The 2018 National Productivity Day (NPD) is observed on which date in India?

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Anonymous User asked 11-Mar-2018 in Current affair by Anonymous User

The 2018 National Productivity Day (NPD) is observed on which date in India?


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Anonymous User answered 10-Sep-2020 by Anonymous User
National Productivity Day i.e. National Productivity Day is observed every year on 12 February. This day is celebrated by the National Productivity Council to promote productivity culture in India.
The National Productivity Council (NPC), under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India, is a premier institution for the promotion of productivity communication in India. NPC works to find solutions in order to increase productivity, increase competition, increase productivity. 12 February to 18 February 2020 will be observed throughout the country as 'Productivity Week'. 
President of National Productivity Council: Guruprasad Mahapatra 

Director General of National Productivity Council: Arun Kumar Jha
The National Productivity Council is going to celebrate National Productivity Week from 12 to 18 February. This year the National Productivity Council is going to celebrate its 62nd Foundation Day. This anniversary is also celebrated as the Diamond Jubilee. The theme of National Productivity Week 2020 is - 'Zero Waste Target'. Essay, speech, painting competition is organized during this week. The main objective of these competitions is to raise awareness towards the producers. National productivity day observed its foundation day as “Productivity Day”. You can know the complete information related to this by visiting the National Productivity Day Wikipedia.
national productivity day theme 2020: The theme of the Productivity Week of 2020 has been set as “Zero Waste Target” which includes achieving zero waste through Recycling.
2020: Zero Waste Goal - Zero Waste Target
2019: Circular Economy for Productivity & Sustainability - Circular Economy for Productivity and Sustainability.
2018: Industry 4.0 Leapfrog Opportunity for India - Industry 4.0 Leapfrog opportunity for India.
2017: From Waste to Profits-through Reduce, Recycle and Reuse - Reduce, Recycle and Reuse through Waste-to-Profit