Madhya Pradesh Nursing Registration Council has released the result of the Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery (ANM) and General Nursing & Midwifery (GNM) June 2020 session. The result is available on the website, mpnrc.mponline.gov.in. Candidates have to enter the roll no to check the result. The council had conducted the ANM / GMM final examination in February 2021.
Candidates have to secure the minimum qualifying marks and also have to pass in both theory and practical exam separately. The council shall conduct the supplementary examination for the candidates who failed the exam. The detailed notification regarding the supplementary exam will be published on the MPNRC official website, mpnrc.mp.gov.in.
MP Nursing Result is available online and the process to check it is quite simple. Candidates have to follow a few simple steps to check the MP Nursing GNM / ANM result. First of all, visit the website, mpnrc.mponline.gov.in. Hereafter, check the Application section for the result link. Select the link and enter the roll no. Finally, select the view button and the result will display.
After checking the result if the candidate is not satisfied with the marks secured then he/she can apply for the revaluation / re-totalling of the mark sheet. It is a chargeable process. To apply for the revaluation / re-totalling candidates have to submit the application form along with the fees. The detailed information shall be published shortly on the council website.
The supplementary examination is conducted so that students can clear the paper and the exam. Candidates have to submit the application form and fees for the supplementary exam. The council will release the exam time table online for the supplementary exam. A new hall ticket / admit card will be issued to the candidates appearing for the supplementary exam. The result shall be declared online on the MP Nursing official website.
Madhya Pradesh Nurses Registration Council was established in 1956. It is located in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Formerly the council’s name was ‘Mahakaushal Nurses Registration Council’. From May 18, 2012, the council has been renamed “Madhya Pradesh Nurses Registration Council Bhopal” by the State Government. From 1956 to 1980, there were only 56 Nursing Institutions out of which, most government schools / colleges of nursing and ANM there were training centres. Currently, more than 450 nursing schools / colleges are functioning under the Madhya Pradesh Nurses Registration Council.