OFFICE OF THE CHAIRMAN OF THE
EXECUTIVE COMMISSION
MALACANAN PALACE

BY THE CHAIRMAN OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMISSION

ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 12

PRESCRIBING ADDITIONAL REGULATIONS FOR THE OPERATION OF THE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES TRAINING INSTITUTE.

The following additional regulations are hereby prescribed for the guidance of officials and employees concerned in connection with the operation of the Government Employees Training Institute:

1. Inclusive dates of the second term; registration of trainees.—The second term of the Government Employees Training Institute shall open on Monday, January 18, 1943, and shall close on Monday, March 15, 1943.

The registration of the trainees for the said second term shall take place during the prescribed office hours on January 15 and 16, 1943, in the office of the Executive Officer and Registrar of the Institute.

The inclusive dates of subsequent terms of the Institute as well as the dates for the registration of the trainees therefor shall be announced in due time by the Executive Secretary to the Commission.

2. Quotas of trainees.—Each department, bureau or office of the Central Administrative Organization, including the Judicial Courts, the provinces and chartered cities, and the government owned or controlled corporations shall, for the second term of the Institute, send to the same the number of officials or employees indicated in the attached Appendix. The Commissioner of the Interior is authorized, in case of inability of any province or chartered city to cover the quota assigned thereto, to fill such deficiency with officials or employees from other provinces or chartered cities.

The Executive Secretary to the Commission is authorized to fix the quotas of the different departments, bureaus, and offices of the Central Administrative Organization, including the Judicial Courts, the provinces and chartered cities, and the government owned or controlled corporations for subsequent terms of the Institute.

3. Selection of trainees.—The officials or employees to be sent to the Institute shall be selected in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 7 of Administrative Order No. 7 of this office, dated October 15, 1942. No employee who is not a high-school graduate should be selected for scholarship in the Institute, although this restriction may be waived in the case of those who are eligible in the first grade civil service examination or its equivalent. The Provincial Governors and City Mayors shall select employees paid from provincial and city funds, respectively, provided that in the absence of qualified employees in their respective immediate offices, they may make selection from the employees of other offices within the province or city, whose salaries are paid from provincial and city funds, upon approval of the corresponding Commissioner of Department.

Only employees in good health should be selected for the scholarship. Every provincial or city employee selected for scholarship shall bring to the Institute a medical certificate signed by the respective District or City Health Officer, a resident physician of a government hospital or medical clinic, or a President of a Sanitary Division, showing that he is in good health, not incapacitated to undergo strenuous physical exercise, and not suffering from any contagious or communicable disease. Employees selected for scholarship who live in Manila shall report to the Superintendent of the Institute, corner of Zurbaran and Andalucia Streets, Manila, for physical examination between the 16th and 23rd of December, 1942.

A list of the employees selected for scholarship in the second term of the Institute must be sent to the Director of the Institute by the departments concerned not later than December 15, 1942, giving the following information: name, age, position, salary received, highest school work completed, and civil service examination.

Done in the City of Manila, Philippines, this 15th day of November, 1942.

(Sgd.) JORGE B. VARGAS
Chairman of the Executive Commission

Reference: Quota Of trainees for each bureau, office, province and chartered city

Source: Office of the Solicitor General Library