Sunday, March 27, 2016

LIST OF NYSC STATE OFFICES NATIONWIDE

NYSC State Secretariats
A
ABIA
NYSC Secretariat: St. Finbarr's Road
P.M.B 7225, Umuahia
Tel: 08037862255
Email: nyscabia2013@gmail.com


ADAMAWA
NYSC Secretariat Fed. Govt. Sec
P.M.B 2252, Jimeta-Yola
Tel: 08033505223
Email: adamawanysc@yahoo.com

AKWA IBOM
NYSC Secretariat Federal secretariat
P.M.B 1087, Uyo
Tel: 08055233931
Email: nysc_akwaibom@yahoo.com, nyscakwaibom13@gmail.com


ANAMBRA
NYSC Secretariat 12 Okpora Street
P.M.B 4042, Amawbia,Awka
Tel: 08033481093.
Email: anambranysc@gmail.com


B
BAUCHI
NYSC Secretariat Turaki Abdu Road, Fadamar Mada.
PMB 85, Bauch, Bauchi State.
Tel: 08038715255
Email: nyscsectbauchi@gmail.com


BAYELSA
NYSC Secretariat Block 7, Flat 1-4 Phase II, Civil Service/ FRSC Road , Yenogoa
Tel: 08069465275
Email: nyscbayelsastate@gmail.com

BENUE
NYSC Secretariat: Railway Bye-pass
P.M.B 2358, Makurdi
Tel: 08037068138
Email: nyscbenue@gmail.com,nyscbenue@yahoo.com


BORNO
NYSC Secretariat Kashim Ibrahim Road
P.M.B 1124, Maiduguri
Tel: 08030847753
Email: statenyscborno@yahoo.com


C
CROSS RIVER
NYSC Secretariat KM 5, Muritala Muhamed Way Ikot Ansa
PMB 1148, Calabar
Tel: 08035816503
Email: coordnysccrs@hotmail.com


D
DELTA
NYSC Secretariat Federal Secretariat
P.M.B 5004, Asaba
Tel: 08160278619
Email: nyscdelta@yahoo.com


E
EBONYI
NYSC Secretariat :17 Nkwerre Street
G.R.A, Abakaliki
Tel: 08034402075
Email: nysc.ebonyi@yahoo.com


EDO
NYSC Secretariat : 2 Red Cross Road off Ikpokpan Road, off Sapele Road, GRA Benin City
Tel: 08160278619
Email: nysc_edo@yahoo.com


EKITI
NYSC Secretariat: Kilometer 2, Iyin Road
P.M.B 5302, Ado Ekiti
Tel: 08035689563
Email: nyscekitistatesec@gmail.com


ENUGU
NYSC Secretariat 2 Abakaliki Road G.R.A
P.M.B 1293, Enugu
Tel: 08037012504.
Email: nysc.enugu@yahoo.com


F
FCT (ABUJA)
NYSC Secretariat : No. 25 Ndola Crescent, off Michael Okpara Street (opposite Ibro Hotel) Zone 5, Wuse, Abuja.
Tel: 08055066152.
Email: fctnysc@yahoo.com


G
GOMBE
NYSC Secretariat, along F.M.C/ Ashaka Road,
P.M.B. 036, Gombe,Gombe State.
Tel: 08033494368
Email: gombe.nysc@yahoo.com


I
IMO
NYSC Secretariat:Mbano Street Aladinma Housing Estate, Owerri
Tel: 08035659691
Email: nyscimo2@yahoo.com


J
JIGAWA
NYSC Secretariat Kigawa Road,
P.M.B 7049, Dutse.
Tel: 08023842654.
Email: nyscjigawa@yahoo.com


K
KADUNA
NYSC Secretariat: Unguwa Rimi
P.M.B 2201, Kaduna
Tel: 08097103147
Email: nysckadunasec@gmail.com


KANO
NYSC Secretariat Gwarzo Road
P.M.B 3137, Kano
Tel: 08065970600.
Email: nysckano@yahoo.com, nysckano@gmail.com


