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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN REVALIDATION AND REMOBILISATION AND HOW TO DO THEM

This post will address what you should know between Revalidation and Remobilisation in NYSC. That is the difference between NYSC Revalidation and Remobilisation.

Before going into the topic, if you are a Corp member and you are yet to create a topic on this online house and lodge. You are doing other's a de-services. There is no one that is an highland of knowledge that is why we said you should share your stories and experiences here. So that some else can learn from them.

Let us go right into it when and how do I carry out NYSC Revalidation or Remobilization. Let us first define, what they are;

Revalidation like the name goes, it is confirming an exciting data, to acknowledge your continuous interest.
While
Remobilisation mean you are starting afresh, no exciting information, either it was removed for mispractice or left staled.

You will understand what I am saying in a moment as we relate it to what NYSC mean by those terms

What does NYSC mean by Revalidation and Remobilisation and which one fit me

  1. Who Need the NYSC Revalidation?
    Revalidation is required only for corps members who have registered online with previous batch, deployed in the previous batch, but did not go to camp. The effected corps members need to do "revalidation", so they can go to camp with the next batch.

  2. Who Need Remobilization?Remobilization is different from revalidation. Remobilization is required only from corps members who have been mobilized in a previous NYSC batch, and have been dully registered in NYSC camp, but later decamped, expelled or own their own, absconded from service.

This however is a solution to those who missed camp or absconded from service.

If you missed NYSC service for one reason or the other, and wish to go to service again, you still have the opportunity but you don't need to start fresh registration again.

What you need is either, "Revalidation" or "Remobilization".

How to do/carry out NYSC Revalidation or Remobilisation

How to do the NYSC revalidation?
First of all, visit the institution you graduated from, to make sure they submit your name on the revalidation list.
Go to https://portal.nysc.org.ng and click on "revalidation", you would be prompted to 'login'; just login to your dashboard using your e-mail and password.

Choose four states
Submit your application and print out your registration slip.

NOTE: NYSC revalidation is usually done at the time when the next batch have started their online registration, so wait until then.

How to do NYSC Remobilization
Steps for remobilization
Go to https://portal.nysc.org.ng
Click on "Remobilization" (for the batch you absconded or decamped) to start your registration
When you are done, submit your registration.

You can contact us for further information, and questions at https://nyscmembers or info@corperlodge.com. Thanks

This post will address what you should know between Revalidation and Remobilisation in NYSC. That is the difference between NYSC Revalidation and Remobilisation. **Before going into the topic, if you are a Corp member and you are yet to create a topic on this online house and lodge. You are doing other's a de-services. There is no one that is an highland of knowledge that is why we said you should share your stories and experiences here. So that some else can learn from them.** Let us go right into it when and how do I carry out NYSC Revalidation or Remobilization. Let us first define, what they are; Revalidation like the name goes, it is confirming an exciting data, to acknowledge your continuous interest. While Remobilisation mean you are starting afresh, no exciting information, either it was removed for mispractice or left staled. You will understand what I am saying in a moment as we relate it to what NYSC mean by those terms **What does NYSC mean by Revalidation and Remobilisation and which one fit me** 1. Who Need the NYSC Revalidation? Revalidation is required only for corps members who have registered online with previous batch, deployed in the previous batch, but did not go to camp. The effected corps members need to do "revalidation", so they can go to camp with the next batch. 2. Who Need Remobilization?Remobilization is different from revalidation. Remobilization is required only from corps members who have been mobilized in a previous NYSC batch, and have been dully registered in NYSC camp, but later decamped, expelled or own their own, absconded from service. This however is a solution to those who missed camp or absconded from service. If you missed NYSC service for one reason or the other, and wish to go to service again, you still have the opportunity but you don't need to start fresh registration again. What you need is either, "Revalidation" or "Remobilization". **How to do/carry out NYSC Revalidation or Remobilisation** How to do the NYSC revalidation? First of all, visit the institution you graduated from, to make sure they submit your name on the revalidation list. Go to https://portal.nysc.org.ng and click on "revalidation", you would be prompted to 'login'; just login to your dashboard using your e-mail and password. Choose four states Submit your application and print out your registration slip. NOTE: NYSC revalidation is usually done at the time when the next batch have started their online registration, so wait until then. How to do NYSC Remobilization Steps for remobilization Go to https://portal.nysc.org.ng Click on "Remobilization" (for the batch you absconded or decamped) to start your registration When you are done, submit your registration. You can contact us for further information, and questions at https://nyscmembers or info@corperlodge.com. Thanks

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