The Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has recently announced the screening requirements for the shortlisted candidates of the 2023 recruitment exercise. If you have applied for the NSCDC recruitment and are eager to know if you made the shortlist, here are the essential materials you need to prepare and bring along for the screening process.
To ensure a smooth screening experience, all candidates are required to gather the following materials in advance:
- Properly completed Attestation Form: It is imperative that applicants fill out the attestation form accurately. This form serves as a declaration of the candidate’s compliance with the necessary criteria and regulations. Alongside the form, three photocopies of the Certificate of Physical Fitness should be provided. Additionally, candidates must obtain the original copies of their referees’ credentials. These referees should be individuals who can vouch for the applicant’s character and qualifications.
- Eight Recent Passport Photos: Candidates must bring eight copies of recent passport-sized photographs. These photos should accurately depict the candidate’s current appearance. It is crucial to ensure that the photos are clear and meet the specifications outlined by the NSCDC. Any changes in personal information since the initial application should be presented at this stage as well.
- Photocopies of Identical Passports: During the screening process, identical copies of the passport photographs will be required for all supporting documents. Candidates must arrange for multiple photocopies of their passport photos to avoid any complications during the document verification stage.
Candidates should be aware that the NSCDC shortlist for the 2023 recruitment exercise can be accessed through the official CDCFIB portal. Follow the step-by-step guide below to check your status:
- Visit the official CDCFIB portal at www.cdcfib.career.
- Select the NSCDC option from the available choices.
- Enter the required details, which may include your full name, email address, and application number.
- Click on the ‘Search‘ button to retrieve your status.
It is crucial to keep in mind that the screening exercise date is yet to be announced by the NSCDC. Therefore, it is advisable to bookmark the CDCFIB portal and check regularly for updates regarding the NSCDC screening date. Missing the screening without a valid reason within the specified period will lead to automatic disqualification.
Furthermore, the NSCDC screening exercise will take place in various states across the country. The following states have been selected as eligible for the screening process:
Abia State, Adamawa State, Akwa Ibom State, Anambra State, Bauchi State, Bayelsa State, Benue State, Borno State, Cross River State, Delta State, Ebonyi State, Edo State, Ekiti State, Enugu State, Federal Capital Territory, Gombe State, Imo State, Jigawa State, Kaduna State, Kano State, Katsina State, Kebbi State, Kogi State, Kwara State, Lagos State, Nasarawa State, Niger State, Ogun State, Ondo State, Osun State, Oyo State, Plateau State, Rivers State, Sokoto State, Taraba State, Yobe State, and Zamfara State.
Finally, the NSCDC has released the screening requirements for the shortlisted candidates of the 2023 recruitment exercise. Applicants must ensure they possess all the necessary materials mentioned above and stay updated on the screening date announcement through the official CDCFIB portal. Remember, failure to attend the screening within the specified period will result in disqualification. Best of luck to all shortlisted candidates for the NSCDC recruitment!
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