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Bulgaria is educating administration at European level

Submitted on Thursday, 2 October 2008No Comment
Bulgaria is educating administration at European level

‘Bulgaria needs young, energetic and fast educating itself administration’, said Bulgaria’s Prime Minister Sergey Stanishev, who attended today the contests for young experts in state administration.

The PM greeted the candidates and generated automatically the exam questions. He emphasized that conducting such tests is a good way of start of the future experts’ career.

The State Administration Minister Nikolay Vasilev opened the centralized contest in the capital Sofia. He announced that 548 people of total 1154 have managed to pass the exam.

The contests will be conducted also tomorrow in Sofia, Varna, Plovdiv, Veliko Tarnovo and Burgas. The specialized tests consist of 30 questions in the fields of Economy, Finance, Law, European studies, computer skills and foreign languages. The candidates have 30 minutes to do the exam.

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