The NYSC Remobilization is strictly for Corps Members who absconded from the program without completing the 12 months. You get your call-up letter, and then you travel to the Orientation camp for the three weeks of preparation for your service year. After camp, you then abandoned the NYSC program.
Or you reported to your Place of primary assignment, and after a few weeks or months, you ran. What you need is Remobilization.
Fresh Corps Members should not mix Remobilization with the new registration. Remobilization is not meant for fresh graduates or prospective Corps Members. Kindly read to the end of the post for a better understanding of who Remobilization is meant for. [Read also: How To Login To Your NYSC Dashboard – A Step-by-Step Guide]
NYSC Remobilization Explained
Let me explain with an example.
Lola checks her call-up letter and finds Lagos on the letter. Lola belongs to batch A and then travels to Lagos camp to observe the orientation camp process.
After the Orientation camp, Lola refused to report to her PPA. She just left the program. In this case, if Lola wants to continue the NYSC service again, she must do Remobilization.
Another scenario is that Lola did not run away immediately after the Orientation camp. Let’s say she spends some time at the Place of primary assignment and then absconds.
In this case, if Lola wants to continue her NYSC and go with the current batch, she will have to do the NYSC remobilization to be part of the next batch. I hope you now understand the whole meaning of Remobilization in NYSC. [Read also: Top 10 Legit Work From Home Jobs In Nigeria For Corpers]
How To Apply
However, while Remobilization is generally for those who absconded from NYSC, the registration is in two ways. Please pay attention below.
The first one is meant for corps members who absconded, and the state has taken appropriate action on the case.
Let me explain. When a corps member abandons the NYSC scheme, the state of such Corps member can either take some appropriate actions or look away. If your state took appropriate actions, the first one is for you.
The 2nd Way
The second one is for Corps Members who absconded, and the state did not take appropriate actions.
In this second case, your state just left you. You need to do the second way of Remobilization.
All you have to do is when the portal is open for Remobilization, you should click and follow the instructions and submit.
There are some frequently asked questions that I would like to address and solve once and for all. If you have any questions, kindly check below to see if the answer is on this page and if not, use the comment box below to ask. [Read also: Top 10 Best Tips To Process Your NYSC Relocation Successfully]
What does NYSC remobilization mean?
According to NYSC, remobilization is when a Corps member who absconded from NYSC will have another opportunity to restart or continue the NYSC program.
While some people run away from NYSC for different reasons, others might be in an unavoidable situation that they just have to leave.
In such a case, NYSC will give you another chance to come back and finish what you started.
How to process NYSC remobilization?
The processing is very simple and straightforward. You will wait for the Remobilization portal to be open. The portal for Remobilization is not always open all the time.
There is a specific period for it and once it’s time, the management will open the portal and you will be able to process it.
Click on the Remobilization link and follow the instructions.
What is required for NYSC remobilization?
The requirements are what you already have. Your name, state code and other details are what you will fill in the boxes and that should be all.
What is the difference between revalidation and remobilization?
Revalidation in NYSC is when you miss a previous batch and want to follow the current batch. After registration for Batch A, you could not meet up for camp or you ignored NYSC. If you want to follow any other batch in the future, you will have to revalidate.
Remobilization on the other side is for people Corps Members who ran away from NYSC after attending orientation camp.
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