Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery (ANM)

Overview

  • Level of Programme Diploma
  • Duration 2 years
  • Average Start Salary 3 - 4 lakhs per annum
  • Language English
  • Assessments Yes
Course Description

Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery or ANM for short, is a 2 year undergraduate diploma course in nursing.

The minimum eligibility criteria to get admitted into Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery course is to be a minimum 10+2 level pass out  with a minimum aggregate score of at least 45%. 

ANM students are educated on maternity care and providing assistance to new mothers during pregnancy and post-delivery. Candidates are also taught on various aspects of medicare that aim at improving the health of patients, families and society in large.

Eligibility Criteria

A minimum aggregate score of 45% (40% for SC/ST candidates) at the 10+2 level must have been scored.

Candidates must have science subjects in their 10+2 level of education.

Syllabus

Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery Syllabus


First Year Syllabus

Biological Science Anatomy and Physiology
Microbiology Behavioral Science
Fundamental of Nursing Psychology
First Aid Sociology
Personal Hygiene Environment Hygiene
Health Education and Communication Skill Community Health Nursing
Nutrition English

Second Year Syllabus

Medical Surgical Nursing I (Including Pharmacology) Medical Surgical Nursing I (Specialties)
Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing Computer Education