NDE Recruitment 2020. This article is here to guide you on how to apply for the National Directorate of Employment recruitment on the NDE official portal.
Are you interested in applying for the National Directorate of Employment job vacancies? If yes, ensure you read this post to the end to get everything need to stand a chance of being shortlisted for the NDE job 2020.
Many aspirants have asked us “when is the National Directorate of Employment 2020 recruitment starting?”
This question will be answered on this page and everything you need to be shortlisted for the NDE job will also be clearly stated. So, don’t go anywhere.
The federal government of Nigeria is set to employ 1000 youths in all the 774 local government areas in Nigeria.
Applicants who want to download the NDE application form should do so by visiting the NDE website at www.nde.gov.ng and download the NDE form 2020 PDF.
Note: NDE registration is completely free. Do not pay anyone to register for the programme.
Having said that, let’s quickly move to how to register NDE job vacancies.
Note: The National National Directorate of Employment (NDE) is currently not recruiting. Always check bekeking.com to get the latest updates and news on NDE recruitment 2020.
The description of implementation of the modalities 774000 jobs are yet to be concluded and the registration for the programme has not commenced
Requirements for NDE Recruitment 2020
To be qualified for the 2020/2021National Directorate of Employment, you need to have the following:
- West African Examination School Certificate (WASSCE) or National Examination Council Certificate with at least 5 credits in relevant subjects including English and Mathematics. (Not less than two sittings) or
- Bachelor’s Degree/Higher National Diploma (HND) or Ordinary National Diploma (OND) Degree
- Knowledge in computer application which will serve as an added advantage.
How to Apply for NDE Recruitment 2020
The procedures below will walk you through to apply for NDE job:
- Visit the NDE recruitment portal at https://nde.gov.ng/nderegistration-form/
- Follow the instructions on the NDE official website.
- Fill and submit your application form
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The closing date or deadline for NHIS 2020 Recruitment/Registration has not been officially announced. Once the deadline is announced, you will be notified.
A Little Note About NDE
The National Directorate of Employment (NDE) was established in November 1986. It began operations fully in January 1987.
The birth of the Directorate was predicated on the effects of the economic recession of the 80’s which led to a drastic reduction in capacity utilization and consequent outright closure of industries in Nigeria.
Equally, other macro-economic policies of the government of the day such as structural adjustment programme (SAP), devaluation of the Naira, privatization and commercialization of the economy, etc. resulted to massive job losses in both the public and private sectors of the economy.
According to the Annual Report of the NDE 2013, unemployment rate had risen from 4.3% in 1985 to 7.0% at the beginning of 1987 because of the situation earlier stated.
As a direct response to the rising trend of unemployment, the then military government headed by General Ibrahim B. Babangida, set up a committee headed by Mr. Stephen O.
Chukwumah which was later to be popularly referred to as the Chukwumah Committee. The Committee was charged with the task of proffering a sustainable interventionist solution to mitigate the rising levels of unemployment in Nigeria.
The Committee established that the informal sector of the national economy had operators and employees who were mainly low skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled. They constitute about 90% of the workforce.
This situation therefore, placed skills acquisition and training on the front burner of employment creation.
Following the report of the Chukwumah Committee, the Federal Government established the NDE under decree No. 29 of 1989 which was replaced with ACT, CAP 250 of the Laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999.
To design and implement job creation programmes that will promote attitudinal change, employment generation, reduce poverty and enhance wealth generation.
Under the above-mentioned act, the Directorate is empowered to operate as an employment creation agency statutorily charged with the following mandate: –
- To design and implement programmes to combat mass unemployment
- To articulate policies aimed at developing work programmes with labour intensive potentials
- To obtain and maintain a data bank on employment and vacancies in the country with a view to acting as a clearing house to link job seekers with vacancies in collaboration with other government agencies and
- To implement other policies as may be laid down from time to time by the board established under section 3 of its enabling law.
The Directorate commenced operations in January, 1987 with visible presence in all the States of the federation.
To fulfill her statutory mandate, the NDE introduced four (4) major areas of intervention for mass job creation for the unemployed as follows: –
- Vocational Skills Development
- Entrepreneurship Development
- Agricultural Skills Training and
- Public Works Programme
Since unemployment is dynamic in its forms and patterns, regular innovative strategies are required to tackle it effectively.
To this end, other innovations can be effectively situated within the framework of any of the four major areas of intervention.
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