Petroleum Union: Oil tests are incapacitating and raising the success rate empties the sector of competencies

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– The Petroleum Corporation should absorb all graduates of oil majors

The Secretary-General of the Union of Petroleum Workers and the Petrochemical Industry, Abdulaziz Nayef Al-Otaibi, was surprised by “the difficulty of oil tests, which leads to the exclusion of national competencies from diploma and bachelor’s graduates for oil specializations from being appointed in the oil sector by raising the success rate for their acceptance or setting incapacitating tests in which success is almost very little.” .

He said, “The federation and its unions stressed the need to absorb national competencies and ease the conditions for their absorption within the sector.”

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He stressed the need for KPC to coordinate with higher education and applied education to open oil majors for Kuwaiti students according to the needs of the oil sector. The civil service explicitly declares that none of them can be accepted into government sectors.

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Al-Otaibi called on the CEO of the Petroleum Corporation to “devise a fair and just solution to this aggravating problem, by returning the exams to the applicants, reducing their level of difficulty, and reducing the success rate in them so that the largest possible number of those who pass these exams are accepted to fill the vacancies and shortages in the oil companies, and not to blame these graduates for the imbalance that was announced.” About him, Kuwait University, from the disruption of the system (the system), as it is said.

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