Decree Of 20 December 2002 Laying Down The Modalities Of Organization Of The Internal Competition For Access To Professional Character Engineers Geographic And Cartographic Work Of The State Corps Of Engineers Of Roads And Bridges

Original Language Title: Decree of 20 December 2002 laying down the modalities of organization of the internal competition for access to professional character engineers geographic and cartographic work of the State Corps of Engineers of Roads and Bridges

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JORF No.. 1 of 1 January 2003 Page Text No. 49. 42 DECREE Decree of 20 December 2002 laying down the modalities of organization of the internal competition for access to professional character engineers geographic and cartographic work of the State Corps of Engineers NOR Highways: EQUP0201959A ELI: http://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2002/12/20/EQUP0201959A/jo/texte The Minister of Infrastructure, Transport, Housing, Tourism and the Sea, Having regard to Decree No. 2002-523 of 16 April 2002 on the special status of the body of engineers of roads and bridges , and in particular Articles 6, 10, 32 and 33 Stops: Article 1 The terms of competition for access to the body of professional character of bridges and highways engineers, organized from the date of publication of this Order, for officials of the Corps of Engineers geographic and cartographic work of the State, and the terms of race they have to do at the National School of bridges and roads are the following items. Article 2 The number of posts advertised and the inscriptions of the reporting dates are set by joint order of the Minister of Equipment and the Minister of Public Service and published in the Official Journal of the French Republic. The dates of the events are set by order of the Minister of the equipment. Article 3 The competition consists of written tests of pre-qualification, year oral test of eligibility, year oral admission test and year optional foreign language. Article 4 The written tests of preadmissibilite include: 1. Writing an executive summary, complete with a summary, referring to a text of general scope (duration: four hours, coefficient 3); 2 Study of a concrete box leader lead the candidate to question, in a given location, the respective roles and responsibilities of the National Geographic Institute and its engineers and to suggest initiatives to be taken (duration: four hours, coefficient 2); 3. Preparation of a report we have folder with geographic information component relating to the activities of the body of engineers of bridges and roads and aimed to enable the applicant to assert its professional culture in its various components (scientific, technical, administrative, legal, financial and economic) (duration: 6 hours, coefficient 2). For the tests Nos 2 and 3 above, candidates may be offered a choice of files; during the tests, they can use books and reminder of their choice. Article 5 The oral test for eligibility is suffered by the candidates who have been declared eligible under after written tests. It consists of year interview with the jury on personal activities and knowledge of the candidate and the race of his career (duration: forty minutes). This test is the coefficient 7. Article 6 The oral test for admission is suffered by the candidates who have been declared eligible after oral eligibility test. It consists of year interview with the jury having first question about the missions of the body of engineers bridges and roads, especially in the field of geographic information, and general questions regarding whether or not these Missions (duration: forty minutes). This interview is preceded by a preparation time of the first issue for a period of twenty minutes. This test will be multiplied by 10. Article 7 Eligible candidates may also request to undergo year declared oral test of foreign language (English, German, Russian or Spanish). This test will be multiplied by 1. Only points earned in foreign language optional test exceeding 12 come into consideration for admission. Article 8 The competition went to a jury Fassi by a general engineer of bridges and roads whose casting vote in case of equality of votes. The jury may be assisted by qualified examiners for correction of tests, written tests each subject to a double correction. The list of jury members is fixed by order of the Minister of the equipment. Article 9 The jury sets the topics for the written tests and conduct their rating. It draws up the list of candidates admitted to undergo oral the oral test of eligibility, one of the candidates admitted to undergo the admission test, the candidates admitted to the race at the National School of Bridges and Roads, the many of the latter can not be higher than in places made the contest. In preparing each of the lists, the Board takes into account all of the hardships suffered by the candidates at the stage where this list is established. Article 10 is assigned a numerical score between 0 and 20 attached to each event. Scoring less than 6 of 20, unless the optional test is eliminatory. Each note is multiplied by the corresponding factor. Article 11 No one shall be placed on the list of candidates admitted to take the oral test eligibility if he has got a point total set by the panel, which in can be less than half the box no. maximum number of points that contains all the written tests. No. one may be included in the list of candidates admitted to sit for oral admission test if he has got a point total set by the panel, which can in no. case be less than half the maximum number of points that includes all written and oral admission test. Article 12 No person shall be admitted to the advanced course at the National School of bridges and roads if it has obtained the preadmissibilite tests, the eligibility and oral admission test point total set by The jury, which shall in no. case be less than two thirds of the maximum number of points that contains all of these tests, taking into account , where relevant, the points obtained in foreign language optional oral test in the manner described in Article 7. Article 13 The advanced training course at the National School of Bridges and Roads lasts at least six months. It includes a cycle of teachings and the fulfillment of a personal work leading to the writing of a dissertation. Article 14 The submission referred to in section 13 above is supported by a jury. The list of jury members is fixed by order of the Minister of the equipment. The jury assigns a numerical score between 0 and 20 to all memory and oral test. The jury draws up a list of candidates having been the oral test of defence successfully. No. person shall be appointed engineer of roads and bridges if it is not on this list with a total of at least 12 points in all the tests. In case of non-approval of the memory, the candidate may be authorized by the Board, exceptionally, to be present at the subsequent oral session. It may be decided even for a duly established impediment. In case of failure in the oral test of defense, the candidate may be permitted, after consulting the Board, by the authority having power of appointment, exceptionally, to repeat the race the following year. It may be decided even for a duly established impediment. Article 15 of The decree of 30 April 2002 laying down the organizational modalities of the competition to access professional character engineers geographic and cartographic work of the state body of engineers of roads and bridges is repealed. Article 16 The director of the personnel, services and modernization of the Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport, Housing, Tourism and Sea, and the Director General of the National Geographic Institute shall, each in the relates to the implementation of this Order, to be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic. Done at Paris, 20 December 2002. For the Minister and by delegation: By preventing the Director of Personnel, Services and Modernization: The chief engineer of Roads and Bridges, BC Williams

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