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NYSC Latest News For 2022 Batch C1 Orientation Course Posting

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NYSC Latest News For 2022 Batch C1 Orientation Course Posting- The NYSC 2022 Batch C1 call up letter has been released for the 2022 Batch ‘C’ Stream 1 Orientation Course slated to hold from 2nd to 22nd November, 2022.

NYSC Latest News For 2022 Batch C1 Orientation Course Posting

In line with this new information, the NYSC management has strongly advised all prospective corps members to avoid traveling at nigh to their respective orientation camps across the country.

As stated by NYSC management, Some PCMs deployed to Lagos will have their Orientation Course in Ogun, Oyo and Osun Camps. While Some PCMs deployed to FCT will have their Orientation Course in Nasarawa, Kogi and Niger Camps.

PCMs posted to Bayelsa will be communicated when to print their call-up letters and report to camp for 2022 Batch ‘C’ Stream 1

PCMs with disparity in the name on the dashboard and that of the Statement of Result will not be registered in Camp

RECOMMENDED: NYSC Batch C Stream 1 2022 Orientation Camp Course Date

PCMs are to register for COVID-19 test via the NCDC link on their dashboard. And Report to camp on the date on your Call-up Letter.

NYSC Orientation Camp Guide

It is important that you prepare yourself adequately before going to the NYSC Orientation Camp. We have compiled a detailed report on how to be fully prepared and how to survive the rigors of camp. Click Here to see all you need for NYSC Camp

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