The management of the Ghana National Service Scheme (NSS) has released a total of Twenty-eight thousand, nine hundred and seventy-six (28,976) prospective trained teachers pincodes for the 2023/2024 service year.
In a statement copied to AcademicWeek.com, the NSS said the pincodes for enrolment of trained teachers from all accredited Colleges of Education enable them to undertake their mandatory one-year national service.
“All prospective national service personnel are hereby requested to access their PIN Codes from today, December 20, 2022, with their respective Index Numbers and Date of Birth on the Scheme’s website, www.nss.gov.gh
and then proceed to any Agric Development Bank (ADB) Ltd. branch nationwide to make a payment of GHC 40.00. Alternatively, prospective service personnel can pay with MTN Momo,” the Scheme said in the press statement.
For those who would activate their released trained teachers pincodes using MTN Mobile Money, the management of the Ghana National Service says a payment of GHC 41.00 is required.
“The management directs all prospective National Service Personnel to begin registration today, December 20, 2022, and end it on Monday, January 09, 2023,” the release signed by the Executive Director of NSS, Osei Assibey stated.
How to check 2022 national service enrolment Pincode
1. Visit the NSS official website
2. On the homepage click Check Pincode and wait to be redirected to a new page and
3. Enter your school index number and Date of birth in the spaces provided
4. Click on Search to proceed to check your enrolment Pincode.
How to check national service enrolment Pincode using MoMo
1. Dial *170# on your smartphone
2. Choose option 2 for “Pay Bill”
3. Choose General Payments (Option 6)
4. Enter payment code as – NSS PINCODE
5. The menu will return to your name for confirmation. Enter the deposit amount (GH¢41.00).
6. Enter “NSS” as a reference Enter your four secret mobile money PINs to confirm payment
To complete your registration the management of the Ghana National Service Scheme (NSS) has entreated all national service personnel you to check your Personal Identification Number (PIN) if it’s correct before making payment.