Procedure To Get Admission
Document’s Required For Admission

Introduction to GNM Nursing

GNM stands for General Nursing and Midwifery. It’s a diploma course that prepares students to become registered nurses and midwives. The course focuses on providing comprehensive healthcare to individuals, families, and communities.

Curriculum Overview

The GNM Nursing curriculum covers subjects such as anatomy, physiology, nutrition, pharmacology, medical-surgical nursing, pediatric nursing, psychiatric nursing, and community health nursing.
Students also receive practical training in clinical settings to develop hands-on skills and clinical competence.

Career Opportunities

GNM Nursing graduates have various career opportunities in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, community health centers, and other healthcare settings.
They can work as staff nurses, nursing supervisors, clinical instructors, community health nurses, or pursue further studies for specialization.

Further Studies

GNM Nursing provides a pathway for further studies and career advancement.
Graduates can pursue Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.Sc Nursing) or Post Basic B.Sc Nursing to enhance their knowledge and skills in nursing practice, administration, education, or research.

Licensing and Regulations

After completing GNM Nursing, graduates need to register with the respective nursing council or regulatory authority to practice as registered nurses and midwives.
They must adhere to the nursing regulations and standards of practice to ensure quality patient care and safety.

Role of Nurses

GNM Nurses play a crucial role in healthcare delivery by providing direct patient care, administering medications, monitoring vital signs, assisting in medical procedures, educating patients and families about health promotion and disease prevention, and advocating for patients’ rights and well-being.

Compassionate Care

GNM Nursing emphasizes the importance of compassionate and holistic care. Nurses are trained to provide physical, emotional, and psychosocial support to patients and their families during times of illness, recovery, childbirth, and end-of-life care.

First Year

Biological Science

  1. Anatomy & Physiology.
  2. Microbiology.

Behavioural Science

  1. Psychology.
  2. Sociology.

Fundamental of Nursing

  1. Fundamental of Nursing
  2. First Aid
  3. Personal Hygiene

Community Health Nursing

  1. Community Health Nursing 1.
  2. Environmental Hygiene.
  3. Health Education and communication skills.
  4. Nutrition.


Computer Education

Second year
Third Year
Pattern For Board Examinations
Pattern For Board Examinations
  • Each Subject Carry 100 Marks.
  • Total marks 100/50 – passing
  • 75 (Theory)
  • 25 (Internal) (College Hand)
Paper Pattern For 75 Marks
  • 20 marks for long Essay  (3 out of 3 question) – Each question carry 10 Marks
  • 35 marks for Short Essays (9 out of 7 question) – Each question carry 5 Marks
  • 20 marks for Short Answers (10 out of 10 question) – Each question carry 2 Marks
Scope of Nursing
Scope of Nursing
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