NYSC 2023 Batch A Stream 2 Orientation Course Begins April 26th – MGT

The 2023 Batch ‘A Stream II Orientation Course has been set to take place from April 26 to May 16, 2023, according to the NYSC management.

The management has announced that the 2023 NYSC Batch A Stream II Orientation Course for Lagos and the FCT will start on May 3rd.

In Nasarawa and Niger Camps, several PCMs who have been deployed to the FCT will do their orientation course. Some PCMs who have been deployed to Lagos will complete their orientation in the camps in Ogun and Osun.

Prospective corps members can view information about their call-ups and deployment status by visiting the portal at https://portal.nysc.org.ng.

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The 26th of April 2023 is the reporting date for 2023 Batch ‘A Stream 2 Prospective Corps Members (PCMs) who were originally stationed in Lagos State but were relocated to Ogun and Osun States for their orientation course.

Additionally, on April 26, 2023, Batch ‘A Stream 2 Prospective Corps Members (PCMs) deployed to the FCT, who have been relocated to the states of Nasarawa and Niger for their orientation course, are required to report.

Additionally, all married female Prospective Corps Members (PCMs) from the 2023 Batch ‘A’ Stream 2 who are stationed in states where their husbands do not reside are required to report to the closest NYSC Orientation Camp in order to have their State of Deployment altered.

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They must show up with copies of their marriage certificates and other pertinent documents during the registration period at the orientation camps.

To avoid putting themselves at risk, prospective Corps Members are urged not to travel at night to the orientation camps.

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