Thursday , June 24 2021

Punjab Schools Public Holidays 2021

Lahore: The government of Punjab has announced the opening of all public and private schools. In this regard, a notification has been issued by the Secretary of School Education, according to which all the schools will be reopened from June 7.

The study season of long holiday students has started and now the education department has announced a new academic year in Punjab which will start from August 1.

Details of holidays for the year 2021 have been released, including the dates of Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha. According to the details released, Eid-ul-Fitr will be on 15th, 14th, and 16th May 2021 on the occasion of 1st Shawwal 1442 AH and on 22nd, 21st, and 23rd July on the occasion of Eid-ul-Adha 10 Zul-Hijjah 1442 AH. Besides, there will be a public holiday on 5th February 2021

Punjab Schools Public Holidays 2021

Similarly in connection with Pakistan Day on 23rd March 2021, on the occasion of Labor Day on 1st May 2021, in connection with Independence Day on 14th August, in connection with Ashura Muharram 19th, 18th August, on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr 12 Rabi-ul-Awal on 19th August, Quaid-e-Azam Day / Christmas There will be a public holiday on December 25, one day after Christmas, on December 26 for the Christian community only.

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Punjab govt Holidays 2021 calendar

The new academic year in Punjab will start from August 1 and will continue till March 31, 2022. The Federal Ministry of Education has proposed to extend the academic session till May 31, under which the Frog, Intermediate examinations will be held in June 2021. Similarly, the following days will be bank holidays: January 1, 2021, April 14, Ramadan 1st, and July 1, 2021, will be bank holidays.

Schools are set to open on June 7, with summer vacations lasting only two to three weeks this year. public holidays in educational institutions in Pakistan/

According to the calendar prepared by the Ministry of Science, the moon of Shawwal will appear on May 13 and Eid-ul-Fitr will be on May 14. The Federal Ministry of Education sent a letter to the provinces to ensure the closure of educational institutions across the country by May 23. The decision will also apply to public and private educational institutions, madrassas, vocational and technical educational institutions, and ensure the implementation of orders regarding the closure of educational institutions.

Inter-Provincial Education Ministers Conference has agreed to open schools, colleges, and universities in September. Various educational institutions should be allowed to open administrative offices first. After Eid-ul-Adha or early August, schools, colleges, universities will be able to call teachers and staff and practice safety arrangements or SOPs.

the latest news about summer vacation in Punjab 2021

Sr. # Name of Occasion

Day

Date during the year 2021
1. Kashmir Day

Wednesday

5th February 2021
2. Pakistan Day Monday 23rd March 2021
3. Labour Day Friday 1st May 2021
4. Summer Vacation, 2020 1st June to 14 August 2021
5. Fid-ul-Fitr(1st Sawal 1441 AH Friday,
Saturday and Sunday
5th 6th & 7th June 2021.
6. Short Summer Bred!,
(for Hilly Areas)
16th- 29th July 2021
7. E.id-ul-Azha

(10th Zil Ha] 1440 A.’l)

12th, 13th& 14th August 2021
8. Independence Day Friday 14th August 2021
9. Ashura

(9th &10th Moharram
1441)

Monday & Tuesday 19th & 19th August 2021
10. Eid Milad-un-Nabi

(12 Rabi-u! Awal 1441 A.H)4

Monday 19th August 2021
11. Quaid-e-Azam Day /
Christmas
Friday 25th December 2021
12. Winter Vacation 24 to 31st  December 2021
13. Day after Christmas
(for Christians only)
Saturday 26th December 2021
14. Winter Break in Hill Station 20th Dcember2021 to
_04th March 2021

 

Punjab Schools Public Holiday 2021

Govt holidays in 20201 in Punjab, Punjab govt holidays 2021, The study has identified a number of factors responsible for lower schooling in rural areas. It is found that the government doesn’t pay attention to rural areas.

Any successful strategy of raising parental demand for schooling will increase schooling. Public schools are very low in rural areas of Pakistan its the government’s duty to provide easy education in rural areas if the government doesn’t do this then they cannot compete with other nations or people without education.

The government needs to make some policies that will cover rural areas. Pakistan’s standing on this front has historically been poor in the context of the public sector’s spending on education as its percentage in GDP is only 2.1 which is the lowest as compared to the other country of the region. Pakistan needs to increase the percentage of education in GDP its very low compare to Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and India they have more percentage in GDP than Pakistan.

This is a very big issue for Pakistan we can compete without education now education no development. If the government makes some policies for education then employment creates in education sectors and employment will increase then people will get a job and then they’re living style will change then society starts to change their thinking fashion everything.

Private education has a monopoly in rural areas they providing education but they are charging high it’s very difficult for villagers to pay high fees for their children. Due to high fees, many children cannot get their education then they reject the education go to the field with their fields or doing the job on a low wage.

Then child labor involves in society and becomes the cause of the increasing illiteracy rate. Pakistan is one of the developing countries it should make some strong policies to control the illiteracy rate and for rural development. Rural development is necessary for Pakistan because most people live in rural areas. Raising the educational levels of the adult members in the household and increasing public awareness can have a significant positive impact on rural development.

Exams were suspended after March 13, but now institutions wishing to take the exams can do so from the second week of July. Examinations for university admissions have been directed to be extended to two days so as not to create crowds. Examinations will be held in an open field, the distance between students will be Six feet. Examinations will be monitored, examinations will be stopped if SOPs are not followed.

Instructions for parents: –
1. Send children to school wearing masks, even if it’s just clothes.

2. Never send children to school if they have a cough or symptoms.

3. If the condition worsens, the child should be tested immediately. The school should be notified if the corona test is positive.

It may be recalled that last month, it was announced to open educational institutions in the country from September 15, but it was made subject to the recommendations of the National Command and Operations Center and the approval of the Inter-Provincial Council of Education Ministers.