Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Social Media Day - 30 June

Social Media Day Promoted Initially by Mashable 


Celebrate the revolution of media becoming social.

Celebrate the changes in media that have empowered us to stay connected to information in real time,

Celebrate the tools that have enabled us to communicate from miles apart,

Celebrate  the platforms that have given us a mass communication voice

It’s a revolution worth celebrating.

Social Media World

The rise of a digital artisan and maker is redefining innovation. We can determine and build our own world as the barriers to reaching and having a conversation with the planet fall away.

Write or Blog on Social Media

Social Media Day -  30 June - Blogging Challenge

Social Media gave Mass Communication Ability to Masses.

Social Media Made Everybody an Author.

Social Media Provided Real Time Communication Facility to Masses.

Social Media Enabled Explosion of Knowledgeable People.

Social Media Made Learning More Easy and Economical.

Social Media on Social Media -  Social Media Articles and Blog Posts on Social Media

Social Media Marketing - Online Book of Collected Articles

Importance of Social Media in Marketing Media Mix

As of April 2012, social media accounted for 7.4 percent of the marketing budgets of American companies. A survey released from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business indicated that social media share will  rise to 19.5 percent of company marketing budgets within five years. This dramatic increase in funding for social media marketing among corporations signifies that entire careers can be based on the effective use of social media vehicles, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linkedin for businesses.
http://www.cmosurvey.org/blog/social-media-spend-continues-to-soar/  )


FaceBook dominates social media - 2.79 billion active users.

My Global Top Blogs  - Management Theory Review - Industrial Engineering Knowledge Center


The first social media platform ever to be launched was Sixdegrees in 1997. At its peak, Sixdegrees had over a million users but it was eventually shut down in 2001.

The first modern social media platform was Friendster in 2002.  

LinkedIn, the first business-focused social media platform was launched in 2003. 

MySpace launched in 2004, the same year as Facebook.  By 2006 MySpace was the largest social media platform in the world, with users loving the customized profiles that also enabled them to post their music.

YouTube launched its website dedicated to video in 2005.

Twitter platform was started in 2006. 

Instagram launched in 2010 and saw rapid growth, gaining over a million users within the first couple of months. Facebook purchased the platform for $1 billion in 2012. 

Facebook also purchased the encrypted messaging platform WhatsApp for $16 billion in 2014. 

TikTok was launched in 2016 and has become incredibly popular due to its extensive music and video editing features.


Indian Prime Minister greets on Social Media and encourages all Indians to use Social Media and express and discuss freely.

Use social media innovatively.  Continue expressing and discussing freely.

Greetings on #SocialMediaDay!

Narendra Modi@narendramodi
30 June 2018
Greetings on #SocialMediaDay! The world of social media has played a key role in democratising our discourse and giving a platform to millions of people around the world to express their views and showcase their creativity.

Narendra Modi @narendramodi
30 June 2018
I would particularly like to congratulate my young friends for their innovative usage of social media. Their frank method of conveying opinions is extremely endearing. I urge youngsters to continue expressing and discussing freely. #SocialMediaDay

Social Media Records 2018


University of Michigan - About Social Media Day 2018


World Social Media Day - Save the Date: 30 June, 2015



Preparations are on full swing for celebration of Social Media Day on 30 June 2014


Motorola Mobility partners with Mashable

We share a similar mission to connect people everywhere through innovative technologies.

Parties around the world will bring together digital enthusiasts to honor technological advancements that have given rise to the connected generation.

The State of Nevada officially recognized June 30, 2012 as Social Media Day.

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval and Secretary of State Ross Miller, signed the official proclamation,  on May 30, 2012.

With the proclamation joins Nevada with the state of Arizona and the cities of New York, Toronto, Dublin, Las Vegas, Reno, San Jose and San Carlos, Calif. — all of which have recognized Social Media Day on 30 June.


The cities of Fort Collins, Colo., and Ottawa, Canada, will officially recognize June 30, 2012, as Social Media Day.

The cities’ proclamations were signed by Karen Weitkunat, the mayor of Fort Collins, on June 5 and by Jim Watson, the mayor of Ottawa, on June 13.


GetClue CEO on Social Media Day

Events on 30th June for Social Media Day

Social Media Conference in Texas
organized by Lissa Duty



Cincinnati declared as most social city for 2011


Twitter messages still pouring in for the Day






39 persons met a Mumbai on 1st July

Knol 5439

Updated  30 June 2018,  19 June 2016, 30 June 2012

Saturday, June 19, 2021

Father's Day - Third Sunday - June

Father's Day - 20 June 2021

Father's Day was founded in Spokane, Washington at the YMCA in 1910 by Sonora Smart Dodd.  Its first celebration was in the Spokane YMCA on June 19, 1910. Her father, William Jackson Smart was a Civil War veteran and as a single parent, he raised his six children.  After hearing a sermon about  Mother's Day in 1909, she told her pastor that fathers should have a similar holiday honoring them. She wanted it to happen on June 5, her father's birthday, but the pastors did not have enough time to prepare their sermons, and the celebration was deferred to the third Sunday of June.

