NSS releases PIN Codes for Enrolment of Newly Trained Teachers for the 2020/21 Service Year


The management of the Ghana National Service Scheme (GNSS) has announced for the information of the general public that it has released a total of 16,155 Personal Identification Number (PIN) Codes for the enrolment of Newly Trained Teachers from all the accredited Colleges of Education in the Country.

The NSS in a statement issued on November 16, 2020 and signed by its executive secretary, Dr Mustapha Ussif, said the PIN CODES were meant for the commencement of work in the 2020/21 service year.

According to the NSS, all prospective service personnel are requested to visit the scheme’s website www.nss.gov.gh or CLICK HERE to access their PIN  CODES with their respective Index Numbers.

All prospective service personnel are also expected to use the Dates of Birth and proceed to any branch of ADB Bank Ltd. throughout the country to make a payment of an Amount of GH¢40.00 or GH€41.00 Using MTN Mobile Money to activate the enrolment process.

In addition, management of the NSS urged all prospective National Service Personnel to ensure that they complete their enrolment process on or before Monday, the 20th  of November 2020.


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