Nigerian Navy Shortlisted Candidates 2021/2022 –
www.joinnigeriannavy.com-list of successful candidates
We have gotten the full compilations of all Nigerian NAVY shortlisted candidates. Candidates whose name are on the list are advised to get ready for the forthcoming pre-screening exercise.
We are using this medium to notify all those who applied for the Nigeria Navy recruitment to be aware that the list of successful/shortlisted candidates has been conclude. To this end candidates can start checking their names through the links and page we are going to provide here.
Nigerian Navy Dressing Code
As a successful/ shortlisted candidates please do your self a favour by coming with the under listed items :
- Come with your birth certificate or any supporting document.
- Your credentials you uploaded while applying for the Nigeria Navy recruitment. This document should be in their photocopies.
- Your completed form that has been signed either by the Chief Superintendent of Police, your local government chairman or secretary etc.
- Come with your parent consent form, this form should be completed and signed.
- Come with your passport, this should be 4 in number with your signature signed on their back.
- You can also attach scratch cards that will be use to validate your WEAC or NECO result.
- Parents/ Guardian Consent Form.
Local Government Attestation Card.
Photocopies of Certificates including NYSC Discharge Certificate.
How to Check if you are Successfully Shortlisted
Here are the steps to Check the Nigerian Navy recruitment list of shortlisted/successful candidates that was recently released :
On your browser, type the following url or just click on the link below:
- Wait to load so that the page will open, click on the download button so as to download the PDF file.
- To access your name from the list, just press on ‘Ctrl + F’ this should take you to your name and make things easier for you.
WHAT’S THE NEXT STAGE AFTER THE NIGERIAN NAVY LIST IS OUT?
After checking your names and found out that you are among those who have been shortlisted or being successful in the last application, all you have to do is to get prepared for the next stage which will involve screening that is know as pre-screening exercise.
We are still going to update this page to reflect the changes to the latest information about the Nigerian Navy recruitment.
We expect you to get yourself well prepared, have a good knowledge on the following :
Nigerian Navy Organisation: have a sound knowledge on how the Nigerian Navy is structured, how they operate, how they are ranked.
Nigerian Navy mission and vision: read more on the core mission and also on the vision of the Nigerian navy.
Where is the Nigerian Navy training ground?
The Nigerian Navy will send all candidate that have meet all criteria to join the Nigerian Navy to their training ground in Apapa, Lagos where they will commence training.
Year the Nigerian Navy was established:
the Nigerian Navy was established in 1958.
Requirements for joining the Nigerian Navy :
- Nigerian Navy age limit is between 18– 22 or 18 and 26 Years for those with ND, NCE, Nurses and Motor Transport Department (MTD) respectively
- This position is open for applicant who are either O Level or OND holders.
- first school leaving certificate is required, hence you get it ready.
- Due to the nature of the job, being military You must be physically and mentally sound.
- Only citizens can serve in the armed forces, You should be a Nigerian citizen
- For all Male applicants you must not be shorter than 1.68 meters while the female applicants must not stand at a height below 1.65 meters.
- You should be single.
- Gone for an orthopedic surgery? please don’t apply.
- Convicted in the court of law? please don’t apply.
- are you pregnant as a woman? please don’t apply.
- All certificates presented must be in their original form. We took time to list these documents above.
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