Cross River Schools Of Midwifery Begins Sales Of Admission Forms

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Admission notice for Cross River State Schools of Midwifery
Admission notice for Cross River State Schools of Midwifery

The Cross River State Ministry of Health has begun sale of admission forms to intending students of the Schools of Midwifery in Calabar and Moniaya, in Ogoja local government area.

The Health Commissioner, Dr. Inyang Asibong disclosed this in a public service announcement notice signed by herself titled “Admission Into Cross River State Schools Of Midwifery, September 2016” and obtained by CrossRiverWatch.

The statement directed intending applicants to collect forms after the payment of a non-refundable fee of 6,500 Naira into First Bank Account Number; 2010327711 with Revenue Code; 402042 and Account Name; CRS Govt. Revenue Account.

It further directed that completed forms must be submitted on or before September 16, 2016 with 2 recent passport photographs, photocopy of educational certificate/licence, Bank teller/Print out and 2 file jackets.

Also, the statement added that screening and interviews will be conducted at the School of Midwifery premises along Moore road in Calabar on Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 8:00 AM for forms number 001 to 100 and Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 8:00 AM for forms number 100 and above.

Only candidates who are holders of registered Nurses certificate and possess a current practicing licence are eligible.

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2 commentsOn Cross River Schools Of Midwifery Begins Sales Of Admission Forms

  • Why should the poor applicants be required to pay N6,500 for application form that should be made available for free especially in this information age that such document can be posted on a website for download! What is the justification for the fee? It is okay if applicants are made to pay a reasonable processing fee of about N1,000 per completed form that is submitted.

    The screening and interviewing of applicants in Calabar is particular very hard for applicants from the northern part of the state such as Obudu, Bekwarra, Obanlikwu, Yala, Ogoja, etc. Applicants from these areas are being made to travel on very deplorable road condition to Calabar which is not centrally located in the state. Additionally, they have to lodge in hotels and feed themselves!

    Why is the screening and interviewing not taking place in MONIAYA? By the way, I think Moniaya is in Bekwarra!

    Mr. Health Commissioner, please be considerate to the less privileged. Make the application forms available on the websites such as CROSSRIVERWATCH.COM and CALABARBLOG.COM (since Cross River state government does not have a functioning website) for FREE download! Also, open a SECOND screening and interviewing site at MONIAYA!

    Please implement the recommendations IMMEDIATELY!

  • Why should the poor applicants be required to pay N6,500 for application form that should be made available for free especially in this information age that such document can be posted on a website for download! What is the justification for the fee? It is okay if applicants are made to pay a reasonable processing fee of about N1,000 per completed form that is submitted.

    The screening and interviewing of applicants in Calabar is particular very hard for applicants from the northern part of the state such as Obudu, Bekwarra, Obanlikwu, Yala, Ogoja, etc. Applicants from these areas are being made to travel on very deplorable road condition to Calabar which is not centrally located in the state. Additionally, they have to lodge in hotels and feed themselves!

    Where is the screening and interviewing not taking place in MONIAYA? By the way, I think Moniaya is in Bekwarra!

    Mr. Health Commissioner, please be considerate to the less privileged. Make the application forms available on the websites such as CROSSRIVERWATCH.COM and CALABARBLOG.COM (since Cross River state government does not have a functioning website) for FREE download! Also, open a SECOND screening and interviewing site at MONIAYA! Please implement the recommendations IMMEDIATELY!

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