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The results of the collective exam of teachers’ recruitment and the fifth and sixth ranked positions of civil servants in 20 provinces were announced.
The volunteers who participated in the Uruzgan, Paktika, Panjshir, Khost, Zabul, Sare-pul, Laghman, Nimroz, Helmand, Wardak, Kandahar, Logar, Badghis, Farah, Jozjan, Samangan, Faryab, Baghlan, Bamiyan and Kapisa provinces’ collective exams can get their results by visiting the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission website as well as the Ministry of Higher Education website. The results of the exams of other provinces will soon be announced.
The collective recruitment exam for teachers’ positions and fifth and sixth ranked positions of civilian services began three months ago from Nangarhar province and has been held in 32 provinces of the country. The exam in Balkh province will be held in the current Week, and the Kabul exam will also be held soon.
Ahmad Nader Naderi, head of the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission, said: “The commission started this process three months ago, and its results were announced, those who have succeeded in the process, is the result of their hard work. They have proceeded to the next stage on the basis of fair competition and their merit and they are not indebted to anyone.
Fortunately, the presence of women in the process has been satisfying,” said Mr Naderi, about the presence of women in the recruitment exams. “According to the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission estimation, more than 50% of the accepted applicants will be women.”
For 17,700 teachers and fifth and sixth ranked positions of civilian services, about 280,000 applications were received, of which more than 225,670 were eligible for the exam. Volunteers for fifth and sixth ranked positions will be recruited in the administrative, economic, educational, engineering, archaeology, policy and plan, technical, physical education, detection, information technology, legal, religious, agriculture, information and public relations, health, animal health, financial, human resources, monitoring and evaluation sections. Volunteers for 8700 education positions will be recruited in the fields of general education, Islamic education, teacher training and technical and vocational training.