Online Application for Navy Basic Training commences

Interested indigenes of Lagos State desirous of a career in the Nigerian Navy now have the opportunity to actualize their dreams as online application forms for the Nigerian Navy Basic Training Batch 25 recruitment exercise has commenced since 5th March, 2016.

In a statement issued from the Office of the Secretary to the State Government, Mr. Tunji Bello on Thursday, the online application would end on 2nd April, while aptitude test for qualified candidates holds on 9thApril, 2016.

The statement advised prospective candidates who are indigenes of the State to register online free of charge within the designated period. It implored them to comply strictly with the instructions contained therein, adding that they can also log on to the website www.joinnigeriannavy.com for additional details on the exercise.

Meanwhile, the Entrance Examination for the 68th Regular Course of the Nigerian Defence Academy holds on Saturday, 23rd April, 2016 at the Command Children’s School/Command Day Secondary School, Ikeja and Navy Secondary School, Ojo Town, Lagos.



“Only candidates that are indigenes of the State who have scored the minimum cut off mark from the JAMB UTME examination should return to the NDA applications portal and log-in with their e-mail address and password to download the examination admission card to gain access to the examination venue”, the statement adds.

It also states that candidates are expected to reach the examination venue by 7.30am for the screening which will take place between 7.45 am and 8. 45 am, while the examination proper commences at 9am prompt.

The statement enjoined the candidates to come along with the Acknowledgement Form (downloaded from the internet), JAMB result slip, examination admission card, two postcard size (3.5 x5 inches) photograph with the candidate’s name, State of origin, chosen course and name of exam centre written at the back

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