Government of India Calendar 2017 Released By M. Venkaiah Naidu


The Government of India Calendar 2017: Information and Broadcasting Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu has launched Government of India Calendar 2017 today at Press in India. The calendar was released with a theme “Mera Desh Badal Raha Hai, Aage Badh Raha Hai”. Along with this, the minister has also launched digital calendar app. Check out the sneak peak of Government of India Calendar 2017 here.

Government of India Calendar 2017
Government of India Calendar 2017

Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi features on the calendar. The calendar contains all Modi’s achievement in the year. Earlier the government the released Government of India calendar with different themes. The first digital version of the calendar was launched in 2014 by minister Arun Jaitely.

Download Government of India Calendar 2017 Pdf

In the Government of India Calendar 2017, each month carries a quote from the Prime Minister from PM Narendra Modi. The calendar will be in both English and Hindi. Here are some quotes from the Calendar. January month carries quote Skilling India for Youth Led Development ” India is a youthful nation with a talented & determined workforce. Governments massive skill development initiatives are giving our youth the right opportunities to shine & do wonders for the nation”.

February month carries quote Empowering the Poor “Our government is for the poor. We have undertaken a wide range of initiative to ensure all round and inclusive development. The opening of these door of progress and opportunities for the poor will make them the driving force in the journey of transforming India”. Check out more inspirational and aspiring quotes of PM Narendra Modi on Government of India Calendar 2017.

PM Narendra Modi has recently opened a surgical strike on black money with demonetization of banning of Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes. This is one of the biggest achievements made by the Modi. He is the first minister to launch such a daring and bold move. The whole world is praising him for his decision. Currently, PM Modi is trying to make India a cashless country.