The UAE announces the dates of the Eid al-Fitr holiday for students and schools

The Emirate of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates announced the dates of the Eid al-Fitr holiday in the Emirates for schools, private schools, and nurseries.

Students, families, and education sector professionals should anticipate a lengthy holiday, according to the Knowledge and Human Development Authority's official account on the X platform (previously Twitter).

From Monday, April 8, through Sunday, April 14, universities, daycares, and schools will be closed, according to the Knowledge and Human Development Authority.

During the week of April 8–14, all private schools, colleges, and daycares in Dubai will be off. This information was shared on social media.

Monday, April 15 will mark the return to regularly scheduled company hours. We wish you a wonderful Christmas season.

During the week of April 8–14, all Dubai-based private institutions, including schools, universities, and daycares, will be off. As of Monday, April 15, regular operations will start up again. We hope you all have a wonderful holiday.

This statement followed a flurry of announcements from UAE government agencies proclaiming the holiday of Eid Al Fitr.

The private sector's Eid al-Fitr vacation dates were issued by the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratization. Workers for the state may have nine days off due to the vacation, which starts on Monday, April 8.

Government employees in Sharjah will have a 10-day break, according to the emirate.

Note that the Sharjah Human Resources Department had already posted on social media the dates of the extended vacation ahead of time.

Starting on Monday, April 8, and lasting until Sunday, April 14, the emirate's public sector will be on Eid Al Fitr holiday.

This translates to ten days of paid vacation for those working in the industry, when you include in the standard weekend of Friday through Sunday for emirate government agencies and institutions before to the holiday.

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