Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery (ANM)
[Affiliated to Indian Nursing Council and Maharashtra State Board of Nursing and Paramedical Education]
The Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery programme is of two years duration leading to a diploma as Auxiliary Nurse and Midwife.
The A.N.M. Programme intends to prepare skilled female health worker to work in both urban and rural communities to improve the health system and health status of India.
The purpose of the ANM/FHW course is to prepare an ANM to function at community level / village with specific skills to fulfill the health needs of the community. She will be an active link between the community and health care system.
Two (2) years full time.
30 students per annum.
Medium of Instruction – English
The candidates should have passed 12th standard.
Candidate should complete 17 years of age. The age limit is up to 42 years.
Candidate should be medically fit.
Admission is based on merit and interview at Institute.
As per Shikshan Shulk Samiti
Highly qualified full time faculty and external lecturers approved by the Maharashtra State Board of Nursing and Paramedical Education.
Internal Assessment at institute and final examination is conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Nursing and Paramedical Education every year.
Standard of passing
Fifty percent marks in both Internal and external examination.
Each student has to undergo the clinical experience prescribed by Indian Nursing Council and Maharashtra State Board of Nursing and Paramedical Education each year with 95-100% attendance.
- The Government of Maharashtra
- Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi
- Maharashtra State Board of Nursing and Paramedical Education, Mumbai.