How To Make Up To N300,000 With NYSC Online Registration



In this article, I will be explaining how you can actually make up to N300,000 (three hundred thousand naira) within a year with the upcoming NYSC online registration.
This business is absolutely risk free and 100% legit.
Facts & Figures
According to the NYSC Director-General, Brig. General Suleiman Kazaure, "No fewer than 300,000 graduates are mobilised annually for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme."
Kazaura, disclosed this in Bauchi when he spoke at an opening ceremony of the 2017 Batch 'A' pre-orientation workshop, entitled Evolving Strategies to Meet the Challenge of Increasing Corps Population.

To register each  Prospective Corps Member (PCM), Cyber café charge between N1,500 and N2,000; some even charge up to N3,000 depending on your area.

So, assuming the average charge is N1,500;
N1500 × 300,000 = N450,000,000.00.

This simply means that graduates across Nigeria pay not less than Four hundred and fifty million Naira to cyber café every year for NYSC registration.
From the huge amount which goes to cyber café, you can grab about N300,000 or more if you're smart. So, let's look at how possible this can be.

Let's assume you registered 200 graduates at the sum of N1500; that would amount to 200 × N1500 = N300,000. Believe me, you might register even more than that number if you are serious; during online registration, you would see many PCMs begging for registration.
If you have ever been in cyber café during NYSC online registration, you would understand what I mean.

The question is, how can this be achieved?
At this point, let's look at the necessary things you need to put in place.


What You Need To Put Place In Place:

For you to start up this business, below are what you need to put in place;

1. Space: you need a space but you don't really have to rent a shop. You don't even need to pay anybody for a space unless you intend to stay permanent to register JAMB, WAEC etc.

2. Sign board: Getting a professional 'Sign board' may be too costly, but you can still achieve same goal if you buy 'cardboard sheet' at the cost of #50, and then write on it something like "Do NYSC Registration Here" or "NYSC Accredited Registration Centre".

3. Table and Seat: You can take a plastic table from your house or buy one at very cheap price. For Seat, you need to get about 5 plastic seat or a long bench, so that not all your customers would stand up. It doesn't really matter, but at least show them love.

4. Laptop: You need a laptop that has webcam(front camera), most of today's Laptop have webcam. So, if you don't have laptop, you need to buy or borrow one from your friend. I do not advised you use desktop, but you can use it if you don't have a Laptop.
5. Modem: For internet connectio, you really need to buy a modem at about #3,000 or if you have a smart phone, you can easily connect your Laptop to your mobile network using Hotspot & Wi-Fi.

6. Fingers Print Machine: This is very important, in fact without that you would not be able to complete the NYSC online registration. The type of Finger print that NYSC requires is "Digital Persona 4500", the price ranges from N10,000 to N12,000 depending on where your are buying it from.
Note: Browsers are no longer compatible with 'Digital Persona 4500', therefore, you need to install java 6, 7 or 8 on your computer... Read more about the installation.
7. Colored Printer: You need a colored printing machine, because you need to give them print-out slip which NYSC issues after successful online registration. But, if you do not have a colored printer, you should at least have someone that will be working with you. So, that person's work would be, taking those you have registered to another place for printing, alternatively you can save the 'print-out' file and then send via e-mail to anybody you registered, so they will go to other place and print it by themselves.

8. Electricity or A Small Generator: You need power for your electronic machines such as Printer and Laptop/desktop. You can get a small generator if you don't have where to tap electric power.
Source: otondo.com.ng
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