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Showing posts with label Holidays. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Holidays. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Ambedkar Birthday (14th April) declared as Central Holiday throughout the country

"It has been decided to declare Thursday, the 14th April 2016, as a Closed Holiday on account of the birthday of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, for all Central Government Offices including Industrial Establishments throughout India."

Source : http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/12_6_2016-JCA-2-21032016.pdf

Friday, June 12, 2015

List of Holidays 2016 for Central Government Offices




Holidays to be observed in Central Government Offices during the year 2016 – Dopt Orders on 11.6.2015
G.I., Dept. of Per. & Trg., O.M.F.No.12/7/2015-JCA-2, dated 11.6.2015
Subject: Holidays to be observed in Central Government Offices during the year 2016 – reg.
It has been decided that the holidays as specified in the Annexure -I to this O.M. will be observed in all the Administrative Offices of the Central Government located at Delhi/New Delhi during the year 2016. In addition, each employee will also be allowed to avail himself/herself of any two holidays to be chosen by him/her out of the list of Restricted Holidays in Annexure – II.
2. Central Government Administrative Offices located outside Delhi /New Delhi shall observe the following holidays compulsorily in addition to three holidays as per para 3.1 below:
1. REPUBLIC DAY
2. INDEPENDENCE DAY
3. MAHATMA GANDHI’S BIRTHDAY
4. BUDDHA PURNIMA
5. CHRISTMAS DAY
6. DUSSEHRA (VIJAY DASHMI)
7. DIWALI (DEEPAVALI)
8. GOOD FRIDAY
9. GURU NANAK’S BIRTHDAY
10. IDU’L FITR
11. IDU’L ZUHA
12. MAHAVIR JAYANTI
13. MUHARRAM
14. PROPHET MOHAMMAD’S BIRTHDAY (ID-E-MILAD)
3.1. In addition to the above 14 Compulsory holidays mentioned in para 2, three holidays shall be decided from the list indicated below by the Central Government Employees Welfare Coordination Committee in the State Capitals, if necessary, in consultation with Coordination Committees at other places in the State. The final list applicable uniformly to all Central Government offices within the concerned State shall be notified accordingly and no change can be carried out thereafter. It is also clarified that no change is permissible in regard to festivals and dates as indicated.
1. AN ADDITIONAL DAY FOR DUSSEHRA
2. HOLI
3. JANAMASHTAMI (VAISHNAVI)
4. RAM NAVAMI
5. MAMA SHIVRATRI
6. GANESH CHATURTHI / VINAYAK CHATURTHI
7. MAKAR SANKARANTI
8. RATH YATRA
9. ONAM
10. PONGAL
11. SRI PANCHAMI / BASANT PANCHAMI
12. VISHU/ VAISAKHI / VAISAKHADI / BHAG BIHU / MASHAD
UGADI / CHAITRA SUKLADI / CHETI CHAND / GUDI PADAVA 1
NAVRATRA / NAURAJ/CHHATH POOJA/KARVA CHAUTH.
3.2 No substitute holiday should be allowed if any of the festival holidays initially declared subsequently happens to fall on a weekly off or any other non-working day or in the event of more than one festivals falling on the same day.
4. The list of Restricted Holidays appended to this O.M. is meant for Central Government Offices located in Delhi / New Delhi. The Coordination Committees at the State Capitals may draw up separate list of Restricted Holidays keeping in view the occasions of local importance but the 9 occasions left over, after choosing the 3 variable holidays in para 3.1 above, are to be included in the list of restricted holidays.
5.1 For offices in Delhi / New Delhi, any change in the date of holidays in respect of Idul Fitr, Idu’l Zuha, Muharram and Id-e-Milad, if necessary, depending upon sighting of the Moon, would be declared by the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions after ascertaining the position from the Govt. of NCT of Delhi (DCP, Special Branch, Delhi Police).
5.2 For offices outside Delhi / New Delhi, the Central Government Employees Welfare Coordination Committees at the State Capitals are authorised to change the date of holiday, if necessary, based on the decision of the concerned State Governments / Union Territories, in respect of Idu’l Fitr, Zuha, Muharram and Id-e-Milad.
5.3 It may happen that the change of date of the above occasions has to be declared at a very short notice. In such a situation, announcement could be made through P.I.B/T.V./A.I.R./ Newspapers and the Heads of Department / Offices of the Central Government may take action according to such an announcement without waiting for a formal order, about the change of date.
6. During 2016, Diwali (Deepavali) falls on Sunday , October 30, 2016 (Kartika 08). In certain States, the practice is to celebrate the occasion a day in advance, i.e., on “Narakachaturdasi Day”. In view of this, there is no objection if holiday on account of Deepavali is observed on “Naraka Chaturdasi Day (in place of Deepavali Day) for the Central Government Offices in a State if in that State that day alone is declared as a compulsory holiday for Diwali for the offices of the State Government.
7. Central Government Organisations which include industrial, commercial and trading establishments would observe upto 16 holidays in a, year including three national holidays viz. Republic Day, Independence Day and Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday, as compulsory holidays. The remainin holidays / occasions may be determined by such establishments / organisations themselves for the year 2016, subject to para 3.2 above.
8. Union Territory Administrations shall decide the list of holidays i terms of Instructions issued in this regard by the Ministry of Home Affairs.
9. In respect of Indian Missions abroad, the number of holidays may be notified in accordance with the instructions contained in this Department’s O.M. No.12/5/ 2002-JCA dated 17th December, 2002. In other words, they will have the option to select 10(Ten)) holidays of their own only after including in the list, three National Holidays and Budh Purnima, Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday, Diwali and Christmas included in the list of compulsory holidays and falling on day of weekly off.
10. In respect of Banks, the holidays shall be regulated in terms of the extant instructions issued by the Department of Financial Services, Ministry of Finance.
11. Hindi version will follow.
Encl.: Lists of holidays
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(A.Asholi Chalai)
Director (JCA)
Authority : www.persmin.gov.in

