N-power Batch C: How to succeed among the 500,000 Batch C N-power beneficiaries | No 4 very important

The Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouk had on Tuesday disclosed that a total of 550,000 Applicants of the Batch C N-power were shortlisted after the online Screening Test organised by the Ministry.

Related: N-power: 550,000 Applicants shortlisted for N-power Batch C1- Sadiya Umar Farouk

However, 500,000 would be on-boarded as successful beneficiaries of the N-power Batch C Stream 1 as 50,000 are likely to be trashed as a result of one reason or the other.

Here are 6 ways to guarantee one's success among the 500,000 successfully Beneficiaries 

1.  Ensure you do your Biometric Enrolment: 

 The Biometric Enrolment is an essential part of the verification processes which is compulsory to all shortlisted. Any shortlisted applicant who for one reason or the other fails to complete the processes is automatically among the 50,000.

2. Strictly adhere to Biometric Enrolment instructions: 

Just as it happened during the Screening Test Phase, applicants who failed to adhere to instructions were locked out in that phase. More than 4 Million  Nigerians applied for the Batch C N-power Programme but only 1.8 million successfully took the Test. 

NASIMS advised shortlisted applicant to submit online all Four Fingers which must be accordingly captured as instructed. Anything outside the instruction is going against the instruction.

3. Ensure your Biometric data is successfully submitted: 

NASIMS advised all shortlisted applicants to review the Finger Print enrolment after submission. If it is successful, the "Capture Fingerprint" will change to "Finger Print Captured"

4. Ensure you are not Employed at Federal Level

The reason why your BVN is compulsorily sought for is not because you will be paid through your BVN. 

Asides ensuring you applied only once, the BVN tracks you in the Government Integrated Financial Management Information System (GIFMIS) Server.

Current Employees under NYSC, Ministry, Departments and Agencies can be easily tracked through the server.

In 2020 when the former payment platform was moved to GIFMIS, about 14,000 Batch A and B N-power Beneficiaries were flagged by the System.

The Humanitarian Affairs Ministry stated that those affected have their BVN tied to payments in the Server, and they are owed for about 5 months till date.

5. Ensure to possess all valid Documents submitted online

All documents submitted online will be physically verified in your State. You are expected to make yourself available for the Physical verification exercise. 

Data collated at this end will be used for the Deployment Exercise and only those who succeed at this end, will be enlisted for Deployment.

6. Ensure you report to your PPA when deployed:

If you are in N-Health, you will be posted to a Health Facility, mostly Health Centers, under the State Ministry of Health.

If in N-Teach, you will be deployed to a School, either Government Primary or Secondary School under the State Ministry of Education and its Boards.

If you are in N-Agro, prepare to visit Farms as you will be posted to an Agricultural Zone in your State and be grouped in Circles and in Blocks as directed by the State Ministry of Agriculture.

When deployed, your Deplyment letter must be duly signed and stamped by the Head or your PPA, scanned and upload on your Profile.

In these ways, you can become a bona fide N-power Beneficiary and be expecting your monthly Stipend when you do the work.  

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