NYSC Food Timetable for Batch A, B, and C
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NYSC Food Timetable for 2023 Batch A, B, and C

NYSC Food Timetable for 2023 Batch A, B, and C – It is quite obvious that most people food a lot. It means that it is not all the food that they eat. But when are been mobilized for service, at your different camps, you will be served all kinds of foods, both The ones that you will like to eat, and the ones you will not like to eat.

In this regard, I will be discussing with you, the National Youth Service Corps food timetable for Batch A, Batch B, and Batch C in 2023.

Therefore, if you have been mobilized for service, you have to take good note of this information, so that if you are the type of person who selects food, you can plan ahead of time and know how you will supplement those foods when the time comes.

NYSC Food Timetable for Batch A, B, and C

About National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) 

National Youth Service Corps was established in 1976, with the aim of promoting love, unity, and integration in the country.

The concept allows University graduate to serve their country in a different part of the country that is not their own state.

Since its establishment, the program has made an enormous impact in the country. In the course of this service, University graduates have the opportunity to learn other people’s cultures and traditions.

Categories of the NYSC Food Timetable for Batch A, B, and C.

Now let us look at the schedule of food for the NYSC members. We will consider the kind of food for each meal, and the time that the food is served, so pay grip attention to this:

At the camp, corp members are served food for three times a day, and the following are the different meals they are served and the time:

Breakfast:

This is the first food that is served to the corp members, in the morning hours. Breakfast is usually served from 7:30 a.m. to 8:55 a.m. after the corp members have finished with their morning training or exercises.

Lunch:

This is the first food that is served to the corp members, during the noon hours of the day. 

After breakfast, the corp members have to go for lectures and when they close lectures and all the afternoon activities, they will be served with lunch.

Lunch is served at 2:00 pm-3:30 pm, after which they will have rest and get ready for the evening exercise and training. 

Dinner:

This is the first food that is served to the corp members, at night when they have finished all the day’s training and lectures.

Dinner is served at 6:30 pm-8:00 pm. After having dinner, corp members are to go to sleep.

NYSC Food Timetable for Batch A, B, C.

Now let us move straight to the food timetable and the days, from day to day.

Mondays Food Schedule

What does the food timetable of NYSC members look like on Mondays?

  • Monday Morning corp members are served Beans and Pap.
  • Monday afternoon corp members are served with Soup and Eba.
  • Monday evening corp members are served with Rice and Stew.

Food Schedule for Tuesdays.

  • On Tuesday Morning, corp members are served Bread, tea, and Egg.
  • On Tuesday afternoon corp members are served Beans and Yam Porridge.
  • Tuesday evening corp members are served Jollof Rice.

Food Schedule for Wednesdays.

  • Wednesday morning corp members are served yam and Jollof Beans.
  • Wednesday afternoon corp members are served White rice and Stew.
  • On wedsady evening corp members are served Eba and Soup.

Food Schedule for Thursdays.

  • Thursday morning corp members are served Bread, tea, and Egg.
  • Thursday afternoon corp members are served Eba and Draw Soup.
  • Thursday evening corp members are served Jollof Rice and Fish.

Fod Schedule for Fridays.

  • Friday morning corp members are served Bread Butter and tea.
  • Friday afternoon is Rice and Beans, with fish.
  • Friday evening corp members are served Egusi Soup with Eba and meat.

Food Schedule for Saturdays.

  • Saturday morning corp members are served Pap and Akara
  • Saturday afternoon corp members are served Soup with meat and Eba. 
  • Saturday Evening, corp members are served Rice and Stew.

Food Schedule for Sundays.

  • Sunday morning corp members are served Tea, Bread, and Egg.
  • Sunday afternoon corp members are served  Jollof Rice and Chicken.
  • Sunday evening corp members are served Porridge Yam and beans.

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FAQs

These are some of the essential questions that corp members ask about the food timetable in their different orientation camps.

Where can I find the NYSC food timetable in my orientation camp?

To know where your orientation camp food timetable is, go to your orientation camp kitchen notice board. That is where the food timetable is posted.

Do all the orientation camps have the same food timetable?

No, all the orientation camps have different food timetables. What is used in the Abuja orientation camp is not the same timetable as the one at the Lagos orientation camp.

Are the foods in the orientation camps delicious?

Frankly speaking, food is not as delicious as you may want it to be, so you have to manage it.

 You have to understand that this food is cooked for thousands of people, therefore, the probability of making it very delicious like the food you prepare by yourself is not there.  

Are corps members allowed to cook their own food?

No corp member is allowed to cook any kind of food at the orientation camp, if you don’t like the food, the only way out is for you to go to Mami market and buy whatever you want and eat.

Is it mandatory for me to eat the food that is given to NYSC at the camp?

Eating food at the orientation camp is not compulsory. If you are the type of person who selects food, and if your body system does not welcome certain kinds of food, then you don’t need to eat the camp food, you can buy other food for yourself.

Conclusion

So, guys, that is what the NYSC Food Timetable for 2023 Batch A, B, and C, looks like. Thank you for reading through the post to the end, I wish you a good stay at your various NYSC camps.

Amos Nya
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