Fees Structure;-

Course Name Fees to be charged (As Per Govt.Norms)
GNM (3Yrs Diploma Course) 50,000/- Year
Fifty Thousands Per Year Only
Accomodation As per hostel facility

Admission Requirements (GNM Nursing)

1. Minimum education eligibility criteria for admission to GNM:

  • 10+2 with English and must have obtained a minimum of 40% at the qualifying examination and English individually from any recognized board. Candidates are also eligible from state open school recognized by state govt. and national institute of open school (NIOS) recognized by central government .However science is preferable.
  •  10+2 with English having 40% of marks in vocational ANM course from the school recognized by Indian Nursing Council.
  • 10+2 with English having 40% of marks in Vocational stream-Health care science from recognized  CBSE Board/Center.
  • Registered ANM with pass marks.

2. Reservation:-

  • For disabled candidates; 3% disability reservation to be considered with a disability of locomotor to the tune of 40% to 50% of the lower extremity and other eligibility criteria with regard to age and qualification will be same as prescribed will be same as prescribed for each nursing programme.
  • 5% of total marks id relaxed for SC/ST candidate.
  • Any other reservation as per the state Govt.

3. Admission of student shall be once in a year.
4. Student shall be medically fit.
5. Minimum age for admission will be 17 yrs (as on 31st Dec. of that year). The upper age limit is 35 yrs .For ANM /For LHV , there is no age bar.

Aims GNM Nursing Course :-

The basic Diploma course in General Nursing & Midwifery is geared to the health needs of the individual family, community and the country at large.

The aims of the Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery programme are:-

  • To prepare nurses with a sound educational programme in nursing to enable them to function as efficient members of health team,beginning with
    competencies for first level positions in all kinds of health care settings.
  • To help nurses develop an ability to co-operate and co-ordinate with members of the health and rehabilitation of sick.
  • To help nurses in their personal and professional development, so that they are able to make maximum contribution to the society as useful and productive individuals, citizens as well as efficient nurses.
  • To serve as a base for further professional education and specialization in nursing.
  • To prepare nurses to keep pace with latest professional and technological developments and use these for providing nursing care services


The nurse on completion of this course will be able to:

  • Demonstrate competency in providing health care to individual, sick or well, using the nursing process.
  • Assess the nursing need of clients from birth to death.
  • Plan and carry out the appropriate action to meet nursing needs.
  • Provide effective nursing care for maintaining the best possible level of health in all aspects.
  • Promote self care in people under their care.
  • Apply problem solving techniques in nursing practice.
  • Evaluate effectiveness of nursing care.
  • Apply problem solving techniques in nursing practice.
  • Evaluate effectiveness of nursing care.
  • Apply knowledge from the humanities, biological and behavioral sciences in functioning as a nurse.
  • Function effectively with members of the health team and community applying the knowledge of human relations and communication skills in her work.
  • Participate as a member of the health team in delivery or curative preventive, promotive and rehabilitative health care services.
  • Mobilize community resources and their involvement in working with the communities.
  • Demonstrate use of ethical values in their personal and professional life.
  • Demonstrate the interest in activities of professional organizations.
  • Recognize the need for continuing education for professional development.
  • Demonstrate basic skills in administration and leadership while working with other members of the health team and community.
  • Assist in research activities.

Duration: Duration of the course shall be three years including internship.



Scheme of Studies

Year Subject Theoretical Hours & Supervised Practice
First year Biological Science 120
  Anatomy & Physiology 90
Microbiology 30
Behavioral Science 60
Anatomy & Physiology 90
Microbiology 30
Behavioral Science 60
Psychology 40
Sociology 20
Nursing Foundation 210
Fundamental of Nursing 190
Fundamental of Nursing (Practical) 200 (Lab), 680 (Clinic)
First Aid 20
Community Health Nursing 180
CHN-I 80
Environment Hygiene 30 320Hrs (Pr.)
Health Education & Communication Skills 40
Nutrition 30
English 30
Computer Education 15 +15 (Pr.)
Co-curricular activities 10
  625(16 WK) & 1215(30WK)
Total Hours of First Year 1840
Second year Medical Surgical Nursing I 120
  Medical Surgical Nursing II 120 800Hrs(20wks)
Mental Health Nursing 70 320Hrs(8wks)
Child health Nursing 70 320Hrs(8wks)
Co-curricular activities 20
Total Hours of Second Year 400(10wks) + 1440(36wks)
1840 (Hrs)
Third year Part-I Midwifery & Gynecology Nursing 140 + 560 (Pr.)
  Community Health Nursing II 90 + 160 (Pr.)
Co-curricular 10
Total Hours of Third Year 240(6wks) & 720(18wks)
Third Year Part-II
(Integrated supervised Internship)
Nursing Education 20
Introduction to Research and statistics 30
Professional Trends & Adjustment 30
Nursing Administration and Ward Management 40
Total Hours of Internship 120 (2wks)
  Clinical Areas Clinical Hours/weeks)
  Medical Surgical Nursing 288 (6wks)
  Community Health Nursing 288 (6wks)
  Child health Nursing 96 (2wks)
  Midwifery & Gynecology Nursing 384 (8wks)
  Mental Health Nursing 96(2wks)