Npower Shortlist Candidates 2021 / Check List here Npower Shortlist 2021

Npower Shortlist Candidates 2021 / Check List here Npower Shortlist 2021

Npower Shortlist 2021: Npoiver Recruitment Shortlisted Candidates 2021, Check List of Npower Shortlisted Candidates Names for the next state of selection.

The Npower Shortlisted Candidates 2021 is now a very important topic between the candidates who have recently applied for Npower 2021 Programme.

If you are Batch C beneficiary and if you are not sure when the list will out or how to check the Xpower Shortlist stick till the end of this post to know the updates and complete process.

You will be able to check the list through this Npower list of shortlisted candidates. Candidates can also download the list in PDF format for all programs: Xpower Teach. Tax, Health. Build, Agro and Tech.

The Nigerian government opens the online registration process on Friday, June 26 at 11:45 am- The site is open for 18-35 years olds to register.

Users can also download the Xpower Batch C shortlist in PDF format The government says registration will be closed after six weeks.

According to authorities, the program will employ 400,000 people to work in a variety of fields including agriculture, teaching, architecture, design and science and technology.

Npower Begins to Shortlist Applicants for Physical Verification

Good news to all Npower applicants nationwide as Npower begins to shortlist names of applicants for physical verification.

It was gathered that those who took the test recently through the Nasims portal have been receiving messages on their phones through direct inbox SMS and or through their supplied email account.

It is interesting to note that those who took the test and did well have been receiving their congratulatory messages for physical verification in all spheres of the categories involved.

If you have not been shortlisted or receive any message from Npower, please do not panic because shortlisting is still ongoing and has no end. Remember that it is not over until the exercise is over.

However, if you score high in the screening test and you have not been shortlisted for physical verification, this is what you do;

  1. First, ensure that your line (sim card) attached to the registration is still active,
  2. Make sure your Gmail account is safe and running on your mobile device; and
  3. Endeavor to be checking and refreshing your mail inbox periodically, as well as the spam. God will perfect everything and success will be achieved.

If you have any questions concerning this post, please don't hesitate to ask using the comment session below.

N-POWER SHORTLIST: If You Applied For N-power, Follow These 3 Steps To Register For Batch C Test

President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration is committed to making sure Nigerian Graduates are engaged with something.

One of the ways President Muhammadu Buhari Administration is using to engage the youths in Nigeria is through the creation of Empowerment programmes such as N-power, Nigeria Youth Investment fund (NYIF), Survival fund.

Recently, The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development (FMHDSD) which is charged with the responsibility of implementing the National Social Investment Programs, wishes to inform all N-power applicants that the Ministry has introduced the next stage of the enrolment process for the Batch C test.

Therefore, If You Applied For N-power, Follow These 3 Steps To Register For Batch C Test

  1. All N-power Applicants should check their Email addresses provided at the point of application for information on how to log in to the portal.
  2. Visit to log into the applicant portal and update your personal information and records.
  3. Lastly, follow the instructions provided on the portal and take the online test. God bless President Muhammadu Buhari for all the good works he is doing in Nigeria 

Already more than one million people have registered for the program.

Source: VOI


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