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08 August, 2019

Civilian Awards in India

Civilian Awards in India


An award is given to a person, a group of people, or an organization in recognition of their excellence in a certain field.

Award is recognition given in honor of an achievement in any field. Prize or Certificate is given for doing something well.

1. Bharat Ratna:

Bharatha Ratna

It is the most prestigious and highest civilian award in India. The award is given in recognition of exceptional service/performance of the highest order without distinction of race, occupation, position, or sex.

Bharat Ratna award was earlier conferred for performance in categories like arts, science and literature. In Dec 2011 government of India changed the criteria for nomination as any field of human Endeavour.

The recommendation for nomination is made by Prime Minister of India and is sent to President. President is the final authority to select the winner out of maximum 3 recommendations/suggestions given by Prime Minister.

In a special ceremony held in April 1958, Dhondo Keshav Karve was awarded on his 100th birthday. Dhondo Karve was famous social activist and reformer. He was popularly known as Maharishi Karve. Queen’s road in Mumbai was renamed to Dhondo Keshav Karve.

Lal Bahadur Shastri was the first person to be awarded posthumously. Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi were the only Prime Ministers who recommended their own names for this award.

The bharat ratna awarded to one naturalized citizen i.e. mother Teresa. The bharat ratna awarded to two non Indians, Pakistan national khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan and former South African President Nelson Mandela.

Important Points:
  • Front: An image of the Sun along with the words Bharat Ratna, inscribed in Devanagari script, on a peepal (Ficus religiosa) leaf.
  • Back: A platinum State Emblem of India placed in the centre with the national motto, Satyameva Jayate (Truth alone triumphs) in Devanagari script.
  • Established: The award was started by former President of India Rajendra Prasad on 2nd January, 1954.
  • Presented by: President of India
  • Benefits: No cash or monetary benefits.
  • First Awarded: C. Rajagopalachari, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, C.V.Raman in 1954
  • Total Awards: 48 till 2019

Padma Awards

Padma awards are given in three types.

  • 1. Padma vibhushan
  • Padma bhushan
  • Padma shri

Padma awards are one of the highest civilian honors of India announced annually on the eve of the republic.The recommendations for Padma Awards are received from the State Governments/Union Territory Administrations, Central Ministries/Departments, Institutions of Excellence, etc. which are considered by the Awards Committee.

On the basis of the recommendations of the Awards Committee, and after approval of the Home Minister, Prime Minister and President.

However, Government servants including those working with PSUs, except doctors and scientists, are not eligible for these Awards. The Padma Awards Committee is constituted by the Prime Minister every year.

The total number of awards to be given in a year (excluding posthumous awards and to foreigners) should not be more than 120.

He Awards are announced on 26th January every year and are presented by the President of India in an awards presentation ceremony held at Rashtrapati Bhavan. The ceremony is generally held in the month of March/April.

The award does not amount to a title and cannot be used as a suffix or prefix to the awardees’ name on letterheads, invitation cards, posters, books etc. In the case of any misuse, the awardees will forfeit the award.

No cash allowance or any facility/benefit in terms of concession etc. in rail/air travel is attached to these awards. Padma Awards are given for exceptional and distinguished service in any field including service rendered by Government servants. Presidential Notification issued on January 8, 1955 for padma awards.

On its observe the words padma meaning lotus in Sanskrit and shri a Sanskrit derived honorific equivalent to mr or ms. The award seeks to recognize achievements in all fields of activities or disciplines where an element of republic service is involved.

The award announced every year on republic day but excepted years 1977, 1980, 1993, and 1997. The padma awards do not include any benefits i.e. cash allowances, special concessions in rail or air travel. This includes any such use on letterheads, invitation cards, posters, books etc.

2. Padma vibhushan:

Padma vibhushan

It is the 2nd highest civilian award of the republic of India. The award is given for exceptional and distinguished service without distinction of race, occupation or position or sex.

The award is given in any field including government servants including doctors and scientists but excluding those working with the public sector understanding.

