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Friday, 30 September 2016

NYSC Re-Deployment/Relocation Application Procedures/Guidelines

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The Nysc redeployment scheme was established based on three main factors, Marital or Health ground and recently added Security ground. But many of us only talk about redeployment if the state of deployment isn’t favorable to us or probably surrounded by life and death situation (Boko haram). Many corps members wants to redeploy to another state closer to home or if possible demobilized home, But what many don’t understand is the procedure to follow, who to approach, and on what grounds will a redeployment request be considered by NYSC board.
Why Do I Need NYSC Redeployment Letter?
First thing to note here is that, not all corps members needed to write NYSC redeployment letter and submit to NYSC. During my time, I did not write, because I have no reason to write. The only set of corps member who it becomes compulsory for them to write a redeployment letter are corpers who are not satisfied with their States of deployment, and wanted relocation to another States due to reasons best known to them.
Are you interested in leaving the State of your redeployment? If yes..It becomes compulsory for you to write a letter of redeployment to seek NYSC approval right from camp.
Let me believe you already have your medical or marriage certificate with you for relocation in the camp. Now you go and obtain NYSC redeployment form and fill it. Then, you write a letter to join the other two before you submit it.
The National Youth Service Corps will only consider requests that meet the requirements below:
  1. Marital Ground: Marital ground is usually only considered for female corps members who want to move to the state of residence of their husband. A corps member who wants to be relocated to another state, should after the Swearing-in Ceremony apply in his/her writing stating why he/she wants to be relocated. The application should be addressed to the Director-General through the State Coordinator. If you are applying on marital ground, you are to attach the following:
  • Marriage Certificate
  • Change of name in any of the National Newspaper
  • A letter from your husband’s office as an evidence that your husband is domiciled in the state you want to relocate to.
  1. Medical Ground: You will need a medical report from our institution’s medical Centre or a recognized General Hospitals, Federal Medical Centres, Military/Police Hospital reports. And claimed to medical case history are subject to further confirmation to establish their authenticity.
  2. Security Ground: States affected are: Borno, Adamawa, Gombe, Yobe, and other Northern states in that region. This has been a major concern in the country and the trend of Boko haram is on the high-rise, most Northern states are not safe anymore, every day we hear strange news about Boko haram, moving from one Northern states to the next. This actually breaks the heart of a prospective corps member when he/she sees their call up letter showing state of deployment Adamawa state.  Parents won’t even allow their children to go to camp for the orientation exercise and even if they allow them go, their mind won’t be at rest, just because the security of this country is terrible and the so-called government can’t do anything about it.

The whole aim of N.Y.S.C has been defeated, let’s stop deceiving ourselves. I bet those in power would never allow their children go anywhere near the north. In the first place why did Nysc post prospective corps members to those places? What security measures have they taken to protect corps members in Northern states? Yes we know Nysc change the Orientation camps to safer states, but wasn’t N.Y.S.C supposed to be for national integration? but its purpose has been defeated. The same way NYSC officials would want to love and protect their Children so also every parent would want to protect his or her child.
NOTE: Fake Medical Reports Attract Sanctions
Contents Of NYSC Redeployment Letter
What are the things that are contained in the NYSC relocation letter? You need to know this. NYSC redeployment letter is not like the love letter you write to that beautiful/handsome girl/guy. It is a formal letter and it has its own procedures.
  • The first thing that must be on the letter is your address at the top right hand-side of you booklet
  • By Your left is the address of NYSC D.G in Abuja, then you write "through"
  • Your NYSC State Coordinator, Then "through"
  • Your State Camp director. Then full stop.
  • Salutation
  • Title (e.g Application For Redeployment Back To Borno State)
  • Body of the letter
  • Conclusion
  • Your name and signature. If Possible, your NYSC State code.

Note: The letter must have this order of address...
NYSC DG (full address),
Followed by State Cordinator
Followed By Camp Director.
  
