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About one hundred eighty (180) employees mostly holding contractual and casual positions at the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Region 8 avail of the review class for Civil Service Professional and Sub-professional Examination.
Review classes for regional office employees are conducted daily. Sessions for field employees are conducted during Saturdays and Sundays at the DENR Regional Office.
The conduct of review classes for DENR employees who will be taking the Civil Service Eligibility Examination is an initiative of its Regional Executive Director Manolito Ragub. This is in preparation for Executive Order No. 366 or the rationalization plan (RAT PLAN) slated soon.
“DENR employees with civil service eligibilities will be the department’s priority for open positions under the DENR rationalization program,” Director Ragub said.
The DENR through its Secretary Ramon Paje has made arrangements with the Civil Service Commission (CSC) to administer a special civil service eligibility examinations for those working at the central office, bureaus, attached agencies, regional offices, including EMBs and MGBs.
Announcement from the DENR Central Office states that the Civil Service Commission shall conduct the Civil Service Professional and Sub-professional Examination Paper-and-pencil Test for DENR Employees to establish a register of eligibles from which certification and appointment to the second and first level positions in DENR and other government agencies shall be made, provided such eligibles will meet the requirements of the positions.
DENR-8 Administrative Division Chief, Esther Coral says, that the special Civil Service Examination for DENR employees is scheduled on June 16, 2013. CSC assigned one testing center for each region. In Region 8, CSC exam for DENR employees will be conducted in Tacloban City./rco
DENR 8 Supports International Coastal Cleanup Day.
Over 200 volunteers joined the 2015 International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) on September 19, 2015 held along the coastal areas in Tacloban City.
Cleanup volunteers trooped to the beaches, coasts, rivers, and waterways to participate in this symbolic event in coordination with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. Volunteers from all walks of life - students, government workers, private sector, LGU officials and other volunteer organizations - rolled up their sleeves in collecting wastes along these coastal areas.
A total of 109 trash bags were filled with trash weighing 1,798 kilos that were collected from four cleanup sites stretching to 2.2 kilometers from Magsaysay Boulevard, Port area to Market area, Brgy. Diit and along Magallanes Street, Tacloban City. The most common trash collected were cigarette butts, food wrappers, plastic bags, plastic/foam containers, bottle caps, plastic lids, and straws. These trash, considered as household wastes, mostly came from residents along or within coastal areas, rivers and waterways.
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