Wednesday, 15 November 2017

The Minister of Public Service And The Director General Of ENAM At Dagger Drawn Over The Management Of ENAM's Entrance Examination

Results of the 2017 entrance examination into the  National School of Administration and Magistracy (ENAM) is still being caged because of administrative scuffle between Director of the Institution Linus Toussaint Mendjana and the Minister of Public Services Michel Ange Angouing.

The Director General is refusing to  setup a committee to check the results as stipulated by the law. To this effect Minister Michel Ange addressed a letter to him on Nov. 9, 2017, reminding him that he is violating the laws by his refusal to setup the committee.

This scuffle has kept candidates who wrote the entrance exams into various branches of the institution, on an unbalanced scale, since they do not know which step to take next. 

The bone of contention between these two administrative giants is the 'setup of the committee to control and check the examination scripts.'

The committee that Linus Mendjana is refusing to put in place, is a violation of article 49 and  50 of decree No 2000/696/PM of 13 September 2000 on the 'general system of government competitive examinations.'

Article 49 (1) says: "A committee whose members are appointed by the minister in charge of the public service shall examine the examination scripts and classify the candidates in order of merit, after marking the scripts."

Article 50(1) says: "The counting and grading committee is responsible for the counting of the examination scripts, the reports of marks obtained by each candidate, and the calculation of the marks."

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