NSCDC Computer-Based Test (CBT) 2023 - Recruitment Update

Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corp (NSCDC) Computer-Based Test (CBT) 2023.

  • The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corp (NSCDC) is conducting a Computer-Based Test (CBT) for its 2023 recruitment process. Candidates can check their status and print their invitation letters by visiting the CDCFIB portal or checking their emails. The CBT stage of this recruitment is entirely free.

NSCDC Computer-Based Test (CBT)

We’re pleased to announce that the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corp (NSCDC) will be holding a Computer-Based Test (CBT) on Thursday, 18th May, 2023. This key update is for all candidates who applied for recruitment into the NSCDC.

Checking Your Application Status

To check whether you’ve been shortlisted for the next phase of the recruitment process, candidates are advised to visit the Civil Defence, Correctional, Fire and Immigration Services Board’s (CDCFIB) portal at http://cdcfib.career.

Alternatively, candidates can also check their emails and phones for messages from the CDCFIB. If you’ve been shortlisted, you’ll be able to print your invitation letter for the Computer-Based Test (CBT) directly from the portal.

Click here to view the portal.

Important Notice

Please take note that the CBT stage of this recruitment process is entirely free of charge. This is in line with NSCDC’s commitment to a transparent, fair, and accessible recruitment process.

Final Words

We wish all candidates the best of luck in their Computer-Based Test (CBT) and look forward to welcoming successful candidates into the NSCDC. For any further inquiries, candidates are advised to visit the official CDCFIB portal or get in touch with the relevant authorities.

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