How to Verify NYSC Exemption Certificate

Have you been exempted from the NYSC program? Then you must have obtained your NYSC Exemption Certificate. The NYSC exemption certificate or exemption letter can be used in place of the NYSC discharge certificate, hence, it’s an important document for every Nigerian graduate who didn’t participate in the NYSC program.How to Check BVN on UBA

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There have been complaints recently of corps members having fake NYSC Exemption certificate. Having a fake NYSC certificate can lead you to several problems including jail term for forgery. So what then? You need to verify your NYSC Exemption Certificate. It is highly important that you check if your NYSC certificate is authentic before using it to apply for jobs.NYSC Exemption Certificate

It’s better for you to find out that your certificate is fake, and you do the needful to obtain the original, than for your employer to check and confirm it is not authentic. You may not only lose the job, but could also be persecuted for forgery. That’s why in today’s post I’ll be showing you how to check if your NYSC Exemption Certificate is Original.JAMB Form

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How to Verify Your NYSC Exemption Certificate

There are two methods you can use to check if the NYSC certificate issued to you is original, and that is the online and offline certificate verification method. Note that, only the NYSC discharge certificates, the NYSC certificate of Exemption, and the Exclusion letters. If you wish to check the authenticity of any of these certificates, follow the instructions below:Information Guide Nigeria

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How to Verify your NYSC Exemption Certificate Using the Online Verification method

Follow the guidelines below to use the online verification method to check the authenticity of your certificate:Npower Recruitment

  1. Visit the official NYSC certificate verification portal via https://verify.nysc.org.ng
  2. Click on “Proceed to Verification” to begin the procedure
  3. Enter your correct NYSC email address and password
  4. If you’ve forgotten your password, click on the “Forget password” link below to recover it
  5. If you’re new user, simply click on the “sign up” link below to register on the NYSC portal
  6. After entering your email address and password, click on “login” to verify your certificate

Note: You will be required to pay a sum of Two Thousand Naira (N2,000) only to verify your NYSC certificate.7 Industries Most Likely to Make you a Millionaire Today

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How to Verify your NYSC Exemption Certificate Using the Offline Verification method

Follow the guidelines below to use the offline verification method to check the authenticity of your certificate:

  1. Write a letter of request for the verification of your NYSC certificate number to NYSC.
  2. Ensure that the letter is addressed to the “Director-General, National Youth Service Corps, Directorate Headquarters, Plot 416, Tigris Crescent, Maitama, Abuja.” And submitted to the NYSC headquarters.
  3. Make sure that your request letter is marked “Attention: Director (Corps Certification)”
  4. Attach a photocopy of your certificate (The certificate you wish to verify).
  5. If you wish to verify multiple certificates, make sure you number them serially with a pen, and attach the photocopies of the NYSC certificate to the letter.
  6. Your application letter should be submitted to the NYSC Director General’s Registry located at the 6th floor of the NYSC headquarters (Yakubu Gowon House)
  7. Do not forget to include your contact address, email address, and telephone number on your application letter.

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Note: The National Youth Service Corps, NYSC can only verify the NYSC Discharge Certificate, Exemption Letter, and the NYSC Exclusion Letter.JAMB Result

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