Akwa Ibom State School of Nursing Form for 2021-2022 Admission is now Open

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Akwa Ibom State School of Nursing Form for 2021-2022 Admission is now Open

The Akwa-Ibom State School of Nursing Admission Form 2021/2022 is now available online | The Akwa-Ibom State School of Nursing Admission Form is now available for the 2021/2022 Academic Session, check the information below to apply.

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Multiple nursing schools in Nigeria are now accepting applications for the 2021/2022 academic year. The management of the Akwa Ibom State School of Nursing has followed suit, and this medium is being used to inform the general public that the School of Nursing Akwa Ibom State Admission Form for the 2021/2022 academic session is out, and applications are currently being received from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Akwa Ibom State School of Nursing Basic Nursing programme for the 2021/2022 academic session.

Is the Akwa Ibom State School of Nursing application for 2020 available?

YES is the answer. The application period for the Basic and General Nursing Programs at the Akwa Ibom State School of Nursing for the 2021 Academic Session has begun.

Suitably eligible applicants are invited to apply for admission into the following nursing programs at the Akwa Ibom State School of Nursing.

  • Basic Nursing
  • General Nursing

Online applications will be accepted at the Nursing Services Directorate, Ministry of Health headquarters, Idongesit Nkanga Secretariat, Uyo, from Monday, August 24, to Friday, September 18, 2020, between 8:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., except on public holidays and weekends.

How much is the Registration fee for Akwa Ibom State School of Nursing?

The fee for registration/processing is listed below.

Fees: N5,000.00 registration fee, N7,000.00 processing fee, N200.00 Nursing, and Midwifery Committee N300.00 for a customized file Akwa Ibom State School of Nursing Entry Requirement

The applicant must be able to:

Have credits in English Language, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and Mathematics in not more than two sittings of WASSCE, GCE, NECO, or NABTEB.
May/June is on the horizon.

Students who have received their WASSCE or NECO 2019 results may also register with testimonials from their schools.

The NABTEB score cannot be combined with any other score. Age (16years and above)

Requirements for registration

a) Three color passport photos were taken during the last three years

b) Two photocopies of each of the following: –

Birth certificate or Age Declaration Certificate of Local Government of Origin – FSLC, WASSCE, GCE, NECO OR NABTEB
If necessary, a name change will be made.)

Date of the Akwa Ibom State School of Nursing Entrance Exam

Saturday, October 3rd, 2020 is the date of the Entrance Exam.

Date of the Akwa Ibom State School of Nursing’s closure

The deadline for the school of nursing applications in Akwa Ibom State is Friday, September 18th, 2020.

Nigerian Nurses’ Salary Structures in 2021

Have you looked at how much Nurses make on a monthly basis? Then you’ve come to the right place and are receiving accurate information. This article explains how often Nurses Workers in Nigeria are paid on a monthly basis, as well as the various levels of employment and their associated salaries.

Nurses’ Salaries in Government and Teaching Hospitals

N70, 000 – N90, 000 for entry-level (0–2 years experience) (Only a few hospitals pay more than this)

N90,000 – N110,000 (mid-level, 2–5 years)

N100,000 – N150,000 for accomplished (5 years or more)

Nurses’ Salaries in Private Hospitals

N50, 000 – N80, 000 for entry-level positions (0–2 years of experience).

N70, 000 – N100, 000 at mid-level (2–5 years)

N80, 000 – N150, 000 for experienced (5 years or more)

It should be remembered that the above pay is the regular salary, which does not include incentives or other benefits that nurses are entitled to.

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