General Nursing and Midwifery
GNM (General Nursing and Midwifery)
GNM course extends over three years inclusive of internship. The institute has planned a curriculum to provide a breadth of knowledge and skills in varied nursing situations to enable the students to become professional nurses to provide comprehensive nursing care in various levels of healthcare settings.
The aims of the GNM course are:
- To demonstrate competency in providing health care to individuals whether sick or well
- To function effectively with members of the team and community applying knowledge of human relations and communication skills in her work
- To mobilize community resources and work with them
- To demonstrate an interest in activities of a professional organization
- Must pass ‘10+2’ examination from any recognized Board with at least 40% marks in aggregate.
- Must pass in English with at least 40% marks in ‘10+2’ examination.
- Candidates passing (10+2) in vocational – Health Care Science from recognized CBSE board/Centre
- Admit card of 10th Examination
- 12th & 10th Examination Mark sheet & Certificate (Both side Xerox)
- Aadhar Card (Self and guardian)
- Voter Card (Guardian)
- Domicile certificate (a1/a2 Proforma)
- Provisional Allotment Paper
- Provisional Admission Fee Receipt
- ANM GNM Admit Card
- ANM GNM Rank Card
- Birth Certificate
- Caste Certificate
- OBC-NCL Certificate (for both OBC-A and OBC B)
- PWD / EWS Certificate
- Photograph (Self Attested 4 copies)
- School Leaving Certificate
- YES/NO upgradation form
- Medical fitness Certificate with reports
- Fees once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances
- All the selected candidates will have to deposit the annual Course fees for the academic year on the day of admission.
- Failure to deposit the fees on the day of admission will lead to cancellation of admission and the seat being offered to the next candidate.