Showing posts with label nysc. Show all posts
Showing posts with label nysc. Show all posts

Sunday, 1 October 2017

Kogi State University 2015/2016 Graduate NYSC Mobilization Form Is Out (Details)

Kogi State University students who graduated 2015/2016 have been advised by the school management to log on to the university portal here  To fill the NYSC

mobilisation form


1. Log on

2. Click on  2015/2016 NYSC MOBILIZATION FORM

3.Fill in your details and upload your passport photograph 

Thats all. Kindly share this information with others.
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Monday, 21 November 2016

#NYSC Orientation Camp: Essential Things You Should Never FORGET

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) on Monday, urged prospective corps members to print their call-up letters for the 2016 Batch B (stream 1) orientation course, the scheme also released the timeline for the camp registration so if you have not checked, you had better hurry up and do that.

The NYSC orientation camp is basically to provide intense and lifelong training for corps members before they start the One Year compulsory service to humanity. With the stress of traveling and the hassle of packing beforehand, it is not surprising that something is almost always forgotten at home before heading to the camp.

Here are few essential things to know and items you should never forget to pack:

Make sure you don’t travel late, arrive early with your luggage. If you are posted to a state that is very far, it is better to travel a day before the camp opens.

Don’t worry about where to stay, you will be allow to go inside the camp and this will also lessen your registration stress.

From experience, screening starts at the gate, where your luggage is thoroughly searched and surfed by security officials before granting your pass. Officials don’t want you to bring in prohibited items like pressing iron, knives, boiling rings, mirrors and forks are known to be contraband items in camp.

Documents with enough photocopies. Every NYSC member is requested to bring to camp your original statement of result, Institution identity card, recent passport photographs. Your call-up letters and enough cash.

The truth is that, the registration processes is always stressful but before you know it, you will have your camp kits including your khaki, jungle boots and t-shirts. If they are oversize, search for someone to exchange with or you can as well get a tailor at the ‘mami market’ to resize it.

Once you have your NYSC kits, only the T-shirt and shorts with the white tennis shoes are permissible.

It is better to go with enough white t-shirt and extra tennis for a replacement.

Don’t forget to write your number on your kits.

Other items include you should never forget include: Waist pouch/bag, torch, disinfectants, sanitary pads, detergent, bath soap and sponge, and mosquito net.

So, there you have it guys! Pack as light as you can and do have a great service year!
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NYSC 2016 Batch B Call-Up Letter Is Out [see How To Print]

NYSC Batch ‘B’ call-up letter is now available online for printing and the procedure for printing has been released. Prospective corps members who wish to print their call-up letters online from the NYSC portal, below are the procedure to follow to do it yourself:

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) wishes to inform all prospective 2016 Batch B corps members that they can now print their call-up letters from Monday, 21st November.

Those who paid for the call up letter printing during online registration should proceed to access their call-ups on the NYSC portal.
How To Print NYSC Call Up Letter:

1. All Prospective Corps Members are required to visit the portal for the printing of call up letters via any of the links below; or

2. Once on the NYSC portal, login with your registered e-mail address and password and click the ‘Print Call-Up Letter’ link.

NOTE: Printing of call up letters starts on Monday, 21st and ends on Friday 25th November, 2016.

Those that didn’t pay should collect their call-up letters from Monday, 21st November from their various institutions of graduation.
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Thursday, 19 May 2016

NYSC postpones Batch A stream II until further notice

Image result for nysc logo
– The 2016 batch A, stream II orientation course of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has been postponed
– The orientation course was initially supposed to commence on Saturday, May 21
– The scheme said a new date would be announced in due time
File photo of NYSC members

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has announced that the 2016 batch A, stream II orientation course has been postponed, The Cable reports.

The orientation course was initially scheduled to commence on Saturday, May 21.

It made the announcement on its website, as well as via text message to prospective corps members on Thursday, May 19, adding that a new date would be announced in due time.
Read the announcement below:

“NYSC Management regrets to inform you that 2016 Batch ‘A’ Stream II Orientation Course in all states including Adamawa, Borno and Yobe in stream I has been postponed due to logistic reasons. A new date will be communicated to you in due course. Please accept our sincere apologies.”

NYSC had earlier postponed the orientation course from March 30 to April 30, owing to logistics, only to further reveal it was due to lack of funds.

The management of NYSC, on Tuesday, May 17, said the Federal Government had approved and released funds to enable the scheme accommodate the 2016 Batch ‘A’ stream 2 orientation course.
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Saturday, 16 April 2016

If You Have A Brother/Sister Who Is A Corper And they Ain't Sending you Money Read This


Let me expressly espouse you in d opinion that "There is nothing wrong in request for money/gift from your relative or friend that just finish service(NYSC)"

I will need to remind u of his/her income and expenditure in that 1 year program before you start requesting for a car or mansion from somebody that have below:

19800 x 11months = 217800
Note: that first allawee was paid right in camp.

Tithes : 1980×11=21780 (for those dat do pay)

First bank charges:105x11=1155

Food:- 10k (at least) x 11=110000

Call card:- 1k (at least in a month) x 11= 11000

Phone subscription:- 1200 (at least in a month) x11 = 13200

Transport to CDS/Clearance:- 500 (at least in a month) x 11 =5500

Cream, tooth paste, bathing and washing soap:- 5000 (at least in 11months)

Cloths and shoe:- 22000 (at least for 11months)

Transport back home:- 6000 (for far north like Daura, Katsina.) Other contingencies:- 20000 (CDS dues, religious dues, sent-forth dues, transport to church/mosque)

Total Expenditure:- 215635

BALANCE:- 217800- 215635 =2165

Please, thank him/her if u get kulikuli (groundnut cake) and kilishi as gift. Stop dreaming of him/her giving u shampane or any other expensive materials.

Thanks for understanding...
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Wednesday, 30 December 2015


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Saturday, 29 November 2014

Ksu freshest Graduate MC Nattz in Onitsha Observing NYSC.

Muhammed Adejoh Nathan a.k.a SuperSexy MC Nattz. Graduate of Political Science dept., Former director of Socials Pol Sc dept 2011, former director of socials Social sciences faculty 2012, SUG director of socials aspirant 2013. CEO of NattzNationConcepts n Proud host of VIP Poolside Groove is Observing NYSC in Onitsha, Anambra state
He was the Former NU-AGE Ent. Director of programs n planning nd official MC.
Check out some of his nysc pix below.

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