KATSINA
NYSC Secretariat Federal Secretariat Complex Katsina.
P.M.B 2034, Katsina
TEL: 08036132533
Email: nysckt@gmail.com


KEBBI
NYSC Secretariat 4 Patrick Aziza Road
P.M.B 1043, Birnin Kebbi
Tel: 07089443522
Email: nysckebbistate@yahoo.com


KOGI
NYSC State Secretariat Lokoja- Okene Road Lokongoma Phase 1,
P.M.B. 1046, Kogi State.
Tel: 08037870856
Email: nysckogistate@gmail.com


KWARA
NYSC Secretariat: Ahmadu Bello Way
P.M.B 1512, Ilorin
Tel: 08035922260
Email: nysckwarastate@gmail.com


L
LAGOS
NYSC Secretariat: Old Census Office Babs Animashun Street , Surulere Lagos
Tel: 08037103033
Email: nysclagos@gmail.com


N
NASSARAWA
NYSC Secretariat: 26 Makurdi Road
P.M.B 31, Lafia
Tel: 08037881098
Email: nysc_nasarawa@yahoo.com
NIGER
NYSC Secretariat Bosso Road
P.M.B 83, Minna
Tel: 08036795263
Email: nyscnigerstate@yahoo.com


O
OGUN
NYSC Secretariat Fed. Govt. Secretariat
P.M.B 2093, Abeokuta
Tel: 08162761900
Email: nysc_ogun@yahoo.com


ONDO
NYSC Secretariat Fed. Govt. Secretariat Complex
P.M.B 718, Akure
Tel: 08055646808
Email: ondostatenysc@yahoo.com


OSUN
NYSC Secretariat New Ikirun road
P.M.B 4370, Oshogbo
Tel: 08077161555
Website: www.nyscosun.org
Email: nyscosunstate@hotmail.com


OYO
NYSC Secretariat :Former 2, Mech. Drive
P.M.B 5500, Ibadan
Tel: 08035399787
Email: oyonysc@gmail.com


P
PLATEAU
NYSC Secretariat: Old Miango Road, Kufan Opp.Chindi Hotel,
P.M.B 2258, Jos.
Tel: 07032804963
Email: plateauofficialnysc@gmail.com
R
RIVERS
NYSC Secretariat :40 Ikwerre Road
P.M.B 5210, Port Harcourt
Tel: 08165868000
Email: nyscriversstate@gmail.com


S
SOKOTO
NYSC Secretariat Birnin Kebbi Road , Sokoto
Tel: 08067315409
Email: nyscsokotostate@gmail.com


T
TARABA
State Secretariat: NYSC Secretariat 118 Hammaruwa way,
PMB 1058 Jalingo, Taraba State.
Tel: 08036465379
Email: nysctarabastate@gmail.com


Y
YOBE
NYSC Secretariat State secretariat Phase 1 ,
P.M.B 1026, Damaturu
Tel: 08032616151
Email: nyscyobe13113@gmail.com


Z
ZAMFARA
NYSC Secretariat Sokoto Road , Gada Biyu
P.M.B 1026, Gusau
Tel: 08035601633
Email: nysc_zamfara@yahoo.com

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

JAMB 2016/2017 Change Of Course Begins: Read This Before Changing Your Course

The JAMB change of course 2016/2017 is currently ongoing,as we posted earlier,you are suppose to change your course/institution before the JAMB closing Date.

The aim of this post is to help and guide you in other to avoid mistakes that may not be corrected after changing your course,so if you have not done yours,kindly take 5-10 minutes to go through this post before proceeding.

JAMB 2016 Change Of Course: Read This Before Changing Your Course

Here are the things to not before changing your course:
=»1. O’level And UTME Combination:
Many JAMB candidates do not bear this in mind before purchasing their form,you ought to first confirm that your UTME Subject combination and your O’level result tallies with the required criteria needed to be admitted to study that particular course since many institutions have specific standard requirements for all courses offered.

