NYSC Explains Closure of Batch B Registration Portal

NYSC Explains Closure of Batch B Registration Portal

By AmforGod J. Olisa

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has clarified the reasons behind the shutdown of its Batch B registration portal. The announcement was made via the official X account of the NYSC management on Tuesday, June 11, 2024.

The statement explained that the portal was closed after reaching the maximum number of Prospective Corps Members (PCMs) needed for the incoming batch, in line with the capacity limits of the 37 NYSC Orientation Camps nationwide.

“Upon reaching the maximum number of PCMs required for the incoming batch in line with the carrying capacities of the 37 NYSC Orientation Camps nationwide, the portal was shut down accordingly,” the statement read.

The NYSC also addressed a technical issue that occurred on June 8, 2024, which caused a temporary glitch in the registration process.

“For the purposes of information, the NYSC registration portal experienced a glitch on Saturday, June 8, 2024. Prospective Corps Members were immediately notified of the problem in the NYSC portal. When the issue was rectified, registration by Prospective Corps Members (PCMs) continued on the same day,” the statement continued.

The NYSC management expressed apologies to PCMs who were unable to complete their registration before the portal was closed. They assured that the registration portal will reopen for the 2024 Batch “B” Stream II, with the specific date to be announced later.

“While apologizing to the PCMs who could not register for Service before registration was discontinued, Management wishes to assure them that the portal will reopen for 2024 Batch “B” Stream II on a date that will be announced later,” the statement concluded.

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