Important Points:
  • Previous name(s) : Padma Vibhushan "Pahla Varg" (Class I)
  • Established : 1954
  • Front: A centrally located lotus flower is embossed and the text "Padma" written in Devanagari script is placed above and the text "Vibhushan" is placed below the lotus.
  • Back: A platinum Emblem of India placed in the centre with the national motto of India, "Satyameva Jayate" (Truth alone triumphs) in Devanagari Script
  • First awarded: Satyendra Nath Bose, Nandalal Bose, Zakir Husain
  • Total awarded: 307

3. Padma Bhushan:

Padma bhushan

It is the 3rd highest civilian award in India. the award is given for distinguished service of a high order without distinction of race occupation, position, or sex. As of 2018 the award has been conferred on 1240 individuals, including 10 posthumous and 94 non citizen recipients.

Important Points:
  • Previous name(s) : Padma Vibhushan "Dusra Warg" (Class II)
  • Front: A centrally located lotus flower is embossed and the text "Padma" written in Devanagari script is placed above and the text "Bhushan" is placed below the lotus.
  • Back: A platinum India placed in the centre with the national motto of India, "Satyameva Jayate" (Truth alone triumphs) in Devanagari Script
  • Established: on 2 January 1954.
  • First Awarded: Homi Jahangir Bhabha, Shanti Swaroop Bhatnagar, Mahadeva Iyer Ganapati
  • Total Awards: 94

4. Padma Shri:

Padma shri

It is the fourth highest civilian award. It recognizes the contribution of Indian citizens in various spheres of activity including arts, education, industry, literature, science, sports, social service and public life.

In 1960s mg ramachandran refused to accept the award in hindi. A centrally located lotus flower is embossed and the text padma written in devanagari script is placed above and the text shri is placed below the lotus.

Important Points:
  • Front: A centrally located lotus flower is embossed and the text Padma written in Devanagari script is placed above and the text shri is placed below the lotus.
  • Back: A platinum Emblem of India placed in the centre with the national motto of India, Satyameva Jayate (Truth alone triumphs) in Devanagari Script
  • Previous name(s) : Padma Vibhushan "Tisra Warg"
  • Established:1954
  • First awarded: Asha Devi Aryanayakam, Bir Bhan Bhatia. Perin Captain
  • Total awarded: 2840

Remember Awards with Order

Trick 1: Counting Characters.

Bharath Ratna - You can remember easily
Padma Vibhushan - 14
Padma Bhushan - 12
Padma Shri - 9
Remember - Decending oder numbers.

Trick 2: Story

Bharath Ratna - Ra
Padma Vibhushan - Vi
Padma Bhushan - bhu
Padma Shri - sh

Remember - Ravi Bhush

Video for Telugu Audience

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01 August, 2019

List of National Awards in India

List of National Awards

An award is a prize or certificate that a person is given for doing something well in any field. Awards are different types, depends on the field of work.

The award was given for outstanding contribution towards in the field of arts, literature, science and public service. Padma awards are given exceptional and distinguished service in any field.

Bharat Ratna is the highest civilian award in India. Gallantry awards are given for the brave and gallant people etc.

