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Civil servant recruitment rules

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(Developed by the Organization Department and Personnel Department of the CPC Central Committee on November 6, 2007, revised by the Organization Department of the CPC Central Committee on October 15, 2019, and released on November 26, 2019)
Chapter I General Provisions
The first is to standardize the employment of civil servants, ensure the basic qualities of newly recruited civil servants, and build a contingent of high-quality professional civil servants with firm conviction, service to the people, diligent and pragmatic, dare to act, and integrity. According to the "People's Republic of China Civil Service Law" (Hereinafter referred to as the "Civil Servants Law") and relevant laws and regulations to formulate these regulations.
Article 2 These regulations apply to civil servants recruited by various levels of organs to serve as first-level chiefs and staff members and other equivalent ranks.
Article 3 The employment of civil servants is guided by Marxism-Leninism, Mao Zedong Thought, Deng Xiaoping Theory, the important thinking of the "Three Represents," the scientific outlook on development, and Xi Jinping's thought of socialism with Chinese characteristics in the new era. Working principles and policies, highlighting political standards, adhere to the following principles:
(1) Party-managed cadres;
(2) openness, equality, competition, and merit selection;
(3) Having both morals and talents, taking morals as the first priority, and being a wise man;
(4) The cause is upright and fair, with suitable personnel and suitable personnel;
(5) Act according to law and regulations.
Article 4 The recruitment of civil servants shall adopt the methods of public examination, strict inspection, equal competition, and merit selection. The employment policy and examination content shall reflect the classification and grade management requirements.
Article 5 Recruitment of civil servants shall be within the prescribed establishment limit and there shall be corresponding vacancies.
Article 6 The recruitment of civil servants shall be conducted in accordance with the following procedures:
(1) Announcement of recruitment examinations;
(2) Registration and qualification review;
(3) examinations;
(4) physical examination;
(5) Inspections;
(6) public announcement;
(7) Examination and approval or filing.
The above-mentioned procedures may be adjusted by the competent civil servant departments above the provincial level.
Article 7 The employment of civil servants in ethnic autonomous areas shall be implemented in accordance with the law and relevant regulations. The specific measures shall be determined by the competent department of civil servants above the provincial level.
Article 8 The competent civil servants and recruitment agencies shall take measures to facilitate applicants to register and take examinations. When people with disabilities take the test, assist them as needed.
Chapter II Management Agency
Article 9 The competent department of central civil servants is responsible for the overall management of the recruitment of civil servants across the country. These include:
(1) to formulate regulations for the recruitment of civil servants;
(2) Formulating rules and policies for the employment of civil servants;
(3) To guide and supervise the employment of civil servants at local levels and at all levels;
(4) Responsible for organizing the recruitment of civil servants of the central government and its immediate agencies.
Article 10 The competent department of civil servants at the provincial level shall be responsible for the comprehensive management of the recruitment of civil servants in their respective jurisdictions. These include:
(1) Implementing laws, regulations, rules and policies concerning the employment of civil servants;
(2) to formulate implementation measures for the recruitment of civil servants within its jurisdiction in accordance with the Civil Servant Law and these Provisions;
(3) Responsible for organizing the employment of civil servants at various levels in the area under their jurisdiction;
(4) to guide and supervise the employment of civil servants at all levels and below the municipal level;
(5) To undertake the employment of civil servants entrusted by the competent department of central civil servants.
When necessary, the competent department of civil servants at the provincial level may authorize the competent department of municipal civil servants with districts to organize the recruitment of civil servants within their jurisdiction.
Article 11 Departments of civil servants below the municipal level that have districts shall be responsible for the employment of civil servants in their respective jurisdictions in accordance with the provisions of the department of civil servants at the provincial level.
Article 12 The recruitment agency shall, in accordance with the requirements of the competent civil servant department, be responsible for the employment of civil servants in its own agency and directly-affiliated agencies.
Article 13 Relevant professional, technical, and administrative work related to the recruitment of civil servants may authorize or entrust examination institutions and other professional institutions to undertake.
Chapter III Announcement Plan and Announcement
Article 14 Recruiting agencies shall, according to the needs of team building and job requirements, propose positions, quotas and qualification requirements for admission, and draw up an employment plan.
Article 15 The employment plan of the central government and its directly affiliated institutions shall be reviewed and approved by the central civil servants' competent department.
