The National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, Yesterday, has directed prospective corps members (PCMs) for the 2017 Batch A Mobilization to commence their online registration.

See Registeration procedure below : 

As stated by the time table published by the NYSC scheme, the online registration for foreign and locally trained graduates will end on the 15th of May .

It also stipulated that prospective corps members will be able to print their call-up letters from the 18th of May.

How To Complete NYSC Online Registration

Step 1: The scheme, on its website directed candidates who wish to get copies of their call-up letters on the NYSC portal to pay a sum of N4,000.

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.


Payments Methods

“Option A: 
For Cards and wallet payment method ; PCM are to clicks on ‘Pay now with Cards or Wallets’. PCM should provides card details, pin and any other required information and if the transaction is successful, the redirect URL will be loaded.

“Option B:
Paying in any bank branch Nationwide : 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.

Step 2:  “After making the payment at the bank branch, the PCM can check payment status on the website through the link: https://portal.nysc.org.ng/nysc1/TransactionStatus_remita

PCMs must inputs transaction reference number/email ID or phone number used in registering online.

Step 3: Click on ‘continue’ to query Remita and view the transaction details.

Step 4: Then finally Click on ‘Get status’ to view the details of payments.”

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