Ramadan Working Hours Are Officially Announced by the UAE

All federal employees and members of the government in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have been officially informed of the Ramadan working hours. The new times will be in effect once Ramadan begins on March 23 in the UAE.

Federal employees will work from 9 AM to 2:30 PM, Monday through Thursday, according to a statement from the Federal Administration for Government Human Resources (FAHR). They’ll be there from 9 AM to 12 PM on Friday.

Ramadan will begin on Thursday, March 23, according to Ibrahim Al Jarwan, chairman of the Emirates Astronomical Society (EAS). Eid-ul-Fitr will fall on Friday, April 21, making it a 29-day celebration.

Pakistan, Bangladesh, and India will not be able to see the Ramadan crescent. As a result, these nations will begin the holy month on Friday, March 24.


Dubai releases its Ramadan school schedule.

For schools in Dubai, the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) has published new Ramadan schedules and directions.

A maximum of five hours of instruction per day is permitted during Ramadan, and Friday lessons must conclude before noon to allow for Jumma prayers.

On request, students who are fasting will be permitted to skip physical education (PE) lessons. To avoid overburdening pupils who are fasting throughout the holy month, homework and revision assignments will also be reduced.

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