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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on NYSC’s 2020 Batch B Mobilization

Prospective corps members and other critical stakeholders have been asking certain important questions and seeking clarifications on the 2020 Batch B Orientation Camp. Below are some of those questions and answers:
 

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  1. The batch starting on 10th November 2020 is 2020 Batch ‘B’ Service year. This replaces 2020 Batch ‘A’ Stream II
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  1. 2020 Batch ‘B’ Stream IA,
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  3. 2020 Batch ‘B’ Stream IB
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  5. 2020 Batch ‘B’ Stream II
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  1. Keep checking your dashboard on the NYSC portal
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  1. You will be notified through your dashboard on the NYSC portal.
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  1. Yes. You will be notified after 2020 Batch ‘B’ Stream IB.
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  1. No. All Registration for 2020 Batch ‘B’ has closed for now to enable the NYSC clear the backlog..
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  1. You can only apply for correction of date of birth through your dashboard during Online Registration (Check the NYSC website for more details). However, after registration in the Orientation Camp, you cannot change your Date of Birth.
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  1. Do not worry about this. It will be changed soon to your Stream when you have been deployed.
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  1. You are in a new Stream and will be deployed according to NYSC’s policy. Check your dashboard and re-print your Call-up Letter when you are notified to do so.
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  1. Your Corps member’s Personal Details form (Green card) will change if you are moving to new Batch. Check your dashboard and re-print your Corps member’s Personal Details form when you are notified to do so. Your Corps member’s
    Personal Details form should always contain the current NYSC Batch.
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  1. No. If the date on the Medical Certificate of fitness is more than 3 months old, you have to get another one..
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  1. No. Your Medical Certificate of fitness shows you are fit for the Orientation Course. You have to get a Medical report from a Government or Military Hospital if you want to be relocated on health grounds.
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  1. Deployment will be done according to NYSC’s deployment policy.
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  1. Deployment will be done according to NYSC’s deployment policy.
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  1. The Orientation Camp capacities have been reduced to comply with COVID-19 protocols. The NYSC Batches will be divided into Streams.
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  1. What you are to bring to Orientation Camps is printed together with the NYSC Call-up Letter. You will be expected to print an Addendum that contains things to bring to Camp.
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  1. All Prospective Corps members will be tested for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus before they are registered in the Camp. All NYSC/Camp Officials and Mammy Market Operators will also be Tested. Details will be communicated in due course.
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  1. The NYSC portal will be open for re-mobilization after the end of the Orientation Course for the current Batch (during the last Stream). Keep checking the NYSC portal (https://portal.nysc.org.ng)
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  1. You are mobilized based on your age on the day you graduated not your current age.
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  1. It is better not to laminate your Statement of result to enable easy verification of your credentials. However, if your have already laminated your documents, they will be accepted?
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  1. The reason is usually because the graduate is yet to upload some documents or fulfil all the requirements. Look carefully on your dashboard to see the reason given by the NYSC Evaluation Officers and to do the needful. Afterwards, send an email with your details to corpsmob@nysc.gov.ng notifying them that you have uploaded the required document.
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  1. All married female Prospective Corps members who upload their documents will have their maiden names changed to that of their husbands (spouse) name if they are to enjoy Concessional deployment based on marital grounds.
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  1. Once you have finished the Orientation Course, you can apply for relocation after 3 months. However, all relocation will be stopped 90 days to the end of the Service Year. Contact your Local Government Inspector (LGI) for more details.
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