Monday, January 9, 2012

Holiday declared under N.I. Act on 12th January, 2012 (Thursday), the birthday of Swami Vivekananda


GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL
FINANCE DEPARTMENT
AUDIT BRANCH

No. 261-F(P)
Date 09.01.2012

NOTIFICATION

   In exercise of the power conferred under Section 25 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 (XXVI of 1881) read with explanation thereunder and also Government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs Notification No. 20/25/S6-Pub(I), dated the 8th June, 1957, the Governor is pleased to declare Thursday, the l2th January, 2012, the birthday of Swami Vivekananda as a Public holiday. This is in partial modification of earlier Notification No. 10972-F(P) dated 7.12.11

Sd/-
A. K. Das
Joint Secretary to the
Government of West Bengal
Finance Department.

Source: http://www.wbfin.nic.in/writereaddata/Holiday_under_N.I._Act_on_12.01.12.pdf

5 comments:

  1. is tomorrow a school holiday as well...well that hasn't been stated yet.,

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  2. I AM SUMAN DAS WORKING IN THE PRIVATE CONCERN VERY HAPPY FOR SWAMI VIVEKANANDA BIRTHDAY ON 12 JANUARY 2012 DECLARE AS PUBLIC HOLIDAY BECAUSE HE IS OUR PIONEER OF HINDUISM

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  3. Few private English medium schools do not honour government order. Always they make their own rules to exploit their employees.Government is silent regarding
    it.

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  4. SUMAN DAS Swamiji was no Champion of Hinduism, He belongwd to 'Sanatan Dharma', and he always talked about Humanism. Understand My Friend, 'Jeebe Prem Kore Jeijon, Seijon Sebiche Ishwar'

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  5. Since the notification is following the provisions of Negotiable Instruments Act, the said day will become a holiday for all private sector banks and other financial institutions and in no way it will be applicable to private sector establishments other than Banks and other establishments which deal with finance.

    In order to be made applicable to Schools, private sector commercial establishments and factories, the notification should be issued by the Dept of Education, Labour department or Inspector of Factories, as the case may be.

    So, friends no harsh feelings as you have not got a holiday.

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