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Nigerian Airforce Recruitment (2020/2021): Airmen and Women Application Guidelines

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APPLICATION FOR NIGERIAN AIR FORCE AIRMEN/AIRWOMEN RECRUITMENT EXERCISE (BMTC 2020)

This
is to inform the general public that the recruitment application form
into the Nigerian Airforce is now opened to all interested applicants.
The exercise is meant to take up QUALIFIED men and women into the
force through the Airmen and Airwomen recruitment. 

Nigerian Airforce Background

The
Nigerian Air Force is the air arm of the Nigerian Armed Forces. It is
one of the largest in Africa, consisting of about 10,000 personnel and
aircraft including 12 Chinese Chengdu F-7s, and 11 Dassault-Dornier
Alpha Jets, 12 Embraer EMB 314 Super Tucano, armed helicopters, and military transport aircraft.

Recruitment Entry Requirements and Eligibility

  1. Applicants must be a Nigerian citizen by birth.
  2. Applicants must not be less than 1.66m tall for male and not less than 1.63m tall for female.
  3.  Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 22 years by 30 June 2021 for non-tradesmen/women, 18 and 25 years by 30 June 2021 for tradesmen/women. Those applying as Assistant Chaplains/Assistant Imams and Drivers must be between the ages of 18 and 28 years by 30 June 2021.
  4. Applicants must
    possess a minimum of 2 passes with a credit in English in
    SSCE/NECO/GCE/NABTEB and must possess at least a lower credit in ND/NCE
    or any relevant trade certificates from reputable and approved
    government institutions/organizations.
  5. Drivers must possess a minimum of 2 passes with a credit in English and trade test certificate.
  6. Applicants
    applying as sportsmen/women are to present evidence of their professional experience which will include certificates and medals.

Important Notice

  1. Online Registration Starts on July 24, 2020 and closes on August 21, 2020.
  2. Zonal Recruitment Exercise dates will be announced later.
  3. NAF online Registration and all other recruitment processes are free of charge and no payment should be made.
  4. The
    Attestation Form must be accompanied by the passport photograph and photocopy of the signees&-8217; driver&-8217;s license or international passport.  The signee is also to authenticate the passport photograph of the applicant behind.
  5. For further information see the instruction page on the
    website or call the following technical support
    lines from 0930am to 0530pm Monday to Friday: 09064432351, 08043440802
    and 09055840142 or Email: [email protected]
  6. All phone lines are available Monday – Friday between 8:30AM and 5:30PM. 

Method of Application into Nigerian Airforce

    1. Interested applicants are to apply free of charge online at https://nafrecruitment.airforce.mil.ng/
    2. Applicants are to apply once, multiple online application will be disqualified.
    3. Applicants are to print out the under listed documents after completion of an application online:
    • Local Government Indigeneship Form.
    • Attestation Form to be signed by a Military officer or Local Government Chairman.
    • Parent/Guardian Consent Form.
    • Acknowledgment Form.

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        Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) Freshers Registration Procedures

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        Candidates who made Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife their first choice and took part in the Obafemi Awolowo University Post UTME screening exercise are advised to check their names from the list of candidates admitted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on the Obafemi Awolowo University Website and follow the procedures for registration as laid out.


        Confirmation of admission on the OAU website shall commence with the payment of non-refundable acceptance fee of N20,000.00 (fresh students only) starting form 18th February, 2019 ending 28th February, 2019. Failure to do so may lead to forfeiture of admission offer.

        How to Log in to Begin Registration

        Candidates are required to log on to University eportal (eportal.oauife.edu.ng) using their Matric/UTME Number to select payment activity and then choose the Type of Payment (Acceptance, Main Charges, Accommodation) and indicate Mode of Payment (Bank Branch)

        Available Modes of Payment 

        Transfer/Master Card i.e. ATM) in order to link the payment to REMITA. If Bank Branch is selected, download RRR (Remita Retrieval Reference) and use it to pay by cash in any BANK OF YOUR CHOICE that accepts cash payment to REMITA. If either TRANSFER or MASTER CARD is chosen, supply the additional information to effect the payment. Please, note that you can access the University e-portal from anywhere to effect your payment in any branch of the Banks nearest to you effective 18th February, 2019.

