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Al-Tamimi said in a statement to the official agency, followed by “Nass” (June 9, 2021), that “the categories excluded from appointments for the year 2021 are covered by Law No. 67 of 2017 for degree holders, as well as Law 59 for the first graduates of 2017, in addition to those covered by Law No. 6 of 2017. 2000 Medical Graduation.
He added, "The new recruitment processes will be through an electronic program that includes all standards of transparency and the best choice of job," noting that "the Service Council demanded all institutions to know the data related to these institutions' need for jobs and appointments, and is there a possibility of financial allocation."
He pointed out that "a number of government institutions and governorates responded to the council's request and provided data related to the need for employment."
Regarding job grades for the next year, he said, "Next year's grades are postponed for budget discussions for the next year, and financial abundance is what determines."
The council announced, earlier, that it had received the names of the top three graduates from the Ministry of Education, while noting that more than 20,000 graduates would compete for appointment to state institutions.
The head of the council, Mahmoud Al-Tamimi, told the official channel, and “Nas” followed it (June 8, 2021), that “the council received the names of the first three graduates from the Ministry of Higher Education,” noting that “the names included the graduates of more than 34 government colleges and institutes.”
He added that "more than 20 thousand graduates will compete for appointment in various state institutions," noting that "the names need to secure financial allocations and job grades."
Al-Tamimi confirmed that "the council has not yet received the names of science graduates covered by the amended medical gradation law from the Ministry of Health," noting that "appointments for the degrees of deletion and creation will be released after the approval of the owners of these departments and the need for them from ministries and entities not associated with a ministry."
On May 31, the Federal Service Council confirmed that there are no numbers of those who are covered by the appointments of certificate holders, and while noting that their appointment depends on two criteria, he announced his readiness to start hiring certificate holders as soon as their database arrives.
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