CSC to conduct Foreign Service Exams on May 21

  • May 18, 2017

BAGUIO CITY, May 18 (PIA) -- The Civil Service Commission (CSC) announces the   conduct the Career Service Examination for Foreign Service Officer (CSE-FSO) on May 21, 2017 in this city.

CSE-FSO for the Cordillera Administrative Region will be held at CSC-CAR Conference Hall, CSC-CAR Building, 116 Wagner Road, Military Cut-off, Baguio City, the CSC reminds as the    Online Notice of School Assignment (ONSA) will not be available. 

The CSC-CAR gates will be opened as early as 6 a.m. and will be closed at exactly 7:30 a.m. Examinees who will not be able to arrive within the given time shall not be admitted and failure to take the examination will forfeit examination fee and slot. Rescheduling of examination date is not allowed.

 Examinees are advised to visit the venue and have an ocular inspection at least one day before the examination day to familiarize with the place.

Examinees are required to wear proper attire on the examination day. Slippers, short pants and sleeveless shirt/blouses are not allowed.

The “NO ID, NO Examination” rule will strictly be implemented and all other I.D. cards not mentioned will not be accepted. Examinees should bring with them an ID card preferably the same ID card presented during the filing of application even if it is already expired.

If the ID card to be presented for admission is different from the ID Card presented during the filing of application, the examinee must present the following ID cards which will be accepted including Driver’s License, Passport, PRC License, SSS I.D., GSIS I.D. (UMID), Voter’s I.D., BIR I.D. (ATM type/TIN card type with picture), PhilHealth I.D. (must contain holder’s name, clear picture, signature and PhilHealth number), Company/Office I.D., School I.D. (validated for the current school year/semester/trimester), Police Clearance/Police Clearance Certificate, Postal ID, or NBI clearance.

Black ball pen shall only be used in taking the examination. Using of pencils and all other kinds of pen such as gel pen, sign pen, fountain pen, friction pen and including other colors of ball pen is not allowed. Water or any preferred beverage except alcoholic beverages placed in a clear container, biscuits and candies are allowed in the testing room and will be subject to inspection by the room examiner/proctor.

Gadgets and any other aid for answering the test such as calculators, books, dictionaries and other similar materials are strictly prohibited. Bringing of cellular phones/mobile phones, smart phones/watches and any other gadgets is not allowed. These will be surrendered to the Room Examiner for safekeeping if brought, then   returned   to the owner before leaving the testing room.

CSC advises examinees to access and read the Examination Guide in Taking Civil Service Examination, Pen and Paper Test which can be downloaded in their website at http//www.csc.gov.ph/pptguide. (RMC & Daryl A.  Andrada & V.Millet-PIA CAR/ SLU Interns PIA-CAR)

 


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