Important Days in September 2022 : Check here !

Safalta expert Published by: Gitika Jangir Updated Tue, 13 Sep 2022 11:16 AM IST

Highlights

Check here important dates in September at Safalta.com .

The ancient Roman calendar's seventh month has begun. Teachers' Day, International Literacy Day, World First Aid Day, Hindi Diwas, Engineer's Day (India), International Day of Democracy, World Ozone Day, and other significant holidays are commemorated in September. The word "September" is derived from the Latin word "Septtem," which meaning "seven." Check here Free Current Affairs Magazine DOWNLOAD NOW  

Recommended: Study for your Exams with Safalta School online to boost your preparations. 

Also check:

 
 Vedas vs  Upanishads 
 
Democracy vs Republic

List of First in India

List Of Major National Awards In India
 

Interesting Facts About Republic Day Parade

List of Government Schemes in India 2022

 

Important Days in the Month of September

This comprehensive list of September special days will help you prepare for the upcoming events. Check out the following list of important September dates:

1. 1st September : National Nutrition Week

National Nutrition Week is commemorated from September 1st to September 7th to educate people about the importance of nutrition and its value to the human body in order to improve health.

2. 2nd September : World Coconut Day

Every year on September 2nd, World Coconut Day is commemorated to raise awareness of the value of this crop in poverty reduction. This day also marks the establishment of the Asian Pacific Coconut Community (APCC).

3. 3rd September - Skyscraper Day

Skyscraper Day is celebrated on September 3rd.

Free Demo Classes

Register here for Free Demo Classes

Please fill the name
Please enter only 10 digit mobile number
Please select course
Please fill the email
Skyscrapers are extremely tall structures that characterise a city's skyline. The day commemorates a man's ability to create an industrial marvel.

4. 5 September - International Day of Charity

Every year on September 5, the International Day of Charity is marked to abolish poverty in all of its forms and dimensions in order to realise sustainable development goals.

5. 5 September - Teachers' Day (India)

Every year on September 5, the International Day of Charity is marked to abolish poverty in all of its forms and dimensions in order to realise sustainable development goals.

6.

7 September - Brazilian Independence Day

Every year on September 7, Brazil celebrates Independence Day to honour the creation of the nation. Brazil gained independence from the Portuguese on September 7, 1822. Brazil abandoned the monarchical government in 1889 and became a republic, but retained September 7 as its Independence Day.Every year on September 5th, Teachers' Day is marked to commemorate the birth anniversary of India's second President, Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. We honour and praise teachers on this day for their contributions to the formation of responsible citizens.

7. 8 September - International Literacy Day

Every year on September 8th, International Literacy Day is commemorated to raise awareness of the importance of literacy, which is undeniably a question of dignity and human rights. Let us tell you that it is an important component of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.

8. 8 September - World Physical Therapy Day

Every year on September 8th, World Physical Therapy Day is commemorated to provide an opportunity for physical therapists from all over the world to promote awareness about the profession's significant contribution to people's well-being and health.

9. 10 September - World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD)

Every year on September 10, World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) is marked to promote awareness about suicide prevention. The International Association for Suicide Prevention has organised this day (IASP). WHO is also a co-sponsor of this day.

10. 11 September - 9/11 Remembrance Day

This year marks the 20th anniversary of National Day of Service and Remembrance, also known as 9/11 Day. In honour of those murdered and injured on September 11, 2001, the day provides an opportunity to aid others.

11. 11 September -  National Forest Martyrs Day

Because the date of September 11th has historical importance, it was chosen as National Forest Martyrs Day. On this day in 1730, over 360 members of the Bishnoi tribe led by Amrita Devi protested the destruction of trees. They were slain on the orders of the monarch at Khejarli, Rajasthan, for their protest to save the trees.

12. 11 September - World First Aid Day

It is observed on the second Saturday of September, which falls on September 11 this year. The day raises public awareness about how first aid can save lives in times of need. According to the International Federation, first aid should be available to everyone and play a vital role in developing communities.

13. 12 September - Grandparents' Day

It is observed on September 12 this year. It is also observed on other days in other nations. The day, as the name suggests, honours the wonderful link between grandparents and grandchildren. 

14. 14 September - Hindi Diwas

Hindi Diwas is observed on September 14th since it was on this date in 1949 that the Constituent Assembly of India adopted Hindi written in Devanagri script as the official language of the Republic of India.

15. 15 September - Engineer's Day (India)

Engineer's Day is observed in India on September 15th each year to honour the Indian Engineer Bharat Ratna Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya.

16. 15 September - International Day of Democracy

On September 15, the International Day of Democracy is marked to remind people that democracy is about people. This day provides an opportunity to educate people about the value of democracy and the successful implementation of human rights.

17. 16 September - Malaysia Day

Malaysia Day, commonly known as 'Hari Malaysia,' is observed on September 16th. The Malaysian Federation was formed on September 16, 1963, when the former British colony of Singapore and the East Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak joined the Federation of Malaya to form the Malaysian Federation.

18. 16 September - World Ozone Day

Every year on September 16, the world commemorates World Ozone Day. On this day in 1987, the Montreal Protocol was signed. World Ozone Day was created by the United Nations General Assembly in 1994 and has been observed annually since since. This day acts as a reminder to people about the depletion of the ozone layer and the need to create measures to preserve it.

19. 17 September - World Patient Safety Day

The holiday is observed on September 17th. It was established by the 72nd World Health Assembly in May 2019, following the adoption of Resolution WHA72.6 on "Global action on patient safety."

20 18 September - World Bamboo Day

The day is marked on September 18th to raise global awareness about bamboo.

Check, complete list here 

Important Days in January 2022 : Check here !
February
March
April
May
June
July 
August
Important Days in September 2022 : Check here !
Important Days and Dates in October 2022: National and International
Important Days in November 2022 : Check here !
Important Days in December 2022 : Check here !

What is Skyscraper day ?

Skyscraper Day is celebrated on September 3rd. Skyscrapers are extremely tall structures that characterise a city's skyline. The day commemorates a man's ability to create an industrial marvel.

When we celebrate World Ozone day ?

Every year on September 16, the world commemorates World Ozone Day. On this day in 1987, the Montreal Protocol was signed. World Ozone Day was created by the United Nations General Assembly in 1994 and has been observed annually since since. This day acts as a reminder to people about the depletion of the ozone layer and the need to create measures to preserve it.

Free E Books