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Requirements For Registration/ Mobilization Of Graduates

This is to inform all prospective corps members,
i.e. Nigerians who have graduated from
Universities and Mono/Polytechnics both at
home and abroad that when NYSC On-line
registration portal opens ensure to register on time
for mobilization.
In order to ensure a seamless registration,
prospective corps members are to note the
following for strict compliance:
1. The Website address is any of the following:

2. Locally trained prospective Corps members
are expected to use correct JAMB and
Matriculation numbers to register
3. Prospective Corps members should ensure
that they have valid and functional e-mail
addresses that they can access and Nigerian
(GSM) telephone numbers with which to
4. Foreign-trained graduates from Ghana and
Benin Republic must obtain letters of
verification and upload same for mobilisation
to be effective.
5. For locally-trained graduates, only those
whose names appear in the Senate/Academic
Board Approved Result lists submitted by
their Institutions will have access to the
register on the NYSC portal.
6. Foreign-trained prospective corps members
should ensure that their Institutions are
accredited. Where in doubt, it is their
responsibility to approach Federal Ministry of
Education for verification. The letter of
verification must be uploaded during
7. Those who graduated from Institutions
outside Nigeria, (Foreign-trained graduates),
are to visit the NYSC portal, register and
upload the following documents:
i. West African School Certificate(WASC) (with not
less than 5 Credits at 2 sittings) or its equivalent,
ii. General Certificate of Education (GCE O’ Level)
(with not less than 5 Credits at 2 sittings) or its
iii. NECO (with not less than 5 Credits at 2 sittings)
or its equivalent
iv. High School Diploma or its equivalent.
v. First Degree or Higher National Diploma (HND)
Certificate (Second Degree or Ph.D not
necessary). Letter of attestation will not be
accepted, Please.
vi. Transcript of the first Degree or HND.
vii. International travelling Passport showing data
page and date of departure for the course of
study. (Please note that you must present the
originals of the above during verification at the
Orientation camp).
viii. Letters of verification for graduates of
Institutions in Ghana, Benin Republic and any
other Institution whose accreditation is in doubt.
8. All graduates of Medicine, Pharmacy and
Medical Laboratory Science are expected to
have their Certificates of Registration with
Nigerian Medical and Dental Council of
Nigeria (NMDCN), Pharmacists Council of
Nigeria (PCN) and Medical Laboratory Science
Council of Nigeria respectively and upload
during registration. Payment receipts are not
9. It is the responsibility of the prospective corps
members who studied in non-English speaking
countries to get their Certificates and
Transcripts translated into English language
before uploading.
10. Unlike in the past, Foreign-trained graduates
should not visit NYSC Headquarters, Abuja
for verification of their documents. This
exercise will now be done at the Orientation
Camps. They should simply print their call-up
letters on-line and report at the Orientation
camps in their States of deployment, but
should come to the camp with the original
documents uploaded during registration for
11. Anybody who presents any fake document
will be demobilized and decamped. Also,
anybody not available in camp for the
verification will equally be demobilized.
12. Prospective corps members should ensure
that Passport photographs used meet the
following specifications:
i. Ensure your face (eyes, nose, ears, mouth and
jaw) is fully shown without bending
ii. Ensure the picture is centralized and fills the
iii. Ensure the Photo background is with no shadow.
13. On no account should prospective corps
members register by PROXY. They should also
remember the finger used for their biometric
capturing as this will be used for data
verification at the orientation camp. Those
who cannot be verified with their biometric at
the orientation camp will not be registered.
14. Only prospective corps members who want
their call-up numbers sent to them through
SMS and wish to PRINT their call-up letters on-
line are expected to pay the sum of Three
Thousand Naira (N3,000.00) (see NYSC Portal
on how to make payment).
15. Prospective Corps members who do not want
to pay the N3,000.00 have the option of going to
their schools to collect their call-up numbers
and call-up letters.
16. Female prospective corps members are
advised not to apply Tulips (Lalea de colorat)
on their fingers as this will void their
Biometric capturing during the verification
in camp.
17. Married female prospective corps members
(whether locally or foreign-trained) should
upload copies of their marriage Certificates,
evidence of Change of name, evidence to show
their husbands’ place of domicile and copy of
husbands’ driving licence or data page of
International passport during registration.
18. All prospective corps members who paid for
the online registration during the 2015 Batch
‘A’ and 2015 Batch 'B' Mobilisation but were
not mobilized need not pay again.
19. The orientation camp is highly regimented
and not ideal for pregnant and nursing
mothers. Those in these categories would be
registered and released immediately they
arrive at the camp. However, pregnant and nursing mothers will not be registered at the Orientation Camp.
They would wait until they are fit and ready to
go through all the programmes of the NYSC
without distractions.
20. Prospective corps members who have
problems related to mobilization should go to
the nearest NYSC Secretariats, see the
Deployment and Relocation officer and lodge
their complaints on time,
21. All Part-time graduates are also expected to
register online, even without JAMB numbers.
Such graduates have the option of paying
online and printing their Exclusion Letters or
as usual, travelling to their Institutions for
the Letters.
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