NYSC 2017 Batch B to resume camp on 14th of November 2017

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NYSC 2017 Batch B to resume camp on 14th of November 2017. Online registration to start 10th of October 2017.
 Nysc batch B
Stream1
Nov/Dec
Nysc batch B 
Stream2
Jan/Feb



 NYSC REGISTRATION FORM SAMPLE
PCMS TRY MASTER BEFORE COMMENCEMENT OF REGISTRATION SO YOU CAN HAVE A STRESSLESS AND WELL PREPARED ONE.‎

*Jamb Reg number
*Matric No.
*First Name, middle name
*Surname
*Date of Birth
*Place of Birth
*Gender
*Marital Status
*Already Have a Previous Call-up? Yes or No
*Space for passport___
*Physically Challenged?
*Nationality
*State of origin
*Local Government Area
*Present contact Address
*Permanent Address
*Town/ village
*NEXT OF KIN DATA NEXT OF KIN(1)
NEXT OF KIN (2) Name: Relationship: GSM
number: Address: Town: State:
*INSTITUTION ATTENDED:
Primary school details. From: To:
Secondary school details. From: To:
Award: Date of Graduation:
*HIGHER INSTITUTION DETAILS
Institution: From: To: Course: Award:
*MILITARY PERSONNEL? *PARAMILITARY?
*NATIONAL AWARD HONOUR?
*Are you a serving member of Nigerian?
*Armed Force (NAF, NA, or NAVY) and served
for minimum of 9 months? Yes No *Are you
a serving member of National Intelligence
Agency (NIA)? Yes No
*Are you a serving member of Nigerian
Police Force (NPF)? Yes
No.
*Are you a National Awardee? Yes No
*Nigerian Language(s) you speak____
____ ____ _____
*Nigerian State(s)
visited____ ____ ____
____ ____ ___ 

*KITS ‎SPECIFICATION:‎
S/N SIZE LENGHT CHEST NECK 1 Small 30-32
32-35 12-14 2 Medium 32-33 36-38 14-15
3 Large 35-36 38-40 15-16 4 X-Large 36-38
40-42 16-17 5 XXLarge 38-40 44-46 18-20
*S/N SIZE LENGHT CHEST NECK 1 Small 40-41
28-32 18-20 2 Medium 41-42 34-36 20-21
3 Large 42-43 36-38 21-22 4 X-Large 43-44
38-38 22-23.

NB: *I post this here so you can write them down, get used to them b4 going to d cybercafe to avoid mistakes*‎

NYSC PREPARATION SAGA                                                                 

For those who are yet to come across this, please read to the end. It serves as reminder to those already read it. 

You will be asked to choose the state of your choice.  So you can check out this for you to know where you can serve and where you are free to choose. ..............You can serve in your geo political zone. But not the state the school you 
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1. Very Important Ones
a. Statement of Result
b. School ID Card
c. Passport photographs (30 copies, Surplus is better than
inadequacy)
d. Call-Up Letter (DO NOT laminate it please)
e. A Clear Bag file (To house the above items)
NB: Get 10 photocopies each of items A,B, and D above.
The copies may be surplus.

2. Important Ones (For your Convenience)
a. Stapler, pin and office gum (will save you the stress of
‘borrow-me’)
b. Two or three white T-shirts and shorts (You will be
given two sets but you may not like the quality)
c. Two or three pairs of socks and a white rubber tennis
shoes (for rainy days)
d. Bathroom slippers and Dettol
f. Two plastic buckets (You can buy it in the camp but it
will be more expensive) and a permanent marker
g. Sponge and its case, bath-soap and detergent
h. Bedsheet, towel and wrapper and two pairs of casual
wear
i. Mosquito Net (not compulsory)
j. Handkerchiefs (very important especially for those that
sweat)
k. Waist bag (very very important for housing your phones,
ID Cards, Handkerchief, biros, etc)
l. Novels
m. Small-sized Torchlight/Rechargeable lamp (small one
please)
n. Your ATM card(s)
o. Cooler cup and spoon
p. Phone and charger
q. Beverages
r. Ladies could add any other few conveniences. I believe
you understand me
s. Money! Money! Money! Hold good cash please 15k to 30k
depending on how you spend.

3.      Go Early:
Please, no matter how close the camp might be to your
street, enable to go early. If you are posted to a far state,
go the day before the camp opens. They will allow you in.
Going late will make you go through registration stress. Be
warned!

4.        Screening:
The screening starts at the gate, where your loads are
open and thoroughly search. They don’t want you to bring
in prohibited items like iron, knives, bombs, etc.

5. Registration:
The first registration will certainly be for hostel/bedspace, where you will be given tags to identify with. Then the paper registrations proper follows. try as much as possible to make everything available. Look out for information
pasted on walls. Follow instructions strictly.

