The people of the world may enjoy fooling each other on April one, but there are many major events on this date in history. The establishment of the Reserve Bank in India and the establishment of Apple in the US are among the few major events of this century, which witnessed an April day.
The Reserve Bank was established in India on April 1935 and was nationalized on January 1, 1949. It is a central banking system. It has regional offices in New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai.
Talking about the AMERICAN company Apple, it looks like a fairytale. In April 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne founded Apple Inc. in California.
Initially, the word ‘ computer ‘ was also added to its name, but on January 9, 2007, the word ‘ computer ‘ was removed from its name and Steve Jabs landed in the first eye phone market. In terms of revenue, Apple became the world’s largest information technology company and also made a distinct identity in the field of phone manufacturing.
Important Events took place in April 01 throughout the country’s history
1582: The day began to be celebrated as Fool’s Day in France.
1793: The Se what erupted in Japan, killing nearly 53,000 people.
1839: Kolkata Medical College and Hospital started with twenty beds.
1869: Income Tax was introduced.
1869: A new divorce law came into existence.
1878: Calcutta Museum was opened to the public in its existing building.
1882: Introduction of Postal Savings Bank system.
1889: Publication of Hindu daily as newspaper began. The newspaper, published from September 20, 1888, was being published weekly so far.
1912: The capital of India was formally shifted from Calcutta to Delhi.
1930: The minimum age of girls for marriage was fixed at 14 years and boys 18 years.
1935: Establishment of the Reserve Bank of India.
1935: Introduction of Indian Postal Order.
1936: Establishment of the State of Orissa. It was separated from Bihar.
1937: Former Vice President Hamid Ansari was born.
1954: Subrata Mukherjee was made the first chief of the Indian Air Force.
1954: The South Point School in Calcutta, which became the largest school in the world in 1988.
1956: The Companies Act was enacted.
1957: A penny was introduced as the beginning of the right currency: Decimal Coenage. On this basis, the sale of postage stamps also started.
1962: The metric load system was fully adopted.
1969: The country’s first nuclear power house at Tarapur started functioning.
1973: Tiger Conservation Project launched at Jim Corbett National Park in India.
1976: A separate corporation was set up for television, which was renamed Doordarshan.
1976: Steve Jobs, along with his friends, founded the Apple Company.
1978: India’s Sixth Five Year Plan launched.
1979: Iran became the Islamic Republic.
2004: Google announced Gmail.
2010: The 15th census began in the country with the registration of the details of the first civilian President Pratibha Singh Patil.