The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has enabled its portal for the printing of call-up letters for 2017 batch ‘A’ stream II Prospective Corps Members (PCMs).
The PCMs who paid for the call up letter printing during online registration should proceed to access their call-ups on the NYSC portal as outlined below.
- Visit the portal for the printing of call up letters via any of the links below;
- Once on the NYSC portal, login with your registered e-mail address and password,
- Then click the ‘Print Call-Up Letter’ link.
“The “Judgement Day” has come. All things being equal, you should be able to view your State of Posting by 6 PM today. Best wishes to the 2017 Batch “A” Stream II Prospective Corps Members. Let the countdown begin! #MyNYSC,” it posted also yesterday.
Those that did not pay should collect their call-up letters from their various institutions of graduation.
The NYSC also announced that the Orientation Course will commence on Wednesday, 26th July, 2017 nationwide.
PCMs are advised to report promptly to the Orientation camps in their states of deployment at the camp addresses indicated in their call-up letters.
What is the call-up letter?
The call-up letter is a proof that you have been called-up for the National Service. You must therefore present it to the state Coordinator, National Youth Service Corps of the state you are deployed to before you can be registered. All persons called-up are those whose results have been approved by the University Senate or the Polytechnic Academic Board and are also presented by their institutions to the National Youth Service Corps for mobilization. Registration at the camp shall only be for a period of 2 days.