        Schedule of School Fee Payment and Tuition Price

        The schedule of the charges for the session is as detailed below:
        2018/2019 MISCELLANEOUS/DEPARTMENTAL CHARGES FOR FRESH UNDERGRADUATE, DIPLOMA AND DIRECT ENTRY STUDENTS


        FACULTY/PROGRAMME
        CHARGES
        PER SESSION
        LAW/ARTS/SOCIAL
        N20,100
        Per Session
        SCIENCES/ADMIN/EDU.ARTS
        LAW/ARTS/SOCIAL
        N20,100
        Per Session
        SCIENCES/ADMIN/EDU.ARTS
        (Extra
        Semester
        Rain/Harmattan)
        SCIENCE/EDM/EDUC.
        N28,100
        Per Session
        SCIENCE/TECH/AGRIC
        SCIENCE/EDM/EDUC.
        N28,100
        Per Session
        SCIENCE/TECH/AGRIC
        (Extra Semester
        Rain/Harmattan)
        BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE, CLINICAL
        N31,100
        Per Session
        SCIENCE,
        DENTISTRY/PHARMACY
        BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE, CLINICAL
        N31,100
        Per Session
        SCIENCE,
        DENTISTRY/PHARMACY
        (Extra Semester Rain/Harmattan)
        LATE REGISTRATION FOR COURSES
        N2,000.00
        ACCOMODATION (RETURNING
        N2,590.00
        Per Session
        STUDENT)

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        i.
        Faculty of Administration, (Diploma in Local
        Returning Students
        N55,300.00
        Government
        Studies)
        ii.
        Faculty of Administration, (Diploma in Local
        Extra
        Semester
        N54,050.00
        Government Studies)
        (Rain/Harmattan)

        • TISHIP (Tertiary Institutions Students Health Insurance Prog.)    &-8211;    2,000.00
        • Students’ Welfare Insurance Scheme    &-8211;    1,000.00

        All payments must be made on or before 9th March, 2019     

        • Accommodation: (Freshmen will be provided accommodation on first come first served basis) N3, 090.00

        OTHER REQUIREMENTS FOR 2018/2019 REGISTRATION OF FRESHMEN
        Candidates who have been offered admission should upload their credentials including Birth Certificate/Sworn Declaration of Age. Each candidate will be required to submit his/her Registration Certificate Form, as downloaded, to the Faculty Secretary. They will also be required to present the print- out of the certificate form for further screening on resumption.


        SCREENING OF FRESH STUDENTS
        All screenings are to be done on-line. All freshmen are expected to complete their screenings before they come to campus on March 9, 2019 when the 2018/2019 session will commence.


        PROCEDURE FOR ACCESSING THE EPORTAL

        1. Log on to the University eportal using your Registration Number and the Password you used last on the portal.
        2. Upload your scanned School Certificate Result(s) latest by 7th March, 2019.
        3. Complete the following forms correctly on the ePortal.
        • CERTIFICATE FORM (for not more than two sittings)
        • BIO-DATA
        • COURSE REGISTRATION FORM
        • BED SPACE CLEARANCE FORM (Optional)

        The Course Registration Form will only be available upon:

        1. Successful filling of forms above.
        2. Payment of appropriate Charges at the banks.

        Please note that only 2000 spaces are available for each of the Special Electives except SER 001 and LIB 001, which are compulsory for all Fresh Students.


        Problems, if any, will be addressed on-line using any of the following options:

        Apply for NIMASA World Maritime Day Essay Competition 2019: Procedures, Entry Requirements, Prizes etc

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        NIGERIAN MARITIME ADMINISTRATION AND SAFETY AGENCY (NIMASA) WORLD MARITIME DAY ESSAY COMPETITION 2019.