The employment plan of provincial-level organs and their directly-affiliated institutions shall be reviewed and approved by the competent department of civil servants at the provincial level. The procedures for applying for and approving plans for employment plans of organs below the municipal level with districts shall be prescribed by the competent department of civil servants at the provincial level.
Article 16 Departments of civil servants above the provincial level shall formulate work plans for recruitment and examination in accordance with relevant laws, regulations, rules and policies.
The district-level municipal civil servants 'departments are authorized to organize the recruitment of civil servants in their respective jurisdictions, and their recruitment work plans should be submitted to the provincial-level civil servants' departments for approval.
Article 17 The competent civil servant department shall, in accordance with the work plan for enrollment, formulate an announcement for enrollment and issue it to the public. The examination announcement shall specify the following:
(1) Recruitment agencies, positions, places and qualifications for application;
(2) methods, time and place of registration;
(3) Application materials to be submitted for registration;
(4) examination subjects, time and place;
(5) Other notices.
Chapter IV Registration and Qualification Examination
Article 18 Public servants applying for examinations shall have the following qualifications:
(1) Having the nationality of the People's Republic of China;
(2) Be above the age of 18 and under 35;
(3) Support the Constitution of the People's Republic of China, support the leadership of the Communist Party of China and the socialist system;
(4) Having good political quality and moral character;
(5) Having physical conditions and psychological qualities for performing duties normally;
(6) Having working ability that meets the requirements of the post;
(7) Having a college degree or above;
(8) Qualifications required for the proposed position as prescribed by the competent civil servant department at or above the provincial level;
(9) Other conditions stipulated by laws and regulations.
The conditions listed in items (2) and (7) of the preceding paragraph may be appropriately adjusted with the approval of the competent civil servants at or above the provincial level.
Those applying for examinations of administrative punishment decisions, administrative reconsiderations, administrative rulings, and legal advisors in administrative organs shall obtain legal professional qualifications.
The competent civil service department and recruitment agency shall not set qualification requirements for registration that are not related to the requirements of the post.
Article 19 The following persons shall not apply for civil service:
(1) Having received criminal punishment for a crime;
(2) Being expelled from the Communist Party of China;
(3) being dismissed from public office;
(4) Being listed as the target of joint disciplinary actions against dishonesty according to law;
(5) In other circumstances that are not permitted by law to be employed as a civil servant.
Article 20 Candidates shall not apply for positions that constitute the situations listed in Article 74 of the Civil Service Law after they have been accepted, nor shall they apply for persons with whom they have a marital relationship, immediate blood relationship, blood relationship within three generations, and close marriage An employer's position as a leading member.
Article 21 Applicants should submit application materials to the admissions agency, and application materials submitted by applicants should be true, accurate and complete.
The admissions authority will review the application according to the qualification requirements to confirm whether the applicant is qualified. Qualification review runs through the entire recruitment process.
Chapter 5 Exam
Article 22 The civil servant employment examination shall be conducted by written examination and interview. The content of the examination shall be set according to the basic abilities that civil servants should have, and different types of posts and different levels of institutions. The focus of the examination will be on the analysis and guidance of Xi Jinping ’s new era of socialism with Chinese characteristics. And problem solving skills.
Article 23 The written test includes public subjects and professional subjects. Public subjects are uniformly determined by the central civil servants. Professional subjects are set up by the competent civil servants at or above the provincial level as required.
Article 24 Recruitment agencies shall, in accordance with the regulations of the competent civil servants at or above the provincial level, determine the candidates for interviews in the order of the applicant ’s written test scores from high to low.
The content and method of the interview shall be prescribed by the competent civil servants at or above the provincial level.
The interview should form a panel of interviewing examiners. The interviewer panel consists of persons qualified to interview the examiner. The qualifications and management of the interviewer's qualifications are the responsibility of the competent civil servants at or above the provincial level.
Article 25 In any of the following circumstances, the procedures may be simplified or other assessment methods may be adopted:
(1) It is not advisable to open for examination;
(2) Those who need to specifically check the level of relevant professional skills;
(3) The shortage of professional talents is difficult to form competition;
(4) Other circumstances stipulated by the competent civil servants at or above the provincial level.
The scope of application and implementation measures for the above situations shall be determined by the competent civil servants at or above the provincial level.
