posting: portal.nss.gov.gh/check-posting The National Service Scheme (NSS) would like to notify the general public, particularly those who applied for National Service 2022/2023, that they may now check the National Service Posting Online by following the processes outlined below.
Prospective Service Personnel who utilized the previous NSS Posting Portal (nssghonline.com or posting.nssghana.org) to verify their Posting Status are advised to use the new NSS Posting Portal below.
CHECK YOUR NSS POSTING STATUS HERE: portal.nss.gov.gh/check-posting
Follow the links below to see the list of National Service NSS Posting Status – Place of Placement.
• Navigate to the National Service NSS Posting Portal (https://portal.nss.gov.gh/check-posting).
• In the required box, enter your NSS Number (e.g. NSSGCC100105).
• Finally, click the Search button and wait for the pop-up window containing your posting information to appear.
• This step should be taken by all newly posted Candidates (Steps to Take After NSS Posting).
It is critical to remember that posting registration must be completed by Friday, November 5, 2021. Management also instructs all graduates who have been officially posted and approved by their user agency to begin their national duty on Monday, October 11, 2021, even if they are still undergoing validation.
Management desires to highlight that it will not promote posting changes, and so invites all service members assigned to accept their placements and see them as part of their contributions to the nation’s socioeconomic growth.
Congratulations to all applicants who were successfully posted.
Please keep this in mind if you see the warning ‘Your NSS Number may be incorrect or you have not yet been uploaded.’ Please please check it and try again’ When checking your NSS Posting, don’t worry; just check it again since your posting will be updated shortly.
NSS Posting Statistics for 2020:
The following is a breakdown of personnel assignment to the different regions:
The Greater Accra Region has 33,798 service members deployed to user agencies, while the Ashanti Region had 15,135 service members.
The Northern Region came in second with 7,604, followed by the Eastern, Central, and Western areas with 6,105, 5,430, and 4,989, respectively.
The Bono, Volta, and Upper East regions each had 2,787; 2,423; and 1,995 service members, respectively, while the Upper West, Western North, and Bono East areas each had 1,648; 1,482; and 1,482 service members.
The Ahafo Region had 1,051 people, while the Oti, Savannah, and North East areas had 285 people, 146 people, and 118 people, respectively.
How to Recover Your NSS Password
There have been several reports of passwords being forgotten or misplaced. The NSS has made the password recovery procedure easier. To retrieve your password and print your appointment letter, follow the steps below.
• Go to https://portal.nss.gov.gh/forgot-password/.
• Enter your registered email address/username.
• Select “Send Me a Reset Link” from the drop-down menu.
• Access your email to reset your password and create a new one.
• After that, go to the NSS site to verify your posting and print your appointment letter.
For additional information and enquiries, please visit the National Service Scheme (NSS) official website at http://nss.gov.gh or email email@example.com, +233-302-772714, 6 Patrice Lumumba Road, Airport Residential Area, Accra.