GNM-General Nursing & Midwifery (3Yrs)

GNM is an abbreviation for "General Nursing and Midwifery". What does that mean? This field focuses on the education of potential nurses in general healthcare, nursing, and midwifery. It is meant for nursing students to develop their knowledge of nursing and healthcare so they can branch out at into field at some point.

GNM refer to coursework for nursing students at many universities as well. Once students have advanced their education, they can go into more specific fields of healthcare. These fields include but are not limited to intensive care, dermatology, gynecology, anesthesia, emergency care, pediatrics, and many more areas of healthcare.

GNM programme is meant to prepare general nurses who can efficiently perform as members of the health team and capable of dealing the competencies in both the hospitals and other such organizations.

Eligibily Criteria

Age limitation

Minimum and Maximum age for admission will be 17 and 35 years respectively. For ANM/LHV there is no age bar.


10+2 class passed or its equivalent preferably with any stream with aggregrate of 45% marks.

Those who have cleared 10+2 vocational ANM course (revised after 2001) from the School recognized by Indian Nursing Council.

ANM training i.e. 10+1 0 years training should also have passed +2 or its equivalent examination.

Course Curriculam

1st Year

Biological Science

Behavioral Science

Fundamental of Nursing

Community Health Nursing(1) English

Computer Science

2nd Year

Medical-surgical Nursing (1) (inlcuding Pharmacology)

Medical - Surgical Nursing (2) Mental Health Nursing

Child Health Nursing

3rd Year

Part 1 (6 Months)

Midwifery and Gynecology

Community Health Nursing

Part 2 (6 Months, Integrated supervised Internship)

Nursing Education

Introduction to research

Professional trends and adjustment

Administrations and ward management

Health Economics