MIRI: The Public Services Commission created history Tuesday by conducting its very first walk-in interviews for job applicants to the civil service department.
Commission chairman Tan Sri Mahmood Adam, who was present, said this was a very important development.
”We are having impromptu interviews as a way to get closer to citizens who want to join the civil service.
”Sarawakians have always been very supportive of the government departments.
”Almost 50 percent of applicants for the vacancies are from Sarawak,” he said when speaking to about 500 applicants at the Miri Chinese Chamber of Conmerce here.
Sarawak Assistant Communication Minister Datuk Lee Kim Shin said it was heartening to see huge turnout from Chinese applicants for the various federal department vacancies.
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