DPR Recruitment Candidates List 2017 – recruitment.dpr.gov.ng.

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This is to notify all applicant of Department of Petroleum Resources Recruitment 2016/2017 who wishes to know when the list of shortlisted candidates for DPR recruitment is out.
DPR Recruitment Shortlisted Candidates 2017

It is to your concern that we bring this notice to inform you that the List of shortlisted candidates for DPR Recruitment is out online.

How to Check DPR Recruitment Shortlisted Candidates

The CSN Team wishes to inform applicants that DPR Nigeria is already sending aptitude test invitation to successful candidates who applied for their recruitment exercise last year. Applicants are to check their registered email addresses for the invitation or their phone message inbox as the invitations were also sent via SMS.

Candidates are to check for the details of the aptitude test through the DPR Application Portal [http://recruitment.dpr.gov.ng].

Also, candidates are advised to prepare ahead of the test using DPR Past Questions and Answers. Download PDF of DPR Past Questions and Answers here

The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) regulates and ensures sustainable development of Nigeria’s oil and gas sector.


If you have previously created an account on the portal and can’t access your dashboard, click on the forgot password link on the home page or click here to get a link to reset your password. You will be prompted for your email address which you used at the point of registration, enter your email address and click the send password reset link button. You should get an email with a link that redirects you to reset your password. Click the link and follow the instructions to reset your password.

We recommend you use a password you can easily remember to sign in to the portal.

Download DPR PDF Past Questions and Answers for just N2,000 here. 

Disclaimer: The attention of DPR Nigeria has been drawn to allegations of dubious persons who are exploiting the recent newspaper advertisements of employment vacancies by the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) in attempting to deceive unsuspecting Nigerians into parting with huge sums of money for bogus promises of offering some advantage in the ongoing recruitment process.



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