What’s the difference between Professional and Sub-Professional Civil Service Exam?

Ano nga ba ang pagkakaiba ng Professional at Sub-Professional Civil Service Exam? Ano ba ang dapat kong kuhanan ng exam? Pwede na ba akong kumuha ng exam kahit high school graduate lang? Dapat ba may 72 units ng college para mag-apply sa Professional category? This article will answers those questions.

What’s the benefit of passing the Professional at Sub-Professional Civil Service Exam?

Ito muna ang sagutin natin dahil marami sa Facebook Page namin ang nagtatanong. Kung nais mo kasing magtrabaho sa mga sangay ng gobyerno, kailangan mo ng Civil Service Eligibility. It can be a Professional or Sub-Professional. Pero kapag pasado ka naman sa kahit anong board exam, no need to take the Civil Service Exam dahil sapat na ang RA 1080 eligibility mo. Halimbawa: Doctors, Engineers, Teachers, Attorneys, Nurses, Dentists, Accountants, etc. Hindi na sila hinahanapan ng pagpasa sa Civil Service Exam.

Pero may mga position naman sa gobyerno na hindi ka na hahanapan ng Civil Service Eligibility kaso mga mababang position lang. Halimbawa ang drivers at machine operators. Ang mga Salary Grade 5 pababa ay hindi na kailangan ng eligibility. Usually certificates of training na lang.

Kung titingnan ninyo ang list of vacant position mula sa DOJ website, ang Salary Grade 6 (Administrative Aide VI, Clerk III) ay kailangan ng 1st Level Eligibility (Sub-Professional). Gayundin ang Salary Grade 10 (Computer File Librarian II) na nangangailangan din ng 1st Level Eligibility (Sub-Professional). Kaya ang sa tingin ko, kung pasado ka sa Sub-Professional Civil Service Exam, pwede kang makakuha ng trabaho sa gobyerno na may Salary Grade 6 hanggang 10. Pero may Salary Grade 10 din ang kailangan ay 2nd Level Eligibility (Professional) gaya ng Administrative Officer I o Records Officer I.

Ang Salary Grade 11 gaya ng Administrative Officer II (HRMO I), Administrative Officer II (Management & Audit Analyst I), Computer Programmer I, at Internal Auditor I ay nangangailangan ng 2nd Level Eligibility (Professional).

Malalaman mo ang sweldo ng kawani ng gobyerno sa pamamagitan ng kanilang Salary Grade Level. Mas mataas na level, mas malaki ang sweldo. Read Salary Grade Table as of 2017.

Kung sa private sector ka naman nagtatrabaho, hindi mo kailangan ang Civil Service Eligibility. Pero kapag pumasa ka sa exam, pwede mo itong idagdag sa resume mo.

What should I take? Professional at Sub-Professional Civil Service Exam?

Bahala ka. Ano ba ang target mong pasukin na trabaho sa gobyerno? Kung SG 11 pataas, take the Professional Civil Service Exam.

Do I need to be a college graduate to take the Professional Civil Service Exam?

NO! Basta 18 years old pwede ka na kumuha ng Professional Civil Service Exam. Ayon kay Proline Daclan, public assistance division chief of the Civil Service Commission-7, “Giving the opportunity and chance for the best to have the eligibility at the possible earliest time. No need to be a college graduate or those with 72 units.” (Source: The Philippine Star: CSC lifts education requirement in civil service eligibility exams)

Based on CSC, you don’t need to be a High School Graduate or a College Graduate for you to take either the Professional or Sub-Professional Exam. Kaya wala sa requirement ang copy of HS grade or TOR sa college.

I am a high school graduate only. What should I take?

Ang maipapayo ko ay magsimula ka muna sa Sub-Professional Civil Service Exam. Hindi ka kasi makakapasok agad sa mataas na posisyon sa gobyerno kapag high school graduate ka lang. Ang requirement kalimitan ay at least college graduate or may 2-years in college. Pero kung sa tingin mo ay kaya mo naman ipasa agad ang Professional Civil Service Exam, by all means take it!

Helpful Articles:

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Scope and Coverage of Civil Service Exam | Professonial and Sub-Professional

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22 Comments

  1. Im still a student taking up a two year course, and Im planning to take the cs exam next year. If ever I pass the exam, can I get a job from a govt agency, even if I only finished a two year course?

  2. mam/sir Electronics Technician po ako,prc board exam din po yan,pa clarify lang po kung anong level po ako belong,2nd lvl or 1st lvl? wait po ako sa reply niyo,tnx po…

  3. if magpapa print po ako ng cse application form, what size po ba ng bond paper amg gagamitin short po ba or long? thaks po sa magiging sagot..

  4. Meron po ba branch or office ang civil service sa las pinas city?
    Saan ko po ba ipapasa o ifile yon application exam form?
    Salamat po

  5. How about seaman ako mam tas my license ako gusto ko magwork sa goverment.ano po ang magandang e suggest u? Ska po sa age limit kc 33 yrs old na ako.tnx..

  6. Hi. Professional teacher po ako. Ask ko lang po kung need ko pa kumuha ng cs exam or mkakakuha po ako ng eligibility khit hndi na ko mag exam ? Thank you

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