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ATTENTION TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC

8TH REGULAR COURSE SELECTION SCREENING AND INTERVIEW NEW DATE

Following a resolution of the stakeholders meeting at the office of the Honourable Minister, Ministry of Police Affairs (MPA) in Abuja, the Commandant, CP. Lawal Tanko Jimeta wishes to inform the candidates, parents/guardians and the general public that new dates for the conduct of 8thRegular Selection Screening in to the Nigeria Police Academy is fixed. Candidates are to attend the Selection Board as follows:

Batch One: Saturday 19th – Friday 25th June, 2021

  1. Adamawa
  2. Bauchi
  3. Borno
  4. FCT, Abuja
  5. Ekiti
  6. Kogi
  7. Kwara
  8. Lagos
  9. Ogun
  10. Ondo
  11. Osun
  12. Oyo

Batch Two: Saturday 26th – Friday 02nd July, 2021  

  1. Abia
  2. Anambra
  3. Benue
  4. Ebonyi
  5. Enugu
  6. Gombe
  7. Imo
  8. Jigawa
  9. Kano
  10. Kastina
  11. Kebbi
  12. Nasarawa

 

Batch Three: Saturday 03rd – Friday 09th July, 2021

  1. Akwa Ibom
  2. Bayelsa
  3. Cross River
  4. Delta
  5. Edo
  6. Kaduna
  7. Niger
  8. Plateau
  9. Rivers
  10. Sokoto
  11. Taraba
  12. Yobe
  13. Zamfara

 

PLEASE STILL NOTE:

2.  Parents/Guardians will not be allowed in to the Academy.

3.  Candidates who fail to report a day after reporting dates for their respective batch will not be allowed to attend the interview.

4.  Candidates will first undergo screening exercises which involve credentials screening, medical tests and physical features among others.

5. Candidates must bring along the originals and photocopies of the following documents:

a. Academic certificates/statements of result and testimonials for primary and secondary schools (Junior and Senior).

b. Birth Certificate (preferable) or Declaration of Age.

c. Proof of Local Government of origin duly signed by the Chairman of the Local Government or Attestation obtained from Police Officers from the same State of the rank of Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) and above.

In this case, the officer must indicate his formation/unit, appointment, contact address, phone numbers and e-mail address. The officer must also affix his/her formation/unit stamp and sign

d. Original UTME (JAMB) result slip 2020 and evidence of choosing POLAC as first choice (Change of Institution Printout Form).

e. Police Academy examination forms downloaded from the Internet.

f. Candidates are to bring along second copy of their postcard signed by the Supervisor or the Assistant Supervisor of the Centre where they sat for the selection examination.  g. Proof of choosing Police Academy as First Choice

6.  Candidates who fail to bring along with them the documents listed above will be disqualified. Any alteration on the documents will attract out right disqualification.

7.  Candidates are to also bring the following items:

a. Two blue shorts and Two white T Shirts.

b. A pair of white canvass shoes and 2 pairs of white socks.

c. Facemask

d. Toiletries.

e. Sufficient money for Feeding, transport to and from Wudil.

F. Scratch Cards for WAEC and/or NECO or NABTEB results for online verification of results.

8.  All and sundry are warned that no correspondence of any form will be entertained in respect of the candidates or the selection process.

9.  While assuring the candidates, their parents/guardians of transparent screening, and that the earlier released invited candidates list was not tampered with,  the Commandant advised the parents/guardians to be wary of scammers and not to offer any kind of financial incentive or otherwise to anybody in desperation of securing admission for their wards.

Signed:

Deputy Registrar Academic.

 

LIST OF SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR 8RC

The candidates whose names appear in this publication were successful in the selection examination of the 8th Regular Course of the Degree Programme of Nigeria Police Academy Wudil, Kano held on 17th September, 2020. They are invited to appear for interview before the Selection Board in Four batches as scheduled in the list of invited Candidates. Click here to open the list of Invited Candidates

IMPORTANT NOTIFICATION

NOTIFICATION TO ALL MOCK APPLICANTS.

All applicants who applied for 8th Regular Course MOCK EXAMINATION to be held in LAGOS CENTRE (Lagos: JKK House, No.229 Ikorudu Road, Ilupeju, Lagos State) and ABUJA CENTRE (Abuja: GSS, Tudun Wada, Zone 4, by Nepa (Aedc Office), Abuja) are to printout their Mock Examination Card and come along with it to the examination hall on the 14th September 2020.

NOTE:Examination start at 9:00am prompt. Therefore, candidates are expected to be at the examination venue an hour before the commencement of the examination.

DATE: 14th September 2020.

 

NOTIFICATION TO ALL  APPLICANTS.

