Nigerian Navy Shortlisted Candidates 2024/2025 (Batch 36 List Is Out)

Congratulations to the candidates who passed the Nigerian Navy Basic Training School (NNBTS) Batch 36 Recruitment Examination held on February 17, 2024, and made it onto the Nigerian Navy Shortlist.

Shortlisted candidates are invited to attend interviews, which are scheduled in two batches:

  • Batch A: March 30 to April 8, 2024
  • Batch B: April 10 to 20, 2024

Interview Locations

Depending on your region, here are the designated interview locations:

  • North East and North West: Nigerian Defence Academy Old Site
  • North Central and South West: Nigerian Navy Secondary School Ojo, Lagos
  • South East and South South: Nigerian Navy Secondary School Borokiri, Port Harcourt

Please ensure you attend the interview at your specified location.

Instructions for Nigerian Navy Shortlisted Candidates Batch 36 Interview

The interviews will be held at various centers from March 30 to April 20, 2024. Candidates will go through screening/verification of credentials, medical and physical evaluations, and a written test. Shortlisted candidates must bring the following items:

  • A printout of their duly signed application forms.
  • Originals and photocopies of their credentials.
  • Originals and photocopies of valid Driver’s Licence (Category H only).
  • Original and photocopy of State of Origin/LGA certificate.
  • National Identity Card/Acknowledgment Slip.
  • Writing materials.
  • Two pairs of navy blue shorts and two white (unmarked) T-shirts.
  • A pair of canvas/trainer shoes and stockings.
  • Bed sheets and pillowcases.
  • Set of cutlery.
  • Four recent passport-sized photographs (30X30mm) on a white background.
  • Personal toiletries (bathing and washing soaps, toothpaste, brush, etc.).

Individual Interview Process

Candidates will be interviewed individually. Failure to meet any criteria during the interview may result in the termination of their candidature at any stage.

Important Notices

  • False Information: Providing fake or incorrect information at any stage will lead to disqualification and possible prosecution by the Nigeria Police Force.
  • Medical History: Failing to provide accurate medical history information will result in automatic withdrawal from training and dismissal, even if already in service.
  • Screening Attendance: Candidates must report to the specified center for their State of Origin on the scheduled date for their batch. Missing this will result in forfeiture of candidature.
  • BVN: Candidates must bring a copy of their Bank Verification Number (BVN).
  • Forgery: Candidates found with forged documents will be arrested and prosecuted.
  • Impersonation: Impostors will be arrested and prosecuted.

All candidates must strictly adhere to these instructions to ensure a smooth and successful interview process. Non-compliance with any of the above requirements may result in disqualification.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the Nigerian Navy Shortlisted Candidates List?
A: The Nigerian Navy Shortlisted Candidates List is a list of candidates who have been selected to proceed to the next stage of the Nigerian Navy recruitment process.

Q: What is Batch 36 List?
A: Batch 36 List refers to the 36th batch of shortlisted candidates for the Nigerian Navy recruitment exercise.

Q: How do I check if I’m on the shortlisted candidates list?
A: You can check the Nigerian Navy official website or visit the Nigerian Navy recruitment portal to check if you’re on the shortlisted candidates list.

Q: What are the requirements for the Nigerian Navy recruitment?
A: The requirements include:
* Being a Nigerian citizen
* Being between 18 and 30 years old (except for medical consultants who can be up to 40 years old)
* Having a minimum of 5 credits in SSCE (including English and Mathematics)
* Having a valid certificate of medical fitness
* Meeting the specified height and physical fitness standards

Q: What is the next stage of the recruitment process after being shortlisted?
A: The next stage is usually an interview or screening exercise, which may include a written test, physical fitness test, and medical examination.

Q: When will the shortlisted candidates be invited for the next stage?
A: The Nigerian Navy will contact shortlisted candidates via email or SMS with details of the next stage, including the date, time, and location.

Q: Can I apply for the Nigerian Navy recruitment if I’m already a serving member of the military?
A: No, serving members of the military are not eligible to apply for the Nigerian Navy recruitment.

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Q: How can I get more information about the Nigerian Navy recruitment?
A: You can visit the Nigerian Navy official website or contact the Nigerian Navy recruitment support team for more information.

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