Our page will provide you with every necessary information you need to know about the latest Npower news, the Npower Stream 2 Batch C Shortlisting and commencement 2022.
Shortlisted Candidates for Npower batch C 2022 is out, Candidates can now proceed to check their names via the nasims website on www.nasims.gov.ng portal, and can equally download the pdf list online.
The recently released Npower list is the final list and it contains all the names of selected candidates from stream 1 and stream 2 of the 2022 Npower batch C.
The official list has now been made available for public consumption, the lists which contain the names of all candidates who scaled through the application process can be accessed online.
It has been quite a waiting period for most Nigerians, especially those who applied for the program. This phase of the Npower batch C programme includes shortlisting of applicants.
If you’re amongst those who have been waiting then you have a reason to cheer up and be happy at last because Npower in its official statement said, the Batch C Stream 2 candidates will be uploaded immediately.
Once candidates have successfully logged into their account, they should be able to know if Npower has shortlisted them for stream 2 or just not yet.
The steps or procedures for checking the N-power 2022 shortlist have been stated here on our page and these covers for the states in Nigeria.
Some of you may yet be finding it difficult to check if you’ve been shortlisted, don’t work we have provided the assistance you need to get that done.
FAQ: Is Npower Shortlist 2022 Out?
The Npower shortlisted 2022 list is out! The list is officially out. As we stated above, it was confirmed through Npower’s verified social media platforms.
But please note that it is only batch c stream 1 shortlisted candidates that are out. For the second batch (stream 2), we all have to wait for subsequent announcements from the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs.
Since you’re aware that the much-awaited list is out, it will be good for you to always check your email address and registered number for a message from Npower, remember that you also log into www.npower.gov.ng or (www.nasims.gov.ng).
After logging in, you will then find out if you have been shortlisted or haven’t been selected just yet.
We promised earlier to help you through the process of getting access to confirming your selection, continue reading to find out.
How To Check If You’re A Shortlisted Candidates Or Not
Please follow carefully the instructions we have outlined below, it will provide the necessary guidance you need for your confirmation.
You already know that the Npower batch c list contains shortlisted candidates that have passed through the final selection process and will eventually be deployed to their final PPA (place of primary assignment).
Visit the website: www.nasims.gov.ng/shortlisted/ to log in. Once the page opens, enter your NASIMS ID and Password and then click on Enter. Scroll to the shortlisted candidate’s tab and click on it. A congratulatory message will then come on your screen If you have been shortlisted.
Note: The process of Npower selection is done in two phases; the final selection phase and the deployment phase. Usually, successful applicants that have scaled through the final selection will be deployed. It is the same process for both batch C streams 1 & 2.
It simply means that the moment you’re shortlisted, your deployment is inevitable and so you should be expecting the deployment status on your dashboard to direct where your primary place of assignment is.
For those that might have checked their accounts already but have not been shortlisted yet, I will advise you to patiently wait for the next batch of the list of successful candidates to be out.
You never can tell, you might just be lucky to make it to the second batch of shortlisted candidates for Npower.
This is the latest news concerning the Npower 2022 list and we hope our post was helpful. We shall update you on this site regularly especially when we get notifications about the next shortlist that will be subsequently released.