The Chairperson accompanied by Commissioner Jamtsho and three Officers interacted with the 33 Police Officers at the Annual Conference of the Superintendent of Police at Chuniding Resort in Serbithang on 2 December 2016. The session was aimed at enhancing coordination and collaboration between the RBP and the ACC for better quality service delivery and effective fight against corruption.
The Anti-Corruption Commission would like to notify the selection results for the first batch of temporary recruitment of graduates for the National Integrity Assessment Survey 2016. A total of 17 candidates were selected based on the degree marks that the candidates had secured and the SUPW grade for Class XII (see the attached selection results).
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