OMBR Layout, Banaswadi, Bangalore - 560 043. INDIA
Affiliated to Bangalore North University, RGUHS & Approved by AICTE & INC
(Recognized by the Government of Karnataka)
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Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery Programme (GNM)

Duration : 3 1/2 Years
Eligibility : Pass in 10 + 2 / Equivalent in any discipline with 45% in subjects. (Preferably Science)


Biological Sciences
Anatomy & Physiology
Behavioral Sciences Applied for nursing
Fundamentals of Nursing
First Aid
Personal Hygiene
Community Health Nursing
Community Health Nursing – I
Environmental Hygiene
Health Education & Communication Skill
Computer Education
Medical Surgical Nursing - I
Medical Surgical Nursing – II (Specialties)
Mental Health & Psychiatric Nursing
Child Health nursing
Midwifery / Gynecology
Community Health Nursing – II

Internship Period

Nursing Education
Introduction to Research
Professional Trends and adjustment
Nursing administration and ward management

Rules and Regulations   Click Here


Students will appear for the theory and practical examination conducted by the board at the end of each year. Selection examination is conducted two months before the common Board Examinations and those students who do not fare well in the internal examination will not be permitted to take the Board Examination. The minimum marks required for passing any examination is 50 in each subject. No candidates are allowed to sit for the examination if his/her attendance is less than 75%. The percentage of classes and clinical attendance, general conduct of students and the performance in the clinical area are all taken into consideration.

Preliminary Training Period

The first three months of training is called preliminary training period; there will be an examination and the successful candidates will receive their uniform and continue their studies. After completing preliminary training period, and oath taking ceremony follows for each batch of Nursing students. The failed candidates are given a second chance, and even during their second chance, if they are found unfit, they will not be allowed to continue their studies further. They will also not be eligible for refund of any fees paid to the institution on their admission.