=»2. Changing From Course Not Related To Your UTME Combination:
You read the heading right? You have to put it at the back of your mind when filling the form, imagine candidates who sat for science-related subjects in JAMB requesting to change their courses to a management-related course. There is no way any institution will admit you into a course that you did not meet the standard requirement to study. Avoid this mistake and choose wisely the course related with the one you sat for on your UTME exam.

=»3. Choosing Wrong Institution:
For candidates didn’t meet with their institution cut off mark and wish to change, you better make sure you are choosing the right institution,before changing your institution make sure you know the cut off mark,and you are that you beat the cut of mark. Also ensure that the institution are offering the course you are applying.


Click Here on How to Apply

http://www.ngschoolz.com/jamb-2016-change-of-course/

Monday, December 28, 2015

5 Reasons Most JAMB Student Are Not Offered Admission Despite High Post-utme Score

Most admission seekers are often times left confused trying to get the reason they were not offered admission to the institution of their choice despite having a very high UTME score. At times, having a high Post-UTME is not a guarantee for admission. The following are the reasons students may not be offered admission despite having a high post-UTME score;

1 Wrong UTME combination

This is one of the reasons a number of students lose admission despite beating the post-UTME cut-off point. Even at times, some students are being stripped of their admission or moved to another department during the process of first-year registration simply because of wrong JAMB subject combination. For instance, a student seeking admission to study mass communication would definitely lose the admission if he or she did not take Literature-in-English as part of the four subjects for the UTME exam. Similarly, a student seeking admission to study Physics and Electronics should definitely select Physics as part of his UTME subject combination. Before any student fills his or her JAMB form, he or she should painstakingly go through the JAMB Brochure to know the right subject combination for his or her course of study.

2. University’s catchment area

Most federal universities, including some state universities, still retain the policy of catchment area in selecting students for admission. For instance, UNILAG catchment area constitutes majorly South Western states. What this implies is; prospective students from the South West have higher chances of gaining admission. For example, a prospective student from Osun state who scored 56, applying to study sociology may be offered admission while another student from Imo state who scored 60 may not be offered admission. This is so because if the catchment cut-off point for Osun is 56 while the general cut-off is 62, such a student from Imo state has definitely lost the admission despite having a higher score than his counterpart from the catchment zone. In view of the above, admission seekers should always be aware of a university’s catchment area and requirements before selecting any university.

3. University policy

Despite the general catchment area policy, some universities still have their individual policy they adopt as yardstick in admitting students. Oftentimes, such policies are not made public. It is therefore the duty of admission seekers to find out specific admission policies of their prospective universities from friends schooling in such universities.

4. Low UTME score

Often times, I pity most Jambites who score within the range of 180 and 210 because such scores limit their chances of gaining admission in a situation where they have to compete for the same admission slot with students who score as high as 250 and above. And most universities still compute both UTTME and post-UTME scores in calculating the student’s average score. Hence, having a low UTME score can also hinder one’s opportunity of gaining admission. It is always advisable for students to try to score 250 and above in order to be on a safer side. As a matter of fact, it is very necessary concerning the JAMB policy of redirecting students with lower UTME scores to less-competitive universities.

5. O’level result

I do advise admission seekers to pass ALL the necessary subjects in their O’level exam(s) very well before going ahead to take UTME exam. I have met with lots of students who lost their admission because they did not have at least credit pass in some important subjects in their O’level result. Recently, I met with a student who lost his admission to study medicine at Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye (OOU) because he did not have at least a credit pass in Mathematics in his O’level result. In fact, I felt very sorry for him because gaining admission to study a competitive course such as medicine is not easy.

source
http://myschoolwahala.blogspot.com.ng/2015/12/5-reasons-most-students-are-not-offered.html

Thursday, November 12, 2015

The Do's and Dont's of JAMB Computer Based Test CBT

Do’s and Dont’s of Computer Based Test (CBT)

 The Do’s and Don’t’s of Computer Based Examination.

