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[[Indian Civil Service|ഇന്ത്യൻ സിവിൽ സർവീസിൽ]] ചേർന്ന ആദ്യ ഇന്ത്യക്കാരനാണ് '''Satyendranath Tagore''' ({{IPAc-en|ʃ|ə|ˈ|t|ɛ|n|d|r|ə|n|ɑ:|t|_|t|æ|ˈ|ɡ|ɔːr}}; {{lang-bn|সত্যেন্দ্রনাথ ঠাকুর}}; {{IPA-bn|ʃɔt̪ɛnd̪ronat̪ʰ ʈʰakur|}}) (1 ജൂൺ 1842 – 9 ജനുവരി 1923). എഴുത്തുകാരൻ, സംഗീതസവിധായകൻ, ഭാഷാപണ്ഡിതൻ എന്നീ നിലകളിൽ പ്രശസ്തനായ അദ്ദേഹം [[British Raj|ബ്രിട്ടീഷ് ഭരണകാലത്ത്]] സ്ത്രീശാക്തീകരണത്തിനായി വലിയ സംഭാവനകൾ നൽകിയ വ്യക്തിയാണ്.<ref name = "Bose554">Sengupta, Subodh Chandra and Bose, Anjali (editors), ''Sansad Bangali Charitabhidhan'' (Biographical dictionary) Vol I, 1976/1998, pp. 554–5, Sahitya Sansad, {{ISBN|81-85626-65-0}} {{BnIn iconlang|bn}}.</ref><ref name = "Bandopadhyay">Bandopadhyay, Hiranmay, ''Thakurbarir Katha'', pp. 98–104, Sishu Sahitya Sansad {{BnIn iconlang|bn}}.</ref>
 
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==സിവിൽ സർവീസ്==
For a long time, only British officers were appointed to all covenanted posts.<ref name = "Sengupta">Sengupta, Nitish, ''History of the Bengali-speaking People'', p. 275, UBS Publishers’ Distributors Pvt. Ltd., {{ISBN|81-7476-355-4}}.</ref> In 1832, the posts of ''munsif'' and ''sadar amin'' were created and opened to Indians.<ref>Sastri, Sivanath, ''[[Ramtanu Lahiri O Tatkalin Bangasamaj]]'', 1903/2001, p. 86, New Age Publishers Pvt. Ltd {{BnIn iconlang|bn}}.</ref> In 1833, the posts of deputy magistrate and deputy collector were created and opened to Indians.<ref>Sastri, Sivanath, ''Ramtanu Lahiri O Tatkalin Bangasamaj'', p. 73.</ref> The ICS Act of 1861 established the Indian Civil Service. The Act of 1853 had already established the practice of recruiting covenanted civilians through competitive examinations.<ref name = "Sengupta"/>
 
It was a daunting task to go to England and compete with the British for a position. However, his friend [[Monomohun Ghose]] offered encouragement and support, and both of them set sail for England in 1862 to prepare for and compete in the civil service examinations.<ref name = "Bandopadhyay"/>
 
Satyendranath was selected for the Indian Civil Service in June, 1863. He completed his probationary training and returned to India in November 1864.<ref name = "Bandopadhyay"/> Monomohun Ghose did not succeed in the examination for the ICS but was called to the bar.<ref>Devi Choudhurani, Indira, ''Smritisamput'', Rabindrabhaban, Viswabharati, p. 187 {{BnIn iconlang|bn}}.</ref> Satyendranath was posted to [[Bombay presidency]], which then covered western parts of present-day [[Maharashtra]], [[Gujarat]] and [[Sindh]]. After initial posting of four months in Bombay (now [[Mumbai]]), he had his first active posting at [[Ahmedabad]].<ref name = "Bandopadhyay"/>
 
With postings at numerous towns he travelled across the country. Because of his long stay away from home many in his family visited him and stayed with him for long periods. Amongst his regular visitors were his younger brothers [[Jyotirindranath Tagore]] (1849–1925) and Rabindranath Tagore (1861–1941), the [[Nobel Prize]]–winning poet, and his sister [[Swarnakumari Devi]].<ref name = "Bandopadhyay"/>
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