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Hello Sir/ Madam i am Asha completed 10th Before my Marriage. After completed inter +2, Now i am interested in Nursing Course. Now My age is 23. i wish to join the NURSING Course next year. 1) Could i Join? 2) What's the age limit in A.N.M & G.N.M Courses ? 3) Tell me A.N.M & G.N.M Courses Duration? 4) Tell me Which is the best for nursing A.N.M or G.N.M? PLEASE REPLY ME ....

  Posted by : asha , hyderabad
On : 22.10.2015
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GNM is a three and half year diploma course with the eligibility of 10+2 passed with Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects. The age limit is minimum 17 years and maximum 30 years. This course is for both male and female students. ANM (Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery): The duration of this programme is 18 months.

  Posted By : Anjali , Delhi
On : 26.12.2017

GNM is better than ANM, but the eligibility for GNM is 10+2 (duration is 3 1/2 years) whereas the eligibility for ANM is 10th pass (duration is 1 1/2 years).
For details about Nursing click here

  Posted By : Roseline Regite , Kochi
On : 31.10.2015

sir i completed my 10 recently so i want to be a nurse is it right disition

  Posted by : prashanthi , vizag
On : 20.11.2014
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Dear Prashanthi,
Nursing is one of the noblest professions. It is a profession that need lot of patience, responsibility and dedication. If you are kind at heart and have love and concern for the sick and needy people, they go for it. But with 10th standard, you won't get admission to nursing. You have to complete your +2 with science subject and can write the entrance examination for nursing which has more scope. Or can join for general nursing. For the job prospects and list of nursing college in India, check out the links Nursing as a Career and Nursing Colleges in India
All the best

  Posted By : Moderator , Kochi
On : 21.11.2014

Hi, I had completed my SSLC in 2005. I want to become a nurse. Because of some financial problem i didnt complete my education... now i want to know the procedure to become a nurse... please help me...

  Posted by : Pushpa , Kuwait
On : 6.4.2014
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For more details on nursingclick here.

  Posted By : admin , Bangalore
On : 7.4.2014
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