More of 2,8 thousand contribute to apprenticeship positions TEC-AM

Registrations continue until tomorrow (4).
03/10/2016 11h22 - Updated 3/10/2016 11h22
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The selection process of the Court of Auditors Interns Amazonas State (PSE / TCE-AM) - Whose Submissions close on Tuesday (4/10) - Recorded the record registration 2.803 students, They are vying for 21 Start vacancies immediately and even booking registration training for management areas, right, accounting, economy, civil Engineering, information Technology, Social Communication (Journalism and Public Relations) and archivology.

The most disputed vacancies are right, with 1.041 subscribers, followed by administering (541), accounting (492) and civil engineering (405). The dispute between the law students will be 115,6 by wave.

Earlist, TEC is offering nine places to the right, five for administration, six for accounting and one for archivology. The formation of the registry will meet the demands of the eight PSE courses and students will be called as the vacancy, obeying the sort order.

According to paragraph notice 1/2016, applicants must be enrolled at least the 4th period or the 2nd semester of the second year and still has accumulated income coefficient equal to or greater than 6,0 (six).

The stage in the TEC lasts 25 week hours, and five hours daily. The amount of the monthly stipend is $ 812, transportation allowance in the amount of R $ 121 and personal accident insurance.

Submissions can still be made, exclusively, through the ECP portal ( After this step, the student or guardian should make the confirmation of registration, day 5 a 11 of October, to TBI, bringing copies of documents (RG, CPF, proof of enrollment and transcript) and presentation of the confirmation issued in the ECA portal.

The tests will be made on the day 23 of October, four essay questions and three hours. The time and place of the tests will be disclosed on 19 of October.

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