Uttar Pradesh Government, UP Govt School Holiday list 2022 or UP School Holidays 2022 is now available on the official website. The list has been released by the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad or UPMSP. Candidates would be able to check for more details on upmsp.edu.in.
It should be noted that the academic calendar has been released for primary as well as upper primary school students. It has been released for the year 2021-22. As per the schedule released by the board, there would be as many as 237 working days for secondary-level schools. With regards to holidays, there would be 113 holidays for students. It should be noted that the holidays would also include Sundays.
Students should note that they would be able to go through the entire academic calendar from the official website- upmsp.edu.in. Students should note that they would be able to go through the official holiday list from the direct link provided here. Further, it has been mentioned that 15 days would be allotted for board exams.
|Name of the Holidays List||UP School Holidays List 2022|
|Title||Check the UP Govt School Holidays List 2022|
|Subject||UPMSP released the UP School Academic Calendar 2022|
|List of Holidays||UP Govt School Holidays|
|Academic Calendar||Academic Calendar Session|
The number of public holidays for the year 2022 is 22. Further, schools would have summer vacation for students from May 21. The last day of summer vacation would be June 30 for the students. It should be noted that Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad or UPMSP did not include the winter holiday list in the list of public holidays.
However, the Uttar Pradesh Basic Shiksha Parishad has included the winter holiday list. Schools would be closed for the winter holidays from December 31. Schools would be reopening for students after winter vacations from January 15. The timing of the school for the winter season would be from 9 am to 5 pm. Further, it should be noted that only the district magistrate would have the power to grant local holidays. It should be noted that that only female teachers, as well as students, would be granted leave during festivals such as Hartalika Teej, Karva Chauth, and others.