Introduction of Kabul’s Applicants of Fifth Grade and Sixth Grade Positions will Soon be Completed

The introduction and appointment processes of the applicants who succeeded in the exams for the fifth grade and sixth grade positions in the Kabul and provinces will be completed by the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission.

In the last work meeting of the Board of Commissioners the Appointments Board reported on the progress of appointments process of the fifth grade, sixth grade and teaching positions.

According to the Appointments Board’s report, of 11500 teaching positions and 6500 fifth grade and sixth grade positions in the capital and provinces, the appointments processes of 15000 positions in the capital and provinces have been completed. And the Commission endeavors to complete the remaining 2000 positions of Kabul city in cooperation with ministries and government agencies, at the earliest possible time.

The introduction process of applicants for the fifth grade and sixth grade positions has faced some difficulties in some agencies, but the problems will be solved in coordination with the agencies.

The Board of Commissioners decided that if problems such as the position being already filled, annulment of the position or other technical problems arise, the applicants should be introduced to other similar positions.

The Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission has completed the appointments processes of the teaching, fifth grade and sixth grade positions in two phases. In the first phase, 17700 applicants were recruited through collective exams. After the recruitment of these applicants, 18000 fifth grade, sixth grade and teaching positions were identified. The Commission, in order to implement paragraph 14, resolution No. 7 of the cabinet dated 2018/07/25, decided to fill out these positions by the participants of last year’s collective exams, taking into account the high scores in the specific field code of the position, the required level of education, and gender.

With the introduction of two thousand applicants of fifth grade and sixth grade positions of Kabul city, the second phase of the appointments for these positions will be completed.