School of Nursing & Basic Midwifery, Jalingo Admission Form 2024

Are you aspiring to join the Taraba State School of Nursing & Basic Midwifery, Jalingo for the 2023/2024 academic session? Here’s a comprehensive guide to help you navigate through the admission process.

Admission Form Availability:

The admission forms for the Basic Nursing and Midwifery program at the School of Nursing & Basic Midwifery, Jalingo, are currently on sale for the 2023/2024 academic year. Eligible candidates are encouraged to obtain and fill out the registration form promptly.

Application Period:

The admission process is open from Monday, 2nd October to Friday, 20th October 2023, with registration taking place between 8:30 am to 3:00 pm daily, excluding public holidays and weekends. Ensure to submit your application before the deadline, as late applications will not be considered.


Registration is exclusively conducted at the school’s main campus.

Registration Fees:

  • Indigenes: N 14,000.00
  • Non-Indigenes: N 16,000.00
  • Processing fee: N 8,000.00
  • Nursing and Midwifery Committee: N 500.00
  • Customized file: N 500.00

Admission Requirements:

To be eligible for admission, applicants must meet specific criteria, including:

  • Recent color passport photographs
  • Educational Certificate (FSLC, WASSCE, GCE, NECO, or NABTEB)
  • Birth certificate or Age Declaration
  • Certificate of Local Government of Origin
  • Change of name documents if applicable

Age Limit:

Prospective students must be between 17 and 35 years old before picking up the admission form. Age verification documents, such as a birth certificate or an age declaration affidavit, will be required during the application process.

Entrance Examination:

After submitting the application form, eligible candidates will undergo an entrance examination. This examination assesses applicants’ knowledge and aptitude for nursing and midwifery. Adequate preparation is crucial for success in this examination.


Q1: Can I apply online for the admission form? A: No, registration is only conducted at the school’s main campus.

Q2: What documents are required for registration? A: You will need recent passport photographs, educational certificates, birth certificate or age declaration, certificate of local government of origin, and change of name documents if applicable.

Q3: Is there an age limit for admission? A: Yes, prospective students must be between 17 and 35 years old.

Q4: How much is the total registration fee for non-indigenes? A: Non-indigenes are required to pay a total of N16,000.00, including processing fees and committee charges.

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