Diploma in Auxiliary Nursing & Midwifery (ANM)

Nursing course is recognized by Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi. The course deals with the field of science and enables healthcare professionals to focus on the care of individuals, families and communities so that they may attain, maintain or recover optimal health and quality of life from conception to death.


Duration of Course

Total duration of course is two year (18 Months + 6 Months Internship)

First Year

  1. Total weeks in a year 52 weeks
  2. Vacation 4 weeks
  3. Gazetted holidays 2 weeks
  4. Preparation Holidays & Examination 3 weeks
  5. Teaching hours in weeks 43 weeks

Total Teaching hours 43 weeks X 40 hours/week = 1720 hours

Second Year including Internship

  1. Total weeks 52 weeks
  2. Vacation 4 weeks
  3. Gazetted holidays 2 weeks
  4. Preparation Holidays & Examination 2 weeks
  5. Teaching hours in week 44 weeks

Total Teaching hours 44 weeks X 40 hours/week = 1760 hours

Eligibility Condition

  • The candidate must have passed 10+2 from any recognized Board, Council or University or those whose result are awaited but qualify before the date of admission.
  • The candidates from all streams of study are eligible to apply for admission.
  • The candidate must have attained by 1st October minimum 17 years and maximum 30 years of age as on 1st October. For this the candidates are required to submit a self attested copy of their class X certificate or any other valid evidence to support the claim.
  • Candidates have to be medically fit.

General Conditions

  • The candidates need to be physically fit for which a medical certificate shall be submitted from the Chief Medical Officer or any Government Hospital at the time of admission which will be returned after verification by the Medical Board of the Institute.
  • The candidates shall produce the original mark sheets and certificates at the time of admission which will be returned after verification.
  • No candidate shall leave the curse before the completion of its duration otherwise the caution money and all other fee so deposited shall be forfeited.
  • All the candidates shall abide by the Rules framed by the college from time to time and any violation thereof will attract disciplinary action.

A. Basis of Selection: The selection of the candidate to ANM course will be made on the basis of the interview.

B. Admission Procedure: Applicant placed in the merit list shall be called by the college & given admission in the order of merit.

C. Scheme of Examination: This will be based on the norms and rules of Indian Nursing Council & UP State Medical Faculty, Lucknow. It will be notified and applicable from time to time. CCTV provides entire activities of the college transparent, particularly prohibits use of unfair means during examinations.

Curriculum: First Year

Nursing CourseClassroom HoursExperience
SNCourse Title & description Theory Demonstration Total Hospital Community Total
1Community Health Nursing1205017010100110
2Health Promotion1207519520180200
A. Nutrition352055
B. Human Body & Hygiene352055
C. Environment & Sanitation201535
D. Mental Health301040
3Primary health Care Nursing – 113015028090300390
A. Infection & Immunisation252045
B. Communicable Diseases402565
C. Community Health Problems305080
D. Primary Medical Care202040
E. First-Aid & referral253560
4Child Health Nursing7511018580100180
Total Hours45385835200680880

Total = 1720 Hours

Second Year (First 6 Months)

Nursing CourseClassroom HoursExperience
SNCourse Title & description Theory Demonstration Total Hospital Community Total
1Midwifery 200160360 220 160 380
2Health Centre Management 40 40 80 60 60
Total Hours240 200 440 220 220 440

Total = 880 Hours

Note: Second year includes an internship period of 6 months

Second Period (Internship Period)

Nursing Course Experience
SNCourse Title & Description Hospital Community Total
1Midwifery 240 240
—-Antenatal Ward 40
—-Intranatal/Labour Room 120
—-Post Natal Ward 40
—-Neonatal Care Unit 40
2Child Health 80 160 240
3Community health & Health Center Management 160 160
Total Hours320 560 880

Total = 880 Hours in the internship Period

Grand Total = 1760 Hours

Fee Structure

General Rules & Regulation

Attendance Requirement: Students are required to attend class regularly. Biometric attendance machine is installed to manage the attendance of students. As per college rules, no student will be allowed to appear in the end term Examination unless he/she has under gone regular course of study in the college and has put in at least 75% attendance.

Uniform: Students are required to come in the prescribed uniform every
day else the college may take suitable action against them.

Dispute: In case of any dispute, the decision of the Principal of the college shall be final. However an aggrieved student may appeal against the decision of the Principal to the Management Committee of the college. The decision of the Management Committee shall be final and abiding to all students. The jurisdiction for legal proceedings will be in Barabanki only.

Amendment: The Principal of the college, with the approval of the Management Committee of the college may make any change in the Prospectus to avoid any difficulty created by the existing provisions. The students shall be bound by the changes so made from time to time.

