International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global day celebrate the historical, cultural, and political achievements of women. The day also is a daylight of action in support of taking action against gender inequality around the world. We all know the world couldn’t run without women. This is the day to be pleased about their efforts! Organizations large and small come together to show women just how valuable they are in today’s society..On International Women's Day, we look at women who have broken the glass ceiling and are leading the way in the hi-tech industry.Every achievement is important and it would be pointless to measure the achievements of one person against the other.
The 28th of February every year is celebrated across the country as ‘National Science Day’ to commemorate the discovery of ‘Raman effect’ by Sir C V Raman. About 90 years ago, Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, had a ‘eureka moment’ when he discovered how light scattered when it travelled in a transparent medium. After two years, this discovery won India her first Nobel Prize in Physics, for a work that was carried out entirely in India.This year’s National Science Day, celebrated to commemorate the discovery of Dr. C V Raman’s ‘Raman Effect’, is themed around ‘Science and Technology for Specially Abled Persons’. One billion people, or 15% of the world’s population, experience some form of disability today, and the prevalence of disability is highest in developing countries like India.
Zero Discrimination Day is celebrated globally on 1 March every year so that everyone lives life with dignity regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, skin colour, height, weight, etc. The symbol of Zero Discrimination Day is the butterfly. Firstly, on 1 March, 2014 the UN had celebrated this day.