The Management of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has announced that the registration for mobilization of 2018 Batch B Prospective Corps Members (PCMs) will commence on Tuesday 10th July, 2018.
The Registration which is done online at the official NYSC portal will end on Monday 16th July 2018.
PCMs who are yet to register in the NYSC portal including the newly uploaded graduates are expected to register for the mandatory youth service.
Corps Members have been advised to embrace loan opportunities to finance their businesses and become wealth creators through the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).
The Director-General, Brigadier General Sulaiman Kazaure, stated this today at Oyo State Orientation Camp in Iseyin, while addressing the 2017 Batch 'B' Stream Two Corps Members deployed to Ogun, Kwara and Oyo States but dislodged to Iseyin camp for their Orientation.
Update Feb 28th:
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Management has successful deployed 2017 Batch B stream 1 Corps Members to all States of the Federation for their service year and NYSC 2017 Batch B Stream 2 orientation camp course is scheduled to commence on January 16th, 2018.
The Management of National Youth Service Corps - NYSC has published the orientation camp date for 2017 NYSC Batch B Stream 2 Prospective Corps Members.
According to the updated timetable for NYSC 2017 Batch B PCM, the orientation camp course is set to commence from January 16th, 2018 to 5th February 2018.
Printing of call-up letters will be a week preceeding that.
In a formal closing ceremony, the National Youth Service Corps - NYSC 2017 Batch B Stream 1 Corps Members have concluded their orientation camp activities today in all States of the Federation and FCT.
The orientation camp course which marked the beginning of the service year started on November 21 with registration activities and swearing-in ceremony on 23rd November, 2017
The Director-General of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Brigadier General Sulaiman Kazaure has urged corps members to leave indelible footprints in their host communities by providing socio-infrastructural facilities that would ameliorate the sufferings of their host communities.