Showing posts with label PH Government. Show all posts
Showing posts with label PH Government. Show all posts

29 January 2019

Approved Appointments CSC Form Requirements [UPDATED]

As part of compliance with the Civil Service Commission's 2017 Omnibus Rules on Appointments and Other Human Resource Actions (CSC 2017 ORAOHRA);


  • 1. OATH OF OFFICE - Actual Oath taking of the appointment employee official before the highest ranking official/head of the group. If possible it should be documented by taking a picture.
  • 2. ASSUMPTION TO DUTY - For original appointment/hiring, effective date should be on the actual date of reporting/assumption to duty.


Note: Effectivity date of both the Oath of Office and Assumption to duty should be the same.

05 November 2018

2019 Schedule for Civil Service Examinations

Mark your calendars for the 2019 Schedule for Civil Service Examinations is here! Check out and take note of the examination dates and application periods. :)

Examination Dates:
  • Career Service Examination for Foreign Service Officer (CSE-FSO) - January 27, 2019
  • Career Service Examination - Pen and Paper Test (Professional SubProfessional) - March 17, 2019 & August 4, 2019
  • Basic Competency on Local Treasury Examination (BCLTE) - June 23, 2019
  • Pre-Employment Test - June 23, 2019 & October 13, 2019
  • Promotional Test - June 23, 2019 & October 13, 2019
  • Ethics-Oriented Personality Test (EOPT) - June 23, 2019 & October 13, 2019
  • Intermediate Competency on Local Treasury Examination (ICLTE) - October 13, 2019

Source: CSC Region 10 /https://www.facebook.com/cscregion10/


03 August 2018

Napolcom Exam Reviewer For 2017-2019

Ever want to become an aspiring police personnel? The interested party shall pass first the PNP entrance in which I will be sharing some useful details, latest development, and newest system to implement.

What is Napolcom?
According to the Napolcom

Napolcom or National Police Commission is the agency mandated by the 1987 Constitution and the Major Police Reform Laws, Republic Act Nos. 6975 and 8551 to administer and control the Philippine National Police. Under R.A. 8551, otherwise known as the "PNP REFORM AND ORGANIZATION ACT OF 1988" the Commission gained the powers to investigate police anomalies and irregularities, administer police entrance and promotional examination and summarily dismiss erring police officers.

SEE FILES: [REVIEWER] Napolcom Additional FILES 2017-2018

NAPOLCOM MANDATE
The National Police Commission is the agency mandated by the 1987 Constitution and the Major Police Reform Laws, Republic Act Nos. 6975 and 8551 to administer and control the Philippine National Police. Under R.A. 8551, otherwise known as the "PNP REFORM AND ORGANIZATION ACT OF 1988" the Commission gained the powers to investigate police anomalies and irregularities, administer police entrance and promotional examinations and summarily dismiss erring police officers.

{TIPS} Become a Successful Passer in Civil Service Exam - CSC Reviewer 2019 (UPDATED)

You might wonder why you should PASS the Civil Service Exam (CSE), of course, spearheaded, supported, and held by the CSC Agency? What are the privileges and benefits of being one of the CSE passers? Does it mandatory to take an exam to be eligible?

First things first:

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What does CSC abbreviation mean? What its functions and administers? Why do we(especially government employees) NEED to pass CSC Exam? Is it really 'that' important? 

Check your room and school assignment: 

Other questions may look like these:

How to pass the civil service exam then? These are a few common questions. We will answer that later on. 
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Passing Civil Service Examination (CSE from CSC) has never been easier. Every examination has different approaches (you should not expect the same set of patterns the next exam schedule). A high passing rate of 80% is considered to be quite an 'Inspiring Yet Feared' and relatively "difficult" to pass. As merely why Civil Service Test/Exam noted to be a prestigious test/exam in the country.


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Statistically computed

Now, an average passing rate is at least 20%; it is arguably and mathematically LOW. But it does not necessarily mean that you lose hope with that figure. Don't worry it is only my simple calculation, but I solely based it on the five (5) options that need to shade with one(1) correct answer.


20%?
The chance to get a correct answer is 1 out of 5, that's 1/5, and it makes 0.2 when divided by 100, and multiply it to 100 that would make a 20% (though, MATH -_-). 

Oh, wait, but this calculation is applicable only if you don't know five options. But what if you are just confused about three choices or 2 choice options? There is a greater chance of hope and higher passing percentage..surely, it gives you more chances to get a correct answer. So, if I put it in a range, it will be of 20% to 30% chances.

Disclaimer:  Many people messaged me that I am from the CSC Agency. Actually, it is FALSE. I don't work from CSC. Moreover, I did consolidate useful reviewer files, and it is not leakage, though. 

16 April 2017

CSC Personal Data Sheet (PDS) Form 212 Revised 2017 Form+Attachments

Civil Service Commission (CSC) directs all government employees to submit and update their updated Personal Data Sheet (PDS) using the NEW form.
Civil Service Commission (CSC)
The CSC issued a resolution mandating the utilization of the revised PDS (Civil Service Form No. 212, Revised 2017) and requiring all government officials and employees to update their records using the new form, which should be submitted to their agency’s Human Resource Management Officer or HRMO by the said deadline.

20 March 2017

DICT's GovNet and JuanKonek

e-Government Master Plan (e-GMP): Seeks to digitize all processes in the Government.

AIMS FAST EFFICIENT ACCESSIBLE TO PUBLIC!

EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 47
Ensure the provision of efficient and effective
information and communications technology
infrastructure, information systems and
resources to support efficient, effective,
transparent and accountable governance and,
in particular, support the speedy and efficient
enforcement of rules and delivery of
accessible public services to the people.
Vision
A digitally empowered and integrated
government that provides responsive and
transparent online citizen-centered services for
a globally competitive Filipino nation.
Mission

To provide efficient, responsive and transparent
online services for the Filipino people through
the integrated and optimum use of information
systems and technologies throughout the
government.

01 February 2017

Bureau of Customs (BOC) Seizes Smuggled Imported Gadgets Worth Php Million Pesos

The Bureau of Customs (BOC) Intelligence Officers seized alleged smuggled high-end electronic devices worth Php 30 millions of pesos, one of the most popular online gadget stores in the Philippines on Wednesday, February 01, 2017.

 Bureau of Customs (BOC) seizes imported devices

In a report from {CNN}, Bureau of Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon said that according to their intelligence report, KimStore, one of the popular online gadget shops, has been suspected of selling imported devices under suspicious importation schemes and processes.

30 January 2017

Should This Law The "Right to Disconnect" Be Implemented?

With the advent of the modern digital technology, we can connect ourselves to the world through social media and more latest high-tech devices making it more advantageous and more successful in doing businesses and work.

disconnect plug
[ Image: Pixabay]
Additional, these technologies give us the efficiency and simpler work than for the past centuries. However, there is a NORM (The "always-on" work culture) especially in the third world countries where employees tend to work extended to their regular working hours, which resulted in emotional state problems.

14 January 2017

30 April 2016

01 February 2015

Hackers Deface Gov't websites in Protest of SAF Carnage

Justice is served for the death of 44 SAF commandos, this is the call of protecting for several groups of hackers by defacing some government websites as to protest of the carnage of 44 SAF members.

Group of hackers claiming to be the responsible for defacing of some government websites were Blood Security Hackers International, Elite Cyber Army, Digital Nodes, Basureros, Philippines Hacking University, Magdalo Cyber Army, Anonymous Philippines, and b4ckd00r.

31 January 2014

01 November 2012