President Ramnath Kovind will address the joint sitting of the two Houses on January 29 and the Economic Survey will be tabled on the same day, the minister told reporters in Delhi.
The first phase of the session will be from January 29 to February 9. After a recess, Parliament will meet again from March 5 to April 6, Kumar said.
The Recommendation of the session dates was made by the Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs.
First part of budget session to be held from 29 January to 9 February, budget to be presented on 1 February. Second part to be held from 5 March to 6 April: Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar (File Pic) pic.twitter.com/rigPOGiFXK— ANI (@ANI) January 5, 2018
Earlier in the day, both lower and upper houses were adjourned sine-die as the winter session of the Parliament came to an end.
The winter session of the Parliament, which started on December 15 has generally been a stormy affair with Opposition creating ruckus over a number of issues be it PM Modi's "colluding with Pakistan" remark or the Triple Talaq Bill that could not see the light of the day in Rajya Sabha.