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Post by claud39 on Mon Apr 08, 2019 9:11 am

Oil: The ministry is committed to recruiting graduates


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Economy News Baghdad

The Ministry of Oil has affirmed its keenness to implement the instructions contained in the Federal Budget Law by providing opportunities for appointment to oil engineering graduates and other disciplines.
The ministry said in a statement read by the "economy News", it is committed to the promise previously through planning and work on several axes; in order to provide employment opportunities for graduates through mechanisms and steps studied.
She added that "the mechanisms include preparing a competitive form that includes basic information for the applicants, and then interview the graduating students and conduct the tests for the interview in accordance with the principle of fair and transparent competition, whose paragraphs were approved in the form prepared by the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers."
The ministry said during a meeting with a number of demonstrators representing graduates of the oil engineering that it is working to find opportunities and alternatives for applicants, and work to find degrees of employment within the owners of national and foreign companies in accordance with the controls and instructions and laws in force.
She stressed that "the principle of competition between applicants will be adopted, in addition to providing opportunities for training and development in the exact specialties of work in the oil sector."
She pointed out that "the demands put forward by the graduates and their demonstration is a project approved by the Iraqi Constitution, and that the subject is subject to the attention of the Minister and his personal follow-up, and despite the restriction of the ministry instructions and controls in force, but it is working to find any legal outlet to increase the chances of appointment for graduates "He said.
The Ministry pointed out that it will announce during the coming period the results of the appointment according to the principle of justice and equality according to the competition form.

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