        The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) &-8211; The apex body for the development, regulation and administration of the maritime sector in Nigeria, with a mission to achieve safe, secure shipping, cleaner oceans and enhanced maritime capacity in line with the best global practices towards Nigeria’s economic development.

        The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) is organizing an Essay Competition to commemorate the World Maritime Day and to create awareness of the tremendous potential and opportunities in the Maritime Sector in Nigeria and indeed Worldwide.

        The World Maritime Day is formally celebrated by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and by Member States and other entities throughout the world.

        2019 World Maritime Day Essay Competition

        Topic for the Essay Competition

        &-8220;IMO 70: Our Heritage &-8211; Better Shipping for a Better Future&-8221;, in Line with the theme For the current celebration of the World Maritime Day.

        Participants/Requirements

        1. Year 1 and 2 Students in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria.
        2. Participants must note that they are required to scan proof of being bona Fide students alongside their essays.
        3. Proof will include Letters of Admission & Identity Cards of the Institution.

        Recommended: USD $2,500 Western Union Foundation GLOBAL Scholarships for Admission Seekers and Newly Admitted

          Prizes & Awards

          1. 1st: N500,000 Education Grant plus a Laptop & a plaque + Publication of the winning essay in NIMASA’s magazine, The VOYAGE & the NIMASA website.
          2. 2nd: N350,000 Education Grant plus a Laptop & a plaque
          3. 3rd: N250,000 Education Grant plus a laptop & a plaque
          4. Seven (7) Consolation Awards of: N100,000 Education Grant each

            Presentation Of Prizes & Awards

            Winners will be notified by 15th March, 2019 and will be presented their prizes and awards thereafter.

            Application Closing Date

            25th February, 2019.

            Method of Application and Entry

            Interested and qualified applicants should send their Essays to: [email protected] and [email protected]

            Important Notice ans Warnings

            • The topic for the essay competition should be the subject matter
            • Essays should be a maximum of 1,200 words [+ or &-8211; 10%] double spaced in Ms word and font size 12
            • No collaboration or joint work is allowed
            • No plagiarism, in whole or part, will be acceptable
            • Essays should end with the name, telephone number and email address of the participant
            • Essays that do not Follow the guidelines will be disregarded
            • Only successful participants wilt be contacted.
            • No essay will be accepted outside the closing date the competition

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                UNN Inter University Transfer (2019/2020) Form: How to Apply

                UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA APPLICATION FOR INTER-UNIVERSITY TRANSFER – 2019/2020 ACADEMIC SESSION

                You&-8217;re on the right page if you want to know if UNN admission form for transfer students is out. The post will also detail procedures of application, the price for the form and more.

                If you want to know more about inter universities admission form, read,  &-8220;Transfer Admissions into Universities in Nigeria: Requirements, Process and Other Things&-8220;.

                University of Nigeria (UNN) Admission by Transfer

                • Candidates applying for transfer admission into the University of Nigeria will be required among other things:
                • To purchase and complete the prescribed Application Form obtainable from the office of the Registrar (Admissions) University of Nigeria, Nsukka;
                • To hold the minimum entry qualifications for admission into the University of Nigeria and Departmental entry requirements, prior to entry into the University from where they are seeking transfer;
                • To be prepared to continue with the same courses as they were pursuing in the University from where they are seeking transfer;
                • To have made normally a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.75.
                • Students expelled or suspended from their Universities for acts of misconduct are not eligible for admission into the University of Nigeria. In addition to the minimum entry requirements outlined in Entrance Examination and Direct Entry, candidates must also satisfy such Faculty/Departmental entry requirements set out for the Faculty/Department concerned.
                • Advert For Inter-University Transfer For 2019/2020 Academic Session