   6. Your Kits:
During the registration, you will get all your kits (shirts,
shorts and shoes). Use the marker to write your Code
Number (CN) on them ‘sharp-sharp” You will also be
given a tag that will show your CN. That will be your ID
Card temporarily. You take it everywhere in camp. You will
be given a meal ticket. Misplace it and forget about NYSC
food.

7.      Duration:
You will be in the camp for 20 full days. The 21st day is
the day you will be leaving the camp.

8. No Room For Casual Wears:
Immediately you have your kits, only your T-shirt and
shorts with the tennis shoe are allowed on you. No room
for casual wears. Parade/marching training starts
immediately. The soldiers will not give you breathing
space at all. You will have the first one that same Day
One. Watch Out! people could be fainting on the Parade
Ground. You won’t faint, calm down… So eat well. It’s the
stress that causes their fainting.

9.      Morning Regimented          Programme:
A small trumpet wakes you at 4am. Everybody gathers at
the Parade Ground (PG) at 4:30am. You have your praise,
worship and prayer the Christian and Muslim ways. After
the morning admonitions, by 7am, breakfast follows! After
eating, you will be called out again for the series of
programmes lined up for you. Then you have your lunch.
Rest a little and you are out again for evening parade.
Then later your dinner. This will repeat itself everyday
perhaps except on Sunday.

10.   Hate The Food And Feed Yourselves At Your Costs:
You may not like the food. You can always go to the
Mammy Market (MM) i.e the Camp Market to fill your
‘tank’ with delicacies at your cost.

11. Stealing:
Stealing is prevalently prevailing at the Camp. This is
‘legalised’. They can steal anything. Be wise.

12. Soldiers:
Please I beckon on you all to respect and obey them.
although they are not permitted to beat you, however, they
can punish you. No walking, its all jogging when they call
you. Don’t prostrate or kneel down greeting a soldier. Do it
the soldier way. They could be friendly anyway.

13. Allawee:
Your first allowance (#19, 800) will be given to you in the
camp, and it will be in cash. All other ones will be through
the bank. You will also get Bicycle Allowance.

14.     Photography:
Photographers are going to be everywhere ready to snap
you, please be prudent in spending.

15. By Now You are Done With Camp And Going To Your
Place Of Primary Assignment:
You will be posted from the camp to where you will work.
The place you work in is called your Place of Primary
Assignment (PPA).

Hear this: most Corps members, I mean about 90% of the
Corpers will be posted to schools (especially primary and
secondary schools). Only VERY FEW will be posted to the
universities, polytechnics and Colleges. Please! Don’t
lobby for your posting. Don’t pay anybody for assistance.
Pray rather than pay. Gone are the days when Corps
Members are posted to Banks and Co. Receive the
shocking or expected postings as you receive your letters
with joy. It’s a clarion call to service; that’s what dey call
it.

16. Transportation Out Of Camp:
When you get your Posting Letter, the first place to go to
is your PPA. If you are identified with the Fellowship in
camp, you may first report at the temporary lodge they will
provide.
Then you could report at your PPA later same day or the
following day. Please, when you leave the camp, home-
sweet-home will be on your mind, having been used up in
the camp. But please, don’t go home straight.
Please! Very few of your employers (i.e. PPAs) will send
down vehicles to convey you from the camp to their
workplaces.
Private and some Govt higher education institutions do.
The Fellowship too make arrangement for you at your
cost. Commercial transporters will likely be
available at the gate too. Be wise.

17.   Accommodation At PPA:
You don’t know anybody in Benue or Kogi or Borno State Where will you
sleep on the first day? The Fellowship may give you a
temporary accommodation pending the time you will have
to get yours. You could be lucky if your employer gives
you a room. Many of them don’t give Corpers
accommodation anyway. So be prepared to rent one at
your cost. Your first ‘allowee’ which you received in the
camp is already going down!

18. Clearance:
This is why you don’t have to go home straight. Your
registration (clearance) at the NYSC Office in the Local
Govt you will be posted to is important. Failure to
complete it before going home is the beginning of your
problem.
He may begin to have problems with the subsequent
monthly allowances. Do all registrations first. Then you
can take permission to go home. It seems Long process in your face, You wil get to
know why it’s so soon.

Thanks

ttb
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3 comments:

  1. The Nysc redeployment scheme was established based on three main factors, Marital or Health ground and recently added Security ground. But many of us only talk about redeployment if the state of deployment isn’t favorable to us or probably surrounded by life and death situation (Boko haram). Many corps members wants to redeploy to another state closer to home or if possible demobilized home, But what many don’t understand is the procedure to follow, who to approach, and on what grounds will a redeployment request be considered by NYSC board.i was opportune to meet with one of the redeployment officer Mr Rufus which in turn has helped a lot of people you can easily get redeployed/relocated to any state of your choice and your primary place of assignment call Mr Rufus now on 08159875076

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