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Why NYSC Call Up Letter Saying You Are In Stream 2

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If you are a prospective corps member who applied for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) program, you might be wondering why your call up letter says you are not in this stream. This means that you have not been selected for the current batch of orientation camp, and you will have to wait for the next one.

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Here are some possible reasons why this might happen:

  • You did not complete your online registration on time. The NYSC portal has a deadline for each batch, and if you miss it, you will be automatically deferred to the next one.
  • You did not upload all the required documents. You need to submit your school certificate, statement of result, passport photograph, and other relevant documents to verify your eligibility for the program. If any of these are missing or invalid, you will not be cleared for mobilization.
    You did not pay the registration fee. The NYSC program requires a fee of N4,000 for online registration and printing of call up letter. If you did not pay this fee, you will not be able to access your call up letter or join the orientation camp.
  • You have been deployed to a state that is not safe or convenient for you. The NYSC program aims to foster national unity and integration by posting corps members to different states across the country. However, some states might have security challenges or other factors that make them undesirable for some corps members. If you fall into this category, you can apply for relocation on the grounds of health, marriage, or security. However, this is not guaranteed and depends on the availability of slots in your preferred state.
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These are some of the common reasons why your call up letter might say you are not in this stream. However, this does not mean that you have been disqualified from the program or that you have lost your chance to serve your country.

It simply means that you have to wait for the next batch of orientation camp, which usually comes every three months.

In the meantime, you can use this period to prepare yourself physically, mentally, and financially for the service year ahead. You can also keep checking the NYSC website and social media platforms for updates and announcements on the next mobilization exercise.

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We hope this blog post has answered your question and cleared your doubts. If you have any other questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below.

 

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