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18 Important Registration Requirements All NYSC 2018 Batch A Must Know

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The National Youth Service Corps, NYSC has fixed March 26, for the commencement of the registration of 2018 Batch ‘A’ corps members.
The agency has also announced that the NYSC On-line registration portal will be opened from March 26 to April 8, 2018 to enable them register for the 2018 Batch ‘A’ mobilization.

However, if you are signing in for the 2018 Batch A orientation program and you don’t know how to go about it, here is the step by step registration guide for all Prospective Corps Members.

1. Go to NYC website
Log on to the NYSC Website. You can use any of these three addresses

portal.nysc.org.ng/nysc1/

www.nysc.gov.ng

www.nysc.org.ng

2. Your e-mail must be functional
All Prospective Corps Members, PCM must have functional e-mail addresses that they can access and Nigerian (GSM) telephone numbers with which to register

3. Use correct Matric number to register
PCMs who graduated from Nigerian higher institutions are expected to use correct Matriculation numbers to register.

4. Only PCMs whose names are approved by the Senate can register
play Corps members on parade ground (News Agency of Nigeria)

For the locally-trained graduates, only those whose names appear in the Senate/Academic Board Approved Result lists submitted by their Institutions will have access to the register on the NYSC portal.

5. Those who study abroad must have graduated from accredited schools
Foreign-trained PCM should ensure that their Institutions are accredited. Where in doubt, it is their responsibility to approach Federal Ministry of Education for verification. The letter of verification must be uploaded during registration.

6. Foreign-trained graduates must upload some documents on NYSC portal
Foreign-trained graduates), are to visit the NYSC portal, register and upload the following documents:

West African School Certificate(WASC) (with not less than 5 Credits at 2 sittings) or its equivalent; or General Certificate of Education (GCE O’ Level) (with not less than 5 Credits at 2 sittings) or its equivalent; or NECO (with not less than 5 Credits at 2 sittings) or its equivalent; or High School Diploma or its equivalent.

First Degree or Higher National Diploma (HND) Certificate (Second Degree or PhD not necessary).

Transcript of the first Degree or HND.

International travelling Passport showing data page and date of departure for the course of study.

7. Graduates who study in non-English speaking countries must get documents translated
It is the responsibility of the prospective corps members who studied in non-English speaking countries to get their Certificates and Transcripts translated into English language before uploading.

8. Medical Science graduates must have Certificates of Registration with professional bodies
All graduates of Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Physiotherapy, Radiology, Optometry, Medical Laboratory Science and Pharmacy are expected to have their Certificates of Registration with their professional bodies. Payment receipts are not acceptable.

9. Foreign trained graduates should not visit Abuja for document verification
Unlike in the past, Foreign-trained graduates should NOT visit NYSC Headquarters, Abuja for verification of their documents. This exercise will now be done at the Orientation Camps. They should simply print their call-up letters online and report at the Orientation camps in their States of deployment but should come to the camp with the original documents they uploaded for verification.

10. N[b]o fake document should be presented[/b]
Anybody who presents any fake document will be demobilized and decamped.

11. Passport Photographs
Prospective corps members should ensure that Passport photographs used meet the following specifications:

i. Ensure your face (eyes, nose, ears, mouth and jaw) is fully shown without bending
ii. Ensure the picture fills the frame and centralized
iii. Ensure the Photo background is white or off-white with no shadow
12. Proxy Registration not allowed
On no account should prospective corps members register by PROXY. They should also remember the fingers used for their biometric capturing as these will be used for verification at the orientation camps. Those who cannot be verified with their biometric at the orientation camp will not be registered.

13. You’ll pay N3,000 if you want your call up number sent to you
Only prospective corps members who want their call-up numbers sent to them through SMS and wish to PRINT their call-up letters on-line are expected to pay the sum of Three Thousand Naira (N3,000.00) (see NYSC Portal on how to make payment).

14. Don’t pay anybody if you’re collecting your call-up number from your school
PCM who do not want to pay the N3,000.00 have the option of going to their schools to collect their call-up numbers and call-up letters.

15. If you have paid before, don’t pay again
All prospective corps members who paid for the online registration before but were not mobilized need not pay again.

16. Upload your marriage certificate if you’re married
Married female prospective corps members (whether locally or foreign-trained) should upload copies of their marriage Certificates, evidence of Change of name and their husbands’ place of domicile during registration.

17. Orientation camp will not accommodate pregnant PCMs
The orientation camp is highly not ideal for pregnant and nursing mothers. Prospective corps members in this category are therefore to note that they will not be accommodated. They go back home after registration.

18. Part-time graduates should register online to collect Letter of Exclusion
All Part-time graduates are expected to register online and wait for collection of their Letter of Exclusion at their various Institutions. For those willing to print the Letter of Exclusion online, this can be done on payment of Three Thousand Naira (N3, 000.00) only.

