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NYSC 2017 Batch A time-table released

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The awaited National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) time-table for the prospective corps members in the ‘Batch A’ exercise is out. 
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Online registration by foreign and locally trained Nigerian graduates will begin April 17 and end May 4, when their call-up letters will be ready. 

The time-table did not specify the day 2017 `Batch A` prospective corps members will resume orientation camp. 

The NYSC has also said that it will not post corps members to troubled zones in the northern part of the country. 

The 2017 Batch A timetable on the NYSC official website is as follows: 

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1. Briefing/Sensitization of Final year students/prospective corps Members from April 4-16, 2017. 

2. Display of list of all approved programmes for institutions on NYSC portal for cross checking feedback from April 3 – 7, 2017. 

3. Collation of Prospective Corps Members’ Data by Corps Producing Institutions (CPIs) from April 3 – 9, 2017. 

4. Submission/Uploading of Senate/Academic Board Approved Result for Full/Part-Time Graduates and Revalidation Lists by CPIs from April 10 – 16, 2017. 

5. Collation of Prospective Corps Members’ Data by Corps Producing Institutions (CPIs) from April 3 – 9, 2017. 

6. On-line Registration by Foreign and locally Trained Nigerian Graduates from April 17 – May 4, 2017. 

7. Entertainment of complaints from Prospective Corps Members by the state Deployment and Relocation officers and NYSC Help Lines/Desks from April 17 – May 4, 2017. 

8. Forwarding of Complaints to Mobilisation Dept by State Deployment and Relocation officers from April 17 – May 4, 2017. 

9. Deployment and printing of call-up letters by ICT department from May 4 – 6, 2017. 

10. Notification/On-line Printing of Call-up Letters/delivery of call-up letters to institutions May 4 – 6, 2017. 

11. Online printing of deployment disposition by Corps Producing Institutions (CPIs) May 6 – 8, 2017. 

12. 2017 Batch ‘A’ Orientation Course.

 
 
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