MANILA, Philippines – Civil Service Commission (CSC) through Exam Advisory No. 8, series of 2016 announced on Monday that the Certificate of Eligibility (CoE) for Professional and Sub-Professional passers during April 2016 Civil Service Exam – Pencil and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) can already be claimed at any CSC Regional Offices and Field Offices nationwide starting June 29, 2016 (Wednesday).
NORMAL PROCESS OF CLAIMING CoE
According to CSC, passers of professional and subprofessional levels shall claim their CoE at the regional office concerned. Representatives are not allowed to claim.
In doing so, passers shall present a valid ID card which contains the name, date of birth, signature and clear photo. ID cards accepted include the Driver’s License, SSS, GSIS, PhilHealth, Company ID, School ID, Postal ID, Voter’s ID, Passport, PRC ID and Police Clearance. Application receipt can also be brought if available.
CLAIMING CoE AT OTHER REGIONAL OFFICE
CSC said in a post that the passers who already moved to another place can claim their CoE at the nearest CSC Regional Office or Field Offices.
However, they must send a written request or letter to the authorized CSC Regional Office that has jurisdiction over the testing center or venue where they took the exam to forward their CoE to the conduit CSC Regional Office where they would like to claim it. In the written request, they must write the reason for request.
Who are exempted in taking Civil Service Exam (CSE)?
October 2016 CSE-PPT Exam Application
CERTIFICATE OF ELIGIBILITY ON SECURITY PAPER
CSC said that apart from the printed Certification, CSE passers may also apply for regular Certification of Eligibility that is printed on security paper, at additional cost.
However, it has additional requirements and procedures. Kindly coordinate at Regional Office concerned for details.
As per CSC, the security paper printed Certification may be more preferred by government agencies as supporting document for employment application and promotion.