I don’t want to assume you already know this. It’s National Youth Service Corps. That’s the name of the scheme you found yourself right now.
It brings together youths from Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges every year to serve their father land. Usually in non-indigenous states.
That is the first arm of NYSC.
It is the camping of the prospective corpers for 3 weeks of great training, rehabilitation and preparation for the task ahead of them.
This means Place of Primary Assignment. That is the exact place u will be posted, to serve after camp.
That is the place you will spend the whole of your service year immediately u leave camp.
It may be School, Ministry, Bank, Industry e.t.c depending on your discipline and luck.
But mind you, as at 2015, 70% of the corp members are now being posted to schools
Community Development Service
When you leave camp, you will be posted to join one of the CDS groups in your local government. That is where you will perform your duty to humanity, by meeting other corpers there to develop the community to which you are posted.
Local Government Inspector
That man is your boss in your local government during your service year.
Respect him and obey him.
That is the NYSC official in charge of all the corpers in a particular Zone.
Both the corpers and the LGI answers to him. Fear him.
LETTER OF DEPLOYMENT
That is the letter you will be issued while leaving camp.
On it, is the local government and PPA you have been posted to serve.
Make sure you get yours before you leave camp.
Your monthly payment.
Still #19,800 as at 2015. You will receive your first alawi on camp.
Dont mis-spend it. Save some.
Is the form you will fill and sign every month to qualify you for your Monthly “Alawi”.
Without it; no payment and Corper go suffer.
You will also sign your first PV on camp.
Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development
This is a scheme established starting right from camp to help corp members acquire or skill or the other before they finish their service year. The scheme will run for like a week in camp, but you can decide to contine the program after camp (post-camp training).
This is a blog that carries all the information you will need for a successful service year.
It’s your best pal. visit the blog often, comment and share among your friends.
More updates will be coming to you on this blog. Just stay with the page…
How to Apply for Nysc Relocation & Redeployment Online
Nysc has greatly improved over every section of the scheme in recent times. Starting from the area prospective corp members getting their Call-Up letters more easily, registration, Relocation, Orientation, CDS, to even the passing out program. All these have being made a bit easier than what it used to be; Many of the process had been brought online for convenience.
It’s now possible for corp members to apply for NYSC Relocation and Redeployment online without going through the rigorous offline process.
This is mostly applicable to corpers that were unable to apply on camp. So no need for you to worry again over the inability to apply for your Relocation because camp is over. You can now do it after camp and online for that matter..
How to Print Nysc Call-Up letter Online
Your Nysc Call-Up letter is very important for you to be a part of the Nysc compulsory 21 days Orientation course. Your Call-Up letter is your certificate and passport to gain entrance into the camp.It’s not an option at all.
But you may not need to go down to your Institution again to get your call up letter again. You can simply get it online by just….
How To Change Your NYSC Place of Primary Assignment
Your Place of Primary Assignment (PPA) during Nysc will determine if you will enjoy the one year service or you will endure it.
You don’t have to suffer in silence in any PPA you don’t like. Nysc has made it possible for you to change any PPA you don’t like, but you have to know how to do it right….
How to Serve as a Ghost Corper
If you like you can call them ghost corpers, absenting corpers, disappearing corpers, or off-site corpers. Whatever you may want to call them doesn’t really matter. But one thing about them is that, they are corpers who are not always/never at their Place of Primary Assignments (PPA) during the service year; probably because of their family, job, or future plans. Yet, such corpers collects their monthly allowances that is due to them without any problem.
Serving as a ghost Corper requires you to know the ups and downs before venturing into it because it can be very frustrating, especially when you don’t know how to easily go about it.
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