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www.nysc.org.ng NYSC Portal for Call Up Letter Printing Now working.
NYSC Call Up Letter Printing Portal – The Nysc Call up letter 2018 is out as printing begins on www.nysc.org.ng. The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has enabled the portal for printing of call-up letters for batch A 2018 Prospective Corps Members (PCMs). Also, NYSC Call up letter could be printed for all NYSC prospective regardless of any year of mobilization.
NYSC members who has paid for the NYSC call up letter printing during online registration should proceed to access their call-ups on the Nysc portal as explained below.
NYSC call up letter printing – How To Print NYSC Call up letter
- Step 1 -Visit the portal for the printing of call up letters via any of the links below;
a. >> http://www.nysc.org.ng
b. >> http://portal.nysc.gov.ng
- Step 2 – Once You are on the NYSC portal; login with your registered e-mail address and password,
- Then click the ‘Print Call-Up Letter’ link at in the NYSC Dashboard.
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NOTE: Printing of call up letters starts on Thursday, 12th April, 2018. Those that didn’t pay should collect their call-up letters starting from the same Thursday, 12th April, 2018 at their various institutions of graduation.
The Batch An Orientation Course will begin soon across the country. PCMs are encouraged to report instantly to the Orientation camps in their conditions of organization at the camp locations demonstrated in their call-up letters.
Facts About NYSC: It was the need to look past the prompt present and to think about the future initiative of the nation that required the activation of specific classes of our youths through the National Youth Service Corps Scheme.
This was finished with a view to giving them the correct direction and orientation applicable to the necessities of the nation. The National Youth Service Corps Decree No. 24 which has now been revoked and supplanted by Decree 51 of sixteenth June 1993, was then formally declared.
There is no pick up saying the way that the eventual fate of any nation relies upon the youths. The youths of Nigeria recognize this reality, and have reliably made a case for the country’s authority.