Federal government through the Head of Service (HoS) said it has concluded arrangements to conduct its 2022 promotion examination across the six geopolitical zones nationwide for civil servants of Grade Levels 06 to 13.
In a statement signed by the deputy director of communications for the Head of Service of the Federation, Mohammed Ahmed, the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Dr Folasade Yemi-Esan, approved the release of the timetable for the conduct of the 2022 promotion examination for eligible candidates on salary Grade Levels 06-13 in the common pool of the Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation (HoCSF).
He said the accreditation has been slated to take place from Monday 5 to Thursday 8, December between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm daily, and the examination will hold on Saturday, December 10, at the same centres.
“According to the Circular No. HCSF/CMO/EM/AOD/073/VOI. III/12, dated November 25, 2022, and signed by the Permanent Secretary, Career Management Office – OHCSF, Dr. Marcus Ogunbiyi, only candidates on Salary Grade Levels 06 and 07 to 13, who must have spent a minimum of two and three years, respectively on their present grade levels by 31st December 2021, are eligible to sit for the examination.
“The accreditation and the examination will take place, concurrently, at the 6 Federal Training Centres located in the 6 geo-political zones namely, Public Service Institute (PSIN), Abuja, Federal Secretariat, Bauchi, Federal Training Centre, Enugu, Federal Training Centre, Lagos, and Federal Training Centre, Calabar.”
“Eligible candidates are strongly advised to come for physical accreditation and examination at the designated centres with the originals and photocopies of the following documents for sighting and submission.
“Valid staff identity card of their respective MDA, birth certificate or declaration of age, letter and gazette of the first appointment, letter and gazette of confirmation of appointment, letters of last three promotions, academic credentials, two recent colour passport photographs, letter of transfer of service (where applicable), conversion letter (if any) and advancement letter on or before 1/1/2019,” he started.