GNM (F & M)

GNM (F & M)

Duration: 03 Years

Eligibility: 10+2th with 45% (English subject compulsary with 45%)

Fees Structure: 80,000/- per year

The General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) program is a comprehensive diploma course that prepares students to become registered nurses and midwives. This program equips students with the necessary knowledge, practical skills, and compassion required to provide quality healthcare to individuals, families, and communities. Here are the key highlights of the GNM program:

  1. Well-Structured Curriculum: The GNM program offers a well-designed curriculum that covers a wide range of subjects including anatomy, physiology, microbiology, pharmacology, medical-surgical nursing, pediatric nursing, community health nursing, psychiatric nursing, midwifery, and more. The curriculum is carefully crafted to provide a strong foundation in nursing theory and practice.

  2. Practical Training: Practical training is an essential component of the GNM program. Students undergo hands-on clinical training in various healthcare settings such as hospitals, clinics, community health centers, and maternity homes. Under the guidance of experienced faculty members and preceptors, students acquire practical nursing skills, learn to provide comprehensive care, and develop critical thinking abilities.

  3. Midwifery Training: A significant aspect of the GNM program is dedicated to midwifery training. Students gain knowledge and skills in providing care to women during pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum periods. They learn about antenatal care, labor management, newborn care, family planning, reproductive health, and other aspects related to midwifery practice.

  4. Community Health Nursing: The GNM program emphasizes the importance of community health nursing. Students learn about promoting health, preventing diseases, and providing healthcare services to individuals and communities. They engage in community outreach programs, health education initiatives, and gain an understanding of the social determinants of health.

  5. Internship and Clinical Experience: Towards the completion of the program, students are required to undergo an internship or clinical experience. This period allows students to work in real healthcare settings, apply their knowledge and skills, and gain valuable practical experience under the guidance of healthcare professionals. It further strengthens their competence and prepares them for professional practice.

  6. Career Opportunities: After successfully completing the GNM program and obtaining the necessary registration, graduates can pursue a fulfilling career as registered nurses and midwives. They can work in various healthcare settings, including hospitals, maternity centers, community health centers, clinics, nursing homes, and home healthcare services. Graduates can also opt for higher education or specialization in specific areas of nursing to further advance their careers.

The GNM program provides a strong foundation in nursing and midwifery, equipping students with the necessary skills and knowledge to deliver quality care. It prepares compassionate and competent nursing professionals who play a vital role in promoting health, providing patient-centered care, and contributing to the well-being of individuals and communities.