Go to Examination Center Very Early

Why go to the examination center very early? Well, you need to know that at the examination center, there will be a data verification exercise to check if your biometrics are actually correct. The Joint Admission and Matriculation Examination Board (JAMB) conducts this to ensure that there is no impersonation and to verify that your data were correct during the registration exercise. Dear, don’t be surprised that no matter how early you go, you will see people who came earlier than you and you will have to queue up… Don’t even imagine the stress. The earlier the better. This will not only save you time, but also energy and zeal. Going early will enable you complete all checks on time and you will be able to settle down before the commencement of your examination.
In addition, in case any problem arises, may be you have a little problem with your data, you will be able to solve it on time and save yourself from running up and down while your colleagues are already settled down. You know, unsettled mind is not good for exam. If your system is already scattered before the exam starts, how will it be when you see the questions?

Listen to instructions

Before the examination starts, you will be addressed and instructed by the instructors or coordinators of the e-exam center. It is very important that you listen attentively to all the instructions to avoid stories that touch. This is another reason why you need to go to the examination center early.

Don’t Proof ‘I-too-know’

In the examination hall, it is “One candidate, one computer”. And as you’ve already known, you’re on your own. If you have been the computer guru type, please don’t show off. Don’t attempt to use any short-cut keys. Don’t use the keyboard “Backspace”, don’t press F5 to refresh. In fact, don’t try anything outside the instruction (I dey beg you, lol).

Don’t waste time

Be time conscious. Each candidate is given equal timing. Immediately you hit the start button, the countdown timer starts and once it reaches zero, you’re done. There is no extra time and there is nothing like “Please sir, I haven’t completed it yet”. It will automatically submit for you whichever number of questions you’ve successfully answered will be recorded.
So, you are advised to avoid wasting of time. Don’t get stucked on question(s) you don’t know. Don’t waste time doing calculations of one difficult question while you can skip to next. Answer all the simple questions you know first. Then navigate back to the skipped questions and then calmly solve them. Remember: “All question carries equal marks” so, why waste time solving one tough question when there are five simple questions to gain marks and time?

Don’t Be Afraid

Fear is your enemy, don’t be afraid. Conquer your fear, free your mind and stay calm.
Finally, efficiency without God’s sufficiency is a deficiency. Put your trust in God, believe in yourself and it shall be well with you.
We look forward to seeing you jump up in joy with… Yes! I made it!
Good luck.


Sources = http://www.acecbt.com/dos-donts-computer-based-test-cbt/

Thursday, November 5, 2015

GRADUATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP FUND (GEF)



BANK OF INDUSTRY



GRADUATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP FUND (GEF)
CALL FOR ENTRIES


The Graduate Entrepreneurship Fund (GEF) is a special N2 billion empowerment programme for serving members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) which was launched on October 5, 2015. This novel scheme, which is a joint initiative of the Bank of Industry (BOI) and the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), has the following objectives:

  • Encourage graduates of tertiary institutions currently undergoing the compulsory one-year NYSC programme, to venture into business and become employers of labour rather than job seekers.
  • Address the entrepreneurship capacity gap of the NYSC members who are expected to produce bankable business plans after the three-day capacity building programme.
  • Deepen financial inclusion by de-risking the NYSC members and making them eligible for concessional loans ranging between N500.000 and N2 million to be provided by BOI.
  • Ensure sustainability of the businesses of the eventual loan beneficiaries through effective monitoring by the NYSC Directorate and BOI.

The GEF programme comprises the following:

a. Online Business Plan Competition to select the most promising real sector business ideas.    Selection/screening of participants shall be done via the GEF online application portal:
         www boinigeria.com
  1. Three days intensive entrepreneurship capacity building programme.
  2. Loan amount of up to N2 million to be provided to each successful participant with bankable business plans within BOI's 35 SME clusters

(list at BOI's website: www.boi.ng), at an interest rate of 9% per annum, with tenors ranging from 3-5 years inclusive of 6 -12 months moratorium period.

