PNPA admission test slated October 28
Iloilo City (10 September) -- Here is an opportunity for those who wanted to be a full government scholar for a four-year bachelor degree with monthly training pay and allowances.
The Philippine National Police Academy (PNPA) will administer this year's cadet admission test (CAT) for the four – year Bachelor of Science in Public Safety (BSPS) Cadetship Program Class 2012 on October 28, 2007.
The examination will be conducted from 7:00 am to 12:00 noon in designated testing centers in identified key cities nationwide, including Iloilo City, on the said date.
The PNPA is the premiere institution which provides preparatory education and training for future police, fire and jail commissioned officers of the country.
Qualified for admission are natural-born Filipino citizen; of good moral character; male or female, single with no child or children; not younger than 18 and not older than 22 years of age at the time of the admission; 5ft 4 in height for male, 5 ft. 2 in for female; weight of not more or less than 5 kilograms of the standard weight measurement corresponding to height, age and sex; at least high school graduate; no criminal records; physically and mentally fit; and not a former cadet of PNPA or other service academies.
The examination will cover communication skills, logical and reasoning ability, math and sciences, general information and current events and values and aptitude for the service.
CAT application forms maybe downloaded at the PNPA www.papa.edu.ph and PPSC www.ppsc.gov.ph. Forms can also be obtained from the following offices: Department of Interior and Local Government, National Police Commission, Philippine Information Agency, Commission on Higher Education, Department of Education, Civil Service Commission, regional/provincial/district/city/municipal offices of the Philippine National Police, Bureau of Fire Protection and Bureau of Jail Management & Penology.
Applicants are advised to submit one application personally at the PNPA Registrar's Office or send thru mail or private service forwarders. No walk-in examinees will be allowed to take the test.
Deadline for submission of application is until September 30, 2007. (PIA) [top]