CONAMKAT Post-UTME Screening Form 2021/2022 | ND & HND

Katsina State College of Nursing and Midwifery (CONAMKAT) Kasimu Kofar Bai College of Nursing Katsina Post-UTME Admission Screening Form, Eligibility, Requirements, Cost of Forms, Application Guidelines, Entrance Exam / Interview Dates, Time, Venue and Deadline for 2021/2022 Academic Session.

Applications are invited from the general public into the ND/HND Nursing Programme of the Katsina State College of Nursing and Midwifery (CONAMKAT) Kasimu Kofar Bai College of Nursing Katsina for the 2021/2022 academic session.

RECOMMENDED: Katsina State School of Midwifery (CONAMKAT) Admission Form.

Introduction

The main objective of the movement of Nursing Education into Colleges of Nursing in collaboration with National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) is to ensure that Nursing and Midwifery education in Nigeria, evolve in line with the National Policy on Education and the contemporary system of education in Nigeria. This is in order to give legal backing by the Federal Government to Nursing institutions for the award of ACADEMIC CERTIFICATES to Nursing graduates.

The ND/HND Nursing programme has been designed to allow for seamless academic progression of graduates along the already existing system of education in the country. It also takes cognizance of the new scheme of service for Nurses in Nigeria approved by the National Council of Establishment in 2016.

The main goal of the ND/HND Nursing programme is to prepare competent, skilled, polyvalent Nurse practitioners, versatile midwives and professionally knowledgeable public health Nurses who will use problem-solving skills in providing safe, acceptable, effective and affordable quality health services to meet the health needs of individuals, families and communities at all levels of care.

About ND/HND Nursing Programme

The ND/HND Nursing is a four-year UNINTERUPTED programme i.e 2 years for ND and 2 years for HND. Students starts with ND Nursing programme which is a non-terminal programme. The ND Nursing graduates with minimum CGPA of 2.5 (Lower Credit) will then proceed for HND Nursing. Indexing shall be at the beginning of first semester of ND II. Students shall participate in Supervised Clinical Work Experience (SCWE) during the programme. The SCWEs would be in two parts of eight weeks each. The first part of SCWE shall be between the end of ND I, while the second part shall be between the end of ND II. Stipend for SCWE shall be paid through Industrial Training Fund (ITF). The SCWE shall be graded on a pass or fail basis. Where a student has satisfied all other requirements of the programme BUT FAILED SCWEs, he/she may only be allowed to repeat another four months SCWEs at his/own expenses.

Council’s Professional Exam for General Nursing shall be after successful completion of HND 1 Nursing. However, graduates of HND Nursing programme are required to sit for Council’s professional exam in either of the two options of specialization, namely: Midwifery for registration and licensing as Registered Midwife (RM) and Public Health Nursing for registration and licensing as Registered Public Health Nurse (RPHN).

HND graduates shall proceed for one-year mandatory Supervised Clinical Experience (Attachment) in an approved health facilities or institution and after successful completion of the one-year mandatory supervised clinical attachment, graduates shall be mobilized for a one year National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).

Cost of Form: 

  • Two Thousand Five Hundred Naira ₦2,500 (excluding bank charges)


Admission Requirements

The minimum entry requirement for admission into the ND Nursing programme is minimum of 5 credits including English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics at not more than two (2) sittings in WAEC, NECO or NABTEB. Combination of WAEC&WAEC, WAEC&NECO or NECO & NECO are accepted but NABTEB must be one sitting.

The JAMB subject combinations for ND Nursing are Use of English, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Any combination apart from that, will not be considered no matter the JAMB score. Successful candidates that meets the minimum Cut-off marks will be invited for Screening/Interview by the College.

Method of Application

The general public may recall that the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) has granted approval to College of Nursing and Midwifery, Katsina (CONAMKAT) to run ND Nursing programme at Kasimu Kofar Bai School of Nursing, Katsina which led to the inclusion of our College in the Brochure of Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).

Consequently, prospective students that wish to study ND Nursing programme at Kasimu Kofar Bai School of Nursing, Katsina should register with JAMB and choose our College under ND-Awarding Institutions as First or Second Choice. The JAMB subject combinations must be Use of English, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

The General should note that there is no more new admission for BASIC Nursing programme because it has been replaced with ND Nursing programme.

The College hereby invites candidates who chose the College as FIRST CHOICE in the 2021 JAMB UTME, obtained a minimum score of 140, and UPLOADED SSCE Result on JAMB Portal to apply for Post-UTME Screening/Interview Exercise for admission into the College.

Method of Application

1. Visit the College's website www.conamkat.edu.ng
2. Click on "Post-UTME Screening/Interview"
3. Put your UTME Number to verify
4. Make payment
5. Fill the form, submit and print the Interview Slip. The date of the interview will be indicated on the Slip.

SCREENING / INTERVIEW SCHEDULE


DEADLINE

1. The Portal will be opened for application on Friday 22nd October, 2021.
2. Closing Date for the application is Friday 22nd October, 2021

Signed
Academic Secretary,
For: Provost