Tamilnadu Election Office Holiday List
The Tamil Nadu State Election Commission is a constitutional and statutory entity that operates independently and autonomously. On July 15, 1994, it was established under the Indian Constitution in accordance with the 73rd and 74th Amendments Acts of 1992. This Commission is in charge of organizing all local body elections in Tamil Nadu.
There is a list of Public Holidays allotted for the (TN Election Office) by the Tamilnadu government. Apart from Public Holidays, Saturday and Sunday are holidays for TN Election Office. To get more information about the TN Holidays list you can visit our website before visiting the TN Election office to avoid any inconvenience.
Duties of TN Election Office
- Both direct and indirect elections are used to elect members of Tamil Nadu’s rural and urban bodies.
- The Tamil Nadu State Election Commission is granted exclusive control.
- This commission holds direct and indirect elections for the various positions.
- This commission creates the electoral rolls for each seat in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly.
- The rolls are then used to locate polling places.
TN Election Office provides various Postal services for polling votes, applying for voter ID, and changing addresses online. For the original voter ID, you can get it by Postal services or by visiting the office.
Election Office Public Holidays 2024 for Tamil Nadu
TN Election Office Public Holidays List is given below for your reference
|1||New Year’s Day||01-Jan-2024||Monday|
|8||Bank Annual Account Closing*||01-Apr-2024||Monday|
|9||Telugu New Year||09-Apr-2024||Tuesday|
|10||Ramadan (Eid’l Fitr)||11-Apr-2024||Thursday|
|11||Tamil New Year / Dr.B.R.Ambedkar’s Birthday||14-Apr-2024||Sunday|
|14||Bakrid (Idul Azha)||17-Jun-2024||Monday|
|19||Eid e Milad||16-Sep-2024||Monday|
Tamil Nadu (Election) Office Holiday List 2024
Important Holidays for TN Election Office 2024
The Tamil Nadu Election 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 Election office 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 Election office may also be closed on additional days for administrative reasons or for staff training. It is always best to check with the Election office directly or their website before visiting to avoid any inconvenience.