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N-Power Batch C Shortlisted Candidates Released

N-Power Batch C Shortlisted Candidates – The Federal Government of Nigeria has released the shortlisted candidates for 2021 N-Power Batch C, Buzzupdate News reports.

The announcement was made in a statement issued by the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) on its website on Monday.

According to the statement, all applicants are expected to update their profile and take tests for possible shortlisting to the next stage of the N-Power application process.

It also noted that while successful candidates will be sent a mail and given directions on the next stage, those not selected can re-apply for the next batch of the programme as soon as it opens for application.

Recall that the government earlier announced that the selection process for applicants who indicated interest to be employed under the N-Power Batch C had begun.

The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Farouq, made this known on Thursday, saying the ministry has taken stringent steps to ensure that the registration, verification and onboarding process would be carried out online and on a centralised system.

N-Power Batch C Shortlisted Candidates

Farouq noted that as part of measures to make the selection process transparent, a portal, NASIMS, had been launched for ease of coordination, deployment and mThe N-Power scheme is a Nigerian government youth empowerment program aimed at providing jobs and skill empowerment for unemployed youths.

The N-Power is the Muhammadu Buhari administration’s unemployment easing initiative which it prides as one of the largest post-tertiary job schemes in Africa

The N-Power has both graduate and non-graduate category that unemployed youths can apply for. For the graduate category, the scheme accepts qualifications such as Ordinary National Diploma (OND), Nigerian Certificate in Education (NCE) and degrees.

Roughly 500, 000 volunteers were enrolled into the scheme between 2016 and 2020, but both batches (Batch A and B) have now been disengaged.anagement.

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