Notification of Schedule of Holidays in 2014 by School Education Department Punjab

Last Updated on February 4, 2014 by ShumailaKamal

Government of the Punjab School Education Department has issued Notification No. SO (A-I) 1-31/2008 dated 3rd February 2014 in connection with the Schedule of Holidays in 2014 in Punjab.

According to the Notification, in pursuance of the provisions contained in Article 37 & 41 of the Punjab Education Code and Notification No. SOW-I (S&GAD)1-3/2008(P-III) dated 10-01-2014 issued by the Section Officer (Welfare-I), S&GAD, the following Holiday’s Schedule would be observed in all Schools/Educational Institutions (Govt/Private Managed) in Punjab Province during the calendar year 2014:


S.No Name of Occasion Days Dates
1 Kashmir Day Wednesday 5th February 2014
2 Pakistan Day Sunday 23rd March 2014
3 Labour Day Thursday 1st May 2014
4 Summer Vacations 1st June to 14th August 2014
5 Short Summer Break for Hilly Areas 16th July to 29th July 2014
6 Eid-ul-Fiter (1st Shawal 1435 AH)* Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 29th, 30th & 31st July 2014
7 Independence Day Thursday 14th August 2014
8 Eid-ul-Azha (10th Zil Haj 1435 AH)* Monday & Tuesday 6th & 7th October 2014
9 Iqbal Day Sunday 9th November 2014
10 Ashura 1436 AH (9th & 10th Moharrum)* Monday & Tuesday 3rd & 4th November 2014
11 Quaid-e-Azam Day/Christmas Thursday 25th December 2014
12 Day after Christmas Friday 26th December 2014 (For Christians only)
13 Winter Vacations 24th to 31st December 2014)
14 Winter Break for Hilly Areas 20th December 2014 to 4th March 2015


* Subject to the appearance of moon*


1-                  The Holiday for Independence Day will fall during summer vacations, however this holiday will be observed in all the Educational Institutions in a befitting manner.

2-                  Educational Institutions will observe local holidays as notified by the relevant district/local authorities from time to time.

3-                  All Educational Institutions (Government as well as Private Managed) will strictly observe this schedule without any deviation there from.

4-                  Winter Break for hilly areas may be adjusted by the DPI (SE) Punjab keeping in view the prevailing weather conditions in consultation with Chairman, BISE, Rawalpindi.

5-                  Eid Milad-un-Nabi (PUBH) 1435 has already been observed as Public Holiday.


Holidays 2014 Punjab




Holidays Punjab in 2014




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