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NYSC Post All Corps Members to Teach in Villages in Taraba



NYSC post all corps members to teach in villages in Taraba state. At the closing ceremony of the orientation course, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Taraba State decided to posted the current 2015 Batch A corps members deployed to the state for national service to serve in rural communities as classroom teachers. According to ... Continue Reading

NYSC post all corps members to teach in villages in Taraba state. At the closing ceremony of the orientation course, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Taraba State decided to posted the current 2015 Batch A corps members deployed to the state for national service to serve in rural communities as classroom teachers.

According to the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) State Coordinator, Freeman Tumba, the reason for such posting was to ensure that the corps members contribute meaningfully to the educational development of the state during their service year.

About 90% of all the corps members posted to the state were sent to villages for their Place of Primary Assignment (PPA).

Tumba, who was speaking during the closing ceremony of the 2015 Batch ‘A’ orientation course, said that the NYSC discourages posting corps members to ministries, banks and parastatals on grounds that those posted to such places are often left redundant throughout their service year.

He urged the corps members to be mindful of the culture of people in their host communities and always dress decently.

The state coordinator thanked the state government for building a standard permanent orientation camp for corps members.

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