Eastern Highlands Police Reservist Program 2022 Recruitment

Police Commissioner and Controller of the PNG COVID-19 National Pandemic Response, David Manning, has endorsed the Eastern Highlands Province Police Reservist program to beef up police manpower to address COVID-19 and policing challenges in the province. 

Commissioner Manning when signing the memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Eastern Highland Governor Peter Numu on Thursday this week highlighted that Police Reservice have been a great asset to the Constabulary in the early days however, it was discontinued due to the lack of proper command and control.

“With the current COVID-19 crisis coupled with the ongoing law and order situation across the country, we have agreed to revive the Police Reservists program in partnership with provincial governments and other statutory bodies under the revised policies and command structure.

“I want to commend Governor Numu and his administration for the initiative and the commitment to partner with the Constabulary in reviving the police reservist program in their province. This is a win-win approach for the Constabulary and the Province in addressing the current COVID-19 crisis and law and order issues going forward,” Manning said.

Mr Manning further said that the Eastern Highland Province is among the few provinces that have come on board and are currently running similar programs in their respective provinces.

Mr Manning said the Constabulary has set the target to recruit 1,100 Police reservist personnel before the 2022 national general election.

Eastern Highland Governor Peter Numu thanked the Commissioner for the endorsement and his vision to revive the reservist program to address the lack of police manpower in the provinces.

Governor Numu also announced that the Eastern Highlands Police Reservist program will commence with the first 220 successful applicants to undertake reservist training.

“Under my administration, we are ready to run this program and the first batch of 220 successful applicants will go into training immediately. We need more police manpower to assist us with the COVID-19 operations and general policing thus we have taken such drastic action. This is the biggest reservist recruitment compared to other provinces and my administration will continue to sustain this program,” Governor Numu concluded.

PRESS RELEASE

Manning endorses Eastern Highlands Police Reservist Program

ROYAL PAPUA NEW GUINEA CONSTABULARY

MEDIA STATEMENT

Friday 05th  November 2021



Photo and caption below:

Police Commissioner David Manning with the signed Police Reservist MOU with the Eastern Highlands Governor Hon. Peter Numu. Far left is Eastern Highlands Provincial Administrator Mr John Gimiseve and Provincial Police Commander Superintendent Michael Welley.


DBTI Application for 2022 Open for Grade 8 Students to Do Grade 9

Don Bosco Technical School is now accepting applicants for the school year 2022. The Entry Test is scheduled for Grade 9 and ITC 1 (Industrial Training Course 1).

DBTI Application for 2022

 Dates are as follows:

  • November 13 & 20, 2021
  • January 18 & 20, 2022

Be at the school before 8:00 AM

Grade 8 Students Opportunity

If you are a Grade 8 dropout in the previous year, this could be your chance to join DBTI and continue your education. 

  • Applicants for Grade 9 and ITC 1 must sit for the Entry Test
  • Bring blue or black biro
  • Pay K15 Entry Test Fee at the Accounts Office
  •  Present an original copy of the Grade 8 or 10 certificate for those who graduated the previous years
  • Everyone MUST come in Proper Grooming and Attire and MUST wear Facemask

CONTACT DBTI:

Email 📩 itdbgabutu@gmail.com

Phone ☏ 321-7229

BSP PIN: How to change Bank South Pacific PIN at ATM

Bsp pin change

Change BSP PIN at ATM

Bank South Pacific (BSP) stated that it is important to change the 4 digits pin number regularly as a security measure.

But it can also be frustrating if you keep changing your BSP pin number and forget it. 

So before you change your pin at the ATM, make sure you use number combinations that you can remember. 
Find out how to register for BSP Mobile Banking

How to change your BSP PIN at ATM

  • Step 1. Insert your BSP card.
  • Step 2. Choose a language.
  • Step 3. Enter your current PIN.
  • Step 4. Choose other services.
  • Step 5. Select change pin.
  • Step 6. Enter new PIN.
  • Step 7. Re-enter the new PIN.
  • Step 8. Congratulation message will show on the ATM screen.
  • Step 9. Collect your card.

Protect your BSP card and PIN

As a precaution, refrain from writing your new PIN where someone can see it. KEEP IT SAFE. The best place to save your new PIN is in your head.

If you have changed your BSP PIN in the past, let us know below.

2021 Grade 10 and Grade 12 Exam Results Login VIDEO Guide

In this article, you will find out how you can log in using your school leavers number to login to MyPNGExamResults website. The video explains how you can assess your results.

2021 Grade 10 students results

If you are a Grade 10 student checking on your 2021  exam results, follow these steps to access your results:

  • Visit the MyPNGExamResults website
  • Click on the green button to go to my exam result interface 
  • Take note of the login format (four digits of the year, provincial code two digits, school code three digits and candidate number four digits)
  • Enter your surname, given name and the 13 characters password
  • Click 'Get My Result'.
You will have 13 characters altogether you're a grade 10 student you should have 13 characters for your password with NO space.

By clicking on Click 'Get My Result' with the right password will give you access to the website where you can view your 2021 Grade 10 exam results

Meanwhile, the exam results are not yet released by the NDoE/MSD. Here are the tentative dates for 2021 results & selections.

2021 Grade 12 students results

If you are a Grade 12 student, you will have 12 characters for your password - four digits of the year, two digits of the province, three digits of the school, and your candidate number will be three digits.

You must get the password to access your 2021 Grade 12 Exam Results

What to do when you access the MyPNGExamResults website?

There are two important things you should do when you ever access your results. The first thing is to download the pdf version of your Grade 10 or Grade 12 exams results. 

You must have a copy of your exam results on your phone or on your computer all the time. Avoid taking screenshots because it will do you no good. Show the PDF to your parents, teachers and principal. Even, go ahead and get the principal to sign and stamp the results. 

This is the result that the Grade 11 selections and tertiary schools selections are based on - if you do that, you have grounds to stand on when things go wrong. 

The second thing is to ensure that you change your password. Change it to a more secured password that only you can remember. Do not share your password details or even your marks with your friends

What to do if you STILL cannot log in

In a case where you cannot log in, try to interchange your surname and give-name, and check your SLF number. If you have three names and have problems, try several combinations before seeking help. 

If you are really stuck, one way is to go back to your school and confirm your password by checking your SLF number with your teachers or the deputy principal and the principal of your school.

Ask them to try the combination of your password and your username. After all the attempts, you still cannot access your results, the teachers at your school, deputy principal or the principal will have to call MSD (Measurement Services Division) and fix your problem.

We also compiled some information about Grade 10 and 12 selection that you will find useful, check it out.