How To Do NYSC Online Registration With N500 Only

Are you a Prospective Corps Members (PCM), and you don’t have enough money to do your NYSC registration? In this article, I’ll show you how to do NYSC online registration with N500 only or even below that amount.

I was prompted to write this article because of a certain post I spotted on a blog teaching Prospective Corps Members how to run away without paying after being registered in Cyber Cafe. The author called it a trick, and I wonder what kind of trick, running after being registered?

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Because I don’t want you to run away with somebody’s money after being registered in Cyber Cafe, I came with a better idea on how to do your NYSC registration with minimal cost.

What I want to show you is not a cheat, and you’ll not hurt or offend anyone by doing it. It’s 100% working and legal.

If you come across a blog that teaches people how to run away after getting a service that they supposed to pay for, then that alone would show you the kind of people that behind that blog, and I wouldn’t advise anyone to associate with such people. I won’t mention the name of the blog, so that it won’t be as if am trying to pull them down. Just be wary of them!

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So, by applying the method I’m going to show you, it would at least reduce your NYSC registration cost to N500, and also save you from stress of waiting for turn in a long queue at registration centres or cyber cafe.

If you don’t have money to pay about N2000 they will charge you in Cyber Cafe for NYSC registration or you don’t want to queue for registration, then you can apply the method which I am about to show you.

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Remember that this method is not a cheat, it’s going to help in reducing your registration cost.

Without wasting much of your time, let me quickly go into details.

Note: You have to be sure that you have a system and a working network. Either your modem or your mobile hotspot. Or you have a friend who has them.

SEE: Sample of NYSC online registration form

How To Do NYSC Online Registration With N500

The only reason you might not want to do the NYSC online registration by yourself is because of the thumbprint device. Because at a stage during NYSC registration, the system will ask you to thumbprint before you can proceed to the next stage.

If you have a thumbprint device/scanner or can collect from someone, maybe a friend, then you can complete your NYSC registration without any monetary cost.

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If you don’t have thumbprint scanner, but you have a smart phone or computer, then you can register for NYSC with just N500 or less by following the steps below:

  1. Go to the NYSC registration portal at portal.nysc.ng.org to start your registration with you computer or smart phone. NOTE: The NYSC online registration system automatically save each process you have passed through during registration. So you can logout and login any time to start from where you stopped.

  2. When you get to the stage where to thumbprint, but because you don’t have thumbprinting scanner, just log out.

  3. Go to Cyber Cafe, and tell them that you only want to do thumbprinting, they would charge you N500 or less.

  4. After thumbprinting in Cyber Cafe, log out and go back home.

  5. When you get home, login and proceed to other stage (by that time, you have passed thumbprinting)

Wow! You see how applying this method will cost you only N500! At least it is better than running away without paying.

READ: How to contact the NYSC FG

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Updated: June 2, 2019 — 8:56 am

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Humphery

Humphery is a renowned Nigerian Webmaster. He graduated from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. He served Nigeria in 2016 as an NYSC member, and has remained the NYSC info ambassador since 2017.

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  1. Thanks
    , but what about foreign graduates that have to upload their documents?

    1. The cost for scanning documents is not that high will…

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