Do you want the most recent information, guidelines, and news regarding the Batch A 2023 Stream 1 NYSC mobilization schedule, the authorized Senate list that has been posted to the portal, and the institutions that are checking the names on their lists for you?
If the answer is yes, this article is all you need to read right now.
On the official portal, the National Youth Service Corps Senate List for Batch A PCMs has been made public.
The webpage to check the approved senate mobilization list of different Nigerian institutions is currently operational.
To check your name today, make sure to read all the way through.
As you proceed, it is crucial to gain more knowledge about the NYSC because you have never participated in it.
Meaning of NYSC
NYSC means National Youth Service Corps.
This is a programme established for unity in Nigeria after the civil war.
The National Youth Service Corps is a mandatory programme for every citizen of Nigeria; either you studied either in Nigeria or anywhere in the world.
NYSC is 49 years old and was established on 22nd May, 1973 by General Yakubu Gowon.
Without the NYSC certificate, you cannot work in most companies in Nigeria.
NYSC Age Limit Calculation
According to the NYSC age limit rule, once you graduate at 30 or above, you cannot take part in NYSC.
You will be given an exemption letter after registration so that you can move on with your life.
Let me explain…
Michael graduated at 28 or 29 years old.
Because of some delay or circumstances, Michael could not go to NYSC immediately after he graduated.
Now Michael is ready to serve, but he’s above 30.
According to the rule, Michael can still serve because he graduated before 30.
The NYSC age limit is not about your age right now, it’s about the exact age you were when you graduated.
So, if you graduated before 30 years of age, you will serve your fatherland and be collecting 33k every month.
However, if you graduate at 30 or above, move on and get an exemption letter.
NYSC Portal Login Dashboard
The official NYSC portal login dashboard is the right place you will go if you want to login directly into your dashboard to do anything relating to NYSC.
The NYSC portal login dashboard is a friendly and easy to navigate dashboard.
Each section is displayed in plain English and the arrangement made it very easy to do anything and everything you want to do.
Here are the things to do on NYSC Portal Login Dashboard:
- Check Payment Status
- Check Senate List
- NYSC Registration
- Read Biometric Instructions
- Read Frequently Asked Questions
- See Accredited Institutions
- Verify Your Certificate
NYSC mobilization is the first stage of the National Youth Service.
This is when the NYSC management will mobilize all qualified graduates from every accredited tertiary institution in the country.
NYSC officials release the mobilization timetable to show various dates and their schedule.
Content of Mobilization Timetable
NYSC mobilization timetable contains dates for these activities:
- Pre-Mobilization Workshop
- Uploading of Senate Approved Results and Revalidation Lists
- Submission of Senate/Academic Board Approved Results
- Online Registration by Foreign and locally Trained Nigerian Graduates
- Pre-Camp Physical Verification of Credentials of Foreign-Trained Graduates
- Action by ICT Department
- Notification and Printing of Call-up Letters by PCMs
- Commencement of Orientation Course
How many times does NYSC mobilize in a year?
Registration and mobilization of corps members are done in batches and, more recently, in streams.
Currently, NYSC mobilizes graduates twice a year in three batches: Batch A, Batch A and Batch A subdivided into Stream 1 and 2.
NYSC Senate List
NYSC senate list is an official list of names and details of graduates who are eligible for service from every institution in the country.
This list will be prepared by your institution and sent to the NYSC board.
The senate list is uploaded online so that you can check your name.
Where to Check for NYSC Mobilization List
Here are two places you can check to confirm if you are mobilized or not:
- Your school portal or visit the DSA to see your name
- NYSC portal
How to Check Your Name on NYSC Mobilization List
Verifying your name on the senate list through the NYSC portal is very simple and easy.
You will need these to fill the online form to check your name.
- Institution Name
- Matric Number
- Date of Birth
Before you check your name on the NYSC senate approved list, kindly make sure you have:
- Complete your final clearance with your institution.
- Sign up for NYSC at the Directorate of Students’ Affairs in your school.
- Confirm your name on the senate list before your institution sends it to NYSC.
- Make sure your name is on the JAMB matriculation list.
If you are sure you have completed the above four outlined instructions, then kindly follow the details below to check or confirm your name on the NYSC portal.
Steps to Check Name on NYSC Senate List
Here are the steps to check and verify your name on the senate list through the NYSC portal:
- Go to NYSC Academic Board List Portal
- Select your Institution
- Supply your Matriculation Number and Surname in the required columns
- Select your Date of Birth
- Finally, click the SEARCH button to access your mobilization status
If your name is there, Congratulations as you are going with the next batch and if your name is not there, that is not the end of the road.
Reasons Your Name May Not Be on NYSC Mobilization List
Have you been trying to check your name on the NYSC portal for senate list for you to begin your registration soon and your details are not coming up?
You have tried all day to verify your name and all you are getting is no record found or some other annoying messages.
Do not panic or start looking for illegal ways to include your name.
Here are the reasons your name may not be on the NYSC senate list:
- JAMB regularization
- You are above 30
- Poor network
- Your school is yet to upload the senate list
- Academic issues which revolve around your department, faculty, and division of student affairs
- Your school did not mobilize anyone from your set
Do not panic or start worrying about yourself.
You just relax for some time and check again in case it’s a poor network.
Confirm if others from your department see their names on the list.
If others have verified their names and you are the only one or maybe 4 others that are yet to see their names.
Then you need to visit your school.
Visit your HOD and tender the complaint or go to DSA to inform them.
If you are not the only one from your department, or maybe everyone in your department did not see their names, you need to visit the HOD to know what’s going on.
If your institution already released their approved list and you can’t still verify your name, make sure you confirm if any of your set was mobilized.
If you have passed through all the above and yet your name is not on the NYSC mobilization list, then wait for the next batch.
Note that only you cannot wait for the next batch.
If you are the only one not mobilized in the whole of your school, don’t wait.
Rush to your school and fix it.