KUWAIT CITY, Sept 19: The Civil Service Commission (CSC) will soon approve the nomination of citizens who applied for jobs in the governmental sector to cover the manpower needs of ministries, government agencies and institutions, reports Al-Anba daily quoting sources. Sources revealed the nominations will be finalized after reviewing all the new applications to ensure they are qualified. Sources affirmed the CSC is now completing the procedures for the 76th batch of applicants and their rankings will be announced on Friday to pave way for the nomination.
Meanwhile, the CSC will soon oblige ministers to have a maximum of eight consultants each with a salary not exceeding KD700, reports Al-Rai daily quoting sources. Sources hinted that the CSC will most likely ask the ministers to have five part-time consultants and three retirees who will work full time, provided these consultants are university degree holders. Sources disclosed that these consultants have no right to be a member of any committee or team, and they have no right to receive a reward from any other party. Sources said the conditions for appointing these consultants include 10 years experience or more if they hold a doctorate degree, not less than 12 years if they hold a master’s degree and 15 years for university graduates