Are you a Corps member or Prospective Corps Member (PCM)? Do you want to know how to login to your NYSC dashboard? If your answer is ‘yes’, then this post provides guide on how to login to your dashboard on NYSC portal.
Those who have been finding it difficult to access their dashboard or account, should carefully read this post till the end.
Corps members’ dashboard is a type of graphical user interface on NYSC portal which often provides at a glance your profile account and other important information. NYSC can communicate or send message accross to corps members through their dashboards. You can login to your dashboard using either your smartphone or computer by entering your email and password as used during the online registration.
One good thing about NYSC portal is that it’s free to login and log out at will. Another good thing is, it does not really matter if you’re using a mobile device or computer.
Official NYSC websites
As we all know, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has three official website;
The second website, https://portal.nysc.org.ng is the site through which to login to your NYSC dashboard.
How to login to your dashboard on NYSC portal
To login to your portal dashboard, follow the steps below;
- Go to portal.nysc.org.ng.
Click on login icon.
Enter your email address and password in the space provided.
Click on “Resume” button.
Once you click on “Resume”, it will take you straight to your dashboard.
Note: The email address and password require are those you created during online registration.
Things you can do on NYSC portal
When you successfully login to your NYSC account, there are several things you can do on your dashboard, these include;
- NYSC online registration,
- Printing of NYSC Green Card or Registration Slip,
- Apply for name correction,
- Printing of Call-up Letter,
- Checking NYSC posting,
- Apply for correction of Date of Birth.
Apart from things listed above, there other task that can be carried on the portal.
If you have any question, go to the comment section below.
Note: this post was first published on nyscinfo.com.