List of National Awards

S.NoAwardField of Contribution
1.Bharat RatnaArts, Literature, Science and Public Services
Padma Awards
2.Padma VibhushanExceptional and distinguished service.
3.Padma BhushanDistinguished service of a high order.
4.Padma ShriExceptional and distinguished service in any field.
Gallantry Awards
5.Param Vir Chakra (PVC)Distinguished acts of valour during wartime.
6.Ashok ChakraValour, courageous action or self-sacrifice away from the battlefield.
7.Shaurya ChakraValour, courageous action or self-sacrifice while not engaged in direct action with the enemy.
Important Indian Awards
8.Nobel PrizeLiterature, Medicine, Physics, Chemistry, Peace, and Economics
9.Karbir SammanSocio Communal Harmony
10.Saraswati SammanPoetry literary works in any 22 Indian language listed in Schedule VIII of the Constitution of India
11.Sangeet-Natak Akademi AwardMusic, dance and Drama
12.Vachaspati SammanSanskrit Literature
13.Vyas SammanLiterature
14.Moorti Devi Award
15.Jnanpith award
16Bihari Puraskar
17.Dadasaheb Phalke AwardCinema/Films
18.Dhyan Chand Awardveteran sports persons
19.Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Awardsports person
20Arjuna Award
21Dronacharya AwardEminent coaches
22Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar PrizeScience & Technology
23Dhanwantari AwardMedical Science
24International Gandhi Peace PrizeSocial, Economic and Political revolution
25Lal Bahadur Shastri National AwardPublic Administration, Academics and Management
26Sahitya Akademi AwardBooks in Indian Languages and English.
Other Awards
1BAFTA AwardsTelevision, Films, Video Games and Animation
2Bourlog AwardAgriculture
3Pritzker PrizeArchitecture
4The Oscar/Academy AwardsFilms
5Booker PrizeLiterature
6Stirling PrizeArchitecture
7Aga Khan Award
8Kalinga PrizeScience
9Grammy AwardMusic
10Abel PrizeMathematics
11Green Star AwardsEnvironmental disasters
12Magsaysay AwardPublic Service, Leadership, Journalism, Literature,creative arts and international understanding.
13Pulitzer PrizeNewspaper and Online journalism, Literature, and Musical composition
14Manthan AwardE-Content and Creativity
15FiFi AwardsIndustry’s creative achievements

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09 July, 2019

Important Lakes in India

 Lakes in India

Here you will get list/collection of lakes in India for competitive exams. Lake is not a part of the ocean. It lies on land and also surrounded by land. All lakes are filled with water. Lakes constructed by rivers and streams.

If you want, you can see lakes in India map. Important lakes in India useful for UPSC and bank exams. Most of the lakes in India constructed for needs of human.

Human-made lakes are called artificial lakes. You can see list of artificial lakes in India and also salt water lakes & freshwater lakes in India

Also Read:
 World Important Days

Remember Key Points:

  • Largest fresh water lake in India – Wular Lake, Kashmir
  • Largest artificial lake in India – Upper lake (Bhojtal), Madhya Pradesh
  • Largest saline water lake in india – Chilika lake, Orissa
  • Longest lake in India – Vembanad, Kerala
  • Highest Lake in india – Cholamu Lake, Sikkim