Format Of NYSC Redeployment Letter With Address
                                                                            Your Address
                                                                            Date

DG, NYSC,
No.xxxxx, area.
Abuja. 
Through:
Osun State NYSC Cordinator,
No.xxx Ikirun road
Oshogbo
Osun State.
Through
Osun State NYSC Camp Director,
No.xxxx 
Ede Camp,
Osun State
Dear Sir,
Application For Redeployment To Maiduguri
I Zakari Bola Oluchi with NYSC State code xxxxxxxx, hereby write to request for redeployment back to Borno State. This is to enable me have frequent access to medical care and treatment from my doctors in Maiduguri while continue to serve my father land in the State.

Attached with this letter, are my NYSC redeployment form and medical certificate to enable you consider my application. I will really appreciate if my application is favorably considered. Thanks.

Note: If you are a married woman, just signify that you are married and attached your marriage certificate instead of medical cert.
Which Is The NYSC Certifictae Number
This is another question I will like to answer using this medium. Most times, you come across this all the time and you don't know how to go about it. It do left people with no option than to keep asking questions such as, which is my NYSC certificate number? 

Let me ask you this, as a job applicant or M.Sc applicants, when asked for your NYSC certifiacte number, which do you write; do you just write,
  • the number on the certificate?
  • your NYSC discharge number?
NOTE
If you want to carry out NYSC Redeployment, don’t use fake medical reports as it now attracts strict sanctions. You can ask Nysc for redeployment on three grounds, Health, Marital Status and now Security concerns. The DG of NYSC has vowed to strictly scrutinize all medical reports submitted and sanction corps members who use fake or forged reports.
The DG has vowed to punish corps members falsifying medical reports to secure deployment to new stations.
He said several medical reports submitted by corps members were found to be fake, and that subsequent certificates will undergo stringent validation, including confirmation with the respective hospitals.
Speaking in Abuja, he, said that relocation due to security challenges in some part of Nigeria will be treated strictly.
“On the case of relocation, the management will apply full weight of the law on any corps member that procures fake medical papers for the purpose of effecting relocation,” he said.
“I wish to make it clear that medical papers submitted for the purpose of seeking for relocation will be subjected to thorough scrutiny and any case of forgery will be visited with commensurate punishment in line with the NYSC bye-law.”
He said that a review was carried out on the documents submitted by the batch a corps members currently in camp, and many were confirmed to have been forged.
“This year all the medical papers we got we have sorted them out state by state and sent them to all the secretariat and we ask them to go the hospital to find out if the papers are real, but to our greatest surprise, we found out that those hospital don’t exists and where the hospitals exist no doctor and when there are doctors , the signature was forged so we have decided that those corps members will not go unpunished and they will also be queried and asked to do labour work,” he said.



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OMG! See What These Graduating Students Were Doing on the B00bs of their Colleagues (Photos)

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Some graduating students of an unnamed higher institution took their level of celebration to the extreme with an inappropriate action.

A student signing directly on the boobs of a colleague
In the hysteria of the moment, some students who just finished their final examinations in a school autographed the clothes of their colleagues.
Some male students went to an extreme length to sign on the boobs of some of their colleagues.
This has attracted mixed reactions from Nigerians on social media who felt the actions portrayed indecency.


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Sokoto State University 2016/2017 1st Batch Admission List Is Out

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This is to inform all Sokoto State University 2016/2017 UTME Applicants that the 2016/2017 Merit Admission list is now out and uploaded online for checking.

STEPS TO CHECK

  1. Visit the Sokoto State University Admission Checking Portal Here
  2. Enter your UTME Reg. No. as username and password in the field provided.
  3. Hit the login button to see admission details.


NOTE:

If successfully admitted remember to print out admission slip.


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Yobe State University 2016/2017 UTME 1st Batch Admission List Out

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The Management Of Yobe State University has released the 2016/2017 UTME 1st batch admission list.
The list has been compiled in PDF File and uploaded online.
Applicants are advised to Click Here and download the list here.

