NYSC, VARSITIES TO REVIEW TIMETABLE AFTER STRIKE

The National Youth Service Corps, Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board, and universities will meet later to harmonise timetable and rollout calendar for the mobilisation of graduates for the mandatory National Youth Service and 2022 admissions following the disruption in the academic calendar as a result of the ongoing industrial actions.

The Secretary-General of the Committee of Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities, Prof Yakubu Ochefu, disclosed this in an interview with journalists.

He said the heads of JAMB, NYSC and universities would meet to ensure synchronisation of timetables once the strike is called off.

Ochefu said, “If we recall, in 2020, when we had a similar situation, all the parties adjusted their rollout calendars.

“NYSC, JAMB, and the Universities will work together to synchronise their timetables.

“Their leaders will surely meet to review the timelines immediately after the strike is called off.”

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