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Deadline for registration in the unified competition ends this Friday

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Deadline for registration in the unified competition ends this Friday

This Friday (9), at 11:59 pm, Brasília time, the registration period for the Unified National Public Competition (CPNU) ends, which will hire 6,640 public servants for 21 federal agencies. Today, the number of registered candidates reached a record two million candidates, but 700,000 still need to pay the registration fee to confirm their participation.

The test will be taken in 220 cities across all states and the Federal District and will be administered on May 5th. Candidates may compete to one or more careers in one of the thematic blocks of the eight notices, which were recently rectified to correct ambiguities and inaccurate information.

According to the Ministry of Management and Innovation in Public Services (MGI) – responsible for the selection process – the changes referred to vacancies reserved for people with disabilities (PwD) and black people, in addition to some training requirements for certain vacancies. The objective of the changes was to guarantee compliance with the constitutional principles of public administration and also to enhance the selection of professionals most suited to carrying out their duties.

The institution advises that candidates whose notices have been amended must be made aware of the changes, including documentation that will need to be presented in case of approval.

Selective process

This is the first time that the federal government has carried out a selection process in which candidates can apply for more than one position in different bodies, in order of interest, paying only one registration fee. To do this, it is necessary to select the thematic block and the level of education with which the candidate intends to compete, with registration fees of R$90 for higher education places and R$60 for secondary level competitors.

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Until the end of the registration period, candidates whose exemption requests were not accepted will be able to pay the fee and participate in the competition. The entire registration process is done through the Cesgranriowhich is the panel carrying out the selection process, using the gov.br account.

Registered candidates will be able to check their final registration data on February 29th and on April 29th it will be possible to check the test location. The results of the objective and preliminary tests of the discursive and writing tests will be announced on June 3rd. On July 30th, the final result should be published with the classification of those approved.

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