The NYSC Next Batch is almost here and to your surprise, a lot of graduates will not be on the Mobilization list due to the reasons am going to state below.
The NYSC next batch is NYSC 2021 Batch C and am sure you will be happy to see your name on the Senate list which is the first step of the NYSC mobilization.
Before you start saluting yourself through the mirror or trying to learn how to March or even downloading the NYSC Anthem to know the song, you should give a few minutes to read this post to the end.
Please, read with attention and read to the end. I don’t want you miss this next batch and I’m sure you don’t want to miss it too. Read on.
5 Reasons You Might Miss NYSC Next Batch
Below are a few reasons and common things that always affect graduates from seeing their names on the Senate list. What I’m saying, in summary, is that these reasons below can make you miss the next batch. Read carefully and ask questions later.
1. Your Institution
This is not even a thing to bargain with because it’s as important as it sounds. There is no way you can go with the NYSC next batch if your institution did no say you are qualified by clearing you. You have to make sure you don’t have any leftovers or issues with your institution.
Even if you do have an issue with them, you should try all your possible best to resolve it if you want to go for NYSC next batch. Your school will be the one to mobilize you and if you have an issue with them, they might just skip your name.
Another thing is to make sure you confirm if you will have to fill the NYSC mobilization form in your institution. Some higher institutions require graduates of their school to fill the form at the DSA. Not all schools do this, but you should just confirm to be on a safe side.
2. JAMB Regularization
It’s now JAMB Late Application but was formerly referred to as “regularization”. This provides an opportunity for candidates that are in any institution but with no JAMB registration number to regulate between Jamb and their institution. I have an extensive simple article about Jamb Regularization you can read here. The article will also teach you how to apply for the regularization.
So if you do not have a Jamb registration number for any possible reason, your name will not be on the Mobilization list. CLICK HERE to read the helpful article on jamb Regularization. That article will solve all issues about regularisation.
3. You Are 30 Years Old
Am sure you already know that once you are 30 years old before you graduate from your institution, you cannot go for NYSC next batch.
Your exemption letter is what you will get. AN exemption letter is a letter that will tell you that you have been officially exempted from the national youth service corps program.
The exemption letter is equivalent to the NYSC certificate. So no need to feel bad. The only difference is that you will not get to experience the NYSC one year service thing.
If you are already 30 before you graduated from your institution, you won’t be spending the next 12 months in a strange land. You can go ahead and apply for a job or start your business or do anything you want with your exemption letter.
You can CLICK HERE to read more about this whole NYSC age thing.
4. Statement Of Result
If you are already a graduate of an institution and you don’t have your certificate of result unlaminated and original, you will not be able to go with NYSC next batch. The statement of your certificate is very important in NYSC and if you don’t have it, you will not be allowed to stay in the NYSC orientation camp. You can read this article about mistakes you should never do to your NYSC documents.
5. Your Village people
If you don’t have any issue with those four points above you will surely go for NYSC next batch and nothing can stop you. However, there are the village people aspect, but you don’t need to worry about the village people.
God pass your village people, so you will go for NYSC next batch apart from the first 4 Reasons above. If you believe and agree that God pass your Village people, use the comment box below to type “God Pass Your Village People” to anyone that will read it.
If you have any questions, use the comment box below.