National Service Scheme, NSS Posting 2021/2022 – How to Check National Service Posting Status – posting.nss.gov.gh
nss.gov.gh posting: The National Service Scheme (NSS) wishes to inform the general public especially applicants that applied for National Service 2021/2022, that they can now check the National Service Posting Online following the below procedures.
The Management of the National Service Scheme (NSS) has today, August 31, 2020, released postings of a total of Eighty-Six Thousand Four Hundred and Seventy-Eight (86,478) eligible graduates from accredited tertiary institutions and private registrants who enrolled for the 2020/2021 national service, to various user agencies across Ghana.
HOW TO CHECK NATIONAL SERVICE POSTING – portal.nss.gov.gh/check-posting
To Check your National Service Posting Status, follow the leads below to access the list;
- Go to the National Service Posting Portal via https://portal.nss.gov.gh/check-posting
- Enter your NSS Number (e.g. NSSGCC100105) in the required box
- Finally, Click on the Submit button and wait for the pop-up window to open with your Posting Information.
- All newly posted Candidates should follow this step (Steps to Take After NSS Posting).
Registration and validation would begin at all centres across the country from Monday, December 21, 2020.
Management wishes to emphasize that it will not encourage change of postings; and therefore, urges all service personnel posted to accept their placements and consider it as part of their contributions towards the socio-economic development of the nation.
Congrats to all successfully posted candidates.
Note: If you get the message ‘Your NSS Number may be incorrect or you have not been posted yet. Please kindly check it and try again’ when checking your NSS Posting, don’t panic, just check it back again another time because your posting will be updated soon.
2020 NSS Posting Statistics:
The breakdown of the assignment of personnel to the various regions are as follows:
33,798 service persons had been posted to user agencies in the Greater Accra Region, while the Ashanti Region had 15,135 service persons.
The Northern Region followed with 7,604, with the Eastern, Central and Western regions settling on 6,105; 5,430 and 4,989, respectively.
The Bono, Volta and Upper East regions had 2,787; 2,423 and 1,995, respectively, while Upper West, Western North and Bono East had 1,648; 1,482 and 1,482 service persons, respectively.
The Ahafo Region had 1,051, while the Oti, Savannah and North East regions had 285; 146 and 118, respectively.
For more information and inquiries, you can contact the National Service Scheme (NSS) by visiting the official website via http://nss.gov.gh or [email protected], +233-302-772714, +233-302-772714, 6 Patrice Lumumba Road, Airport Residential Area, Accra.