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7 Mindsets of Successful People Which You Must Cultivate

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The population of the world is almost 10 billion. Can you imagine! More than 5 billion people aspire to succeed but only a few achieve success because of the mindset or mentality they have towards success. Do you want to be successful? You want to be the best doctor, engineer, politician…? It’s time you change your mindset about success. A popular quote by Colin Powell says

“No one ever drowns in his sweat. A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat determination and hard work”.

What are you doing now? Is it channeled to the success you’re dreaming of? Success is not a magic, it’s a hard work. However, in this post, I talked about success mindsets successful people have and definitely what you must have to achieve a successful life.

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1. IT DEPENDS ON YOU

Success is not automatic. Success cannot be inherited even if you belong to the richest man on earth. Even God himself cannot make you succeed if you don’t want to succeed. George Lois said

“All growth depends on activity. There is no development physically or intellectually without effort and effort means work”.

The worst thing that can happen to you is to live an idle life waiting for success to emerge. Myles Munroe said

“The worst thing that can to any man is to die with his potential untapped”.

Trapped inside of you is tremendous hidden values waiting to be unleashed. Never take it back to the cemetery. You have potentials and you’re the only one that can release it. When you die with your potentials, you die with your forest and you fail your generation. However, it’s high time you left your comfort zone and rule the world with what you have. Think about how Bill Gates started. He didn’t finish university but today he’s one of the richest. You too can succeed if only you can discover yourself.

2. PEOPLE NEED YOU TO SURVIVE (YOU ARE CREATED TO SOLVE PROBLEMS)

Every individual born on earth has a mission and a problem to solve. People need you to survive and when you don’t succeed, they fail or probably, die. If you become a failure, you have failed your generation. Your purpose on earth is to make an impact. Don’t seize the opportunity to help others.

Had it been that Mark Zuckerberg gave up his pursuit to establish Facebook, so many businesses wouldn’t have existed online. Today, Facebook has more than 1.6 Billion users across the globe. Some bloggers and businessmen depend on Facebook to survive because it’s their major source of income.
Today, More than 1 Billion people cannot get information without Google. Had it been Larry Page and Sergy Brin gave up on Google; there wouldn’t have been the world largest search engine.

Sometimes we never know what we have until we lose it and become poor. Success is all about reaching out to the lives of people with what you have.
Problems arise every day. People create problems every day. But this is a question you must ask yourself

Are my here to create or solve problems?

It is either you create a problem and ruin people’s lives or you solve problems others have created.

3. YOU MUST BE READY TO SPEND

Don’t think that the journey to success is a “free trade area”. Success is not free. You must be willing and ready to spend both your money and your time. You must spend your money to buy books and other materials that can help you to succeed. Time also is very important. The must spend your time on things that are urgent, important and can add value to your life.

The life of Thomas Edison is a good replica. He was able to invest electric bulb because he spent most of his time reading, researching on how to produce an electric bulb.

What of the popular Pat Flynn of SmartPassiveIncome.com who spent time and money building his blog. He’s now one of the richest bloggers in the world
When you spend time and money on your passion, Success will never elude you.

4. KNOW THAT ITS GOING TO BE TOUGH (DON’T BE AFRAID TO FAIL)

Every success-minded person must be sentenced to hard labour. There must be obstacles. The journey to success contains ups and downs that may hinder your acceleration in life. Robert Schuler said

“Tough times never last but tough people do”.

We must be well assured that we must pass through tough times. However don’t be afraid to fail. Failure is never a destination; it’s just an outcome or result. Only cowards make failure a destination. Cowards die many times but the bold go through obstacles determined to succeed.

That you failed in your first attempt doesn’t mean you should give up.
Abraham Lincoln never gave up the pursuit of becoming the US president. He contested many times and failed. He knew that it was just a matter of time

The moment you stop trying is the moment you endow yourself a failure. Make up your mind to survive the quagmires of life. Difficult situations will never last. However, success is a gradual process. Don’t expect a success of a thousand years to come in a day or the time you wanted it.