The Capacity Building Programme is scheduled to hold simultaneously at the following
venues:


S/N
Geo-Political Zone/State
NYSC Camp Location
1
South-South
Former Martins TTC, Issele-Uku, Aniocha North
L.G.A, Delta State.
2
South-East
Umunna, Bende L.G.A, Abia State.
3
South-West
Aisu College Hospital Road, Ede, Osun State.
4
North-East
Government College, Jalingo, Taraba State.
5
North-Central
Mangu, Plateau State.
6
North-West
Mani Road, Katsina, Katsina State.
7
Lagos
lyana Ipaja, Agege, Lagos State.

The Entrepreneurship Capacity Building Programme will make place at the above stated centre between 18th – 20th November, 2015. Interested serving NYSC members are hereby requested to apply online immediately.

Application closes by midnight of 3rd November, 2015.


Management
Bank of Industry

14—Vanguard, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2015

Monday, November 2, 2015

JAMB 2016 More Preferred (Second Choice) List of Universities

LIST OF UNIVERSITIES FOUND IN 2016 JAMB MORE PREFERRED SECOND CHOICE


The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board JAMB has said that it has made some modifications on the 2016/2017 registration as it concerns selection of institutions by candidates.

According to the Public Relations Officer of the board, Dr Fabian Benjamin, the board has made provision for “preferred choice” to give candidates ample opportunity of gaining admission.

In his words, “What we did initially was that you only have one choice. Now, we have made it in such a way that if you miss the University of Lagos; University of Nigeria, Nsukka; Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, and Ahmadu Bello University, Zaira, you will have an opportunity of going to another school.

Before, all universities will be in first and second choice and that will not solve any problem. We have now decided to put a few of those schools we feel will have more spaces as more preferred.

Institutions placed on the more preferred choice are those that are mostly not oversubscribed. This is because it will not make any sense if you place institutions like the ABU, UNILAG, OAU and UNN, when in actual sense they cannot even admit one third of the candidates that will choose them as most preferred.”




