MANILA, Philippines (Released) – The June 2018 Fire Officer Exam and Penology Officer Exam results (FOE-POE) as well as the complete list of passers will be accessed at this website as the Civil Service Commission (CSC) officially released the results online within 41 days after the exams.
Below is the summary of Fire Officer Exam result for June 2018 and Penology Officer exams list of passers (FOE-POE), courtesy of CSC.
JUNE 2018 FOE-POE RESULTS SUMMARY
- FOE Passers June 2018 (NCR | CAR | CARAGA | ARMM | Region 1 | Region 2 | Region 3 | Region 4 | Region 5 | Region 6 | Region 7 | Region 8 | Region 9 | Region 10 | Region 11 | Region 12)
- POE Passers June 2018 (NCR | CAR | CARAGA | ARMM | Region 1 | Region 2 | Region 3 | Region 4 | Region 5 | Region 6 | Region 7 | Region 8 | Region 9 | Region 10 | Region 11 | Region 12)
- Verification of Rating OCSERGS: Fire Officer Exam & Penology Officer Exam (FOE-POE) June 2018
The FOE-POE exams 2018 are administered by the Civil Service Commission on June 24, 2018 at designated CSC testing centers nationwide (San Fernando City, La Union; Tuguegarao City; City of San Fernando, Pampanga; Batangas City; Legazpi City; Iloilo City; Cebu City; Tacloban City; Zamboanga City; Cagayan de Oro City; Davao City; Cotabato City; NCR – Quezon City; CAR – Baguio City and CARAGA – Butuan City.
The June 2018 FOE-POE exams were originally scheduled to take place on June 17, 2018 but later rescheduled June 24 through CSC Examination Advisory No. 11, s. 2018 to ensure the efficient and timely discharge of preparatory and administrative requirements on the conduct of the the aforementioned exams. CSC also considered the observance of upcoming holidays dated June 12, 2018 – Independence day and June 15, 2018 Eid’l Fitr or end of Ramadan.
The exams aim to establish a register of Eligibles (RoE) in which the certification can be used to second level ranks at the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) for FOE and Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) for POE, provided that the eligibles meet the requirements and qualifications of the position.
FOE and POE results are equivalent to both second level eligibilities. To quote CSC,
The resulting Fire Officer Eligibility and the Penology Officer Eligibility are both second level eligibilities that are specific and appropriate for second level ranks in the fire protection and jail management and penology services, respectively, and other functionally related services. These eligibilities, however, are not appropriate for ranks under the Philippine National Police.
RELEASE OF RESULTS
As stated in CSC Examination Announcement No. 03 series of 2018, the target release of June 2018 Fire Officer Exam (FOE-POE) will be within forty-one (41) days after the day of exams (on or before August 4, 2018).
However, results may also be released earlier or later than the target date without prior notice.
The most recent FOE-POE exams were conducted by the Civil Service Commission on March 13, 2016. A total of 1,317 out of 8,031 (16.40%) examinees passed the FOE exams while 207 out of 1,241 examinees hurdled the POE exams.
Edgardo Siguan from NCR ranked first in the Fire Officer Exams garnering a rating of 91.49% followed by Dan Romulo Caceres also from NCR having 90.57%.
In the Penology Officer exams, Allyne Stephanie Caceres from NCR, Madelyn Mas and Ma. Liezl Rosales, both from Eastern Visayas topped the exams having 88.49%.
For 2017, there were no conduct of FOE and POE exams.
June 2018 Fire Officer Exam covered the following areas:
- General Ability (25%): Verbal, Analytical and Numerical
- Fire Suppression (30%): Pre-Fire Planning; Firefighting Techniques and Procedures; Tools, Equipment and Apparatus
- Fire Safety and Prevention (20%): Fire Code of the Philippines; Fire Safety Related Codes, NFPA Laws and other BFP Issuances (Building Code, Electrical Code); BFP Citizens Charter, SOP/MCs on Fire Safety Inspection
- Fire Investigation (15%): The Law on Arson in the Philippines (RPC); Procedures and Techniques; SOP’s in Fire and Arson Investigation
- Administrative Matters (10%): RA 6975, 9263 & 9592 and its IRR; CSC Rules and Regulations and Qualification Standards; BFP Memo Circulars and SOP’s on Administrative Matters
June 2018 Penology Officer Exam covered the following topics:
- General Ability (50%): Verbal, Analytical, Numerical
- Jail Management Concepts and Applications (30%): Commitment and Classifications of Inmates/Prisoners/Detainees; Reception Procedures, Classification and Disciplinary Boards and Punishable Acts of Inmates; Treatment of Inmates with Special Needs
- Custodial Concepts and Applications (45%): Custody, Security and Control, Emergency Plans, Movement and Transfer of Prisoners and Detainees; Inmates’ Rights and Privileges
- Inmates Welfare and Development Programs (15%)
- BJMP Administrative Matters (10%): Salient Features of RA 6713 & RA 9263; Omnibus Rules on Leave; Bill of Rights – Article III of the Constitution; RA 9745; 2017 Omnibus Rules on Appointments and Other Human Resource Actions; 2017 BJMP Comprehensive Administrative Disciplinary Machinery
FOE and POE covered 150 test items and 10 Examinee Descriptive Questionnaires (EDQ) in 3 hours and 5 minutes.
To pass the exams, CSC said that an examinee must obtain a general rating of at least 80.00%.
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