Aptitude test exercise for the intending civil servants in Kasese district ended successfully, the district Public Service Commission Chairperson, Mr. Lawrence Turuganya has said.
About 1600 applicants for 120 job slots in Kasese district turned up for aptitude tests at Kasese primary school in Kasese municipality.
Speaking to Our reporter shortly after the exercise, Mr. Turuganya described the aptitude test exercise as a success because to him, it was free and fair.
He said only six applicants per job slot will be accommodated for face to face interviews at the district headquarters to pick the right candidates.
He gave an example of the forty job slots for teachers where only 240 candidates are expected to forward for oral interviews after the aptitude tests. Mr. Turuganya speaking1……..
Mr. Turuganya called for vigilance against conmen who may want to lure un suspicious applicants into what he called bribing syndicates that will not help them in anyway. Mr. Turuganya speaking2……….
Ms Rosette Musoki, a laboratory technician professional seeking civil service like others, described the exercise as transparent but that some of the questions were not related to their professions and therefore hard to interpret. Ms Roset and others……
Some Reliable sources later revealed to Kasese guide radio that only six hundred applicants of the 1600 candidates who turned for aptitude tests, will be expected for oral interviews for the 119 job slots at the district. END.