PDEA AGENTS EXAM SET ON DECEMBER 4

By: 
Lito Dar / PIA
Posted: 30-Nov-2010 / 4 years 31 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 pdea_acad@yahoo.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

Post new comment

Type the characters you see in this picture. (verify using audio)
Type the characters you see in the picture above; if you can't read them, submit the form and a new image will be generated. Not case sensitive.

OTHER TOP STORIES

              BAGUIO CITY – Mayor Mauricio Domogan last week issued the guidelines in the issuance of locational clearances and building permits over areas covered by Certificate of Ancestral Land Titles (CALTs) in the city....
Cordi solons to file new autonomy bill
Posted: 04-May-2014 / 1 year 8 weeks ago
  Responding to  the consensus  reached in local consultations and aired  in last Wednesday’s Cordillera  Summit here,  the region’s congressional representatives vowed to renew the constitutionally mandated push for self-rule by filing a new bill for...
City celebrates liberation of baguio
Posted: 01-May-2014 / 1 year 9 weeks ago
  BAGUIO CITY – The “unwavering courage, honorable service and unselfish lives” of our World War II veterans should serve as inspiration to the younger generation, thus exhorted Philippine Military Academy (PMA) Superintendent Major General Oscar Lopez as speaker for the...
City prepares for summer vacation
Posted: 31-Mar-2014 / 1 year 13 weeks ago
  BAGUIO CITY - Summer is just around the corner.  The city of pines, being the summer capital of the Philippines will be expecting influx of thousands of domestic as well as foreign tourist this summer vacation. To sustain peace and order in the city, the Baguio City...
300 SPES grantees for 2014
Posted: 31-Mar-2014 / 1 year 13 weeks ago
              BAGUIO CITY  -  The city government here pledged 300 slots for the Special Program for employment of Students (SPES) this year.           ...

PHOTO OF THE DAY

Ivadoy Day
By: REDJIE MELVIC CAWIS / PIA
Posted: 01-Mar-2014 / 1 year 18 weeks ago
Department of Tourism Regional Director Purificacion Molintas leads the Ibaloi traditional dances during the Onjon Ivadoy or the Ibaloi Day Festivities at the Children’s Park last week. 
Champion Float
By: REDJIE MELVIC CAWIS / PIA
Posted: 01-Mar-2014 / 1 year 18 weeks ago
The Casino Femme Float of the International Pharmaceutical Inc. (IPI)-Christianity featuring Cleopatra and her worshippers as signs of paganism in the ancient times and Señor Santo Niño the sign of Christianity and Catholics. The float covered with the bountiful flowers was the champion in the Grand Float Parade competition of the Baguio Flower Festival last weekend.
Grand Slam Winner
By: REDJIE MELVIC CAWIS / PIA
Posted: 01-Mar-2014 / 1 year 18 weeks ago
The Kamora National High School from Kabayan in Benguet won for the third time the championship crown of the street dancing competition of the 19th Baguio Flower Festival or Panagbenga 2014 in Baguio City during the weekend.
STATE OF THE ART PARKING COMPLEX
By: PAUL RILLORTA
Posted: 01-Mar-2014 / 1 year 18 weeks ago
 City  Mayor Mauricio Domogan explains to media the proposed  parking complex planned by an Australian Firm to rise at the  Melvin Jones Football grounds consisting of an underground  parking bay and two parking towers.
Sister City Renewal
By: Yooj Valbuena
Posted: 01-Mar-2014 / 1 year 18 weeks ago
Kyu-Sik Myung, (3rd from right) Vice Mayor of our sister city of Gongju, South Korea presented tokens to city officials headed by Mayor Mauricio Domogan, during a welcome dinner and MOU signing for a renewal of sister city ties program last Feb. 22, 2014.

Post new comment

Type the characters you see in this picture. (verify using audio)
Type the characters you see in the picture above; if you can't read them, submit the form and a new image will be generated. Not case sensitive.