NATFORCE shortlisted candidates list is now out. Those who participated in the screening exercise organized by the national task force to combat illegal importation and ammunition can now read how to check their name here.
If you have been shortlisted for physical verification, you should take note of the requirements you need to go with. All the requirements will be listed here for you all, if you have any question or inquiry; do not hesitate to contact them and they will help.
What is NATFORCE?
NATFORCE stands for National task force; to combat illegal importation of arms, ammunition, light weapons, chemical weapons, and pipeline vandalism.
They work with other security operatives to stem to stem the inbound flow of arms and all other band goods into the country.
So, NATFORCE is a federal government agency and is approved to work.
The NATFORCE Shortlisted Candidates 2021 is for all states. They will equally paste the names of successful candidates on their zonal offices nationwide. If you are unable to check your name online, you can check physically at the zonal office near you.
How to check natforce Shortlisted Candidates 2021 Online
To check your name on the list of successful candidates for natforce recruitment, you must have your application number. The application number will give you access to download the shortlisted candidates names pdf.
Visit the natforce recruitment portal here. Enter your application number to check your name in the list of successful candidates.
When the page with the name of candidates released for recruitment comes up, you can download the pdf and keep for reference purposes.
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Physical Verification Date, Venue and Time
Those shortlisted will have to proceed to the next stage which is physical verification. The venue, time and date will be announce. Keep checking this page to know when the information is out.
NATFORCE Shortlisted Candidates 2021 is for all those who participated in the national task force recruitment exercise.