Last updated on September 13th, 2020 at 10:42 am | This article was published at an earlier date and has been updated with new information.
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NYSC Portal, Login Portal – NYSC Dashboard | NYSC Registration guide – Prospective corps members get all sort and form of updates as regarding NYSC Login Portal, NYSC Dashboard and as well NYSC registration portal and guide for registration.
It is the obligation of PGupdates Mgt to updates our NYSC corps members on the upcoming updates. With the NYSC updates, our readers get ready and completely prepared for any off the cuff updates.
However, this article will make NYSC Dashboard accessible easily for all the Prospective Corps’ member that want to Login NYSC Portal to print their Call-up Letters. The NYSC registration portal.
Also, this article will help candidates who are exempted already for NYSC Exercise due to either they are off-age or those that did Part-Time while in School (Higher Institutions).
The National Youth Service Corps, also known as NYSC, is a one-year mandatory service program for all Nigerians upon completion of higher education.
The Corps members or also used to be called ‘kopa’ or ‘otondo’ or ‘Ajuwaya‘ as playfully called, are usually posted randomly to any one of the 36 states in Nigeria, as well as the Federal Capital Territory Abuja. There, they serve their country through different occupations assigned, as well as network development services.
They are usually given a month to month stipend of 19,800 Naira, which is popularly referred to as ‘Allawi’ [Allowance]. Some states, however, pay the corps members an additional stipend ranging from as low as 3,000 Naira to as high as 15,000 Naira.
History of NYSC Conduct
NYSC was created after the Nigerian common war which left the country in a fragmented state. The purpose of the scheme was to reconstruct and rehabilitate a stinging country.
NYSC was introduced during the administration of General Yakubu Gowon. It was established by decree No.24 of 22nd May 1973 which stated that the “NYSC is being established with a view to the proper encouragement and development of normal ties among the adolescents of Nigeria and the promotion of national solidarity”.
NYSC Call Up Letter.
What Is The NYSC Call Up Letter? Before a newly mobilized corp member heads to the orientation camp, the person is required to print his call-up letter which is proof that the person has signed for national service.
A typical NYSC call-up letter contains the following the person’s name, call-up number, Gender, Institution you studied at, state of the starting point, state of deployment, officer-in-charge, date of reporting, the course of study, and address of his orientation camp.
NYSC call-up number is quite different from the NYSC certificate number, although the two keep befuddling many acclaimed graduates and ex-corp members.
A corp member’s call-up number is the combination of abbreviation of National Youth Service Corps, the state where he/she is posted, the establishment he/she graduated from, the year and batch he/she is posted to serve and then his/her unique number.
For instance, an undergraduate’s call-up looks along these lines NYSC/LA/YCT/219/140356
- NYSC means National Youth Service Corps
- LA means Lagos State – where he/she is posted to serve
- YCT means the Yaba College of Technology where he/she graduated from
- 219 (2019) is the year he/she is mobilized for service
- 140356 is his/her unique number.
NYSC Senate List.
What is the Senate List? The Senate list, also called the Senate mobilization list, is a list of approved establishments whose students are eligible to be mobilized for the national service.
How To Check Senate List
- Go to NYSC senate list portal https://portal.nysc.org.ng/nysc2/VerifySenateLists.aspx
- Select your Institution.
- Fill in your Matriculation Number and surname in the required boxes.
- Select your date of birth.
- Click the ‘search’ button to see your mobilization status.
Registration Portal, Login
After completion of an undergraduate course or HND, every Nigerian is mandated to register for the service program. Sign in is made easy as undergraduates are expected to use the portal http://portal.nysc.org.ng/nysc3/ to sign in and then http://portal.nysc.org.ng/nysc2/for registration.
The two processes are usually done utilizing local cybercafes as registration requires biometric data, for example, fingerprints which are easily done there. The registration process is free with an optional Green card fee of 3,000 Naira.
At least two weeks after registration begins, the prospective corps members travel to their designated state for a three-week orientation course. The orientation course includes guidelines for adapting to the new communities, abilities acquisition classes (SAED), Man O’ War drills, fun inter-platoon competitions among others.
Following the end of the orientation course, each corps member is given a posting letter which usually includes a local government in the state where the corps member is posted to, a Place of Primary Assignment (PPA), where their duties will be carried out either as a teacher, health official, government official, and so on.
Although it is mandatory to serve at the designated local government area, some corps members have the chance to redeploy to another state or local government. This is usually based on health reasons, marital reasons, etc.
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After registration at the designated local government, corps members are given a network development service (CDS) group. The CDS is a scheme directed at offering back to the network in which corps members are serving. Compact discs meetings are compulsory and held once a week. Some CDS groups include Charity, Red Cross, Road Safety, Global Goals, Publicity, Dance and Drama, among others.
Corps members are mandated to stay in their designated state all through the service. However, in case of emergency or necessity, a corps member can apply for a temporary leave.
Upon completion of the service program, corps members are given a certificate to testify of having completed the program. The certificate can be used when applying for work after the service program, as most employers require prospective employees to have completed the program.
How to Pay for NYSC Call-Up Letter
NYSC Payment can be done in two ways; either through Bank Payment by generating RRR and take it to the nearest bank for payment, or the use of Card through RRR too. In this method, you just need to sign in and click on make payment and immediately the system will generate RRR code for you and by clicking on Pay Now.
How to Register on NYSC Portal
NYSC Registration Guide? The aim and purpose of the exercise to achieve, Corps’ members need to register after their names have been sent and mobilized by their school. Those that are mobilized can proceed to Register for the Exercise. To do this; you have to follow the below steps to perform NYSC Registration:
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- Visit the Official website of the Organization, NYSC here
- Click on the Registration button. Make sure you choose appropriately the Registration button that is applicable to you i.e Local or International Students
- A form will come up, fill the form and put your phone number, Matric number and lookup for your name on the senate list.
- The system will draw out your data, confirm your name, Grade and your course before proceeding.
- Visit your E-mail for the confirmation interface
How to Login NYSC Portal
After you have successfully completed the above steps, take note of the e-mail you used for registration and the password. Kindly visit the NYSC login portal here and put in the e-mail and password correctly. You there!
AS we mentioned earlier that this article will enable corps members to be able to access NYSC Dashboard without stress. Access dashboard is for different purposes,
- 1. corps members access their dashboard in case they want to Print Green card.
- 2. In case they want to print their NYSC Call up letter, and as well as in case they want to apply for relocation/print relocation form, etc.
To access your NYSC DASHBOARD, follow the steps explained below:
- Visit webpage here
- Click on login tab at the right-hand side
- Input your email used to register
- Input password you created during registration and;
- Click login
CONGRATULATIONS! You are already in!
In case you need to know more information on the National Youth Service Corps visit:
Official website: http://www.nysc.gov.ng/