Civil Service Medal (Vishwamitra)

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Civil Service Medal
सिविल सेवा पदक
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Insignia of the medal
Awarded by the
Royal Coat of Arms of Dhrubajyoti Roy (Order of the Lotus).svg
Rashtradhyaksh of Vishwamitra
TypeState medal
Established8 April 2021
EligibilityMembers of civil service and military
Awarded forrendering valuable contributions for more than six months in respective positions
StatusCurrently constituted
FounderDhrubajyoti Roy
SovereignDhrubajyoti Roy,
Rashtradhyaksh of Vishwamitra
GradesRecipient
Post-nominalsCSM
Statistics
First induction15 April 2021
Last induction15 April 2022
Precedence
Next (higher)Royal Service Medal
Next (lower)20th Birthday Commemorative Medal of Princess Arnisha

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The Civil Service Medal (Hindi: सिविल सेवा पदक) is a state medal conferred by the State of Vishwamitra and is the lowest ranking decoration of the state. The medal was constituted on 6 April 2022 by Rashtradhyaksh Dhrubajyoti Roy, only a week prior to the Crystal Jubilee anniversary of the nation. The medal is conferrable upon members of the civil services, parliament, and military who have rendered their services in their respective positions for a period of more than six months.

Criteria, grades, and insignia

Criteria

The criterion for induction to the Civil Service Medal is reserved only to members of the civil service (diplomats, civil servants), politicians, members of the armed forces for their continued dedication towards the state and the people. It is only conferred on individuals who have served in their respective civil or military positions for a period of more than six months.

Grades

The Civil Service Medal is conferred as a single-grade decoration with the rank of Recipient. All recipients of the medal bear the post-nominal letters of CSM. The medal ranks below all state orders and decorations and just ranks immediately above all commemorative medals.

Insignia

The insignia of the Civil Service Medal consists of a medallion worn on chest. It is composed of a medallion in silver which bears a three-headed elephant on a wreath with the lettering "सिविल सेवा पदक" below. The medallion is hung on a riband which is red in colour with yellow and green vertical stripes at both ends.

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Recipients

2022

Name of the recipient Date
Dhrubajyoti Roy, Rashtradhyaksh of Vishwamitra 6 April 2022
Tanishkaa Patranabish, Rajpramukh of Beltola 15 April 2022
Bishnu Chetry, Rajpramukh of Uttaranchal 15 April 2022
Arnab Sil, Rajpramukh of Madhya Prant 15 April 2022
Anirban Phatowali, Rajpramukh of Kamrupa 15 April 2022
Anoushkaa Patranabish, Rajpramukh of Basistha 15 April 2022
Princess Sarala, Regent of Purvanchal 15 April 2022
Asmi, Senior Princess of Beltola 15 April 2022
Manoj, Crown Prince of Uttaranchal 15 April 2022
Saikat, Crown Prince of Madhya Prant 15 April 2022
Arnisha, Senior Princess of Kamrupa 15 April 2022
Prince Debajyoti, Mayor of Rajagriha 15 April 2022
Abhiraj, Senior Prince of Purvanchal 15 April 2022
Princess Bishakha, Crown Representative of Chandrabans 15 April 2022
Farhaz Hazarika, Prime Minister 15 April 2022
Ștefan Marius Snagoveanu, former Prime Minister 15 April 2022
Phillip Joseph Pillin, former Prime Minister 15 April 2022
Michal Nowacki, former Deputy Prime Minister 15 April 2022
Rory McPhail, former External Affairs Minister 15 April 2022
Jayden Dagsa, President of the House of Councillors 15 April 2022
Tyler Mullins, Speaker of the House of the People 15 April 2022
Carson Snyder, Chief Justice 15 April 2022
Charles Burgardt, Union Finance Minister 15 April 2022
Matthew P. P. Tonna, Union Education Minister 15 April 2022
Sander Koff, Member of Parliament 15 April 2022
William Cooper, Leader of Opposition (House of the People) 15 April 2022
Isaiah David, Member of Parliament 15 April 2022
Lorenzo Marquez, Member of Parliament 15 April 2022
Kevin Doan, Member of Parliament 15 April 2022
Rey Jr. Mancio, Member of Parliament 15 April 2022
Matthew Xia, Member of Parliament 15 April 2022
Arnab Deka, Member of Parliament 15 April 2022
W. Pranit Singh, Member of Parliament 15 April 2022
Thomas Bainbridge, Member of Parliament 15 April 2022
David Augustus, former Deputy Prime Minister 15 April 2022
Eun Jo, Ambassador to Thailand 15 April 2022
Arsal Abbas Mirza, Ambassador to Pakistan 15 April 2022
Matthew Griffin, Chief of Air Staff 15 April 2022
Vincent Wilhelm von Ironside, Chief of Army Staff 15 April 2022
Jacob Caravaggio, Chief of Naval Staff 15 April 2022
Arthur C. de Tourneau, Ambassador to Austria 15 April 2022
Zechariah O'Hair, Ambassador to Australia 15 April 2022
Jules Vierstraete, Ambassador to Belgium 15 April 2022
Arthur Brum, Consul General in Rio 15 April 2022
Jan-Olav Spiekermann, Ambassador to Germany 15 April 2022
Nicolas Millan, Consul-General in Hong-Kong 15 April 2022
Ralf M.M. Stultiëns, Ambassador to the Netherlands 15 April 2022
Su Yi-An, Ambassador to Taiwan 15 April 2022
Juan Cisneros, Ambassador to Venezuela 15 April 2022
James Murray, Ambassador to Lithuania 15 April 2022
Ezri Ambriz, Member of Parliament 15 April 2022
Matthew Hubbard, Representative to MOF 15 April 2022
Thomas Marios, Consul-General in Agrinio 15 April 2022
Paolo Evangelista, Consul-General in Paranaque City 15 April 2022
Larry Martin, Consul-General in Surrey 15 April 2022
Charles von Graustark, Consul-General in Arizona 15 April 2022
Andrew Perdomo, Consul-General in Louisiana 15 April 2022
Michael Shepard, Consul-General in Michigan 15 April 2022
Christoph Billung, Consul-General in North Carolina 15 April 2022

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