Nigerian Custom Service Shortlisted Candidates July 2024 Updates

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Learn about the Nigerian Customs Service Recruitment Screening Process: From document verification to computer-based tests (CBT) and final selection criteria. Stay informed for your application success.

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The Nigerian Customs Service has released the final PDF list for the 2024/2025 recruitment. This list includes successful candidates for different Cadres: Console 08, Console 06, Console 04, and Console 03.

You can find the list on the NCS official website: https://customs.gov.ng/. It shows the names of candidates selected for screening based on merit.

If you applied through the NCS official website, check the list to see if your name is included. The PDF contains both the main shortlist and a supplementary list.

The website also has dates for screening and training centers. Make sure to check it for detailed information.

Documents Required

Those who have been selected for these activities need to go to the approved centers of the Nigerian Customs Service.

They must bring both the original and photocopies of the following documents and items:

All academic certificates, including :

  • testimonials (like First School Leaving Certificate)
  • NYSC discharge or valid Exemption Certificate
  • WASSCE, NECO, or GCE scratch card
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Higher National Diploma
  • Ordinary National Diploma, or any other professional certificates.

For males: one white short knicker vest, one pair of brown trousers, and white canvas shoes.

For females: one pair of brown trousers, a white vest, and white canvas shoes.

  • Two passport-sized photographs.
  • Certificate of birth or declaration of age (original and photocopy).
  • Printout of the online submission form.
  • Valid means of identification (such as National ID card, Driver’s license, International Passport, or Voter’s card).

How to Check

  • Applicants who applied on the NCS official website should check their email for notifications regarding their screening, training, and CBT test dates and centers.
  • The Nigerian Customs Service has finished compiling previous shortlists. They are currently processing the 2024/2025 shortlisted candidates and have not yet published the names.
  • The list of 2024 recruitment exercise applicants will be available on the NCS official website after the completion of recruitment activities.

To check if you have been shortlisted:

Keep checking your email and the Nigerian Customs Service website regularly for updates on your screening, training, and computer-based test (CBT) schedules and venues.

Screening Process

Notification: Shortlisted candidates receive notifications via email or check the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) official website for their screening details.

Document Verification: Candidates report to designated centers with original and photocopies of academic credentials, birth certificate or declaration of age, online submission form printout, and valid identification.

Physical Examination: Candidates undergo a physical examination where they may be required to present a white short knicker vest (for males) or specific attire as specified.

Behavioral Assessment: Candidates are assessed on their conduct and adherence to NCS rules and instructions during the screening process.

Computer-Based Test (CBT): Qualified candidates proceed to take a computer-based test (CBT) to assess their knowledge and skills relevant to the position applied for.

Interviews: Shortlisted candidates may undergo interviews to further evaluate their suitability for the role.

Final Selection: Successful candidates are selected based on their performance throughout the screening process.

Notification of Results: Successful candidates are notified of their selection and provided with further instructions regarding training and deployment.

Training: Candidates undergo training to prepare them for their roles within the Nigerian Customs Service.

Deployment: Finally, candidates who successfully complete training are deployed to their assigned duties within the NCS.

Throughout the screening process, candidates are expected to maintain good conduct, adhere to instructions, and follow guidelines set by the Nigerian Customs Service. Violation of rules or misconduct may lead to disqualification from the recruitment process.

Important Note

Shortlisted candidates must follow Nigerian Customs Service instructions during screening, maintain good conduct, and uphold discipline throughout screening, training, and CBT tests.

Breaking camp rules or instructions during these activities will lead to disqualification and eviction from the screening process.

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