National Civil Services Day is celebrated annually on April 21. The Indian Prime Minister honors officials from the national and state governments on this day for their remarkable achievements in public service.
The administrative operations of the nation are supported by the civil service system. It serves as the permanent executive arm of the Republic of India. The administrative departments of the government develop a range of policies and projects.
The day is important because it is when government workers like IAS, IPS, and IFS tend to the needs of the populace locally by offering services.
History- On April 21, 1947, Home Member of Parliament Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel introduced the All-India Services. Later, under the whole Indian government, the previous Indian Civil Services of British India were changed into All India Services. He gave a memorable lecture at the All India Administrative Service Training School in Metcalfe House, Delhi, referring to the government employees as the "steel frame of India" in his remarks.