Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery (ANM)
- Level of Programme Diploma
- Duration 2 years
- Average Start Salary 3 - 4 lakhs per annum
- Language English
- Assessments Yes
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.
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.
Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery Syllabus
First Year Syllabus
|Biological Science||Anatomy and Physiology|
|Fundamental of Nursing||Psychology|
|Personal Hygiene||Environment Hygiene|
|Health Education and Communication Skill||Community Health Nursing|
Second Year Syllabus
|Medical Surgical Nursing I (Including Pharmacology)||Medical Surgical Nursing I (Specialties)|
|Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing||Computer Education|