- The NYSC has asked prospective corps members for the 2017 Batch A programme to commence their online registration
- Prospective corps members will also be able to print their call-up letters from May 18.
- The scheme directed candidates who wish to get copies of their call-up letters on the NYSC portal to pay N4,000
The National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, has asked prospective corps members for the 2017 Batch A programme to commence their online registration.
According to details released by the examination body, online registration for foreign and locally trained graduates will end on May 15.
Prospective corps members will also be able to print their call-up letters from May 18.
On fee payment, NYSC wrote: “After a successful login, the PCM will click on ‘Proceed to Payment,’ once the payment confirmation page is displayed, the PCM will be redirected to Remita payment engine with various payment options.
“Option A: For Cards and wallet payments; PCM clicks on ‘Pay now with Cards or Wallets’. PCM provides card details, pin and any other information required and if the transaction is successful, the redirect URL is loaded.
“Option B: Paying in any bank branch: Copy the RRR number generated by NYSC portal and take to any of the approved banks. Click on ‘see available bank branches’ to view the banks.
“After making the payment at the bank branch, the PCM can check payment status on the URL: https://portal.nysc.org.ng/nysc1/TransactionStatus_remita. PCM inputs transaction reference number/email ID or phone number used in registering online. Click on ‘continue’ to query Remita and view the transaction details. Click on ‘Get status’ to view the details of payments.”
NYSC however did not state when the orientation course would begin.
The scheme, on its website directed candidates who wish to get copies of their call-up letters on the NYSC portal to pay N4,000.
However, NAIJ.com reported that the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board registration process this year has been one of the most stressful for candidates who have not stopped complaining.
It took some candidates more than three days to do their registration while some others are still finding it hard to register.
Meanwhile, in the video below by NAIJ.com, JAMB applicants lament process of registration.
Watch the video: