The master-key to public offices, and candidate's complete instructor: a hand-book for all persons desirous to enter her majesty's Civil service

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Page 54 - No subjects are obligatory. 5. — The merit of the persons examined will be estimated by marks ; and the number set opposite to each branch in the preceding regulation denotes the greatest number...
Page 55 - The seniority in the Civil Service of India of the selected candidates shall be determined according to the order in which they stand on the list resulting from the final examination.
Page 53 - A statement of those of the branches of knowledge hereinafter enumerated in which he desires to be examined. 3. In any case in which a doubt may arise as to the eligibility of a candidate in respect of age, health, or character, such inquiries as may be necessary will be instituted by the Civil Service Commissioners.
Page 168 - That he is properly certified as free from any physical defect or disease which would be likely to interfere with the proper discharge of his duties ; Third.
Page 169 - Commissioners, has been appointed to an office or employment, he shall enter on a period of probation, during which his conduct and capacity in the transaction of business shall be subjected to such tests as may be determined by the chief of the department to which he is...
Page 204 - ... with the proper discharge of his duties, should he be selected for the service of the State of New York.
Page 177 - Exercises designed to test Handwriting and Orthography. 2. Arithmetic (including Vulgar and Decimal Fractions). 3. English Composition.
Page 201 - For the purposes of this Act, no person hereafter to be appointed shall be deemed to have served in the permanent Civil Service of the State unless such person holds his appointment directly from the Crown, or has been admitted into the Civil Service with a certificate from the Civil Service Commissioners ; nor shall any person, already appointed to any office, be held to have served in the permanent Civil Service as aforesaid, unless such person belong...
Page 201 - ... to have served in the permanent Civil Service as aforesaid, unless such person belong to a class which is already entitled to superannuation allowance, or to a class in which, if he had been appointed thereto subsequently to the passing of this Act, he would, as holding his appointment directly from the Crown, or as having been admitted into the Civil Service with such certificate as aforesaid, have become entitled to such allowance ; and no person shall be entitled to any superannuation allowance...
Page 199 - Treasury that he is incapable, from infirmity of mind or body, to discharge the duties of his situation, and that, such infirmity is likely to be permanent.

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