Latest News:  
Beijing   Cloudy/Sunny    9 / 0   City Forecast

People's Daily Online>>China Society

Around 1.3 million young Chinese to compete for central government posts


14:22, November 26, 2011

BEIJING, Nov. 26 (Xinhua) -- An estimated 1.3 million young Chinese will compete for 18,000 civil servant posts in central government departments and their local branches on Saturday and Sunday.

On Saturday afternoon, exams of extra skills will be held for applicants competing for posts with foreign language requirements and those for posts of the China Banking Regulatory Commission.

On Sunday, all applicants will take the general exam.

Among them, about 88,000 applicants are from Beijing, said a report from Saturday's Beijing Times.

The city has adopted various measures to prevent cheating in the exams. For the first time, device have been installed in the examination sites to block cell phone signals so that applicants can not use cell phones for cheating, the newspaper said.

In addition, vans carrying monitoring device for wireless signals will patrol around the sites to detect suspicious signals, the report said.

【1】 【2】


Leave your comment0 comments

  1. Name


Selections for you

  1. Syrians demonstrate in support of president Assad

  2. Body insurance: World's most expensive legs and breast

  3. Rural dance teacher takes troupe to world stage

  4. Selected wonderful photos of 2011 from National Geographic

Most Popular


  1. Think competitively
  2. Public anger hits the roof
  3. Zero-sum mentality should be ditched
  4. US expected to contribute to Asian economy
  5. No end in sight for economic doldrums
  6. China supports UN green industry initiative
  7. It's proved a wise decision
  8. The role that US plays in Asia
  9. Addressing climate change
  10. Reviled 1 percent are not all wicked

What's happening in China

Cultural blackout

  1. Ministry works to hasten disaster relief
  2. Pension, medical insurance for clergy in Tibet
  3. Unity is the key for China's top private firms
  4. Ticket price hike raises debate over profit sharing
  5. Taxi cab recorders bring up privacy doubts

PD Online Data

  1. The lion dance in Guangzhou
  2. The flower fair in Guangzhou
  3. Lion dances pay New Year calls in Guilin
  4. Jiangsu´s special New Year traditions
  5. Hakka traditions in Spring Festival