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January 4, 2013 at 1:33 pm #68352AnonymousGuest
Apnader kachhe jodi 12th January 2013 Swami Vivekananda Birthday ta ki Govt. N.I.Act a chhuti declare korechhen?eta niye ki kono G.O. ache?thankle ektu upload korben please.Sokol ke New Year er onek Suvechha…January 4, 2013 at 1:42 pm #76256AnonymousGuest
Please go through the Board rules:
As per the G.O. No. 10015-F(P) dated 10.12.12, the Birthday of Swami Vivekananda : 12th January, Saturday is declared holiday under N.I. Act.
Wish you a very happy new year.January 5, 2013 at 12:52 pm #76273AnonymousGuest
Happy New Year to you too…..apnar reply ta khub e important…but ekhan theke 1ta jinis ektu clear hochhe na…amra jara school a service kori,tarao to ei N.I. Act er chhuti gulo pabo….ami jeta jante chaichhi seta holo…ei chhuti gulo ki amader 65ta holiday er baire?I mean,amader holiday list a to ei chhuti gulo dhora ache….tahole oi chhuti gulo ki amra onnyo din nite parbo??January 5, 2013 at 2:38 pm #76268AnonymousGuest
The list of holidays published for School Teachers can be found here: https://askwb.com/threads/holiday-list-for-the-year-2013-published.1295/
In the above holiday list there are 67 days mentioned as holidays for the year in which 12th January is also included. Out of these 67 days, 3 days mentioned as additional holiday. It is also a compulsion that the total number of holidays should not exceed 65 days.
N.B: Please use English language only.January 5, 2013 at 3:28 pm #76275AnonymousGuest
Yes, nemo sir is right, hence the total number of holiday in the academic year is atmost 65 days including 12th January, not more than that.January 6, 2013 at 3:24 am #76281AnonymousGuest
Thanx to both of u…i got confused early on….now it is clear that we school teachers will get only 12th January as N.I Act holiday…
& i’ll try to write my queries in English only from nxt post,i apologize for ur problem of understanding my query.Thanx again…January 6, 2013 at 4:31 am #76282AnonymousGuest
Acc. to manual the holidays declare by N. I Act or some special authority (if that holidays ware not enlisted in holiday list), are excluding 65 days.January 6, 2013 at 3:31 pm #76293AnonymousGuest
Yes, you are right.February 10, 2013 at 3:50 pm #76866AnonymousGuestTorkona wrote:Acc. to manual…
According to which manual? Please mention the manual, reference page number etc. Thanks.February 10, 2013 at 4:16 pm #76868AnonymousGuestTorkona wrote:Acc. to manual the holidays declare by N. I Act or some special authority (if that holidays ware not enlisted in holiday list), are excluding 65 days.
The list of holidays declared by the state govt. under N.I. Act for govt. offices for year 2013 is available from the following link:
List of holidays for schools are also available from the following link:
It’s a common misconception that holidays declared under N.I. Act are always excluded from the approved holiday list. Most of the holidays declared by state govt. under N.I. Act for year 2013 are also included in the approved holiday list of the schools. Pls see the holiday lists from the links and compare. The fact is that those holidays which are declared under N.I. Act after publication of approved list are availed of by the employees as ADDITIONAL leaves.
Pls see the posts from following link:
https://askwb.com/threads/ni-act-holiday-can-schools-ignore-it.328/February 11, 2013 at 2:00 am #76872AnonymousGuest
This is from B. B. Kundu and Sons, Mar-2007 edition, Page no.-550
Holiday declare by NI Act means, any special holiday (which does not belongs to normal NI Act holiday list) declare in between academic session which was not enlisted in School (or Board) holiday list.
Thanks.February 11, 2013 at 5:28 am #76878AnonymousGuest
Thanks to torkona for providing the bengali version of the G.O. published in the B.B. Kundu & Sons. compilation.
Thanks to mihiracharya for posting the english version of the instruction on 13 Sept, 2012, which is as follows:mihiracharya wrote:1) There was arisen the same question from the Headmaster, Talpur Pathsala ,P.O.- Talpur, Dt. Hooghly, on his letter no. 30/80 dated 22.04.80.
In reply dated 11.07.80 in behalf of WBBSE, the secretary, A. Gupta clarified that “Holidays declared by the Govt. of West Bengal and by the Govt. of India the N.I.Act or by any competent authority may be regarded as ‘Special Holidays’ in addition to the approved holidays in a year.”
That means the holidays of N.I.Act is/are the extra holidays of 65 days holidays.
2) There is no circular. A list is published by the board.That may be taken as Model. The list of the holidays is made by the H.M with the consult of the M.C. The School Authority may allow HOLIDAYS on local demand (festivals). Thank you.
I feel sorry to say that insertion of phrase ‘in the currency of the relevant year’ in the original version would remove the confusion if it is stated in the following manner:
“Holidays declared by the Govt. of West Bengal and by the Govt. of India under the N.I.Act or by any competent authority in the currency of the relevant year may be regarded as ‘Special Holidays’ in addition to the approved holidays in a year.”
Such holidays declared under N.I. Act during a year i.e. after taking effect of APPROVED holiday list are always SPECIAL not only to the teachers but also to the govt. employees who enjoy them IN ADDITION TO the enlisted N.I. Act holidays approved before inception of the year. 26th Jan., 15th Aug., 2nd Oct. etc. are all holidays declared under N.I. Act, but they are neither SPECIAL nor EXTRA/ADDITIONAL holidays as they are already included in the APPROVED holiday list. On the other hand, some times 14th April is declared as public holiday under N.I. Act in the CURRENCY of the year on account of Ambedkar’s Birthday i.e. holiday declared after taking effect of the approved N.I. Act holidays (enlisted holidays) in govt. offices. In this particular case, this is special/extra holiday for govt. employees.
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