Civil Defense NSCDC Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025

Discover the latest updates on NSCDC Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025 in our detailed guide. Follow our step-by-step instructions to stay informed and find out if you’ve made the shortlist.

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About the Shortlisted Candidates

Imagine the NSCDC Shortlisted Candidates like a bright star showing the way for people who want to join. It’s not just a list; it means dreams coming true for many, showing they’re right for important jobs.

If you see your name on that list, it’s like winning a big prize!

Is the List Come Out Yet?

They say it’s good to wait patiently.

Right now, the Civil Defense hasn’t shown the list everyone’s waiting for in 2024. But here’s a tip: save our page.

We’ll be the first to tell you when the list is out.

Documents Required

The documents you’ll need for the NSCDC screening process typically fall into two categories:

  • Identification documents
  • Educational certificates

Here’s a more detailed breakdown of the requirements:

Identification Documents

  • Valid National ID card (original and photocopy)
  • Driver’s License (original and photocopy) if you have one
  • Birth certificate (original and photocopy)
  • Recent passport photographs (white background)

Educational Certificates

  • Original and photocopies of all your educational certificates, including:
    • NYSC Discharge certificate (if applicable)
    • WAEC certificate or its equivalent (e.g., NECO, GCE, NABTEB)
    • NCE/ND or HND certificates (if applicable)
    • University degree certificate (if applicable)

Additional documents

The specific requirements may vary depending on the recruitment exercise and the nature of the roles being filled. In some cases, you may also be required to submit:

  • A letter of recommendation from a reputable person in your community
  • Guarantor’s letter

How to obtain the documents

  • You can obtain birth certificates from the National Population Commission (NPC) office in your local government area.
  • You can request copies of your educational certificates from the institutions that issued them.
  • You can get a letter of recommendation from a religious leader, traditional ruler, community leader, or other reputable person in your community.
  • A guarantor should be a responsible citizen who knows you well and is willing to vouch for your character.

Step by Steps Process

The NSCDC screening process typically involves several stages. Here’s a breakdown of the general steps you can expect:

Stage 1: Application

  1. Stay Alert: Watch out for recruitment advertisements for the NSCDC. These can be found in newspapers, radio announcements, television broadcasts or on the official NSCDC website.
  2. Check Eligibility: Before applying, meticulously review the eligibility criteria mentioned in the advertisement or on the NSCDC website. Make sure you meet all the requirements like age limits, educational qualifications, and any other specified criteria.
  3. Obtain Application: There are two ways to get the application form:
    • Download it from the official NSCDC website (if available).
    • Pick it up from designated recruitment centers or offices.
  4. Fill Out the Form: Accurately and completely fill out the application form, providing all the required information and attaching supporting documents (photocopies are usually accepted).
  5. Submit on Time: Ensure you submit your completed application form along with all necessary documents to the designated NSCDC recruitment center or office within the specified deadline.

Stage 2: Screening and Tests (if shortlisted)

  1. Invitation to Screen: If your application is successful, you’ll be invited to participate in the next stage of the recruitment process, which involves attending screening exercises.
  2. Documentation Verification: During screening, officials will verify the authenticity of your submitted documents. Ensure you bring the originals along with the photocopies you submitted earlier.
  3. Aptitude Tests: You might be required to take aptitude tests to assess your cognitive abilities, problem-solving skills, and general knowledge.
  4. Physical Fitness Tests: The NSCDC will assess your physical fitness through a series of exercises. This may include activities like:
    • Height and weight measurement
    • Running or long-distance walking for endurance
    • Push-ups, sit-ups, or other exercises to assess strength and agility
  5. Medical Examination: You’ll undergo a medical examination to ensure you meet the required health standards for the role.

Stage 3: Selection and Training

  1. Selection Process: After the screening stages, the NSCDC will evaluate your performance across all assessments.
  2. Await Results: You’ll be notified via various channels like email, phone calls, or announcements on the NSCDC website regarding your application status.
  3. Training: If selected, you’ll be invited to attend training at the NSCDC training academy to prepare you for your specific role within the organization.

Important Note: This is a general guideline, and the specific stages and procedures may vary depending on the recruitment exercise and the roles being filled. Stay updated by checking the official NSCDC website or recruitment advertisements for the latest information.

How to Check

There isn’t official confirmation that the shortlist for the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) recruitment for 2024 is out yet. However, here’s how you can check once it is officially released:

  1. Visit the official NSCDC website or Civil Defence, Correctional, Fire and Immigration Services Board (CDCFIB) portal: The most trusted sources for the shortlist will be the official NSCDC website ( or the CDCFIB portal (
  2. Look for announcements: Look for sections or announcements related to recruitment and shortlisted candidates. These might be titled “Recruitment,” “Shortlisted Candidates,” or something similar.
  3. Follow instructions: The official website or portal will provide clear instructions on how to check the shortlist. This might involve entering your application ID or name.
  4. Download PDF (optional): If available, you might be able to download a PDF containing the full list of Shortlisted Candidates.

Here are some additional tips:

  • Be cautious of unofficial websites or social media posts claiming to have the shortlist. Trust only information from the official NSCDC website or CDCFIB portal.
  • If you have trouble finding the information, you can try contacting the NSCDC or CDCFIB through their official channels for guidance.

Found your name? Give yourself a round of applause! Next up is the screening and interview round. This phase isn’t just a formality, it’s pivotal. Get ready and give it your all!

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) is preparing for the 2024 screening process, and many people are excited about it.

However, the exact date for the NSCDC screening in 2024 has not been announced yet. We are also waiting for this information, and once we know the date, we will share it with you.

Additionally, the list of NSCDC Shortlisted Candidates for 2024/2025 has not been made available by the NSCDC. This means we do not know who will be invited for the screening.

However, it’s important to remember that the journey you take to get there is just as important as reaching your destination.

No matter what happens, there are plenty of opportunities waiting for you.

Please continue to check for updates on the screening date, and most importantly, we wish you the best of luck on your NSCDC journey!

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What is the main purpose of the NSCDC Shortlisted Candidates list ?

It’s to identify the selected candidates for the available positions in Civil Defense.

How can I ensure I don’t miss out on any updates?

Bookmark this page and keep an eye on your email.

Is there a chance for a second shortlist to be released?

Yes, there’s a possibility, though not guaranteed.

What should I do if I miss the screening exercise?

The screening is mandatory. If missed, chances of selection might diminish.

How are NSCDC Shortlisted Candidates informed about their shortlisting status?

Through the online portal and direct email notifications.

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