NYSC Commences 2021 Batch C Stream II Orientation Wednesday

NYSC Commences 2021 Batch C Stream II Orientation Wednesday
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By Joel Ajayi

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Batch C Stream II will start in all orientation camps on Wednesday, 24 November.


According to the NYSC, cut-off date for Registration has been slated for  midnight Sunday 28th November, 2021, while swearing-in-ceremony has been scheduled for Tuesday 30th November

Addressing Newsmen in Abuja on Friday, the Director Press and Public Relations, Mrs.

Adenike Adeyemi said the closing ceremony for the orientation would hold  Tuesday 14th December, 2021. 

Consequently, the NYSC enjoined all  Prospective Corps Members to present themselves for COVID-19 test at the camp before registration.

“Prospective Corps Members are to fill COVID-19 Rapid Diagnostic Test (RDT) self-reprinting form and print verification slip to be presented in camp for COVID-19 test. 

“All prospective Corps Members slated for the 2021 Batch ‘C’ Stream II Orientation Course are advised to proceed to their respective camps as stated on their Call-up Letters. Foreign-trained graduates are to report to the camp with their International Passports and original copies of all uploaded documents”. 

The corps management also advised prospective Corps Members to embark on night journey to the Orientation Camps in order not to endanger themselves, saying they are also advised to break their journey if it is going beyond 6:00pm and pass the night in military or police barracks, NYSC Secretariats, Corps Lodges and other safe places. 

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“PCMs should diligently read the Call-up letters as they contain all relevant information and guidelines

Similarly, the NYSC urged parents and Guardians to warn their wards to be security conscious and not board vehicles by the roadside or vehicles unregistered with the NURTW while travelling to Camp.

They are advised to use only government approved motorparks in order not to fall prey to criminals. They should equally be admonished on the dangers of travelling at night.

“We wish to inform Nigerians that all COVID-19 safety protocols will be strictly adhered to in the Orientation Camps.

“We have partnered the NCDC and State Health Officials to ensure COVID-19 free Orientation Camps. Liaison with security agencies is also on-going to ensure the safety of all Corps Members. Enquiries where in doubt should be made and NYSC will readily provide information” Adenike said. 

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Continuing, the Director Press and Public Relations noted that National Diploma (ND) Certificate will be presented in addition to other relevant documents by Prospective Corps Members of Mono/Polytechnics as pre-condition for registration at the Orientation Camps nationwide.

“Prospective Corps Members are strongly advised not to present any fake document for registration at the Orientation Camp. Management has put in place adequate machineries to clampdown and prosecute anyone caught” she said. 

“In the event of any loss of Call-up Letter, the prospective Corps Member who collected the Call-up letter from his/her institution is advised to obtain Police Report and Sworn Affidavit and thereafter report to the institution of graduation for further necessary action. Those who initially printed their Call-up Letters on-line can re-print the Call-up Letter in the case of loss.

The staggered date of reporting to camp by Prospective Corps Members is to avoid overcrowding and ensure physical and social distancing. Every Prospective Corps Member is therefore expected to come to come to camp with enough face masks and personal pocket size hand sanitizer. 

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“Sequel to the recent announcement by the presidential Steering Committee on COVID-19, PCMs are to note that effective 1st December 2021, all Federal Civil Servants (including Corps Members) will be required to show evidence of COVID-19 Vaccination before they are allowed access into offices (and orientation camps)”.

Adenike however warned that presentation of forged COVID-19 certificate is a criminal offence, adding that all married pregnant and nursing mothers not deployed to their respective husbands’ places of domicile can now proceed to the NYSC Orientation Camps within their spouses’ States of residence for Orientation course, emphasizing that they are to present for registration, in addition to other relevant documents: Evidence of marriage, Identity of husband and Evidence of husband’s place of domicile


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