John C. Maxwell said

“Problems will stop you temporarily, but only you can stop yourself permanently”.

When you meet hurdles and you think that there is no way out, then you have stopped yourself. Failure must come on our way but we shouldn’t allow it to dominate.

That you were not able to pass through a tough time simply means:

You have not worked hard enough; or
You have not spent time on it; or
You Isolated yourself; or
You have not read books; or
You have not met the right friends (connections).

Think about it. If you want to overcome a tough time, you must be ready to fight it.
Remember, mistakes are inevitable. Albert Einstein said

“A person who never makes a mistake is a person who has never tried something new”.

When you fail or make mistakes, it’s just the beginning of your success.

5. YOUR FRIENDS MAY LEAVE BUT KEEP MOVING

Friendship may not be permanent. Sometimes your friends leave you when they feel your dreams are difficult to achieve.

“Big dreams are always tough to achieve”.

Don’t be surprised, the friends you started with may not end up with you.

“Ten friends may not stay together for ten years”.

Even when you graduate from school, you may not see your classmates/course mates again. But don’t stop moving when your friends leave.

Not all the friends that started with Mark Zuckerberg ended up with him. Some left during his tough times, but it never discouraged him. Those who stayed with him are now millionaires.

The same thing happened to Thomas Edison when his fellow scientists quitted after they failed in the first 6000 times to produce an Electric Bulb. They left him, pitied him and tried to discourage him, but he said: “NO, I now know 6000 ways in which you cannot do it”.

Don’t stop moving, there is a brighter day ahead of you.

6. PEOPLE WILL CHALLENGE YOU (YOU MUST FACE COMPETITION)

Don’t rule out competition. Life is like a race where you have to compete with other people (and win) before you will be endowed the champion. People will challenge your ability to prove whether you are strong enough to succeed.
Through competition, you discover your strengths and weaknesses. Through competition, you dig out more treasures that are trapped inside of you. It instills in us the winning attitude – the power of victory and excellence.
However, take the challenge, bear the challenge, win the challenge and dominate your industry. Remember, champions are finishers.

7. PEOPLE WILL HATE YOU

You can’t just stop it. It’s natural that people hate when others succeed. When you become a newsmaker, there will always be noisemakers that will criticize your impact. This is a reason why you don’t need to share your dreams with everybody.

Dream killers will give you every reason why you will fail.
Dream thieves will make your dreams look inferior to you.

In other words, beware! “Dogs” are around you. They don’t like your success.
Now consider this

No position without opposition
You need necessary opposition to take up your necessary position
Only those that have future position will face present opposition.

When you have a powerful vision, you will encounter opposition. The higher you go in life, the more obstacles that come your way.

+ Bonus Tip: SUCCESS IS STUDIOUSNESS

The key to every great life is the ability to learn new things. Successful people are bookworms. They study and learn every day. The more you read, the more you add value to your life and the more you solve problems.

CONCLUSION

Make a research on how successful men achieved their success, the obstacles they faced, and the areas they failed and how they thrived. Compare them with your life and know whether you’re on the right track.
I believe this article has helped you grab the right mindset of success and channel your life towards success. Cheers!

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How to Get a Job in Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC)

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NDDC Recruitment Guide – www.nddc.gov.ng

The Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC was established in 2000 with the mission of facilitating the rapid, even and sustainable development of the Niger Delta into a region that is economically prosperous, socially stable, ecologically regenerative and politically peaceful.

There are a lot of vacancies at the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC). All you have to do now is go through the positions below, see if you are eligible and then apply for the position of your choice.

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Internal Security Assistants

  1. Location(s): South-East (Abia), South-South (Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross River, Delta, Edo), South East (Imo), all in Nigeria.
  2. Specialization: Security / Intelligence
  3. Industry: Government
  4. Job Type: Fulltime

Niger Delta Development Commission is recruiting for full time Internal Security Assistants.

JOB DETAILS

The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) seeks to recruit qualified Internal Security Assistants into its service as follows:

Job Title: Internal Security Assistants (SGL 04)

Academic Requirements

  1. Candidates must possess a minimum of four (4) credits including English Language in the West African School Certificate (WASC) / Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSC) / General Certificate Of Education (O/L) at one sitting or five (5) credits at two sittings.
  2. Must be computer literate.

