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World Creativity and Innovation Day
The United Nations designated 21 April as World Creativity and Innovation Day to raise the awareness of the role of creativity and innovation in all aspects of human development. World Creativity and Innovation Day (WCID) was founded on 25 May 2001 in Toronto, Canada. The founder of the day was the Canadian Marci Segal, who was studying creativity in 1977 at the International Center for Studies in Creativity.In 2017, the 21st of April was officially recognized by the UN as being the World Creativity and Innovation Day. Therefore, the United Nations designated 21 April as World Creativity and Innovation Day to raise the awareness of the role of creativity and innovation in all aspects of human development.
National Civil Service Day
The National Civil Service Day is celebrated on 21st April. Civil Services here, refers to bureaucrats who are permanent executive branches of the Republic of India that form a backbone of the administrative machinery of the country. A civil service is the service responsible for public administration of the government in the country. On the day of National Civil Service Day, civil servants in India dedicate themselves for the cause of citizens, renew their commitment, and bring excellence in work. The Prime Minister, on this day, presents the awards for Excellence in Public Administration. Men and women who work selflessly in public adminnistration, are referred to as civil servants. This includes Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), and a comprehensive list of All India Services and Central Services Group A and Group B.
The foundation of ‘Civil Service’ was laid by Warren Hastings. But Charles Cornwallis was known as the ‘Father of Civil Services in India’ as he made more reforms later. The Government of India chose April 21 as the National Civil Service Day as on this day the country's first home minister, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel addressed the newly appointed Administrative Services Officers in 1947. The historic occasion took place at the Metcalf House in Delhi. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, had referred to the administrative officers as the ''steel frame of India'' or in other words the backbone of the country's administration. Sardar Patel, in his special address, laid out the golden rules and principles of good governance for the civil servants.