Last Updated on October 20, 2018 by Larious
The National Youth Service Corps “NYSC” introduced a way of classifying and grouping prospective Nysc youth corpers in “Batches” either batch A, B, and C, currently we have batches been distributed in Streams, Stream 1 and 2.
Many prospective corps members having received their call up letters were amazed and confused as to what they saw in days of reporting to camp for the orientation training are differentiated, Some are to report to their various orientation camps on the 4th and 5th of November 2014 for registration, While others are to report on the 26th and 27th November 2014, which brings more confusion among prospective corpers.
Those stated on their call up letters to report in their various orientation camps on the 4th of November 2014 are classified as Batch C Stream I. For those stated on their call up letters to report on the 26th November are the Batch C Stream II corps member.
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NOTICE: Prospective Corps Members in Batch C Stream II, And your State of Deployment is “Adamawa State” But your Orientation Camp is In Benue State,
Reasons For The Batch C Stream II:
The Batch C stream II arrangement was necessitated by a number of factors among which are :
- 1. The Ebola national emergency that deprived outstanding Batch B stream II corps member from having a full orientation exercise,
- 2. Posting to volatile states in Northern Nigeria that are considered unsafe for camping exercise.
- 3. States which have a high population of corps members. Hence the need to divide them Into ‘streams’ Batch B Stream II corps members who had abridged orientation course from 1st-10th September will take part in the orientation exercise as from 4th November in the states affected.
- The affected states are Lagos, Osun, Bauchi, Gombe, Adamawa, Yobe, Kano, and Borno. Therefore the batch C of those states that should use the camp 4th to 25th automatically became stream 2 in those states. However some of the original Batch C still made stream 1.
Also those posted to Borno, Yobe, Gombe, Adamawa and other volatile states should not panic. Those posted to these volatile states will hold their orientation exercise in other states believed to be safer. Consequently, they can only make use of the orientation camps after corps members originally posted to the state have camped.
Hence they are automatically going to be in Stream II orientation course which starts by 26th November. After the original camp owners would have finished.
For Batch C stream II orientation camp starts on the 26th November and ends on the 15th of December.
For those who hasn’t received their call up letter either online or through various institutions should exercise patience, A source said the delayed call up letters would be out on the 20th to 23rd November.