The government of Pakistan has announced Gazetted and Public Holidays in Pakistan 2021. People of Pakistan will familiar with these Public holidays 2021 in the current 12 months of 2021. They usually keen to understand when and how many Gazette Leaves will be awarded each and every year.ISLAMABAD: The calendar for the academic session 2020-21 for federal government educational institutions has been released.
Check online Gazetted and Public Holidays in Pakistan 2021, Download Notification from www.awampk.com, The new school year will begin on August 2, and summer vacations have been reduced to one month. According to the calendar released by the Federal Directorate of Education, the summer holidays will be from July 2 to July 31.
Educational institutions will be closed from July 18 to August 1. Educational activities will resume on August 2. Public or Government Leaves are those leaves that are announced with the aid of the federal government of Pakistan each year. These can also be known as Notification of Gazetted Leaves in Pakistan 2020. These leaves may additionally consist of Kashmir Day, Pakistan Day, Eid-ul-Fitr Holidays, Eid-ul-Azha Holidays, Shabe-Barat, Independence Day, Ashura Holidays, Quaid-e-Azam Day.
The federal government has announced the details of public and optional holidays for 2021. Yesterday, a notification was issued by the Interior Ministry regarding the holidays, according to which there will be a total of 14 public holidays in the year 2021, starting with 5th February is Kashmir Day.
Kashmir Day, Pakistan Day, Eid-ul-Fitr Holidays, Eid-ul-Azha Holidays, Shabe-Barat, Independence Day, Ashura Holidays, Quaid-e-Azam Day. Public Holidays for Minorities Baisakhi, Holi, Janam Asthami, Birthday of Guru Nanak, Good Friday, New year.
Ministry of Interior, Government of Pakistan has introduced Many Public and also different Optional Public Holidays for Minorities in Pakistan as Baisakhi, Holi, Janam Asthami, Birthday of Guru Nanak, Good Friday, New year.
Important Note:[/box]Government Servants needing to avail themselves of non-compulsory Holidays shall take prior permission from their Head Department or Concerned Office. There shall be only one Optional Holiday in the case of Muslims and three Optional Holidays for Non-Muslim.
The notification has announced at least 22 optional leave for government employees. Muslim employees are allowed to take only one optional leave while non-Muslim will have three optional leave.
The Public and Optional holidays regarding festivals of Muslims and Minorities for The calendar Year 2021 would be as under:
Holidays were announced by the federal government on the 9th and 10th of Muharram. According to the notification, the holidays will be on August 18 and 19.
|Sr.||Name of Occasion||Days||Dates during the year 2021|
|01||Kashmir Day||Friday||5th February 2021|
|02||Pakistan Day||Tuesday||23rd March 2021|
|03||Labour Day||Saturday||1st May 2021|
|04||Eid-ul-Fitr, (1st Shawal 1441AH)||Friday, Saturday, and Sunday||14th. 15th and 16th May
|05||Eid-ul-Azha, (10th Zil Haj 1441 AH)||Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday||21st Ju y, 22nd, and 23rd
|06||Independence Day||Saturday||14th August 2021|
|07||Ashura (9th & 10th Moharram 1442 AH)||Wednesday & Thursday||18th & 19th August 2021|
|08||Eid Milad-un-Nabi (SAW)
(12th Rabi-u Awwal 1442A.H)
|Tuesday||19th October 2021|
|09||Quaid-e-Azam Day/Christmas||Saturday||25th December 2021|
|Day after Christmas||Sunday||26th December 2021
(For Christians only)
- Winter holidays have been announced at the federal private educational institutions. Islamabad’s private educational institutions will be closed from December 23 to January 3, which has also been issued a notification. All private educational institutions will reopen on 11th January 2021.
- The following will be Bank Holidays. However, on these days the Banks / DFIs /MFBs will remain dosed for the public but NOT for their employees:
|Sr. No.||Day/ Date|
|01||1st January 2021 (Friday’.|
|14 April 2021 (Wednesday) corresponding to 1st Ramazan 1442AH
(subject to appearance of the moon).1″ July 2020 (Wednesday)
Punjab Schools Public holidays 2021
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