We are pleased to inform you that the management of the Npower programme Commences the deployment of Batch C Beneficiaries to their various places of Primary Assignment as school resumes in September
Are you looking for the Code on how to Check NPower Batch C Status and Deployment?
If yes, you’re at the right place.
The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs Disaster Management and Social Development Launched Npower Batch C 1 Programme on Monday, 23rd August 2021 by Hajia Sadiyah Umar Farouq.
To check or confirm if you have been verified as one of the N-Power Batch C beneficiary, please kindly follow the step by step guidelines below.
- Visit www.nasims.gov.ng
- Login with your Email or Application ID and Password
- Click on “Verification” to confirm if you have been verified.
What’s the Code to Check NPower Batch C Deployment Status?
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To check your Npower Batch C Verification or Deployment Status, you can either visit the NASIMS portal or use the nasims USSD code.
To visit the NASIMS portal, kindly follow the guidelines above.
To check your Npower Batch C Status, kindly Dial *45665# and wait for the response
Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq who flagged off the exercise for the 36 States of the Federation and Federal Capital Territory (FCT), in Abuja; explained that out of over 6 million new applications received, 1 million beneficiaries were mined for the N-Power Batch C.
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According to her, “Batch C is divided into 2 streams. Stream C1 of 510,000 beneficiaries and stream C2 for 490,000 beneficiaries. Under Batch C1, a total of 450,000 have been selected to benefit under the Graduate component, while 60,000 beneficiaries will be Non-Graduate beneficiaries.
She explained that the successful beneficiaries who made it through to the final selection stage, are to work in 3 core segments, namely: N-Power Volunteer Corps which is the Graduate programme; N-Power Build, which is a Non-Graduate programme and N-Power Knowledge – which is also a non-graduate programme but deliberately designed on ICT skills.
“It includes the N-Tech Hardware, N-Tech Software and the N-Creative training programmes. Volunteers are strategically attached to carefully selected Places of Primary Assignments (PPAs) where they will provide technical services while also receiving work experience.
“The graduate programme is further sub-divided into N-Teach under which volunteers are trained and attached as assistant teachers in primary schools. The N-Agro volunteers are attached as extension agents to support farmers to obtain better performance, while the N-Health volunteers are trained and attached to work as public health assistants mainly in public Primary Healthcare facilities.
The N-Health volunteers are also trained to provide basic diagnostic services in the Primary Health Care Development Centres and will teach preventive healthcare to community members including pregnant women, children, families and individuals especially in rural areas.
“The Non-Graduate programme targets youth in the age bracket of 18-35 with a minimum of second