Thursday, June 30, 2016

How to Claim Civil Service (CSC) Certificate of Eligibility for PRC Board Exam Passers?

Manila, Philippines - As stipulated and pursuant to Republic Act 1080 entitled "An Act declaring the Bar and Board Examinations as Civil Service Examinations", those passers in bar exams and PRC-administered test are automatically considered CSC eligible under the "Bar and Board Exam Passers Eligibility" of the Civil Service Commission (CSC). Though passers are already classified eligible, most of them still want to have a black and white proof which leads to these questions, How can I claim my CSC Certificate of Eligibility (CoE)? What are the processes of getting my Sub-Prof or Professional CoE? Will I be given one?
SEE ALSO: Who are exempted in Civil Service Exam?

The administrator of this website seeks answer to to these questions and here is what Civil Service Commission (CSC) said. As quoted,

No other CS eligibility is given to a Bar/Board passer, unless s/he decided to take also the CS exam and passed it.  That's the time s/he can claim CS eligibility.
The answer is clearly stated. No documentary proof shall be given to any PRC passers. The license ID from PRC is already a proof that he/she can work at any government-related positions around the country. Meanwhile, the next exam for this year is scheduled on October 2016. Shall the PRC board passers still want to have certification, he/she may opt to take the test. The procedures and requirements are written at below article.

RELATED: October 2016 Civil Service Examination Application Schedule, and Requirements

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  1. If you are a board passer but still under 21 years old, does that make you illegible for civil service?

  2. Hi, if I am a CSE passer but not a PRC licensed profession, is there any ID/certification I can get?