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Steps To Check Your 2021/2022 National Service Postings

The National Service Scheme (NSS) has released the postings of approximately 81,081 graduates from accredited tertiary institutions across the country. This was released today on 6th October 2021 at the NSS official website.

In this post, a very simple way to check your postings will be shown.

To minimize excessive crowds at the registration centres, NSS has urged all posted national service personnel are required to schedule an appointment online and visit the centres on the scheduled date and time for validation

How to check your 2021/2022 service postings in 6 steps

1. Visit the National Service Scheme Portal

2. Select sign in as personnel

3. Enter your email address and password used during the registration process and click on submit

4. Click on print posting letter

5. Your place of posting will appear

6. Save the page as PDF and print. (Postings registration should be completed by Friday, November 5, 2021).

The Management of the National Service Scheme has urged posted graduates to visit their user agencies for endorsement before scheduling an appointment online for registration and subsequent validation.

NSS in a statement released confirmed that there are some discrepancies in the online registration details of some prospective personnel. Those who will get the message that their service postings have been put on hold pending further verification and should not panic.

It said they are to visit any regional office of the Service with a copy of enrolment forms, Students ID, any national ID and soft copy of their passport picture save with their NSS number as a file name to clear them for postings.

Those with no mistakes have been urged to log on to the Scheme’s website to confirm the specifics of their placements before visiting their respective user agencies to endorse their letters of appointment.

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