Your service ends on September 30 – NSS to 2021/22 personnel

Management of the National Service Scheme has applauded 2021/22 national service personnel for their “selfless and unrelenting contributions” as the service year ends on September 30, 2022.

The scheme called on service personnel to process the annual evaluation form, since it will be used as a “major requirement to process the NSS certificates.”

In a press release signed by the Director of Corporate Affairs for NSS, Armstrong Esaah, he explained that “the Annual Evaluation Form, which is the means to assess service personnel’s performance for the year, has duly been uploaded on the dashboards of all service personnel serving in both private and public organizations.”

He added that starting from August 2, 2022, up to August 31, 2022, personnel should “download, fill, get their supervisors to endorse, and submit the completed form to their NSS district offices across the country.”

Read the full statement below:

The NSS Management wishes to urge all service personnel to treat this with all the urgency it deserves since the form is used as the major requirement to process the NSS certificates.

The Management wishes to express its appreciation to all service personnel for their selfless and unrelenting contributions to serving our cherished nation, Ghana.

The Management of the National Service Scheme (NSS) wishes to inform all National Service Personnel and user agencies that the 2021/22 service year is scheduled to officially end on September 30, 2022.

Please note, therefore, that service personnel are expected to be at post for the month of August, 2022 and that, the month of September, 2022 is for terminal leave.

In view of this, the Annual Evaluation Form, which is the means to assess service personnel’s performance for the year, has duly been uploaded on the dashboards of all service personnel serving in both private and public organizations.

All personnel have, from today, August 2, 2022, up to August 31, 2022, to download, fill, get their supervisors to endorse, and submit the completed form to their NSS district offices across the country.

The NSS Management wishes to urge all service personnel to treat this with all the urgency it deserves since the form is used as the major requirement to process the NSS certificates.

The Management wishes to express its appreciation to all service personnel for their selfless and unrelenting contributions to serving our cherished nation, Ghana.

Thank you.

Signed.

Armstrong Esaah,

Director, Corporate Affairs, NSS