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NYSC announces date for Batch B, Stream 1 corps members orientation

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The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has confirmed July 24 for the commencement of orientation course for prospective Stream 1, Batch ‘B’ corps members nationwide.
The spokesperson of the agency, Adenike Adeyemi, disclosed this in a press statement Wednesday.
She said the orientation course for the batch will hold from July 24 to August 13.
According to the statement, the Director-General of the Scheme, Suleiman Kazaure, disclosed the information at a pre-orientation meeting of the NYSC Management with state coordinators and Camp Commandants in Abuja on Tuesday.
According to the spokesperson, Mr Kazaure said details regarding the conduct of the stream II edition of the orientation course would be released later.
The Director-General urged the coordinators to communicate policy issues discussed at the meeting to camp officials for effective conduct of the programme.
He also directed the coordinators to pay adequate attention to issues of security and general welfare of corps members, noting they must ensure strict compliance with the Management’s directives on healthcare, feeding, accommodation and camp sanitation, amongst others.
He also urged them to step up efforts at sensitising state governments and other stakeholders on their statutory responsibilities to NYSC, especially in the provision and upgrading of camp facilities.
The NYSC scheme was created in 1973 to reconstruct, reconcile and rebuild the country after the Nigerian civil war.
According to the NYSC, the purpose of the scheme is primarily to inculcate in Nigerian youth the spirit of selfless service to the community, and to emphasise the spirit of oneness and brotherhood of all Nigerians, irrespective of cultural or social background.

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Why Kemi Adeosun’s ‘exemption certificate’ is fake — Ex-NYSC Director

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A retired Director of Mobilisation at the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Anthony Ani, has cited reasons why the purported ‘Certificate of Exemption’ owned by Nigeria’s Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, is not genuine and “wouldn’t have emanated from the NYSC”.
Mrs Adeosun became enmeshed in an embarrassing forgery scandal after this newspaper
exclusively reported that she skipped Nigeria’s mandatory national youth service youth
and then proceeded to procure a fake certificate to cover her tracks.
Authorities at the NYSC, who appears to be plotting a cover-up of the scandal, on Monday issued a rather vague press statement distancing itself from the certificate paraded by Mrs Adeosun, but at the same time claiming it was investigating the source of the document.
Mrs Adeosun is yet to respond to the issues raised, over 100 hours after the story broke.
PREMIUM TIMES reported on Tuesday that the NYSC issued the statement after top government officials desperate to cover-up the embattled minister. pressured its Director General, Suleiman Kazaure.
Mr Ani, who appeared on
Channels Television’s breakfast show, Sunrise Daily, said the certificate has footprints of a fake NYSC certificate.
He insisted that there was no way the NYSC would issue Certificate of Exemption to anyone who graduated before 30 years of age.
The retired director also faulted the supposed process of application for Certificate of Exemption that NYSC claimed Mrs Adeosun did.
He said applying for any certificate from NYSC is alien to the Corps, explaining that prospective corps members only present their credentials.
“You don’t apply for either NYSC certificate or NYSC certificate of national service or certificate of exemption, you present yourself for mobilisation. The system will determine whether you are to be exempted or you are not to be exempted,” he explained.
Answering another question, Mr Ani insisted that “[by] the NYSC procedure, you don’t apply for exemption and expect a certificate. You make yourself available [for mobilisation], when you are mobilised, those who are to be exempted are exempted and those who are to be deployed are deployed.”

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5 Important Things To Take Note Of When Registering For Post UTME 2018

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Important things to take note when registering for your post UTME
The time we all waited for, has come.
It is no longer news that different schools like UNN, UNIPORT, OOU, UNIBEN and others, have released their Post UTME form. So, what does this tells you?
You can answer that yourself.
Before I focus on the topic of this post, i will love to advise you (aspirants) to take your time and read on tips to pass your post UTME and some other important info on this blog.
Also you can get a post UTME compiled past questions from us for free, all you have to do is to comment your email address on this blog and i will send the pdf format as soon as possible.
Now back to the topic of the post, “Important things to take note when registering for post UTME “.
Alot of students make mistakes whenever they are registering for post UTME online. This post will shed more light on the mistakes and corrections to them.
1. Your Name Must Be Spelt Correctly-
This is the number one and most common mistake made by aspirants when registering for post UTME. Spelling your name wrongly might be a very big problem on the day of your exam. Post UTME is not like JAMB where you can correct your mistake after you have successfully registered. So you have to be very careful when registering online.
2. Use the same name you used in your birth cert. , WAEC , JAMB –
I have seen occasions where an aspirant use , for example, “Olaniyi Adeola Gloria” in the WAEC registration and later use , for example, ” Olaniyi Adeola Bukola” in the JAMB registration .
This will be a very big problem to you either during your post UTME registration or during registration after being admitted. Also, you should arrange the name in the same way it was arranged in your birth cert. and other vital documents.
3. Input Your Correct O’level Result –
This shouldn’t be a new thing to aspirants , although it might be intentional or a mistake, either both sides, it is a big offence. Alot of UNILORIN newly admitted students who were caught in the act were sent home after being admitted. I know you don’t want to be in that same situation, then do the right thing.
4. Online payment during registration of post UTME-
This is sometimes, a big problem to the aspirants who are registering for the post UTME online because you will be asked to pay some fee for the registration. I will advise you to do this in a cybercafe where you know is safe, don’t take the risk of paying online with your smartphone.
I have received complains from aspirants in the past about not receiving RRR pin after the money have been deducted from your bank account, allowing to pay twice. I know you don’t want that, do you?
and the most important part;
5. Read the instructions before registering online-
I will advise you to read the guidelines before registering so as to avoid any form of mistakes that can cost you your chance of being admitted this year. Be careful.
In conclusion, never allow anyone to register for you in your absence, make sure you are there to access any error before the registration is being submitted.
You have any question to ask? Then comment below and I will reply you as soon as possible.

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