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NSS Pin Codes For Trained Teachers For 2024 Released: Check Full Details Here

NSS Releases First Batch of Pin Codes For Trained Teachers

The National Service Secretariat (NSS) has released the first batch of Pin Codes For Trained Teachers for the year 2024.

In a move aimed at facilitating the enrollment process for Ghanaian-trained teachers, the National Service Scheme (NSS) has announced the release of the first batch of PIN CODES.

This development, disclosed on Monday, 12th February 2024, paves the way for thirteen thousand, three hundred and fifty-three (13,353) eligible educators to embark on their one-year mandatory national service for the 2024 service year.

NSS Pin Codes For Trained Teachers For 2024 Released: Where and how to check

Prospective participants are urged to visit the NSS website at www.nss.gov.gh to initiate the online enrollment process. Notably, a registration fee of GH40.00 is required, payable at any branch of the ADB Bank. Alternatively, individuals can opt for payment of GHe41.00 through MTN MoMo.

Enrollment is slated to commence on Wednesday, 14th February 2024, and will draw to a close on Wednesday, 28th February 2024. It is imperative that all eligible trained teachers personally complete their online enrollment within the specified timeframe.

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This initiative underscores the NSS’s commitment to facilitating the engagement of trained professionals in national development endeavours.

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Below is the full statement from NSS

The National Service Scheme (NSS) has today, Monday, 12th February, 2024 released the first batch of PIN CODES for thirteen thousand, three hundred and fifty-three (13,353) eligible Ghanaian Trained Teachers to enable them to enroll to be deployed to offer their one-year mandatory national service for the 2024 service year.

All eligible trained teachers are requested to log onto the Scheme’s website at www.nss.gov.gh to follow the online enrollment procedure.

Please note that a registration fee of GH40.00 should be paid at any branch of the ADB Bank to obtain access to the main enrolment platform to complete the enrolment process. Alternatively, payment of GHe41.00 could be made via MTN MoMo.

Enrollment starts on Wednesday, 14th February, 2024, and ends on Wednesday, 28th February, 2024.

All eligible trained teachers are to ensure that they complete their online enrolment process themselves within the stipulated period.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Have the 2024–2025 NSS Pin Codes for Trained Teachers been released?

Yes, the NSS has released the first batch of NSS pin codes.

How much is the registration fee for the 2024–2025 NSS Pin Codes for Trained Teachers?

Teachers will need to pay GH40.00 as a registration fee using either MTN Momo or ADB.

What is the closing date for the NSS Pin Codes for Trained Teachers registration?

Enrollment starts on Wednesday, February 14th, 2024, and ends on Wednesday, February 28th, 2024. All teachers who qualify are encouraged to apply.

The Akufo Addo government introduced the National Service for Teachers in the hopes that teachers who graduate from the various colleges of education will serve the country under the NSS scheme before they are eligible to write the GTLE and receive a posting. In a related development, Dr. Bawumia has stated that if elected president of Ghana, his government will abolish the compulsory Nations Service and make it voluntary.

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Civil society organisations and other stakeholders have rejected his vision for the NSS. The move will make several graduates opt out of the national service. Making it optional can also prevent graduates from obtaining the experience they need for the world of work. It has the potential to lead to a lack of personnel for many business and public service offices and departments that depend on the services rendered by NSS personnel each year.

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