Examinees walk into Nanjing Forestry University to take the National Civil Servant Exam in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province. (Photos: Xinhua/Sun Can)
The 2018 registration for provincial civil servant exams have begun, with the recruitment policy giving priority to grassroots and remote areas.
Since February this year, more than 20 provinces have announced this year’s civil servant recruitment.
Many provinces have released support policies for grassroots and remote areas. For example, Hubei province plans to recruit 7,382 civil servants this year, among which 6,126 positions will be for county and township grassroots organs, accounting for 82.99 percent of the quota. For village and township organs, recruitment policies have expanded to include people under 45 years and with a high school degree.
Examinees check exam information before taking the National Civil Servant Exam at Nanjing Forestry University in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province.
Hainan province is recruiting positions of 60 villages and towns in remote areas, relaxed the limits on majors and lowered the qualifying score for exams and interviews.
Provinces including Anhui, Guangdong and Heilongjiang plan to recruit over 7,000 people. Among them, Guangdong plans to recruit 10,929.
Examinees prepare before taking the National Civil Servant Exam at Nanjing Forestry University in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province.