Nigerian Foreign-Trained Graduates Pre-Camp Verification Exercise Schedule – NYSC Batch C

Nigerian Foreign-Trained Graduates Pre-Camp Verification Exercise Schedule has been released for National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Batch C.

Nigerian Foreign-Trained Graduates Pre-Camp Verification Exercise Schedule

All NIGERIAN FOREIGN TRAINED GRADUATES should register and upload all the required academic, professional credentials (where APPLICABLE) and travel documents.

Recommended: NYSC Online Registration Procedure and Requirements.

While registering on-line, all FOREIGN TRAINED GRADUATES should choose any centre convenient for them where their credentials would be physically verified. After registration, PHYSICAL VERIFICATION of all the credentials uploaded would take place in the centres SELECTED.

Please, note that only PCMs whose credentials are physically verified would be assigned with Call-Up Numbers and subsequently print Call-Up Letters. It is therefore mandatory for all NIGERIAN FOREIGN TRAINED graduates who register
 on-line for the 2019 Batch “C” Service Year to be physically present for physical verification of their credentials.

Pre-Camp Verification Exercise Schedule for Nigerian Foreign-Trained Graduates.

Foreign-trained Prospective Corps Members Pre-Camp Verification Exercise commences on Monday, 28th October to Friday, 1st November, 2019.

The Eleven (11) centers assigned Nationwide are as follows;

  • South West: Lagos & Osun.
  • South South: Rivers & Edo.
  • South East: Enugu & Abia.
  • North East: Bauchi & Adamawa.
  • North West: Kano & Sokoto.
  • North Central: FCT.

Accordingly, Foreign-trained graduates should physically present themselves after they must have successfully registered online, alongside with original copies of their degree certificates, transcript and travel documents.

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