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Must I Report to NYSC Camp The Date on My Letter?

When posted, each prospective corps member should see the reporting date on his or her call-up letter.


The reporting date on the letter is the day you're expected to start camp clearance and activities.


However, for some reasons, including required preparations for the 21-day off-home camping, and distance to the camp/state of deployment, a corper should be asking if it's possible to miss this reporting date.


Must all corpers be at camps on the dates on their call-up letters? Are there any sanctions if you miss your own date? What to do in order to prevent being sanctioned if you ever miss the day?


These and similar questions will be answered in the post below.

You Should Try to Report to NYSC Camp on the Date Schedule

NYSC, following the date your schedule to report to the camp, does that to achieve a seamless resumption and camping experience.


It's to your own benefit if you make it that day. 


The corps introduced scheduling members because of a few pre-camp procedures such as COVID-19 protocol observation. They want the number of resuming corpers to be reduced to the acceptable maximum.


As a result, you're helping the corps and yourself if you can make it on your own schedule.


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It's Acceptable to Resume the NYSC Camp at the Later Date on Conditions

Even though they want you to meet the date given to you, the corps will still be lenient with you if you have acceptable reasons to come a day or two days after your schedule.


A few acceptable reasons to be later than scheduled are:


  1. health-related - with a report or,
  2. obvious difference in distance between your state and the state of the camp. Imagine going to Borno or Sokoto State from Osun State. You'll be honored with the distance excuse if it's obvious.

Yet, You Must Meet One of the 3-Day Camp Clearance Schedule

Even though excuses are accepted if genuine, you still have to be sure you report to camp within the three-day time frame for all the clearance. 


Let me explain.


NYSC usually leaves the camp open for three days. Every corps member, whether you can meet the date of your schedule or otherwise, must report within this three-day clearance period.


By midnight of the third day, specifically at 11.59pm, the camp will be officially closed. This means, if missed, you're to come with the next batch.


Practically, there is no special sanction for you if you miss your day, the awaiting sanction, if you don't meet any of the three days for which camp is open, is automatically deferring your report till the next batch.


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What is Required of You If You Miss the Camp Open-Days

By the next batch of registration, you're not required to register again. Just wait patiently till they're asked to print their own call-up letters.


This time, you'll log in to your dashboard and reprint your call-up letter too. Automatically, a new letter bearing a new reporting date, the name of that batch e.g. Batch A, B, or C, and sometimes, a new state must be waiting for you.


As for a new state, you can be posted to the same state/camp or another state/camp. NYSC reserves the right to post as pleased.


If you're hearing that you must do revalidation to be reprocessed for the next batch if you miss the camp open days, that's true.


In the past, revalidation is done manually by the concerned corps members - thereby reselecting the four states and submitting before waiting for a new call-up letter. That's called revalidation.


However, in the last few years, after NYSC stopped allowing prospective corpers to select states of interest, revalidation is now automatic as already detailed above.


In other words, nothing is required on your part, for the revalidation. Just wait till new call-up letters are uploaded and reprint yours.


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