Plan to hold Computer-Based Test for legal Myanmar workers who worked in over three years in South Korea on 4 October

According to the Public Overseas Employment Agency Employment Permit System (POEA-EPS), the special CBT for Myanmar workers who have legally worked in South Korea for more than three years will take place on 4 October.
As an original schedule for September, the special Computer-Based Test (CBT) has been earmarked but it will now run from 4 to 20 October.
In 2010, the Computer-Based Test (CBT) system was introduced to Myanmar workers who returned after January, with the aim of enabling them to rejoin the work.
The application for the examination must be submitted through the online system, and POEA-EPS has released the list of workers eligible to take the test. Currently, there are more than 150,000 eligible candidates for the exam.
Applicants must be between the aged 18 and 39 and should have been deported from the Republic of Korea. However, individuals who have lived illegally, have been sentenced to prison, have been banned from leaving their home country, or have resided there for more than five years are not eligible.
The Korean Language Proficiency Test (CBT) will be held at Pinlon Hall and the winner candidates will be announced on the Government Overseas Employment Agency’s Facebook page. — TWA/KZW

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