The Management of the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana (N&MC) says it has fully restored the result checking system following reports that candidates are unable to access their results due to system failure.
The council serves this notice again after their system had technical challenges a few days of its opening to students to check results. In view of this, prospective candidates experienced difficulty in accessing their results due to system failure.
The Council in a statement monitored by Tertiary Ghana noted some candidates who tried accessing their results received error code messages which appeared on their screen without the candidates’ Name, Index Number, and the display of the subjects and grades.
As the result checking system has been restored, the management of the Nursing and Midwifery Council says the correct presentation of the results via the results checker has the following details;
a. Name of Candidate
b. Index Number
e. Candidates who passed could proceed to register whiles those who were
unsuccessful could not proceed.
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The Management in view of these entreats candidates and clients to disprove all forms of allegations currently in circulation on social media that it is manipulating the results.
According to the Council, the results are a true representation of candidates’ performance in the examinations and have no intentions to manipulate the released results.
“We would like to assure all Candidates, Stakeholders and the general public that the results, as presented via the Council’s online portal, are credible as they went through rigorous processes and validated by the 14th Governing Board of the Council”, it stated in the statement.
Prospective candidates are consequently encouraged to go for the hard copies of their results in their respective Training Institutions.
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