Latest Update On Police Recruitment For Shortlisted Candidates
This is the latest update regarding the selection of shortlisted candidates for the Police Recruitment.
According to sources, the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) has set Monday, November 22 as the day for medical screening of successful and shortlisted applicants for the 2021 recruiting after the CBT Exam, which was held on the 29th and 30th of October 2021, respectively.
Latest Update On Police Recruitment 2021 For Shortlisted Candidates
The Police Service Commission received the report of the aptitude tests conducted for candidates into the Nigeria Police Force’s Constable cadre today, November 12th, 2021.
The results of the tests, which were held on Friday, November 29th and Saturday, November 30th in 36 states and the federal capital territory, were presented to Permanent Secretary and Secretary to the Commission, William Alo, by Deputy Inspector General of Police in Charge of Training, DIG Danmallam Muhammed, who led a Police delegation to a joint meeting with the Commission.
The meeting, which discussed the continuing completion of the 2020 recruiting exercise, ended with the decision to begin medical screening of successful and selected applicants on Monday, November 22 at the Nigeria Police Force’s 17th Zonal Headquarters.
Successful/shortlisted applicants should expect to be called as soon as possible and given instructions on when and where to come for the screening.
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The aptitude tests were taken by 74,058 people from 36 states and the federal capital territory of Abuja. There are 62,588 male candidates and 11,470 female applicants.