How to do NYSC Monthly Clearance

The NYSC Monthly Clearance is an important procedure for every serving corps member. The National Youth Service Corps has announced that Corps Members who fail to do their monthly clearance will face serious penalty which includes forfeiting the Federal Government allowance.How to know JAMB Username and Password

The NYSC clearance serves as a kind of monitoring system for serving corpers, it shows that you are still serving and have not absconded from your service. The clearance is carried out at the Local Government Secretariat where your Local Inspector’s (LI) office is located.Information Guide Nigeria

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The NYSC clearance is fixed for 10 days, which usually begins from the 10th day of that every month. Weekends and public holidays are excluded from the schedule. Did you know that your NYSC monthly Clearance schedule can be found in your NYSC dashboard? It’s true.NYSC Monthly Clearance

Hence, serving corpers can access their monthly clearance on their NYSC dashboard. Are you a serving corps member and you don’t know how to go about your monthly Clearance? Then this article is what you need. In today’s post, I’ll be showing you how to do your NYSC Monthly Clearance.How to answer JAMB Question on Computer

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What is the NYSC Monthly Clearance?

The NYSC monthly clearance is an official exercise conducted by the National Youth Service Corps to ensure that a Corps member did his/her work at their place of primary assignment, and is, therefore, qualified to receive the monthly allowance and other entitlements. In the past, there have been Ghost corps members who abscond from their place of primary assignment, hence the creation of the monthly clearance. The NYSC monthly clearance encourages discipline among serving corpers.Npower recruitment

There are two types of NYSC clearance. The Manual clearance and the Biometric clearance. The manual clearance is carried out in most parts of the country, while the biometric clearance is undergoing test in Lagos state and some other selected states across the country. However, both types of clearance will be made available on your NYSC dashboard before the end of the day.WAEC result

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How to Check Your NYSC LGA Monthly Clearance

To check your NYSC LGA Monthly Clearance online, follow the instructions below:

  • Step 1: Visit the official NYSC portal via https://www.portal.nysc.org.ng
  • Step 2: Enter your NYSC email address and password to login to your dashboard
  • Step 3: Click on “LGA Clearance” on the dashboard
  • Step 4: The list of months you have taken part in the NYSC monthly clearance will be displayed along with your status, which can be either “Present” or “Absent
  • Step 5: After carrying out your NYSC biometric clearance, your LGA Monthly clearance status will reflect on your dashboard.
  • Step 6: If you are yet to do your monthly clearance, then put on your complete kit (6/7 or 7/7), collect a signed clearance slip from your PPA, and head to your LGI office.

Note: If you have cleared for a certain month, and you find your status for that month showing as “Absent”, immediately visit your Local Government Inspector (LGI) and lay a complaint.JAMB form

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How to do your NYSC Final Clearance

Your final NYSC clearance is a bit different from your usual monthly clearance. To do your final clearance, follow the procedures below:

  1. Obtain your final clearance from your PPA. The letter must have a letterhead and must be signed with a stamp or sealed by the office.
  2. Staple your NYSC ID card to the final clearance
  3. Take the final clearance letter to your Area Inspector or Local Government Inspector to clear you
  4. Get your CDS officer or Coordinator to sign and clear you for CDS, Foundation form, and Magazine payment.
  5. After being cleared by your CDS officer, he/she will take your final clearance to Z.I (LGI) office for Z.I stamp, after which the form will be returned to you.
  6. Go for your biometrics with your final clearance. After doing your biometrics, the officer will sign and stamp your final clearance for the final biometrics.
  7. Now take your final clearance letter to the point of collecting certificate.

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Note: To do your final clearance, you must obtain five (5) to seven (7) stamps and signatures on your final clearance paper.JAMB Result

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