on 24th October 2022. The exact timing would be notified at BSE official website.

Share Market Holidays 2022

All share market holidays 2022 in India have been provided above. If you find some sort of errors in BSE holidays 2022 shared above then feel free to share the modification required through the comment box below. Your feedback is really essential in order to make this post accurate and helpful for users.

Products Offered by BSE

All products offered by BSE are categorized into EOD products, corporate data products, market data products, and other data products. Bombay Stock Exchange offers a widespread range of Reference Data and Market Data Products to the largest number of customers including Data Vendors, Algo Traders, Charting Software Vendors, Websites, Mobile app developers, Television Channels, Custodians etc.

You can find below the contact details of domestic data services and international data services:

Domestic data services :
+91 22 2272 8159 /8145/8078
datafeed@bseindia.com

International data services :
London : +44 20 7862 7223

Frankfurt : +49-69-2 11-1 34 40

Singapore : +65 6597 3018

Chicago : +1 312 544 1095
data.services@deutsche-boerse.com

BSE Session Timings

For trading in the financial markets in India, you should have an online trading account and an online demat account. You can hold your own shares in the demat account which works as a virtual space. On the other hand, the trading account helps you to trade in the market. Additionally, you must be aware of share market timings before you invest or trade in the market. Let’s have a look at BSE session timings:

BSE Trading session

The pre-open session is activated for 15 minutes i.e. from 9:00 am to 9:15 am which comprises of Order Entry Period and Order Matching Period. After the Order Matching Period there will be a buffer period in order to facilitate transition between pre-open and continuous session.

Order Entry Period

  • The order entry will be held for a period of 8 minutes during which only order entry, modification and cancellation are allowed.
  • Both market and limit order are permitted.
  • Dissemination of indicative equilibrium price, indicative index values & indicative match-able quantity

Order Matching Period

  • Order matching period commences soon after the completion of order entry period. Please note that no order modification, addition and cancellation are allowed during this period.
  • Trade confirmation and Opening price determination

Continuous Trading Session: 9:15am – 3:30pm

The trading day is described through the following flow chart, have a look:

BSE Trading Flow Chart

Image Disclaimer: The image is taken from the official website of BSE.

The block deal trading session of 35 minutes would commence with the starting of the continuous session.

Frequently Asked Questions

Question: Please confirm is there any BSE holiday 2022 fall on weekands in 2022?

Answer: Yes, there are few BSE holidays which fall on weekands as well in 2022.

Question: Please confirm the morning and evening session timings for BSE trading?

Answer: BSE trading morning session- 9:00 am to 5:00 pm and BSE trading evening session- 5:00 pm to 11:30/11:55 pm.

Question: Is BSE operational on Saturdays and Sundays?

Answer: No, it’s not operational on Saturdays and Sundays.

Question: Please confirm the timing for BSE trading?

Answer: The continuous trading session is 9:15am – 3:30pm.

Question: What is the timing for pre-open session?

Answer: The pre-open session will be activated for 15 minutes i.e. from 9:00 am to 9:15 am.

BSE Helpline Number

Check out the helpline details for Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE):

Corporate Office Address

Address: BSE Limited, Phiroze Jeejeebhoy Towers, Dalal Street, Mumbai- 400001

Phone Number : 91-22-22721233/4, 91-22-66545695 (Hunting)

Fax : 91-22-22721919

Email: corp.comm@bseindia.com

BSE Helpdesk

Operating Hours (Trading Days) – 08:00 hrs19:30 hrs
Phone Number – 022 30594000
Contact Email – bsehelp@bseindia.com
Official website – www.bseindia.com/help

Investors Helpline Number

Complaints Type Contact Email Helpline Number
Complaints against companies is@bseindia.com 022 4355 0218 / 8356834344

022 2272 8016 / 9769979066

Complaints Against Member Brokers is@bseindia.com 022 2272 8517 / 9920260239
Arbitration Sneha.Mandhare@bseindia.com 022 2272 8513 / 7506056379

 

Trading Related Queries

Queries Relating to Contact Email Phone Number
Password reset of Member Portals

IML approval

Trader Id Activation/De- Activation/Re- Activation Request

Test Market Access

is@bseindia.com 022 2272 8005
022 2272 8215
ALGO/ ITORS/STWT/SOR
Direct Market Access
jalpesh.jansari@bseindia.com
trading.ops@bseindia.com
022 2272 5012
022 2272 8252
PRO(OWN) Trading Request trading.ops@bseindia.com 022 2272 8226/8436

 

Helpline for BSE Training

Phone Number: 022 2272 8062 /9819025491

Contact Email: govindSing.sailoni@bseindia.com

Membership Helpline Numbers

Queries Relating to Contact Email Helpline Number
Remisers
Authorised Persons – Registrations & Cancellations
jitendra.doshi@bseindia.com 022 2272 8275/ 9819377871
Margin Trading Facility
Submission of Networth Certificate
nagrajan.mudaliar@bseindia.com 022 22728287/ 9930034188
Deposit Based Membership
Derivatives Membership (Equity & Currency)
Availing facility in Debt Segment Trading
amit.kadam@bseindia.com 022 2272 8010 / 9819555355
SEBI Related Concerns hemant.dharap@bseindia.com 022 22728204 / 9819555365
SEBI Fees, Turnover Issues jitendra.doshi@bseindia.com
savita.deshmukh@bseindia.com
9819377871
9769009529

 

BSE Clearing and Settlement Helpline

Contact Email- manish.mehta@bseindia.com

Phone number-022 2272 8223 / 9833380027

About Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)

Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) was established in the year 1875 and is Asia’s first and the fastest stock exchange in world. Since the last 143 years, BSE has been considering the most efficient capital-raising platform. Today BSE is capable to offer an effective and transparent platform for trading in currencies, equity, debt, derivatives, instruments, and mutual funds.

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