Dear prospective corps members, it is important that you verify your name on the JAMB matriculation list portal for NYSC mobilization. In this post, we will show you how to check your name on JAMB matriculation list.
After graduating from tertiary institution, next is to go for National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). However, one thing that could stop you from going for NYSC is ‘JAMB Matriculation list’ (that is; if your name is not on the list).
To be on the safe side, we will take you through the step-by-step procedures to check if your name is on the JAMB matriculation list. Also, you will learn how to add your name to the matriculation list if your name is missing there.
What is Matriculation list?
It is a list of students who gained admissions into tertiary institutions through JAMB as mandated by Nigerian constitution. According to the Nigerian constitution, the only way to be genuinely admitted into tertiary institution in Nigeria is through JAMB.
So, if your name is not on the JAMB list, it means that your admission is illegal, and as such, NYSC will not accept your application. To make checking of names on matriculation list easier, JAMB launched an online portal where students of various Institutions can easily check their names.
Why is it necessary for your name to be on the matriculation list?
JAMB will never recognize your admission unless your name is on their list.
The implication if your name is not found on the Matriculation list:
Since JAMB collaborate with NYSC to fight fake graduates. Your application to NYSC will be declined, and your name will fall into an error list. In other words, you’ll not be able to go for NYSC, and you’ll not get exemption or exclusion letter either, because JAMB does not recognize you as a graduate.
Note: Foreign trained graduates are not affected. They can check registration requirements for foreign trained graduates.
How to check your name on JAMB matriculation list
Below is how to check/verify your name on the JAMB list;
- Go to JAMB portal at https://jamb.org.ng/efacility_//CheckMatriculationList
- Select your examination year
- Enter your JAMB Registration number where it is required
- Click on “Fetch My Details”.
Once click on “Fetch My Details” button, your personal details will show up on the portal with your “Status”. See the picture below;
If your name is on the JAMB matriculation list, your status will read as “Congratulations, you are on the Matriculation List”.
But if your name is not on the JAMB list, do not panic! There is a way to sort it out. Keep reading!
How to add your name to JAMB Matriculation list
If your name is not on the matriculation list after checking using the procedures given above, then follow the procedures below to sort it out;
- Go to JAMB website (e-facility platform),
- Print your JAMB result slip and JAMB admission letter,
- After printing the documents above, give it some times your name will be automatically added on JAMB matriculation list.
- Submit a copy of your JAMB admission letter to your institution if you did not submit it during your 100l admission clearance.
Note: If you did not get admission directly from JAMB, that means printing your JAMB result slip cannot help you; if at all you write JAMB exam. But don’t worry, even if you don’t write JAMB there’s still a way out.
So, if you don’t have JAMB result or if your admission is not direct from JAMB, what you should do is called, JAMB Regularization. JAMB Regularization will sort it out.
Please, Click Here to see how to do JAMB Regularization. You can ask question or share your success stories by using the comment section below.
Latest NPower News On Stipends Payment For Today Friday 28th January 2022
Latest NPower News On Stipends Payment For Today Friday 28th January 2022
Good day applicants, here are the latest N-Power Batch C news headlines update for today, Friday, January 28th, 2022, on Naijaonpoint Media.
The Beneficiaries of the Npower Programme took to their various discussion group and forums of social media to share their story and how excited they are. They commend the management for November Payment and equally ask them to pay December stipends also.
As it is at the moment, since the Npower batch C stream 1 beneficiaries commenced duty at their place of primary assignment PPA since last year October 2021, they have so far received 3 months Stipends including September Stipend. Payment of December and January will make it 5 months.
FG Begins NPower November Stipend Payment To Beneficiaries
Naijaonpoint Media reports that beneficiaries of the Federal Government’s N-Power scheme have started receiving bank alerts of N30, 000 for their November 2021 stipend.
Some volunteers (Batch C) who spoke to Naijaonpoint Media on condition of anonymity confirmed the development on Tuesday morning.
Npower News: FG Approves November and December Stipend Payment
Naijaonpoint Media reports that following the approval of November and December Stipend Payment to the Batch C Stream 1 Npower beneficiaries by FG through the Minister for Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouk, the National Social Investment Management System (NASIMS) has initiated payment for the month of November 2021.
Many beneficiaries of the Batch C Stream 1 Npower Programme have seen the November Payment marked as “Pending” on their NASIMS Profiles on 20th, Jan. 2022.
Nasims Update Non-Graduate Npower Batch C Stream 2 Status
Naijaonpoint Media reports that Npower Management through Nasims portal has updated Non-Graduate Npower Batch C Stream 2 Status.
This new development occurred today as some of the Beneficiaries took to some of their discussion group to share the news.
Recall that a few days ago, the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar-Farouq, stated that the Federal Government will soon enlist additional 400,000 youths under the N-power programme
NYSC Mobilization Guidelines for 2022 Batch A
The management of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has released guidelines for mobilization of graduates in National Service Program for 2022 Batch A. NYSC is a scheme that was established by the Federal government of Nigeria on 22nd May, 1973 with a purpose to rebuild and integrate the country after the civil war.
The scheme was created with primary purpose to reconstruct, reconcile and rebuild the country after the Nigeria/Biafra Civil war.
The damages caused by the civil war gave the Federal Govt the impetus to establish the National Youth Service Crops.
Nigerian graduates who obtained a Bachelor Degree or HND from accredited university at the age of 30 years or below are qualified to take part in NYSC program. See how NYSC calculate age limit for mobilization.
Guidelines for NYSC mobilization of graduates
Below is the statement released by the NYSC Director-General as regards to mobilization of graduates this year.
As part of efforts aimed at ensuring that only eligible graduates who pass through duly accredited full time courses are mobilized for participation in the National Youth Service Corps.
The NYSC Management is collaborating with relevant regulatory bodies of the respective Corps Producing Institutions (CPIs), the National Universities Commission (NUC) for Universities, Degree awarding institutions and the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) for Mono/Polytechnics, and as well as the entry admission examination body – Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
Accordingly, the data of all prospective corps members as submitted for mobilization by their respective institutions, are subjected to screening for conformity with the requirements of these regulatory/examination bodies.
In this regard, all prospective corps members whose admissions are not known to JAMB will be deemed to be improperly admitted.
The admission status of such students will require the affected CPIs to regularise same with JAMB.
Similarly, all Corps Producing Institutions (CPIs) have been advised to abide by the extant admission quota approved by the NUC and NBTE respectively in making submission for mobilization.
Any submission in excess of quotas approved will not be accepted.
Graduates of courses not duly accredited by these regulatory bodies will not be mobilized for service.
It should be stated, for emphasis, that the regularization of admissions with JAMB is the duty of the Corps Producing Institutions (CPIs).
Just as the confirmation of approved admission quota for each course and the determination of their accreditation status is the prerogative of the regulatory bodies (NUC and NBTE).
It is imperative to state that the NYSC will not act as a liaison office between the Corps Producing Institutions (CPIs) and these regulatory/examination bodies.
This much had earlier been brought to the notice of CPIs at the last Pre-Mobilization Workshop held in Ilorin, Kwara State on Thursday 16th January, 2013.
Corps Producing Institutions which are unable to conclude the regularization exercise during the 2013 Batch ‘A’ service year could still be considered in subsequent Batches when the outstanding issues would have been resolved by the institution.
It has become expedient to bring this information to the attention of the general public for necessary guidance.
Source: Naijaonpoint Media