NYSC Issues Deadline To Prospective Corps Members

2018 Batch “C” (stream 11) Corps members, during the closing ceremony of their Orientation Course at Damare Camp in Yola Adamawa State (image courtesy: Yakubu Uba/JAU/NAN/Concise News

The National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, has said that prospective corps members who fail to register for the orientation camp before November 15 will miss the service year.

The NYSC made this known in a statement issued on Friday.

It said that Orientation programme for 2020 Batch “B” Stream 1 “A” Corps Members is currently ongoing across the NYSC camps nationwide.

“Regrettably, some PCMs have not been able to abide by the dates given to them to report for the Orientation course,” the statement said.

”However, with due consideration of appeals from some PCMs who could not meet up with the dates, Management decided to extend the cut – off date for registration to 12 midnight, Sunday, 15th November, 2020.”

Accordingly, NYSC said all the PCMs scheduled for this stream 1A that were yet to report to camp for registration were enjoined to take advantage of this opportunity and do so.

“It is important that you take note as failure to go with your batch/stream may not automatically guarantee you inclusion in the next stream or batch. Therefore, avail yourself of the opportunity presented by this extension,” it added.


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