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Career in ANM & GNM

Career In ANM & GNM

Are you a student of 10+2 and looking towards for making career in Nursing field? Then ANM & GNM courses will help you a lot.

“These courses are of short duration which can help you to make career in a short span of time.”

Don’t get confused with “ANM & GNM” these are two different nursing courses.

Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery (ANM) is a diploma programme that focuses on the study of health care for a variety of people. It also covered how to preserve for equipment, set up an Operation Theater, give patients medication on time, and keep track of records.

The ANM programme prepares students to serve as basic health care providers. The treatment of children, women, and the elderly is the main focus of ANM graduates.

The ANM programme is essentially a diploma programme that permits students who are not science majors to pursue a career as a nurse practitioner. A GNM course, on the other hand, is meant for students with a science background or who have completed a two-year ANM degree.

GNM stands for General Nursing and Midwifery, and it is concerned with nurse education in general health care, nursing, and midwifery.

"Florence Nightingale, an English nurse, is credited with founding modern nursing."

ANM is a one-year diploma programme, whereas GNM is a three-and-a-half-year programme, with the same service areas for both.

Course & Eligibility

ANM is a one-year programme for students who have completed 10+2 (from either the Arts or Science stream) in the 10th grade. The qualifying examination must be passed with a score of at least 40-50 percent. The required minimum age is 17 years old. Students should not be older than 35 years old.

GNM is a three-and-a-half-year diploma programme that requires a 10+2 diploma with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as courses. The age limit is 17 years old minimum and 30 years old maximum. Both male and female students are welcome to enrol in this course.