04-28-2015, 04:58 PM
Police, examene entry promotion set
Manila, Philippines-the National Police Commission (Napolcom) will be online planning system of Philippine National Police (PNP) entrance and promotional exams in April this year.
On-line Examination Application Programming System (OLEASS) will be up to websites. napolcom.gov .Ph or. oleass.com 16-napolcom-20 February for entrance exams and on 23-27 February for promotion examinations.
PNP will hold two exams on 26 April 2015, as the applicants may submit their documents from 2-27 March.
OLEASS organises the processing of requests for examination scheduling Office at Napolcom in Metro Manila and in 16 regional offices nationwide.
Napolcom vice Chairman and Chief Executive Eduardo Escueta said the system will be open at midnight on 16 February homepage for admissions exam and midnight of February 23rd for the promotion.
Accepting applications is on a "first come, first served basis and can be stopped even before the deadline, after due notice. This is due to the fact that regional offices have the right to limit the number of review will host.
"Examination Centre where the applicant must take the exam is assigned automatically by the computer system, based on your home address or assignment of the applicant unit", Escueta said.
Only candidates with scheduled appointment and confirmed reference number be delighted.
PNP entrance exam is open to all Filipinos no longer than 30 years, with a Bachelor, and at least in height for 1,57 women and 1.62 metres in height for men
Police with the rank of police officer 1 (PO1) whose appointments are temporary because of lack of appropriate eligibility are also required to take the admissions exam PNP.
PNP promotion examinations are open to all members of the PNP uniform qualified meeting the minimum standards of qualification for consideration in terms of rank and eligibility.
Data sheets and application forms are available at regional offices or can be downloaded Napolcom of. napolcom.gov. ph.
Applicants must bring civil response letter printed with the corresponding reference number confirming the scheduled appointment; two recent identical colour 1 "x 1" pictures with white background and complete nametag; a legal size window envelope with stamp mailing P15 value;
Diploma or transcript of academic record with special order issued by the Commission on higher education or diploma; and birth certificates issued by the local civil registrar or the National Bureau of statistics.
For an applicant with temporary appointment, PO1 is a certified copy of the appointment certificate, plantilla programming or special order.
Candidates for promotion examinations must also submit the first three requirements listed above, a certified copy of the appointment certificate, programming or plantilla PNP absorption; and an evaluation report or certification issued by the Napolcom, central office certificate of eligibility on the part of the Civil Service Commission or a certificate of the Board of the Professional Regulation Commission.
Only application forms completed properly complete documents submitted and received by Napolcom regional office prior to the deadline for submission will be accepted. Mail applications will not be processed.
Applicants who have not previously in the examinations and decided to apply again for the same category in the same exam Center must offer just the ticket for admission to the final examination is sought; fill out a new application form and an index card with pictures of identity; and to pay the examination fee.
The examination fee is P400 for entrance exams and PNP police officer; P450 examination for senior police officer; P500 for police inspector examination; P600 for examination and police inspector.
PNP entrance examination covers general information, verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning and logical thinking while promotional exams covering general information, police administration and operations, as well as police and customs, traditions, values and ethical standards governing System Performance.
Napolcom warned civilians against phishing, because this will deny them permanently to take entrance exams. On the other hand, police found misrepresentation will be charged with dishonesty, which punishes with dismissal.
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