Monday, October 17, 2016

NYSC OFFLINE BIOMETRIC FINGER PRINT CAPTURE



CAPTURE FINGERPRINTS VIA DESKTOP CLIENT


The Introduction of offline biometric finger print capture for NYSC has made it easy for Nigerians to register for the Online Mobilization Exercises when the online Fingerprint Capturing is very difficult due to too much people on NYSC Portal.

With this you can capture the fingerprint and complete the registration whenever website becomes friendly.
Very easy to use, you can capture Fingerprints within seconds.

Requirements are:

This prerequisite below is required and should be installed seperately before clicking the Install button:
The following prerequisites are required:
             Windows Installer 3.1
             Microsoft .NET Framework 4 (x86 and x64)
Note: No further requirement is needed to register PCM online directly including the Biometrics Fingerprints capture. No Licence is required


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