Diploma & BSC in Nursing and Midwifery admission circular for 2022-2023 academic year. Nursing admission circular 2023 notice has been published on www.bnmc.gov.bd & bnmc.teletalk.com.bd. This article contains the essential guidelines and prerequisites for submitting an application for the BSc and Diploma Nursing Science and Midwifery Admission Test in the ongoing session. বাংলায় দেখুন
Nursing and Midwifery admission result has been published !
Midwifery & Nursing Admission Circular 2022-2022
Bangladesh Nursing and Midwifery Council offers three degree programs, namely the Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery, Diploma in Midwifery, and BSc in Nursing, with different durations of three and four years. If you aspire to become a nurse, you have the opportunity to apply for admission, but it’s crucial to familiarize yourself with various requirements such as minimum eligibility criteria, seat availability, grade distribution, application procedure, and other relevant details before submitting your application.
|Application Start: 15 March 2023|
Last Date: 13 April 2023 (11.59 PM)
Payment Deadline: 15 April 2023 (11.59 PM)
Application Fee: 700 Taka (Nursing) & 500 Taka (Midwifery)
Exam Date: 26 May 2023 (10.00 AM) ( Revised)
Admit Card Download: From 18 May 2023
Apply Link: bnmc.teletalk.com.bd
- Applicants must be citizens of Bangladesh and not over 22 years of age.
- Applicants must have passed SSC / Equivalent examination in 2019 & 2020 and HSC / Equivalent examination in 2021 & 2022.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSc in Nursing):To be eligible for admission, students from the science background must have obtained a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 7.00 in their SSC and HSC or equivalent exams. It’s important to note that a GPA lower than 3.00 in any examination will not be considered, and both the exams must have a minimum GPA of 3.00 in Biology.
Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery / Diploma in Midwifery:Students from all academic streams, including Science, Arts, and Commerce, are eligible to apply for this unit. However, it is mandatory for them to have obtained a minimum total Grade Point Average (GPA) of 6.00 in their SSC and HSC or equivalent exams.
The evaluation of candidates will be based on a total of 150 marks, out of which 100 marks will be allocated for the admission test, and the remaining 50 marks will be awarded based on their Grade Point Average (GPA). The admission test will consist of multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and will be conducted for one hour. Below is the distribution of marks for each subject
For BSC in Nursing
For Diploma in Midwifery / Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery
Pass Marks – 40
GPA Count Mechanism
A total of 50 marks have been allocated for the evaluation of the student’s SSC and HSC Grade Point Average (GPA) scores.
- SSC GPA Score x 4 = 20 (Highest)
- HSC GPA Score x 6 = 30 (Highest)
There are numerous seats available for the BSc in Nursing and Diploma in Midwifery courses, and the number of seats may potentially increase as per the government’s instructions.
- BSc in Nursing Course – 1200
- Diploma Nursing Science & Midwifery Institute – 2730
- Diploma in Midwifery – 1050
- 2% of the seats will be reserved for the children and grandchildren (i.e., second-generation) of freedom fighters.
- Out of the remaining 98% seats, 60% of candidates will be selected based on national merit.
- The remaining 40% of seats will be filled through the district quota system.
BSc in Nursing & Diploma in Midwifery Admission Circular 2023
Online Application Process
Applicants who are interested in seeking admission can submit their application through the online portal bnmc.teletalk.com.bd. To complete the application process, candidates are required to provide the following information:
- Personal Information
- Academic Information (Roll, Registration number, etc.)
- List of Exam Centers
- Teletalk SIM Card Details
- Scanned Photograph and Signature with appropriate dimensions
Once the online application is complete, a confirmation form containing the applicant’s User ID and password will be generated on the website. The next step is to make the payment of the admission fee using a Teletalk Prepaid SIM. The payment process involves the following instructions:
Send an SMS with the text “BNMC <Space> User ID” to the number 16222. For example, BNMC D7ADEX
Send a second SMS with the text “BNMC <Space> Yes <Space> Pin number” to the number 16222. For example, BNMC YES 462364
Upon successful payment, the admission fee will be deducted from the applicant’s balance, and a confirmation SMS containing the User ID and password will be sent.
Guidelines For Admission Candidates
Guidelines for admission candidates in nursing and midwifery programs are essential to help applicants prepare for the admission process. The following guidelines should be considered by candidates who are planning to apply for these programs.
Eligibility criteria: Candidates should check the eligibility criteria before applying for admission to nursing and midwifery programs. The eligibility criteria may vary depending on the institution and the course of study. Typically, applicants must have completed their secondary school certificate (SSC) and higher secondary certificate (HSC) exams with a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 6.00.
Academic requirements: Applicants are required to provide their academic information during the application process, including their roll number, registration number, and other relevant information.
Exam centers: Candidates should review the list of exam centers and choose a convenient location for the admission test.
Online application: The application process for admission in nursing and midwifery programs is usually conducted online. Candidates must provide accurate personal and academic information, including a valid email address and phone number.
Payment process: Applicants need to pay the admission fee through a Teletalk Prepaid SIM card. The payment process involves sending two SMS messages to the number 16222.
Admission test: The admission test for nursing and midwifery programs is usually a one-hour multiple-choice question (MCQ) test. Candidates should study the subjects thoroughly and be well-prepared for the exam.
Required documents: Candidates must submit all required documents, including SSC and HSC certificates, transcripts, and other relevant certificates.
Reservation policy: Candidates who belong to reserved categories such as freedom fighter’s children and their children (Grandson) may have a separate reservation policy. Candidates should review the admission guidelines for specific information on reservation policies.
In conclusion, candidates who aspire to pursue nursing and midwifery programs should carefully review the admission guidelines and prepare accordingly. By following these guidelines, candidates can increase their chances of getting admission to the program of their choice.