Friday, November 1, 2013

Korean Exam Cut Off Mark Release Later-Korean Human Resources Department

Korean Exam Cut Off Mark Release SoonKorean Language Proficiency Test results issued on November 01 and the Cut Off Mark which is above 80 out of 200 will be announced later by the Korean Human Resources Department. 

Nearly 2,526 candidates have passed the Korean Language Proficiency Test out of the 18,466 who sat the examination, the Foreign Employment Bureau said.

Job seekers in the production sector should have over 148 marks while employees for the construction and fisheries sectors should have marks above 92 and 80 Marks.
Of those who had passed, 538 candidates were in the manufacturing category; 1,028 in construction and 960 in the fisheries category.

This year's examination is held to select employees to the production, fisheries and construction sectors. The cut off mark will be announced later.
Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment (SLBFE) held the Korean Language Proficiency Test for the applicants for employment in Korea on October 19 and 20 in Colombo.
The examination held this year for the 11th time.This examination provides pre-qualifications for the individuals who wish to migrate to South Korea for employment in skilled and semi-skilled categories.

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