Nigerian Army DSSC Screening Date 2024/2025 Is Out | Exams Centres

Nigerian Army DSSC Screening

Nigerian Army DSSC Screening Date 2024/2025 Is Out | Exams Centres: Find out when the Nigerian Army is holding its screening for the Direct Short Service Commission in 2024/2025. We’ll give you the right details about the screening date, where the exams will take place, what you need, and any other info you want to know.

Good news! The Nigerian Army has released the screening date and examination centers for the DSSC. We’ll keep this page updated once they publish it. The details here will help you understand what you need to do to qualify for full-time employment.

What is the Nigerian Army DSSC?

The Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) in the Nigerian Army is a special recruitment program designed to attract individuals with specific professional qualifications in various fields, including medicine, law, engineering, and more. It offers an accelerated career path for officers who possess essential expertise and are keen on serving their country through military service.

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Latest News on Nigerian Army DSSC Screening Date 2024/2025

The Nigerian Army has officially released the screening date for the 2024/2025 DSSC program, marking a significant milestone in the recruitment process. Prospective candidates are urged to take note of this important date, as it forms the foundation of their journey towards joining the esteemed ranks of the military.

Documents Required for Nigerian Army DSSC Screening

Here are the documents required for Nigerian Army DSSC Screening:

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  1. Birth Certificate or Age Declaration: All applicants must possess a valid birth certificate which must be signed by the National Population Commission, Hospital, or Local Government Council, or a valid age declaration from the court of law.
  2. Educational Certificates: Candidates must provide all the original copies of educational certificates from primary to secondary school. Applicants must possess at least a first degree with not less than Second Class Lower Division or HND of not less than sciences, or humanities from an accredited university or polytechnic. Courses of study must also be accredited at the time of the study.
  3. NYSC Discharge Certificate or Exemption Certificate: Applicants must possess an NYSC discharge certificate or valid exemption certificate. Only post-secondary academic credentials obtained from 2013 to date will be considered.
  4. Certificate of State of Origin: Applicants must provide a certificate of state of origin.
  5. Passport Photograph: Applicants must provide a passport photograph.
  6. Evidence of Membership of Any Professional Body: Graduates with professional qualifications must be duly registered with their professional bodies and must possess valid practicing licenses.
  7. NIN and BVN: Applicants must provide their National Identification Number (NIN) and Bank Verification Number (BVN).
  8. Letter of Attestation: Candidates must submit a Letter of Attestation from their former institutions.
  9. Referees: Applicants must be recommended and attested to his/her good character by at least 2 referees who are either a Local Government Chairman/Secretary, a senior military officer, or a police officer. The passport photographs of referees must be affixed to the letter of attestation.
  10. Military ID Card and Letter of Recommendation: All the Service personnel must present a valid military ID card and letter of recommendation from their Commanding Officers. They must also present valid letter(s) of official sponsorship in tertiary academic institutions. Additionally, they must have served for a minimum period of 5 years in the Armed Forces of Nigeria. All service personnel applicants are under obligation to declare their service status on the application as required by Failing to do so constitutes an offense in addition to disqualification at any stage.
  11. Height Requirement: Candidates’ height must measure at least 1.68m (for males) and 1.65m (for females).
  12. Letter of Acceptance: All graduating officer cadets must sign an acceptance of the terms and conditions governing the Army DSSC before they are commissioned.
  13. Letter of Attestation from Former Institutions: Applicants must submit a Letter of Attestation from their former institutions.
  14. Proof of Ordination: Soldier applicants must have served the NA with a minimum of 6 years experience in chaplaincy work and must be vetted Applicants must provide proof of Ordination, attestation, and certification by an ordained Bishop.
  15. Letter of Recommendation from Referees: Candidates must provide a letter of recommendation from their referees who are either a Local Government Chairman/Secretary, a senior military officer, or a police officer.

