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Holidays 2014 under Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881

Under the Explanation to Section 25 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 (Central Act XXVI of 1881) read with the Government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs Notification No.20-25/26/Pub.I, dated 8-6-1957, the Government of Andhra Pradesh  declare that in addition to Sundays expressly defined as Public Holidays in the said “Explanation” the following days shall be observed as Holidays in the Andhra Pradesh State during the year 2014:

Sl. No. 

OCCASION/FESTIVAL

 

DATE

 

DAY

 

SAKA-ERA

1

2

3

4

 

5

1

SANKRANTI/PONGAL /

MILAD-UN-NABI ID-E-MILAD

 

14-01-2014

 

TUESDAY

PAUSHA

24 – 1935

2

 

MAHA SHIVARATRI

 

27-02-2014

 

THURSDAY

PHALGUNA

08- 1935

 

3

 

HOLI

 

17-03-2014

 

MONDAY

PHALGUNA

26- 1935

 

4

 

UGADI

 

31-03-2014

 

MONDAY

CHAITRA

10 – 1936

 

5

ANNUAL CLOSING OF

ACCOUNTS DAY

 

01-04-2014

 

TUESDAY

CHAITRA

11 – 1936

 

6

DR.B.R.AMBEDKAR’S

BIRTHDAY

 

14-04-2014

 

MONDAY

CHAITRA

24 – 1936

 

7

 

GOOD FRIDAY

 

18-04-2014

 

FRIDAY

CHAITRA

28 – 1936

 

8

 

MAY DAY

 

01-05-2014

 

THURSDAY

VAISAKHA

11 – 1936

 

9

 

RAMZAN (ID-UL-FITAR)

 

29-07-2014

 

TUESDAY

SRAVANA

07 – 1936

 

10

 

INDEPENDENCE DAY

 

15-08-2014

 

FRIDAY

SRAVANA

24 – 1936

 

11

 

VINAYAKA CHAVITHI

 

29-08-2014

 

FRIDAY

BHADRA

07 – 1936

 

12

DURGASHTAMI /GANDHI JAYANTHI 

02-10-2014

 

THURSDAY

ASVINA

10 – 1936

 

13

VIJAYA DASAMI/

DUSSEHRA

 

03-10-2014

 

FRIDAY

ASVINA

11 – 1936

 

14

 

DEEPAVALI

 

23-10-2014

 

THURSDAY

KARTIKA

01 – 1936

 

15

 

MUHARRAM

 

04-11-2014

 

TUESDAY

KARTIKA

13 – 1936

 

16

 

CHRISTMAS

 

25-12-2014

 

THURSDAY

PAUSHA

04 – 1936

 

The Government of Andhra Pradesh direct that the days specified in Annexure- I(A) shall be observed as General Holidays by all the State Government Offices excluding the holidays falling on Sundays shown in Annexure-I(B) and Optional Holidays shown in Annexure-II(A) except the Optional Holidays falling on Sundays shown in Annexure II(B), during the year 2014.

The State Government directs that all offices under State Government shall remain closed on all Sundays and Second Saturdays in all the months during the year 2014.

In addition to the above mentioned General Holidays in Annexure.1(A), the State Government employees may avail themselves of Optional Holidays not exceeding FIVE during the year 2014 on the festival/occasions specified in Annexure-II(A) to this order, at their option and irrespective of the religion to which the festival pertains.  Permission to avail any of these holidays shall be applied for, in writing in advance and will normally be granted by the Superior Officers competent to grant casual leave except when the presence of an individual employee is considered necessary in exigencies of Government work.

The Government also directs that General Holidays shall not ipso-facto apply to the Industrial Establishment and Public Undertakings under the control of the State Government, the workmen engaged in  Public Works Departments and Educational Institutions in this State.  Separate orders regarding the festivals/occasions when these Institutions to observe holidays shall be issued by the concerned Administrative Department of the Secretariat.

If there is any change of date in respect of Idu’l Fitar, Idu’l Zuha, Muharram and Id-e-Milad as  per  the  moon  sight  or  any  other  holiday  declared now,  it  shall  be announced through electronic/print media.  All the Departments of Secretariat, Heads of Departments and District Collectors shall take action according to such an announcement and without waiting for formal order about the change of date.
G.O.Rt.No. 5237 DATED: 29-11-2014
G.O.Rt.No. 5236

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