“Hold on with registration if you were posted to an Educational Institution” – NSS

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prospective service personnel for the 2020/2021 service year who were posted to education institutions have been asked to hold on with their registration and validation.

These persons are to hold on until schools officially re-open.

This was indicated in a statement released by the National Service Scheme whilst announcing that 86,478 prospective service persons to user agencies across the country for the 2020/2021 service year.

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The Scheme says that the “special arrangement is being implemented in response to the COVID-19 pandemic directives and is intended to prevent large gatherings of national service personnel at registration centres.”

Meanwhile, all others can “log onto the Scheme’s website to check their placements and then proceed to the various user agencies to endorse their appointment letters before they book appointments online for registration and validation at designated centres in the regions.”

Registration and validation will begin at all centres from Thursday, September 3, 2020.

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NSS also announced in the statement that the 2020/2021 service year commences on Monday, September 7, 2020.

Prospective NSS personnel for this year have been discouraged from changing their postings.

“Management wishes to emphasize that it will not encourage a change of postings;’ and therefore, urges all service personnel posted to accept their placements and consider it as part of their contributions towards the socio-economic development of the nation,” the release added.

 

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