Chapter 6 Medical Examination
Article 26 Recruitment agencies shall, in accordance with the provisions of the competent civil servants at or above the provincial level, determine candidates for medical examinations according to the order of the examination results of candidates, and conduct medical examinations.
Article 27 The items and standards of the medical examination are determined according to the requirements of the post. The specific measures shall be formulated by the competent department of the central civil servants in conjunction with the health and administrative department of the State Council.
Article 28 Medical institutions undertaking medical examinations shall be designated by the competent civil servants department at or above the city level with districts, in conjunction with the health and administrative departments at the same level.
After the medical examination is completed, the chief examiner shall review the medical examination result and sign it, and the medical institution shall affix the official seal.
Article 29 If the enrollment agency or the applicant has questions about the results of the medical examination, he may submit a re-examination in accordance with the regulations. The retest can only be performed once. The results of the physical examination are subject to the conclusion of the re-examination.
When necessary, the competent department of civil servants at or above the municipal level with districts may require the medical examination subject to re-examine.
Article 30: According to the requirements of the post, the recruitment agency may conduct physical fitness assessment on the applicants with the approval of the competent civil servants at or above the provincial level. Items and standards for physical fitness evaluation are determined according to job requirements. The specific measures shall be prescribed by the central civil servants.
Article 31 The recruiting agency may, based on the needs of the position and with the approval of the competent civil servant department at or above the provincial level, evaluate the relevant psychological quality of candidates, and the results of the evaluation shall be used as an important reference for determining the candidates to be recruited.
Chapter VII Inspection
Article 32 The recruiting agency shall determine the candidates for inspection based on the test results of the applicants, and conduct a review and inspection of their qualifications.
Article 33 The review of application qualifications mainly verifies whether the applicants meet the prescribed qualification requirements and confirms that the information and materials submitted during registration are true, accurate and complete.
Article 34 The inspection work highlights political standards and focuses on examining whether candidates meet the political requirements of enhancing the "four consciousness", firming the "four self-confidence", achieving "two safeguards", and loving the Chinese Communist Party, the motherland, and the people . The content of the inspection mainly includes the political quality, moral conduct, ability quality, psychological quality, study and work performance, compliance with laws and regulations, integrity and self-discipline, job matching, and the need for avoidance.
Candidates who fail to meet the requirements that civil servants should have or do not meet the requirements for applying for positions shall not be determined as candidates.
Article 35 The inspection shall form an inspection team. The inspection team is composed of two or more people, and adopts individual interviews, field visits, strict review of personnel files, query of social credit records, interviews with interviewees, etc., and can conduct extended inspections as needed to comprehensively and thoroughly understand the situation and achieve comprehensive Objective, impartial, and truthful writing of the inspection materials. The investigation is used as the main basis for selecting the best candidates. The units (schools) or related units where the inspection objects are located shall cooperate actively and reflect the relevant situation objectively and truthfully.
Recruitment agencies at or above the provincial level (including sub-provincial levels) may conduct differential inspections.
Chapter VIII Publicity, Examination or Recording
Article 36 The recruitment agency shall, based on the test results, physical examination results, and investigations of the applicants, select the candidates and list them to the public. The publicity period shall be no less than five working days.
Article 37 The content of the announcement includes the name of the recruiting agency, the position to be recruited, the name, gender, admission number, graduation institution or work unit of the recruiting staff, the telephone number for supervision, and other matters stipulated by the competent department of civil servants at or above the provincial level.
At the expiration of the public notice period, if there are no problems or the reflection does not affect the employment, follow the prescribed procedures for approval or filing; if there is a serious problem and there is evidence, the application shall not be accepted; if there is a serious problem in the reflection, but it is difficult to verify, The employment will be postponed until the conclusion is confirmed and the decision is made.
Article 38 The list of personnel to be recruited by the central government and its direct agencies shall be reported to the competent department of the central civil servants; the list of personnel to be recruited by local recruitment agencies at all levels shall be submitted to the provincial or municipal competent civil servants for approval.
Chapter 9 Trial Use
Article 39 The probation period for newly recruited civil servants is one year, which is calculated from the date of registration. During the probation period, the recruiting agency will assess newly recruited civil servants and conduct initial training in accordance with regulations.
Article 40 If a newly recruited civil servant passes the assessment after the probation period has passed, the recruiting agency shall rank the staff in accordance with relevant regulations.