In the 1920s, Dodd went to Chicago to study in the Art Institute of Chicago and the event  faded into relative obscurity. In the 1930s Dodd returned to Spokane and started promoting the celebration again and raised the awareness at a national level. She took the help of those trade groups that supply men's gift items, for example the manufacturers of ties and tobacco pipes. In 1938,  the Father's Day Council, founded by the New York Associated Men's Wear Retailers came into existence to consolidate and systematize the commercial promotion. Americans resisted the holiday during a few decades, but the trade groups  kept promoting it and eventually succeeded. By the mid-1980s the Father's Council stated that Father's Day sales are only next to Christmas Day sales for all the men's gift-oriented industries.

 In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers, designating the third Sunday in June as Father's Day. Six years later, the day was made a permanent national holiday when President Richard Nixon signed it into law in 1972.

A Blog in Memory of my Father - Gangadhara Sastry

Father's Day Poems



Song with Lyric on Father's Day

My father on earth is My Father in Heaven





Updated  20 June 2021, 9 June 2017,  19 June 2016, 3 June 2014

Saturday, September 7, 2019

8 September - World Physical Therapy Day - World Physiotherapy Day

About World Physical Therapy Day - World Physiotherapy Day

World Physical Therapy Day is on 8th September. The day is an opportunity for physical therapists from all over the world to raise awareness about the crucial contribution the profession makes to keeping people well, mobile and independent.




2019 year  theme  chronic pain


Chronic Pain Explained

The scope of physiotherapy

Introduction to IFT: Its Uses and Benefits



10 Facts about a Physiotherapist



Research About Physical Therapy

The Revised Research Agenda for Physical Therapy



Updated on 8 September 2019, 8 September 2017

Friday, May 10, 2019

India - National Technology Day - 11 May

India - National Technology Day Greetings - 11 May

Developments in Industrial Engineering From India 

Knol Handbook of Industrial Engineering - 2019

Introduction to Industrial Engineering - 2019 Knol Book

Human Effort Engineering - Knol Book

Technology Development Board - India


The TDB provides financial assistance to Indian industrial concerns and other agencies, attempting development and commercial application of indigenous technology, or adapting imported technology to wider domestic applications.

The objectives are to:

promote new ideas from small enterprises even at the risk of failures;
encourage production of competitive consumer products;
motivate industries and R&D institutions for product innovation;
develop socially relevant and profitable technologies;
identify and act in areas requiring strategic interventions;
Invest in core Technological Strengths to Enable India Industry to Stand-up to the competitive Pressure and Become a global Player.
The idea is that TDB‟s support for technology development and commercialisation should be unique. Besides above:

With its proactive stance, the board:

Facilitates interaction between industry, scientists, technocrats and specialists;
Facilitates the creation of new generation of entrepreneurs;
Assists partnerships with other, similar technology financing bodies;
Creates new job opportunities.

Full Page with Detailed Coverage of India National Technology Day 2015 Events

Assocham celebrates 3rd Innovation Summit on 11 May 2015 - National Technology Day.
 Hon'ble Minister for Science & Technology, Government of India, Dr. Harsh Vardhan will address the 3rd Innovation Summit cum Excellence Awards at 09:30 am.

Program of National Science Centre


The collage of achievements and technologies developed by the scientists and engineers of BARC in Chemical Sciences was inaugurated on the day. The research and development activities displayed encompass different disciplines from fundamental chemistry, material science, functional materials, technologies for energy, hydrogen generation and storage, environment, societal applications such as health care, agriculture, management of water resources etc. In terms of scientific publications
in international journals, BARC was recognised by Royal Society of Chemistry, UK as the single
institute with largest number of publications for 2012-13. 



President of India, Pranab Mukherjee and Cabinet Minister for Science and Technology, S. Jaipal Reddy

Science and Technology in India - Decade of Achievements - 2004-2013
Report of Science Advisory Council

Year End Review - Ministry of Earth Sciences

Science and Technology Policy 2013

Top 10 Military Technology Achievements by India in 2013

We have to increase research - Mint Article

Science and Technology Policy 2003

Updated on 11 May 2019, 10 May 2015

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

International Day of the Girl Child - 11 October


On December 19, 2011, United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution 66/170 to declare October 11 as the International Day of the Girl Child, to recognize girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls face around the world.

Girls face discrimination and violence every day across the world. The International Day of the Girl Child focuses attention on the need to address the challenges girls face and to promote girls’ empowerment and the fulfilment of their human rights.


Theme:  “With Her: A Skilled Girl Force”

Educate your girl child. Make her a skilled person.
Many girls are excelling in number of fields. No field of work or effort is beyond her reach.
Believe in your girl child. Provide her the best education and skills.
You will be benefited as a parent. You will have more happiness in your life. You will have more satisfaction as a person who fulfilled his or her obligation to the life process and purpose.


