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Nurses are one of the professionals who are in huge demand in UK. 3 months before any person who clears an IELTS score with individual 7 in each band could easily join for Overseas Nursing Programme(ONP) and could become a Registered Nurse(RN) in UK.
But the scenario has changed. According to the new rule change, time delay to become an RN is considerably decreased. But confusion is prevailing regarding this rule change. Nursescircle.com – through this article tries to sort out all the doubts regarding the current rule changes in UK affecting Indian Nurses to migrate and become a RN in United Kingdom. Hopes you find this article useful and if so dont hesitate to share this article in your social media.
1. Is ONP still exisiting?
No, from October 2014, Nurses who are from outside UK and European Economic Areas(EEA) have to undergo a a 2-part application process.
This process does not require applicants to complete a period of supervised practice
Nurses who have obtained Nursing and Midwifery Council permission before 30 April 2015 to undertake the Overseas Nursing Programme, and be sponsored to undertake a supervised practice placement as part of the programme, which has been approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
2. Is IELTS Mandatory for NMC registration?
Yes. IELTS(academic) with individual score of 7 in each band is mandatory for nurses to apply for NMC (Nursing and Midwifery Council) registration
3. What all are the steps to get into postion of RN in UK from India?
Step 1 – Score 7 in each band of IELTS (academic)
Step 2 – Apply for NMC registration – Click Here
Step 3 – Take a test center for CBT(Computer based test) Part 1 in India through Pearson Vue Website – Know More – Click Here
Step 4 – Arrive in UK and take OSCE exam affiliated to any university – Know More – Click Here
Step 5 – Apply for job positions in UK and become an RN
4. How much will be the total cost for the whole procedure?
For IELTS – 8000 – 12000 INR
For Application for nursing/midwifery INR13,816
For Part 1 test of competence (CBT) INR12,830
For Part 2 test of competence (OSCE) INR97,899
For Admission onto NHS register INR15,099
So a total of 1.70 Lacs excluding ticket fares and visa charges
5, What is the salary of an RN in UK?
It depends on your experience, roughly 1.5 – 2.2 Lacs/month
6. Is there is any other benefit of becoming an RN in UK?
Yes, you can migrate easily to other European countries, USA as well as Australia.
7. Which all websites i should need to check for further information?
For IELTS related information – Click Here
For NMC Registration – Click Here
For more about OSCE registration – Click Here
8. Finally, Can an individual do all these works alone and become a RN in UK?
Our answer is yes, Please do follow the steps mentioned – Thats all
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Every year May 12 is celebrated as Nurses Day. Do you know why? May 12 is the birthday of the Mother of Nursing ie Florence Nightingale.
May 12 also makes people remember contributions of nurses to people in their day to day life. On every nurses day International Council for Nurses (ICN) releases an IND kit ie International Nurses Day Kit and an IND theme.
IND theme for May 12 2015 is Nurses: Force for Change : Care Effective, Cost Effective. The IND Kit 2015 contains educational and public information materials, for use by nurses everywhere.
You can download IND Kit 2015 here – Click Here to Downoad
You can download IND 2015 poster here – Click Here to download
Celebrations in India
Every year on May 12th Indian President gives off Florence Nightingale award to nursing personnel who has excelled in their service in Rashtrapathi Bhavan. This year 35 nurses will receive this award from Hon. President of India Shri Pranab Mukharjee. Until 2014, 304 nurses have recieved this award.
|Award Recipients of 2015|
Speaking on the occasion, the President said that the conferment of the National Florence Nightingale Awards is a fitting tribute to the iconic ‘Lady with the Lamp’. He stated that he did believe that India’s nursing fraternity – both in the Government as well as the private sector, have earned tremendous admiration and respect wherever they have served -and continue to serve – because of their uncommon devotion and dedication to their calling. As a key constituent of the workforce of the country, they are an invaluable asset. While serving in challenging conditions abroad, they have brought credit to our nation and contributed significantly through their remittances. Through their disciplined attitude and high level of proficiency, they have earned tremendous goodwill in all parts of the world.
The President expressed happiness over the several initiatives taken by the Government of India for the development of pre-service and in-service training and education for the development, upgradation and strengthening of nursing services in India.He stated that there is a need to continue to maintain this momentum to ensure that the requirement of nursing personnel in our country is adequately catered for. He was confident that the new measures that have been taken will go a long way in achieving the desired results.