NOTE:

Please be informed that collection of admission letters would be communicated to you in due course.

AHMED RILWANU BAKARI

ADMISSIONS OFFICER

FOR: REGISTRAR




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RSUST Schedules 2016/2017 Screening For Candidates Who Are Yet To Be Screened

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NOTICE FOR THE COMMENCEMENT OF SCREENING EXERCISE FOR CANDIDATES WHO REGISTERED BUT ARE YET TO BE SCREENED FOR ADMISSION INTO THE RIVERS STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, PORT HARCOURT FOR 2016/2017 ACADEMIC SESSION

All candidates that have applied for the Screening Exercise into the Rivers State University of Science and Technology for 2016/2017 Session but are yet to be screened are by this notice requested to take note of the following: 
i The Screening Exercise will take place on Wednesday, 5th October, 2016. 
ii The VENUE is the Information Technology Centre (ITC), Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt.


iii TIME is 7.30am.
iv. Candidates are expected to come with CLEAR copies of the following:
a) JAMB Score Print Out with Passport Photograph 
b) SSCE or GCE Results Slips 
c) SSCE or GCE Certificates (if available) 
d) N1500 for payment of Administrative Charge 
v. Candidates will be contacted through their active Telephone Numbers registered by them for the purpose. 

(Sgd)

D.C. ODIMABO (MRS.)

Registrar




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UI 2016/2017 UTME Admission Screening Result Update- Read This!!!

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The Management of University Of Ilorin after shutting down the registration portal for the 2016/2017 UTME admission on Monday26 September, 2016 has released an official statement concerning how the students will get their results.


Below is an official update on the school website

With the close of the "login" of personal data and results for the post-UTME screening, the scores obtained by each candidate will be sent personally via their emails and phones as text messages. 

 Candidates are advised to kindly wait for their scores via text messages or email which they have used for registration.


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Federal Poly Offa 2016/2017 Provisional UTME [ND1] Admission List Out

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This is to inform all prospective students that the names of candidates offered provisional admissions into ND1 for 2016/2017 has been released on-line.


Candidates are advised to check their names on the Polytechnic Portal (www.fpo.edu.ng)
All admitted candidates are advised to follow the following procedure in the link for payment of acceptance fee.

Congrats To All Admitted Students!!!


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Federal Poly Bida 2016/2017 UTME Result/Scores Out Check Here

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The Authorities Of Federal Polytechnic Bida has released the 2016/2017 UTME Admission screening scores/results of all applicants.


Candidates are advised to logon to http://www.fedpolybida.edu.ng/postumescore.asp to check results.

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Sule Lamido University [SLU] 2016/2017 1st Batch [Merit] Admission List Out - Check Here

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The Management Of Sule Lamido University, Kafin Hausa has released the 2016/2017 UTME 1st batch admission list of candidates admitted into the institution.
The list is now available in a PDF File and uploaded online.
Click Here To Download List

NOTE:

IMPORTANT DATE

Collection of Admission Letters will commence on Tuesday, 27th September, 2016 at Room B10, Faculty Building, Sule Lamido University Kafin Hausa.


Students are to come along with their original credentials and are to pay a nonrefundable Acceptance Fee of N2000.00 in favor of Sule Lamidio University Revenue Account with Account no.: 0021361788, payable at Unity Bank, Kafin Hausa Branch. 
Collection of Admission Letter From Tue 27th Sept To Tue 4th Oct.
Registration From Tuesday 4th October, 2016 To Friday 14th October, 2016

Signed
Uba Alhaji Idris
For: Registrar

Senior Assistant Registrar (Academics)




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Bida Poly 2016/2017 HND 1st Batch Admission List Out - Check Here

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Authorities of the Federal Polytechnic Bida has released the 2016/2017 HND Admission list of candidates being granted admission into the institution.


