Manbir Singh is a 1976 batch IFS officer who took pledge through UPSC Chairman Prof D P Agrawal. A previous Secretary (Economic Relations) in the Ministry of External Affairs, Singh has acquired quite a lot of central titles which includes Counsellor (Commerce & Economics) in former USSR and afterwards the Russian Republic, Minister at the Embassy of India in the United Arab Emirates, Chief of Protocol in New Delhi, Ambassador of India in Hungary, Iran and the Netherlands. He came into this world on 13th of September 1951. He pursued Economics from the Department of Economics, Punjab University(UT). Later, took on Indian Foreign Service in 1976.
- The Union Public Services Commission appertain to UPSC based on a chairman and ten members.
- The Union Public Service Commission (Members) Guidelines, 1969 presides over the stipulations and provisions of service of the chairman and associates involved in UPSC.
- The Chairman and other associates of the Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) are decided on by the President of India. The largest part of the members is Civil Servants either in Central or State Service with minimum 10 years of experience.
- Each member is having an administration till six years in the office or awaiting the completion of age sixty-five years.
- At any moment, a member should defer to the letter of resignation to the President of India or the member can be aloof from the office by the President of India as per Article 317 of the Indian Constitution.