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General Nursing and Midwifery (Diploma)



3 Years



Total Intake

Intake pattern

Eligibility Criteria


The Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) is a foundational nursing program designed to prepare students for careers as general nurses and midwives. This program combines theoretical knowledge in nursing fundamentals with practical clinical experience, focusing on the provision of quality healthcare and support to patients and their families.

Programme Objectives

Programme Outcome


The GNM program adopts an integrated approach to nursing education, blending classroom learning with practical clinical exposure. The curriculum is structured to ensure students acquire a deep understanding of nursing theory, complemented by hands-on experience in real-world healthcare settings. Through lectures, workshops, simulations, and internships, students develop critical thinking and practical skills necessary for effective nursing and midwifery. This pedagogical strategy emphasizes the holistic development of students, preparing them to meet the challenges of modern healthcare with professionalism and care.

Programme Educational Objectives


  1. Comprehensive curriculum covering nursing, midwifery, and healthcare basics.
  2. Hands-on clinical training in hospitals and healthcare settings.
  3. Emphasis on patient care, ethics, and communication skills.
  4. Preparation for immediate employment in healthcare sectors.
  5. Pathway to advanced nursing education and specialization.

Value Proposition

Equips students with the necessary skills for a rewarding career in nursing and midwifery.

Fosters a strong foundation in nursing practices and patient care techniques.

Enhances employability in diverse healthcare environments.

Offers opportunities for further education and professional advancement.

Career Prospects

Graduates of the GNM program can pursue careers in:

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