The National Service Scheme has today, Wednesday 28th of April 2021 released pincodes for all final year prospective national service personnels to enroll into the 2020/2021 service year.
The Nss has released a total of one hundred and ten thousand and nine (110,009) for all eligible Ghanaian final year student in all accredited institutions across the country to enroll into their national service for the 2020/2021 academic year.
They therefore admonished all prospective applicants to visit the scheme website, www.nss.gov.gh to access their pincodes and by using their index numbers and date of birth and proceed to any ADB branch in the country to make payment of Gh€40 before commencing on the registration.
All eligible national service personnels are expected to complete their enrollment process by Wednesday, 30th of June 2021.
However, MTN mobile money can also be used to pay instead of going to bank amidst covid-19 pandemic.
Below is the full document of the press release by the National Service Scheme.
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