Ebola: NYSC Batch B Orientation Course Reduced to One Day



Following the federal govt.'s directive to close all schools pending the Ebola situation in the country, the directorate of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in an advertorial published yesterday in a national daily has indicated that graduates participating in the 2014 Batch B orientation course would spend between one and two days on the course, as against the normal 21-day programme.

According to Nigerian Tribune, the advertorial says the abridged version of the 2014 Batch B orientation course will run between September 1 and 8, 2014.

“In order to ensure a seamless exercise, prospective corps members are advised to report on the dates indicated in the timetable presented hereunder.

“The grouping is in accordance with the geopolitical zones where the corps members come from.

“Prospective corps members are to report within the dates indicated against their geopolitical zones for documentation, registration and collection of kit items only.

“Thereafter, they are to proceed immediately to their states of deployment or relocation as the case may be for the completion of the remaining formalities.”

It added that prospective corps members deployed to the affected states scheduled for the exercise are to report at the designated orientation camps reflected in their call-up letters for registration.

The affected states are Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Jigawa, Kano, Lagos, Osun and Yobe.

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