General Requirements

  1. Candidates applying for the position must not be more than 30 years of age.
  2. Preference will be given to candidates that are familiar with the Niger Delta Terrain.
  3. Qualified Candidates are advised to visit the NDDC website and apply for the positions online.
  4. Possession of security experience for those applying for the position of Security Assistant would be an added advantage.
  5. Candidates are to upload their CVs and certificates.
  6. Applicants will be required to take an online qualifying examination.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  1. MIN REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: 0 year(s)
  2. MIN QUALIFICATION: High School
  3. DESIRED COURSES: Not Specified

Admin Assistant II

  1. Location(s): South-East (Abia), South-South (Akwa ibom, Bayelsa, Cross River, Delta, Edo), South-East (Imo), all in Nigeria.
  2. Specialization: Administration/ Office/ Operations
  3. Industry: Government
  4. Job Type: Full time

Niger Delta Development Commission is recruiting for full time Admin Assistant II.

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JOB DETAILS

The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) seeks to recruit qualified Administrative Assistants into its service as follows:

Job Title: Admin Assistant II (SGL 04)

Academic Requirements

  1. Candidates must possess a minimum of four (4) credits including English Language in the West African School Certificate (WASC) / Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSC) / General Certificate Of Education (O/L) at one sitting or five (5) credits at two sittings.
  2. Must be computer literate.

General Requirements

  1. Canditates applying for the position must not be more than 30 years of age.
  2. Preference will be given to candidates that are familiar with the Niger Delta Terrain.
  3. Qualified Candidates are advised to visit the NDDC website and apply for the positions online.
  4. Posession of security experience for those applying for the position of Security Assistant would be an added advantage.
  5. Candidates are to upload their CVs and certificates.
  6. Applicants will be required to take an online qualifying examination.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  1. MIN REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:0 year(s)
  2. MIN QUALIFICATION:High School
  3. DESIRED COURSES:Not Specified

Training In Home Finishing Skills Programme

  1. Location: Delta State, Nigeria
  2. Specialization: Internship/ Industrial Training
  3. Industry: Government Education Services/ Research
  4. Job Type: Intern

Niger Delta Development Commission is recruiting for intern Training In Home Finishing Skills Programme.

JOB DETAILS

Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) in partnership with Empowerment Support Initiative (ESI) and in furtherance of its mandate on Human Capital Development, have concluded arrangements to train Niger Delta Youths and Women in the capacity below:

Title: Training in Home Finishing Skills Programme

About Home Finishing Skills Programme

The Home Finishing Skills programme is structured to address and fill the yawning gap of skilled craftsmen and craftsmanship in finishing of construction projects, especially homes and offices in Nigeria. This programme therefore seeks to develop and deliver training, under the supervision of world class experts from the UK, for 100 qualified participants, in the first instance.

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The skills training will be in the following occupations:

  1. O. P Ceiling Installation
  2. Screeding
  3. Decoration
  4. Floor Tiling
  5. Electrical Wiring
  6. Carpentry
  7. Plumbing

Aim

To provide an opportunity for young people and artisans to develop improved work skills and knowledge (up-skilling) and to enable participants to significantly improve their chances of gaining long term employment and sustainable business opportunities in their chosen craft.

Proposed Time frame

The training programme is planned to last 4 weeks, with student/participants attending other development activities. The activity is always commence from January to February every yea

Student Cohort

It is anticipated that there will be 100 students per cycle. Students will have some skills, knowledge and competence of the subject matter.

Language

All training, assessment and materials to be in the English language.

Location

Delivery location and training center will be at The Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria. The precise training format will be a mix of practical workshop based teaching of skills and knowledge, coupled with work-simulated competence assessment.

Programme

  1. This programme has been developed by and is the copyright of ESI. It will be based on the requirements taken from relevant UK occupational standards and associated qualifications which will be contextualized to meet the requirements in Nigeria.
  2. Development of the curriculum and supporting materials undertaking scoping and development is by ESI. The original materials will be supplied, plus a limited number of copies for distribution to the funding agencies. All student copies will be printed in country on demand.

