What is the Deadline for submitting application files for the MINFOPRA 2022-2023 competitive entrance examination? The Minister of Public Service and Administrative Reform signed on July 25, 2022, a series of decrees opening direct competitions for the 2022-2023 session.
As things stand, the online registration process is still ongoing and aspiring candidates will have until November to submit their applications.
Here, we have all the valuable information on the various MINFOPRA competitions such as the required documents, the application procedure as well as the exact deadline for submitting application files.
Step 1: Create an account on the platform – Fill in your personal information and login settings in the registration form. Personal information will allow you to recover your account if you forget your password.
Step 2: Select a contest – After creating your account, log in to your account and then select a contest. To search for a competition the candidate can use the search field located on the top bar of the platform by entering the name of the competition and clicking on the magnifying glass The candidate can also use the search located on the home page here or go to the page dedicated to the search for competitions here. Go .
Step 3: Register for a contest – Select the contest by clicking on its name. Complete the Contest registration form. Then, Print the discharge to make the payment of the competition fees
Step 4: Make the payment at an approved financial institution
Types of MINFOPRA competitions
Direct competitive examination: Direct competitive examinations are open to candidates fulfilling the conditions set for entering the civil service, holders of the qualifications required to claim recruitment in a permanent framework of the administration Civil servants in civil service framework candidates for direct competition for entry into another body must obtain the prior authorization of the minister in charge of the public service after consulting the user minister.
Professional competitions: Competition open to the civil servant, with a view to advancing in rank within a framework or to moving to an immediately superior framework. Candidates must be fifty years old on January 1 of the year of the competition. at most for access to jobs in categories A and B and forty-five years at most for access to jobs in category C and have at least five years of effective service in their grade.
Scholarship competition: Scholarship competitions are organized with a view to the selection of candidates for national, foreign or international scholarships for training or development Candidates may be either civil servants or State agents covered by the Labor Code. The Opening Act sets the conditions to be fulfilled by the candidates, as well as the nature and the coefficients of the tests of scholarship competition concerned.
Special competitions: Special competitions may be open to State agents falling under the status of auxiliaries, or of the labour code with a view to their recruitment within the permanent framework of the public service Candidates for a special competition must meet the same conditions as those required of candidates for direct competitions of the same level, with the exception of that relating to age Can be candidates for special competition agents who, on the date of the competition, have at least five years of actual service in the administration as auxiliaries or agents of the State covered by the labour code.