NYSC Releases Tips To Guide PCMs As Orientation Camp Commences On 10th November

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The management of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has released tips to guide all prospective corps members for the forthcoming orientation course slated to commence on 10th November, 2020. Please read the tips below carefully to avoid ‘had I know’. Loan.

Before the tips, please note that your Call up letter will be ready for printing on 6th November at 12:00am. The direct link to print Call up letters will also be published at Nyscinfo.com, so stay close with us.

Tips to guide PCMs as Orientation Camp Commences on 10th November .loan

  1. Your name on your Bank Verification Number (BVN) should correspondent to the name on your documents for seamless opening of Corps members’ allowee account on orientation camp. NYSC BVN Issue: This is what every PCM should do now. loan.

  2. Prospective corps members are to strictly adhere to date of reporting on their Call up letters. You will not be allowed enterance into the orientation camp if you report on date different to what is on your call up letter.

  3. Take note of the Orientation Camp address on your Call up letter. This is because your deployed state may be different from the state of orientation camp.

  4. You must report to orientation camp with at least two washable facemasks. No facemask, no camping for you.

  5. Automobiles are not allowed in camp. In fact, check out the full list of items not allowed in camp.

  6. Foreign trained graduates should come with original documents they uploaded online. For clarity, see documents required from foreign trained graduates.

  7. Ensure you report to camp with the NCDC registration slip you printed online.

  8. Married women who did not get concessional deployment to where their husbands live should come along with their marriage documents as they can apply for redeployment from orientation camp. See list of all documents required from married women.

  9. You will not be allowed to enter orientation camp before 10th November. Those that will be reporting from far places can come a day before (9th Nov) but they should find a place to lodge outside camp.

  10. You are to come with all items specified on the Call up letter and Addendum.

  11. Covid-19 Safety protocols will be observed in the camps

13 thoughts on “NYSC Releases Tips To Guide PCMs As Orientation Camp Commences On 10th November”

  1. Kamorudeen Ibrahim Olalekan

    Good day sir,when I want to login into my dashboard, it’s written that “your login could not be completed. Ensure your entry exist in your school Senate list”.what will I do with that sir

  2. Vincent modupeoreoluwa vera

    Pls my BVN name is totally different from the name on my certificate, hope it won’t affect my opening of account in camp if YES pls what is the solution.

  3. Please the date on my callup letter is 11th November. with the incessant crowd that throngs registration, can you advice I go on the 10th?

  4. Please sir, the date and year on my green card is different from the one on my school documents hope NYSC will not penalized me in the camp? If yes what will l do?

  5. I have done my NYSC registration and l was successful and l have printed out my Green card, waiting for my call up later to be printed on the 6th November 2020 batch B which is today, checking our dashboard and input our email addresses and password this is what came out that” you have been suspended, consult your institution for rectification” l login to our accounting department group chat and my mates all are having the same problem on their dashboard. what do we do now that we are all really for service and the camp commencement date is on the 10th November 2020 we only have 3days to the camp. what do we do now? Please your suggestion and ideas please.

  6. Abdulsamad Abbas

    There is a news going around that if our dashboard keeps saying “sorry you are not in this stream” that means I’m not eligible to go to camp on 10th of this month.
    Pls how true is this?

  7. Thanks for the info. Please for opening of account, is it the final year ID card that will used and is there other documents needed for opening the account such as, National ID, Nepa bill etc??

  8. Adam Adam Bashir

    Good day sir, concerning the BVN issue,the way NYSC arrange my name is differ with the arrangement on my BVN, surname came first from NYSC while my name came first on my BNV, so I want to know sir if I can face any problem on this.

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