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Civil Services Day is celebrated in India on April 21st every year.
It is a day to honor the contributions and sacrifices of civil servants in serving the nation.
The day also marks the anniversary of the first Home Minister of India, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, who is known for his significant role in building a united India.
On this day, the government recognizes and felicitates civil servants who have performed exceptionally well in their respective fields.
The day is celebrated to encourage civil servants to work with dedication, commitment, and integrity towards the development of the country.
It is an opportunity to showcase the achievements of civil servants in various fields, such as administration, education, healthcare, and social welfare.
Various seminars, conferences, and workshops are organized on this day to discuss the challenges faced by civil servants and to find solutions to them.
The day is also an occasion to renew the pledge to uphold the constitutional values and to work towards the betterment of society.
Civil Services Day highlights the importance of public service and inspires the younger generation to consider it as a career option.