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The Civil Service Commission (CSC) advised passers of the May 3, 2015 Career Service Examination Paper and Pencil Test (CSE-PPT), both Professional and Subprofessional levels, to claim their CSC Eligibility Card.

The CSC said that the Eligibility Card should be claimed at the CSC Regional Office (CSCRO) with jurisdiction over the place where they took the exam. For example, if the examinee took the exam in Quezon City, he/she should claim the card at CSC National Capital Region located on Kaliraya Street, Bgy. Doña Josefa, Quezon City. If the examinee took the exam in Bacolod City, claiming should be at CSC Regional Office No. 6 in Mandurriao, Iloilo City. A directory of CSCROs is available on the CSC website at www.csc.gov.ph.

 

However, those who are currently based in areas far from the original issuing CSCRO may request to claim the card at the CSC Regional or Field Office nearest him/her. The eligible should submit a written request to the original issuing CSCRO stating the reasons for such request, and then wait for further instructions.

The passer should personally claim his/her card and present the following requirements:

a) Any of the following ID cards, which must be valid or not expired on the date of claiming: Driver’s license, Passport, Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) license, SSS ID, GSIS ID (UMID), Voter’s ID, BIR ID (ATM type/TIN card type with picture), PhilHealth ID (must contain the holder’s name, clear picture, signature, and PhilHealth number), Company/Office ID, School ID (valid for the current school year/semester/trimester), Police clearance/Police clearance certificate, Postal ID, Barangay ID, NBI clearance;

b) Certification of Eligibility printed on CSC letterhead (if available);

c) Application Receipt and/or CSC Official Receipt (if available); and

d) Php200.00 application fee.

The CSC stressed that only passers of the May 3, 2015 CSE-PPT may get their Eligibility Card. Passers of other exam schedules are advised to wait for further announcements on when they can claim their cards.

The Eligibility Card serves as the holder’s proof of civil service eligibility and has no expiration date. The CSC clarified that, despite the issuance of the Eligibility Card, it will continue to process applications or requests for Certification of Eligibility and Authentication of Eligibility for purposes of government employment, promotion, and other appointments.