#NYSC2018BatchA | #NyscOrientationCamp
Requirements for screening at NYSC 2018 Orientation Camps nationwide have been released by the management on its social media platforms.
The batch A, stream I Prospective Corps Members, who studied in Nigeria were directed to bring along with the following:
1) Degree/HND Certificates or Statement of Results,
2) Personal Identity Card from Institution of graduation.
The rest of the statement reads:
“Foreign graduates should bring for verification, original copies of ALL their uploaded credentials and travel documents including International passport.
ii. Foreign graduates are to ensure that academic paper(s) in Languages other than English must be translated into English accordingly; both versions must be presented for verification at the camp.
iii. Medical/veterinary Doctors, Dentists, Pharmacists, Optometrists, Physiotherapists, Nurses and Public Environmental Health graduates should bring their professional licenses or certificates of full registration issued by their professional bodies.”
Printing of Call-Up Letters
At this time some applicants are still having problem printing their call-ups, “I saw the link to print my call-up letter, but when I clicked it says link not available.”
Daily Post reports that the management of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, on Sunday informed prospective corps members that call-up letters for 2018 Batch A has not been released.
The scheme on its official Twitter Page, said prospective corps members would be notified to print their call-up letter on their dash board.
The statement read, ”This is to Inform 2018 Batch “A” PCMs that posting has not yet been released.
”You will be notified on your dashboard when released, then you will be enabled to print your Call-up letters.”
But it’s found out that some have started printing theirs, while others are having challenges at the time of publication.
The uploading of the letter is ongoing, and we urge PCMs to login to their portal daily to check their status before opening of orientation camps.
If you’re not on the Stream I, you should have known by now. Login to your NYSC dashboard to check if you’re on stream I or stream II.