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PIA Press Release
Friday, January 13, 2012


Aranas takes over as CSC head of Aklan

by Venus G. Villanueva

KALIBO, Aklan, Jan. 12 (PIA6) -- Starting Jan. 16, the Civil Service Commission (CSC) Field Office will be headed by a new director while the current one in Aklan, Director II Evelyn N. Ejar will be assigned in Iloilo City after heading the Aklan office for more than 17 years.

The incoming CSC-Aklan Field Office head, according to Ejar, who will also serve the Aklan office effective January 16 will be Dir. Ma.Cynthia P. Aranas.

Aranas, revealed Ejar, is from CSC-Capiz and had served the province for five years.

Having served at the CSC-Aklan Field office for more than 17 years, Ejar expressed optimism that Aranas, her successor, will have a smooth sailing working relationship with Aklan’s civil servants, for Aklanons are known for being “kind-hearted and patient.”

Before serving Aklan for more than 17 years, Ejar also held assignments in Iloilo and Roxas cities.

“I am very thankful because through the years, Aklanons – both officials and civil servants, had been cooperative and supportive to the CSC,” Ejar said.

Equipped with almost 20 years of working experience at the CSC, Ejar revealed she is bracing to serve a big number of government employees in Iloilo.

According to her, while Aklan has more or less 5,000 government employees from 26 government offices (national, provincial and municipal), Iloilo has more than 100 government agencies.

“Iloilo province has 45 municipalities, and the Department of Education (DepEd) in Iloilo is said to have the biggest number of personnel in the whole country,” Ejar revealed. (JCM/VGV PIA 6 Aklan)

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