If you are one of the applicants for Short Service Combatant (SSC) and Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC), there is a good news for you. The Nigerian Army (NA) have just released the names of successful candidates.
The names of the shortlisted candidates, who wrote the pre-selection test/examination on the 14th of November 2020, has been released. This was made known by the force through Brigadier General Sagir M.
The list containing names of shortlisted candidates can be found by CIicking Here.
Both category (SSC and DSSC) will be facing the selection board of the NA on the 16th of January 2021, and 1st of February 2021 respectively, at Nigerian Army Training Area Falgore, in Kano state.
All lucky candidates are to report at the venue on the very date to face the selection board, with the following items;
- Writing materials (Eraser and Ruler should be included).
- White T-Shirt (two pairs is required).
- Navy blue short (two pairs is required)
- White stockings and canvas.
- Plates and cup for feeding purpose (needed cutleries should be included aside knives/iron objects).
- Bedspread, Pillow case, and if possible blanket.
- Full size photograph of candidate (Must bd in coloured).
- An oral assessment will be carried out by the board, likewise Medicals, Physical, and academic test.
- Applicants are to submit both original and/or photocopies of the following;
a. Degree or HND certificate.
b. O’level result.
c. NYSC certificate (either discharge or exemption).
d. Birth Certificate (age declaration is also acceptable).
e. State of Origin Certificate.
f. Letter of Recommendation, or Military ID card for those in service.
g. Sponsorship letter.
h. BVN print out.
i. Completely filled forms e.g referee form etc.
- Tendering of forged document(s) will lead to automatic disqualification.
- Accommodation, and Feeding will be provided for.
- Transportation will be handled by shortlisted candidates.
- Vehicles won’t be allowed into the premises.
- Visitors won’t be allowed during this course.
- All shortlisted candidates are to report by 8am, and anything past 9am will lead to automatic disqualification for such defaulting candidate(s).
- All candidates are expected to follow the stipulated rules to avoid being disqualified.
Note: Any recorded death or injuries during this phase of the selection process, won’t be on the Nigerian Army.