Abia State University, Uturu.
Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi
Achievers University Owo
Adamawa State University, Abi,
Adeteke University, Ede, Osun State
Adeniran Ogunsanya College Of Education, Otto/ljanikin, Lagos (affliated To Ekiti State University)
Afe Babalda University , Ado-Ekiti
Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo
Akwa I bom State University, Ikot-Akpaden
M- Hikmah University, llorin
A-Qalam University, Katsina
American University Of Nigeria , Yola
Anambra State University, Uli
Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi (affiliated To Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka)
Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo,
Baze University, Fct, Abuja
Bells University Of Technology, Ota
Benson Idahosa University, Benin City
Bingham University, Karu
Bo wen University, Iwo
Caleb University, Imota
Caritas University, Amorji-Nike, Enugu
Catholic Institution Of West Africa, Port Harcourt (affliated To University Of Calabar, Cross River St
Claretain Institute Of Philosophy, Nekede (affliated To Evan University, Owerri, I mo State.)
College Of Arabic And Islamic Legal Studies, llorin (affiliated To Bayero University, Kano)
College Of Education, Agbor (affliated To Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State.)
College Of Education, Akwanga (affliated To Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna State.)
College Of Education, Azare (affliated To University Of Maiduguri, Borno State)
College Of Education, Ikere Ekiti (affliated To University Of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State)
College Of Education, Warn (affliated To Delta State University, Abraka, Delta)
Covenant University, Canaan Land, Ota
Crawford University Of Apostolic Faith Mission Faith City, Igbesa
Crescent University, Abeokuta
Cross Rivers University Of Technology, Calabar
Dominican Institute, Samonda, Ibadan (affliated To University Of Ibadan, Oyo State)
Ecwa Theological Seminary, Igbaja (affliated To University Of Ibadan, Oyo State)
Bizade University, llara-Mokin, Ondo State
Emmanuel Aayande College Of Education, Oyo (affliated To Ekiti State University)
Enugu State College Of Education, (technical), Enugu (affliated To Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka,
Enugu State University Of Science And Technology, Enugu
Evangel University, Akaeze, Ebonyi State
Fed College Of Educ. (special), Oyo
Fed College Of Educ. (tech.) Umunze, Affiliated To (nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka)
Fed College Of Educ. (tech.), Omoku, Omoku , Affiliated To (university Of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu Sta
Federal College Of Education (technical), Asaba (affiliated To University Of Benin, Benin City)
Federal College Of Education (technical), Asba, (affiliated To Federal University Of Technology, Minrw
Federal College Of Education, (technical), Potiskum (affliated To Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University;
Federal College Of Education, Abeokuta (affiliated To University Of Ibadan)
Federal College Of Education, Kano (affliated To Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna State)
Federal College Of Education, Katsina (affliated To Bayero University, Kano State.)
Federal College Of Education, Kontagora (affliated To Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna State)
Federal College Of Education, Obudu, Cross River State, (affiliated To University Of Calabar, Calabar
Federal College Of Education, Okene (affiliated To University Of Ibadan)
Federal College Of Education, Yola (affiliated To Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.)
Federal College Of Education, Zaria (affliated To Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna State)
Federal University, Birnin-Kebbi, Kebbi State
Federal University, Gashua, Yobe State
Federal University, Gusau, Zamfara State
Fountain University, Osogbo
Godfrey Okoye University, Urgwuomu- Nike
Gregory University, Uturu, Abia State
Igbinedion University, Okada, Benin City
Ignatius Ajuru University Of Education, Port Harcourt
Immanuel College Of Technology And Christian Education , Samonda, Ibadan (affliated To University C
Jigawa State College Of Education, Gumel (affiliated To Bayero University, Kano)
Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji-Arakeji,
Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna (affliated To Federal University Of Technology, Minna Niger State)
Kano University Of Science And Technology, Wudil
Kebbi State University Of Science And Technology, fliro
Kwara State College Of Education, (technical), Lafia (affliated To Ahmadu Bedo University, Zaria, Kad
Kwara State University, Malete, llorin
Lagos State University, Ojo,
Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State
Lead City University , Ibadan
Madonna University, Okija
Mcpherson University, Seriki Sotayo, Ogun State
Michael Otedola College Of Primary Education, Noforija, Epe, Lagos (affliated To Ekiti State Universit
AVodibo Adama University Of Technology, Yola
National Film Institute, Jos (affiliated To University Of Jos, Jos)
Nigeria Turkish Nile University , Abuja
Northwest University, Kano, Kano State
Novena University Ogume
Nwafor Orizu College Of Education, Nsugbe (affliated To University Of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State)
Obong University, Obong, Ntak
Federal University, Gashua, Yobe State
Federal University, Gusau, Zamfara State
Fountain University, Osogbo
Godfrey Okoye University, Urgwuomu- Nike
Gregory University, Uturu, Abia State
Igbinedion University, Okada, Benin City
Ignatius Ajuru University Of Education, Port Harcourt
Immanuel College Of Technology And Christian Education , Samonda, Ibadan (affliated To University C
Jigawa State College Of Education, Gumel (affiliated To Bayero University, Kano)
Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji-Arakeji,
Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna (affliated To Federal University Of Technology, Minna Niger State)
Kano University Of Science And Technology, Wudil
Kebbi State University Of Science And Technology, fliro
Kwara State College Of Education, (technical), Lafia (affliated To Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kad
Kwara State University, A\alete, llorin
Lagos State University, Ojo,
Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State
Lead City University , Ibadan
Madonna University, Okija
Mcpherson University, Seriki Sotayo, Ogun State
Michael Otedola College Of Primary Education, Noforija, Epe, Lagos (affliated To Ekiti State Universit
AVodibo Adama University Of Technology, Yola
National Film Institute, Jos (affiliated To University Of Jos, Jos)
Nigeria Turkish Nile University , Abuja
Northwest University, Kano, Kano State
Novena University Ogume
Nwafor Orizu College Of Education, Nsugbe (affliated To University Of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State)
Obong University, Obong, Ntak
Oduduwa University, Ipetumodu
Ondo State University Of Science And Technology, Okitipupa
Osun State College Of Education, lla-Orangun (affliated To Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti, Ekiti Sta
Osun State College Of Education, llesa (affliated To University Of Ibadan, Oyo State)
Pan-Atlantic University, Ahmed Onibudo Street, Victoria Island, Lagos
Paul University, Awka
Redeemers University
Renaissance University, Ojiagu-Agbani, Enugu
Rhema University , Obeama, Rivers State
Saadatu Rimi College Of Education, Kumbotso (affiliated To Bayero University, Kano)
Salem University, Lokoja
Samuel Adegboyega University, Ogwa, Edo State
Seat Of Wisdom Seminary, Owerri (affliated To Evan University, Owerri, I mo State)
Seminary Of M Saints, Uhiele, Ekpoma, Edo State (affiliated To University Of Benin, Benin City)
Sokoyo State University, Sokoto
Southwestern University, Okun-Owa, Ogun State
Spiritan School Of Philosophy, Issienu, Nsukka, (affliated To University Of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu Sta
St. Augustine's College Of Education, Akoka, Lagos (affliated To University Of Ibadan, Oyo State)
St. Peter And Paul Seminary Bodija, Ibadan (affliated To University Of Ibadan)
St-Joseph A\ajor Seminary , Ikot-Ekpene (affliated To University Of Uyo, Akwa-lbom State)
Sule Lamido University, Kafin Hausa, Jigawa State
Tai Solarin University Of Education, I jagun,
Tansain University, Oba, Anambra State
Taraba State University, Jalingo
Umar Suleiman College Of Education, Gashua, Yobe State (affliated To University Of Maiduguri, Borne
Umca, llorin (affliated To University Of Ibadan, Oyo State)
University Of Maiduguri,
University Of Mkar, Gboko
Veritas University, Abuja
Wetlspring University, Irhihi/Ogbaneki, Benin City
Wesley University Of Science And Technology. Ondo
Western Delta University, Oghara, Delta State
Yaba College Of Technology, Yaba (affliated To University Of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State)
Yobe State University, Damaturu

