aim of the General Nursing & Midwifery (GNM) programme is
to prepare young adults (female) for direct bedside nursing
care. Therefore, the training programme of three and half years
mainly focuses on developing practical, hands on skill in the
nursing process. The scope of registered nurses after passing
GNM Programme for employment is, in hospitals, clinics, public
health areas, industry, defence etc. GNM nurses may advance
their rofessional career by going on for a Post Basic B.Sc.
number of seats: 45 (Only female candidates)
Duration of the course: 3 years & 6 months
and Minimum Marks: 10+2, i.e. I.S.C /Intermediate examination
or its equivalent from a recognized Board and must have passed
in all the above subjects individually with 40% aggregate
17-35 years of age as on 31st December of the admission year.
will be one paper of 3 (three) hours duration containing 200
Multiple Choice Questions from 10+2 syllabus (CBSE/ISC/ICSC/Uttarakhand
State Board or equivalent)
questions will be single response objective type. For each
correct response the candidate shall be awarded one mark.
More than one answer indicated against a question will be
considered as incorrect response.
The approximate number of questions from each subject for
the entrance examination will be - Physics (40), Chemistry
(40), Biology (80) and English (40).
is on the basis of merit obtained in the Entrance Examination
followed by an Interview.
Fee - Rs. 15,000/- (One time)
Tuition Fee - Rs. 42,000/- per year
Security deposit - Rs. 15,000/- (Refundable at completion
of the course only)
Hostel Fee - Rs. 18,000/- per year
GNM - 2012 Batch
- 2011 Batch
- 2010 Batch
- 2009 (intern) Batch