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UMYU NYSC Mobilization Guidelines for 2019 Batch “B” (Stream 1, & II)

Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina, UMYU NYSC Mobilization Guidelines for 2019 Batch “B” (Stream 1, & II).

This is to inform all graduating students of Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina (UMYU) that mobilization of Prospective Corps Members (PCMs), for the 2019 Batch “B” Stream I & II has commenced on May 8, 2019.

To qualify for the NYSC mobilization; you are expected to observe the following guidelines.

UMYU NYSC Mobilization Guidelines.

  1. Check your JAMB admission status online. It does not really matter whether your JAMB admission corresponds with the course or the institution you are studying;
  2. Visit JAMB Matriculation List Portal to view your matriculation status (what you need to print online).
  3. Ensure that you are enlisted on the JAMB matriculation list by just printing online, your Jamb admission letter, result slip or both, for, only graduates who are on this list can be uploaded successfully.
  4. Update your profile on the University portal to ensure that all your data e.g: Name, Jamb No., Date of birth, Registration No., GSM No., state of origin, gender and marital status are correct and accurate.

It is pertinent to note that students who do not have admission with JAMB must regularize their admission and conform to the above guidelines, please.

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