Auxiliary Nursing and Midwifery

Explore ANM for a deep grasp of nursing practice. Dive into clinical facets with ANM positions in government clinics, non-profits, research, schools, and nursing homes.


The 2 year long Auxiliary Nursing and Midwifery (ANM) course stands as a vital pathway in the healthcare sector, focusing on foundational nursing and midwifery skills. This program equips individuals with the knowledge and expertise necessary to contribute to primary healthcare services.
ANMs play a pivotal role in promoting community health, maternal care, and child welfare. By emphasizing preventive care and health education, they become key contributors to healthcare outreach in various settings.
The career prospects for ANMs are diverse, with opportunities ranging from working in government health agencies, community health centers, and rural healthcare settings to serving as a steppingstone for further advancements in nursing or midwifery specialties.
This course lays the groundwork for compassionate healthcare professionals dedicated to the well-being of communities.

Auxiliary Nursing and MidWifery Course (ANM)

The candidates seeking admission to ANM Course shall obtain the prescribed Application form from the GNC in the month of June onwards and shall submit the dully filled form online to the Admission Committee Professional Courses of Gujarat with certificate of medical fitness from an authorised medical officer stating that the candidate is physically fit to undergo the selected course.
Duration of the course: 2 yrs (after passing 10+2 without English)

Verification of ANM Qualification:

Candidates are advised to verify ANM qualification requirements directly with the specific institution or program offering the ANM course. It's crucial to note that these requirements may vary.

Regional or State-Specific Qualifications:

- Be aware that some countries may have regional or state-specific ANM qualifications, adding an additional layer of consideration.

General Eligibility Requirements:

- Minimum age of 17 years on or before December 31st in the admission year.

- Maximum age should not exceed 35 years.

- Class 12 examination pass with Arts or Commerce stream, including specific subjects.

- Medical fitness is a prerequisite, often requiring a certification.

- Candidates from the National Institute of Open School, who have passed class 12 in Arts or Science, are also eligible.

Admission Frequency:

- Admissions take place once a year.

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