Passport offices in Bangalore (Bengaluru)


The passport office in Bangalore was set up in year 1978. Its office is located at Koramangala in Bangalore. The Passport Office is open from Monday through Friday (Except on public holidays). The timings for the regional passport office Bangalore is 9:30 AM to 10:30 PM during weekdays. The jurisdiction of the passport office in Bangalore is under all the Districts.

Bangalore Passport office address



8th Block, 80 Feet Road,
Koramangala, Bangalore,
Karnataka - 560095
Phone: 080-25706100, 25706101, 25706102
Fax: 080-25706124
E-mail: rpo.bangalore@mea.gov.in

List of holidays for passport office in Bangalore



S.noDateHoliday
114/01/2013 Pongal
225/01/2013 Prophet Mohammed Birthday (ID-E-MILAD
326/01/2013Republic Day
429/03/2013 Good Friday
511/04/13Ugadi
624/04/2013 Mahavir Jayanti
725/05/2013 Buddha Purnima
809/08/13Eid-Ul-Fitr
915/08/2013Independence Day
1009/09/13Ganesh Chaturthi
1102/10/13Gandhi Jayanti
1213/10/2013 Dussehra (Vijaya Dashami)
1316/10/2013 Eid-Ul-Zuha
1402/11/13Naraka Chathurthi
1514/11/2013 Muharram
1617/11/2013 Gurunanak's Birthday
1725/12/2013 Christmas Day


Must Read: How to Apply for Passport Online



Last Updated on : 20 March 2013



     


     

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