The Ghana National Service Scheme (NSS) management released the 2022 nurses/midwives enrolment pincodes on Wednesday. In this post, we will show you how to check the 2022/2023 service year pincodes in the simplest way possible.
NSS said in a statement distributed to EducationWeb that a total of 11,272 Personal Identification Number (PIN) codes of nurses/midwives from accredited universities and nursing training colleges are available for them to begin national service.
“Prospective personnel are to visit the Service’s official website, nss.gov.gh, to access the Personal Identification Number (Pin) codes using their school index number and date of birth,” the Ghana Scheme’s management stated.
The National Service Scheme (NSS) has urged nurses/midwives enrolment pincodes personnel to proceed to any ADB Bank branch throughout the country and make payment of forty Ghana cedis (GHC40.00).
“Alternatively, service personnel can use MTN mobile money and pay GHC41.00 for convenience and, more importantly, to reduce human contact as a means of adhering to the GHS safety protocols,” it said.
This year’s Service Personnel, according to a statement signed by NSS spokesperson Armstrong Esaah, must complete their enrolment process on or before the close of business on Friday, June 3, 2022.
How to look up the enrolment pincodes for nurses and midwives in 2022
- Go to the NSS’s official website at https://nss.gov.gh/.
- On the homepage, click Check Pincode and wait for a new page to load.
- Fill in the blanks with your school index number and date of birth.
- Next, click Search to check your enrolment Pincode.
- Dial *170# on your smartphone to check the 2022 midwives/nurses enrolment pincode.
- Select option 2 for “Pay Bill.”
- Select General Payments (Option 6)
- Enter the NSS PINCODE as the payment code (type NSS, put a space, then type your PINCODE).
- The menu will display your name again for confirmation. Fill in the deposit amount (GH41.00).
- Type “NSS” as the reference. To confirm payment, enter your four secret mobile money PINs.
To complete your registration, the Ghana National Service Scheme (NSS) management has asked all national service personnel to double-check your Personal Identification Number (PIN) before making payment.