Dasara Holidays to AP Schools: Dussehra holidays announced by Andhra Pradesh government All public and private schools in the state will have holidays from September 26 to October 6, the release said. It has been made clear that the schools should be opened again on October 7 and schools will not run during the holidays.
Good news for students of schools in Andhra Pradesh. This year, the festival of Durga Devi Navratri (Dasara) is going to be a huge holiday in Andhra Pradesh. Dussehra holidays (10 days) will be given from 26th September to 6th October. Dussehra holidays will be given to Christian minority schools from 1st to 6th October.
AP State Board of Education Research Training Academic Calendar (2022-23) has given information about Dussehra holidays earlier. In this academic year, schools will function for 220 days and there will be 80 days of holidays. Dussera holidays will be given to public and private schools in AP from September 26 to October 6. The schools will be opened on October 7.
Dussehra Holidays to the AP schools and Instructions: All the District Educational Officers in the state are informed that as per School Academic calendar Dussehra Holidays are scheduled from 26-09-2022 to 06-10-2022. – Check the Batukamma & Dasara Holidays to TS Schools from here.
Dasara Holidays to AP Schools 2022
|Dasara Holidays||26-09-2022 to 06-10-2022 (10 days)|
|Dasara Holidays for Missionary Schools||01-10-2022 to 06-10-2022 (6 days)|
|Christmas Holidays for Missionary Schools||22-12-2022 to 28-12-2022 (7 days)|
|Sankranthi Holidays other than Missionary Schools||13-01-2023 to 17-01-2022 (5 days)|
|Summer Holidays||25-04-2023 to 11-06-2023|
The Andhra Pradesh state government has announced the Dussehra holiday dates for AP schools in the state. The vacation for school students will begin on September 26 and will last till October 6. This year, Dussehra or Vijayadashami will be celebrated on October 5.
While the AP government has given total of 11 holidays for AP schools, the vacation is shorter for Christian and minority schools in Andhra Pradesh. Students enrolled in minority schools will get holidays from October 1 to October 6. The classes will resume on October 7.
Dussehra is an annual festival that marks the end of Navratri. It celebrates the victory of Lord Rama over the 10-headed Lanka king Ravana and thus it signifies the triumph of good over evil for many. The day also highlights goddess Durga’s victory over demon Mahishasura.
Dussehra is also the day when the faithful start to prepare for Diwali or the festival of lights which falls 20 days after Dussehra.