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The International Achievment award was introduced first in 1999. This is the first time a Singaporean Nurse is bagging this award.
This award will be presented to Rai on July 21 in conference to be conducted in Seoul for her outstanding work in health of women and refugees.
Speaking to the media, Rai said she felt “honoured and humbled to receive this recognition” and hopes that this award sends a “powerful message to other nurses to serve beyond the healthcare setting”.
Her area of interest focuses on issues such as gender-based violence, sexual health and the reintegration of refugees. Over the years, she had been volunteering and working with different organisations to help and raise policy awareness for these issues.
The NYP lecturer decided to go into teaching when she realised that the younger generation is the key to a better nursing industry in the future.
“Being in this position allows me to inculcate in my students what is it actually is to be a nurse,” she said, adding that she wants to initiate change in the nursing profession by instilling pride of being a nurse in students.
Heartfelt Congrats to Dr. Subadhra Devi Rai from Nursescircle.com
Source – Deccan Herald
There are 392 nursing institutes, including 59 government and 333 private nursing institutes in Rajasthan. Among 392 nursing institutes, there are 15 general nurse midwife (GNM) institutes run by the state government, while 161 are run by private players. The total seats in the GNM institutes are 8,570.
The villages which will be adopted by the nursing colleges will be turned into a “Model Health Village”
News Courtesy – Times of India
Norka Roots – The official recruiting agency by the govt of India from April 30 has introduced call center for reporting complaints regarding recruiting agencies or recruitment scams. The toll free no to call from inside India is 1800 425 3939 and to call from outside India, the no is 00914712333339. From the main menu, Press 9 to talk with customer care executive. Hopes somebody finds this useful.
According to the new rule if a foreign nation needs nurses from India it should first approach the External Affairs Ministry of India. We don’t know how far this decision will go practical?
Kerala government will strengthen facilities at the Overseas Development and Employment Promotion Consultants Limited (ODEPC) and Norka after the Centre chose these agencies to exclusively recruit Indian nurses to Gulf and other countries. Already nurses are recruited to Saudi Arabia through ODEPC(15 – 20 % of total recruitment). They charge Rs. 60000/head for any recruitment through ODEPC. That money is told to be used for nurses welfare.
Delegates from ODEPC and Norka are going to Kuwait soon for holding discussions with Indian Embassy and Kuwait Authorities.
The nurses will be selected after a test and interview conducted by officials from the respective countries. ODEPC and Norka will prepare all facilities for them.
Usually in most of the gulf countries, job vacancies in private hospital will be given contract to a huge agency, who will then give sub contract to small agencies. The money collected form applicants are shared between these two agencies. The hospital authorities either don’t know or keep quiet regarding these money matters. This is what usually happens in Indian recruitment scenario. Eventhough govt can take over all govt job recruitment abroad, we have been not assured about these private hospital nursing jobs abroad. Lets wait and see what happens.
Besides this, all recruitment to other countries especially European countries, Australia, Singapore etc will be carried out by agencies. But in all these countries if you are qualified enough to practice there, you can directly apply online through hospital websites or job agencies.
You can register in ODEPC and Norka Roots through online. Since these two are two separate autonomous agencies, you have to register in both if you want to apply for the upcoming job options.
The online registration links are given below
For registering with ODEPC – Click Here
For registering with Norka Roots – Click Here
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Nurses are an inevitable part of Health care services. In the year 2000, there was much less no of nurses when compared to 2017 But does this mathematics accompany the known slogan ie as Supply Increases, Demand Decreases. Our answer is a Big NO. Some may be astonished to see this answer. We have said this because as time pass on people are becoming more health conscious. More people are coming to hospitals. So the result should be more jobs. Then why every nurse doesn’t get a job that he or she wants?. This is because as supply has increased, recruiters are forced to put upon some cut offs for getting more qualified and knowledgeable nurses ie in the forms of various exams like MOH, DHA, HAAD, Prometric, CGFNS, NCLEX RN, IELTS, TOEFL etc. etc.
But still a question remains, after all these hardships of passing these exams, paper work, bribes (sometimes) etc do nurses are getting nice salaries abroad. In this article, Nursescircle.com tries to unveil salaries of some of the most sought nurses jobs in middle east. Hopes you find this article a useful one. If you find this article useful, please feel free to share this in your social network. Read more of this article »
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