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NYSC: Changes in date of graduation, courses will no longer be effected on certificate

The management of the National Youth Service Corps has announced the decision to henceforth include the course of study and date of graduation on NYSC Certificate of National Service and Certificate of Exemption.

This was disclosed in a press statement signed by the NYSC Director, Corps Mobilization, Mrs Ango V. on behalf of the Director-General of the scheme, Brigadier Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim.

She said the decision was in line with the management’s resolve to standardize records and it will kickstart with the 2021 Batch ‘A’ service year.

“I am directed to remind you that, management has approved the inclusion of Course of Study and Date of Graduation on NYSC Certificate of National Service, and Certificate of Exemption.

“This decision is in line with earlier resolve to standardize records and will take effect from the 2021 Batch “A” Service Year which commenced in March 2021.

“You are to note that, in order to avoid deviation from Senate/Academic Board Approved uploads, request for changes in date of graduation and Courses of study would no longer be entertained.

“Kindly give this circular the widest publicity it deserves.

“Please, accept the assurances of the Director-General’s warm regard,” Mrs Ango said

Source: Daily POST

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