Computer-Based Exams Were Held for Ninety Nine Civil Service Positions

Hundreds of applicants competed for senior, mid-management and entry-level civil service positions, participated in the recruitment exams held in computerized exams centers of Kabul, Bamyan, Herat, Balkh, Nengarhar, Khost, and Kandahar provinces.

Fifty five applicants competed for seven senior positions of the Supreme Audit Office, Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission, National Statistics and Information Authority, Ministry of Energy and Water, Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development, Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, and the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

Furthermore, 1200 applicants competed for 92 mid-management and entry-level positions of the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development, Ministry of Energy and Water, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Interior Affairs, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Borders and Tribal Affairs, Ministry of Higher Education, Ministry of Public Work, Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission, Office of the Attorney General, National Statistics and Information Authority, Afghanistan Railway Authority, National Environmental Protection Agency, and  Afghanistan Atomic Energy High Commission.

Applicants say that computer-based create many facilities for citizens and boost their confidence in the civil service recruitment processes.