Theme:   “Girls’ Progress = Goals’ Progress: A Global Girl Data Movement”

There are 1.1 billion girls today, a powerful constituency for shaping a sustainable world that’s better for everyone. They are brimming with talent and creativity. But their dreams and potential are often thwarted by discrimination, violence and lack of equal opportunities. There are glaring gaps in data and knowledge about the specific needs and challenges that girls face.

What gets counted, gets done. The theme for this year’s International Day of the Girl Child, on 11 October, “Girls’ Progress = Goals’ Progress: A Global Girl Data Movement”, is a call for action for increased investment in collecting and analyzing girl-focused, girl-relevant and sex-disaggregated data. One year into the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, improving data on girls and addressing the issues that are holding them back is critical for fulfilling the Sustainable Development Goals

One such issue that is standing in the way of girls’ progress is child marriage. The data is daunting—one in three girls in developing countries (except China) get married before they turn 18. Girls who are child brides miss out on education, are more vulnerable to physical and sexual violence, and bear children before they are physically or emotionally prepared. The cycle of violence that begins in girlhood, carries over into womanhood and across generations. The 2030 Agenda must address their needs and unlock their potential.

UN Women works around the world to empower women and girls and raise awareness on their rights, advocate for the adoption and implementation of laws and policies that prohibit and prevent child marriage, and mobilize communities against the practice.

On the International Day of the Girl Child, we stand with the global community to support girls’ progress everywhere. Let girls be girls.


2015 Theme: The Power of the Adolescent Girl: Vision for 2030

This year, as the international community assesses progress under the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) since their implementation in 2000 and sets goals to be achieved by 2030, girls born at the turn of the millennium have reached adolescence, and the generation of girls born this year will be adolescents in 2030. As we reflect on the achievements of the past 15 years and plan sustainable development goals for the next 15, it is an opportune time to consider the importance of social, economic, and political investment in the power of adolescent girls as fundamental to breaking the intergenerational transmission of poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination and to achieving equitable and sustainable development outcomes.

Adolescent girls have the right to a safe, educated, and healthy life, not only during these critical formative years, but also as they mature into women. If effectively supported during the adolescent years, girls have the potential to change the world – both as the empowered girls of today and as tomorrow’s workers, mothers, entrepreneurs, mentors, household heads, and political leaders. An investment in realising the power of adolescent girls upholds their rights today and promises a more equitable and prosperous future, one in which half of humanity is an equal partner in solving the problems of climate change, political conflict, economic growth, disease prevention, and global sustainability.

Over the last 15 years, the global community has made significant progress in improving the lives of girls during early childhood. In 2015, girls in the first decade of life are more likely to enrol in primary school, receive key vaccinations, and are less likely to suffer from health and nutrition problems than were previous generations. However, there has been insufficient investment in addressing the challenges girls face when they enter the second decade of their lives. This includes obtaining quality secondary and higher education, avoiding child marriage, receiving information and services related to puberty and reproductive health, and protecting themselves against unwanted pregnancy, sexually transmitted disease and gender-based violence.

As the global community launches the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for implementation over the next 15 years, it is a good time to recognise the achievements made in supporting young girls, while at the same time aspiring to support the current and upcoming generation of adolescent girls, to truly fulfil their potential as key actors in achieving a sustainable and equitable world. In recognition of the importance of investing in adolescent girls’ empowerment and rights, both today and in the future, the theme of International Day of the Girl Child for 2015 is: The Power of the Adolescent Girl: Vision for 2030.

UN agencies, Member States, civil society organizations, and private sector stakeholders are called on to commit to putting adolescent girls at the centre of sustainable development efforts by making the following critical investments in their present and future:

Invest in high quality education, skills, training, access to technology and other learning initiatives that prepare girls for life, jobs, and leadership.
Invest in health and nutrition suitable to the adolescent years, including puberty education, menstrual hygiene management, and sexual and reproductive health education and services.
Promote zero tolerance against physical, mental, and sexual violence.
Enact and consistently implement social, economic, and policy mechanisms to combat early marriage and female genital mutilation.
Invest in the creation and maintenance of social and public spaces for civic and political engagement, creativity and talent enhancement.
Promote gender-responsive legislation and policies across all areas especially for adolescent girls who are disabled, vulnerable and marginalized, and victims of trafficking and sexual exploitation.
The commitment by the global community to realising the potential of adolescent girls will directly translate into the girls as powerful and positive change agents for their own empowerment, for advancing gender equality and for the sustainable advancement of their nations.


Updated 11 October 2018,  11 October 2016,  11 October 2015

11 October - World Obesity Day Telugu - ప్రపంచ స్థూల కాయ దినోత్సవము

ప్రపంచ స్థూల కాయ దినోత్సవము

ఈ రోజు ఏమైనా చేస్తున్నారా. బరువు ఎక్కువ ఉంటె తగ్గించుకోడానికి.
నేను ఉదయం మధ్యాహ్నం ఆహారాన్ని తగ్గిస్తున్నా. దసరా పండుగ ఉపవాసం కూడా కలిసి వచ్చింది కదా.

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Updated 11 October 2018