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PostSubject: NYSC to deploy first class graduates to universities – DG   2015-07-22, 20:43

Fresh university graduates with first class grades, and graduates of polytechnics
with distinctions, would henceforth carry out their compulsory one year national
service, under the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, programme, as lecturers
in higher institutions.
The Director General of the NYSC, Brigadier-General Johnson Olawumi, made
this revelation on Wednesday in Kaduna, while speaking at a two-day pre-
mobilisation workshop for the 2015 Batch ”B” NYSC programme.
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Olawumi also said the NYSC is to introduce online certificate verification
procedure to simplify the procedures for certificate verification and enquiries.
This will help make participation into the national service more transparent and
less cumbersome.
He noted that Nigerian universities have been henceforth banned from offering
post-graduate admission to serving corps members as doing so have been in
violation of the NYSC Act and brings in unwarranted distraction to their service
At the workshop tagged “ICT and NYSC Mobilization Process: Towards
Eliminating Identified Challenges,” the NYSC boss emphasized that henceforth
“the posting policy scheme is also being vigorously implemented for the
achievement of the desired impact. Pursuant to this, all corps members who
graduated with first class/distinction degrees and Diplomas will be posted to
Tertiary Institutions for effective utilization of their manpower.”
He therefore appealed to the authorities of all tertiary institution to reciprocate
the gesture by accepting and offering them permanent appointment after
Olawumi equally promised to introduce further innovative ideas into the NYSC
operations, adding that the gains arising from the 2015 Batch ‘A’ Pre-
Mobilisation Workshop led to the full implementation of the use of ICT in
registration of prospective corps members.
He pointed out that the use of ICT in that regard eliminated registration by
proxy, reduced costs, curbed avoidable accidents, fast-tracked the payment of
corps members on relocation and made deployment and relocation easier and
faster, among several other gains.
Declaring the workshop open, the Kaduna State Governor, Nasir el-Rufai, who
was represented by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Youth and Sports,
Alhaji Ibrahim Musa, applauded the decision to post first class graduate corps
members to tertiary institutions, adding that with the paucity of lecturers in
such institutions, it was an encouraging decision of the NYSC to do so.
El-Rufai equally applauded the attitude of corps members engaged in
conducting national elections and census, stressing that their level of patriotism
and sacrifices have elicited the support of his administration.
The governor said the scheme has so far justified the objectives for which it
was established.
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PostSubject: Re: NYSC to deploy first class graduates to universities – DG   2015-07-22, 21:01

Nice and good decision. I passed out with a grade of distinction in Business management (ND).I will try all my possible best to obtain such grade whenever i commence my H.N.D/B.S.C programme.
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