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NYSC News Batch C 2023
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Mobilization of the NYSC
The National Youth Service begins with this stage. All qualifying graduates from all Nigerian schools are mobilized for service, as the names suggest. Officials from the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) will publish a mobilization calendar that shows several dates and their schedules.
Mobilization Timetable Content
The following activities are listed in the NYSC Mobilization Timetable
- Pre-Mobilization Training
- Senate-approved results and revalidation lists are now available for download.
- Results that have been approved by the Senate/Academic Board must be submitted.
- Online Registration exercise for International and Locally trained graduates.
- Pre-Camp Physical Assessment of Foreign-Trained Graduates’ Credentials.
- Action by ICT Department.
- Commencement of the Orientation Course.
Registration Requirements for NYSC Camps
The documents stated below are required for your NYSC registration in camp.
Take note of them and bring them all to the NYSC Camp.
1. School Identification Card
You must bring your original School ID Card or final year card and two (2) photocopies of the same to camp.
Request a ‘final year ID card’ from your school’s Directorate of Students’ Affairs.
Most schools give school ID cards, which are recognised by the NYSC.
It should be noted that NYSC does not accept departmental ID cards.
2. Statement of Result (Bachelor’s degree or Higher National Diploma)
You must bring your original statement of results as well as four (4) photocopies. It is critical that you arrive at camp with this document, so make sure you have it with you. Going to camp without a statement or certificate is pointless.
Foreign students must bring their authentic certificates.
If you graduated from a polytechnic, you must produce your ND and HND results statements.
Prospective corp members (PCMs) in the medical field (Doctors, pharmacists, optometrists, etc.) must attend the NYSC camp with proof of internship or housemanship completion and an original certificate from the Nigerian Medical Council, Pharmacist Board or Optometrist Registration Council.
3. NYSC Call-Up Letter
This is critical; you should never, ever forget your call-up letter! You must bring your original call-up letter and four photocopies to NYSC Camp. This letter is normally sent a few days following registration.
PS: Do not laminate your call-up letter; camp officials will not accept one that has been laminated.
4. NYSC Green Card
Please remember to bring your Green Card. Come along with the original plus four (4) photocopies. The Green Card is the online print-out slip obtained following NYSC online registration. Furthermore, DO NOT LAMINATE IT!
Please keep in mind that the Green Card and call-up letter must be printed in colour.
5. A recent passport photo
You must bring eight (8) copies of your passport photos to camp. The passport’s background colour should be white or off-white.
6. Medical Fitness Certificate
You must bring two (2) copies of a medical certificate of fitness obtained from any government hospital or military facility in Nigeria to the NYSC camp.
7. Uploaded Documents (For Foreign Students)
Foreign-trained PCMs must bring the originals of all documentation uploaded during online enrollment to the camp.
Each university in Nigeria is required to submit a list of graduates who are qualified for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). It is your institution’s responsibility to compile and submit this list to the NYSC Advisory Board for review. You can look up your name on the Senate roster by visiting the Nysc website.
How to Verify the Senate List for 2023:
- Visit the portal for the NYSC Senate and Academic Board.
- Select your college or university.
- In the required fields, enter your Matriculation Number and your Last Name.
- Enter your date of birth.
- Finally, use the “SEARCH” option to find out if you’ve been mobilized.
Registration for the National Youth Service Corps
You should be able to figure out what NYSC Registration is all about just by looking at the name. After firmly checking your name on the Senate List, the next step is to register. Registration for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has the following requirements:
- Valid e-mail address
- Active Phone number
- Biometric Verification
- Passport Photograph
With the new arrangement, potential Corpers can now select three(3) they’d love to serve.
NYSC now chooses one of those states for them.
I mean one of those 3 states they selected while registering.
But, like most things, there’s some level of restriction.
See my NYSC POSTING article to choose the criteria for NYSC Posting – click here
NYSC Call-Up Letter
The NYSC call-up letter is one paper that confirms that you will be going to camp with the current stream.
A quick guide on how to print your call-up letter can be found here.
NYSC Portal 2023
The portal is where stuff happens for all corp members.
Printing and registration of NYSC ish are found there.
See the complete list of all NYSC Portals here
NYSC Exemption Letter
So, one hot Sunday morning in 1985, some group of guys decided that some conditions must be met before one could partake in the National Youth Service Corps – NYSC.
If you belong to the categories stated.
You need to get the NYSC Exemption letter.
This is also known as the certificate of exemption.
This document will protect you from any wahala that might burst from some random employer asking you, “Can I see your NYSC certificate?”
Categories of persons that are exempted from service and other necessary info regarding NYSC Exemption can be found here.
NYSC Relocation / Redeployment
If, for some reason, you decide to redeploy.
Don’t just decide to serve in your village.
There is a procedure to apply for relocation/redeployment.
Check out the acceptable grounds for relocation or redeployment by clicking here
Correction of Date of Birth
The NYSC just announced that information from WAEC will no longer be used to effect changes on the NYSC Portal.
The New Procedure for NYSC Date of Birth Correction is to submit:
A hand-written application to the Student Affairs Officer (SAO) of their institution to be forwarded to the NYSC includes the following:
- A copy of the West African Examination Council (WAEC) Result Certificate showing Date of Birth;
- Completed Bio-Data form upon entry into the Institution and
- First School Leaving Certificate
- WAEC Results Verification PIN for use by NYSC.
Community Development Services (CDS)
The NYSC scheme had a lofty aim to reintegrate Nigerians together through their youths by sending young graduates to faraway areas distinct from their background.
I believe this goal would not be achieved by corp members just getting to know this new community, their culture, and lifestyle and maybe learning and appreciating a thing or two without them expressing and reciprocating love and friendliness to their new host community. Read the Full Article here
Things You Should Know Before Going to NYSC Camp
As a prospective corper, there are things you should know before leaving for the Nysc orientation camp in order to be well prepared and guided.
Below are the things you should know:
- The Nysc orientation program is 21 days long, which is three weeks.
- You are not allowed to bring computers or other metals to the NYSC orientation camp.
- Only white and white clothes are permitted; you are only permitted to change clothes on Sundays, which means three times in camp. Don’t overpack your clothes; three is sufficient, and the rest should be white and white.
- Ensure to go along with the net to keep mosquitoes away.
- Be security conscious. You will mix up with a lot of people from different homes and backgrounds.