NPower Latest Update & News: How to Write NPower NASIMS Test for Batch C Applicants | The National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) is the central management platform for the administration and coordination of Social Investment Programmes (Npower, NYIF etc) under the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development. The National Social Investment Program of Nigeria is a social welfare initiative created by the Federal government of Nigeria in 2015 under the direction of the National Social Investment Office.

How to Write the NASIMS NPower Test 

1. Visit www.nasims.gov.ng

Visit www.nasims.gov.ng to log into the portal with your email address. Input your registered email and click on “Forget Password”

2. Check your email inbox

After clicking on “Forget Password”, check your email inbox. You will find there the information on how to login to the npower nasims portal.

3. Update your personal information and records

Upon signing in successfully, you will need to update your personal information and records appropriately before moving on to the next step.

4. Take the online test

The test, as earlier stated, is an important part of the selection process. So, take it seriously and follow the instruction provided on the portal on how to do the test.

5. Submit the test

After doing the Npower online based test, click on submit and wait for the next stage of the enrolment process.

For complaints and enquiries, [email protected] is the dedicated email address for the programme.

The next stage after the test will be physical screening for the shortlisted successful applicants of the Npower programme.

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