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Napolcom 12 to implement stricter measures during PNP exams on Sunday

by Brian Bingil and DE Doguiles

Koronadal City (27 May) -- Examinees of the PNP Entance and Promotional Examinations slated on Sunday, May 30, will have to follow stricter rules, an official of the National Police Commission (Napolcom) said.

In a notice, Napolcom 12 Acting Regional Director Angelita Concepcion announced that they want to make sure that the conduct of the examinations will be orderly and clean.

PNP Entrance and Promotional Examinations for Region 12 will be held at the Notre Dame of Marbel University (NDMU) in Koronadal City.

Director Concepcion said, "every examinee will be frisked upon entering the NDMU main gate and those who will be found not complying with the measures will absolutely not be allowed entry."

They should present their notice of admission upon entering the campus.

PNP personnel who will take the examinations must be in complete General Office Attire (GOA) Type "B." Those in field uniforms and other types of PNP uniforms will not be allowed to enter the examination center.

Male and female civilian examinees must be in plain white t-shirts and dark pants.

She added, those in white t-shirts with prints, sleeveless shirts/blouses, shorts, skirts, and flip-flops, will also be denied entrance.

Examinees are also required to bring only pen, pencil, and identification cards. "No firearms and other personal belongings are allowed inside the examination center," she said.

Personal belongings such as bags, handbags, backpacks, clutch bags, organizers, cellular phones as well as hand-carried firearms should be left to a person the examinee can rely because there will be no "deposit counter" in the test center.

"All examinees have already been informed of these measures so we expect that there would be no more excuses this time. Besides, these measures are well-written in their respective notices of admission so we would like to ask for their full cooperation to comply with these measures so that we will have a hassle-free conduct of the examinations", she said. (Napolcom/PIA 12) [top]

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