About Course

GNM stands for General Nursing and Midwifery, which is a diploma-level course in the field of nursing. GNM course is designed to prepare students to provide nursing care to patients in hospitals and other healthcare settings. The duration of the course is three and a half years, including six months of internship.

Course Fees

The fees can range from around Rs. 20,000 to Rs. 1 lakh or more per year, depending on the type of institution (government or private) and the facilities provided.

Government institutions usually have lower fees compared to private institutions. However, the fees may vary depending on the state and the institution. In addition to the tuition fees, students may also have to pay for other expenses such as hostel fees, mess charges, examination fees, and other charges.

It is important to note that the fees may change from time to time and vary depending on the institution and the location. Therefore, it is advisable to check the official website of the respective institutions or contact them directly to get the latest information on the fees and other related details of the GNM course.

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What Will You Learn?

  • (1) Anatomy and Physiology: This subject deals with the study of the human body, its structure, and function.
  • (2) Microbiology: This subject covers the study of microorganisms and their effects on human health.
  • (3) Medical-Surgical Nursing: This subject covers the nursing care of patients with medical and surgical conditions, including pre and post-operative care.
  • (4) Community Health Nursing: This subject deals with the promotion of health in the community, including the prevention of diseases and the management of communicable diseases.
  • (5) Child Health Nursing: This subject covers the nursing care of children from infancy to adolescence, including the assessment and management of childhood illnesses.
  • (6) Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing: This subject covers the nursing care of patients with mental health disorders, including the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of mental illness.
  • (7) Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing: This subject deals with the nursing care of women during pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum period, including the management of gynecological disorders.