The Telangana Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) has announced Dasara holidays from September 28 to October 9, with the colleges to re-open on October 10. All principals of junior colleges and composite degree offering intermediate courses in the State have been instructed to adhere to the holiday schedule issued by the Board of Intermediate Education in Telangana.
In a press statement here on Wednesday, Telangana Board of Intermediate Education said all junior colleges including private and corporate colleges in the State were directed not to conduct any classes during the first term holidays. Any violation of instructions would be viewed seriously and action, including disaffiliation of the college, would be initiated against the erring management or principals, the Board added.
Holidays are the best times to spend quality time with friends and families and celebrate festivals with cheerfulness. It is the best opportunity to get in shape and discern new experiences. The working class like to plan a vacation during the holidays. So, this page lists the national and regional holidays in Telangana 2019. If you are from Telangana and looking for the list of Dasara holidays in Telangana, the page is for you.
Dusara is the last day or the tenth day of Navaratri which is celebrated as Dussehra or Vijayadashmi 2019. This auspicious day marks the supremacy of good over the evil forces. There are several mythological stories attached to the day of Dussehra. The celebrations also differ from place to place. In several parts of the country, effigies of demon Ravana are burnt out, while in some parts, especially in Maharashtra, people meet and greet and exchange Sona leaves on the day.