The following reasons might make you to miss the next NYSC Batch.
This is not even a thing to bargain with because it’s as important as it sounds. There is no way you can go for service if your institution fail to clear you. You have to make sure you don’t have any carry-overs or other issues with your institution.
Also, make sure you fill the NYSC mobilization form. Some higher institutions require graduates of their school to fill the form at the Department of Students’ Affairs. Not all schools do this, but you should just confirm to be on a safe side.
It’s now JAMB Late Application but was formerly referred to as Regularization
. This provides an opportunity for candidates that are in any institution but with no JAMB Registration Number to regulate between Jamb and your institution.
Therefore, if you do not have JAMB Registration Number or if your Admission is not directly from JAMB, your name will not be on the NYSC mobilization list.
I am sure you already know that once you are 30 of age before graduating from your institution, you cannot go for NYSC service. Your exemption letter which is a letter that will tell you that the NYSC has given you a permission to move on will be on your dashboard.
If you are already 30 before you graduate from your institution, you won’t be spending the next 12 months in a strange land. You can go ahead and apply for a job or start your business or do anything you want with your exemption letter.
Statement of Result
If you are already a graduate of any institution and you don’t have your certificate or statement of result at hand, you will not be able to go for NYSC service. The statement of your Result is very important in NYSC and if you don’t have it, you will not be allowed to stay in the NYSC orientation camp.
Your Village People
If you don’t have any issue with all we highlighted above, you will definitely go for service unless if your village people are following you around.May they never see us all. AmenCredit:
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