Call for Intervention in the ongoing Recruitment Exercise into the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) and the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has been raised by the Federal House of Representatives.
Over 190,000 candidates applied for different cadres advertised for Degree, HND, NCE, OND and SSCE holders in the ongoing recruitment exercise into the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) and the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS).
The first phase of the recruitment exercise is a Computer Based Aptitude Test (CBAT) where the Civil Defence, Federal Fire Service, Immigration and Nigeria Correctional Services Board (CDFIPB) partnered with the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) to conduct.
How many candidates wrote the NSCDC and NIS CBT Exam
The Computer Based Aptitude Test for recruitment into the Nigeria Immigration Service held on the 7th of December 2020 while that of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) took place on the 8th of December 2020 in 126 centers across the 36 states of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory and, out of the 190,000 candidates that applied, only 9,460 candidates were invited for the CBAT.
Reason for Cancelling NSCDC and NIS CBT Test and Result
Only 4.5 percent of Nigerians own a computer and over 95 percent of Nigerians lack access to a computer, thus, several or millions of Nigerians are not computer literate and have no access to computer systems.
The computer-based test only favoured candidates who can operate computers as the Civil Defence, Federal Fire Service, Immigration and Correctional Services Board (CDFIPB) did not consider citizens who may not be skilled in computer operation by providing an alternative for handwritten examinations in order to provide a level playing ground for all candidates who applied; and Cognizant of the provision of Section 14 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 which states that “the Federal Republic of Nigeria shall be a state based on the principles of democracy and social justice.
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