National Licensing Examination Notice from Nepal Nursing Council

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Edu Sanjal     05 Apr 2014     05 Apr 2014   

All the students who passed P.C.L Nursing and B.Sc Nursing from national and International level are required to submit the form for licensing examination which is going to be conducted at 2070/11/24 by Nepal Nursing Council. Examination form is available in Nepal Nursing Council Office Dhumbarahi.

About National Licensing Examination

National Licensing  Examination for Nurses is defined to be an entrance examination to be qualified to be identified as a nursing professional. This National Licensure Examination for Nurses is applied to all the new graduates from Proficiency Certificate Level (P.C.L.) and Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.Sc. N.) . Graduation or completion of nursing education in P.C.L. or B.Sc. N is a requirement to sit the National Licensure Examination. All the graduates of P.C.L and B.Sc. N must pass the National Licensure Examination before they start working as a nursing professional.

The National Licensure Examination for Nurses is the entry qualification to be a nursing professional. It should be distinguished differently from academic degree so that the Licensure Examination is applied to both B.SC.N and P.C.L at diploma level.

The title was recognized by the Board of Nepal Nursing Council, and also has exclusive right on the title. No one can employ the title with making alterations. The abbreviated title is `NLEN` in this context.

  1. Form distribution: 2070/10/12 to 2070/11/12
  2. Double fee charge: 2070/11/13 to 2070/11/16
  3. Admit card distribution: 2070/11/21 to 2070/11/23 (examinee should present personally with the bill)
  4. Exam date: 2070/11/24

For more information please contact

Nepal Nursing Council
Dhumbarahi, Kathmandu, Nepal
P.O.Box. 12541
Tel.: 977-1-4372521
Fax: 977-1-4377214
E-mail: info@nnc.org.np 
nncouncil@wlink.com.np

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