Requirement for 2018 Batch “A” NYSC Orientation Exercise Resumes. See full Details Here.
As the 2018 Batch “A” NYSC orientation exercise resumes nationwide today, Thursday, April 19, the management of the NYSC, have told the corp members what to expect during their orientation exercise.
“The Management of National Youth Service Corps welcomes all Prospective Corps Members to our camps nationwide as we commence the 2018 Batch ‘A’ Orientation Course today.”
“We congratulate you on the successful completion of your various academic pursuits and subsequent mobilization for the one year National Service.”
“The Orientation Course has been packaged to, among other things, introduce you to the objectives and programmes of the NYSC Scheme; prepare you for the challenges of service year and post-service life; as well as acquaint you with your new socio-cultural environment as Corps Members.”
“While in camp, you will be introduced to series of extra-curricular camp activities that are exciting, rewarding and memorable.”
“They include Leadership Lectures, Entrepreneurial Training, Parade Drills, Man ‘O’ War Training, Social and Cultural activities, Sports, Inter-Platoon Skills Competition amongst others.”
“Ensure that you participate actively in these activities and comport yourselves as matured youths.”
“Cooperate with Camp Officials and obey all rules and regulations governing your stay in camp.”
“In case you need any assistance or clarification, especially with regards to the verification/registration exercise, do not hesitate to approach any of our officers at the registration desks or your Platoon Officers after registration.”
“You are admonished to beware of fraudsters who might use any medium especially on the new media to misguide you to pay for services which the NYSC renders free of charge.”
“You are hereby reminded that NYSC does not charge money for internal posting, change of name and redeployment of Corps Members during and after Orientation Camp.”
“Management has put in place all necessary measures to ensure the safety and general welfare of all Corps Members in the Orientation Camps across the country.”