Public School Holidays 2022 In Bangladesh Full List

Here is your Public School Holidays full list. This year to previous all years information’s you get this page. We will update this list every year.

Public School Holidays 2020

The Ministry of Education has approved the School Holidays 2020 list and education programs of public and private secondary and lower secondary schools.

There will be a total of 85 days of school holidays on different days including three days’ leave reserved by the headmaster. The Ministry of Education has set different test schedules for the holiday list.

The Department of Secondary and Higher Education has been sent on 2 December 2019.

Half-yearly examinations will be held in schools from 13 June to 25 June 2020. It has been asked to publish the results of the semi-annual examination on 11 July.

The Test exam will be held from 3 to 17 October 2020. Students will have to publish the results of the test on 5 November 2020.

Annual examinations of the schools will be held from 28 November to 10 December 2020. The results of the annual test will be released on 30 December 2020.

Here are your School Holidays 2020 full list. This is published by the Government.

Public School Holidays
Public School Holidays 2022 In Bangladesh Full List 3
DateOccasionDays
29 JanuarySaraswati Puja01
08 FebruaryMaghi Purnima01
21 FebruaryInternational Mothers Day01
09 MarchDoljatra01
17 MarchSheikh Mujibur Rahman Birthday01
23 MarchSob-E-Meraj01
26 MarchNational Day01
09 AprilSob-E-Borat01
12 AprilBoishabi/Star Sunday01
14 AprilBangla New Year01
25 April to 30 MayRamadan, May day, Buddu purnima, Sob-e-Kodor, Eid-ul-fitor31
20 July to 6 AugustEid-ul-azha, Summer vacation16
11 AugustJonmastomi01
15 AugustNational Day of Mourning01
21 AugustHijri New Year01
30 AugustAshura01
01 OctoberProbarona purnima01
14 OctoberAkhere Chahar samba01
22 October to 30 OctoberDurgapuja, Lakshipuja07
30 OctoberEid-E-Miladunnobi01
14 NovemberShama puja01
27 NovemberFateha-E-Eajdaham01
15 to 29 DecemberWinter vacation, Victory day, Boro din13
Any DaysSaved leave of the headmaster03

Public School Holidays 2019

Hi Friends! Here is your Public School Holidays 2019 in Bangladesh. This list created by the Bangladesh government.

Holiday lists of government, private colleges, madrasas, and TT colleges have been published for 2019.

The list of vacations was released on 24 December 2018 in the secondary and higher education departments of the education ministry.

The dates marked by the star (*) on the holiday list may change depending on the moon viewing.

At the same time, the Ministry of Education has given some advance directives for the academic activities of class XI.

Admission to the 11th class will start from 21 May 2019. It will run until 30 June. XI classes will start on July 1.

Like this year, next year (2019), the general and executive orders will have a total of 22 days of leave. Of these, the weekly holidays are three days on Friday and Saturday.

This year was also a public holiday for 22 days. Of these, seven days have been read on weekends.

Here is your public school holidays’ by the table.

Details of Holidays

There will be 14 days of normal leave. The holiday will be held on important religious days of national and various communities. Three days is a normal holiday (Friday and Saturday).

General leave

  • 21 February – International Mother Language Day
  • 17 March – Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s birthday
  • 26 March – Independence and National Day
  • 01 May – Mayday
  • 18 May – Buddho Purnima
  • 31 May – Jumaatul Bida
  • 05 June – Eid-ul-Fitr
  • 12 August – Eid-ul-Azha
  • 15 August – National Mourning Day
  • 23 August – Shuvo Jonmastomy
  • 08 October – Durga puja
  • 10 November – Eid-e-Miladunnobi
  • 16 December – Victory day
  • 25 December – Borodin

Leave on the executive order

  • 14 April – Bangla New Year
  • 21 April – Sobeborat
  • 02 June – Sobekodor
  • 04 & 6 June – Before and after Eid-ul-Fitr day
  • 10 September – Ashura

Optional leave (Muslim)

  • 04 April – Sobe Meraj
  • 07 June – The third day of Eid al-Fitr
  • 14 August – The third day of Eid-ul-Azha
  • 23 October – Akheri Chahar Somba
  • 09 December – Fateha-e-Yazdahm

Optional leave (Hindu)

  • 10 February – Saraswati Puja
  • 04 March – Shibratri Broto
  • 21 March – Doljatra
  • 03 April – The emergence of Harichand Thakur
  • 28 September – Mohaloya
  • 07 October – Durga puja (Nabomi)
  • 13 October – Lakshmi puja
  • 27 October – Shama puja

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