Programme Delivery

  1. The programme will be delivered in-country by ESI International Skills Partnership Exchange Programme qualified trades tradesmen/women. Each expert will deliver the programme in total per subject, spread over 4 weeks.
  2. Teaching and assessments will take place in appropriate teaching classrooms/workshops at The Federal Polytechnic, Nekede, Owerri, Imo State. In addition, students will be taught work ready/employability skills as an integrated part of the programme. These skills will better equip students to see long term employment and business opportunities.
  3. This high impact, intensive skills teaching and competence assessed approach will ensure that students will receive the skills and knowledge they require to achieve the required skills standards.

Capacity Building Benefit Package

  1. Through on the job coaching and mentoring, the chosen students will have the opportunity to be invited to the UK to be trained as teachers, learning training skills so that in time, they can run the programme in country without the need for UK trainers on site.
  2. During the initial tranche of activity, a programme of in-country capacity and capability building will be developed. This will be designed to provide top achieving students with an opportunity to become the trainers of the future.

Certification

Certificates will be issued to students upon satisfactory achievement of all the skills assessment criteria.

Qualifications

  1. School Cert, City & Guilds or above in relevant crafts.
  2. Hands-on knowledge of and experience in specific trade/skill is required. Only practicing tradesmen and women will be considered.
  3. Those who have no working experience in above stated skill areas need not apply.
  4. Candidates must hail from the Niger Delta Region.
  5. Age: 18-35

How To Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should visit the NDDC official website and check for more information there on how to apply.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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How to Start a Creche and daycare Service in Nigeria

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Daycare or creche is a school where young children such babies and toddlers and so on who basically cannot take care of themselves without adult supervision are kept during work hours while their parents are busy with the day’s work.

This is a kind of classroom setting where these young children can also play, learn, rest and properly taken care of by their handlers. Keeping them busy till the end of the day where their parents will pick them up.

The Opportunity

The demand for creche and daycare centers is high on demand especially in the urban areas in Nigeria. Quite a lot of mothers have full-time jobs with no chance of handling their child as they work as the child could be a distraction. Therefore they seek daycare centers to keep their children till they close from work. With the increase in birth rate in Nigeria, create opportunities for creche and daycare centers in the community. Most primary schools right now provide the nursery arm for their schools so the parent can keep their child for the time they’ll be at work.

Who is the business for?

This business is for individuals who love children and are great at taking care of them regardless of their attitude. However, the challenging part is, you are always going to need to keep the children safe and away from harm’s way. If you have basic experience in taking care of children may be while you were teaching in a nursery school and any form at all, you can open a daycare center

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Marketing

This business is very easy to start, you can begin from the comfort of your home as your directly approach working-class mothers in your environment, church or any gathering at all, telling them the type of service you render.

If you intend to rent a space, make sure the location is strategic and smoothly accessible by your target clients. After that you can print handbills with colorful design and start sharing with existing clients, telling them to also tell their colleagues at work. As you do that and also offer great service by taking proper care of their children, you will keep getting more customers.

Needed Items

To start up your daycare services, you’ll need the following:

An Apartment

Small Chairs

Small tables

Toys

TV set

VCD player

Bookshelf

Kiddies books and stationery

How much profit can I get from the Creche Business in Nigeria?

Every other business depends on some relative factors but in this service, you charge the parents per child. For example, if you have 20 enrollment, and you charge 5,000 Naira per child, that’s a total of 100,000 Naira in your first month.

Breakdown of earning for the first year  (Estimation)

50 enrollments X N100,000 = N5 million

Running expenses (rent, salary, electricity etc). You can get profit before tax of over 1 million Naira with an investment Return of over 40%

You can continuously run this business for years without any need of visiting the bank for a loan.

