Nigerian Navy Shortlists 913 Candidates For Direct Short Service Commission

by Ike Obudulu Posted on April 2nd, 2017

The Nigerian Navy has released the names of successful applicants who wrote its December 17, 2016 Direct Short Service Course 24.

Out of the thousands of applicants who wrote the exam at various locations in Nigeria, 913 candidates are shortlisted for screening beginning from April 10,2017.


1.       The under listed candidates were successful in the aptitude test for Nigerian Navy Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) 24 Selection Exercise held on 17 December 2016. The candidates are hereby invited to appear before the DSSC 24 Selection Board for further screening at the Nigerian Navy Secondary School Ojo, Lagos from 10 – 24 April 2017. Candidates are to report on 10 April 2017, those who fail to report on stipulated date automatically stand disqualified.

2.      The Exercise will involve the screening of academic certificates/credentials, medical test, physical fitness test, written and oral examinations. Candidates are to come along with the following:

a.      Originals and photocopies of academic certificates/credentials including:

(1)    Statement of Results.

(2)     Testimonial for Primary and Secondary Schools attended (with Scratch Cards for Verification of O’Level Results).

(3)    Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age.

(4)    NYSC Discharge/Exemption Certificate.

(5)    Four (4) recent coloured Passport Photographs.

b.      Writing materials.

c.      Three pairs of white (unmarked) vests and navy blue shorts.

d.      A pair of white canvas/trainers.

e.      Two bed sheets and pillow cases.

f.       A set of Cutleries.

g.      Toiletries.

3.      Please note that the Nigerian Navy Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) 24 Selection Board will only attend to candidates whose names appear on or based on the DSSC guidelines.


Navy Secretary

for Chief of the Naval Staff

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