National Service Scheme releases PIN codes for 2023/2024 general enrollment

In total, 142,381 final-year Ghanaian students from 125 authorized tertiary institutions across Ghana have received PIN codes from the National Service Scheme (NSS) for the 2023–2024 service year.

These students have signed up to perform their civic duty for the 2023–2024 service year.

The management made it clear in a press statement sent out on Tuesday that the defaulters who have requested to be enrolled in the upcoming national service year are not included in the PIN numbers that have been released. According to a statement made by the National Service Scheme’s Corporate Affairs Department, the PIN Codes for these applicants would be made available shortly.

It is now mandatory for all eligible Ghanaian students enrolled in their final year to access their PIN codes on the NSS website at by entering their date of birth and the corresponding school’s index number.

Students must go to any branch of ADB Bank Ltd. and submit a payment of GH40.00 to complete the enrolling procedure. As an alternative, users can pay GH41.00 using the MTN MoMo platform to start the enrolling process.

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The registration deadline is scheduled for Saturday, August 19, 2023, and students are advised to finish the process themselves to avoid any mistakes that can affect their deployment.

Additionally, recognized tertiary schools who have not yet submitted their supplementary final year lists have been urged to do so by the NSS management. This stage is essential to ensuring that all students who are qualified be processed for enrolment in the national service for 2023–2024.

By placing recent graduates in various fields of employment, the National Service Scheme significantly contributes to the advancement of national development. These young professionals can get significant work experience and support the development of the country by successfully completing their national service.

Students are recommended to visit the official NSS website or get advice from their particular universities for more information and updates.

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