Applicants are to proceed to the Admission portal to check http://www.fedpolybida.edu.ng/hndadmissionlist.asp
Enter Name/Reg No in the space provided and click on search to view admission status.
Congrats to all admitted students!!!


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Thursday, 29 September 2016

CRUTECH 2016/2017 Educational Services (CES) Application Form On Sale- Apply Now

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This is to inform members of the Public that Cross River University of Technology, CRUTECH Educational Services (CES), is calling for applications from qualified candidates for Part-Time Degree Programmes and Short Term Certificate Courses in the following areas, for the 2016/2017 academic session, in both Calabar and Ogoja Campuses:
1. B.Sc Accountancy (Calabar And Ogoja Campuses)
2. B.Sc Business Administration (Calabar and Ogoja Campuses)
3. B.Sc Mass Communication (Calabar Campus Only)
4. B.Sc Visual Arts Technology (Calabar Campus Only)
5. B.Sc Computer Science (Calabar Campus Only)
6. B.Ed Education Programmes:
(i) Elementary Education (Calabar Campus only)
(ii) Technical Education (Calabar Campus only)
(iii) Guidance And Counselling (Calabar Campus only)
(iv) Business Education (Calabar Campus only)
(v) Educational Administration and Planning (Calabar Campus 
only


THE SHORT TERMS COURSES:
The Short Term Courses which are for the award of Certificate of proficiency, are intended to provide employment and industry standard skills for craftsmen and technicians. They include:
1. Services (6 months duration)
2. Tie and Dye/Batik (3 months duration)
3. Training Courses For Forest Guards (10 months duration at Obubra Campus)
4. Computer Courses (Maintenance/Repairs) (4 months duration).
Other short term courses are available on demand.
ADMISSION RERQUREMENTS:-
Five (5) papers including English Language, Mathematics and three (3) other relevant subjects, (including Literature in English for Mass Communication only) in WAEC/NECO, GCE and NABTEB at credit level.
Holders of NCE, ND, etc will be admitted in all the above-mentioned programmes as Direct Entry for a duration of 4 years while HND holders shall do the programmes for 3 years.
APPLICATIONS FORMS ARE AVAILABLE AT:
1. CRUTECH Community Micro-Finance Bank – CRUTECH GATE, Calabar and Ogoja Campuses.
2. First Bank of Nigeria PLC Ugep, Ikom and Obudu.
PROCEDURE FOR COLLECTION OF FORMS:
1. Applicants should purchase bank drafts with the sum of N5, 000.00 only made in favour of CRUTECH, Calabar then pick Application Forms from the Bank of purchase.
2. Return the bank drafts and the completed forms to the Director – CES, CRUTECH, Calabar, with the programme of choice written on the left hand top corner of the envelope or Dean’s Office, CRUTECH, Ogoja Campus. Collect receipts after submission.
Entry closes October 14, 2016 for both purchase and submission of forms.

Gabriel Beshel
Registrar



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NYSC Introduces Biometric Clearance System To Check Fraudlent Activities

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The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has introduced Biometric Clearance System for corps members in all local government areas of Nigeria to check impersonation and other forms of fraud in the scheme.
The Director-General, Brig.-Gen. Sule Kazaure, said this on Tuesday in Katsina at the opening of a workshop on Biometric Clearance for corps members serving in the North-West zone, using ICT.
He said, “I am delighted to inform you that all necessary logistics are ready and will be distributed to the local government areas in the country for the biometric clearance after the workshop.”
The director-general said the initiative was aimed at ensuring accountability and transparency in corps members’ activities, by preventing proxy registration, impersonation and other forms of fraud in the scheme.
Kazaure, who was represented by Mr Athony Ani, the Director, Planning, Research and Statistics, said that the step was in line with Federal Government’s fight against corruption.
Mrs Christy Uba, the Director, ICT, said the programme would be conducted in partnership with SIDMACH Nigeria Ltd.


