TN Village Office Holiday List 2023
TN Village Office refers to any village office hereditarily prior to the Constitution’s inception for the purpose of carrying out duties related to the administration or collection of revenue, the maintenance of order, the determination of boundaries, or other matters of the civil administration of a village.
There is a list of Public Holidays allotted for the (TN VO Office) by the Tamilnadu government. Apart from Public Holidays, Saturday and Sunday are holidays for TN VO Office. To get more information about the TN Holidays list you can visit our website before visiting the TN VO office to avoid any inconvenience.
Functions of VO authorities
- The VAO is in charge of collecting dues such as land tax and panchayat taxes.
- In order to uphold the peace in the village, the VAO is responsible for reporting any acts of violence, unnatural deaths, caste conflicts, encroachment, natural disasters, etc. to higher officials.
- He is responsible for providing Community, Nativity, and Income certificates for a specific Village in addition to issuing Chitta and Adangal for obtaining loans from Co-Operative Societies and other institutions.
- After checking records and conducting inquiries about the real world, he is in charge of issuing certificates to farmers for various loans.
- If there are any natural disasters, he is in charge of relocating the population and providing food.
- He keeps track of all the farming, irrigation, and other related accounts.
VO Office Public Holidays 2023 for Tamil Nadu
TN VO office Public Holidays List is given below for your reference
|01 January 2023||Sunday||New Year’s Day|
|15 January 2023||Sunday||Pongal|
|16 January 2023||Monday||Thiruvalluvar Day|
|17 January 2023||Tuesday||Uzhavar Thirunal|
|26 January 2023||Thursday||Republic Day|
|05 February 2023||Sunday||Thaipusam|
|22 March 2023||Wednesday||Telugu New Year|
|01 April 2023||Saturday||Bank Annual Account Closing*|
|04 April 2023||Tuesday||Mahavir Jayanti|
|07 April 2023||Friday||Good Friday|
|14 April 2023||Friday||Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti|
|14 April 2023||Friday||Tamil New Year|
|22 April 2023||Saturday||Ramzan (Idul Fitr)|
|01 May 2023||Monday||May Day|
|29 June 2023||Thursday||Bakrid / Eid al Adha|
|29 July 2023||Saturday||Muharram|
|15 August 2023||Tuesday||Independence Day|
|06 September 2023||Wednesday||Krishna Janmashtami|
|17 September 2023||Sunday||Ganesh Chaturthi|
|28 September 2023||Thursday||Eid e Milad|
|02 October 2023||Monday||Gandhi Jayanti|
|23 October 2023||Monday||Maha Navami|
|24 October 2023||Tuesday||Vijaya Dashami|
|12 November 2023||Sunday||Deepavali|
|25 December 2023||Monday||Christmas Day|
Tamil Nadu (VO) Office Holiday List 2023
Important Holidays for TN VO Office 2023
The Tamil Nadu VO Office follows a list of holidays each year. These holidays may vary from year to year, but usually include national holidays, state holidays, and festivals. Some examples of holidays observed by the Tamil Nadu VO are:
- Republic Day (26th January)
- Independence Day (15th August)
- Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti (2nd October)
- Diwali (Festival of lights)
- Pongal (harvest festival)
- Christmas Day (25th December)
- Eid-ul-Fitr (end of Ramadan)
- Muharram (Islamic New Year)
It’s important to note that the VO may also be closed on additional days for administrative reasons or for staff training. It is always best to check with VO directly or their website before visiting to avoid any inconvenience.