                Guidelines for UNN Inter-University Transfer Application

                  • Transfer students shall possess the minimum University of Nigeria and Departmental entry requirements prior to entry into the University from where they are seeking a transfer.
                  • Transfer students shall make a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.95 on a 5.00 point scale to qualify for consideration and should not have spent more than two (2) academic sessions in his or her former University.
                  • The number of students offered admission by transfer shall not exceed 4% of the departmental admission quota in any year.
                  • The application should be accompanied by the student’s transcript. University of Nigeria official(s) would be sent to the University from where the transfer is being sought for verification of the transcript or on-line verification as the case may be.
                  • If at any stage irregularity is discovered in the papers presented by the student(s), such student(s) shall be withdrawn from the University.
                  • Disciplinary action shall be taken against any officer of the University found colluding with or circumventing the process of the transfer.
                  • A transfer student is required to possess a JAMB score which is not less than the minimum score of UNN students admitted into his department in his admission year.
                  • He must transfer into the same course as he studied in his University.
                  • A transfer student must not be admitted beyond second (2nd) year for all programmes in the University.
                  • A transfer student must be a current student of the University from which he seeks a transfer.
                  • All applications for inter-University transfer for the 2019/2020 academic session should be received on or before (date to be updated)
                  • All recommendations for admission by transfer from Faculty shall be submitted to the Admissions Office for collation and presentation to Senate Entrance Board for consideration.

                  UNN Inter-University Transfer Application Procedures and Payment 

                    1. Visit the University of Nigeria website (www.unn.edu.ng) or the admission portal , log in your Telephone Number to generate and download a unique Payment Invoice for Application Processing Fee. Pay the application fee of N195,000.00 (one hundred and ninety-five thousand naira) through Remita payment platform at any Commercial Bank.  You are to generate a payment invoice which contains a Remita number; the invoice print out will enable you to make your payment at the bank.
                    2. Visit the University of Nigeria website or portal (www.unn.edu.ng or unnportal.edu.ng) again and log in your Telephone and Invoice Numbers, and then complete the Inter-University Transfer Form online.
                    3. Print the form and forward to your current University Registrar for completion of the last page to confirm release from your current University. The release form should be forwarded to the Registrar, University of Nigeria, Nsukka by your current Registrar.
                    4. Candidates should note that any form which is not completed online will not be processed
                    5. Online application commences on  (date to be updated) and ends on  (date to be updated).

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                      UTME/DE: A Compulsory Requirement to Gain Admission to Nigerian Tertiary Institutions

                      UNDERSTANDING UTME AND DE, REQUIREMENTS AND ITS IMPORTANCE TO ADMISSION PROCESSES
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                      UNDERSTANDING UTME AND DE REQUIREMENTS AND THEIR IMPORTANCES FOR ADMISSION

                      This post must be read by both candidates seeking admissions through UTME and candidates seeking admissions through DE (Direct Entry form).

                      You start hearing about UTME sometimes when you are in senior class one. This is very usual. It’s because you’re also on your way to seeking admission. You won’t gain achieve this without UTME – except you find other non-UTME means. or you consider IJMB, JUPEB and Cambridge A’level.

                      What is UTME? 

                      UTME means Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination. The exams body in charge is the Joint Admission and Matriculation Examination Board (JAMB).

                      This body conducts yearly exams for admission seekers (who had completed their senior schools) usually between February and April every year.

                      It’s important to note that the sales of forms and registration for these exams start yearly between Octobers to Februarys.

                      See: JAMB Brochure: Updated Subject Combination for All Courses

                      Approach Used By JAMB for her Exams

                      To partake in the exams, an admission seeker must obtain the form and register it at any of the accredited CBT centers in the country and outside.

                      Note that, this exam holds usually outside Nigeria in countries including Accra (Ghana), Johannesburg (South Africa), Cameroon, Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), Ivory Coast, London (UK) and Cotonou (Benin Republic).

                      In other words, you can obtain the form, register it and write your exams in those countries.

                      UTME is a Computer Based Test

                      JAMB introduced a computer-based approach for exams some years ago. Since then, the body and admission seekers had got used to the method.

                      After the registration, you will be scheduled for the exams. Applicants are scheduled to write their tests on specific dates, times and CBT centres.

