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2013 COMPRO PAST QUESTIONS – PUBLIC SERVICE RULES

COMPRO EXAMINATION FOR NIGERIAN CIVIL SERVANTS
COMPRO EXAMINATION FOR NIGERIAN CIVIL SERVANTS
COMPRO EXAMINATION FOR NIGERIAN CIVIL SERVANTS

Thursday, 17th April 2013

Instruction: Answer any five (5) questions. All questions carry equal marks.

    1. With the aid of the PSR, define the word “Recruitment”
    2. Define the following terms:-
      1. Officer
      2. Expatriate Officer
      3. Senior Posts
      4. Junior Posts
      5. Wife/Husband (of an officer)
  1. You are about to write a petition on a matter that affects you personally, mention five (5) conditions that may lead to the disqualified
    1. List five (5) ways by which an officer can leave the Service
    2. Mention three (3) types of appointment in the Public Service
  2. Mention the titles of Executive Officers and Administrative Officers and their grade levels in order of Seniority

Related: 2017 COMPRO PAST QUESTIONS – PUBLIC SERVICE RULES

    1. Differentiate between Deferred Increment and Withheld Increment
    2. What are the grounds for differing and withholding increment?
    1. List the four (4) types of Appointments in the Federal Public Service
    2. Your friend is seeking for a permanent and pensionable appointment, advise him on five eligible rules for appointment into the Public Service.
    1. What is Misconduct?
    2. Mention Ten (10) acts of which constitutes Misconduct in the Public Service
  1. Mention five (5) officers who would require the approval of the President before going on Medical Check-up at Government expense abroad.

Goodluck

Related: 2014 COMPRO PAST QUESTIONS – PUBLIC SERVICE RULES


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