NYSC Batch A 2021 Online Registration Guide

If you are a fresh Nigerian graduate and have been mobilized for the National Youth Service Corps to serve in the 2021 Batch A Service Year, this post would serve as a guide before, during and after the registration process.

Be reminded that online registration for 2021 Batch A will begin on Wednesday, 3rd March, 2021, whie remobilization for 2020 Batch B will end on Tuesday, 2nd March, 2021.

Before proceeding to register, please note the following;

  • The official NYSC registration portal (https://portal.nysc.gov.ng) would be open on the 3rd of March, 2021. Click on “Mobilization 2021 Batch A”. Please note that the fresh registration link is for Prospective Corp Members (PCMs) registering for the first time

  • The revalidation link only concerns PCMs who had been previously mobilized, but did not appear at their orientation camps

  • PCMs who had registered before but did not complete the process need not register again, but proceed to log in with their username and password

  • Thumbprinting by proxy is not allowed

  • Only upload clearly visible passport photographs, and do not take same with the NYSC crested vest

  • Name Correction, Spelling errors, rearrangement, addition and removal of Name can all be done on your dashboard

  • Ensure that your Date Of Birth is correct, as it would appear on your Certificate of National Service. Note that correction of Dates of Birth would not be possible after camp registration

  • Prospective Corp Member having issues with wrongly uploaded passports and thumbprints should endeavour to lay such complaints at the State NYSC Secretariat before the orientation course, as no changes would be effected after camp registration.

  • Part-time graduates would have to register online to enable them print their exclusion letters from their dashboard when call-up letters are ready for PCMs.

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Updated: March 2, 2021 — 10:20 am

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  1. Bernard Bassey Jackson

    Good afternoon sir, please i need your help. I’m from Akwa Ibomg State and i still want to serve in Akwa Ibom State due to my work. can it be possible sir.

    here is my details
    jackson, bernard bassey

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