Important Lakes in India

S.NoLake NameState
1. Pulicat lake Andhra Pradesh
2. Kolleru
3. Chandubi lakeAssam
4. Chapanala Lake
5. Haflong Lake
6. Son Beel Lake
7. Kanwar Lake Bihar
8.Sukhna lake Chandigarh
9.Narayan sarovar lake Gujarat
10.Hamirsar Lake
11.Kankaria Lake
12.Lakhota Lake
13.Sursagar Lake
14.Thol Lake
15.Vastrapur Lake
16.Chandra taal lake Himachal Pradesh
17.Khajjiar lake
18.Brighu Lake
19.Dashair and Dhankar Lake
20.Kareri and Kumarwah lake
21.Macchial Lake
22.Manimahesh Lake
23.Nako Lake
24.Pandoh Lake
25.Prashar Lake
26.Renuka Lake
27.Rewalsar Lake
28.Seruvalsar and Manimahesh Lake
29.Tilyar lakeHaryana
30.Karna lake
31.Blue bird lake
32.Badkhal Lake
33.Beauty lake
34.Brahma Sarovar
35.Current lake
36.Sannihit Sarovar
38.Dal lakeJammu
39.Manasbal lake
40.Wular lake
41.Mansar lake
42.Pangong Tso lake
43.Sheshnag Lake
44.Tso Moriri lake
45.Ulsoor lakeKarantaka
46.Puttenahalli lake
47.Bellandur lake
48.Pampa sarovar lake
49.Agara Lake
50.Byrasandra Lake
51.Hebbal Lake
52.Kempambudhi Lake
53.Lalbagh & Madiwala Lake
54.Pampa sarovar lake
55.Sankey Lake
56.Dalavai Lake
57.Devanoor Lake
58.Karanji lake
59.Kukkarahalli lake
60.Lingambudhi Lake
61.Honnamana Kere lake
62.Palak dil lakeMizoram
63.Tam dil lake
64.Loktak lakeManipur
65.Kuttand lakeKerela
66.Parvur kayal lake
67.Maananchira kozhikode lake
68.Vellyani lake
69.Asthamudi lake
70.Manakody Kayal
71.Padinjarechira lake
72.Punnamada Lake
73.Shasthamkotta lake
74.Vadakkechira & Vanchikulam lake
75.Asthamudi lake
76.Vembanad Lake
77.Umiam lakeManipur
78.Chilaka lakeOdisha
79.Anshupa Lake
80.Kanjia lake
81.Pushkar lakeRajastan
82.Dhebar lake
83.Sambhar salt lake
84.Ana sagar lake
85.Jal mahal man sagara lake
86.Balasamand lake
87.Pichola udaipur lake
88.Jaisamand Lake
89.Kaylana Lake
90.Nakki Lake
91.Rajsamand Lake
92.Ramgarh Lake
93.Talwara Lake
94.Fateh Sagar Lake
95.Rangsagar lake
96.Uday sagar Lake
97.Kodaikanal lake Tamilnadu
98.Berijam Lake
99.Chembarambakkam Lake
100.Kaliveli Lake
101.Kaveripakkam Lake
102.Ooty Lake
103.Perumal Eri
104.Red Hills Lake
105.Sholavaram Lake
106.Singanallur Lake
107.Veeranam Lake
108.Gurudongmar lake Sikkim
109.Gurudongmar Lake
110.Khecheopalri Lake
111.Tsongmo Lake
112.Cholamu Lake
113.tsongmo Lake
114.Skeleton lake (roop kunda lake)Uttharkhand
115.Bhimtal Lake
116.Dodital Lake
117.Nainital Lake
118.Naukuchiatal Lake
119.Sat Tal Lake
120.Bhoj Wetland Lake Madhya Pradesh
121.Lower Lake
122.Moti lake
123.Sarang pani lake
124.Shahpura lake
125.Tawa Reservoir
126.Upper Lake
127.Gorewada LakeMaharashtra
128.Khindsi Lake
129.Lonar Lake
130.Mehrun Lake
131.Pashan Lake
132.Powai Lake
133.Rankala Lake
134.Salim Ali Lake
135.Shivasagar lake
136.Talao Pali
137.Upvan Lake
138.Venna Lake
139.Umiam LakeMeghalaya
140.Harike LakePunjab
141.Kanjli Lake
142.Ropar Lake
143.Amakhera LakeUttar Pradesh
144.Barua Sagar Tal
145.Belasagar Lake
146.Bhadi Tal
147.Chando Tal Lake
148.Keetham Lake
149Nachan Tal
150.Ramgarh Tal Lake
151.Sheikha Jheel
152.Debar LakeWest Bengal
153.East Calcutta Wetlands
154.Jore Pokhri
155.Mirik Lake
156.Rabindra Sarobar
158.Santragachhi Lake
159.Senchal Lake
160.Alwal Cheruvu LakeTelangana
161.Durgam Cheruvu
162.Himayat Sagar
163.Hussain Sagar
164.Osman Sagar
165.Safilguda Lake
166.Saroornagar Lake
167.Shamirpet Lake
168.Bhadrakali Lake
169.Laknavaram Lake
170.Pakhal Lake

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15 April, 2019

Types of Dance Forms

Types of Dance Forms

Dance is a cultural tradition. An ancient time’s dance is the spiritual and religious tradition of India. Dance is an art to express human feelings of joy and happiness.

Dance is only way to communicate using body, eyes, expressions. Mainly Indian dances are categorized into two type’s classical and folk (tribal) dance.

Classical Dance:

The Classical dances of India are usually spiritual in content. The Indian classical dances are eight recognized by sangeet natak akademi. Classical dances are famous in the world.

