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If you are a Nigerian graduate who wants to serve your country, you may have heard of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) program. This is a one-year mandatory service that aims to promote national unity, patriotism and skills development among young Nigerians.

However, not every graduate is required to participate in this program. Some graduates are eligible for an NYSC Exemption Letter, which means they are exempted from the service and can pursue other opportunities.

This is a document that shows that you have been exempted from the mandatory one-year service due to age, health, or other reasons.

Verifying your NYSC exemption certificate is important to ensure that it is genuine and not forged. It can also help you avoid any problems when applying for jobs, scholarships, or other opportunities that require proof of your NYSC status.

There are two ways to verify your NYSC exemption certificate: online and offline. In this blog post, we will explain both methods and provide you with the steps to follow.

Online verification method

The online verification method is the easiest and fastest way to check your NYSC exemption certificate. You can do it from the comfort of your home or office using any device that has internet access. Here are the steps to follow:

  • Visit the official NYSC certificate verification portal at https://verify.nysc.org.ng.
  • Click on “Proceed to Verification” to initiate the process.
  • Enter your correct NYSC email address and password.
  • If you have forgotten your password, click on the “Forget password” link to recover it.
  • If you are a new user, click on the “sign up” link to register on the NYSC portal.
  • After entering your email address and password, click on “login” to verify your certificate.
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You will see a list of certificates that you have applied for or received from the NYSC. Click on the one that you want to verify and enter the certificate number in the box provided. Then, click on “Verify Certificate” to see the result.

If your certificate is valid, you will see a green message that says “Certificate Verification Successful”. You will also see the details of your certificate, such as your name, date of birth, institution, course, year of graduation, and date of issue.

If your certificate is invalid, you will see a red message that says “Certificate Verification Failed”. You will also see an error code and a reason for the failure, such as “Invalid Certificate Number”, “Certificate Not Found”, or “Certificate Revoked”.

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If you encounter any problems during the online verification process, you can contact the NYSC support team via email at support@nysc.org.ng or via phone at 08147869429.

Offline verification method

The offline verification method is the alternative way to check your NYSC exemption certificate. You can use this method if you do not have access to the internet or if you prefer a physical verification. Here are the steps to follow:

  • Write a letter requesting verification of your NYSC exemption certificate number addressed to the Director-General, National Youth Service Corps, Directorate Headquarters, Plot 416, Tigris Crescent, Maitama, Abuja.
  • Mark the letter as “Attention: Director (Corps Certification)”.
  • Attach a photocopy of the certificate you wish to verif.
  • If you have multiple certificates, number them sequentially and attach their photocopies to the letter.
  • Submit your application letter to the NYSC Director General’s Registry located on the 6th floor of the NYSC headquarters (Yakubu Gowon House).
  • Include your contact address, email address, and telephone number in the application letter.
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The NYSC will verify your certificate and send you a reply within 14 working days. You can also visit the NYSC headquarters in person to collect your verification result.

If you have any questions or complaints about the offline verification process, you can contact the NYSC Director (Corps Certification) via email at corpscertification@nysc.gov.ng or via phone at 08033219960.

Conclusion

Verifying your NYSC exemption certificate is a simple and necessary step to confirm that your document is authentic and valid. You can use either the online or offline method depending on your preference and convenience. We hope this blog post has helped you understand how to verify your NYSC exemption certificate and what to do if you encounter any issues.

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