A total number of 383 candidates appeared for the written test of 24 vacant positions of the district governors. Successful candidates will be appointed as district governors in five provinces of the country.
24 vacant posts of district governors of five provinces Kabul, Bamyian, Daikundi, Maidan Wardak and Kapisa were announced by the IDLG and IARCSC for which 383 candidates were shortlisted and were called for the written test.
Those who will pass the written test will be invited for the interview, next step of the recruitment.
The written test was jointly conducted by the Independent Directorate of Local Governance (IDLG) and Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC) in Kabul, was supervised by the deputy minister municipalities Abdul Baqi Popal, Aimal Salehzai director of the IDLG human resources and commissioners of the IARCSC.
Speaking on the occasion, deputy minister municipalities Abdul Baqi Popal said, the procedure of recruitment is transparent. Only those who will pass the witten test will be called for the interview. According to him, IDLG and IARCSC have prepared the question paper to determine the capacity of candidates.
“District Governors are jointly recruited by the IDLG and IARCSC, according to the procedure of the recruitment policy. Successful candidates are selected through the open competition,” Popal added.