Nigerian Navy DSSC Announcement To Shortlisted Candidates 2024 | The authority of the Nigeria Navy has finally released the names of the eligible candidates who will partake for the Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) 36 Aptitude Test and the prove of requirement and procedure to check to determine candidates eligibility in the test venue. Read more
About Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidates 2024
The candidates whose names appear on Nigerian Navy DSSC are shortlisted to sit the Nigerian Navy Basic Training NNBTS School Batch 36 Recruitment Examination. Download PDF
Nigerian Navy DSSC Requirements for Examination 2024
Nigerian Navy Basic Training NNBTS School Batch 36 Recruitment Examination scheduled to take place on Saturday, 17 February 2024. Candidates are to attend the examination at the centres shown against their names with the following items:
- B Pencil and Eraser
- Photocopies of Application Forms
- One Passport Photograph
Candidates are to come along to the Aptitude Test Centres with the following:a. Parents/Guardian Consent Form.b. Photocopies of Degree/HND certificate.c. NYSC Discharge/Exemption Certificate (Compulsory. Serving Personnel to present a letter from the unit /ID card).d. Writing materials (2B pencil, eraser and sharpener only)6. Mobile phones and any other forms of communication devices are prohibited from the examination halls.Note: All the process ranging from online registration, Aptitude Test and the selection interview are FREE OF CHARGECandidates are to check and proceed to the centres indicated; all centres of choice selected by applicants were upheld except where doubts exist in the filling of the forms
How to Check Nigerian Navy DSSC Shortlisted Candidate 2024
The candidates whose names appear http://www.joinnigeriannavy.com/ are shortlisted to sit the Nigerian Navy Basic Training NNBTS School Batch 36 Recruitment Examination scheduled to take place on Saturday, 17 February 2024. Candidates are to attend the examination at the centres shown against their names with the following items:
- Candidates are advised to be wary of scammers and refrain from giving money to any individual under any guise.
- Candidates who applied for Abuja, Port-Harcourt and Lagos should note that there are 2 centres each, hence they should endeavour to confirm which of the centres their names appear and proceed there.
- Only those on a centre’s list would be allowed into the centre for the test