Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic NYSC Mobilisation Briefing 2023


Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic has announced a crucial briefing for all prospective Corps Members of the 2023 Batch ‘C’ and HND II students. Curious about the date, time, and venue? This guide provides all the details you need for the NYSC mobilisation and registration procedure.

Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic Briefing on NYSC Mobilization

Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic in Ikot Osurua, Ikot Ekpene has made a significant announcement concerning its 2023 Batch C Prospective Corps Members and all HND II students. As one of the leading polytechnics in the region, this new update underscores the institution’s commitment to its students’ futures.

Institution 🏢 Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic
Announcement 📢 NYSC Mobilisation Procedure & Registration
Audience 🎓 Prospective Corps Members 2023 Batch ‘C’ & HND II Students
Date 📆 Monday, 23rd October, 2023
Time ⏰ 10:00am Prompt
Venue 📍 New Auditorium
Attendance 🚫 Mandatory
Note 📜 Widest publicity is encouraged

Details on the NYSC Mobilization Procedure

The Office of the Registrar released an official statement dated 12th October 2023, emphasizing the importance of this briefing. The memo indicates that officials from the NYSC’s National Headquarters will visit the campus to provide invaluable insights into the NYSC mobilization and registration process.

Such sessions are crucial for students preparing to embark on the National Youth Service Corps programme. They offer students the opportunity to grasp the necessary steps they need to undertake and to resolve any queries they might have about the mobilization and registration procedures.

Key Details of the Event

  • Date: Monday, 23rd October 2023
  • Time: 10.00am, sharp
  • Venue: New Auditorium

The polytechnic urges that all affected Prospective Corps Members and HND II students be present at this pivotal event, as attendance is mandatory. The institution further encourages its community to give this announcement the broad publicity it genuinely merits, highlighting its significance in the academic journey of the students involved.

Closing Remarks

The Deputy Registrar (Students’ Affairs), Nathaniel Ibanga, endorsed the announcement on behalf of the Acting Registrar. The memo was also shared with key officials, including the Rector, Deputy Rector, Polytechnic Librarian, Bursar, Deans of Schools/Directors, and Heads of Departments/Units. Additionally, the Students’ Union Government (SUG) and all notice boards received a copy, ensuring a wide reach across the institution.

To reiterate, the essence of this briefing cannot be understated. It’s not merely about understanding the NYSC procedure but aligning one’s academic journey with the broader national objectives and understanding the role one plays in that grander scheme.

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