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  • #7767

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    The Civil Service Commission is the commission that controls the civil service. It exercises the greatest control over the civil service. It is the institution established by government to appoint, promote, transfer and discipline the civil servants Ref: AN INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE BY CYRIL A. NDOH

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  • #7793

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    Wow there is a body set to discipline, and we still have high level of indiscipline in the civil service, well maybe the disciplinarians are not disciplined too, I mean how can you see indiscipline when you are not disciplined..

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    Femi Onileagbon
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    On the issue of the civil service commission, let me add something I picked from the net. It gives an insight into duties of the commission at the federal level:

    The Federal Civil Service Commission (FCSC) is responsible for:
    • Representation of the Civil Service Commissioners at Senior Staff Committee meetings of Ministries
    • Review and approval of recommendations on Disciplinary cases of senior officers
    • Recruitment of senior Officers
    • Ratification of promotion of offices to senior positions, including conducting promotion interviews and exams
    • Hearing appeals on matters of appointment, promotion and disciplines
    • Providing guidelines on appointments, promotions and discipline.
    In the case of appointments at the Director or Permanent Secretary level, the Chairman of the FCSC may head a panel that interviews candidates who pass the written examination.

    All staff of the Federal Civil Service Commission with the exception of the Chairman and Commissioners are civil servants directly under the control of the Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation.[1] In August 2009, The Chairman of the Federal Civil Service Commission, Ahmed Al-Gazali, and the Head of Civil Service, Stephen Osagiede Oronsaye, initiated a new tenure policy that provides a four-year term renewable once for permanent secretaries and eight-year term for directors.

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    You don’t expect a teacher who isn’t disciplined to discipline well his student

    That is synonymous to csc and their workers/members

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