8 STEPS TO START A DAYCARE BUSINESS IN NIGERIA

  1. Study about the operations needed for a Daycare business

There’s a need to have an in-depth knowledge of how to run a daycare business. This is beyond having a passion for children. You can have a passion for children and may not have the technical knowledge of responding to children in certain situations. To get this knowledge, you need to study and from materials which are available online and you can also have a discussion with other daycare owners for tips which has been helpful to them.

  1. Have a business plan

If you desire to start a daycare business, you need to map out a strategic plan to guarantee the long-term success of your daycare business. It may look insignificant but writing the business plan will really increase your chances of the business being successful.

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Not only does the business plan keep you organized, but it will also help you stay focused on achieving the set goals and launch your business into a successful one.

  1. Find a location with childcare safety in mind

The next phase is to find a good location. One very important factor that is key to a successful business is to find the right location. For example, any one of wants to sell clothing for winter certainly won’t consider West African countries as a location unless they risk going out of business.

For a winter clothing line, you can open up in countries like Canada, Russia, etc. Therefore if you want to open your daycare business, it is important you choose the right location for good business.

Furthermore, your location should be equipped with the required safety equipment such as fire extinguisher, smoke detector, first aid kit and so on. This will show professionalism and attention towards safeguarding lives and properties.

  1. Select a good name for your daycare business

When you have selected a good location which is hazard free in a safe environment, the next stage is to select a good name for your business.

When selecting a name for your daycare business, you must select a name that is short but creative and child-friendly.

  1. Get a business insurance

Adequate insurance protection is another important requirement when setting up your daycare business. If you’re starting off from your house, you will need theft and fire insurance.

You must also secure yourself legally in case any unforeseen accident occurs such as the death of a child or something tragic.

  1. Equip your daycare center

Provide the necessary items which can make children happy as they play with them such as games, blocks, puzzles, arts and crafts, DVD players, TV, toys and so on. This will make sure the children have fun and feel relax without any worry or without missing their parents while they are at work.

  1. Hire employees for your Daycare Center

You can’t run a proper Daycare center without having experienced and dedicated staff to assist in maintaining the business. Although it’s great to promote your business and invest in marketing without a good team to help maintain the order of things in the business, it could be dead before it already started.

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Therefore seek for experienced and hardworking individuals who also have a passion for taking care of young children. You may also need to interview each applicants to identify the individuals that fits the requirements.

  1. Advertise and promote your daycare center

Tell the world about your business, use the internet, use social media, tell your friends and you might be lucky to get noticed and start having clients. If clients are satisfied with the operations of your business, you might also start getting referrals from them and your business begins to expand in popularity, clients and more funds

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How to Get a Job in National Sugar Development Council (NSDC)

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NSDC Recruitment Guide – http://www.nsdcnigeria.org

The National Sugar Development Council (NSDC) was established by Decree 88 of 1993, now an Act of the National Assembly, Act Cap. No. 78 LFN of 2004, Amended in 2015,to catalyze the development of the sugar industry with a view to ensuring that Nigeria attains at least, 70% self-sufficiency in her sugar requirement within the shortest possible time and even export to earn foreign exchange. The Council therefore serves as the main focal agency responsible for the regulation of all activities in the sugar sub-sector ranging from production, marketing, importation and enforcement of relevant industry standards in collaboration with relevant government agencies.

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The NSDC Act was amended in 2015 to capture and provide legal backing to some of the provisions of the Nigeria Sugar Master Plan (NSMP).  The NSDC (Amended) Act 2015 has been gazette and captured in the Federal Republic of Nigeria Official Gazette Vol. 102 No. 68 of 12th June, 2015.

The establishment of NSDC was informed by the realization of the ineffective and un-coordinated planning and supervision of the sugar sub sector due to absence of a body/agency that could coordinate and monitor sugar development in Nigeria, to enable it contribute to the nation’s industrial and economic development.

The demand for sugar in Nigeria was estimated to have grown from 442,867 metric tonnes from 1995 to about 1,301,494 metric tonnes in 2005 showing an average annual growth rate of 7% while local production accounted for less than 2%, Today demand has risen to about 1.5mmt while local production has  stagnated.  This underdeveloped state of the sugar industry and the low local sugar production has deprived the country of all the benefits derivable from a vibrant sugar sector leaving some unwanted consequences notably, the annual drain on the nation’s foreign exchange earnings, loss of hundreds of thousands of employment opportunities and food insecurity arising from sugar import dependence.

