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When Prospective Corps Members (PCMs) check their names on the NYSC Senate list portal, they may receive the message “No Record Found.” For confirmation of the approved list, contact your school.” Unfortunately, some PCMs are oblivious to the meaning of the message or why they are seeing it.
If you’ve been getting the “no record found…” message on the NYSC portal every time you tried to check your name on the Senate list, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll go over why the message keeps appearing and how to fix it.
Please take a moment to double-check your name on the Senate list before we begin. If you keep getting the message “no record found,” keep reading to find a solution.
First, let’s take a look at how the entire NYSC process works.
Pre-mobilization (Sorting of the Senate List)
Pre-mobilization of eligible candidates by Corps Producing Institutions is the first stage of the National Youth Service Corps (CPIs). Various Institutions collect information about their candidates at this stage by asking them to fill out a mobilization form. There are some institutions, however, that automatically enlist qualified candidates for National Service without requiring them to fill out any paperwork. Please check with your school to see if any NYSC mobilization forms are required.
Publishing of the Senate List:
The next step is to paste the names of all the mobilized Prospective Corps Members into the Directorate of Students Affairs at your school for cross-checking.
Some Corps Producing Institutions, however, do not usually make the list public. However, most institutions post the list on their Directorate of Student Affairs notice board so that interested parties can double-check their names before submitting their applications to the NYSC. Before submitting your application to NYSC, double-check that your name is on the list.
Uploading/Submission of the Senate List
The Senate Approve List must be submitted to the NYSC in the third stage. Your institution will upload the soft copy of the senate list to the NYSC portal and submit it to the NYSC.
After receiving a hard copy of the Senate list from the Institutions, NYSC will make the list available online for Prospective Corps Members to check.
NB: The uploading of the Senate List to the NYSC portal is entirely the responsibility of your institution. As a result, you should file a complaint with them if your name does not appear on the Senate list.
Sending Hard Copy to Abuja
The Corps Producing Institutions will take the hard copies of the Senate list to the NYSC Headquarter in Abuja for verification after pasting the list and making any necessary corrections. The process will continue if the ones uploaded online (soft copy) match the ones submitted to the NYSC Head Office (hard copy), but if they don’t, all names responsible for the discrepancy will be removed (send to error list).
During verification, NYSC will check if the names on the list that was submitted to them match those on the JAMB Matriculation list; if they don’t, the names will be returned to the error list. All of these procedures are intended to reduce corruption and manipulation in certain institutions.
The Corrupt Nature
There was no such thing as Senate List, JAMB Matriculation, or JAMB Regularization in the past. Nothing like that exists in 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, and so on.
The NYSC management discovered in early 2017 that some institutions were mobilizing people who were not properly graduated to serve in the National Service.
They would frequently obliterate the names of qualified graduates and replace them with the names of those who had to pay them.
This became so serious that NYSC issued a warning that any institution caught engaging in such unethical behavior would be barred from participating in the NYSC program.
As a result, the idea of the Senate list going through some rigorous verification processes came into play in an attempt to combat corruption.
JAMB noticed in early 2018 that some schools also mobilize students who did not receive admission through JAMB.
The idea of JAMB Matriculation was introduced to prevent this.
The Senate list will then be visible on-line at the NYSC portal for Prospective Corps Members to verify their names after numerous cross-checking and necessary measures.
Even if the senate list is posted on your institution’s bulletin board, if you check the senate list on the NYSC portal, you’ll get “No Record Found” until your institution uploads the list to the NYSC portal and submits a hard copy of the list to NYSC.
The four Main Reason You Keep Seeing ‘No Record Found’ On NYSC Senate List Portal.
Let’s take a look at the four main reasons why your name isn’t on the NYSC Portal.
1. The Senate List yet to be released by your school.
Your name may not appear on the NYSC portal because your school has yet to upload or release the Senate list. You won’t be able to find your name if your school hasn’t released the list yet. Until your institution does the right thing, you’ll keep seeing “No Record Found.” Before you start looking for your name on the portal, double-check that your institution has uploaded its senate list.
2. No hard copy has been submitted.
Your school has not submitted hard copy of the list
Your institution must still submit a hard copy of the uploaded senate list to the NYSC Abuja headquarters after it has been uploaded. You will see “No Record Found” if NYSC does not receive the hard copy from your institution.
3. Your name has been omitted inadvertently.
A mistake could cause your name to be omitted from the Senate list. If that’s the case, get in touch with your school.
4. Requirements that have not been met
There is no way your name will appear on the Senate list if you do not meet the mobilization requirements.
You’ve now seen the main reasons why your name might not appear on the NYSC Senate List, as well as how the NYSC mobilization process works. If you keep getting the message “No record found,” don’t freak out. We suggest reading this article on how to resolve “No Record Found” issues on the Senate List.
Apart from the reasons listed above, there may be other reasons why your name was not found on the NYSC senate list.
Difference between Senate list and graduation list.
The graduation list is the list of those that have graduated whiles Senate list is the list of those that have graduated and Approved for NYSC Registration.
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