Important classical dances in India

S.NoDance NameState
1. Bharatha natyam Tamil nadu
2. Kuchipudi Andhra Pradesh
3. MohinittanKerala
4. Kathakali Kerala
5.Odissi Odisha
6. Kathak Rajasthan,UP
7.Sattriya Assam
8.Manipuri Manipur

Folk (Tribal) Dance:

Tribal area dance is folk. It is religious in nature and tribal area tradition. Indian dances are simple dances. They celebrate any usual occasions with this type of dance.

Important Folk (Tribal) dances in india

S.NoDance NameState
1. GiddhaPunjab
2. Bhangra Punjab
3. DumhalJammu and Kashmir
4.Saang Haryana
5. GarbaGujarat
6. Dandiya RaasGujarat
7.Nati Himachal Pradesh
8. KaragamTamil Nadu
9.Bihu Assam
10. ChholiyaUttarakhand
11.Raaslila Uttar Pradesh
12.Ghoomar Rajasthan
13.Kalbelia Rajasthan
14. KhayalRajasthan
15. Ottam Thullal Kerala
16. TheyyamNorth Kerala
17. Yakshaganam Karnataka
18. Jatra West Bengal

Dances In The World:

Dance is performing art from movement of the body in a rhythmic way or sequence of selected human movements.

World of Dances

S.NoDance NameCountry
1. Ballet France, Russia
2.Break Dance Africa, America
3. Lion DanceChina, Asian
4.Tap Dance United States
5. KabukiAustralia
6. SalsaFrance, US, Mexico
8. Belly DancingEgypt
9.Swing African American
10. Aerial DanceUnited States
11.TangoAfrican, American, European
12.Fandango Spanish
13.Cancan French, Algerian
14. Latin DanceU.S., Europe
15. Iranian DanceSouth of Iran
16. Azerbaijani DanceIranian
17. Disco DanceU.S
18. Folk Dance Israel

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30 March, 2019

World Important Days

Important Days in a Year

Here is the collection of national and international important days for competitive exams. Most of the exams ask the list of world important days for 2 to 3 marks. Exam point of view important days and dates list is enough.

I provided a complete list of important days in India. Here you can see the list of important days in a year. This list is enough for preparation.

Note: Just click on the table of contents list link for important days of month.

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Important Days of January

S. NoMonthDayImportance of Day
1.January1Global Family Day
2.January4Braille day
3.January9NRI Day or Pravasi Bhartiya Diwas
4.January10World Laughter Day
5.January10 world Hindi day
6.January12National Youth Day
7.January15National Army Day
8.January23Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose's Birth Anniversary
9.January24National Girl Child Day of India
10.January25National Tourism Day
11.January25 National Voters Day
12.January26Republic Day of India
13.January28Data Protection Day
14.January28Birth Anniversary of Lala Lajpat Rai
15.January30National Martyr’s Day or Sarvodaya Day
16.January30World Leprosy Eradication Day

Important Days of February

S. NoMonthDayImportance of Day
1.February1Indian coast guard day
2.February2World Wetlands Day
3.February4World Cancer Day
4.February6International Day against Female Genital Mutilation
5.February10National deworming day
6.February13 World Radio Day, National women’s day or Sarojini Naidu’s Birthday
7.February20World Day of Social Justice
8.February21International Mother Language Day
9.February24Central Excise Day
10.February28National Science Day

Important Days of March

S. NoMonthDayImportance of Day
1.March1Zero discrimination day
2.March3National Defense Day, World wild life day
3.March4National Safety Day, National Security Day
4.March8International Women’s’ Day
5.March13World Rotaract Day
6.March14World Pie day
7.March15World Consumer Rights Day, World Disabled Day
8.March16National Vaccination Day
9.March18National Ordinance Factories Day
10.March20International Day of Happiness, World sparrow day
11.March21International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, World Poetry Day
12.March21World Poetry Day
13.March21World Forestry Day
14.March22World Water Day
15.March23World Meteorological Day,
16.March24World TB Day
17.March25International Day of Remembrance Victims of Slavery and Transatlantic Slave Trade
18.March27World Theater Day