She said that the system would assist in ensuring adequate monitoring of corps members at their places of primary assignment, using their fingerprints and personal data.
She added that “with the launch of the biometric clearance, all forms of vices that undermine the operations of the scheme will henceforth be over.
“Mobilisation processes, deployment, monitoring, production of ID cards and printing of NYSC certificates will now be done through the biometric system.”
The Katsina State Governor, Alhaji Aminu Masari, said that the scheme would provide manpower to government which would enable it to meet the yearnings of the people.
The governor, who was represented by his Special Adviser on Youth Development, Alhaji Ibrahim Khalil, commended the scheme’s management for introducing the new clearance system.
He assured that the state government would continue to support the scheme to achieve its set objectives.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that NYSC, established by decree No. 24 of May 22, 1973, is a mandatory one year service to the nation on every graduate who is less than 30 years.
The graduates, who would be posted out of his or her state of origin to serve, would first be assembled for three weeks orientation in a camp, where they would undergo training, including those similar with the army, as well as get familiar with their host states.
The NYSC members would then be posted to either government or private organisations in order for them to put into practical what they had learnt in school.


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AAUA 2016/2017 Admission Departmental Cut-Off Mark Released- Check Here

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This is to inform all students who applied for the 2016/2017 admission screening into the institution Adekunle Ajasin University [AAUA] are hereby informed that the admission cut-offs mark is out.
Candidates who had checked their admission screening results are advised to check their department cutoff and confirm their admission eligibility status.
NOTE/TIPS:
If Your Scores Are Above The JAMB Cutoff And Screening Cutoff Admission Is Guaranteed!!! 
If You Score Above 225 And Score Below Your Screening Cutoff , Admission Is Guaranteed!!!

AAUA CUT-OFF SCORES FOR 2016/2017 ACADEMIC SESSION

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE

Agric economics = 30/180
Agric extension & rural dev = 30/180
Agronomy = 30/180
Fishries & aquaculture = 30/180
Animal science = 30/180
Forest, & wild life = 30/180


FACULTY OF ARTS

ENGLISH STUDIES = 37/197
PERFORMING ARTS = 35/190
HISTORY & INTERN STUDIES = 38/198
LINGUISTICS = 35/180
LINGUISTICS/YORUBA = 35/180
YORUBA = 30/184
PHILOSOPHY = 36/198
PHILOSOPHY/RELIGIOUS STUDIES = 30/190
RAC = 32/190

FACULTY OF EDUCATION

Adult education = 31/180
English education = 31/180
History education = 42/227
Religious education = 30/182
Yoruba education = 31/184
Educational management = 36/204
Guidance and Counseling = 38/205
Childhood education = 30/180
Biology education = 40/225
Chemistry education = 34/192
Computer science education = 34/192
Health education = 40/217
Human kinetics = 34/181
Integrated science education = 32/181
Mathematics education = 32/181
Physics education = 30/198
Technical science education = 30/180
Accounting education = 40/214
Economics education = 37/205
Geography education = 31/198
Political education = 40/219
Social studies education=35/210

FACULTY OF LAW 

Law= 44/238

FACULTY OF SCIENCE 

Biochemist = 45/255
Chemistry = 31/190
Industrial Chemist, 31/200
Computer Science = 42/236
Animal and Environmental Biology = 35/203
Geology = 38/224
Applied Geophysics= 30/131
Mathematics= 30/184
Industrial Mathematics = 35/200
Microbiology = 45/255
Physics And Electronics= 35/196
Plant Science And Biotechnology = 35/192

FACUTY OF SOCIAL AND MGT SCIENCES

Accounting = 45/224
Banking and Finance = 42/220
Business Administration = 41/228
Economics = 39/192
Geography & Planning Science =35/190
Political Science = 43/229
Public Administration = 40/228
Psychology = 35/196
Sociology=
CRIMINOLOGY= 35/220
MASS COMMUNICATION =41/212
Congrats To All!!!




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