Finally: NYSC Releases Date For The Commencement of 2017 Batch A Stream II Orientation course

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​The long awaited date of the Orientation camp for the NYSC 2016 batch A stream II has been announced.

According to the official Facebook page of the body, on 26th of July has been scheduled for the commencement.. See the message below.

BREAKING…

2017 BATCH ‘A’ (STREAM II) ORIENTATION COURSE COMMENCES 26TH JULY

The 2017 Batch ‘A’ (Stream II) Orientation Course has been scheduled to commence on Wednesday, 26th July, 2017 nationwide.

Highlights of the exercise are as follows:

a. Registration/verification: Wednesday 26th July – Thursday, 27th July, 2017

b. Registration Cut-off date: Midnight of 27th July, 2017

c. Closing ceremony: Tuesday, 15th August, 2017

Meanwhile, all Prospective Corps Members (PCMs) of the 2017 Batch ‘A’ (Stream II) are to advised to watch out for information on the printing of call-up letters shortly.

PCMs are advised to report promptly to the Orientation camps in their states of deployment at the camp addresses indicated in their call-up letters.

Management wishes all Prospective Corps Members safe journey to their respective states of deployment and a hitch-free Orientation course.

Thank you

Signed: Management

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As you prepare for the 2017 Bacth A Stream 2 orientation camp Checkout the complete list of all orientation camp requirements so you can have a smooth 21 day in camp.

It is a known fact that the printing of call-up letters is sure to spring surprises, not every PCM is going to be posted to their preferred state.

This is why it is necessary you have full details on how to re-deploy. Checkout this post for full procedures on how to apply for relocation on camp and after camp

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