The National Population Commission (NPC) recently approved thousands of Ad-hoc staff for its upcoming census exercise. However, many applicants have been left in limbo as their status remains pending. If you are among the affected applicants, there are a few things you need to know.
Firstly, if you did not attend the LGA-Level Screening held last year, your application status is likely to remain pending. It’s essential to note that attendance at this screening was a crucial requirement for selection as an Ad-hoc staff.
Secondly, some applicants may have attended the training but still didn’t get approval during the screening exercise. If this is the case, there may be other factors that affected your application’s approval, such as the number of available positions or the quality of your performance during the training.
If your status is still showing as pending, there’s no need to panic. You can visit the LGA’s training center during the enumerators and supervisors’ training exercise to get updates about what you need to do next about your application. The training center can provide you with essential information on how to proceed and what steps you can take to improve your chances of approval.
When filling out the application form, ensure that you apply for Enumerator or Supervisor positions. It’s crucial because some Ad-hoc staff applied for Facilitators or DQM, and they have already completed their training exercises, leaving no vacancies for these positions. By applying for Enumerator or Supervisor positions, you increase your chances of getting selected for the census exercise.
If your NPC recruitment status is still pending, it’s vital to stay informed and keep in touch with the training center for updates. Also, ensure that you apply for the appropriate positions and attend all necessary screenings and training exercises to improve your chances of selection as an Ad-hoc staff.
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