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From Juliana Taiwo-Obalonye, Abuja

The Federal Government through the Head of Service (HoS) has approved for the Grades 06–13 to set for the 2022 Promotion Examination to be held on Saturday, December 10, across the 6 geopolitical zones and nationally.

According to a statement by the Deputy Director, Communications, Mohammed Ahmed, “In line with this, the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Dr Folasade Yemi-Esan, has approved the release of the timetable for the conduct of the 2022 promotion examination for eligible candidates on salary Grade Levels 06-13 in the common pool of the Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation (HoCSF).”

The test will take place on Saturday, December 10, at the same locations by 11:00 am, 1:00 pm, and 3:00 pm for Grade Levels 06–07, 08–10, and 12–13, respectively. In the meantime, accreditation is scheduled to take place from Monday, December 5 through Thursday, December 8, between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm daily.

According to the Circular No. HCSF/CMO/EM/AOD/073/VOI. III/12, dated 25th November 2022 and signed by the Permanent Secretary, Career Management Office – OHCSF, Dr Marcus Ogunbiyi, only candidates on Salary Grade Levels 06 and 07 to 13, who must have spent a minimum of two and three years, respectively on their present grade levels by 31st December 2021, are eligible to sit for the examination.

The accreditation and the examination will take place, concurrently, at the 6 Federal Training Centres located in the 6 geo-political zones namely, Public Service Institute (PSIN), Abuja, Federal Secretariat, Bauchi, Federal Training Centre, Enugu, Federal Training Centre, Lagos and Federal Training Centre, Calabar.

“Eligible candidates are strongly advised to come for physical accreditation and examination at the designated centres with the originals and photocopies of the following documents for sighting and submission; Valid Staff Identity Card of their respective MDA, Birth Certificate/ Declaration of Age, Letter and Gazette of First Appointment, Letter and Gazette of Confirmation of Appointment, Letters of last three (3) Promotions, Academic Credentials, Two accurate coloured passport photographs, Letter of Transfer of Service (where applicable), Conversion Letter (if any) and Advancement Letter on or before 1/1/2019”, the statement read.

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Killexams : Even a two-minute examination of conscience is helpful, pope says

By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — A daily examination of conscience is an important tool for recognizing where God is at work in one’s life and where “the evil spirit” tries to lead one astray, Pope Francis said.

“Learn to read in the book of our hearts what has happened during the day. Do it. Just two minutes, but it will do you good, I promise,” the pope told visitors at his weekly general audience Nov. 30.

After his talk, Pope Francis and the crowd were treated to a performance by the Black Blues Brothers, a group of five acrobats from Kenya. Wearing dark suits and ties, they did handsprings, created human pyramids and did tumbling and dance tricks while jumping rope to songs from the 1980 film “The Blues Brothers.”

Continuing his series of audience talks about discernment, the pope spoke again about “spiritual consolation” and about using a daily examination of conscience to distinguish between what just feels good and “genuine consolation,” which, he said, “is a sort of confirmation that we are doing what God wants of us, that we are walking on his paths, that is, on the paths of life, joy and peace.”

Relying on the teaching of St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuits, the pope explained that consolation comes from knowing that a thought or impulse is good at its beginning, middle and end, because it inclines one to do something good, is motivated by love for God and others and leads to a sense of peace.

On the other hand, the pope explained, “the evil spirit” can sneak in and distract one from doing good or sow anger toward others or pride.

“When we talk about the ‘evil spirit,’ we are talking about the devil, you know,” the pope said. “The devil exists.”

Pope Francis used the example of the thought or urge to pray, accompanied by “affection for the Lord and my neighbor, it invites gestures of generosity, of charity: it is a good beginning.”

But, he said, if “every time I have to wash the dishes or clean the house, I have a strong urge to pray — this happens in convents” — then the impulse is not all good.

“Go wash the dishes, then go pray,” he said, because “prayer is not an escape from one’s tasks.”

And, the pope said, “if I begin to pray and, like the Pharisee in the parable, I tend to be self-satisfied and to disdain others, perhaps with a resentful and sour spirit, then these are signs that the evil spirit has used that thought as a key to enter into my heart and to transmit his feelings to me.”

In such cases, he said, “the consolation of prayer” is false, and one simply is “a peacock before God,” strutting his or her presumed holiness.

Then, Pope Francis said, one should ask, “Where does that thought take me? For example, it can happen that I work hard for a good and worthy task, but this pushes me to stop praying; I find I am increasingly aggressive and angry, I feel that everything depends on me, to the point of losing confidence in God. Here, evidently, there is the action of the evil spirit.”

The devil’s style is “devious, masked,” the pope said, and he usually starts with something important to the person and then twists it.

“The more we know ourselves, the more we sense where the evil spirit enters, his ‘passwords,’ the entrance to our heart,” Pope Francis said.

“Before ending your day, stop a bit and ask what has happened (that day) — not in the newspapers,” he said, but in one’s heart.

“Noticing what happens is important,” he said. “It is a sign that God’s grace is working in us, helping us to grow in freedom and awareness. We are not alone; the Holy Spirit is with us. Let’s see how things are going.”

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Killexams : Students Navigate Stress, test Preparation as Finals Period Approaches

As the fall semester comes to a close, students are preparing for the upcoming finals period, facing stress and navigating study resources for the exam-filled week.

With classes ending on Dec. 5, the three-day study period allows students to dedicate their time to studying and working on final projects, without the obligation of classes. Finals will begin on Dec. 9 and end on Dec. 17.

Students largely expressed feeling overwhelmed about their upcoming final exams, saying that they feel they have little time to prepare before the finals period begins.