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Health: more than 15,000 candidates called for the 2nd phase of the entrance exams to the public tender

The Minister of Health, Sílvia Lutucuta, reported this Wednesday that more than 15,000 candidates will have access to the second phase of the exams of the public health contest, which has 8000 places available.


A total of 15,354 competitors were called to complete the access tests, which will take place this Friday, September 30th.

Cited by Angop, the health minister explained that a national survey of these candidates was carried out, resorting to the help of provincial juries, and it was found that in some provinces there were competitors who, due to technical reasons, did not carry out the examination of the first call (which took place from the 21st to the 23rd of September), thus justifying the completion of the second phase of the examinations.

Thus, he added, for this second phase the competitors were selected in the provinces of Bengo, Bié, Cuanza Norte, Cuanza Sul, Huambo, Lunda Sul, Malanje, Namibe, Uíge and Benguela (this is the province with the highest number of applicants, around 68 percent of the total of 15,354 candidates).

As for Cabinda, Cuando Cubango, Cunene and Lunda Norte, the minister said that these provinces no longer meet the requirements for the tests, writes Angop.

The entrance exams will take place this Friday and, according to the calendar, the first test will be in Nursing and General Regime, taking place between 08:00 am and 10:00 am.

At 10:30 am, the Medical and Hospital Support Career exam begins, which will run until 12:30 pm. In the afternoon, from 2 pm to 4 pm, there will be the examination of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technicians and Social Worker.

Sílvia Lutucuta, quoted by Angop, also referred that in Luanda the exams will take place at the Agostinho Neto University Campus and in the other provinces they will be carried out in schools and places determined for this, advising candidates to consult the platform for more information.


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