Breaking: FG Releases Names of Shortlisted Candidates for N-Power Batch C

Breaking: FG Releases Names of Shortlisted Candidates for N-Power Batch C

  • The Nigerian government on Monday, August 23, sent very good news to youths across the country
  • The government released names of shortlisted candidates for the N-Power Batch C stream on its website
  • This announcement was sent through the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS)

The full list of successful candidates for the N-Power Batch C stream was on Monday, August 23, released by the federal government.

The announcement was made on Monday by the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) on its website: https://nasims.gov.ng/news.

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

Sadiya Farouq speaking at a conference
The government said those not selected can re-apply (Photo: Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development)
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The agency 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.

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Shortlisted candidates can search for their names on the site: www.nasims.gov.ng.

N-Power: FG gives fresh updates on Batch C selection process

Meanwhile, the government said it had begun the selection process for applicants who indicated interest to be employed under the N-Power Batch C.

Legit.ng reported that the minister of humanitarian affairs disaster management and social development, Sadiya Farouq, made this known on Thursday, March 11, via a thread of tweets.

She said 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.

The minister noted that as part of measures to make the selection process seamless and transparent, a portal, NASIMS, had been launched for ease of coordination, deployment and management.

She noted all applicants have been migrated onto the NASIMS platform, adding they would be required to undergo a mandatory online test as part of the selection process.

Farouq noted that the Batch C programme would run for 12 months, stressing that each beneficiary would be paid a monthly stipend of N30,000.

The minister also attributed the delay in the entire process to the outbreak of COVID-19.

Source: Legit.ng

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