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How to Do NYSC Clearance – Every serving corps member is mandated to do the NYSC clearance every month throughout their oneyear national service. Failure to do so will attract several sanctions from the NYSC board.
The NYSC clearance serves as a monitoring system for corps members to ensure that they are actively carrying out their national assignment at their Place of Primary Assignment (PPA). The NYSC clearance proves that you have not absconded from the NYSC program.
Do you know that if you don’t carry out the NYSC clearance, your monthly allowance will be forfeited? That’s just one of the sanctions that would be waiting for you when you miss your NYSC clearance.
Your oneyear service program may even be extended as punishment for missing your NYSC clearance. Do you know how to do the NYSC clearance? No? Then you’re lucky. Because in today’s post, I’ll be showing you how to do your NYSC monthly and final clearance.
Continue reading to find out the following;
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How to Do NYSC Clearance - LGA Clearance and NYSC Final Clearance
The NYSC clearance is a mandatory and official exercise for all serving corps members. The NYSC clearance is created by the management of the NYSC program to monitor corps members during their oneyear service. It helps the NYSC board confirm that you are currently service at your assigned PPA. The clearance must be done at the Local Government Secretariat where your local government inspector’s office is located. It usually last for 10days beginning from the 10th day of the month.
There are 2 ways to do your NYSC clearance, and that is; the manual clearance, and the Biometric clearance. The manual clearance is more predominant in most parts of the country with the biometric clearance being practiced in Lagos state and a few other state as a test run. Both type of clearance can be accessed through your NYSC dashboard, and your clearance status will update on your dashboard after completing the clearance.
See Also: How to Correct Your NYSC Name
To do your monthly NYSC clearance, follow the procedures below:
Note: If you have done your NYSC clearance for a particular month, and your status for that month is still showing “Absent”, then immediately head to your Local Government Inspector (LGI) to lay a complain.
See Also: How to Check NYSC State of Deployment
The NYSC final clearance is a bit different from the usual NYSC monthly clearance. To do your final clearance, follow the procedures below:
Note: You must obtain five (5) to seven (7) stamps and signatures on your final clearance paper to be cleared.




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