Perspectives from ISB

Civil Services Day holds significant importance as it provides a platform to acknowledge and celebrate the invaluable contributions of civil servants to the nation. This annual observance not only honours their dedication, integrity, and hard work but also highlights their crucial role in the country’s governance and development.

I recently had the privilege of engaging with Agam Singh Bedi, IRS, Deputy Director of Income Tax (Investigation), Mohali, during a lunch event. He offered insights and captivating anecdotes from his career in the realm of income tax, shedding light on its complexities and challenges.

However, what captured my attention was his unwavering dedication to principles like transparency, integrity, and public welfare, which resonated deeply. His commitment to serving the nation left a lasting impression, reinforcing the noble values intrinsic to civil service.

ISB’s gesture of acknowledging civil servants like Agam Singh Bedi reflects their profound respect for civil service. Through initiatives like these, ISB not only fosters connections but also cultivates a culture of learning and appreciation for those who selflessly serve the community.

Civil Services Day also serves as a reminder of the essential values of public service, inspiring both current and future generations to strive for excellence in serving the nation and its people.

In the run-up to the Civil Services Day on April 21, the Office of External Relations organised a series of interactive lunch meetings where civil servants shared their journey and accomplishments with the ISB community.

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