The Civil Service Commission (CSC) recently released the results of the Career Service Professional and Sub-professional Examinations held last March 26, 2023. Of the 331,816 examinees, only 54,478 passed the Professional level or 16.42%, while 9,942 passed the Sub-professional level or 19.97%. The National Capital Region (NCR) had the highest passing rate, with 13,544 or 21.39% out of 63,313 3 examinees passing the Professional level and 3,138 23.34% out of 13,442 examinees passing the Sub-professional level.
In Davao Region, a total of 2,385 or 13.62% out of 17,511 examinees passed the Professional level while 174 or 14.25% out of 1,221 examinees passed the Sub-professional level. Gwen L. Ambrona ranked as second top passer (national ranking ) in the Sub-professional level with a rating of 90.17%.
Examinees may view the complete list of passers through the CSC Website (www.csc.gov.ph) and CSC ROXI FB Page (https://www/facebook.com/cscregion11). Moreover, examinees, both passed and failed, may generate their individual rating through OCSERGS or the Online Civil Service Examination Result Generation System, which can be accessed via CSC website.
Release of Certification of Eligibility (CoE) to passers will start on July 11, 2023 through online appointment via https://bit.ly/coemar26. Processing of CoEs for Davao Region passers shall be from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Civil Service Commission Regional Office XI, Ecoland Drive, Davao City.
Passers may apply for CoE on security paper with a fee by July 11, 2023. They may also request for its authenticated copy/ies.
It is recommended for passers to secure a CoE printed in security paper as this is more preferred by government agencies as supporting document for job application, including promotion and other human resource actions/ movements.
Passers should personally claim their CoE. In claiming for their CoEs, passers must bring one (1) valid ID. Payment of P100 per copy for certification fee is required for Certification of Eligibility printed in security paper while that printed in CSC stationery is for free. In both instances, an amount of P50 per copy is required for payment of authentication fee for those who will be securing authenticated copies of their Certifications of Eligibility.