2nd Thursday of March - World Kidney Day

Important Days of April

S. NoMonthDayImportance of Day
1.April 1Orissa Day
2.April 2World Autism Awareness Day
3.April 4International Day for Mine
4.April 4Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action
5.April 5National Maritime Day
6.April 6International day of sport for development and peace
7.April 7World Health Day
8.April 8World Romani Day
9.April 10homeo pathy day
10.April 11National Safe Motherhood Day
11.April 12International day of human space flight day
12.April 14B.R.Ambedkar Remembrance Day
13.April 15himachal day
14.April 17World Haemophilia Day
15.April 18World Heritage Day
16.April 21National Civil Services Day
17.April 22World Earth Day
18.April 23World Book and Copyright Day
19.April 23World English Language Day
20.April 24National panchayat raj day
21.April 25World Malaria Day
22.April 26World Intellectual Property Day
23.April 28World day for Safety and Health at work
24.April 29World Dance Day
25.April 30International Jazz Day

Important Days of May

S. NoMonthDayImportance of Day
1.May 1World Labor Day, Maharashtra Day
2.May 3Press Freedom Day World Asthma Day
3.May 4International Firefighters’ Day
4.May 5World Midwives Day
5.May 7World Athletics Day
6.May 8World Red Cross Day
7.May 8 Remembrance and Reconciliation for Lost Lives Of Second World War
8.May 10International Migratory Bird Day
9.May 11National technology day
10.May 12International Nurses Day
11.May 13International Criminal Court Day
12.May 14Fair trade day
13.May 15International Day of the Families
14.May 16dengue day
15.May 17World Tele-communication and Information Society Day
16.May 17World Hypertension Day
17.May 17International day against Homophobia and Transphobia
18.May 18World Museum Day, World AIDS Vaccination day
19.May 20World Meteorology Day
20.May 21National Anti Terrorism Day
21.May 22International Day for Biological Diversity
22.May 24Commonwealth Day
23.May 25World Missing Children’s day
24.May 29International Day of Peacekeepers
25.May 30Hindi journalism day
26.May 31World Anti Tobacco Day

2nd Sunday of May - World Mother Day

Important Days of June

S. NoMonthDayImportance of Day
1.June 1Global Day of Parents, milk day
2.June 4World Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression
3.June 5World Environment Day
4.June 8World Oceans Day
5.June 12World Day against Child Labor
6.June 14World Blood Donor Day
7.June 15World elder abuse awareness day
8.June 16International Integration Day
9.June 20World Refugee Day
10.June 21World yoga day, World Music Day,
11.June 23International Olympic Day
12.June 23United Nations Public Service Day,
13.June 23International Widows Day
14.June 26International Day against Drug abuse and Illicit Trafficking,
15.June 26International Day in support of Victims of torture

3rd Sunday of Jun - World Father’s Day

Important Days of July

S. NoMonthDayImportance of Day
1.July 1World Doctor’s Day
2.July 2World Sports Journalists Day
3.July 2World UFO day
4.July 4America Independence Day
5.July 6World Zoonoses Day
6.July 7World Chocolate Day
7.July 11World Population Day
8.July 12International Malala Day
9.July 18International Nelson Mandela Day
10.July 26Kargil Vijay Diwas or Kargil Memorial Day or Kargil Victory Day
11.July 28World Nature Conservation Day
12.July 28World Hepatitis Day
13.July 29International Tiger Day

Important Days of August

S. NoMonthDayImportance of Day
1.August 6Hiroshima Day
2.August 6Anti Nuclear Day
3.August 8World Senior Citizen Day
4.August 9Nagasaki Day
5.August 9 Quit India Day
6.August 12International Youth Day
7.August 13International Left Handers Day
8.August 14Pakistan’s Independence Day
9.August 15India’s Independence Day
10.August 15International Mourning Day
11.August 19World Humanitarian Day
12.August 19World Photography Day
13.August 20National Sadbhavna Divas or Birthday of Rajiv Gandhi
14.August 20World Mosquito Day
15.August 20Indian Akshay Urja Diwas or day
16.August 21National Senior Citizen Day
17.August 23International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and Its Abolition
18.August 29National Sports Day or Dhyanchand's Birthday
19.August 30International day of the victims of enforced Disappearances

