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NDDC Scholarship Programme: 3000 applicants undergo a computer-based test

Scholarship applicants sit for the Computer-Based Test

The Niger Delta development commission NDDC has commenced a Computer-Based Test, CBT, for three thousand applicants, for its Postgraduate Scholarship programme from the nine Niger Delta State.

The successful applicant will be selected after the CBT exam for foreign and local postgraduate scholarships Programme.

For about two decades, the NDDC has sustained its foreign postgraduate scholarships Programme in which several persons within the Niger Delta region have benefited.

At the Information and Communication Technology Centre of the Rivers State University, Port Harcourt, another set of 3,000 applicants are undergoing a computer-based test after being selected from a total of thirteen thousand, nine hundred and fifteen applicants.

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To ensure a smooth and successful exercise six test sessions were held per day, spread over three days.

The 2022 edition will be the first time the NDDC will be offering foreign Scholarships in only the Master’s Degree category.

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