How To Correct NYSC Date of Birth And Course of Study

National Youth Service Corps (NYSC)

correct NYSC Date of Birth and course of study. Make corrections to your National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) information such as your Date of Birth And Course of Study on your NYSC portal easy and accurate.

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How To Change Date of Birth on NYSC Portal

  • Visit NYSC portal at https://portal.nysc.org.ng/
  • Click on Login and enter your username and password
  • Click on Resume to login to NYSC dashboard
  • Click on the link to Date of Birth
  • Enter WAEC Verification PIN, select WAEC Type, Year of exam and enter your Examination Number
  • Click on Verify button
  • Click on SUBMIT

Note: You cannot apply for Date of Birth Correction after you have been documented in CAMP.

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Does Date of Birth Appear on NYSC Certificate?

YES! Your date of birth will be shown on your NYSC discharge certificate.

Also note that your Graduation Date, Date of Birth and Course of Study are going to appear on your Certificate of National Service from now on (2021 Batch A, B and C).

Ensure that the above are correct before documentation in CAMP.

NYSC Change Of Course Procedures

  • Visit https://portal.nysc.org.ng/
  • Click on Login and enter your username and password
  • Click on Resume to login to NYSC dashboard
  • Click on the link for Correction of Course of Study;
  • Select Course of Study; and
  • Click SUBMIT

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Short History of NYSC

NYSC was created on 22 May 1973 as an avenue for the reconciliation, reconstruction, and rebuilding of the nation after the civil war. It was established based on decree No. 24 that stated that the scheme was created “with a view to the proper encouragement and development of common ties among the youths of Nigeria and the promotion of national unity.

Prospective corps members should have a valid and functional email address and Nigerian (GSM) telephone number to register. A correct jamb and matriculation number is also required for locally trained graduates. Foreign trained prospective corps members should ensure that their institutions are accredited. Also, if they trained in non-English speaking countries they are expected to translate their certificates to English before uploading. It is also important to note that registrations by proxy are not allowed.

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Nigerian graduates are ineligible for employment in governmental establishments (and most private establishments) until they have completed the mandatory one year service or obtained the relevant exemptions. Graduates who are exempted from the service include those above the age of thirty and those with physical disability. During the service year, Corps members have the opportunity to learn the cultures of other people.

To be eligible to participate in the compulsory one year service, a graduate must be below the age of 30 years upon graduation, or else he/she will be given a Certificate of Exemption, which is also equivalent to the NYSC Discharge Certificate. A graduate who graduated before 30 years but skipped the service year, will still be eligible to serve even if he wants at the age of 60, since his certificate of graduation was dated before he clocked 30 years of age. NYSC is compulsory in the sense that the graduates of the country can’t request for exemption by themselves, unless they are disabled, have served in the military or paramilitary for a period of more than one year or have exceeded the age of 30 years when they graduated just like in the above explanation. Part-time graduates (CEP) are given Exemption Letter, since they’re not allowed to serve.

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