NYSC 2023 Batch ‘A’ Stream 2 registration, swearing-in, and closing ceremonies for the NYSC 2023 Batch ‘A’ Stream II Orientation Course will take place on April 26, 2023. Keep in mind that the FCT and Lagos State have various dates.
The schedule for the 2023 Batch ‘A’ Stream II Orientation Course has been released by the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). This orientation introduces prospective corps members about the NYSC program in order to get them ready for their year of service in Nigeria.
The one-year mandatory national service for Nigerian graduates includes the NYSC orientation session as a crucial component. Young Nigerians have the chance to learn about their rich culture, acquire important life skills, and promote harmony among the nation’s various ethnic groups.
On Wednesday, April 26, 2023, the orientation course is scheduled to start, and registration happens the same day. The deadline for registration is Thursday, April 27, 2023 at midnight, therefore prospective corps members are urged to sign up as soon as possible. The closing ceremony will take place on Tuesday, May 16, 2023, after the swearing-in ceremony on Friday, April 28, 2023.
The orientation course will run on a slightly modified timetable for potential corps members in Lagos State and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Beginning on May 31st, 2023, and ending on May 23rd, 2023, respectively, is when the course will start and conclude.
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|Commencement||Wednesday, 26th April, 2023||2023 Batch ‘A’ Stream I Orientation Course begins|
|Registration||Wednesday, 26th April, 2023|
|Registration Cut-Off Date||Midnight Thursday, 27th April, 2023|
|Swearing-In||Friday, 28th April, 2023|
|Closing||Tuesday, 16th May, 2023||2023 Batch ‘A’ Stream I Orientation Course ends|
|FCT & Lagos State Orientation||Wednesday, 3rd May, 2023||Commencement for FCT and Lagos State|
|FCT & Lagos State Orientation||Tuesday, 23rd May, 2023||FCT and Lagos State Orientation Course ends|
Foreign-trained graduates are to report to the camp with their International Passport and original copies of all uploaded documents. All prospective Corps Members slated for the 2023 Batch ‘A’ Stream II Orientation Course are advised to proceed to their respective Camps as stated on their Call-up Letters.
To avoid putting themselves in danger, prospective Corps Members are highly encouraged not to travel at night to the orientation camps. Additionally, if their travel would take them past 6:00 p.m., they are encouraged to stop and spend the night in a military or police barracks, a NYSC Secretariat, a Corps Lodge, or another secure location. PCMs should carefully study the Call-up letters because they are filled with important instructions and information.
Parents and guardians are required to advise their children not to board cars parked by the side of the road or vehicles that are not registered with the NURTW while traveling to camp. To avoid being a victim of crime, they are encouraged to only park in government-approved car parks. They should also be warned about the risks associated with nighttime travel.
Prospective Corps Members of Mono/Polytechnics must produce a National Diploma (ND) Certificate along with other pertinent papers as a requirement for enrollment at the Orientation Camps around the country.
It is strongly urged that potential Corps Members should not register at the Orientation Camp with fictitious documents. The administration has set up the necessary tools to crack down and punish anyone found.
The prospective Corps Member who picked up the Call-up notice from his or her institution is urged to get a police report and a sworn affidavit before reporting to the institution of graduation for further action. In the event of a loss, those who first printed their call-up letters online can do so again.
Any person who refuses to make himself available for service in the Service Corps or fails to report for duty in the Service Corps as instructed by the Call-up Letter will be prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of Section 13 Subsection 1(a) and (b) of the NYSC Act, Cap. N84, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.
Additionally, anyone who attempts to join the Service Corps despite not being eligible or having received a valid Certificate of National Service or Certificate of Exemption will be prosecuted in accordance with Section 13 Subsection 2(a) and (b) of the NYSC Act, Cap. N84, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.
Now, any married women who are pregnant or nursing and who have not been deployed to their respective husbands’ homes can travel to the NYSC Orientation Camps in their spouses’ states to do the orientation course.
They must, however, be present for registration together with other pertinent documents:
- Evidence of marriage
- Identity of husband
- Evidence of husband’s place of domicile.