Hi All,
This is Shireesha, i was preparing 2012 Holiday list thought that it my be helpful for HR's preparing the same.
check below for the Holiday List.
List of Holidays for the Year 2012

S.NO DATE DAY OCCASION
1 26.Jan.2012 THURSDAY REPUBLIC DAY
2 20.Feb.2012 MONDAY MAHA SHIVRATRI
3 08.Mar.2012 THURSDAY HOLI
4 06.Apr.2012 FRIDAY GOOD FRIDAY
5 02.Aug.2012 THURSDAY RAKSHA BANDHAN
6 10.Aug.2012 FRIDAY JANAMASHATAMI
7 15.Aug.2012 WEDNESDAY INDEPENDENCE DAY
8 20.Aug.2012 MONDAY RAMZAN
9 02.Oct.2012 TUESDAY GANDHI JAYANTHI
10 24.Oct.2012 WEDNESDAY DUSSHERA
11 27.Oct.2012 SATURDAY BAKRI IDD
12 13.Nov.2012 TUESDAY DIWALI
13 25.Dec.2012 TUESDAY CHRISTMAS
Hoping that it may be of some help whille preparing 2012- Holiday List.
Thanks & Regards,
Shireesha

From India, Hyderabad
Hi Shireesha.P,

Respected Madam,
Thanks for sharing, I am working as in Universal converters(p)Ltd.,at chittoor. I am handling entire plant individually. This is small plant with 180 Employees. Our product is Printing,wax,lamination,pouching,slitting etc.,
can i call or mail for Professional Networking .
please give me Your ph no .and mail id.
Thanks&Regards
E.Ramesh

From India, Hyderabad
How many days of compulsary holidays to be given to employees in IT Sector according to Act? And can anyone provide with those leave details. Thanks & Regards, Sowmya
From India, Bangalore
Dear Member,
This is to clarify you that this holiday in not declared as compulsory holiday in the state of Haryana.
R.N.KHOLA
Welcome Skylark Associates

From India, Delhi
Dear all, Please find the attachment list of holidays for 2013.
From India, Alwar

Attached Files
File Type: docx list of holidays.docx (13.3 KB, 35 views)

I have been trying to generate a nationwide list of holidays for a client that's newly set up with a presence in almost all states and am relying on the Central Government insights on holidays but I have a couple of queries:
1) What is the norm in the service/FMCG industry on number of holidays in total?
2) Do we need to still pay for working on holidays or is it lawful now to provide compensatory offs? Or is an ideal scenario a mix of both?
Look to hear your views.

From India, Mumbai

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