About the NDMC (National Disaster Management Centre)
On the 30th of December in 2018, in accordance with the provisions of Act (28/2015) on Disaster Management, President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih formed the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA). As a result of this, all of the personnel, assets, and current activity of NDMC have been moved to NDMA.
At the national level, one of the most essential goals of the NDMA is to make the reduction of the risk of natural disasters more widespread. This involves formulating rules and procedures, establishing agreed-upon standards, and planning and planning processes. The National Community-based Disaster Risk Reduction Framework serves as the primary source of direction for this activity. Other papers and procedures are either in the process of being drafted or have already been put into place in an official capacity.
About the NDMC (National Disaster Management Centre) Bursary 2023
NDMC (National Disaster Management Centre) is offering a bursary opportunity for undergraduate and postgraduate candidates who are pursuing Disaster Management. The National Disaster Management Centre (NDMC) Bursary is an all-inclusive program that encourages participation from individuals hailing from a wide variety of cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
If you are selected as a recipient of the prize, you will receive the assistance you require to pursue the academic qualification you seek. You are strongly encouraged to take advantage of this chance if you have achieved outstanding success in your academic pursuits and have demonstrated other admirable characteristics as a student.
Make sure to send in your application for the NDMC (National Disaster Management Centre) Bursary as soon as possible. But first and foremost, you must review the program’s qualifying requirements. These factors will decide whether or not you would be a good candidate. If you’d like to double-check your credentials, please see the qualifying requirements listed below. If you want to increase your chances of success, it’s best if you can fulfill everything on the following list.
The NDMC (National Disaster Management Centre) Bursary Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Officially recognized as a citizen of South Africa
- Accomplished your Matric qualification
- Currently studying or planning to puersue your studies in an Undergraduate or Postgraduate qualification in the field of Disaster Management
- Currently studying or planning to pursue your studies at a public higher learning institution in South Africa
- Obtained a result of at least 62% for all your Matri csubjects
- Obtained at least a 62% average aggregate score if you are currently studying
- Has a household income that does not exceed R350 000 a year
- Preference is offered to unemployed applicants if you are pursuing your education in Disaster Management.
Apply online: NDMC (National Disaster Management Centre) Bursary 2023.
It is recommended that you use Google Chrome as your web browser in order to access the aforementioned web address (see above).
Candidates are required to make an account for themselves on the application portal before they may submit their applications. Throughout the entirety of the process of registering for this course, it will be necessary to sign into this account.
Candidates will need to provivde certified copies of the documents below:
- Legitimate proof of your application/acceptance letter/registration letter
- Legitimate proof of household income of your parent or guardian or affidavit if these is zero household income
- Legitimate proof of incomed if you are an employed applicant
- A copy of your South African Identity Document
- A copy of your Grade 12 qualification
- Your most updated Curriculum Vitae
- Your most updated academic results if you are a post-graduate applicant.
All these documents must be included in your applications.
Alternatively, you can apply using your handphone, since it is much more practical than applying via computer. If you are using an OS Android handphone, you can use Google Chrome as your web browser. Since Google Chrome is automatically available in OS Android handphones, you don’t have to install any other browsers.
By submitting your applications, you are giving the selection committee permission to use your personal information for the purpose of registering you for the event. This can include things like your name, address, and email address.
In order to verify the authenticity of the applications submitted by applicants, those submissions will go through a series of extra screening and verification steps. In the event that it is discovered that an applicant has misrepresented any component of their paperwork, they will not be allowed to take part in the registration process.
Candidates are obligated to submit their applications using the website that is linked above. The committee in charge of selecting winners will not consider any materials that have been submitted through alternative channels, such as hand delivery or fax.
Applications for the NDMC (National Disaster Management Centre) Bursary must be submitted before the closing date on 10 October 2022.
It is possible to guarantee that your application is protected as soon as possible by registering as soon as feasible. However, this does not guarantee immediate success and is just designed to give you with a stable position during the recruitment process.
Incomplete applications will not be accepted by the selection committee. Candidates that submit their applications after the deadline will not be considered. All submissions submitted after the deadline, regardless of their substance, will be discarded without further consideration.
NDMC (National Disaster Management Centre) has the right to offer or refuse employment to anybody at any time in its sole and absolute discretion. The decisions of the choosing committee are final and binding on all parties engaged in the process.