In other words, below is the full guide to NYSC mobilization registration.
I will be as concise as possible. But justice will only be done if I don’t leave out anything significant.
This post will cover areas including:
- Checking up names in the JAMB matriculation list (Check here for 2019-and-above candidates)
- Checking up names in the NYSC senate list
- Registration for NYSC mobilization
The first two are separate topics though, yet they must equally feature here (as briefly as possible) for those who may not have time to read them separately. If you have the time and need to, kindly read them before proceeding.
NYSC Time-Table for Batch A/B and C (Official and Updated)
Checking Up Names In The Matriculation List
Every prospective corps member must check for his or her names in the JAMB matriculation list in order to be sure that he will not miss the train to this year’s service.
This matriculating list is designed by JAMB to let applicants be aware that their names had been submitted and processed for NYSC by the body.
This is the only way NYSC can know that you’ve been offered admission by JAMB.
If for any reason, you’re not on the matriculation list, kindly follow my guide in the post “How to Check Matriculation List on JAMB Portal and Solutions to Issues”.
That post contains perfect solutions to your issues.
Check Your names in the NYSC Senate list.
Just as JAMB will forward your information to NYSC that, you’re given admission through them, your school management must equally forward your name. This will give NYSC the assurance that you’re a bonafide graduating student of your school.
|These are details needed to check the NYSC senate list.|
Your name may not be in the Senate list if:
- your school has not sent the names of their graduating students
- you’re having personal or academic issues with the school management
- your school is not mobilizing graduates for the service year
To check the Senate list, check my post, “NYSC Senate List: How to Check Your Name”
Complete NYSC Mobilization Registration
The main focus of this post is the registration for NYSC. There are five stages to register for your mobilization.
- Create Registration link
- Fill your pre-registration form
- Capture fingerprint and biometrics
- Fill the full registration form
- Make payment for the call-up letters
1. Get Registration Link to Create Profile
Before you start this stage, you must have your email and its password handy. You must equally have logged into your email.
Then, visit the registration portal. There, you should click on “Fresh Registration”.
The Fresh registration option is meant for someone who has not registered for NYSC in the past. Whereas, the “Revalidation” option is for those who have been mobilized before but for one reason or the other did not show up for camping or posting.
For more on revalidation, ready my post “NYSC re-validation: Step by Step Guide”
|The first stage of NYSC registration is to create a profile|
At the resulting page, you’re to fill your email and answer one of the security questions. Then, submit.
A confirmation link will be sent to the email supplied. Check your inbox/spam. Click the link, then you will be taken to a new basic form where you will choose the university/polytechnic you attended. Then, you’re to supply some information including JAMB registration and Matric Number.
After entering those details above, the form should automatically display your other information as sent to NYSC by your school and JAMB.
If any of the details supplied above is incorrect or your school hasn’t sent their Senate list, you will receive an error message.
Supply other details including phone number and password you want for NYSC profile
2. Take Biometric/Fingerprint
This stage is probably not what you can handle yourself. You will need a biometric scanner called UareU here. Hence, you may need the service of an accredited cyber café to take your biometrics.
Visit a café and they will handle that for you.
|UareU bio-metric fingerprint reader for NYSC|
But note that at this stage, you will be required to take and upload a passport photo. This photo must have a white background or off-white clear background.
Your right and left thumbprints will be taken twice during this process.
After completion of the biometric stage, you can proceed to the next stage yourself or with the help of the café’s attendant.
3. Filling Complete NYSC form
This is the main registration stage. It consists of four parts:
- Bio-data and background details
- Schools attended with dates
- Kits selection and signature
- Preview/States selection
Bio-data and Background details
Here you’re to supply information including your genotype, blood group, the name of next of kin, phone number, and address, name of the person in case of emergency, phone number and address, etc.
Note that you can’t use the same person for the next of kin and the person in case of an emergency.
Institutions Attended with Dates
Of course here, you will supply the names and addresses of your schools from primary school to the higher institution(s). You will also state the starting year and ending year for each qualification.
HND graduates and those who gained admission through Direct Entry will supply ND/NCE/IJMB/JUPEB details as well.
Kits Selection and Signature
You must supply basic details about your dress here. NYSC need your shirt, trouser and shoe sizes.
You will also need to scan and upload your signature. Note that the signature must not be larger than 7kb.
You can also use a digital signature. But the former may be more convenient.
Registration Preview and Selection of States
This is the last stage of your registration. You have to preview the registration and see if every detail is entered correctly. If otherwise, hit the edit button to get things into perfect shape.
Right below the whole page is the list of available states for you to pick from. You have access to four states. One state must be taken from each of the four categories.
After this, submit.
You can then log in to see that your registration is completed and accepted.
4. Payment for the Call Up Letter.
I stated in my post “How to Print NYSC Call Up Letters Online. Step by Step Guide” that you won’t be able to print both green cards and call up letter unless/until you make payment.
At present, you’re to pay N2,886.24. This is excluding online Remita charges.
You will need strictly Mastercard to make this payment online. Remita is not accepting verve for their payment for now.
If however, you decide to pay at a bank, copy the RRR (Remita Reference Number), and pay at these commercial banks across the nation.
Log in to your NYSC profile after payment to print your green card. And when the time to print the call-up letter comes, you can print that as well.
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