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All you want to know about the incentive for scientific excellence for state employees?


The Civil Service Law 81 of 2016 and its executive regulations set incentive provisions for employees of the state’s administrative apparatus in the event of obtaining higher academic degrees, as a stimulus measure for development and development of the capabilities of workers in various bodies.



Q When can the incentive for scientific excellence be obtained?

A The employee in the state's administrative apparatus is entitled to obtain an incentive for academic excellence, provided that he obtains a higher educational qualification while in service.



Q Are there conditions in the subjects of study or academic degree to obtain the scientific incentive?

A: The law stipulates with regard to the master's, diploma or doctorate that the subject of study be related to the nature of the position the employee occupies so that he is excluded from obtaining an incentive.


Q. Is it possible to obtain the incentive for academic excellence if it is obtained more than once for the same degree or scientific level, for example obtaining two master’s degrees, two diplomas, or a bachelor’s degree?

A scientific incentive may not be obtained if it is for the same academic degree


Q What is the material value that the employee can obtain for each degree as stipulated by law?

A: For those who obtain an intermediate qualification or above an average of 25 pounds or 7% of the job wage, whichever is greater


For those who obtain a higher qualification with a bachelor’s or a bachelor’s degree of 50 pounds or 7% of the job wage, whichever is greater


For those who obtain a diploma of at least two years, 75 pounds per month or 7% of the job wage, whichever is greater.


For those who obtain a master's degree or its equivalent of 100 pounds or 7% of the job wage, whichever is greater


For those who obtain a doctorate degree or its equivalent, 200 pounds or 7% of the job wage, whichever is greater.

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