Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025

Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidates

Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025

The Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025 has been officially published. All candidates who applied for the just concluded Nigerian Navy Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) recruitment 2024/2025 should read this article carefully.

Have you filled out the online Nigerian Navy DSSC recruitment form 2024/2025? Do you know that the Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025 are out? We bring to you everything you need to know about Nigerian Navy Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) recruitment 2024, How to check your name on the portal, the requirements for the screening, etc.

The Nigerian Navy has announced that the 2024 recruitment shortlisted candidates have been published. All candidates who applied for the Nigerian Navy recruitment 2024/2025 should visit the official recruitment website and check if their names have been pre-selected for the next phase of the recruitment exercise.

However, if you are the applicant, we advise you to read this article till the end to know the details about the Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025.

 

Is the Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025 Out?

The Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025 are out. The management of the Nigerian Navy has instructed all 2024/2025 recruitment applicants to start checking their names on the official Nigerian Navy DSSC recruitment portal.

The recruitment process will be followed by a physical screening and CBT examination. The screening dates and times will soon be fixed, candidates are advised to open this page frequently for updates regarding this post.

Nevertheless, candidates can check and download the PDF format on the portal. Therefore, know your status now before the screening/examination begins.

 

Nigerian Navy DSSC Recruitment  2024/2025 portal

The Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025 have been published and it’s accessible on the official Nigerian Navy recruitment portal at www.joinnigeriannavy.com. Candidates who made it through the screening exercise stand a chance of gaining full-time employment from the Nigerian Navy DSSC.

So, it is pertinent to check your name and be ready for the next phase of the recruitment process. Most importantly, candidates must note that the shortlist always comes in batches. Candidates are advised to wait patiently if they can’t access their names at the moment, their names may likely come out in the next batch.

 

How to Check Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025

All candidates who applied for the Nigerian Navy DSSC 2024/2025 can now access their names on the official Nigerian Navy DSSC recruitment 2024 portal at www.joinnigeriannavy.com.

Follow the procedures given below:

  • Go to the Nigerian Navy DSSC recruitment official website at  www.joinnigeriannavy.com  
  • Provide your Login details e.g email and password
  • Scroll to “shortlisted candidates” and click check the full list
  • You can download the shortlist and check your name

 

Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidates

 

Screening Requirements 

Candidates who made it through the Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025 will undergo the next phase of the recruitment process which screening/CBT test. Therefore, it is pertinent to know all the qualities and requirements needed to qualify for this recruitment exercise.

On this page, we’ve given some of these requirements, read through them carefully before the screening date. The following are the requirements you must note to be successfully recruited to the Nigerian Navy.

  • Applicants must have at least a B. Sc, HND, or ND 
  • Applicants must have a West African Senior School Certificate (WASSC), NECO, or GCE with at least 5 credit passes including English and Mathematics in not more than two sittings
  • Two navy blue shorts and white shirts
  • Writing tools
  • Excellent communication skills is key
  • Two recent passport photographs
  • Should have a basic computer knowledge
  • A pair of canvas/trainers and stockings.
  • Bed sheets and pillowcases.
  • Set of cutlery
  • Toiletries
  • Applicant must have a valid means of identification;  NIN, Driver’s License, or Voters Card
  • Must be medically and physically stable
  • Applicants must have zero criminal record
  • Must not defect in any form
  • Must present his/her guarantor form
  • Must be 1.65m for females and 1.69m for males
  • Must not have any tattoos or inscriptions on the body
  • All documents uploaded during registration should be presented
  • The printout of the online registration confirmation e-slip

 

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Also note, at the moment this was published, the Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025 were not out yet. All successful candidates will be notified by the Nigerian Navy through the registered email addresses given during this application. Please be sure to occasionally check your email for updates on the Nigerian Navy screening dates and exam locations.

Take note of the time, location, batch, and screening date for your CBT. You have automatically rejected the offer if you do not show up at the screening center within the stipulated time.

Use the comment section and bookmark this page if you have any questions regarding Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025, we will do our best to reply as soon as possible.

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    This post is authored by Michael Offiong, an Editor of Recruitment Portfolio. Boasting over a decade of expertise in the recruitment sector, Michael provides up-to-date information on jobs and recruitment topics, career opportunities, and breaking news stories.

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This post is authored by Michael Offiong, an Editor of Recruitment Portfolio. Boasting over a decade of expertise in the recruitment sector, Michael provides up-to-date information on jobs and recruitment topics, career opportunities, and breaking news stories.

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