PSC shortlists candidates for internship programmes; How to check

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The Public Service Commission (PSC) has shortlisted candidates who applied for the Public Service Internship Program (PSIP).

Qualified candidates will have a two-day interview starting November 17 to November 19, 2021 and will be done via telephone from 8:00 am.

The advertised positions vary from different departments, ministries, and agencies in the government and seeks to absorb the interns for a period of one year.

The job notice required applicants to be holders of a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university. It also required applicants to have graduated not earlier than the year 2015.

Upon completion of the programme, interns will be awarded a certificate.

Successful applicants will receive a monthly stipend which will be determined by the PSC.

If you qualify for the advertised posts, you will be required to have a national identification card (ID) and all relevant academic and professional certificates.

Names, date and time for the candidates can be accessed via PSC website

PSIP is a government initiative to offer opportunities to graduates to acquire and develop technical and professional skills as well as work experience in the public service.

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