Computer-Based Exams Were Held for 186 Civil Service Positions

As many as 2418 applicants competed for 186 mid-management and entry-level civil service positions in the Kabul’s Fatema Qaderiyan and the Afghan Girls Robotics Team Exam Center and the Civil Service Institute Exams Center, Nengarhar’s Shaheed Musa Shafiq Exams Center, Balkh’s Rabia Balkhi Exams Center, Helmand’s Abdul Rauf Benawa Exams Center, Khost’s Maleka Suraya Exams Center, Paktia’s Paktis Exams Center and Herat’s Gawharshad Begum Exams Center, in the past 10 days.

The exams were held for the central and provincial positions of the National Water Affairs Regulation Authority, Technical and Vocational Education and Training Authority, Energy Services Regulatory Authority, Afghanistan Railway Authority, Supreme Audit Office, Ministry of Higher Education, Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock, Ministry of Mines and Petroleum, Ministry of Public Works, Ministry of Urban Development and Land, and the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Agency.

The one-step and two-step recruitment exams included most of the positions which are part of the TAGHIR project.