Many prospective corps members have been asking if there is what they can do to serve with Batch ‘B’ Stream IA. One question read: “Sir, please is there anything I can do to serve with Stream I?” Loan.
Let’s start by saying this; if you want to go for service with either Stream 1 or 2, there is something to do. So read carefully in between the lines.
Before we show you how to belong to Batch ‘B’ Stream IA, kindly read this post: how to check the NYSC Stream that you belong. loans application.
Now, having known how to check the NYSC Stream you below, let’s look at how to belong to Stream I.
How to belong to NYSC 2020 Batch ‘B’ Stream 1A loan
Below is what you should do to go for National service with Stream 1:
1. Apply to be considered for Stream I
There is no open application for this, so this is more like begging the NYSC management to consider you for a particular Stream. To beg, visit the NYSC Secretariat in your state, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Register on time
Since the NYSC selection into Streams is done on a first come first serve basis, completing your online registration on time will definitely increase your chances of serving with Stream I.
3. Pray to God
Since nothing is impossible with God, talk to your God in prayer, and have strong faith that you will go with Stream I.
4. Stay updated
People that usually make it to Stream I are those that do not joke with information. If you check, you discover that most of them visit nyscinfo.com and other similar NYSC sites daily to check for new updates. They are also active members on NYSC telegram group. Loan.
For example: If NYSC rejects your passport photograph and asks you to upload a new one, how would know if you don’t stay updated?
ATTENTION! If your date of birth is not correct, see how to change your date of birth at NYSC portal.
Kindly note that your date of birth will appear on your NYSC certificate, ensure it is correct before going to orientation camp. Get loan.
NYSC will not entertain any request for Date of Birth correction once you have been deployed and began your service year or after completion of service year.