Npower Batch C – Npower begins Shortlisting for Stream 2 Npower commenced stream 2 shortlisting for successful applicants this stream 2 is the last stream that will be shortlisted, stream 1 shortlisted over 500k applicants out of the 550k 50k applicants will be dropped while the remaining 500k will under go on boarding, same process will be applicable to npower Stream 2, there are processes to follow to avoid being disqualified, that is doing the necessary things that is currently required of you.
For you to escape being among the 50k to get disqualified all you have to do is make sure that every document required of you is properly submitted and anything that is asked of you to do make sure that it is well taken care of and all the documents uploaded, is uploaded well in a good quality, and also make sure you carry out any activities before the deadline.
This is a good-news to those of you complaining of not being shortlisted despite your overwhelming result remember previously i told you all that this particular npower is divided into 2 categories stream 1 and 2, Stream 2 shortlisting of successful names started today, remember once you are shortlisted make sure to go for your Biometric Fingerprint capturing.
How Npower will shortlist Batch C stream 2
The reason some applicants scored high and yet to be shortlisted is because of their location, the Minister hinted that each local government area in Nigeria have a space of 1000 applicants to be selected, if the number of those who applied for the npower in a particular Local Government is more than 1000, those to be shortlisted will score about 70 and 100 percent on the just concluded test respectively.
But if any particular Local Government have npower batch c applicants less than 1000 then those who score 40 below to even 0 will be shortlisted in order to use it and cover the empty gap line, many of you usually complain that some of your colleagues scored lower than you did and yet they got shortlisted before you, it has to do with their local government of Origin, and the number of applicants and how well the applicants did during the screening test exercise.
If you are facing npower shortlisting issues or you want to know how the shortlisting is done you can call or write to npower through the below mediums.
Additionally, applicants are invited to please call the dedicated NASIMS, N-Power helplines on 0188883410 or 08176551162 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for further enquiries on their application status and any other questions they may have. They must ensure that they keep their application details handy to ensure hitch free communication with the call centre desk.
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