SUdheer N E Started The Discussion:
Hi, Can anyone tell me about the compulsory public holidays prescribed by the law ? Sudheer
Posted 24th November 2009 From India, Thiruvananthapuram

For all companies in India the following are compulsary under the law:
26th January - Republic Day
15th August - Independence Day
2nd October - Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti

If you are based in Maharashtra then 1st May - Maharashtra Day is also compulsory.

Hope this helps!
Posted 25th November 2009 From India, Mumbai
Dear Sudheer,

Under which of the law you are requiring these compulsory public holidays?

With Regards,
Sr. Associate
Skylark Associates, Gurgaon (Haryana)
(Labour Law & Legal Consultants)
Office: 311, AKD Tower, Sector 14, Gurgaon
(M) 09810405361 (O) 0124-4264449
Posted 25th November 2009 From India, Delhi
Dear Sudheer,

As already described that these 3 Holidays are compulsary Public Holidays. For rest of the Holidays list you need to check with the Publich Holidays list of that State..

Amit Seth.
Posted 25th November 2009 From India, Ahmadabad
Hi Sudheer, Please find attached Calander Holidays. Regards, Raj
Posted 26th November 2009 From India, Hyderabad
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Hi, can anyone share with me what is the compulsory Public holiday for Bangalore? If a Public holiday falls on Saturday/Sunday, do we need to give replacement leave? Regards, Cyn
Posted 26th November 2009 From Singapore, Singapore
3 National Holidays - Correct What about 1st May ? Festival Holidays for Jharkhand for 2010 - How much & from where I should get? shyam
Posted 14th December 2009
Dear Manish,

Under which of the State Act you have given this information of 7 Festival holidays?

With Regards,
Sr. Associate
Skylark Associates, Gurgaon (Haryana)
(Labour Law & Legal Consultants)
Office: 311, AKD Tower, Sector 14, Gurgaon
(M) 09810405361 (O) 0124-4264449
Posted 15th December 2009 From India, Delhi
There are 4 National Holidays which should be given by law
26th January= Republic Day
15th August= Independence Day
2nd October= Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti
And 1st May= Labour Day (holiday is not given for maharashtra Day)
Rest of the holidays would include according to the state or company preference
Posted 17th December 2009 From India, Mumbai
Dear Member,

This is to inform you that none of the Haryana State labour laws allowed us seven festival holidays. You should first decide under which of the State Act you are required to allow national & festival holidays & then go through the provision relating to grant of these holidays.

Skylark Associates, Gurgaon (Haryana)
Labour Law Consultants (m) +91 9810405361

Posted 19th August 2010 From India, Delhi
our private limited organisation declared no holiday on 15th august and as HR manager i refused to keep office open and i was not in office on 15th and on 15th he asked 3 employees to leave in lunch session so is it leave or what if employee do not attend office
plz reply
Posted 17th August 2012 From India, Vadodara
Dear Mr. Khola

I am a HR Professional currently working in a real estate comapany in noida.
Want to decide the list of holidays for the year in my company but also want the details of the rules and law under which it is mandatory to display the list of holiday in the company.

Thanks & Regards
Posted 28th February 2014 From India, Delhi
Please suggest if national holiday falls on sunday then what it need to be done?
Posted 24th December 2014 From India, Pune


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