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About Course

The Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) program recognized by the Karnataka State Diploma in Nursing Examination Board (KSDNEB) in Bangalore is designed to prepare students for a career in nursing and midwifery. Here’s a general overview of the curriculum for the GNM program:

Duration : 4 Years

1. The minimum age for admission shall be 17 Years on or before 31st Dec. of the Year of admission and maximum 35 Years.
2. Minimum Educational Qualification.
– Senior School Certificate (10+2) with PCB equivalent with a minimum of 45% marks.
3. Candidates should be medically fit.

Recognized by KSDNEB Bangalore.

CAMPUS 1 :  #8/9,27TH Cross, Opp. Monotype, BSK 2nd Stage, Bengaluru- 560070.

CAMPUS 2 : #69, Pipe Line Road, BWSSB Colony, Chikkagollarahatti, Magadi Main Road, Vishwaneedam Post, Bengaluru-560091.

Internship/Practical Training:

After completing the academic coursework, GNM students typically undergo a period of internship or practical training in various clinical settings such as hospitals, community health centers, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities. During this period, students gain hands-on experience in providing nursing care, administering medications, assisting in procedures, and working as part of interdisciplinary healthcare teams under the supervision of experienced nursing faculty and preceptors.

Assessment and Examinations:

Students in the GNM program are assessed through a combination of internal assessments, practical examinations, and theory examinations conducted by the Karnataka State Diploma in Nursing Examination Board (KSDNEB).


Upon successful completion of the GNM program and passing the examinations conducted by KSDNEB, students are awarded a Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery, which qualifies them to practice as registered nurses and midwives in healthcare settings.

It’s essential for students to refer to the official notifications, circulars, and guidelines issued by KSDNEB or contact the board’s office for the most current and detailed information regarding the GNM curriculum, examination schedule, certification process, and other relevant updates.

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Course Content

First Year:
Anatomy and Physiology Microbiology Psychology Fundamentals of Nursing First Aid Personal Hygiene Community Health Nursing

Second Year:
Medical-Surgical Nursing I (Including Pharmacology) Medical-Surgical Nursing II (Specialties) Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing Child Health Nursing Midwifery and Gynecological Nursing

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