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

NYSC BATCH B 2015 MOBILIZATION TIME TABLE



NYSC Mobilization Time Table For 2015 Batch B
S/NO
Event
Date
1
2015 Batch "B" Pre-Mobilization Workshop.
21st - 24th July,2015
2
Briefing/Sensitization of Final Year Students/Prospective Corps Members.
4th - 14th August, 2015
3
Display of list of all approved programmes for institutions on NYSC portal for cross checking.
4th - 14th August, 2015
4
Collation of prospective Corps Members' data by Corps producing institutions.
31st July - 21st August, 2015
5
Submission/Uploading of Senate/Academic Board Approved Result for Full/Part-Time Graduates and revalidation lists by Corps Producing Institutions (CPIs).
24th August - 2nd September, 2015
6
Uploading of corrected lists by Corps Producing Institutions.
1st -  7th  September, 2015
7
On-line registration by Foreign and Locally trained Nigerian Graduates.
8th  September -  9th October, 2015
8
Entertainment of compliants from Prospective Corps Members by the State Deployment & Relocation Officers.
9th  -  16th  October, 2015
9
Forwarding compliants to Mobilisation Department by State Deployment & Relocation Officers.
9th - 16th  October, 2015
10
On-line delivery of print-outs to Corps Producing Institutions (CPIs).
9th - 16th  October, 2015
11
Deployment and printing of call-up letters by ICT.
14th - 20th October, 2015
12
Notification/on-line printing of call-up letters.
21st - 26th October, 2015
13
2015 Batch 'B' Orientation Course.
28th October - 16th November 2015 (Stream I)
25th November - 14th December 2015 (Stream II)