Many Prospective Corps Members (PCMs) want to know why they are seeing “Sorry there is no more available state slot for deployment” when trying to register online.
This has been a big challenge to PCMs who did not register on time when others are registering.
However, no one would blame those Prospective Corps Members because most of them are delayed by their respective institutions.
However, the good news is that there is ‘light at the end of a tunnel’. So, in this post, we will explain why you see “Sorry there is no more available state slot for deployment” on your NYSC dashboard. If you are among those affected, keep reading.
Why you see “Sorry there is no more available state slot for deployment”
The reason you see that message is because you did not register on time. Those who registered before you have taken all the available state slot.
Does it mean I will not go for NYSC again?
No, that’s not what it means. You will still go for NYSC but possibly with next Stream or Batch if NYSC does not fix the problem on time.
This usually happen every Batch when online registration is about to end. The truth is that, it’s not an error; the NYSC ICT programmed their system to work that way.
So, what should I do now?
There is nothing to do except to stop your registration where possible. Please, take note of your e-mail and password because you will need it to continue your registration later.
When will NYSC allow us to complete our registration?
They will allow you to complete your registration when they open registration portal for next Stream or Batch. Or you can skip selecting state of choice. Also, if NYSC extend online registration date you will be able to complete your registration.
How will I know when they extend online registration date?
Will I begin my NYSC registration afresh?
No, once you login to your NYSC dashboard, you will begin your registration from exactly where you stopped. Please, write down your email and password somewhere because you will need it for subsequent login to your dashboard. If you forget it, ‘you are on your own.
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