The Headmistress of Ningo Senior High Technical School in Ningo Prampram Distric, Greater Accra, has caution the male National Service personnels posted to the Ningo Senior High Technical School to do a one year mandatory National Service. Mrs. Rachel Bernice Cofie, the Headmistress of Ningo Senior High Technical School on her welcome address to the National service personnels posted to the school, cautioned them against her beautiful girls in the school, according the Headmistress, her girls are beautiful, the girls are aware of their beauty and they don’t need anybody to tell them they are beautiful, she told the National Service Personnels, they should be mindful of their motive of coming to the school.
The Management of the Ghana National Service Scheme (NSS) says it will within this week release the postings of personnel with ‘posting on hold’ status for them to commence their one-year mandatory service to the nation. Mrs Gifty Oware Mensah, the Deputy Executive Director of the NSS, in an interview on Joynew on Friday 15th October 2021 said that, personnel with on-hold status are those who registered late for national service amid issues of verification.
Mr. Yaw Opoku Mensah, the Deputy Spokesman for the Ministry of Education (MOE) has in a post shared on his Official Facebook page on Thursday, October 14th 2021 asked the general public to disregard news item making rounds about the non recruitment of 2018 Colleges of Education students into the mainstream teaching field after their mandatory national service and passing of their Licensure examination.
From the Director in charge of National Service, all graduates who have been dilly posted and have been accepted by their user Agency must begin their National service on Monday 11th October 2021. Also it was stated that the postings is a gradual process and that the final closing day will be on Friday November 5.
Hurray to all Ghanaians who have the interest in joining the Ghana National Ambulance Service. Interested Ghanaians who were waiting to hear or to know when the service will be opening its door to recruit. The Ghana National Ambulance Service has opened its door to recruit all interested and elegible Ghanaians into the to help ease the health load on the ministry.
Teachers rise from the lower ranks in the service to hold positions in the Ghana Education Service, each year qualified applicants for headship and district directors of education are invited to attend an interview. The successful applicants are notified and they are put on waiting list pending for vacancies.
The Social Security and National Insurance Trust ( SSNIT) is the body mandated by the laws of the Republic of Ghana to manage the monthly payments or contributions by Ghanaian workers towards their pension. Previously, SSNIT invests fractions the contributions and pay lump sums to contributors when they are due for pension.
The Management of the Ghana National Service Scheme (NSS) Wednesday, October 6, 2021, has released the 2021/2022 national service postings of graduates from accredited institutions who enrolled to serve the nation. In a statement released on the official website of the national service website https://nss.gov.gh, the Scheme said a total of 81,081 graduates postings were released adding that postings of some personnel have been put on hold due to mistakes detected in their online registration. “Some prospective
The Corporate Affairs Coordinator of the Ghana National Service Scheme, Mr Armstrong Esaah has thrown a word of caution to National Service Personnel concerning persons who claim to be giving special postings. Speaking on Adom FM, he said that there is nothing like special posting in the National Service Scheme therefore personnel should stay away from such persons.
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.
Assistant Fire Officer, Joseph Baidoo who died in a rescue mission at Gomoa Obuasi in the Central Region has been promoted by the Ghana national fire service to the post of Assistant Division Officer Grade two (2). Officer Baido died as a hero when he wanted to save three persons that were drowned in a well but unfortunately lost his life.
The National Service Scheme (NSS), after releasing the postings of over 81,000 graduates from accredited tertiary institutions for the 2021/2022 academic year says the personnel service will begin on Monday 11 October 2021. When Will This Year Service End? The Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the National Service Secretariat, Armstrong Essah speaking in an interview on Joynews disclosed that the service will end in August 2022.
The Management of National Service Scheme (NSS) has today, October 6, 2021 deployed a total of 81,081 graduates from accredited tertiary institutions who enrolled for the 2021/2022national service to varios user agencies across the country. Prospective service personnel should log on to the scheme’s website http://www.portal.nss.gov.gh to confirm the specifics of their placements before visiting their respective user agencies to endorse their letters of appointment. Management wishes to inform the general
The National Service Scheme (NSS) released the postings of about 80,000 graduates from the various public and private accredited tertiary institutions recently. As service personnel are making preparations in terms of documentation for the postings, the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has sent vital information to all personnel who have their posting there.
The National Service Secretariat has finally released postings for over 81,000 personal for the 2021/2021 service year scheme. The National Service is a mandatory one year service to the nation. Persons have been reposted to places where their services will be needed. Below are few guidelines to follow in order to get validated.
Many people may be surprised to learn that today is National Teachers Day. It is, unfortunately, the terrible fact, and only a few individuals are aware of it. We all know that teachers play a critical role in the growth of every country. These professionals are deserving of recognition.
The long awaiting NSS Postings have been released. National Service Scheme has released postings for the 2021/2022 national service year. A total of eighty thousand and eighty-one (81,081) graduates from the accredited tertiary institutions in Ghana has been released to the various user agencies across the country.
Albert Apoozore popularly known as King Ayisoba is a popular Ghanaian musician with various unique traditional songs. In one of his popular songs which talks about the will of God will surely happen no matter what you do. This song is making waves on the internet as National Service Personnel who are yet to be posted have selected this song as way to motivate them accept wherever they are posted.
The long-awaited postings are now available, and graduates can find their places to serve the country for a year a total of 81,081 graduates from affiliated tertiary institutions who enlisted for the 2021/2022 academic year have been distributed to various user organisations throughout Ghana for national service. In a statement signed and issued by Mr Osei Assibey Antwi, the scheme's new and acting Executive Director, prospective service personnel were advised to check the scheme's website http://www.portal.nss.gov.gh for confirmation of their postings before going to their distinct user agencies to endorse their letters of appointment.
The lists of 81,081 graduates have ben released by the National Service Scheme on Wednesday October 6th 2021. The Management has authorized the released graduates to begin their service on Monday October 11th 2021 only if the they have been permitted in their agencies. Affected persons are to visit any of the Regional Office of the Scheme with a copy of their enrollment form, student ID, any National ID with a soft copy of their passport pictures and the NSS number as file name to clear for posting proceedings.