The Civil Service Commission (CSC) in the Philippines is an independent constitutional commission responsible for overseeing and regulating the civil service in the country.

It was created under the 1987 Philippine Constitution and is tasked with ensuring merit-based recruitment, promotion, and career development of civil servants.

The Civil Service Commission has yet to announce the results of the Career Service Exam- Pen and Paper Test (CSE-PPT) for Professional and Subprofessional levels conducted on March 26, 2023, in 94 CSC testing centers nationwide.

The Civil Service Commission has reported a significant increase in the number of individuals taking the CSE-PPT on March 26, 2023.

The figure has more than doubled compared to the previous August 2022 exams, with approximately 450,000 examinees participating in the recent Civil Service Exam.

Of this total, a majority of over 350,000 or 86% opted to take the Professional Level exam, while the remaining 13% or around 52,000 individuals took the Subprofessional test.

The CSC also provides various services to civil servants, such as training and development programs, scholarships, and counseling services.

It also promotes ethical standards and values in the civil service through the implementation of the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees.

Overall, the Civil Service Commission plays a crucial role in ensuring a professional and competent civil service in the Philippines by upholding the principles of merit, fitness, and equality of opportunity

The list of passers will be posted certain verified pages once the CSC releases the official results online.

According to CSC, the target release date of the results is on June 9, 2023 or about 75 calendar days after the examination.

However, the results may come out sooner or later than the target date without prior notice from the CSC.

Please stay tuned for more updates.