Anti-ragging Committee: The college has an anti-ragging committee comprising members of the academic staff and management committee to ensure security of students & staff.

Scheme of Examination

The college follows Annual System spreading over entire academic period. In each period, there will be Class Tests, a Mid Term Examination and End Term Examination followed by Practical Examination. IN the 1st year a PTS examination will be conducted after completion of 3 months of the course. The End Term examination shall be conducted by the U.P. State Medical Faculty. The grading of marks will be as: Distinction – 80 % and above; First Division – 70 % to 70 %; Second division – 60 % to 69 %; Pass – 50 % to 59%; Fail – Below 50%.

The dates of examinations will be as prescribed by the college/UP State Medical Faculty from time to time. No student will be promoted to higher class unless she has cleared all the papers in the previous relevant year.

Students must have no dues certificates from librarian, account section and Principal of the college before appearing in the end examination.

Theory & Practical Examination at the end of the First Year

TheoryCourseExternal AssessmentInternal AssessmentDuration
Theory Paper – ICommunity Health Nursing75253 Hours
Theory Paper – IIHealth Promotion75253 Hours
Theory Paper – IIIPrimary Health care Nursing75253 Hours
Theory Paper – IVChild Health Nursing75253 Hours
Practical – ICommunity Health Nursing Health Promotion100100
Practical – IIChild Health Nursing100100

Grand Total of First Year 800 Marks

Theory & Practical Examination at the end of the Second Year

PaperCourseExternal AssessmentInternal AssessmentDuration
Theory Paper – VMidwifery75253 Hours
Theory Paper – VIHealth Center Management75253 Hours
Practical – IIIMidwifery100100
Practical – IVPrimary Health Care Health Center Mgnt.100100

Grand Total for second year 600 marks

Venue for Practical Examination

All the ANM School run by Govt. or private school in the District, their examination should be conducted in District hospital.


Expected competencyHospital ExperiencesCommunity Experiences
ASSESMENT & CARE of Normal Pregnant WomenØ  Detecting Pregnancy using pregnancy
Testing Kit
Ø  Registration of Antenatal Mother
Ø  Preconception counseling.Ø  Measuring the blood pressure, pulse
Registration and Management vital events register.
Conduct ANC Examination at home.
Participate in ANC in sub center.
And FHR, checking for pallor and agama and determining the fundal height, fetal lea and presentation accurately.
Ø  Hemoglobin estimation and testing urine for Protein and Sugar.
Ø  Examine 20 ANC women in community.
Ø  Provide IFA Supplements and administer TT Injection to 10 women.
Malaria testing for pregnant mothers.
Counseling on birth, pre preparedness, complication readiness diet & rest, pregnancy, Domestic violence and contraception.
Conduct Normal Delivery.
Recognize different degrees of tears given.
Emergency care and refer
Ø  Maintain midwifery case book.
Ø  Conduction pelvic assessment its determine pelvic adequacy. PV Examination
Ø  Plotting pantographs and deciding when to refer the women.
Ø  Conduction 10 save delivery (in the
hospital and community), with active management of 3rd stage of labor, using infection prevention practices.
Ø  Assist in the suturing of 5 episiotomies and tears.
Conducting deliveries in the communities ( health centers preferably and home.)
Assessment and Care of postnatal mothers and new borne.Ø  Provide essential care of the new borne – 10.
Ø  Basic resuscitation of the new born-5.
Ø  Managing Counseling on post partum car and nutrition.
Ø  Counseling/ supporting of the mothers for breast feeding and preventing/ managing breast feeding problems.
Ø  Counseling for kangaroo mother care.
Ø  Care for postnatal mothers 10, in the hospital and community.
Ø  Conduct health education for groups of mothers and individuals. 3each.
Ø  Follow infection prevention and biomedical waste management in labor room and sub center.
up of 10 postnatal mothers for 10 days and at least 3 house visit.
of new born at home 10. Group of mothers and individuals 2 each.
the accepted practices of AYUSS.
Counseling of mothers for breast feedingØ  Counseling for KNC Care.
Ø  Care of postnatal mothers 10 conduct health education for group of mothers and individuals – 3 each
Integrate the accept practices of AYUSH.
Assessing and referring mothers at riskØ  Indentified high risk pregnancy and give care.Do case study of complicated child birth in the village.
Ø  Prepare for caesareans – 2.
Ø  Observe caesareans section – 2.
Ø  Observe abnormal delivery – 5.
Ø  Prepare for MTP & Observe
procedure – 2.
Ø  Take care of women with abortion – 2.
Ø  Insert and live.
Ø  Insert urinary catheter in women
Ø  Pre preparation and administer of MgSO4 Injection.
Ø  Preparation and administration of oxytocin drip.
Ø  By manual compression of the uterus for the management of PHH.
Ø  Care of mothers with HIV.
Ø  Digital removal of retained product of conception for incomplete abortion.
Ø  Provide post abortion care
Conduct village meetings for emergency transport of women at risk.
Indentify and refer women with unwanted pregnancy for MTP. Interviews and 10 women and list reasons for unsafe motherhood & abortion.
Identify high risk mother – 5 and new born and refer them to the higher center.
Counsel eligible couple about different methods of contraception.Ø  Counseling of mothers/couples for
Family Planning.
Ø  Prepare and assist for sterilization of 5 female and male cases in the hospital or community.
Counsel eligible couple on different methods of contraception performs to IUCG insertion (In the hospital for community).
Prepare acceptance for sterilization and IUTDS.Ø  Insertion of IUDS and prescription of contraception of contraceptive.
Ø  Performance of two IUTD insertions (In the hospital for community).
Ø  Distribute oral pill and the use of
condoms and distribute condoms.
Distribute oral pills 5
Demonstration the use of condoms and distribute 5.
Direction of Surgical cancer.Ø  Visual inspection of cervix and taking a Pap smear test – 2Visual inspection of pubic ceuin and taking pap snear test – 2.

