This is to inform all the Prospective corps members (PCMs) that your name on your school documents should correspond to the name on your Bank Verification Number (BVN) for NYSC registration.
If the name on your school documents varies from what you have on BVN, you may have a huge problem during registration at NYSC Orientation camp.
The problem will begin when you would want to open NYSC allowance account, which is mandatory to open.
Whether you are a foreign trained or locally trained graduate, it is important that you have a BVN before going to the NYSC orientation camp.
Also, make sure that the name on your BVN match or correspond to the name on your school/NYSC documents.
It is necessary because in NYSC camp, every Corps member is mandated to open a new bank account with bank they do not have an account with before.
In the NYSC Orientation camp, a paper document will be given to you which will serve as ID card to open an allowance account.
The Bank officials at NYSC camp will check if the name on the paper document correspond with the name on you have on your BVN. Only if it corresponds that you will open NYSC allowance account.
Also, do not forget to go to camp with your BVN because they will ask you the number.
- Register for BVN before going to NYSC camp, if you have not registered before.
Make sure the name on your BVN correspond to the name on your school/NYSC documents.
Store your BVN on your phone for reference in case you forget it.
Dail 5650# on the line linked to your bank account to retrieve your BVN (your will be charge up to N20 for that service).
Update your BVN information, if the name on your school documents varies with what you have on BVN.
If you are not sure of what name is on your BVN, it is likely to be same with your ‘bank account name’ or go to your bank to find out.
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