How to Apply 2017/18 Kogi State College Of Nursing & Midwifery Admission Form

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Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the 2017/18 Kogi State College Of Nursing & Midwifery Admission Form

2017/18 Kogi State College Of Nursing & Midwifery Admission Form

Interested applicants are to:

‐  Walk into any bank on Etranzact platform nation‐wide
‐  Fill a teller (You do not need to account number)
‐  Write “Kogi State College of Nursing and Midwifery, Obangede” at the
Top of the teller.
‐  Fill the “Amount” (including the Transaction Charge)
‐  Pay at the counter and collect “Payment Receipt” indicating:
o  Confirmation Oder#
o  Receipt#
o  Amount Paid
o  Payment Date
o  And other relevant details.
N.B.: (Insist on collecting your Payment receipt before leaving the banking hall)


See List Of Banks Below:

The following banks are members of the eTranzact platform:
  Access Bank
  Diamond Bank Plc
  Keystone Bank
  First City Monument Bank
  GTB Bank
  Stanbic IBTC
  Sterling Bank
  Zenith Bank
  First Bank of Nigeria Plc
  BIAO of Ivory Coast
  CitiBank
  Covenant Micro Finance Bank
  Ecobank
  Fidelity Bank Plc
  Jaiz Bank
  UBA Group
  Skye Bank
  Union Bank
  Unity Bank
  Wema Bank Plc
  Standard Chartered Bank

METHOD OF APPLICATION

After Payment visit: http://portal.kgscnmobagede.com/
1. Enter your “Confirmation Order#” and click on “Start Application”
2. If your “Confirmation Order#” is correct, a “New form” will open for you to start filling.
3. If you have Verified your payment before, you can either:
o Click on “Click here to open existing Application”
o or you will be Automatically Redirected to the Application Login page if you enter your “Confirmation Order#”
4. Complete the Application Form as appropriate and submit the form online.

CLOSING DATE

To Be Announced Soon

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