BANGKOK – The Office of the Permanent Secretary to the Prime Minister’s Office plans to organize the 2016 Civil Servant’s Day next week.
According to Prime Minister’s Office permanent secretary Ake Angsananon, the planned celebrations for the Civil Servant’s Day 2016 are meant to pay respect to the late King Rama VII who set foundations for civil servants.
The first day of the celebration will feature Music in the Park at the Public Relations Department’s Hall (PRD) on March 17, at 4.00 p.m. under the theme of “Civil Servant’s Day”.
On March 27, Thai National Symphony Orchestra (TNSO) will perform at the National Theater.
On March 31, the celebrations for the Civil Servant’s Day will be held at Prince Palace Hotel.
On April 1, charity and alms-giving events will be held at Government House.
Lastly, from April 1 until April 3, an exhibition will be held to depict a history of civil servants, coupled with a seminar, OTOP trade fair and various services provided by all ministries at Zpell, Future Park Rangsit Shopping Mall.
In addition, the permanent secretary suggested all civil servants to tend to activities such as cleaning up their premises, religious sites and public places.