First Sunday in August - International Friendship Day

Important Days of September

S. NoMonthDayImportance of Day
1.September 2World Coconut Day
2.September 5National Teacher’s Day or Dr. Radhakrishanan's Birth Day
3.September 5Sanskrit Day
4.September 7World Forgiveness Day
5.September 8World Literacy Day
6.September 10World Anti-Suicide Day
7.September 14Hindi Diwas or Hindi Day
8.September 14World First Aid Day
9.September 15International Day of Democracy
10.September 15International Engineer’s Day
11.September 16World Ozone Day
12.September 20RPF Foundation day
13.September 21World Peace Day or International day for Peace
14.September 22World Cancer Free Day or Rose Day
15.September 23International Day of the Deaf
16.September 26World Contraception Day
17.September 27World Tourism Day
18.September 28World Rabies Day
19.September 29World Heart Day

Important Days of October

S. NoMonthDayImportance of Day
1.October 1World Vegetarian Day
2.October 1International Day of the older/Elderly
3.October 2Gandhi Jayanti
4.October 2International Day of Non-Violence
5.October 3World Nature Day
6.October 4World Animal Day
7.October 5World Teacher’s Day
8.October 6World Wildlife Day
9.October 8Indian Air Force Day
10.October 9World Postal or Post-office Day
11.October 10World Mental Health Day
12.October 10National Post-office Day
13.October 11International Day of the Girl Child
14.October 12World Arthritis Day
15.October 13International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction
16.October 14World Standards Day
17.October 15Global Hand Washing Day
18.October 15International Day of Rural Women
19.October 15Global Hand Washing Day
20.October 15World White Cane Safety Day
21.October 16World Food Day
22.October 17International Poverty Day for its Eradication
23.October 20World Osteoporosis Day
24.October 20World Statistics Day
25.October 20National Solidarity
26.October 24UN Day
27.October 24World Development Information Day
28.October 24World Polio Day
29.October 27World day for Audio Visual Heritage
30.October 28International Animation Day
30.October 31World Savings Day or world Thrift day
31.October 31Halloween Day

Important Days of November

S. NoMonthDayImportance of Day
1.November 1World Vegan Day
2.November 6International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict
3.November 7Infant Protection Day
4.November 7 World Cancer Awareness Day
5.November 8World Radiology Day
6.November 9World Legal Service Day
7.November 10World Science day for Peace and Development
8.November 10Public Transport
9.November 11National Education Day
10.November 12World Pneumonia Day
11.November 12Public Service Broadcasting Day
12.November 13World Kindness Day
13.November 14Children’s Day (India)
14.November 14World Diabetes Day
15.November 16International Day for Endurance or Tolerance
16.November 17International Students Day
17.November 17Gurunanak Dev's Birth Anniversary
18.November 19World Toilet Day
19.November 19National Integration Day
20.November 20Universal Children’s Day
21.November 21World Fisheries Day
22.November 21World Hello Day
23.November 21World Television Day
24.November 25International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
25.November 25World Non-Veg day
26.November 26National Law Day or National constitution Day
27.November 30National Flag Day

Important Days of December

S. NoMonthDayImportance of Day
1.December 1World AIDS Day
2.December 2World Computer Literacy Day
3.December 2International Day for the Abolition of Slavery
4.December 3International Day of People with Disability
5.December 4Indian Navy Day
6.December 5International Volunteer Day for Economic and Social Development
7.December 7International Civil Aviation Day
8.December 7Indian Armed Force Flag Day
9.December 9The International Anti-Corruption Day
10.December 10World Human Rights Day
11.December 10International Children's Day of Broadcasting
12.December 11International Mountain Day
13.December 11 UNICEF Day
14.December 14National Energy Conservation Day (India)
15.December 16Vijay Diwas
16.December 18International Migrants Day
17.December 18National Minority Rights Day
18.December 19Goa’s Libration Day
19.December 20International Human Solidarity Day
20.December 22National mathematical day
21.December 23 National Kisan Diwas day

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International Organizations and Their Headquarters

International Organizations

An organization involves multiple people and final goal is linked to an external environment. The structure of organization may be institution association etc. All organizations have management that determines relationships between the different activities of the members.

