National Civil Service Day - A day of introspection for civil servants.

Every year on April 21, National Civil Service Day is being observed in India.
Why National Civil service day celebrate on 21 April
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On this occasion for civil servants to redevote themselves to the cause of citizens and prolong their commitments to public service and excellence in work.
This day is conscript to commemorate ,first home minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's declamation to the probationers of administrative service official on 21 April, 1947 at Metacalf house, Delhi. On that day Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel described civil servants as ' Steel Frame of India'. First Civil Service Day was held at Vigyan Bhavan on 21 April, 2006 on that behalf.As a part of the day prime minister fellicate civil servants for excellence in service. It brings together civil servants to connect eachother.

History of civil service in India
Warren Hastings laid the foundation of civil service. But the actual refome, modernization and rationalisation was started by Charles Cornwallis, called as 'the father of Civil service'.
Cornwallis introduced two divisions of service one for only Europeans ,who occupied higher posts and another one for Indians,for lower posts.
Government of India act,1919 introduced imperial service under Secretary of state for India. It splited into two parts,All India service and Central service.

The present modern day service was formed after the partition of India in 1947 in consequence of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel's vision. It falls under Article-312. 

Indian civil service known for his merit and discipline. Every year lakhs of students appear for entrance examination conducted by Union Public Service Commission. After going through rigorous exam pattern and interview , qualified aspirants begin their journey in this glorious path of service.

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