NYSC Batch B 2018: Registration Procedure | Call Up Letter Date | Requirements for Mobilization

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The NYSC has announced that the online registration for 2018 Batch B corp members will commence on the 2018.

 This post will list of some procedure for NYSC registration, requirements and give updates on Call up Letter for prospective corps members (PCMs).

A NYSC Registration Guidelines 

To register, re-mobilize or re-validate, visit either of the NYSC registration portal listed below;

1. portal.nysc.gov.ng 

2. nysc.org.ng 

3. portal.nysc.org.ng 

Then follow the instruction carefully, also take note of the instruction below; 1. Make you use an active phone number. 

The mobile number registered will be used by NYSC to contact you via text message. 2. Make sure you used a valid email address. 

A confirmation mail will be sent to verify your mail. Also check your spam folder for the NYSC confirmation mail if you don’t get it in your inbox. Your green card will also be sent to your email. 

3.Do your registration yourself or make sure you cross-check your details if you are going to be assisted by the cafĂ© operator. 

4.Your NYSC Green Card and Call up letter, Must be printed in coloured 

5.PCM’s should note that a fee of N3,000 will be charged for the printing of call up letters online. 

However, this is not compulsory because you can also get it for FREE from your institution. 

6. Be sure you complete your biometric verification. If for some reason your thumb print is not being recognize, try a different biometric device. 

7.PCM’s will have the options to choose from 4 geopolitical zone. 

Note that you can not be sent to your state of origin and the state your graduated from. 

8. When preparing for orientation, make sure your come along with your call-up letter (original), school ID, medical fitness paper from a government hospital and original statement of result (Do not laminate). 

B. NYSC 2017 Batch B: How to Print Call up Letter (Stream 1 & 2)

C. Requirements for Registration of Nigerian Foreign-Trained Graduates 


The Originals and photocopies of the following documents are required for registration and mobilization of foreign-trained graduates into the National Youth Service Corps (please note that downloaded Certificates/Transcripts, Statement of result and Attestation letters are not acceptable) 

i. First university degree or HND certificate 

ii. Complete official transcription of the First Degree or HND course 

iii. Mark sheet (for Indian universities only)

iv. O’level certificate i.e WASC, GCE, SSCE, NECO, IGCE ,GCSE, high school diploma for those schooled in USA e.t.c

Note That Online result Print-out is not acceptabe in place of the original certificate 

v. Candidates must obtain credit in not less than five(5) subjects (including English and mathematics) in not less than two(2) sittings 

vi. Please note that persons who did a 'Top up' programme/Course are required to upload their foundation Certificate e.g APTECH, OND, NIIT, INFORMATICTS etc 

vii. Medical doctors and optometrists are required to produce in addition, evidence of completion of housemanship, registration certificate with the medical and dental council of Nigeria/Optometrists Association of Nigeria as applicable. 

viii. Pharmacists shall produce in addition, evidence of completion of internship and registration certificate with Pharmacists council of Nigeria 

ix. Nurses are to present original Licence and Certificate of registration with the Nursing/Midwifery council of Nigeria 

x. Medical Laboratory Scientists are also to present their Licence and certificate of registration with Medical laboratory scientists Council of Nigeria. 


i. Entry visa to the country of study 

ii. First Departure Date from Nigeria 

iii. Date of return to Nigeria after the period of study 

iv. Date page of the passport 

v. Graduates with dual nationality are required to Up-load Data pages of both International Passports and present the Passport for verification at the Camp (where more than one international Passports were used during the period of study, candidates should upload Data Pages of the International Passports 

vi. Residence Permit (for Graduates from Institutions located within West African Countries Only) 


In the event of loss of international passport, a prospective Corps Member is expected to obtain the following: 

i. Police and Immigration reports from the country where the Passport got missing 

ii. Sworn affidavit iii. Evidence of stay in country of study and a New International Passport 

iv. Personal Data page of the newly obtained International Passport must be uploaded 


For loss of academic credentials, the following are required: i. Police Report ii. Sworn Affidavit iii. Confirmation of result from either the examination body (for loss of O’level certificates) or the institution of graduation (for loss of degree, HND, certificates as the case may be). 

5. Certificates not written in English Language must be translated at the Embassy of the country of study or a University in Nigeria where the language is studied, before presentation to the NYSC. 

6. Special Note:

i. Holders of Diploma of Higher Education and Higher Certificate of Education are not qualified for mobilization. Therefore, they need not register

ii. Attestation Letter, Letter of completion of course To Whom It May Concern letter or any related document is not acceptable in lieu of Degree or HND Certificate. 

iii. Statements of Results are also not acceptable in lieu of any certificate 

iv. Please note that NYSC Management reserves the right to refer to Federal Ministry of Education for Verification, any institution or document which status is questionable 

v. Married women would be deployed to the State where their husbands are domiciled, provided their marriage certificates, Husband’s Identification, e.g. Drivers License, International Passport, National ID Card and evidences of change of name are Uploaded/Presented 

vi. Physical verification of all credentials uploaded by foreign Graduates will take place at the Orientation Camp vii. Foreign Trained Corps Members should not send their credentials home after preliminary registration in the Camp until the credentials are physically verified by duly assigned officer(s) from National Youth Service Corps, National Directorate Headquarters Abuja. 

Foreign trained Corps Members should also remain in the camp until their credentials are physically verified viii. Any Foreign trained Corps Member who is relocated must show evidence of physical verification of his/her credentials before he/she is registered in the state of relocation 

ix. Oxford Brookes, Professional Certificates, Correspondence Courses and Certificates through online courses are not acceptable 

x. Scanned, online print out or photocopies of Credentials are not acceptable xi. Foreign graduates who are Exempted from Service must present all academic credentials and International Passport uploaded for physical verification at the Evaluation Division, Corps Mobilization Department, National youth Service Corps, National Directorate Headquarters, Abuja before Exemption Certificate is issued 

xii. Foreign graduates who are excluded from Service must also present all academic credentials and International Passport uploaded for physical verification at the Evaluation Division, Corps Mobilization Department, National Youth Service Corps, National Directorate Headquarters, Abuja before Exclusion Letter is printed online Challenges Foreign Trained Graduates face during Registration These days a lot of Nigerians choose to study abroad for many reasons but the main reason is the poor quality of education in the country, especially in our universities which are facing various setbacks such as incessant strike actions, issue of poor facilities and an un-conducive learning environment.

These are a few reasons why we Nigerian seek education abroad, I published an article on how Nigeria looses billions to foreign education, I advice you read up on that to know how it affects the educational sector. 

After obtaining their certificates majority of Nigerians come back to participate in National Youth Service Corps.
The process is now less stressful for foreign graduates as they no longer have to visit NYSC headquarters in Abuja for verification, all that can now be done in camp after mobilizations. 

Although graduates from Benin Republic, Ghana and other universities who's accreditation is in doubt, have to obtain a letter of evaluation in other to be mobilized. 

The letter can be gotten from the federal ministry of education Nigeria. Approved NYSC registration Centers Prospective corps members should ensure that they only register at accredited NYSC registration centers. 

For the list of various NYSC registration centres in different states in Nigeria - Click Here. 

To be able to print you call up letter and green card online make sure you pay the N3,000 (Three thousand Naira). They are various payment methods made available via the portal.

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