Naser al Din Shah's period, was the begining of various political, social, and economic reforms, and a prelude to establishment of numerous institutions, headed by the Shah. He was inclined to form civic institutions similar to the West. Hence, apart from active roles of dutiful chancellors such as Amir Kabir and Mirza Hasan Moshir al Dowle, the Shah himself was interested in such centers. His majesty convened an assembly in 1921, namely Good Arrangements Assembley. A masterpiece, made by Mirza Hasan Khan Moshir al Dowle, who made use of the situation and the Shah's inclination in the matter, and took measure on that. The article, resorting to survived family records, has described the appointment and despatch of the monitoring groups as state inspection missions to different regions, in order to report the events. This would retail Naser al Din Shah's interest in the delegations.