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How to Know Where NYSC Will Post You to

Are you anxious about where you will eventually serve in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) program? Well, you have every right to be. Most times the NYSC board send corps members to state they do not wish to go, they can even send you to a state you did not indicate during your NYSC registration. So how then can someone know where he will serve in the NYSC you may ask. Well, the answers you seek are contained in this article, continue reading.JAMB Form

During the NYSC registration Prospective Corps Members (PCM) are given the option of selecting 4 state from the different geo-political zone to serve. Then the NYSC will deploy them to one of these states. There are some rare occasions where corps members are sent to states they did not indicate during their registration, and have no choice but to serve in that state. However, if you do your NYSC Registration early, and select your preferred state on time, you will definitely be sent to one of those states. If you wish to know where you will serve in the next NYSC batch, then this article is for you.Npower Recruitment

How NYSC Posting Works

During the registration process for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) prospective corps member are allowed to select four (4) states from the six (6) Geo-political zones in the Federal Republic. However, you are not permitted to select your state of origin, or the the state where the university you graduated from is located. Furthermore, you are expected to select one state from each Geo-political zones. However, you are not permitted to select from all 6 geo-political, rather you are only permitted to pick 4 states. After making the selection, you will be deployed to one of the states randomly.

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How to Choose Where to Serve in NYSC Program

During your NYSC online screening you will be allowed to choose 4 states from the nation’s geo-political zone where one will be randomly selected for you. Follow the instructions below to be able to successfully choose your NYSC state:Know Where NYSC Will Post You to

  1. After you have been mobilized for the national service, you will be required to create your NYSC account on the NYSC portal.
  2. Visit the official NYSC portal via https://portal.nysc.gov.ng
  3. Create your NYSC account on the portal by clicking on “New Registration”
  4. After successful creation of your NYSC account, login to the NYSC portal to select your 4 states for posting
  5. Your state of origin and the state of the tertiary institution you graduated from will not be included in the list of States for you to choose
  6. You will be allowed to choose one state from each of the following sections:How to Check MTN Bonus Balance
  • One (1) state from the North Central zone
  • One (1) state from either North East or North West zones
  • One (1) state from South East or South South zone
  • One (1) state from South West zoneInformation Guide Nigeria
  1. After making the selection, you will be deployed to one of the states you chose, randomly.

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List of States in the Six (6) Geo-Political Zones

Below is the list of all six (6) geo political zones and the states in which they cover:

  1. North Central Zone (7 states)

  • Benue State
  • Kwara StateJAMB Result
  • Kogi State
  • Nasarawa State
  • Niger State
  • Plateau State
  • Federal Capital territory, Abuja

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  1. North East Zone (6 states)

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  1. North West Zone (7 states)

  • Jigawa State
  • Kano State
  • Kaduna State
  • Katsina State
  • Kebbi State
  • Sokoto State
  • Zamfara State
  1. South East Zone (5 states)

  • Abia State
  • Anambara State
  • Ebonyi StateWAEC Result
  • Imo State
  • Enugu State

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  1. South South Zone (6 states)

  • Akwa Ibom State
  • Bayelsa State
  • Cross River State
  • Delta State
  • Edo State
  • Rivers State

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  1. South West Zone (6 states)

  • Ekiti State
  • Lagos State
  • Ondo State
  • Ogun State
  • Osun State
  • Oyo State

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