Nijamati Sewa Diwas: Civil service workers day Bhadra 22 | Hamro Patro

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Nijamati Sewa Diwas: Civil service workers day Bhadra 22

This day literally translates to civil servant's day but much broader democratic meaning can be derived from placing in as civil service worker's day. This is a public holiday to be observed and reaffirm the commitment towards civil service by civil workers. The ideals and existence of the civil service are directly linked to the state and the role of the civil servants is incomparable as the state provides administration based on its presence and justice to its citizens. The ideals of the civil service and the behavior of other sectors in this area show public confidence in good governance and administration.

The world-famous German sociologist and philosopher Max Weber, in his various books and ideas, described the bureaucracy as a very profound, sensitive, and ideal mechanism. In Nepal, Civil Service Day is celebrated every year on September 8 with various programs across the country. Administration is needed to run the country and today is the day of service rendered by a government-appointed administrator or so-called employee, Civil Service Day.
In fact, the then Prime Minister Tank Prasad Acharya has started celebrating this day on Bhadra 22nd, 2013B.S, the day he brought the Civil Service Act. From 2062 B.S, Nepal started to annually organize and formally observe this day. On this day, the Ministry of General Administration organizes programs to reward the best civil employees, to honor the ex-employees, i.e. the retired ones, etc., and to encourage and motivate various civil service providers.

This day reaffirms the commitment of civil employees towards the benefit of people and their nation and also emphasis on the fact that the state should also be able to provide living wages to the employees so that they do not have to resort to any means to fulfill their obligations.

In the creation of a new Nepal, the ideals and morale of the civil servants should not be inflamed from anywhere. Many of us have a desire to work in the civil service in the future with Loksewa Books and curriculums in hand, and we must continue to have a strong desire to make the civil service more effective and clean tomorrow.

This bureaucracy, which is mainly based on the taxes we have paid, should be people-oriented, there should be a clear demarcation between politics and the bureaucracy, and the vision of a transparent, service-oriented, and corruption-free administration should be fulfilled. May the transparency and agility of the civil service providers always be maintained, best wishes to all on this day
Good luck to everyone.

Panchami Shradhaa

Stretching from Purnima to Amavasya of Bhadrapada, this Pitri Paksha has its own peculiar importance. Nepal's most downloaded mobile application "Hamro Patro" redefines you and simplifies the cultural, scientific, and social importance of every event and on this convoy, let me elaborate this Panchami Shradhha for you.

During these 16 days of Tithis, Hindu Sanatana followers perform the Shradhaa karma of their ancestors on the respective Tithis of their demise, irrespective of the month or Sukla or Krishna Paksha. This day is important for performing Shradhha or Tarpan of the ancestors who died on this Tithi, normally Bharani nakshatra coincides with either Chaturthi or Panchami Tithi, so this day is also important for doing Shradhaa karma for them who died unmarried.

Blessings of ancestors who visit their descendants during this period of Sora Shradhaa is highly anticipated and acknowledged. This year came with COVID adversities, circumstances are unusual but strong hope of returning to normal is further strengthened.

Meaningful wishes

Suyog Dhakal

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