Having completed your program in School and look forward to National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme mobilization, Next thing would be NYSC registration. Below are useful links and tips to aid your NYSC registration process.
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1 ) OFFICIAL NYSC PORTALS FOR REGISTRATION:
nysc.gov.ng – visit now
portal.nysc.org.ng– register now
nysc.org.ng – visit now
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2 ) POSTING
One of the innovation established by the new NYSC administration is the option to choose preferred State for deployment.
A prospective NYSC Corps Member is expected to choose 4(four) prefered states to deployment in the scheme. Though there are no guarantees of postings to preferred State. In some instances, it works as intended.
Here is a guide to aid your choice of preference based on geo-political zones in Nigeria. From the 6(six) geo-political zones in Nigeria, a prospective Corps Member is allowed to choose one state each.
Below are the six geo-political zones with their member states
- North Central (Nigeria): loosely known as Middle Belt; includes Benue State, Kogi State, Kwara State, Nasarawa State, Niger State, Federal Capital Territory and Plateau State
- North East (Nigeria): Adamawa State, Bauchi State, Borno State, Gombe State, Taraba State and Yobe State
- North West (Nigeria): Jigawa State, Kaduna State, Kano State, Katsina State, Kebbi State, Sokoto State and Zamfara State
- South East (Nigeria): loosely known as former East-Central State of Abia State, Anambra State, Ebonyi State, Enugu State and Imo State
- South South (Nigeria): loosely known as former South-Eastern State of Akwa-Ibom State and Cross-River State; former Rivers State of Bayelsa State and Rivers State; and former Mid-Western Region, Nigeria of Delta State and Edo State
- South West (Nigeria): includes Ekiti State, Lagos State, Ogun State, Ondo State, Osun State, and Oyo State.
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NYSC State Secretariats can be viewed here
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