TCS Holidays List 2024 : Flexi Holidays Comprehensive Guide

TCS Holidays List 2024 ,Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, also known as TCS, is one of the largest Indian multinational information technology services and consulting company. Headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra, TCS employs over 500,000 employees across 46 countries. As a responsible employer, TCS observes all the national and religious holidays to give its employees adequate work-life balance. This article provides a comprehensive list of TCS Holidays List 2024 employees in India will observe in the calendar year 2024 in TCS Holidays List 2024.

TCS Holidays List 2024
TCS Holidays List 2024

TCS Holidays List 2024

  1. Republic Day (January 26th):
    • Significance and Celebration
    • Holiday Date and Day
  2. Mahashivratri (February 17th):
    • Celebration of Lord Shiva
    • Holiday Date and Day
  3. Holi (March 17th-18th):
    • Festival of Colors
    • Two-Day Weekend Celebration
  4. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Jayanti (April 14th):
    • Tribute to B.R. Ambedkar
    • Sunday Observance
  5. Mahavir Jayanti (March 25th):
    • Jain Festival
    • Saturday Celebration
  6. Good Friday (April 7th):
    • Christian Observance
    • Friday Holiday
  7. Akshaya Tritiya (April 28th):
    • Auspicious Day in Hindu Calendar
    • Sunday Observance
  8. Buddha Purnima (May 18th):
    • Celebration of Gautama Buddha
    • Sunday Observance
  9. Ramzan/Id-Ul-Fitr (June 6th-7th):
    • Ramadan Conclusion
    • Two-Day Weekend Holiday
  10. Independence Day (August 15th):
    • Commemorating India’s Independence
    • Friday Celebration
  11. Janmashtami (August 19th):
    • Birth of Lord Krishna
    • Sunday Observance
  12. Ganesh Chaturthi (September 4th-5th):
    • Birth of Lord Ganesha
    • Weekend Celebration
  13. Dussehra/Vijayadashami (October 5th):
    • Victory of Good Over Evil
    • Saturday Celebration
  14. Diwali (October 24th-25th):
    • Festival of Lights
    • Friday Restricted Holiday, Full Weekend Celebration
  15. Milad Un Nabi/Eid-E-Milad (December 8th):
    • Prophet Muhammad’s Birth Anniversary
    • Saturday Observance
  16. Christmas (December 25th):
    • Celebration of Jesus Christ’s Birth
    • Sunday Observance
  17. New Year’s Day (January 1st):
    • Start of the Gregorian Calendar
    • Monday Celebration

Regional Holidays:

  1. Makar Sankranti/Pongal (January 14th):
    • South Indian Harvest Celebration
    • Saturday Observance
  2. Vasant Panchami (January 30th):
    • Arrival of Spring in North India
    • Monday Celebration
  3. Guru Ravidas Jayanti (February 19th):
    • Birth Anniversary Celebration
    • Sunday Observance
  4. Mahashivaratri (February 17th):
    • North and West India Celebration
    • Saturday Observance
  5. Holi (March 17th-18th):
    • North India Celebration
    • Sunday-Monday Weekend
  6. Baisakhi/Vaisakhi (April 13th):
    • Punjab Harvest Festival
    • Thursday Celebration
  7. Rath Yatra (July 1st):
    • Lord Jagannath’s Annual Journey
    • Saturday Observance
  8. Ganesh Chaturthi (September 4th-5th):
    • Celebrated in Maharashtra
    • Thursday-Friday Weekend
  9. Navratri (September 28th – October 6th):
    • Celebration Across India
    • Two-Weekend Coverage
  10. Dussehra (October 5th):
    • Widely Celebrated Across North India
    • Saturday Observance
  11. Diwali (October 24th-25th):
    • Celebrated Across India
    • Friday-Saturday Weekend
  12. Guru Nanak Jayanti (November 20th):
    • Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji
    • Sunday Observance
  13. Christmas (December 25th):
    • Celebrated in Parts of North East India and Goa
    • Sunday Observance

Some locations also observe local festivals like Bonalu in Telangana, Onam in Kerala which usually falls in August TCS Holidays List 2024.

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