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Civil service exam in HK to be held only at Delia Hip Wo

23 November 2016

Delia Hip Wo is the sole venue of the first Civil Service exam outside the Philippines
 About 500 OFWs who are due to take this Sunday’s Civil Service examination at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre will now have to join the rest of about 1,000 examinees at Delia Memorial School Hip Wo in Kwun Tong for the test.
Labor Attache Jalilo de la Torre disclosed the change of venue today, Nov 23, just four days before the scheduled examination.
Labatt De la Torre and his staff have been contacting the examinees who were earlier advised to go to the HKCEC for the exam, the first ever to be administered by the Civil Service Commission outside the Philippines.
The POLO official told The SUN cost issues had prompted the CSC to ditch the HKCEC as test venue.
He did not say how much the HKCEC would cost but said Delia was charging $40,000 for the use of its campus for the Nov. 27 examination on.
The Philippine Overseas Labor Office issued an announcement this afternoon which Labatt De la Torre posted on his Facebook page.
“Due to technical issues with the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center as venue for the Nov 27 Civil Service Exams, we have decided to hold the exam only at Delia School at 221 Hip Wo St., Kwun Tong. Recommended transportation is by MTR, (Green Line) Kwun Tong Station, Exit A1.
“All registered examinees are advised to proceed to DELIA SCHOOL on Sunday, and to give allowance for walking (about 15 minutes from Exit C3 and looking for the venue).
“Please be reminded to bring BLACK PEN, and the following:
1) Original of the proof of payment
2) Copy of the CSC application form;
3) Passport
“The exam will start at 1 pm and end at around 4 pm, but the examinees should be at the Delia School at 12 noon. Latecomers will be allowed to take the exam but they will have to finish the exam at the same time as the rest of the examinees.
“TO ALL EXAMINEES: PLEASE ACKNOWLEDGE WITH YOUR FULL NAME IF YOU HAVE READ THIS MESSAGE. THANK YOU. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.”
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