Clinical requirement to complete during the internship Period


& Community Experienced

and care of normal pregnant women

antenatal women (in the hospital and community).

Normal delivery.

different degree of tears due to emergency care and refer

Pelvic assessment to determine pelvic adequacy. PV Examination 5. Conducting
10 save deliveries (in the hospital and community), with active management of
third stage of labor using infection prevention practices.

in the suturing of 5 episiotomies and tears.

and tear of postnatal mothers and new borne.

essential care of the new borne 10.

Resuscitation of new borne 5.

of postnatal mothers 10 (in the hospital and community).

and referring mothers at risk

care of women with abortion 2.

eligible couple about different methods of contraception.

acceptors for sterilization and IU CDS.

of cervical cancer.

and assist for sterilization of 5 female and 2 male cases (in the hospital
and community).

3 IUCD insertions (in the hospital and community).

the use of condoms and distribute condoms 5.

of sick neonates and children (IMNCI).

and care of 5 sick
neonates and 5 sick children as per the IMNCI protocols.

Clinical requirements to be completed during the Second Year.


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Career in Nursing, Midwifery or Paramedic that makes a difference.

The World of Nursing

A career in nursing is interesting, rewarding and challenging. Nurses work in every Health setting from accident and emergency to working in patients, homes, with people of all ages and backgrounds. Although traditionally nurses cared for sick patients, that is now only one of the many exciting roles. Nurses are a crucial part of the healthcare team. In fact they are the largest group of staff in the any hospital. Traditionally, nurses have cared for sick patients, indeed caring remains the main focus of nursing. However, the role of nurses has developed and expanded.

The World of Midwifery

Midwifery provides care for women throughout pregnancy and childbirth, and is lead professional for those women whose pregnancies are uncomplicated.


  • Promote health before, during and after pregnancy.
  • Provide health and pregnancy-related education.
  • Promote normality in pregnancy and childbirth.
  • Recognise and respond to emergency situation.
  • Administer medications.
  • Work as part of a healthcare team.
  • Need to be flexible to cope with the ever changing health service.
  • Undertake research to improve midwifery care and outcomes for women and babies.

Midwifery is about partnership – with women and with families – and this is reflected in our course. We work in partnership with students and we are looking for individuals who are prepared to commit time, energy and enthusiasm to becoming midwives.

The World of Paramedic

Apart from doctors, paramedical professional play an integral role in an efficient function of the healthcare mechanism. The students of science with biology at 10+2 level can make a rewarding career in various disciplines of paramedical sciences.

A Paramedic is a highly trained and skilled medical professional who is educated to carry out some of the duties of a Physician. Paramedics can examine, evaluate and treat patients with equipment and medications usually only found in the emergency department of a hospital. Paramedics are typically utilized as emergency care practitioners on ambulance or on first response emergency vehicles but their scope is rapidly expanding in many other areas. Some of these include industry, elementary and high schools, colleges, hospitals, doctor’s offices. More challenging and higher paid positions include working in specialty areas such as cruise ship medical departments, off shore oil drilling platforms, helicopter or fixed wing medical transport and hyperbaric oxygen chambers. Often they are the sole or highest trained medical provider in these areas.

Student Awards

The college offers awards and scholarships to the meritorious students. The Excellence Award (Rs. 1000/-, 500/-, 250/-) respectively will be given out to the students standing First, Second and Third in order of merit in the respective End Term Examination passing in the First Attempt.