NOTE: Course offered are recognized by INC and approved by HNRC, Chandigarh and eligible for all Govt. Jobs in all over India and abroad.


 The curriculum will be in accordance with the instructions issued by the Indian Nurses Council. Curriculum and duration of course are subject of change from time to time as per INC norms.

A.M.N. Syllabus & Subjects:

The course syllabus which is pursued in the Auxiliary Nursing & Midwifery [A.N.M.] is tabulated below. The core of the curriculum is maintained throughout in most colleges across the nation but there are minor variations in the curricula in some colleges.

Sl. No.A.N.M Nursing Syllabus-Year 1
1Community Health Nursing
2Health Promotion
3Primary Healthcare Nursing I (Prevention of diseases and restoration of health)
4Child Health Nursing
Sl. No.A.N.M Nursing Syllabus-Year 2
2Health Centre Management

The subjects pursued in the curriculum of the A.N.M course are enlisted below. While the subject composition may vary minorly from college to college, the crux of the subject composition is maintained as constant throughout most colleges in the nation.

  • Community Health Nursing
  • Health Promotion
  • Primary Healthcare Nursing 
  • Child Health Nursing
  • Midwifery
  • Health Centre Management

A.N.M. [Nursing] Course – Jobs, Scope, Salary and Placements

A.N.M. Jobs:

A large number of lucrative, promising and exciting job opportunities are available to the graduates of Auxiliary Nursing & Midwifery [A.N.M.] course:

  • Application Specialist – Medical & Nursing Education
  • Nursing Tutor
  • Home Care Nurse
  • Certified Nursing Assistant
  • Staff Nurse
  • Senior – Nurse Educator
  • ICU Nurse
  • Healthcare Nurse
  • Community Health Nurse
  • Infection Control Nurse
  • Teacher – Nursing School

The employment areas for Auxiliary Nurse Midwifery [A.N.M.] (Nursing) are:

  • Rural Health Centres
  • Government hospitals
  • NGOs
  • Old age homes
  • Government health schemes
  • Community Health Centres
  • Government dispensaries


  1. The candidate should be a domicile of Haryana only. Candidates from other than Haryana state ere not eligible to take admission in ANM course.
  2. The candidate should be 17 to 35 years of age as on 31st December of the year seeking admission in college.
  3. Minimum qualification is senior secondary passed (12th) from a recognized board with minimum 40% marks.
  4. The candidate should not be blind, deaf and dumb. She should be mentally fit.


  1. Original certificate of Matriculation with 10 photocopies.
  2. Original certificate of 12th class with 10 photocopies.
  3. Original certificate of SC/BC/OBC with 10 photocopies.
  4. Haryana domicile certificate (for SC candidate).
  5. Aadhar card with 10 photocopies.
  6. Latest passport size colored 10 photographs.
  7. Passport size photograph of parents/two blood relatives/guardians.
  8. An affidavit of Rs. 10/- attested by Notary Public.*


  1. Original certificates must be brought at the time of interview/admission.
  2. After taking admission, none of the candidate will leave the course in mid stream. If any candidate discontinues/leave the course she will have to pay the full fee (for the complete course) to the college.
  3. If at any level the certificates/affidavit submitted by the candidate is found false his admission will be struck off from the college and no any kind of fee will be refunded under any circumstances.

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