Holidays as per odisha Government

Public Holidays Optional Holidays
MonthHolidays TypeDate & DayHolidays NameHidden
JanuaryPublic23rd Monday viewJAN
JanuaryPublic26th Thursday viewJAN
JanuaryOptional5th Thursday viewJAN
FebruaryPublic18th Saturday viewFEB
MarchPublic7th Tuesday viewMAR
MarchPublic8th Wednesday viewMAR
MarchPublic30th Thursday viewMAR
AprilPublic1st Wednesday viewAPR
AprilPublic7th Friday viewAPR
AprilPublic14th Friday viewAPR
MayPublic5th Friday viewMAY
MayPublic19th Friday viewMAY
JunePublic14th Wednesday viewJUN
JunePublic15th Thursday viewJUN
JunePublic20th Tuesday viewJUN
JunePublic30th Friday viewJUN
JulyPublic28th Friday viewJUL
AugustPublic15th Tuesday viewAugust
AugustPublic30th Wednesday viewAugust
SeptemberPublic6th Wednesday viewSeptember
SeptemberPublic19th Tuesday viewSeptember
SeptemberPublic20th Wednesday viewSeptember
SeptemberPublic20th Friday viewSeptember
OctoberPublic2nd Monday viewOctober
OctoberPublic21st Saturday viewOctober
OctoberPublic23rd Monday viewOctober
OctoberPublic24th Tuesday viewOctober
NovemberPublic27th Monday viewNovember
DecemberPublic25th Monday viewDecember
JanuaryOptional25th Wednesday viewJAN
MayOptional25th Monday viewMAY
AprilOptional8th Saturday viewAPR
JuneOptional28th Wednesday viewJUN
NovemberOptional21st Tuesday viewNovember
DecemberOptional5th Tuesday viewDecember
Public Holidays

Note Note: Makar Sankranti-14th January, Panchayati Raj Divas-5th March, Id-Ul-Fitre-22nd April, Mahalaya-14th October, Maha Astami-22nd October, Kumar Purnima-28th October, Kali Puja/ Diwali-12th November fall on Sundays, Second Saturdays and Fourth Saturdays of the months, and hence these festivals have not been declared as holidays.

Optional Holidays

Note Note:The State Government Emplyoees may avail one optional holiday on any one of the festive occasion/commemorative days as listed above.

Sundays & 2nd Saturday will update soon

holidays as per odisha govt calender

8 thoughts on “Holidays”

  1. Jagannath Panda

    It’s great to see that you recognize the importance of providing information about government holidays to employees. Keeping employees informed about holidays is not only important for their work-life balance but also helps in planning personal events and commitments. Providing this information can also boost employee morale and increase job satisfaction. Additionally, it shows that the organization values the well-being of its employees and is committed to providing a positive work environment.

  2. Knowing the holidays is crucial, especially when you are a government employee who serves the public. It helps me plan my work schedule in a way that ensures seamless delivery of services to the citizens of Odisha.

    1. ଓଡ଼ିଶା ସରକାର ଦ୍ୱାରା ଘୋଷିତ ଛୁଟି ସୂଚନା,ଏହି ସୂଚନାରେ ସମସ୍ତ ଉପସ୍ଥିତ ଛୁଟି ଓ ତିଥି ପାଇଁ ସରକାରୀ କର୍ମଚାରୀଙ୍କ ଉପଯୋଗୀ

  3. ରାଧାକାନ୍ତ

    ଅତି ବଢିଆ ହୋଇଛି,
    ମୁ ଯାଜପୁର ରୁ କହୁଛି।

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