The Public Prosecution Department conducted written tests for 1,400 applicants with Bachelor’s degree in Sharia’a and Law and higher qualifications, who competed for the job of public prosecution assistant.
The candidates were put in two groups as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The sorting of candidates will be processed electronically as per a programme set by Sultan Qaboos University (SQU) for tests of government institutions.
Nasr Khamis al Sawa’ee, Attorney General, conducted an inspection tour to scrutinise efforts made to conduct the tests held at SQU labs.
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