College of Health Technology Calabar Public Notice to Candidates.

Candidates who applied for admission into the following academic programmes will be writing the entrance exam on Saturday, 4th June 2016:
1. Community Health Extension Worker (CHEW)
2. Junior Community Health Extension Worker (JCHEW)
3. Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT)
4. Medical Laboratory Assistant (MLA)
5. Pharmacy Technician
6. Professional Diploma in Health Information Management (PD-HIM)
7. Environmental Health Technician (EHT)
8. Environmental Health Assistant (EHA)
9. Opticianry
10. Radiography
11. Public Health Nursing
Candidates for these programmes are expected to arrive the college by 7:00am on the day of the examination with the following:
1. Writing Materials
2. Copy of the Registration Form
3. Bank teller or receipt for purchase of the scratch card
4. Valid photo ID
Smart devices such as phones and tablets will not be allowed inside the examination halls. Sitting arrangements for the examination will be displayed at the college gate for students. Candidates who reside outside Calabar are advised to arrive at least a day to the examination as lateness to examination halls will not be tolerated.
Candidates who applied for the following academic programmes will be writing an aptitude test on a date that will be announced later:
1. National Diploma Health Information Management (ND-HIM)
2. Higher National Diploma Health Information Management (HND-HIM)
3. National Diploma Computer Science (ND-Computer Science)
4. Environmental Health Officer (EHO).

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