Important Days in July 2021
Important Days in July 2021
|1-Jul||National Doctor’s day|
|3-Jul||International Plastic Bag Free Day|
|6-Jul||World Zoonoses Day|
|11-Jul||World Population Day|
|12-Jul||World Malala day|
|15-Jul||Youth Skills Day|
|17 Jul||World Day for International Justice|
|18-Jul||Nelson Mandela International Day|
|20-Jul||International Chess Day|
|23-Jul||National Broadcasting Day|
|26 Jul||Kargil Vijay Diwas|
|28-Jul||World Hepatitis Day|
|28-Jul||World Nature conservation day|
|29-Jul||International Tiger Day|
1st July: Doctor’s Day (National)
1st July as observed as a National Doctor’s day. During this COVID-19 period, the doctors are the frontline soldiers who are fighting 24×7 to save our lives. This day is the day to say thanks to them & cherish their contribution to our nations
3rd July: International Plastic Bag Free Day
The 3rd July is marked as an international plastic bag-free day is to spread awareness among the people about plastic bags and their side effects on our nature.
6th July: World Zoonoses Day
On 6th July observed as a World Zoonoses Day to spread awareness about zoonotic disease amongst people and teach them to take the right steps towards its cure. It is a transmissible disease from animal to human.
11th July: World Population Day
Every year 11th July is observed as a World Population Day to shift the focus and attention of the people on the importance of population control issues.
12th July: World Malala day
On 12th July, is observed as World Malala Day by the United Nations as it was on July 12, 2013, that Malala Yousafzai, a 16-year-old Pakistani girl engaged in promoting women’s education.
15 July- Youth Skills Day
On 15th July is celebrated as world youth skills day to encourage our youth to learn about vocational, technical training to become skilled professionals.
17th July: World Day for International Justice
Every year on 17th July observed as a for International Justice, which is required to the need for the emerging system of international criminal justice. World Day for International Justice is also known as Day of International Criminal Justice or International Justice Day.
18th July: Nelson Mandela International Day
International Nelson Mandela Day is observed on 18 July every year On this day we are celebrating the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela in a sustainable way. On this day we look back on what has been done and forward to what will be done to make this world sustainable and a better place to live.
20th July: International Chess Day
20th July is celebrated to remember the founding of the International Chess Federation in Paris in 1924. UNESCO was proposed the idea to celebrate this day as the international chess day and it has been celebrated since 1966 after it was established by FIDE.
23rd July: National Broadcasting Day
The 23rd of July is marked as Indian National Broadcasting day to remember when the first radio broadcast went on air from the Indian Broadcasting Company.
26th July: Kargil Vijay Diwas
On 26th July 1999, the Kargil War formally came to an end with Indian soldiers recapturing mountain heights that were seized by Pakistani intruders. The Kargil war was ended on 26th July which continued approx 60 days. T
28th July: World Hepatitis Day
The 28th of July is celebrated as World Hepatitis Day to raise awareness about this deadly disease.
28th July: World Nature conservation day
World Nature Conservation Day is observed every year on 28 July to spread awareness to protect, conserve and sustainably manage our natural resources.
29th July: International Tiger Day
It is celebrated to raise awareness about tiger conservation. It was created in 2010 at the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit in Russia.