CSC –CAR now accepting application for April 14, 2013 Career Service written exams

By: 
Mari Cruz / PIA
Posted: 14-Jan-2013 / 1 year 13 weeks ago

BAGUIO CITY, (PIA)- –The Civil Service Commission in the Cordillera Administrative Region (CSC-CAR) is  now accepting applications for the Career Service Professional and Sub-Professional Paper and Pencil Test (PPT)  scheduled on April 14, 2013.

Ruby Olarte, Senior Personnel Specialist of CSC-CAR informed in a radio interview that  applications maybe filed in the  CSC regional and field offices  until February 28.
 
“The CSE is open to Filipino citizens, regardless of educational attainment, who are at least 18 years old at the time of filing of application and who have not taken the same level of examination in less than three months”, Olarte said.
 
Requirements for the PPT are as follows: Four pieces of  recently taken ID pictures with  the following specifications: passport-size with handwritten (not computer- generated) name tag showing the applicant’s signature over printed full name (first name, middle initial, last name, and extension name, if any).
 
Original and photocopy of any of the following;  valid identification  cards containing the applicant’s name, clear picture, date of birth and signature, and the issuing agency authorized officer’s name and signature: driver’s license, Social Security System  ID, Government Service Insurance Service ID, PhilHealth ID, current Company/Office ID, current School ID, Postal ID, Bureau of Internal Revenue  ID, Barangay ID, Voter’s ID, valid Passport, or police clearance.
 
Examination fee for both levels of the written Career Service Exam  is P500.
 
For this year, there are  two  scheduled  written exams. The first  is  on April 14  the second schedule is on October 13.
 
For the Career Service Examination-Computer Assisted Test (CSE-CAT), Olarte said that there will be no schedule for this year due to some changes in computer assisted system and at the same time upgrading of computers in preparation for the opening of the CSE-CAT in all regions. 
 
According to Olarte, more examinees prefer to take the CSE-CAT  as compared to the PPT for reasons that they can immediately get the  results  of their exam.
 
The Career Service Examinations  are general ability tests designed to measure verbal, analytical, numerical, and clerical skills. Passing the CSE entitles one to either a Professional or Sub-Professional eligibility which, along with education, experience and training requirements, is needed for permanent appointment to corresponding positions in the government career service.
 
Olarte  explained that there is no limit set as to how many times an individual takes  the examination;  the only limitation is the proximity of taking the examination wherein at least three  months from the last examination taken.
 
She also informed that notification of results is no longer sent thru mail, it can be viewed at the CSC Website.
 
For more information regarding the list of examination centers and other details regarding the written CSE, visit the CSC website www.csc.gov.ph. (JDP/ MC – PIA  CAR).

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