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Government releases the results of Nurses and Midwifery 2022

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The ministry of State Minister for Higher Education, Mr John Chrysostom Muyingo yesterday released the results of the 2022 nurses and midwives examinations at the Office of the President.
According to the executive secretary of the Uganda Nurses and Midwives Examinations Board (UNMEB), Ms Helen Mukakarisa ,a total of 4,456 candidates (2,223 certificate and 2,233 diploma) sat for the exams.
Out of these, 4,079 passed the examinations (2,141 diploma and 1,938 certificate) while a total of 358 failed the examinations.

A total of 19 learners did not turn up due to failure to raise tuition while others were ill.

She said that the board registered an improved performance of candidates who sat for the examinations in 2022 compared to those who sat for the exams last year at the diploma level.There was, however, a slight decline in the performance of learners at certificate level.
The board, however, registered a massive increment in the number of students at all levels. A total of 1,097 learners sat for the same exams in 2021 compared to 4,456 who sat in 2022 hence a difference of 3,359.
Meanwhile, a total of 49,227 candidates sat for the continuing examinations out of which 43,851 passed and can progress to the next semester.

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