National Doctors Day:- In India, National Doctors’ Day is celebrated on July 1 all across India to honor the legendary physician and the second Chief Minister of West Bengal, Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy. He was born on July 1, 1882, and died on the same date in 1962, aged 80 years.
National Doctors Day History and Why do we celebrate 1st July as Doctor’s Day?
In 1991, the Government of India established Doctor’s Day as National Doctor’s Day, which is celebrated on July 1st. This day is celebrated every year on the 1st of July to honor and pay tribute to the most famous Indian physician, Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy (Dr. B C Roy), on the anniversary of his birth and death.
He was honored with the great Indian civil award called Bharat Ratna on the 4th of February in 1961. Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy was born in Patna, Bihar on July 1, 1882. After graduating from Calcutta with a medical degree, he returned to India after obtaining his MRCP and FRCS degrees, where he began his medical career.
Later he became the Indian National Congress leader and then Chief Minister of West Bengal. He passed away on his birthday means the 1st of July in 1962, after 80 years of great service in this world. Behind his name, Dr. B. C. Roy National Award was instituted in the year 1976 to pay honor, respect, and tribute.
Why is Celebrated National Doctors Day?
National doctors day is celebrated every year all across India on the 1st of July to provide honor to the most famous and legendary physician as well as the 2nd Chief Minister of West Bengal, Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy.
It is a great observance in India that helps in fulfilling the actual need of doctors and physicians in the lives of everyone as well as their significant roles and responsibilities. The annual celebration of this awareness campaign helps the common public to get aware of the roles, importance, and precious care of doctors.
This awareness campaign is a great way of attracting all the doctors and physicians in one place to bring them to one track of responsibility towards the life-saving medical profession.
The National Doctors Day celebration is a day to honor all doctors who have worked hard to save the lives of others.
A day dedicated to doctors and physicians is Doctors’ Day, a celebration of their efforts and achievements in the medical profession. It is a day to say their vote of thanks for their love, affection, and priceless care of their patients.
National Doctors Day Celebration
National doctor’s day is being celebrated for years by the government and non-government healthcare organizations in order to get familiar with the doctor’s contributions. The staff of the healthcare organizations organizes a variety of events and activities for the campaign celebration.
“Rotary Club of the North Calcutta and North East Calcutta Social & Welfare Organization” organizes big event every year for the grand celebration of the doctors day.
At a discussion program, medical professionals will discuss topics such as health check-ups, cures, prevention, diagnosis, and proper treatment.
For better and healthier social development, doctors rotate through the community to provide medical services.
Many health centers and public locations organize free medical checkup camps in order to promote quality medical care.
Additionally, the camps offer health screenings, health counseling, lectures on health nutrition, and chronic disease awareness.
Schools and colleges also organize activities to encourage more youth students to pursue careers in medicine.
Discussion on medical topics, quiz competitions, sports activities, availing scientific tools to students for creative knowledge, and implementing new and effective educational strategies for making the medical profession strong and more responsible.
On the 1st of July, patients greet their doctors by distributing greeting cards, appreciation cards, Ecards, giving them a bunch of flowers or bouquets, greeting messages through the mail and etc.
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