The Ghana national service scheme has release the postings for 2016. But students are facing problems to access it due to truncated lines. PRESS RELEASE
NSS RELEASES FIRST BATCH OF 2015/2016
NATIONAL SERVICE POSTINGS
Accra, Ghana – Thursday, June 25, 2015: The
Management of the National Service Scheme says it has
released the first batch of placements for 53,604 national
service personnel for 2015/2016 service year as part of
reforms of its general operations.
According to a statement signed by the Acting
Executive Director, Dr. Michael Kpessa-Whyte, the service
personnel have been deployed into various service modules
including Educational Support, Agribusiness, Urban Traffic
Management, Urban Sanitation Management, Community
Health, Rural Development, Private Sector Support, and
General Administration in the various Metropolitan,
Municipal, and District Assemblies, and other User Agencies
across the country.
The statement noted that the modules have been
developed in line with the Scheme’s objectives to meet the
developmental and manpower needs of the country. It
therefore called on prospective national service personnel to
log onto http://www.nss.gov.gh to check their placements.
The statement further emphasized that Management
will not encourage change of postings and therefore urged
all prospective national service personnel to be prepared to
accept their placements as part of their contributions
towards building a prosperous nation.
It could be recalled that the Scheme announced early
release of placements to afford national service personnel
enough time to prepare and take up their placements in
September, 2015.
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