Ahmad Nader Nadery, chairman of the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission, traveled to Mazar-e-Sharif on an official trip, to address the problems of IARCSC’s provincial office in Balkh province and to improve work performance of the said office.
Mr. Nadery instructed the officials of the IARCSC’s Balkh office to resume the recruitment exams for civil service positions in accordance with the necessary health measures, and to accelerate the recruitment processes in order to fill the vacant positions of government agencies.
During this visit, chairman of the IARCSC, spoke with local officials about the progress of the reform. During the meeting with the representatives of different sections of the society, he listened to their demands and opinions.
The provincial office of the IARCSC in Balkh province is equipped advance technology, facilities, and equipment, including the computerized exams center where the provincial recruitment exams of Balkh and other northern provinces are held.
Based on the data from the IARSCS’s provincial office, 129 computer-based exams have been conducted at the Mazar-e-Sharif’s exam center, each with 20 to 80 participants. Recruitment exams for third and fourth grade positions are held at the computerized exams center, while maintaining social distancing.
Ahmad Nader Nadery, while appreciating the work of the IARCSC’s staff in Balkh province, stated that the main focus of their work should be the public interest and implementation of the law.
Chairman of the IARCSC stated to the Commission’s staff in Balkh province: “your independent and law-based performance will boost people’s trust.”