Duration: 3 Years
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 Government 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 a recognized CBSE board/State/Centre.
Registered ANM with pass mark.
For foreign nationals:
The entry qualification equivalency i.e., 12th standard will be obtained by Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi. Institution, State Nursing Council will be responsible to ensure that the qualification and eligibility will be equivalent to what has been prescribed as above.
a) 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 for each nursing programme.
Note: A committee to be formed consisting of medical offcer authorized by medical board of state government and a nursing expert in the panel which may decide whether the candidates have the disability of locomotor of 40% to 50%.
b) 5% of total marks is relaxed for SC/ST candidates.
c) Any other reservation as per the State Govt.
Note: Reservation shall be applicable within the sanctioned number of the seats by INC and not above it.
3.Admission of students shall be once in a year
4.Students shall be medically fit
5.Minimum age for admission will be 17 years. (as on 31st December of that year) The upper age limit is 35 yrs. For ANM/ for LHV, there is no age bar
Scheme of examination:
|SNo.||Year||Total no. of Theory papers||Total no. of practical papers|
|1||First year||4 papers||1 papers|
|2||Second year||4 papers||3 papers|
|3||Third Year part I||2 papers||2 papers|
|4||Third Year part II||2 papers||papers|
|1||Bio Sciences ( Anatomy & Physiology, Microbiology)|
|2||Behavioral Sciences ( Psychology, Sociology)|
|3||Foundation of Nursing (Fundamentals of Nursing, First Aid)|
|4||Community Health Nursing (CHN-I, Environmental Hygiene, Health education and communication skills, Nutrition)|
|1||Medical Surgical Nursing-I|
|2||Medical Surgical Nursing-II|
|3||Mental health Nursing|
|4||Child Health Nursing|
|1||Midwifery & Gynecological Examination|
|2||Community Health Nursing II|
|1||Nursing Education and Introduction of Research and statistics|
|2||Professional Trends & Adjustment, Nursing administration and Ward Management|
Students shall have council examination at the end of each year. Minimum pass marks shall be 50% in each of the theory and practical separately.
Class tests will be conducted periodically to evaluate the student’s performance in each subject. The average marks will be sent to the council as internal assessment, for both theory and practical.
A model exam will be conducted before the university examination.