Important days in July

1st July: National Doctor’s Day  It  is celebrated in the tribute of physician Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy and to recognize contributions of doctors towards society. He was the chief minister of West Bengal from 1948 to the year 1962 till his death. He acquired the great achievement as he accomplished F.R.C.S. and M.R.C.P. within only two years and three months duration. The day is well known for unity and discipline brought by him to the state which was struggling with communal violence.

Bidhar Chandra Roy
Bidhar Chandra Roy

2nd July: World’s Sports Journalist Day – On this day, all members of the sporting media endeavors for excellence in their professional work, to seize every opportunity to use sport as a vehicle for world peace and to be fair and objective without any injustice.

1st Saturday of July: International Day of cooperatives – It is celebrated on the first Saturday of July, to build better cooperative world with the main focus on the theme “cooperative enterprises remain strong in times of crises”. Cooperatives organize this day to gain media coverage and public awareness at a local and national level.

11th July: World Population Day  On this day, member states people vowed to bridge the gap between demand and supply for reproductive healthcare. We must mainstream reproductive health and rights into all developments plans like poverty reduction etc.

26th July: Kargil Vijay Diwas – Kargil wars fighters are remembered on this day and we salute all the Indian soldiers who sacrificed their lives in the Kargil war. This is one of the biggest achievements we have got by losing our great warriors.

28th July: World Nature Conservation Day, World Hepatitis Day – We commemorate this day to prevent our nature from the extinction and misuse. We must focus on the conservation of nature because now days it will diminish due to the industrialization. We require fresh air, clear water for the survival so this is our duty to protect our nature for our own benefits.

World Hepatitis day is celebrated to make people aware about the viral impacts on our body. This awareness is spread through various global events and programs.

29th July: International Tiger Day – This day is devoted to save the wild tigers, as numerous of wild species of tigers have become extinct or are critically endangered. Tigers are the symbol of power and strength, and are living creatures, so it is our duty to save the life of our national animal.

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