Organization word is derived from the Greek word organon. Organon means Organ. Dictionary meaning of organization is the act or process of organized.

International Organisations and their Headquarters

S.NoOrganisationShort FormHeadquarters
1United Nations Organisation UNONewYork (USA)
2United Nations Childrens' Fund UNICEF
3United Nations Population Fund UNFPA
4UN Women UNW
5Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers ICANNLos Angeles (USA)
6International Monetary Fund IMF Washington DC (USA)
7World Bank WB
8Biotechnology Innovation Organization BIO
9United Nations Conference on Trade and Development UNCTADGeneva (Switzerland)
10World Health Organisation WHO
11International Labour Organisation ILO
12International Committee of the Red CrossICRC
13World Trade Organisation WTO
14World Meteorological Organisation WMO
15World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO
16International Organization for StandardizationIOS
17World Economic ForumWEF
18Médecins Sans Frontières MSF
19International Organization of Migration IOM
20International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry IUPACZurich (Switzerland)
21Worldwide Fund for Nature WWFNGland (Switzerland)
22International Union for Conservation of Nature IUCNGland (Switzerland)
23Universal Postal Union UPUBerne (Switzerland)
24United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation UNESCOParis (France)
25Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development OECD
26International Chamber of Commerce ICC
27International Council on Monuments and Sites ICOMOS
28United Nations Industrial Development Organization UNIDO Vienna (Austria)
29International Atomic Energy Agency
30Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries OPEC
31Amnesty International AILondon
32International Maritime Organisation IMO
33Consumers International CI
34Commonwealth of Nations CWN
35International Court Of Justice ICJThe Hague (Netherlands)
36Food and Agricultural Organisation FAO Rome
37North Atlantic Treaty Organisation NATOBrussels (Belgium)
38Transparency InternationalTI Berlin (Germany)
39International Renewable Energy Agency IREAAbu Dhabi (UAE)
40South Asian Association for Regional CooperationSAARC Kathmandu (Nepal)
41Association of South East Asian Nations ASEANJakarta (Indonesia)
42Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation APECSingapore
43Organisation of Islamic Cooperation OICJeddah (Saudi Arabia)
44Indian Ocean Rim Association for Regional CooperationIORARC Ebene (Mauritius)
45Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons OPCW The Hague (Netherlands)
46International Hydrographic Organization IHOMonaco
47South Asian Wild life Enforcement Network SAWEN Kathmandu Nepal

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Bank Headquarters in India

Bank Headquarters

A bank is a financial institution. It accepts deposits from the public and gives loans. Customers can save money in banks and also request loans. Banks invest public money or give loans, to build up their reserve money. Every nationalized bank had more than one branch.

All branches coordinated from one place, where most important functions organized from one location is called headquarters. Every bank exam chance to ask one question so prepare well. I have given important bank headquarters in India.

Bank Headquarters in India

S.NoBank NameHeadquarter
1. Central bank of india Mumbai
2. Dena bank
3. Union bank of india
4. IDFC bank
5.State bank of india
6.Reserve bank of india
7.ICICI bank
8.YES bank
9. Kotak mahindra bank
10. HDFC bank
11. United bank of indiaKolkata
12.UCO bank
13. Allahabad bank
14. Bandhan bank
15.Punjab national bank New delhi
16. Punjab and sindhu bank
17.Oriental bank of commerce
18. Bharitya mahila bank
19.Indian bank Chennai
20.Indian overseas bank
21.Vijaya bank
22.canara bankMangolore
23.Corporation bank
24. Bank of borado Baroda
25. Bank of maharastraPune
26. Syndicate bank Manipal
27. Andhra bank Hyderabad
28.Catholic syrian bank thrissur ,Kerela
29. Development credit bank Mumbai ,Maharashtra
31. Karnataka bank Mangolre,Karnataka
32. South indian bankThrichur,Kerela
33.RBL (Ratnakar bank) Maharashtra

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