SHREYARTH UNIVERSITY

General Nursing & Midwifery (GNM)

Eligibility Criteria, Fees & Duration

Fees/Semester

26,000/-

Duration

3 Years

Intake Capacity

60 Seats

  • Welcome to the General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) program at Shreyarth College of Nursing.
  • Our program is designed to train competent, compassionate, and professional nurses who are ready to meet the healthcare needs of the community.
  • The GNM program at Shreyarth College of Nursing is a three-year diploma course that equips students with the knowledge and skills required to provide high-quality nursing care.
  • The curriculum blends theoretical instruction with hands-on clinical practice, ensuring that graduates are well-prepared to enter the nursing profession.
  • 10+2 with English and must have obtained a minimum of 40% at the qualifying examination and English individually from any recognized board. Candidates are also eligible for State Open School recognized by the State Government and the National Institute of Open School (NIOS) recognized by the Central Government. However, Science is preferable.
  • 10+2 with English having 40% of marks in vocational ANM course from a school recognized by the Indian Nursing Council.
  • 10+2 with English having 40% marks in Vocational Stream-Health Care Science from a recognized CBSE board/center.
  • Registered ANM with a pass mark.
1. Comprehensive Curriculum:

Our curriculum covers a wide range of subjects including anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, community health nursing, and midwifery, ensuring a well-rounded education.

2. Experienced Faculty:

Our faculty members are experienced professionals dedicated to mentoring and guiding students through their academic and clinical education.

3. Clinical Training:

Gain practical experience in diverse healthcare settings through our extensive clinical training program, including hospitals, community health centers, and simulation labs.

4. Holistic Patient Care:

Learn to provide holistic care that addresses the physical, emotional, and social needs of patients.

5. Community Health:

Engage in community health projects to understand and address the health needs of different populations.

6. Professional Development:

Participate in workshops and seminars to enhance your professional skills and knowledge.

  • Enhance the knowledge and skills of registered nurses in specialized areas of nursing practice.
  • Prepare nurses for leadership and administrative roles in healthcare settings.
  • Promote evidence-based practice through research and critical analysis.
  • Foster professional development and lifelong learning.
  • Encourage ethical practice and a commitment to high standards of patient care.

The Nurse on completion of this course will be able to:

  • Demonstrate competency in providing health care to individuals, sick or well, using the nursing process
  • Assess the nursing needs of clients from birth to death
  • Plan and carry out appropriate action to meet nursing needs
  • Provide effective nursing care for maintaining the best possible level of health in all aspects
  • Promote self-care in people under their care
  • Apply problem-solving techniques in nursing practice
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of nursing care
  • Apply knowledge from the humanities, biological, and behavioral sciences in functioning as a nurse
  • Function effectively with members of the health team and community applying the knowledge of human relations and communication skills in her work
  • Participate as a member of the health team in the delivery of curative preventive, promotive, and rehabilitative healthcare service
  • Mobilize community resources and their involvement in working with the communities
  • Demonstrate the use of ethical values in their personal and professional life
  • Demonstrate interest in activities of a professional organization
  • Recognize the need for continuing education for professional development
  • Demonstrate basic skills in teaching patients and giving nursing care to them
  • Demonstrate basic skills in administration and leadership while working with other members of the health team and community
  • Assist in research activities.

GNM graduates can explore various career opportunities, such as:

  • Staff Nurse
  • Forensic nurse
  • Community Health Nurse
  • Central Government job
  • State government job
  • Home Health care nurse
  • Foreign country nurse
  • Higher education (P.B.B.Sc. Nursing)
  • Obstetric & Midwifery Nurse

Course Curriculum

1st Year
1st Year

SUBJECTS

  1. Bio-Science
  2. Behavioural Science
  3. Nursing Foundation
  4. Community Health Nursing
  5. English
  6. Computer Education
  7. Co-curriculum activities
2nd Year
2nd Year

SUBJECTS

  1. Medical-Surgical Nursing-I
  2. Medical-Surgical Nursing-II
  3. Mental Health Nursing
  4. Child Health Nursing
  5. Co-curricular activities
3rd Year Part 1
3rd Year Part 1

SUBJECTS

  1. Midwifery & Gynaecological Nursing
  2. Community Health
  3. Nursing-II
  4. Co-curricular activities
3rd Year Part 2
3rd Year Part 2

SUBJECTS

  1. Nursing Education
  2. Introduction to Research & statistics
  3. Professional Trends & Adjustment
  4. Nursing Administration & Ward Management
3rd Year Part 3
3rd Year Part 3

SUBJECTS

  1. Medical-Surgical Nursing
  2. Community Health Nursing
  3. Child Health Nursing
  4. Midwifery & Gynaecological Nursing
  5. Mental health Nursing
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