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

HOLIDAYS LIST– 2015

HOLIDAYS LIST– 2015

Sl.No.
Occasion
Date Christian Era
Date Saka Era
Day of the Week
1
Republic Day
January 26
Magha 06
Monday
2
Maha Shivaratri
February 17
Magha 28
Tuesday
3
Mahavir Jayanti
April 02
Chaitra 12
Thursday
4
Good Friday
April 03
Chaitra 13
Friday
5
Vishu/ Vaisakhadi/Bahag Bihu
April 15
Chaitra 25
Wednesday
6
Buddha Purnima
May 04
Vaisakha 14
Monday
7
*Idu’l Fitr (Ramzan)
July 18
Ashadha 27
Saturday
8
Independence Day
August 15
Sravana 24
Saturday
9
Onam
August 28
Bhadra 06
Friday
10
*Idu’l Zuha (Bakrid)
September 25
Asvina  o3
Friday
11
Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday
October 02
Asvina 10
Friday
12
Dussehra  (Vijaya Dashmi)
October 23
Karthika 01
Friday
13
* Muharram
October 24
Karthika 02
Saturday
14
Diwali (Deepavali)
November 10
Karthika 19
Tuesday
15
Guru Nanak’s Birthday
November 25
Agrahayana 04
Wednesday
16
*Milad-Un-Nabi or Id-E-Milad (Birthday of Prophet Mohammed)
December 24
Pausha 03
Thursday
17
Christmas Day
December 25
Pausha 04
Friday
    
* Subject to change depending on the sighting of the moon.

                The dates for the four holidays of Idu’l Fitr (Ramzan) (July 18), Idu’l Zuha(Bakrid) (Sept. 25),  Muharram (Oct. 24)  and Birthday of Prophet Mohammed (Dec. 24) have been adopted from the Central List.  If the State Government changes any of these holidays, the changed date only will be observed as a Closed Holiday for Central Government Offices also.  But if the State Government sanctions any additional holiday(s) in connection with the above occasions, the date(s) of such additional holiday(s) will be observed as Restricted Holiday(s) only for Central Government Offices. If the change of date of any of the above occasions is notified at very short notice, announcement through TV/AIR/Newspaper can be taken as authority for such change.


RESTRICTED HOLIDAYS 2015
Sl. No.
Occasion
Date Christian Era
Date
Day of the Week
SAKA ERA 1936
1
New Year’s Day
January 01
Pausha 11
Thursday
2
Makara Sankranti
January 14
Pausha 24
Wednesday
3
Pongal
January 15
Pausha 25
Thursday
4
Basanta Panchami / Sri Panchami
January 24
Magha 04
Saturday
5
Guru Ravidas’ Birth Day
February 03
Magha 14
Tuesday
6
Swami Dayanand Saraswati Jayanti
February 14
Magha 25
Saturday
7
Shivaji Jayanti
February 19
Magha 30
Thursday
8
Attukal Pongala  / Holika Dahan
March 05
Phalguna 14
Thursday
9
Holi
March 06
Phalguna 15
Friday
10
Chaitra Sukhladi/Gudi Padava/Ugadi/Cheti Chand
March 21
Phalguna 30
Saturday
                    SAKA ERA 1937
11
Ram Navami
March 28
Chaitra 07
Saturday
12
Maundy Thursday
April 02
Chaitra 12
Thursday
13
Easter Sunday
April 05
Chaitra 15
Sunday
14
Vaisakhi/Masadi
April 14
Chaitra 24
Tuesday
15
Thrissur Pooram
April 29
Vaisakha 09
Wednesday
16
May Day
May 01
Vaisakha 11
Friday
17
Hazarat Ali’s Birth Day
May 03
Vaisakha 13
Sunday
18
Guru Rabindranath’s Birth day
May 09
Vaisakha 19
Saturday
19
St: Thomas Day
July 03
Ashada 12
Thursday
20
Jamat-ul-Vida
July 17
Ashadha 26
Friday
21
Rath Yatra
July 18
Ashadha 27
Saturday
22
Karkadaka Vavu
August 14
Sravana 23
Friday
23
Parsi New Year’s Day/Nauroz
August 18
Sravana 27
Tuesday
24
First Onam
August 27
Bhadra 05
Thursday
25
Third Onam / Avani Avittam
August 29
Bhadra 07
Saturday
26
Fourth Onam/ Sreenarayana Guru Jayanti
August 30
Bhadra 08
Sunday
27
Janmashtami
September 05
Bhadra 14
Saturday
28
Ganesh Chaturthi/Vinayak Chaturthi
September 17
Bhadra 26
Thursday
29
Sree Narayana Guru Samadhi
September 21
Bhadra 30
Monday
30
Dussehra (Maha Saptami) Additional
October 20
Asvina 28
Tuesday
31
Dussehra (Maha Ashtami) Additional
October 21
Asvina 29
Wednesday
32
Dussehra (Maha Navami)
October 22
Asvina 30
Thursday
33
Maharishi Valmiki’s Birth Day
October 27
Karthika 05
Tuesday
34
Karaka Chaturthi (Karva Chouth)
October 30
Karthika 08
Friday
35
Deepavali (North India)
November 11
Karthika 20
Wednesday
36
Govardhan Puja
November 12