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Government of Andhra Pradesh declares holidays for the year 2011

Government of Andhra Pradesh declares holidays for the year 2011 | 20 general holidays, 17 paid holidays and 20 optional holidays in 2011 declared by Govt of AP, India

State government of Andhra Pradesh has issued a GO no. 5423 on 06.11.2010 declaring the list of holidays for 20 days in the year 2011.  Another 20 days have been recognized as optional holidays.  Government has suggested that government employees can utilize 5 optional holidays with pre permission in 2011.  Holidays for Id-ul-fitr, Id-ul-Juha and Muharram have to be decided depending on the moon, and if there is any change in these holidays, public will be notified through the media. This holiday list is not applicable to industries, public sector companies and educational institutes.

General holidays

Serial no Festival Date Week
1. Bhogi 14.01.2011 Friday
2. Sankranthi 15.01.2011 Saturday
3. Republic day 26.01.2011 Wednesday
4. Milad-un-nabi 16.02.2011 Wednesday
5. Mahasivarathri 02.03.2011 Wednesday
6. Holi 19.03.2011 Saturday
7. Ugadi 04.04.2011 Monday
8. Jagjivanram Birthday 05.04.2011 Tuesday
9. Srirama Navami 12.04.2011 Tuesday
10. Ambedkar Jayanthi 14.04.2011 Thursday
11. Good Friday 22.04.2011 Friday
12. Independence day 15.08.2011 Monday
13. Sri krishnashtami 23.08.2011 Tuesday
14. Ramzan 31.08.2011 Wednesday
15. Vinayaka Chaviti 01.09.2011 Thursday
16. Durgashtami 04.10.2011 Tuesday
17. Vijaya dasami 06.10.2011 Thursday
18. Deepavali 26.10.2011 Wednesday
19. Bakrid 07.11.2011 Monday
20. Muharram 06.12.2011 Tuesday

Holidays  on Sundays

1.       Gandhi Jayanthi         02.10.2011

2.      Christmas                    25.12.2011

Optional holidays

Serial no Festival Date Week
1. English new year 01.01.2011 Saturday
2. Arbain 25.01.2011 Tuesday
3. Sripanchami 08.02.2011 Tuesday
4. Yaj-dahum-shariff 17.03.2011 Thursday
5. Mahavir Jayanthi 16.04.2011 Saturday
6. Sayeed MohammedJuwanpuri Jayanthi 20.04.2011 Wednesday
7. Basava Jayanthi 06.05.2011 Friday
8. Buddha Purnima 17.05.2011 Tuesday
9. Hazrat ali Birthday 16.06.2011 Thursday
10. Shab-e-Meraj 30.06.2011 Thursday
11. Varalakshmi Vratam 12.08.2011 Friday
12. Parsi New Year 19.08.2011 Friday
13. Jumat-ul-vida 26.08.2011 Friday
14. Mahalaya Amavasya 27.09.2011 Tuesday
15. Maharnavami 05.10.2011 Wednesday
16. Karika Pournami/Gurunanak Birthday 10.11.2011 Thursday
17. Ninth Muharram 05.12.2011 Monday
18. Id-E-Gaddar 16.12.2011 Friday
19. Christmas eve 24.12.2011 Saturday
20. Boxing day 26.12.2011 Monday

Optional holidays that fall on second Saturdays and Sundays

1 Kanuma 16.01.2011 Sunday
2 Rathyatra 03.07.2011 Sunday
3 Shab-e-Barat 17.07.2011 Sunday
4 Rakhi 13.08.2011 Saturday
5 Shab-e-khadir 28.08.2011 Sunday

State government of Andhra Pradesh has also declared the paid holidays under the Negotiable Instrument Act 1881.  There are 17 holidays in this list.

Paid holidays for the year 2011

Serial no Festival Date Week
1. Sankranthi 15.01.2011 Saturday
2. Republic day 26.01.2011 Wednesday
3. Milad-un-nabi 16.02.2011 Wednesday
4. Mahasivarathri 02.03.2011 Wednesday
5. Closing of annual accounts 01.04.2011 Friday
6. Ugadi 04.04.2011 Monday
7. Ambedkar Jayanti 14.04.2011 Thursday
8. Good Friday 22.04.2011 Friday
9. Independence day 15.08.2011 Monday
10. Ramzan 31.08.2011 Wednesday
11. Vinayaka chaviti 01.09.2011 Thursday
12. Half yearly closing 30.09.2011 Friday
13. Durgashtami 04.10.2011 Tuesday
14. Vijaya Dasami 06.10.2011 Thursday
15. Deepavali 26.10.2011 Wednesday
16. Bakrid 07.11.2011 Monday
17. Muharram 06.12.2011 Tuesday

 Holidays that falls on Sunday

1.      Mayday                       01.05.2011

2.      Gandhi jayanthi           02.102011

3.      Christmas                    01.05.2011

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