Why some foreign-trained prospective corps members can’t be evaluated successfully —NYSC


The National Youth Service Corps has stated the reasons why some foreign-trained prospective corps members cannot be evaluated when processing their deployment to camp.

This is even as the NYSC said that physical verification of foreign-trained graduates has been scheduled to commence from April 12th to 16th, 2021.

The agency stated this via its official Twitter handle @officialnyscng.

It stated, “Most foreign graduates who are yet to be evaluated usually have one or more documents to be re-uploaded and a message will be sent to their dashboard as regard to that.

“They are expected to re-upload and do what is stipulated before they can be evaluated.”

According to the Federal Government agency, the universities in Benin Republic does the processing on behalf of their students who are ready for deployment to the one-year mandatory programme.

“The Federal Ministry of Education has a portal for request of letter of evaluation. For institution in Benin Republic, the schools process it for them,” it said; warning, “Anyone who contacts you via Direct Message offering to get you an Evaluation Letter for a fee is a scammer. Beware.”

The agency noted that foreign prospective corps members who have re-uploaded their documents should send an email to

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, with a text reading, “Attention: Director Corps Mobilization requesting that they should be evaluated again.

“They should include their name, email address and phone numbers used to register in the email,” the directive stated.

It then listed some of the reasons preventing successive evaluation.

“Common reasons that stop foreign trained PCMs from being evaluated successfully include:

– Poorly scanned documents.

– Uploading photocopies of certificates and travel documents instead of original copies.

– Not uploading all the required documents.”

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