If yes then its time to check if your name is on the list of shortlisted candidate. All shortlisted candidates are to note that they will not be allowed to write the examination in any centre other than the allocated zonal centres. It tweeted, “The state recruitment screening exercise is scheduled to commence from 28 June – 11 July 2022 in all the 36 states and Federal Capital Territory Abuja.
All candidates who have found their names in the shortlist will have to participate in the screening exercise which may likely hold on the 26th of April, 2022. More information will be provided shortly. Also, Shortlisted candidates are expected to be at the examination venue for verification at the time indicated against their names.
The shortlisted candidates have also been assigned examination centres and are to report to the centres at the times indicated against their names to sit for the Examination. The process to check Nigerian army 83RRI shortlisted candidates lists is easy, follow these steps to check Army shortlisted names candidates lists. Nigerian army has opened the portal for checking the shortlist and names of candidates that have made it to the next stage of the recruitment exercise. Did you apply for the Nigerian army recruitment for SSC and DSSC?
All candidates are expected to have a high level of discipline. Candidates violating any instruction during recruitment screening practice will be disqualified. Shortlisted candidates are to report to their respective states of origin for the screening exercise from 28 June – 11 July 2022.
According to the Nigerian army you should be 1.68 meters and 1.62 meters for men and female respectively. More details concerning the screening date and venue as well will be sent in your email as well. Keep checking this page; we will keep updating it daily.
Candidates are not to bring electronic or recording devices to the venue of the State Recruitment Exercise. Selection process ongoing. That is the only thing I have seen. Is that applicable to some one else?. They only want to swindle those who may seek shortcuts. But the recruitment process into the Nigerian Army is transparent and based on merit.