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Civil Service Special Examinations for the Indigenous Peoples

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Special Examinations for the Indigenous Peoples of the Province of Taiwan for Indigenous Administrative Positions were first offered in 1956. They aimed to recruit indigenous administrative and technical personnel to be engaged in the regional self-government as well as the economical development of the indigenous peoples. The Examinations have since been renamed several times, including, in 1974, as Special Examinations for Indigenous Administrative and Economical Development Personnel; in 1988, as Special Examinations for Indigenous Administrative and Technical Personnel; in 1991, as Special Examinations for the Indigenous Peoples of the Province of Taiwan for Indigenous Administrative and Technical Positions; in 1993, as Special Examinations for the Indigenous Peoples for Indigenous Administrative and Technical Positions; and in 2002, as Civil Service Special Examinations for the Indigenous Inhabitants. Starting from 2004, the examinations are renamed again as Civil Service Special Examinations for the Indigenous Peoples.

Update: 2010-10-13
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