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Batch C Npower 2020 Form: UPDATED Things to Know Before Applying

Npower application for the Batch C intending beneficiaries had commenced (starting June 26). Below are answers to certain concerns of the prospective applicants. 

1. How many new Npower beneficiaries will be employed in the Batch C intake?

The support team has announced that the Federal Government will be taking in another set of 400,000 applicants for the Batch C Npower.

2. What are the requirements to apply for Npower Batch C?

There are four things to be qualified for the application:
  1. Have your BVN ready
  2. Age required is 18 - 35
  3. Have your academic certificates and credentials ready.
  4. A functioning email and phone number will be needed

3. Can I apply for Npower as a government worker or working elsewhere?

Npower has actually warned you no to apply if you're already working elsewhere. Accordingly, Be Sure you are not an existing employee in any organization. Read more here

4. Can an old or disengaged Npower member apply again?

Of course no. Npower has warned equally that ex-members of the scheme shouldn't apply for any of the future intakes. Hence, beneficiaries of Batch A and B are not allowed to apply again.

5. As an old Npower, are we still going to be paid our backlogs and given devices?

Npower support team has earlier promised to get back regards the device and the unpaid backlogs

To our Batch A and Batch B beneficiaries,
We have seen your questions on the exit plan, backlogs and devices.
In the following days, these issues will be addressed individually. Please stay tuned to our social media pages for updates.

6. Where to Apply for the New Npower?

Application is online and form can be filled at https://npower.fmhds.gov.ng/site/ More on this here.

7. Can I use the National ID Card or Voter's Card instead of BVN?

No. The main reason your BVN will be required is to ensure your data tally across the board and for stipend payment.

8. When is the new application portal opening?

As promised by the support team, June 26, 2020. Subscribe to this portal for possible extension. That is the date. To be precise, 11.45pm, 26th June is when the portal will reopen for registration.

Remember that the design of the program has been altered for greater efficiency. Stay tuned to our VERIFIED social media handles for details.

9. Is the new application for only graduates?

The Batch C application will accommodate both Graduates and Non-graduates. In other words, the non-graduates include SSCE holders e.g WAEC, NECO, GCE, NABTEB, etc.

10. Can the past or existing N-Build beneficiaries apply?

No. It is not open to anyone who has been an N-Power beneficiary in any form.

11. What the categories opened for Npower Batch C?

There are four categories prospective applicants can ick during the registration.
  • N-Agro - 6 months (MSC, Bsc, HND, ND, NCE or SSCE)
  • N-Teach - 12 months (MSC, Bsc, HND, ND, and NCE)
  • N-Health - 12 months (MSC, Bsc, HND, ND, and NCE)
  • N-Build, Tech, and Creative - 6 months (MSC, Bsc, HND, ND, NCE or SSCE)

12. When will Npower 2020 application close?

No closing date for now. The portal remains open until further notice. You can bookmark this post and revisit for the closing date when announced.

13. Can I re-apply or happily twice if I make mistakes?

No.

Npower has instructed applicants to read the instructions very well be filling the form. If you submit twice, it's a double application that may nullify the two.

14. I applied before 11.45pm on June 26, 2020. I later heard I shouldn't have. What's my fate?

Npower has said entries before 11.45pm of that day are void. You may be lucky eventually.

15. Can I continue registration without an email confirmation message?

Yes, you can. You will still be able to apply without email confirmation.

16. I can't get the email confirmation, can I register again?

No. Kindly wait as the email message will be delivered soon. You should also check your email SPAM as well.

17. Can I apply with O'level results - WAEC, NECO, NABTEB, etc?

Yes, someone will SSCE result can apply for N-Agro, N-Tech, N-Build, or N-creative?

18. Can a serving Corper apply for Npower?

Yes, you can. There is an option to choose between NYSC completed or in progress within the form. You can make your choice there.

19. Npower Website Not Opening, what can I do?

Check back. Some problems are due to congestion and the support team is working on it. Pages should respond with time. Relax as no closing date has been announced. Hence, we should have more time.

20. Can NCE holders apply for Npower?

Yes. An NCE holder is recognized as a graduate. He can apply for any of the categories available. However, he is more qualified for N-Teach.

21. Is it true that the Npower website has been hacked and BVN being exposed?

No. There is nothing like that. No official reports and authentic evidence for these reports. People are only trying to discourage you from applying so that competition will not be too much. As a result, they can be favored with the list.

It's possible to fill the form on the wrong website. This is why you don't have to be taking links from Facebook or Whatsapp Group chats. This is the official website https://npower.fmhds.gov.ng/site/

22. Any official Npower helpline to call?

Yes, you can check for several means to contact the Npower support team here. Or call any of these numbers too: 0906000045, 09060000446

23. While attempting to upload credentials for the Npower application, I received the error, "invalid credentials". Why?

Be sure you scan your documents make sure they're in .jpeg format or file. Be also sure that you upload the right document for each space.

24. What are the stages involved in the Npower?

Stage 1: Application, Stage 2: Shortlisting, Stage 3: Screening, Stage 4: Pass, Stage 5: #30,000 per month.

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2 comments:

  1. Can someone apply if he/she don't have any result but am above 18

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    1. Actually No. However, there is options for people who didn't go to school or those with SSCE, JSS 3, Primary 6.

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