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Civil Service nominates over 2000 citizens for government positions

The Civil Service Commission has nominated 2,093 citizens for government jobs. This brings the total number of nominated citizens to 6,900.

• The nominations are part of the new recruitment plan and include graduates, diploma holders, and high school graduates.

• The Civil Service Commission will continue to issue new batches of nominees in the coming period.

The Civil Service Commission has progressed in its new recruitment plan by nominating a fresh batch of citizens for government positions.

Al-Qabas newspaper reports, this latest batch includes 2,093 citizens, bringing the total number of nominated individuals to 6,900.

The nominations encompass graduates, diploma holders, and high school graduates from various specializations.

The Commission emphasizes that this batch fulfills a crucial part of the new recruitment plan’s implementation.

The nominees include individuals registered in the central recruitment system before the most recent registration period, along with those who registered earlier but hadn’t been nominated yet (87 citizens).

The latest batch reflects the Commission’s commitment to filling diverse government positions.

Nominees possess university qualifications and diplomas across various specializations, alongside those holding General Secondary Certificates and Middle School Certificates.

The Commission assures citizens that more nominations will be issued in the coming period.

These upcoming batches will target new engineering specializations, technical diplomas of all kinds, teachers, individuals with political science qualifications, and holders of secondary school certificates.

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