UBEC Shortlisted Candidates 2021 View PDF, List of Successful Applicants Portal www.ubec.gov.ng
UBEC Shortlisted Candidates 2021 has been announced, all applicants that applied for both the men and women can now go and check their name through the official portal.
Did you apply for the UBEC recruitment? Have you been waiting for the announcement of the UBEC for Shortlisted Candidates? If this has been your desire, then this is the right time to check the list of all successful Universal Basic Education Shortlisted Candidates. All you need to do is locate the official portal www.ubec.gov.ng and verify your name.
Is The UBEC List of Successfully Shortlisted Candidates Out?
Some candidates have been curious over hearing about the latest update on Universal Basic Education shortlisted candidates, and this has been why we made our time to draft out these steps on how to check your name on the UBEC Shortlisted Candidates list.
Secondly, we are pleased to let all candidates know that they can now go and check their names, as the list of all successfully shortlisted candidates is finally out.
Is UBEC Official Portal Open For All Shortlisted Candidates?
The UBEC official portal is finally opened for all candidates to check their names on the list. Therefore, if you are yet to check your name, hurry and do, so before it’s too late. Candidates are equally advised to use the Universal Basic Education official portal to verify their names.
How To Check The UBEC List of Shortlisted Candidates?
All those who were opportune to apply for the UBEC recruitment are to go and check their names for screening and candidates must do so by visiting the official portal www.ubec.gov.ng, then follow the necessary steps to check the list.
All successfully shortlisted candidates are also expected to report for training at the UBEC venue.
Also, successfully shortlisted candidates must ensure they observe the COVID-19 protocols at all times. In addition, any candidates who fail to appear at the UBEC training ground for the training exercise will be disqualified.
Most importantly, all successful candidates of the UBEC will be released in three (3) batches. That is, the first 1000 candidates will be released first. Followed by the remaining two (2) batches which would be released subsequently