Article 41 If a newly-appointed civil servant fails the assessment after the probation period has expired, the employment shall be cancelled.
During the probation period, if it is found that the newly recruited civil servants do not meet the requirements of civil servants, do not meet the requirements for applying for positions, and are unable to work in competent positions, the employment shall be cancelled.
Newly recruited civil servants may not be cancelled if they have the circumstances specified in Article 89 of the Civil Servant Law.
Article 42 The list of personnel whose employment has been cancelled by the central authority and its direct agencies shall be reported to the competent department of the central civil service for the record. The authority to approve the cancellation of recruitment by local recruitment agencies at all levels shall be stipulated by the competent department of civil servants at the provincial level.
Article 43 The time for the cancellation of a newly recruited civil servant shall be counted from the day when the decision to cancel the employment is made. Cancellation of employment shall be notified to me in writing, suspension of salary, transfer of files and transfer of social insurance relations shall be implemented in accordance with relevant regulations.
Chapter X Discipline and Supervision
Article 44. Personnel engaged in employment shall be evaded in any of the situations listed in Article 76 of the Civil Service Law.
Article 45 In any of the following cases, the competent civil servants department at or above the provincial level or the municipal civil servants department with districts shall be ordered to rectify or declare invalid, respectively, as appropriate; leaders and directly responsible personnel who are responsible According to the seriousness of the circumstances, criticism education, order inspection, admonition, organizational adjustment, or organizational treatment shall be given; if the violation of discipline and law requires accountability, punishment shall be imposed according to regulations and disciplines; if the crime is suspected, it shall be transferred to the relevant state organs to deal with it according to law:
(1) Not hiring in accordance with the prescribed quotas and job requirements;
(2) Those who have not been hired in accordance with the prescribed qualifications and procedures;
(3) Unauthorized introduction or change of employment policies without authorization, causing adverse effects;
(4) Fraud in favor of favoritism during employment, with serious circumstances;
(5) The leakage of test questions, violation of discipline in the examination room, and other serious acts that affect openness and fairness.
Article 46 In the case of any of the following situations, the personnel in charge of civil servants or their units shall, based on the seriousness of the case, be given criticism education, order inspection, admonitions, organizational adjustments, or organizational processing; suspected of violation of discipline and law shall be investigated If the case is suspected of committing a crime, it shall be transferred to the relevant state organ for handling:
(1) Leaking test questions and other secret employment information;
(2) Making use of the convenience of work, falsifying the test scores or other relevant materials for employment;
(3) using the convenience of work to assist candidates in cheating in examinations;
(4) Re-employment due to job negligence;
(5) Other acts that violate the employment discipline.
Article 47 If an applicant has violated the application rules and management regulations, the civil service department, the recruitment agency or the examination institution shall, in accordance with the management authority, take corrective actions, criticize the education, do not review the answer sheet, and the test score is zero. Dispatching and terminating employment procedures for on-site or after-the-fact disposal.
Candidates who have concealed real information, falsified, cheated on exams, disrupted the order of examination, and other violations of the discipline of employment, if the circumstances are relatively light, the civil service department at or above the provincial level or the municipal civil service department with districts shall give invalid test results and disqualify them. If the circumstances are serious, they shall be given a restriction on admission within five years; if the circumstances are particularly serious, they shall be given a lifetime restriction on admission; if a crime is suspected, they shall be transferred to the relevant state organs for handling according to law.
Article 48 The employment of civil servants is subject to supervision. Candidates can submit opinions and suggestions to the competent civil service department, recruitment agency, and examination institution; if they believe that their legitimate rights and interests have been violated, they can submit letters, complaints, complaints or reports according to relevant regulations; if they disagree with the decision to deal with violations of discipline and rules, they can proceed State and defend, apply for administrative review, or file an administrative lawsuit. The competent civil servant department, recruitment agency, examination institution and relevant departments shall accept the case in a timely manner and handle it in accordance with the prescribed procedures and authority.
Chapter XI Supplementary Provisions
Article 49 The employment of staff members other than the staff members with reference to the organs (units) managed by the Civil Service Law shall be implemented with reference to these regulations.
Article 50 The interpretation of these regulations rests with the Organization Department of the CPC Central Committee.
Article 51 These Provisions shall become effective on November 26, 2019.
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