Today is the day ( 4 feb)

Dear Readers,

As we all know in SSC exams General Studies played an important role in getting more marks from the cut off.  To get well verse with GS you all have to work really hard,as GS is the only subject which cannot be completed in a day, it needs time.
For this, we are starting a new initiative named “Today is the day when?”, in which we will post what important events took place in the history of India on the given day.

4-February-1628
Shahjahan was enthroned and proclaimed emperor at Agra

4-February-1924
Kocheril Raman Narayan, ninth Vice President of India and tenth president of India, was born.


4-February-1938
Birju Maharaj, famous Kathak Dancer “”Guru””, was born


4-February-1948
Finance Minister announces nationalisation of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) after Sept 30, 1948.


4-February-1974
Satyendra Nath Bose, a noted mathematician, professor and physicist, passed away at Calcutta. He contributed greatly to statictical mechanics, the electromagnetic properties of ionosphere, the therories of X-ray crystallography and thermoluminescence, and unified field theory. Bose instituted “”Planck’s Law and “the Hypothesis of Light Quana”


4-February-1990
Ernakulam was declared the first totally literate district in India.


4-February-1994
India elected to the executive boards of UNDP, UN Population Fund and UNICEF.

4-February 
‘We can. I can.’ That is the tagline for the 2016 World Cancer Day on 4 February. Marking the 10th anniversary of the global awareness campaign, the aim this year is to prove that every single person can make a difference in the fight against cancer.









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