The National Youth Service Corps, NYSC is a mandatory programme for all Nigerian graduates who studied both within and outside Nigeria.
The National Youth Service Corps programme runs for 12 months in which prospective corps members will have to be posted to every part of Nigeria to serve their fatherland for one year. One has to be cleared by their institution of higher learning and one must have received their call up letter in order to be eligible to serve their fatherland.
On successful completion of your school programme and after you must have done your clearance, you should proceed to the NYSC portal online to get registered for service.
Prospective corps members should follow the guidelines below in order to print their call up letter, which will contain your location of posting and where and when you are to report for camp:
How To Print NYSC Call-up Letters Online
1. Visit the NYSC portal https://portal.nysc.org.ng/nysc2/
2. Login in with the email address and password you used in registration.
3. Click on login
4. When you are on your page, click resume to view your NYSC call up letter.
5. Then print it out.
Things To Know About NYSC Call Up Letter
The NYSC call up letter is required in order for prospective corps members to register as you resume for the three weeks orientation camp which marks the beginning of the NYSC programme.
Be informed that:
The NYSC call up letter is a proof of eligibility for the programme.
The NYSC call up letter must be presented to the relevant authorities on resumption and registration at the place of posting.
Prospective corps members will be required to present as proof of graduation from a tertiary institution their original statement of result, school identity card, and 8 passport photographs.
Medical doctors and graduates in medical related disciplines such as pharmacist or optometrist etc will be required to come with their original certificate of your registration with the Nigerian Medical Council, Pharmacist board or Optometrist registration Council.
The orientation camp will run for three weeks before corps members will be posted to their place of primary assignment.
Transport allowances will be provided at intervals after the first and second week of camping.
Corps members are advised to to read the rules and regulation of the programme and obey them as indiscipline will not be tolerated at camp.