LIST OF PASSERS: August 2018 Civil Service Exam CSE Results (Professional, Subprofessional)
- Professional Level: List of Passers (NCR | CAR | CARAGA | ARMM | Region 1 | Region 2 | Region 3 | Region 4 | Region 5 | Region 6 | Region 7 | Region 8 | Region 9 | Region 10 | Region 11 | Region 12)
- SubProfessional Level: List of Passers (NCR | CARAGA | ARMM | Region 1 | Region 2 | Region 3 | Region 4 | Region 5 | Region 6 | Region 7 | Region 8 | Region 9 | Region 10 | Region 11 | Region 12)
RELEASE OF RESULTS According to the CSC’s examinees guide in taking eligibility tests, the target release date for the result of August 2018 Civil Service Exam (Professional and Subprofessional) will be within forty (40) to sixty (60) days after the exams (tune in from second week of September 2018 to second week of October 2018). Likewise, CSC via its official social media channel is disclosing the estimated target release date of CSE results, few weeks before posting. On the same exams conducted by CSC on March 2018, results were released sixty (60) days after the exams while during August 2017, March 2017 and April 2016 exams, results were out within forty one (41) days. RATING/ CERTIFICATION Examination rating can be generated in approximately fifteen (15) days after the list of passers is posted using the Online Civil Service Exam Result Generation System (OCSERGS). Those who pass the exams should verify with the CSC Regional Office the availability of Certification of Eligibility (CoE). Representatives are not allowed to claim the CoE. Claiming of certification will be available approximately thirty (30) days after posting of results. As per CSC,
The professional eligibility is needed for appointment to second level (technical) positions in the government, requiring at least a bachelor’s degree for education. The Subprofessional eligibility is applicable to first level (clerical) government positions that require less than four years of college studies. The Professional eligibility may also be used for clerical positions. Both eligibilities, though, cannot be used for positions involving practice of profession and those covered by special laws.
Passing the CSE-PPT is not the only requirement for working in the government. CSC reminded that aspirants shall meet the education, experience and training requirements needed for the position. Likewise, they will have to undergo screening processes by the selection board which might include interviews, written exams, among others.