NPower Selection: 3 Categories Of People That NPower Should Specially Consider For Batch C Selection
N-Power has been with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari since 2016. A scheme has been set up to tackle youth unemployment and promote social development.
A few days ago, the Nigerian federal government announced that it had begun a process of selecting candidates for the N-Power Batch C.
As part of measures to make selection more efficient and transparent, the Director of Human Disaster, Disaster and Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq, has established the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) portal to assist in collaboration, outsourcing and management.
FG noted that a online test will be mandatory for all applicants who have been transferred to the NASIMS platform during the selection process.
According to the President, the Batch C program will run for another 12 months, and each service provider will have to pay a monthly fee of N30,000.
Regarding the above, we suggest 3 groups of people that NPower should pay special attention to selection for Barch C.
1. Applicants That Are Within The Age Bracket Of 33 To 35
As it is a known fact that candidates between the ages of 18 and 35 are allowed to apply for the Npower scheme, special attention should be paid to candidates between the ages of 33 and 35, as they have little chance of being selected if they are waiting for another party during next year.
2. Applicants That Scored 50% And Above
Special attention should also be paid to an applicant who passes 50% or more in the Npower test. Although the Npower test is an open-ended test, it remains a fact that it is not easy to pass. Don’t be deprived of the privilege of being recruited from those who try the test and can pass 50% or more.
3. Applicants That Are Handicapped
A disabled person is a person with a physical or mental disability that prevents them from interfering with a normal life. This category of people should be given help to make life more pleasant for them and for them to know that they are important in our society and that they can make the most of their life opportunities.
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