Ambassador Hussein Said presenting the Zanzibar Door to the UPSC Chairman Prof. Agrawal
UPSC Chairman Prof. Agrawal with ZPSC Vice Chairman (Right) with H.E.
Office at Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi.
welcoming note, Prof. Agrawal
profound gratitude and pleasure to receive the delegation of the Public Service Commission of the Government of Zanzibar
On behalf of the UPSC and the Government
of India, he
underscored the ZPSC Commissioners' visit to [UPSC Headquarters] India as a sincere endorsement of the longstanding and excellent bilateral relation and cooperation between the Republic of India and United Republic of Tanzania including Zanzibar.
ZPSC Delegation during the courtesy call to the UPSC Chairman Prof Agrawal
enlighten the visiting [ZPSC] Commissioners about the evolution and constitutional status of the current India UPSC
, which he
said was formally transformed into Federal Public Service Commission
in August, 1937 from the previously Public Service Commission
which was formed in October, 1926.
avowed that the Commission achieved its current status [the Union Public Service Commission] on 26th January, 1950 subsequent to the new Constitution of Independent India coming into force.
is consisting of ten Member Commissioners.
esponding to Prof. Agrawal's
welcome remarks, the ZPSC Vice Chairman, H.E.
Ambassador HusseinSaid expressed sincere thanks and appreciation of the Commission and the Government of Zanzibar
to Prof. Agrawal
, the entire UPSC leadership and its staff for their positive efforts that blessed their visit with a warm welcome and cordial hospitality.