Bengaluru: Now it’s official - Fourth Saturday is state government holiday


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Bengaluru, Jun 12:Finally, the State Government on Wednesday issued a gazette notification for declaring every fourth Saturday of the month a holiday for State government employees.         

The holiday on every fourth Saturday of the month will come into effect from this month. 

The notification also said casual leave for all government employees has been reduced from 15 to 10 in a year for all the State government employees. 

It may be recalled that the government had declared holiday on every second Saturday of every month. 

The State Cabinet took a decision last week on granting the holiday on fourth Saturday of the every month. 

The decision was taken after studying the five-day work week in more than a dozen States in the country. 

There was a demand from the employees for a holiday on fourth Saturday of every month. 

Moreover, nationalised banks have already declared holiday for its staff on second and fourth Saturdays of every month.

  

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  • MV, Mangalore, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 13 2019

    No holiday should be declared for anybody's death in India. 5 days week is to be followed strictly. Biomatric attendance should be strictly augmented.

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 13 2019

    If any Politician or famous personality dies on holidays, then it us loss for government and Bank employees, because that day holiday has gone. It is better to die on working days.

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  • DSouza, Mangaluru

    Thu, Jun 13 2019

    True. Let them die on Working Days Only, ELSE govt shld being in rule, that if they die on Holiday, then next working day should be declared a holiday in remembrance (for coming years also).

    TAB HOGA NYAY :) :) Just like general category, in a few decades people in this state will have to find days when they can goto work.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Jun 13 2019

    Let them work 9 Hours Daily with a 5 Day Week ...

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  • Ozy, Surathkal

    Thu, Jun 13 2019

    Give them 365 days holidays and pay salary from our taxed money.

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  • Lewis, Udupi

    Thu, Jun 13 2019

    Also let us know when are their working days.

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  • PEDDA GUNDOO, MANGALURU

    Thu, Jun 13 2019

    ANYWAYS people ! these are our representatives who merely work for the public even in working days ! they would have given at least 333 days holiday rest of the days to come for the ATM to withdraw the salary !!!

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  • VALERIAN RODRIGUES, UJIRE

    Wed, Jun 12 2019

    NO GOVERNMENT WORKERS DEMAND TO REDUCE JAYANTHIS HOLYDAY'S

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  • C.E.SALDANHA, Shivbagh, kadri

    Wed, Jun 12 2019

    IS IT TIME TO ANNOUNCE OR BRING OUT A CALENDAR SHOWING THE WORKING DAYS!

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  • Jembar Podorn, Bajpe

    Wed, Jun 12 2019

    Better to have single day work
    Rest all six days
    let government declare holidays

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