Adhering to the Civil Service Commission’s campaign, “Gawing Lingkod Bayani ang Bawat Kawani”, while recognizing the employees’ need for career growth and professional competitiveness, the local government unit of Pagbilao, through the initiative of Mayor Shierre Ann Portes-Palicpic, is holding a Civil Service Exam review.
The review started on January 28, 2017 with a Diagnostic Examination or pre-test to determine the initial knowledge of the reviewees. It is being held every Saturday and Sunday from 8 in the morning to 5 in the afternoon at the Sentrong Pangkabuhayan Auditorium. Mr. John Christopher Bonifacio from Carl E. Balita Review Center serves as facilitator, whilst different instructors coach particular subjects.
Twenty-six (26) employees of the Pagbilao LGU take the review every weekend. They are composed of ten (10) permanent employees, fourteen (14) casual employees, and two (2) job order employees. They undergo review of the following scopes: Numerical Reasoning, English, Filipino, General Information, and Clerical Operations & Analogy Logic.
The CSC review for employees, funded by the LGU, will run until March 11, 2017, with a mock examination and final coaching concluding it. The Civil Service Commission has scheduled the CSE–Pen and Paper Test for professional and sub-professional levels on March 12, 2017.
Pagbilao Municipal Hall
Rizal St., Brgy. Sta. Catalina,
Telephone No.: (042) 797-0937
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Philippine National Police
Tel. No.: (042) 797-2854
Bureau of Fire Protection
Tel No.: (042) 797-0932
Tel No.: (042) 797-3092
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