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Reason Why Some Are Yet To Be Shortlisted For Npower Batch C Verification

Are you among the Npower Batch C applicants and you have not yet been shortlisted for the verification even when scored high in the test, then read this article to the end, to see the reason.

You may also want to read Npower Cut Off Mark For 2021 Batch C NASIMS Test

We have been receiving many complaints from candidates regarding the issue of not being shortlisted yet, some are getting message like “please check back later” even when they score high in the CBT test.

Well, according to information reaching us here in Flippstack, the shortlisting process is still ongoing, not all successful beneficiaries has been shortlisted. The shortlisting is done in phases, so probably the first phase of
shortlisted candidates are those who are seeing shortlist on their profile and have
commenced verification.

As we all know the programme is in categories and in component, so it’s probably that the shortlisting is done categorically according to the component of the programme.

In the graduate categories, degree holders will be enrolled as teachers, health Extension
workers in their various communities of residents. While the non-graduate categories are basically more of a skill acquisition programme, they will be enrolled to be trained in
Agriculture, software and hardware engineering, creatives and NPower build. So all this
component of the Programme might not start at the same time.

So if you have not seen yours, just keep checking your NASIMS profile for update.

Note: Only those who according to Nasims’ team passed the screening Successfully will get to the verification stage.

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Reason Why Some Are Yet To Be Shortlisted For Npower Batch C Verification

By Okpara Kenneth

https://www.flippstack.com

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