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  • 03-Feb-2022
  • World Wetlands Day 2022

    World Wetlands Day is observed every year on February 2 to raise awareness about the importance of wetlands and the need to preserve them. The day commemorates the date when the Convention on Wetlands was adopted in 1971. The World Wetlands Day 2022 is significant as this is the first time that the day will be observed as a United Nationals International Day.

    World Wetlands Day 2022 theme is "Wetlands Action for People and Nature". The theme aims to highlight the importance of actions that ensure that wetlands are conserved and sustainably used.

  • 14-Dec-2021
  • National Energy Conservation Day 2021 - December 14

    National Energy Conservation Day, also known as Energy Efficiency Day is celebrated every year in India on December 14th to raise awareness about the importance of energy conservation.

    The Union Ministry of Power is celebrating National Energy Conservation Week under Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav from December 8-14, 2021. Various programmes have been organised as a part of the celebration including workshops and discussions on the outcomes of Energy and Resource Mapping of MSME Clusters.

    The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) of India, which spearheads the National Energy Conservation Day celebrations every year, had implemented the Energy Conservation Act in 2001. The BEE is a constitutional entity that assists the government in the creation of energy-saving policies and programmes. 

  • 11-Dec-2021
  • Human Rights Day 2021

    The world observes Human Rights Day every year on December 10 to make people aware of their basic rights and also to acknowledge the absence of human rights in various countries. Human Rights is described as a broad range of fundamental rights and freedoms to which each and every human being living on Earth is entitled to. In the current political scenario, Human Rights Day 2021 must not be an observance of one day, but it should also bring our focus towards the people living in regions that still lack basic human rights forcing them to live under crisis and instability. To know more about Human Rights Day, read its significance, history and check the theme of this year announced by the UN.

  • 10-Dec-2021
  • International Anti-Corruption Day 2021

    The anti-corruption day is observed annually on December 9 to raise awareness against corruption and the measures that can be implied to fight it. The act of corruption, which exists in all forms of societies, is considered a threat to democracy by the international community. The anti corruption day 2021 is a reminder as well as an opportunity to address the issue which impacts every significant structure and the lives of people. The International anti-corruption day 2021 sheds light particularly on the problems persisting in the bureaucratic structures of the countries which in turn impacts the functioning of every institution.

    International anti-corruption day 2021 campaign aims at strengthening the relations between countries to take a stance against corruption and to develop measures to curb corruption as well as to recover the corrupted money. Know more about anti-corruption day 2021 and why is it significant in a democratic society.

  • 01-Dec-2021
  • World AIDS Day to be observed on December 1st

    World AIDS Day is observed every year on December 1st to raise awareness on HIV/AIDS. The day has become one of the most widely recognized international health days.

    World AIDS Day aims to raise awareness about the disease and commemorate those who have passed away due to it and celebrate victories in the field such as increased access to treatment and prevention services.

  • 29-Nov-2021
  • National Milk Day 2021

    National Milk Day is celebrated on November 26, to mark the birth anniversary of Dr. Verghese Kurien, who is also known as the father of the white revolution. National Milk Day 2021 commemorates the 100th birth anniversary of Dr. Kurien.

    National Milk Day is being celebrated on Dr Verghese Kurien's birth anniversary every year since 2014. Dr Kurien played an instrumental role in 'Operation Flood,' which led to dairy farming becoming the largest self-sustaining industry in the country.

    The Indian Dairy Association (IDA) had taken the initiative to celebrate National Milk Day for the first time in 2014.

  • 72nd Constitution Day of India celebrated

    India celebrates November 26 every year as ‘Constitution Day’ or ‘Samvidhan Divas’ to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India. On November 26, 1949, India had adopted the Constitution which later came into effect on January 26, 1950. Today, the country marks the 72nd anniversary of the historic event that also marked the dawn of a new era back in 1949.

    Constitution Day of India, also known as ‘Samvidhan Divas’ or ‘National Constitution day’ or ‘National Law Day’ aims at raising awareness about the Indian Constitution. In 2015, the BJP-led government had announced that November 26 will be observed as the ‘Constitution Day’ to promote the Constitutional values among the Indian Citizens.

  • 17-Nov-2021
  • International Day for Tolerance 2021

    Every year, November 16 is observed as the International Day of Tolerance to create public awareness of the dangers of intolerance. As an UN-declared day, the International Day for Tolerance aims to strengthen tolerance among people and cultures by fostering mutual understanding. In 1995, the UN General Assembly (UNGA) declared the United Nations Year for Tolerance. In 1996, the UN declared November 16 as the International Day for Tolerance.

  • 05-Mar-2020
  • National safety day celebrated on 4 March across India

    National Safety Day is celebrated on 4 March to commemorate the foundation of the National Safety Council to raise awareness about the safety measures to prevent mishaps and accidents due to lack of awareness. The Campaign is aimed at renewing the commitment of employees and the general public to work safely throughout the year. The ultimate objective of the Campaign is to ensure integration of OSH in work culture and lifestyle.

  • 04-Mar-2020
  • World Wildlife Day observed globally on 3rd March

    World Wildlife Day is observed globally on 3rd of March every year to celebrate the beautiful and varied forms of wild fauna and flora present on earth. The World Wildlife Day also raise awareness about the benefits that the conservation of wild fauna and flora provides to people living on earth. The day also reminds us of the need to fight against wildlife crime and human-induced reduction of species causing various wide-ranging economic, environmental and social impacts. The year 2020 is also known as “biodiversity super year”.

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