INER Auxiliary Nurse & Midwifery


Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery, or ANM, is primarily a diploma program that focuses on the study of human health. In addition, candidates take this class to learn about the Operation Theatre, how it works, and various types of equipment and how to use them. The primary goal of the ANM program is to prepare candidates to serve as basic health care providers in society, treating patients of all ages, including children, women, and the elderly. See Too: ANM typically covers child health nursing, health promotion, midwifery, primary and community health nursing, and health care management. A candidate who wants to take this course needs to be patient, alert, physically fit, and responsible. Additionally, ANM has numerous job opportunities in a variety of settings, including NGOs, government hospitals, nursing homes, and private hospitals.


There are a number of good reasons to take ANM classes, such as improving people's well-being, increasing opportunities, and earning a handsome salary.

1) One of the greatest advantages of taking ANM courses is that candidates can gain experience and work in government sectors with full job security.

2) The students who do well in the class also get opportunities abroad.

3) A candidate with these qualifications is eligible for a starting salary of INR 10,000, which may be increased based on the candidate's work history.

4) Individuals who hold the ANM credential can also instruct others in a variety of educational institutions.

State Quota Seats Available For Nursing 2023-24

Basic B.Sc. Nursing

# Category State Quota
1 VJ
5 Open(W)
6 NRI/Management Seat

Course Details

  • Duration: 1 ½ Year
  • Seats: 60 seats
  • Medium: English
  • Examination Body: MUHS Nasik
  • Certificate: Degree

Eligibility Criteria

  • Minimum and maximum age for the admission will be 16 to 35 years.
  • Secondary School Certificate Examination (10 years course), 10 class passed or central board secondary education or a recognized equivalent public examination.
  • Subjects of study must be equivalent to those prescribed by the CBSE for the class X with minimum 45% Marks.
  • Admission of the candidate shall be once in a year.
  • Candidate should be physically fit.


Auxiliary Nurse & Midwifery


Auxiliary Nurse & Midwifery

1st Year

Subjects Theory Hours Pratical Hours
1. Community Health Nursing 180 130
2. Health promotion
  • Nutrition
  • Human Body & Hygiene
  • Environmental Sanitation
  • Mental Health
  • 65
  • 55
  • 35
  • 40
  • 220
    3. Primary health care nursing I
    • Infection & Immunization
    • Communicable Disease
    • Community Health Problems
    • Primary Medical Care
    • First Aid & Referral
  • 45
  • 75
  • 85
  • 40
  • 60
  • 440
    4. Child health nursing 180 200

    2nd Year

    Subjects Theory Hours Pratical Hours
    1. Midwifery 360 560
    2. Health Centre Management 75 60
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