Nigerian Army DSSC Screening Date and Examination Centres

The Nigerian Army has announced the screening date and examination centers for SSC and DSSC. This webpage will update automatically once the DSSC screening date for 2024/2025 is published. It’s suggested to bookmark this page and check back regularly. Successful candidates will receive email notifications with details about the screening and aptitude test. The screening date and centers will cover all thirty-six states in Nigeria. Here’s the list of states:

  • Abia
  • Adamawa
  • Akwa Ibom
  • Anambra
  • Bauchi
  • Bayelsa
  • Benue
  • Borno
  • Cross River
  • Delta
  • Ebonyi
  • Edo
  • Ekiti
  • Enugu
  • Gombe
  • Imo
  • Jigawa
  • Kaduna
  • Kano
  • Katsina
  • Kebbi
  • Kogi
  • Kwara
  • Lagos
  • Minna
  • Nassarawa
  • Niger
  • Ogun
  • Ondo
  • Osun
  • Oyo
  • Plateau
  • Rivers
  • Sokoto
  • Taraba
  • Yobe
  • Zamfara
  • Federal Capital Territory, Abuja

The Nigerian Army (NA) wants everyone to know that there will be a Computer Based Pre-Selection Examination for all candidates who have been shortlisted.

  • You will not be allowed to write the examination in any center other than your allocated zonal centre
  • You are expected to be at the examination venue for verification at the time indicated against your name
  • Don’t forget your examination seat number
  • Take note of your examination number. It will be used to log into the examination platform

Allocated Zonal Exam Centres and Selected State Exam Centres

  • Abuja – FCT Abuja, Lokoja, Minna
  • Asaba – Asaba, Benin City
  • Calabar – Calabar, Uyo
  • Enugu – Enugu, Abakaliki, Awka
  • Gombe – Gombe, Bauchi, Damaturu
  • Ibadan – Akure, Ibadan, Abeokuta
  • Ilorin – Ilorin, Ado-Ekiti, Oshogbo
  • Kaduna – Kaduna, Jos
  • Kano – Kano, Katsina, Dutse
  • Lagos – Ikeja
  • Maiduguri – Maiduguri
  • Makurdi – Makurdi, Lafia
  • Portharcourt – Portharcourt, Owerri, Umuahia, Yenegoa
  • Sokoto – Sokoto, Gusau, Birnin Kebbi
  • Yola – Yola, Jalingo

How to Check the Nigerian Army DSSC Screening Date and Examination Centres

If you’re shortlisted for the SSC and DSSC screening, Nigerian Army officials will inform you via email about the screening date and examination center. Alternatively, you can check the official web portal at [https://recruitment.army.mil.ng/](https://recruitment.army.mil.ng/) or visit this page regularly for updates.

Keep checking this website regularly to stay informed. If you have any questions about the Nigerian Army DSSC recruitment, feel free to ask. The TopNigerianJobs team will respond promptly.

What to Expect on the Screening Day

The screening day will entail a series of assessments designed to evaluate candidates’ suitability for commissioning as officers in the Nigerian Army. These assessments may cover physical fitness tests, aptitude examinations, medical evaluations, and interviews. Candidates should approach each segment with confidence and composure, showcasing their capabilities effectively.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About the DSSC Screening

  1. When will I receive my screening center assignment? Candidates will be notified of their assigned examination centers via official communication channels well in advance of the screening date.
  2. What should I do if I am unable to attend on the scheduled screening date? It is imperative to promptly inform relevant authorities through official channels if unforeseen circumstances prevent attendance on the scheduled screening date.
  3. Are there specific dress code requirements for the screening? Yes, candidates are expected to adhere to a prescribed dress code that reflects professionalism and respect for military traditions.
  4. Will there be any preparatory materials provided before the screening? The Nigerian Army may issue preparatory materials or guidelines to assist candidates in readying themselves for a successful screening experience.
  5. How soon can I expect feedback after completing the screening process? The timeline for receiving feedback post-screening may vary; however, candidates can anticipate timely updates from military authorities regarding their status.
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