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Riana Musdalifah
· June 5, 2015

Lowongan Penerimaan Pendaftaran CPNS (K2) 2015...

Kabar gembira bagi seluruh putra putri indonesia
Kemudian untuk pembukaan dan seleksi CPNS dari jalur umum
maupun honorer kategori dua (K2)
akan diumumkan bulan agustus 2015

1. PERSYARATAN UMUM: WNI berusia 17 s/d 35 tahun,
memiliki KTP yang berlaku, berbadan sehat jasmani dan
rohani, serta memenuhi persyaratan kualifikasi
pendidikan sesuai lowongan formasi yang dimininati

2. ALAMAT E-MAIL: Seleksi Penerimaan CPNS 2015 hanya
dapat diikuti melalui tahap pendaftaran di Portal ini
dimana pendaftar wajib memiliki alamat surat elektronik
yang berlaku.

3. ISI DATA DENGAN AKURAT: Semua informasi/jati diri
yang diisikan ke formulir pendaftaran disini harus akurat
dan benar untuk menghindari hal-hal yang dapat
merugikan diri sendiri atau merugikan pihak lain serta
kemungkinan adanya konsekwensi hukum yang dapat
terjadi dikemudian hari. Peserta yang sah hanya berhak
mempunyai 1 (satu) kali kesempatan pendaftaran.

persyaratan khusus/tambahan pada lowongan formasi
dari instansi-instansi tertentu. Harap membacanya
dengan teliti.

5. CERMAT dan TELITI : Harap mencermati setiap
keterangan/instruksi/pemberitahuan/peringatan yang
muncul di halaman-halaman selanjutnya di sini.

6. GRATIS : Proses Penerimaan CPNS 2015 tidak dipungut biaya
sepeserpun sejak dari pendaftaran s/d
pengumuman hasil akhir.

Cara Pendaftaran CPNS (K2) Tahun 2015
1. Scan ijazah dan transkrip nilai asli dan
Fotokopi ijazah beserta transkrip nilai yang sudah dilegalisir

2. Scan Pasfoto terbaru berwarna ukuran 4 x 6 cm

3. Scan dan Fotokopi KTP,

4. Alamat email dan No,HP,Gsm untuk konfirmasi peserta

Kirimkan lamaran Anda via Email:
atau,hubungi: Bpk Drs.Zarhan Ariyadi Ke,No peribadi:(0812>9826>7771)
untuk melaporkan berkas data diri anda kalau suda di,kirim ke,email.

Letter yang telah diterima akan kami proses.
Berkas yang di nyatakan Lolos seleksi akan dipanggil

BKN pusat Jl. Letjen Sutoyo No. 12 Jakarta timur
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We are delighted to announce the first call for papers for the 2017 ANZALS conference to be held in Hobart, on Australia’s scenic southern Islan...d, from 4-7 December 2017.

The event will be hosted by the University of Tasmania through a collaboration between the Institute for Regional Development, the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, the Faculty of Health and the Tourism Research and Education Network (TRENd).
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Please follow the guidelines below when submitting your abstract:

• Abstracts should be 250-350 words,
• Use Arial 12,
• Provide the full title of paper as it will appear in the conference programme (In bold),
• Include a list of authors, First Name, Surname and Institutional affiliation (In italics),
• In the abstract main body, include the background (outline of the context and/or academic literature informing the research), your approach (indication of the broad theoretical orientation and/or methodological approach) and the significance of your research (description and application of the original research findings reported in the paper), and
• State which conference sub-theme the paper is aimed.

In addition please include a 150 word biography of the author/s intending to present at the conference

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We hope to welcome you in Hobart, Australia in 2017.
Kind Regards

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