NSCDC shortlists 6,500 for employment screening
The NSCDC selected 6,500 individuals
The Civil Defense, Correction, Fire, and Immigration Board selected 6,500 applicants out of 1,474,149 people who applied in 2019. Recruitment exercises.
About 670,000 were called, 200,000 responded, and 53,116 performed a computer-based test.
At a press conference in Abuja on Friday, NSCDC Commander-in-Chief Dr. Ahmed Audi has announced that only 5,000 qualified candidates will be recruited since the last selection, scheduled for August 2-25.
KG instructed the applicants from 20 July. Check the application portal for titles, selection locations and guidelines.
He said that only applicants who have their own calling cards will be allowed to take part in the selection exercise, which was suspended due to last year’s COVID-19 pandemic.
Audi explained: “We would therefore like to inform all potential candidates who have passed the computer-based test that 6,500 of the 53,116 candidates have been selected to take the final examination and the physical aptitude test and will be invited by SMS from 2 August to August 2021. 25 d.
“Applicants are advised to check their names, selection locations, recruitment exercise guidelines and print out invitation letters on the application portal from 20 July 2021, without which they will not be allowed to take part in the selection exercise.”
Audi has announced that the inspection will take place at the NSCDC area headquarters in Kaduna; Spieledorf, Dutsen Tanshi, Bauchi; Federal University, Lafia, Nasarawa; NSCDC School of Education, Achi, Orji River, Enugu; College of Civil Defense Security Management, Abeokuta and NABTEB, Benin City.
KG found that individuals with knee fractures, flat feet, humps, obesity, dental malformations, deformities, hearing and speech impairments, body tattoos, and drug addiction were not eligible for selection.
Is NSCDC Shortlist Out?
Nigeria Civil Defence Shortlisted Candidates 2020/2021: According to the information given by reliable sources, the Nigeria Civil Defence Shortlisted Candidates list has been released.
How to Check NSCDC Shortlisted Candidates 2020/2021 | Civil Defence Recruitment.
Reports received from reliable sources confirm that NSCDC will contact all shortlisted candidates via email. Therefore, it is important for all applicants to check their email regularly. Sometimes the email is in the spam box so it is also important for you to check the spam box, in the event that you do not see a message within your inbox.
In the meantime, we will collect information on all the latest events and keep you posted.
In the meantime, we recommend you stay safe as there are many scammers who are watching the web mimicking the victims of their hard-earned money.
Many of them ask applicants to pay a certain amount for their name on the shortlist..
Therefore, if you are asked to give some money to someone so that NSCDC can recruit you, it is better to stay away from such person and website.
When will NSCDC release the list?
For now, there is no information in this regard. However, as soon as the NSCDC issues an update, we will send a notification via email to all our readers. If you have not subscribed to this website yet, do it today.
Those shortlisted would then face a series of written examinations to be conducted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB). The Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration and Prisons Services Board (CDFIPB), a federal agency coordinating the recruitment, has already written to JAMB seeking the examination body’s cooperation in setting guidelines for the upcoming computer-based tests.
How to Avoid Fake News About Nigeria Civil Defence Recruitment
The social networks , especially in recent years, have occupied an important part of the life of each of us. All the news now travels on the Web and is spread mainly through social media. Making information circulate has become so much easier and allows more people to get involved. . But more and more often social media become a sounding board for the so-called fake news..
Tips to avoid fake recruitment news
Watch out for titles: high-sounding titles often written in capital letters that see the use of many final punctuation marks as exclamation marks are certainly false news. Moreover, if the statements contained in a title seem exaggerated, they are certainly false.
Take a good look at the URLs: a fake or very similar URL to newspaper sites or government agencies sites are undoubtedly fake sites.
Do research on the source: if you get job information about NSCDC Recruitment, if does not come from a site that you know or trust, search the internet for its reputation and find out about it through the “information” section of the site. There are also sites for this like WHOIS.
Check other sources: even in case of news coming from reliable sites, always check if other sources have reported the news. To know the truth also visit NSCDC portal – www.nscdc.gov.ng and verify the current status of Nigeria Civil Defence Recruitment 2019.
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