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National Service Youth Corps (NYSC) Vows not to Undermine its Mobilization Process

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The National Youth Service Corps has vowed to resist any attempt that would compromise the standard of its mobilization process.

NYSC Vows not to Undermine its Mobilization Process

It said about one thousand approved relocation letters were recently cancelled because the affected Corps Members were involved in unethical practices during the relocation process.

NYSC Director-General, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim stated this today at the sideline of the 2020 lnspectors’ Development Programme held in Abuja.

He said, “Deployment, relocation and all services are free in NYSC, and once there are genuine reasons on health and marital grounds, we oblige for relocation”.

“NYSC would not condone any act of indiscipline and we are not going to compromise our relocation process”.

He warned members of the public not to fall prey to fraudsters adding that, “whenever there are challenges, NYSC have a way of addressing them”.

Ibrahim added that since assumed duty, he has intensified efforts towards ensuring that officers saddled with the responsibility of implementing the policies and programmes of the Scheme are trained periodically on best practices in relation to the improvement of the welfare of Corps Members.

He said the lnspectors’ Development Programme was designed to build the capacity of NYSC Inspectors to discharge their duties effectively as they are very crucial to the implementation of the programme of NYSC Scheme especially at the grassroots.

The DG said the Scheme has been contending with numerous challenges ranging from increase in Corps population, evasion of service, inadequate camp facilities and the recent outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic among others.

He appealed to the participants to use the opportunity of the workshop to adopt measures for the elimination of all forms of hiccups militating against the Scheme’s operations through the intensification of its engagement with critical stakeholders at the grassroots.

“Management expects that this forum will afford you the opportunity to exchange ideas and proffer solutions that are capable of enhancing productivity, thereby increasing the visibility and relevance of the Scheme.

“Therefore as foot soldiers of the Scheme, always strive to live above board so that you can serve as role models and mentors to Corps Members”,

The Director-General warned the Inspectors to avoid unethical practices that are capable of tarnishing the image of the Scheme by performing their duties diligently adding that, “You are also expected to be conversant with the NYSC act and Bye-Laws to be able to sensitize Corps Members and the general public.

In his address, the Director, Corps Welfare and Health Services Department, Mr Ayodele Omotade said the workshop would equip the participants with requisite tools that will keep them in tune with their responsibilities in the face of the rapidly changing national and global order and also give them the current knowledge of the Scheme towards meeting the challenges of Corps Management.

He said the Inspectors’ Development Programme was conceived as an induction refresher course for Inspectors who are saddled with the responsibility of the day to day administration of Corps Members, especially at the field operations of the Scheme.

“Therefore, it becomes very important that Inspectors, both at the point of entry, and as they progress in the cadre, receive requisite training to equip them to face the challenges of Corps Administration which will teach and expose them to the guidelines, processes

and procedures that will improve their capacities to discharge their duties effectively”, he added.

The workshop with the theme, “Optimizing the ideals of the Scheme in the present realities; The role of the NYSC Inspector”, had participants from all State Secretariats of the Scheme and Area Offices in attendance.

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Nasarawa State College of Health Science & Technology Keffi (NASCOHST) Admission Form for 2021/2022 Academic Session

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Nasarawa State College of Health Science & Technology, Keffi (NASCOHST) admission form for the 2021/2022 academic session.

Nasarawa State College of Health Science & Technology Keffi (NASCOHST) Admission Form

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Nasarawa State College of Health Science & Technology, Keffi (NASCOHST) various programmes for the 2021/2022 academic session.


How to Apply for Nasarawa State College of Health Science & Technology Keffi (NASCOHST) Admission Form

  1. Log in to http://admissions.nascohst.edu.ng
  2. Click on None Jamb Applicant
  3. Fill in the “Sign Up Form” correctly
  4. Sign in to make payment
  5. Click on the Green Button on the page where this “Click here to see payment options for this form
  6. You can now make your online payment with your ATM card ONLY
  7. Making payments does NOT mean that you have completed your application, return to the portal and login with your username and password to complete your application
  8. Don’t forget to print out your after submission. 

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Waziri Umaru Federal Polytechnic Birnin Kebbi (WUFPBK) 26th Matriculation Ceremony Schedule for 2020/2021 Academic Session

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Waziri Umaru Federal Polytechnic, Birnin Kebbi (WUFPBK) matriculation ceremony schedule for the 2020/2021 academic session.

WUFPBK Matriculation Ceremony Schedule

The management of the Waziri Umaru Federal Polytechnic, Birnin Kebbi (WUFPBK) invites students, staff, and the general public to the Orientation Lectures and Matriculation Ceremony for the 2020/2021 Academic Session.


WUFPBK Matriculation Ceremony Schedule

The following activities have been outlined for the event:

Day 1
Date: Monday, 2nd August 2021.
Event:Matriculation Lecture.
Venue: Polytechnic Auditorium.
Time:10:00am prompt.

Day 2
Date: Tuesday, 3rd August 2021.
Event: Matriculation Lecture.
Venue: Polytechnic Auditorium.
Time:10:00am prompt.

Day 3
Date: Wednesday, 4th August 2021.
Event: Matriculation Ceremony.
Venue: Convocation Arena.
Time:10:00am prompt.

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Delta State Schools of Nursing Basic Nursing Programme Admission Form for 2021/2022 Academic Session

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The Delta State Ministry of Health Department of Nursing and Midwifery is now selling application forms for admission into its School of Nursing, Warri, School of Nursing, Eku and School of Nursing, Agbor, BASIC NURSING PROGRAMME for the 2021/2022 academic session. See the requirements and how to apply for the Delta State Schools of Nursing admission form below.

Delta State Schools of Nursing Admission Form

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the 3 years Basic Nursing Programme for the award of Registered Nurse (R.N) Certificate in the following Schools of Nursing in Delta State:


  • State School of Nursing, Warri;
  • State School of Nursing, Eku; 
  • State School of Nursing, Agbor.

Delta State Schools of Nursing Admission Requirements

  • Five Credits at SSCE/WASC O/L NECO at not more than two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Physics and Chemistry.
  • Applicants must be age 17-25 years.

How to Apply for Delta State Schools of Nursing Admission Form

A NON-REFUNDABLE Entrance Examination fee of N10,000.00 (Ten Thousand Naira) only. Payment should be made into Ministry of Health Department of Nursing and Midwifery Account at Zenith Bank PLC Account Number: 1015649624.

Forms are obtainable in all schools in Nursing and Midwifery Delta State. 2 Passport Photograph (Coloured with White Background) must be routed through the PRINCIPAL OF THE SCHOOL OF APPLICANT’S CHOICE.


Delta State Schools of Nursing Entrance Examination

The Common Entrance Examination Committee (Basic Nursing) has announced the 2021/2022 Entrance Examination to hold as follows:

Date: Saturday, 18th September, 2021
Time: 10.00am prompt
Venue: Federal college of Education (Technical), off Ibusa road, Asaba (Permanent Site)

N/B: CANDIDATES SHOULD ENDEAVOUR T0 BRING THE FOLLOWING ALONG WITH THEM ON THE DAY OF THE EXAMINATION

  • Writing Materials
  • Certificate/Notification of Registration (R.M.)
  • Current Professional License
  • WAEC/NECO 

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