ARMY DSSC: Nigerian Army Direct Short Service, What You Need To Know.

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ARMY DSS: Nigerian Army Direct Short Service What You Need To Know.

Many people ask me what is the difference between SSC and DSSC,I guess the difference is clear by the names. Well the main difference is that DSSC is an open avenue for both civilian graduates and recommended military personnel who will like to further or continue in their present career while the short service combatant commission(SSC) applicant get recruited and trained to participate in combat activities. For example;the DSSC are deployed in corps such as the medicals and others while SSCs are deployed in the infantry,artillery and other combat corps.

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ARMY DSSC: Nigerian Army Direct Short Service, What You Need To Know.
http://ARMY DSSC: Nigerian Army Direct Short Service, What You Need To Know.

Several criteria are required from applicants,most of which are age,physique and sex.

The application requirements for DSSC are;

1.You must posses a minimum of second class lower or degree holder or lower credit for HND holders from any recognizable institution.

2.Must be a Nigerian by Nationality

3.You must be aged between 20 and 30 as a regular applicant or under 40 if you are a medical applicant by January of the next year after application.

4.Applicant must be medically, mentally and physically fit as per NA standard.

5.You must be able to provide two referees who are recognizable in the society and can attest to your character and integrity.note: referees must be highly placed individuals such as LGA chairman/Secretary, officers not below the rank of lieutenant colonel and equivalent in the armed force.

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6.Candidates must provide a letter of attestation from their former institution.

7.Your height must not be below 1.68 meters (male) and 1.65(female).

8.No prior criminal convictions of any sort by any court of law.

9.A valid birth certificate or court endorsed age declaration.

10. A state of origin certificate

11. Valid NYSC discharge certificate or a valid letter of exemption. DSSC

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