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Given the strategic importance of sugar, it became imperative that the nation’s precarious dependence on sugar be checked particularly since Nigeria has the potentials to become a net exporter of the commodity, if the capacity of the existing sugar plants is enhanced, new plants established and sugarcane out grower farmers encouraged and supported through provision of credit facilities, procurement of necessary inputs and development of basic infrastructure.

In realization of this fact, the National Sugar Development Council (NSDC) developed a road map called the Nigeria Sugar Master Plan (NSMP) for the attainment of self-sufficiency in sugar within 10 years.  The NSMP was approved by the Federal Government in September, 2012 and its implementation commenced on 1st January, 2013.

The approval of the NSMP by Government and its adoption as the strategic road map for the development of the sugar sector was a clear demonstration of government’s commitment to leveraging on agriculture and industrial manufacturing to diversify the Nation’s economy and revenue sources in addition to creating employment opportunities for its citizens.

The Organizational Chart of The National Sugar Development Council (NSDC):

The National Sugar Development Council is a parastatal of the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment and has an autonomous Management headed by the Executive Secretary who is also assisted by five (5) Directors heading various departments.

The Executive Secretary serves as the Secretary/Member of a Governing Board which have representatives of relevant MDA’s, sugar producers, importers and Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) etc. as members.

The Executive Secretary reports also to the Honourable Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment through the Governing Board.

NSDC’s Mandate:

The mandate of the Council amongst others includes:

  1. To articulate policies and programmes that will bring about rapid development of the sugar sector;
  2. To progressively reduce level of sugar importation by increasing local production so as to achieve self-sufficiency;
  3. To encourage greater private sector participation in sugar production while reducing direct government involvement;
  4. To popularize sugar processing technologies as a means of generating employment for skilled and unskilled labour;
  5. To provide an effective and efficient R and D Support that will catalyze developments in the sugar sector.

Vision:

NSDC is committed to making Nigeria a notable player in the global sugar trade through policies and strategies that will harness our abundant natural and material resources to ensure national self-sufficiency in sugar with surplus to export to earn foreign exchange.

Mission:

To accelerate the development and growth of the local sugar industry in order to achieve a target of at least 70 percent self-sufficiency in national sugar requirement as soon as possible.

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NSDC Core Values

The Council has also articulated a set of ideals and Core Values to serve as its organizational driving force towards the attainment of its overall goal. The Core Values are encapsulated in the acronym RIDER which stands for:

  1. R =    Respect
  2. I =    Integrity
  3. D =    Discipline
  4. E =   Excellence
  5. R =   Reliability

Requirements for NSDC Recruitment

Due to the characteristics of the NSDC organization, the organization normally initiates an intensive background investigation on all prospective applicants after they pass their interview process before they are given a conditional offer of any employment.

The investigation includes the following:

  1. A medical examination,
  2. A test for illegal drugs,
  3. All applicants must not older than 35,
  4. Applicant must possess a valid means of identification, Such as a Voters card, driving license or international passport,
  5. Applicants may be required to take an online qualifying examination,
  6. Applicants must be a Nigerian, either by birth or nationalization,
  7. Applicants must provide HND, OND, NCE or B.Sc. degree in any discipline from recognized institutions,
  8. Credit and records checks,
  9. Extensive interviews with former and current colleagues, teachers, business associates, neighbors, friends, etc.,
  10. It’s necessary to provide NECO/WAEC with two sittings (English should be included),
  11. Verification of all employment documents submitted to NSDC by the candidate,
  12. Your willingness to push yourself beyond your comfort zone is your greatest strength.

How to Apply for NSDC Recruitment

If you are an applicant interested and qualified for NSDC Recruitment 2019/2020, please, kindly visit the NSDC official Recruitment portal (http://www.nsdcnigeria.org/vacancy/) to process your application.

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