PDEA AGENTS EXAM SET ON DECEMBER 4
By:Lito Dar / PIA
Posted: 30-Nov-2010 / 4 years 51 weeks ago
BAGUIO CITY – Application for the 2010 Drug Enforcement agent examination is still open and interested applicants can either apply online or go directly to the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Regional Office in Camp Bado Dangwa, La Trinidad Benguet.
The examination will be held on December 4 in four designated testing centers nationwide. For Northern Luzon, it will be at the Baguio City National High School. The other testing centers are in General Santos City for the Mindanao area, Tacloban City for the Visayas Region and in Quezon City for the National Capital Region.
Applicants must be 21-35 years old, a degree holder, a civil service professional examination passer or a Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) license holder. Applicants must be physically fit, of good moral background, computer literate, must have a commendable oral and written communication skills, willing to undergo six months rigid training and willing to be assigned anywhere in the country.
For the height requirement, applicant must be five feet two inches for female and five feet four inches for male.
PDEA-CAR Information Officer Emely Fama is advising competent Cordilleran who may be lacking in height to get a National Commission on Indigenous People certification (NCIP) for them to be exempted from the height requirements.
For application procedure, Fama explained that applicants can fill-up application form at the PDEA-CAR Regional office, or they can download it from the PDEA Website, www.pdea.gov.ph, fill it up, then scan the form and e-mail to email@example.com. Fama also reminded the applicants not to forget to include their e-mail address and contact number to their application form.
Walk-in applicant will also be entertained. They need to bring an original and photocopy of their eligibility and birth certificate. For more details, interested applicants can visit the PDEA-CAR Regional Office in Camp Bado Dangwa, La Trinidad Benguet or call them at (074)422-5544 or 422-2642.
Fama said PDEA hopes to fill-up the 200 drug enforcement agent positions that are available from applicants who will pass the examination. **Lito Dar/PIA