Name of Nepal Nursing Council Registration Certificate Examination. (Licensing Examination) very important information
This information has been published for the information of all regarding the upcoming name registration certificate examination (Licensing Examination) to be conducted by the Nepal Nursing Council on 13 mangsir, 2077 BS. Candidates appearing for the National Licensing examination for Nurses (NLEN) should have passed Proficiency Certificate Level Nursing (PCL Nursing) or B.Sc Nursing and candidates appearing for the National Licensing examination for Midwives (NLEM) Must have passed Bachelor in Midwifery Science (BMS).
Online Form Submission Date – 2077.06.04 to 2077/07/03
Online Double Fee – 2077/07/04 to 2077/07/15
.To fill up the online form, please go to the exam link exam.nnc.org.np and follow the instructions. Exam application form will not be available through any medium other than online.
• Provision has been made to increase the examination fee to Rs. 1,600 (only Rs. 1,600) and delay fee to Rs. 3,100 (only Rs.
Detailed information regarding the examination can be obtained from the office of this council. Also, the council’s website can be viewed at www.nnc.org.np or phone no. You can contact on 01-4372521.
The Examination Committee of the Nepal Nursing Council may, if it deems necessary, conduct interviews with the candidates.
Exam time will be from 9:00 am to 11:30 am (2 hours 30 minutes). All the candidates appearing for the registration test will have to wear masks when they come to the examination center due to the infection of CoV-19. In addition, the fever of the examinees will be measured at each center.
The council will provide black gel pen to the candidates in the registration exam. Students appearing for the examination are advised not to bring or carry items such as mobiles, pens, watches, rings, thefts, ear rings, tops, any electronic devices. In the written test of the registration exam, 150 questions will be asked for both nursing and midwifery and the whole number will be 150. Only those who get 50% marks will be considered as successful candidates. In case of midwifery, there will be an additional 50 integer experimental test (OSPE). In order to be successful, the examinee has to get 80% marks.