Employees Holiday 2023: Good news for employees, will get benefit of public-restricted holiday, offices will remain closed, department issued order

There is relief news for the employees. Actually they will be given the benefit of 33 holidays. For this, orders have been issued by the Personnel Department.

Employees Holiday 2023: There is big news for the employees of the state. Actually a holiday has been announced for the employees. Employees will be given the benefit of a total of 33 holidays. The leave orders have been issued by the Department of Personnel after the approval of the cabinet. Which will benefit all the employees.

A total of 21 gazetted holidays will be given to the employees under the NI Act. Apart from this, 12 holidays will be provided to the employees under the executive order. However, due to many holidays in the year 2023 being on Sundays, no additional holiday provision has been made by the government for this. Its orders will also be issued soon by the Personnel Department. Due to the festival being on the weekly holiday, less leave will be provided to the employees.

In the order issued by the Department of Personnel of the government, the leave benefits will be given to the employees under the NI Act. that goes.

  • Republic day 26 january
  • Mahashivratri 18 February
  • Holika Dahan March 7
  • Holi 8 March
  • Ram Navami 29 March
  • Mahavir Jayanti 4th April
  • good friday april 7th
  • Ambedkar Jayanti 14 April
  • Eid ul Fitr 22 April
  • Buddha Purnima 5 May
  • Id-ul-Zuha June 29
  • Muharram 29 July
  • independence day 15 august
  • Janmashtami 7 September
  • Eid e Milad 28 September
  • Gandhi Jayanti 2 October
  • Mahanavami 23 October
  • Vijayadashami 24 October
  • Chhath 20 November
  • Guru Nanak Jayanti 27 November
  • and Christmas Day 25 December

Apart from this, holiday has been announced under the executive order.

  • Sohrai 13 January
  • Makar Sankranti 14 January
  • Netaji Jayanti 23 January
  • labor day may 1st
  • Rath Yatra 20 June
  • Hull Day 30 June
  • tribal day 9 august
  • Raksha Bandhan 30 August
  • Ganesh Chaturthi 19 September
  • Dussehra 21 October
  • Govardhan Puja 13 November
  • And Birsa Jayanti 15 November.

Apart from this, the holidays for the holidays available under the NI Act are being held on Sundays. Due to which holiday has not been announced for these festivals. It has Sarhul on 23 April, which will fall on Sunday. Apart from this, Maha Ashtami will be on Sunday, 22 October. Apart from Diwali falling on Sunday, November 12, no separate holiday has been announced for Surya Shashti Sandhya Arghya on November 19. Also, the annual closure of bank accounts will be on Saturday, April 1.

Holiday Status Under Executive Order

Talking about the status of holiday under the executive order, due to Sunday, no separate holiday has been announced for many festivals. In which, apart from Sant Ravidas Jayanti on February 5, no separate holiday has been announced for Vishwakarma Puja on September 18, Sharadiya Navratri on October 15. Also, due to Vasant Panchami on January 26, Republic Day, no separate holiday has been announced.