Because of Enem, ECA stage for evidence is postponed for the day 19 from November

In all compete to 77 apprenticeship positions and TCE reserve registration training 3.565 candidates.
01/11/2017 15h32 - Updated 2/11/2017 14h22
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Due to the completion of the first stage of the National Secondary Education Examination (one), no Sunday (5/11), the Public Accounts School (ECP) Amazonas State Court of Auditors (TCE-AM) decided, late in the morning of Wednesday (1º/11), delay of the day 5 for the day 19 November the tests the Selection Process Simplified (PSS) for 77 apprenticeship positions and booking registration training.

The decision was made jointly by councilors Ari Moutinho Junior, President do TCE, and the general coordinator of the ECP, adviser Joshua Son, to avoid possible inconvenience to 3,5 PSS thousand registered candidates do not TCE, that would move to evidence of parallel local students to compete for the Enem.

"There is concern that the large influx in the city, caused by the holding of two exhibitions of great importance for students, will eventually harm the candidates both Enem as our selection process ", said President Ari Moutinho Junior, announcing the postponement.

Next week, after the holiday, ECP will publish the new location of the tests, since state schools assigned for this weekend are already other programming on 19.

In all compete to 77 apprenticeship positions and TCE reserve registration training 3.565 candidates, and 1.582 to right, 595 for administration; 533 engineering and 497 accounting (497), 136 for information technology; 103 for Communication (103); 85 for economy and 22 for archival science.

Successful fill vacancies arranged in the Announcement, admission to forecast the Court for the month of December this year. With a load schedule 25 week hours, and five hours per day. The monthly stipend is $ 1.000,00, with allowance for vouchers worth R $ 167,20 and safer life.

More information can be found by calling the number 3301-8301.

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