The new CBT Examination Card is ready, All invited applicants for the selection examination into the 8th regular course, degree program should follow the below directives to print out their examination card before the examination day (17th Sept 2020). Any applicant without the examination card will not be allowed to enter the examination Hall.

1.    Click on SELECTION EXAM CARD at the top of the home page.

2.    Enter your RRR CODE (Application Number) or PHONE NUMBER and then Click Get Exam Card.

3.    CLICK HERE TO PRINT SELECTION EXAM CARD to print out your examination card in the right format.

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE SELECTION EXAMINATION INTO THE 8TH REGULAR COURSE DEGREE PROGRAMME

 

EXAMINATION DATE: 17th September 2020

 

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

1. All invited applicants coming for the selection examination must wear their face mask, failure of adhering to this, such applicant will not be allowed within the vicinity of the examination environment.

 

2. Candidates are only expected to report 1 hour to their examination batch-time, and should come along with the following items (only):

i.   JAMB Result Slip for the year 2020,

ii.  Two (2) Post Card Size photographs (3.5 X 5 inches),

iii.  Acknowledgement Card optional, and

iv.  CBT Exam Card.

3. Parents/guardians should be informed that gathering within the vicinity of the examination environment will not be allowed as safety measures against COVID-19 will be strictly followed.

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR LOGGING INTO THE CBT PLATFORM AND ANSWERING THE APPROPRIATE SUBJECT COMBINATIONS.

1.  Candidates are to login into the CBT platform using their EXAMINATION NUMBER as their USERNAME and their SURNAME as their PASSWORD, as it appears on their Examination Card.

2.  All candidates who applied for B.Sc. Biological Science, B.Sc. Biochemistry, B.Sc.  Chemistry, B.Sc. Computer Science, B.Sc. Forensic, B.Sc. Mathematics, and B.Sc. Physics, are expected to answer forty (40) questions in GENERAL PAPER, twenty (20) Question in BIOLOGY, twenty (20) Question in CHEMISTRY and twenty (20) Question in PHYSICS.

3. All candidates who applied for B.Sc. Accounting, B.Sc. Economics, B.Sc. Political Science and B.Sc. Sociology are expected to answer forty (40) questions in GENERAL PAPER, twenty (20) questions in ECONOMICS, twenty (20) in GOVERNMENT or HISTORY, twenty (20) questions in PRINCIPLES of ACCOUNTS or COMMERCE.

NOTE: Candidates who attempt questions in GOVERNMENT should not attempt any question in HISTORY, similarly Candidates who attempt questions in HISTORY should not attempt any question in GOVERNMENT. Candidates who attempt questions in PRINCIPLES of ACCOUNTS should not attempt any question in COMMERCE likewise Candidates who attempt questions in COMMERCE should not attempt any question in PRINCIPLES of ACCOUNTS.

4. All candidates who applied for B.Sc. Psychology are expected to answer forty (40) questions in GENERAL PAPER, twenty (20) questions in BIOLOGY, twenty (20) questions in ECONOMICS, twenty (20) questions in GOVERNMENT or HISTORY.

NOTE: Candidates who attempt questions in GOVERNMENT should not attempt any question in HISTORY, equally Candidates who attempt questions in HISTORY should not attempt any question in GOVERNMENT.

5. All candidates who applied for B.A. English, andB.A. LINGUISTICS are expected to answer forty (40) questions in GENERAL PAPER, twenty (20) questions in LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH, twenty (20) in GOVERNMENT or HISTORY, twenty (20) questions in CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES (CRS) orISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES (IRS).

NOTE: Candidates who attempt questions in GOVERNMENT should not attempt any question in HISTORY similarly Candidates who attempt questions in HISTORY should not attempt any question in GOVERNMENT. Candidates who attempt questions in CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES (CRS) should not attempt any question in ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES (IRS), and Vice Versa.

6. All candidates who applied for B.A. HISTORY & INTERNATIONAL STUDIES are expected to answer forty (40) questions in GENERAL PAPER, twenty (20) questions in LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH or ECONOMICS, twenty (20) questions in CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES (CRS) or ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES (IRS).

NOTE: Candidates who attemptquestions in LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH should not attempt any question in ECONOMICS, likewise Candidates who attemptquestions in ECONOMICS should not attempt any question in LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH. Candidates who attempt questions in CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES (CRS) should not attempt any question in ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS STUDIES (IRS), and Vice Versa.

7. All candidates are advised not to click on the submit button until they are sure of answering all the questions they intend to attempt.

8. Candidates should note that all questions answered will turn to blue colour while unanswered questions will remain in red colour.

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