FG conducts computer-based exams for 9,618 public servants
By Zuleihat Owuiye, Mamos Nigeria
The National Government on Thursday led the second period of PC based Corroborative Limited time Assessment (COMPRO II) for junior unit officials openly administration the nation over.
There were a total of 9,618 candidates from paramilitary organizations and junior officers from the core Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs) who participated nationwide in the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examination.
Talking in the wake of visiting Abuja focuses, Dr Marcus Ogunbiyi, Extremely durable Secretary, Profession The board Office, office of the Top of the Common Assistance of the Organization (HOCSF), praised Frame for legitimate direct of the tests.
“As may be obvious, the test has been efficient and this is whenever we first are holding a CBT for junior COMPRO competitors. Last year was for the senior unit officials and I compliment the level of their comportment.
“The manner in which they have taken care of the framework for the present is empowering and I accept when we return one year from now for similar activity, things will be better, ” he said.
Ogunbiyi, be that as it may, distinguished a few areas of breaches to incorporate license of officials which he said would be tended to before the following behavior of such activity.
He said that the explanation for the drive by the National Government was important for its vision to change the public assistance by going computerized and to work on government workers over their work.
“In the main case, the COMPRO is to test the capacity and how well the public officials know the public help and to test the level of their capability to deal with the tasks given to them as community workers.
He stated, “What we are doing now is part of reforms of the nation’s public service by going digital.”
He said throughout the long term, the help had been taking care of mass inquiries papers and a great deal of human connection point in evaluating officials.
Additionally, Mr Ateboh Ademu, Chief, Learning and Advancement, office of the HOCSF, expressed Head of administration office was happy with the degree of execution of the activity.
“As the Director of Learning and Development, the assessment is, as far as we are aware, excellent and even surpasses expectations in terms of attitude.
He stated, “The candidates’ conducts and handling of the entire exercise have been done excellently.”
Ademu promised not to compromise the system in order to maintain the necessary standards.
He claims that the HOCSF’s office and JAMB have taken steps to address all observable difficulties after investigating some of the issues that emerged during the initial examination.
In a similar vein, one of the candidates from the Nigeria Immigration Service, Mrs. Blessing Garuba, praised the novel computer-based examination for Nigerian public servants.
Garuba added that it had worked in her sights as she could without hesitation work PC all alone.
“At the point when I caught wind of the test I was overreacting however going into the test lobby, I figured out that it is all what I know. Moreover, I have gleaned some significant experience coming about because of utilizing PC, ” she said.
According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the Federal Government had implemented a computer-based examination for senior cadre officers across all MDAs in 2022 in order to implement its plan to bring the public service up to international standards.