शैक्षणिक वर्ष 2024-2025 के लिए मध्य प्रदेश में गर्मी की छुट्टियों और स्कूल फिर से खुलने की तारीखों की पूरी सूची यहां देखें!
The Madhya Pradesh State Government Education Department is currently working on releasing the highly anticipated academic holiday calendar for government and government aided schools in the region. This comprehensive calendar will provide all the necessary information regarding the reopening of schools after the summer vacation, examination schedules, study holidays, puja holidays, winter and summer holidays, and even result dates. With this calendar, students, parents, and teachers will have a clear understanding of the academic year 2024-25 and can plan their activities accordingly. As soon as we receive the official details of the calendar, we will promptly update and share it here for your convenience.
While we provided here a tentative holiday list for the year 2024:
The year 2024 is predicted to bring a plethora of public holidays in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Starting with Republic Day on the 26th of January, followed by Guru Ravidas Jayanti on the 24th of February, and Maha Shivratri on the 8th of March, there will be plenty of occasions to celebrate. Holi, the festival of colors, will be observed on the 25th of March, while Good Friday will be honored on the 29th of March.
On the 9th of April, both Gudi Padva and Chetichand will be commemorated, while the next day, on the 10th of April, Parasuram Jayanti and Eid-Ul-Fitr will be observed. Dr. Ambedkar’s Birthday, a significant day in Indian history, will fall on the 14th of April, and Ram Navami, the birth celebration of Lord Rama, will take place on the 17th of April.
As the month continues, Mahavir Jayanti, the birth anniversary of Lord Mahavira, will be celebrated on the 21st of April, and Buddha Purnima, the day marking the birth, enlightenment, and death of Gautama Buddha, will be observed on the 23rd of May. In June, Bakri-Eid, also known as Eid-Ul-Adha, will be celebrated on the 17th of the month. The following month, on the 17th of July, Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar, will be commemorated.
As Independence Day arrives on the 15th of August, the spirit of patriotism will fill the air. Raksha Bandhan, a festival celebrating the bond between siblings, will be observed on the 19th of August, while Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna, will be celebrated on the 26th of August. On the 16th of September, Eid-e-Milad, also known as Mawlid, will be commemorated.
As October begins, Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday, on the 2nd, will be a day of remembrance and reflection. Dusshera, also known as Vijaya Dashmi, will be observed on the 12th of October, while Maharishi Valmiki Jayanti, the birth anniversary of the sage Valmiki, will be celebrated on the 17th of the same month. Diwali, the festival of lights and one of the most significant celebrations in the Hindu calendar, will be observed on the 31st of October.
As November arrives, Birsa Munda Jayanti, honoring the tribal freedom fighter Birsa Munda, will be celebrated on the 15th, along with Guru Nanak’s Birthday, commemorating the birth of Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism. Finally, Christmas, a joyous occasion celebrated by Christians worldwide, will take place on the 25th of December.
With such a diverse range of holidays, the year 2024 promises to be a year of celebration, reflection, and unity in Madhya Pradesh.