UAE Ramadan Working Hours Reduced For Private Sectors

The announcement of Ramadan working hours for the private sector has reduced the working hours in the month of Ramadan

UAE Ramadan Working Hours

Abu Dhabi (Gulf Inside) UAE Ramadan working hours announced for private sector: Workers in the United Arab Emirates will not have to work long hours during the holy month of Ramadan, as the UAE has announced Ramadan working hours for the private sector and reduced working hours during the month of Ramadan. ۔ According to the details, the Ministry of Human Resources and the UAE tweeted on Tuesday that the working hours of private sector employees will be reduced by 2 hours daily during Ramadan.

Earlier this month, the UAE government also announced Ramadan working hours for public sector employees, with official working hours for federal government employees during Ramadan from Monday to Thursday from 9am to 2.30pm. And on Fridays from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

It has been reported that the month of Ramadan in the UAE is expected to appear on Friday, April 1, which is the 29th day of the Islamic month of Sha’ban. On the first day of Ramadan, the people of Dubai will fast for about 13 hours and 47 minutes, which will gradually increase to about 14 and a half hours.

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In addition, many foreign astronomers have predicted not only the first day of Ramadan, but also the possible date of Eid al-Fitr. According to astronomical studies, the month of Sha’ban will be 29 days this year and the month of Ramadan will be 30 days this year. The crescent moon will be born which can be seen for 16 minutes.

The appearance of the moon depends on the weather. If the information is clear then the moon will be visible. Ramadan will be 30 days long. Ga and Eid-ul-Fitr will be on Monday, May 2.

According to the Arabian Weather, in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, the new moon of Ramadan 1443 AH will be born on April 1 at 3:24 AM, so the age of the moon will be more than 15 hours at sunset on the same day. Due to these predictions, Eid-ul-Fitr is likely to be celebrated on May 2 in Pakistan as well.