                      Students are expected to select four relevant subjects (to their desired courses) during the registration. These subjects must align with your course. You’ll be tested in the exams based on the subject combination you’d earlier chosen.

                      ReadTrue Nature of Post UTME and Subject Combination

                      During the exams, your English questions will be 80 in number. The other three subjects will be 40 each. The body may set lesser questions than this if they deem fit. The total mark for UTME is 400. This is derived from your performance in the four subjects attempted.

                      JAMB reserves the right to how the calculation is done. The well-known method the body used to set questions and award marks was well discussed in &-8220;How JAMB Sets and Marks UTME&-8220;

                      See: JAMB Speaks on Sales of the next UTME Form. Latest Update

                      Differences Between UTME and Direct Entry

                      Don&-8217;t be confused. Most times, candidates mistake UTME for Direct Entry. Some think Direct Entry is a process through which you gain admission to school without JAMB. Or in other words, they believe schools can just give you admission without JAMB involvement. Nope!

                      Let me break this down for you.

                      JAMB is the only exams body in charge of UTME and DE (Direct Entry). UTME is the exams you must write and pass before you can be given admission to 100 level of your proposed course. Candidates that take UTME are usually SSCE holders or secondary school leavers.

                      Direct Entry candidates equally obtain JAMB form but never write exams. Their own form is called DE form. These candidates are not only SSCE holders, but they had also equally completed their IJMB, JUPEB or any other A&-8217;level course. A DE applicant can also be a holder of National Diploma (ND), NCE, HND, BSC from any school.

                      DE applicants seek admission to 200 level of their previous course or a related one. And if admitted, will start from 200 level.

                      After UTME/DE, What Next?

                      Results are usually released within weeks of your exams. Some students with issues including technical itches may be recalled for the mop-up test. With the mop-up test, JAMB is able to allow every candidate to participate in the test without bias.

                      The next thing after results are released is for JAMB to hold stakeholders meeting. At this meeting, the body, ministry of education and other members of education sector come together and finalize on certain terms including and most especially the cut-off marks to be used and other modalities for the year admission exercise.

                      After this, the cut-off mark is declared and schools are to start selling their post UTME and/or admission screening forms.

                      You’re to obtain your proposed institution’s admission screening or post UTME form, partake in the test or screening and await admission list.

                      Do Change of Institutions and Courses

                      Before now, during and after you’ve been given admission, you can do the change of institution/course on the JAMB portal.

                      This will allow you to consider other schools if the schools already chosen can&-8217;t give you admission based on your performance in UTME or post UTME.

                      You’ll also be allowed to do the change of courses. Details of this are well covered in the post, “10 Things to Know About JAMB Change of Data, Institutions and Courses&-8220;.

                      You should also consider reading, “JAMB Change of Institutions and Courses: Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges You Can Consider” That post will be a perfect guide for those who score lower in their UTME and yet want to be on campus this year.

                      JAMB Takes Over Admission Processes and Gives Candidates Spaces

                      With CAPs, JAMB is more in charge of admission than schools.

                      CAPs is Central Admission Processing System. This system helps the body to restrict schools authority to solely decide your admission fate. They must be aware of the modalities a school follows in order to offer admissions. See how JAMB and schools will admit this year.

                      With this, they are able to confirm if the student truly merits the space.

                      As admission exercise for the year continues, admission seekers are expected to be regularly visiting their JAMB profiles.

                      To access that, you’ll log in with your profile email and its password. On your dashboard, you could see your admission status and how things change from time to time. Status usually changes from “You have been recommended for admission” to “congratulations, you’ve been offered admission”.

                      You’re expected to accept admission from schools directly from your profile. See what JAMB and schools will do if you reject your admission.

                      Conclusion

                      The journey to gain admission to any university, polytechnic, or college of education starts with UTME and DE. But it doesn’t end there.

                      Every student should understand the entire processes involved in gaining admission. He or she should take advantage of the change of institutions and courses exercise, take part in the post UTME or admission screening, follow up status in JAMB CAPs. Then accept the admission when the time comes.

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