In this article, we will be learning how to retrieve or recover lost National Service Scheme (NSS) password in few simple steps.
Have you lost or forgotten your National Service Scheme (NSS) password and pin code? Well, you can now retrieve your password to check your NSS porting. You can also recover your NSS password and print your appointment letter.
They have been a lot of queries on social media with regards on how to retrieve and recover NSS password and pin code. The National Service Scheme (NSS) has simplified the process of password recovery for those that have lost their password.
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How to Retrieve NSS Password
Follow the steps below to recover your password and print your appointment letter.
- Visit https://portal.nss.gov.gh/forgot-password
- Enter your registered email/username
- Click on send me “Reset Link”
- Go to your email to reset your password and set a new password.
- Thereafter, visit the NSS portal to check your posting and also print your appointment letter.
How to Retrieve NSS Pin Code
- Go to the NSS portal: portal.nss.gov.gh
- Click on the dashboard menu “Check & Pay For PIN CODE“
- Enter your Index No. or your School ID No.
- Enter your date of birth in the column provided
- Click on the search button.
- A display of your PIN CODE and personal data will appear. Write down your PIN CODE for future reference.
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The Management of the National Service Scheme (NSS) has released postings of a total of Eighty-Six Thousand Four Hundred and Seventy-Eight (86,478) eligible graduates from accredited tertiary institutions and private registrants who enrolled for the 2020/2021 national service scheme, to various user agencies across Ghana.
What To Do After Checking Your 2020/2021 NSS Posting
You can check for where you will be doing your national service by sending your NSS alphanumeric code via SMS text on your phone to a shortcode to be announced by NSS, and details of your posting will show up on your phone screen immediately.
Appointment Letter. Once you know where you are posted for your national service, you can log on to www.nss.gov.gh click on Check Postings.
After following the required process online, your appointment letter will appear on the screen of your computer.
Print at least three (3) copies of your appointment letter to complete the necessary processes for the commencement of your national service.
Report at The Regional Office. With your appointment letters in hand and your posting, proceed to the Region in which you will be doing your national service and report at the NSS Regional Office for the Regional Director of the scheme to endorse your appointment. It is advisable to go on the first day of registration more specifically for those posted to heavily populated areas such as Accra and Kumasi.
The process of getting your forms endorsed may take two or three days to complete. GET PREPARED
Contact numbers of Regional Offices can be found on our website www.nss.gov.gh under the Contact Us menu
Report to Your User Agency. From the regional office proceed to User Agency where you will be doing your national service for the head of that institution to also endorse your appointment letters to testify that you have reported as posted.
It is important that the date of endorsement is indicated on your appointment letter
File A Copy of Your Letter at NSS District Office. Send the fully endorsed and dated letter to your district office.
Give a copy of your endorsed appointment letter to the NSS District Director to place on file in the office.
Contact details of our District Offices can be found on our website www.nss.gov.gh under the Contact Us menu.
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