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Engineer's Day is observed in several countries on various dates of the year. As of the 20th of November 2019, the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO) has designated March 4th as 'World Engineering Day for a Sustainable World'.
|Australia||Week of 4 to 10 August in 2014|
|Brazil||11 December 1933||Day that the Law 23.659 regulated the Engineer, Architect and Surveyor professions.|
|Bulgaria||Week of 17 to 23 February in 2014|
|Canada||Month of March|
|Costa Rica||July 20||Corresponds to the date of Panamerican engineer's day|
|Croatia||March 2||Engineer's Day is celebrated on 2 March as a tribute to the date in 1878 on which first associatian of engineers was established in Zagreb.|
|Dominican Republic||August 14 in 2014|
|Egypt||September, date variable|
|France||April 3 in 2014|
|Greece||March 10||Known across the engineering student community as "Chiplunkar Chanera Group"|
|India||Sep 15||It is celebrated as tribute to the greatest Indian engineer and Bharat Ratna Sir Mokshagundam Vishweshvaraya (popularly known as Sir MV). However the Telangana state celebrates Engineers day on July 11th on the birthday of Ali Nawaz Jung Bahadur|
|Iran||Week of 19 to 25 February - (24 February every year)||This day is celebrated to respect Nasir al-Din al-Tusi, Iranian scientist.|
|Ireland||9 to 15 February in 2014|
|Israel||January 22||יום המהנדס/ת הישראלי/ת - Israel Engineer's day|
|Korea||March 30 in 2014|
|Luxembourg||February 8 in 2014|
|Malaysia||Movable. Engineer’s week in 2017 20-26 August|
|Nepal||Shrawan 3, (Vikram Samvat calendar)||Nepali Students and Groups affiliated with NOSK Celebrates Engineer's Day on Software Freedom Day|
|Netherlands||Third Wednesday of March (e.g. 19 March 2014).|
|Pakistan||10 January in 2014||When Pakistan Engineering Council came into being for the regulation of engineering profession and education in Pakistan. Only celebrated in 2014|
|Poland||August 14 in 2014|
|Portugal||November 23 in 2014|
|Puerto Rico||13 to 19 May in 2014||Engineer's & Geometer's week|
|Romania, South Africa||September 14|
|Russia||December 22||Power Engineer's day|
|Singapore||23 to 24 July 2016||Organised by The Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES)|
|Slovakia||March 16 in 2014|
|Sri Lanka||September 15|
|Switzerland||March 15||Tag der Ingenieure - 15.03. The engineer's day was launched on March 15, 2018 by Daniel Löhr (civil engineer FH / STV) and Christian Vils (electrical engineer FH / STV). The day of the engineers becomes a nationwide event every year in Switzerland. On this day, the company should pay tribute to the achievements of the engineers, who enable us to lead a carefree life.|
|Tunisia||October 26 in 2013|
|United Kingdom||Week of 14 to 23 March in 2014|
|United States of America||Week of February 22||Always the week in February that encompasses George Washington's birthday|
|Venezuela||October 28||In commemoration of the installment of the Engineers College on October 28, 1861|
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