Nigerian Navy Shortlisted Candidates and PDF guide for individuals that applied for Navy DSSC and training dates.
Nigerian Navy Shortlisted Candidates Guide
The Nigerian Navy Shortlisted Candidates commenced and shortlisted candidates have their names already posted according to their state of application.
In the event, you missed the Nigerian Navy Recruitment exercise and would love to see if there is still a chance for you to apply, please CLICK HERE.
Do not Pay any Individual or Officer to add your name to the Nigerian Navy shortlisted candidates NNS list! Once you successfully pass the screening, your name will be automatically shortlisted on http://joinnigeriannavy.com/successful-candidates/
Nigerian Navy Shortlisted Training Dates (Batch 29B) Updates
The Nigerian Navy Screening dates for shortlisted candidates is yet to be made known by the Force but will be disclosed to the general public as at when due by the Commission. Reports have it that delay of the Nigerian Navy Screening date is as a result of the recent happenings across the county but the commission will get to her Shortlisted Candidates in due course.
The Nigerian Navy Shortlist of successful candidates has been released online.
NB: This is an update for the Navy Recruitment Interview that took place in Lagos between July to August and the information released on www.joinnigeriannavy.com for Batch 29B.
It is reported that, all Batch 29B candidates should report for immediate training.
Train location: Nigerian Navy Basic Training School Onne, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
Training Date: Training commenced 19 September.
Nigerian Navy Batch 29B Training Dates
Below are the training details for the Batch 29B
GROUP 1 of Nigerian Navy Shortlisted Candidates
Training Date: Training is scheduled for September 19
- Cross River
Training Date: Training is scheduled for September 26.
GROUP 3 of Nigerian Navy Shortlisted Candidates
Training Date: Training is scheduled for October 3.
As such, prior to that, it is expedient that you get familiar with the aim and objectives of NNS so as to give you an extra edge during the recruitment exercise.
These include the below items:
- Nigerian Navy Organisation – It is necessary for all Nigerian Navy Shortlisted Candidates to know the Organizational structure of the Nigerian Navy and how the organization work.
- Nigerian Navy Vision and Mission: All Nigerian Navy Shortlisted candidates must be familiar with the Vision and Mission of NNS.
Nigerian Navy DSSC 29 Shortlisted Candidates DSSC PDF
As it has been said earlier, the Nigerian Navy Shortlisted Candidates 29 is out and can be viewed and downloaded in PDF FORMAT.
This has been graded based on the 37 States across the federation and arranged according to Candidates Application Number, Names, and Department.
The states includes the underlisted:
- Abia State
- Adamawa State
- Akwa Ibom State
- Anambra State
- Bauchi State
- Bayelsa State
- Benue State
- Borno State
- Cross River State
- Delta State
- Ebonyi State
- Edo State
- Ekiti State
- Enugu State
- Gombe State
- Imo State
- Jigawa State
- Kaduna State
- Kano State
- Katsina State
- Kebbi State
- Kogi State
- Kwara State
- Lagos State
- Nasarawa State
- Niger State
- Ogun State
- Ondo State
- Osun State
- Oyo State
- Plateau State
- Rivers State
- Sokoto State
- Taraba State
- Yobe State
- Zamfara State
Please note, all NNS Recruitment must be channeled through the official channels! Do not pay any individual or personnel any money to secure your Nigeria Navy Service.
How to Access Nigerian Navy Shortlist PDF
Below are details on how you can check the Nigerian Navy Shortlisted Candidates List as see if your name is inclusive.
- Visit the official Nigerian Navy Shortlisted Page at http://joinnigeriannavy.com/successful-candidates/
- Scroll down and CLICK the Download Button.
- Once the PDF File gets downloaded, use ‘Ctrl + F’ to find your name based on the above-listed states.
- If you see your name, CONGRATULATIONS!
Items needed for Nigerian Navy Screening Exercise
Below are listed some of the items you are to come along with to the Nigerian Navy Screening Exercise as stipulated by the Navy.
Male Candidates Requirements
- A pair of black cover shoes
- A pair of national dress (white kaftan for Juma’at)
- Academic Certificates (FSLC, JSSC, SSC, WAEC, NECO, etc)
- Birth Certificate / Age Declaration
- Black polish, brushes, shaving kit and toiletries
- Completed Registration Forms
- Local Government Certificate
- National Identity Card (Means of Identification)
- NYSC Discharge/Exemption Letter (Where Applicable)
- One black lounge suite
- One pair of black trousers and a belt
- Original and photocopies of all certificates
- Tertiary institutions (Where Applicable)
- Two long-sleeved shirts (white)
- Two pairs of canvas shoes (white)
- Two pairs of blue shorts
- Two pairs of socks (white)
- Two Pairs of white shorts and white trousers
- Two Polo shirts
- Two Recent Passport photo
- Two white bed sheets and pillowcases for 3 by 6 bed
- Two White round neck vests
Female Candidates Requirements
- A pair of low-heeled cover shoes (black)
- Two long skirts
- Two pairs of black or blue short tights
- Two pairs of trouser suits
You are to make adequate preparation for the upcoming exams by getting familiar with the Nigerian Navy.
Nigerian Navy Shortlisted FAQs
Here are some Frequently Asked Questions about Nigerian Navy Shortlistment and Recruitment exercise.
All candidates should get familiar with these questions and their respective answers.
The Nigerian Navy is the naval arm of the Nigerian Military force. It is ranked the largest Naval force in Africa and its environs.
There are no specific date except as disclosed by the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces. However, the recruitment is currently closed and shortlisted candidates have their names published.
The un-confirmed annual salary of the Nigerian Navy range between N3,380,086 (Commander) to N16,303,140 (Admiral in the Nigerian Navy)
The most notable training ground of the Nigerian Navy is Apapa, Lagos where they have facilities for such.
The headquarters of the Nigerian Navy Office is situated at 5 Point Rd, Apapa Quays, Lagos.
1958 – The Nigerian Navy was established in 1958 with varieties of Ships and equipment inherited from the colonial leaders.