Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Police Commission Brings Exam To Sulu

SULU, Philippines (Mindanao Examiner / Nov. 3, 2010) – The Philippines’ National Police Commission is scheduled to hold its examinations in the southern province of Sulu.

Sulu Governor Sakur Tan urged examinees to prepare and review hard for the upcoming examinations set on November 7. Tan is largely credited for bringing to the province many government licensure examinations which were previously held in Zamboanga and Pagadian cities in Mindanao.

The National Police Commission examination is a requisite for all those who want to enter the police service.

Tan said the various government licensure and other examinations being held in Sulu have saved a lot of money and time for the locals and give them the opportunity to become professional civil workers, he said in an interview with the state-run Radyo ng Bayan in Jolo town.

Examinees from Basilan and Tawi-Tawi provinces and Zamboanga Peninsula have also availed of the government examinations in Sulu.

Tan is also asking the Philippine National Police to conduct recruitment and training in Sulu and would share the cost for the undertakings. (Radyo ng Bayan – Zeny Masong)

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