Nursing Admission Result 2022 – Nursing and Midwifery Admission Test Results Released. The results of the admission test for bachelor of science in nursing and diploma in nursing science and midwifery and diploma in midwifery courses in government and private institutions have been published for the academic year 2021-22.
This was stated in a circular signed by Rashida Akhter, Registrar (Additional Charge) of Bangladesh Nursing and Midwifery Council and member-secretary of the Central Admissions Committee on Sunday (May 22) night.
According to the notification, the list of selected candidates for admission to government nursing and midwifery educational institutions (as per the code) has been released on the basis of the results of the admission test conducted on May 20 for the academic year 2021-22 in BSc in nursing and midwifery educational institutions, diploma in nursing and midwifery in government and private nursing and midwifery educational institutions. The remaining qualified candidates will be considered as the waiting list on the basis of merit and quota.
The detailed instructions for admission will be published later on the http://bnmc.teletalk.com.bd/options/result.php website.
It is known that there are 4,980 seats in nursing and midwifery in 100 institutions in the country. Of these, there are 1,200 seats in BSc in Nursing. There are 2,730 seats in Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery and 1,050 seats in Diploma in Midwifery. The number of seats for boys in the nursing admission test is only 10 percent and in private it is 20 per cent.
There were 1,11,562 candidates in this year’s nursing and midwifery admission test. Of these, 1,06,136 people were present. 67,701 people. The side rate is 60.7 percent.
Of these, there were 33,202 students in nursing. Of these, 31,522 people were present. 24,845 people. This time, the number of seats in government and private nursing institutions is 8,575.
There are 78,360 candidates in the midwifery admission test. Of these, 74,614 people attended. 42,856 people. This time, the number of seats in government and private midwifery institutions is 25,040.