Duration: 2.0 yrs |Mode: Regular|Avg. Fees: 20,000 / Year
195 courses |190 colleges
Auxiliary Nursing and Midwifery (ANM) is a certificate-level course in the field of medical nursing. The duration of the ANM course varies from institute to institute. The course provides knowledge about fields of medicine, healthcare, and on providing medical assistant to families, individuals, society and measures necessary for maintaining a good quality of life.
It is a profession that is mainly involved in maternity care and assistance to new mothers during their pregnancy period and work. ANM covers a wide range of subject areas such as Microbiology, Biological Science, Anatomy, Physiology, Sociology, Fundamentals of Nursing, Behavioral Science and First Aid. It is a right career choice for the candidates who are determined and have skills like flexibility, tenacity, and observation skills which are crucial to good nursing.
Here’s a list of popular entrance admission for ANM
Community Health and Nursing
Primary Healthcare Nursing 1
Prevention of Diseases and Restoration of Health
Health Promotion and Nutrition
Child Health and Nursing 1
Internal/ Labour Room
Post Natal Care
Neonatal Care Unit
Child Health and Health Nursing 2
Health Centre Management Theory
Health Centre Management Practical
Job opportunities after an ANM course can be found in sectors such as private and government hospitals, nursing homes, old age homes, orphanages, old age home and defence hospitals. Here’s a list of suitable job roles for ANM diploma holders:
However, aspirants looking for better job prospects and employment opportunities should go for higher studies like GNM and Degree Nursing Program. The average annual salary of an ANM diploma holder is Rs. 2 lakh to Rs. 3 lakh. There are various employment areas where ANM graduates are successfully employed like State Nursing Councils, Red Cross Society, and Indian Nursing Council, Self-run Clinics and Medical Labs.