ANM(Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery)

What is the ANM Eligibility Criteria?
Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery or ANM for short, is a 2 year undergraduate diploma course in nursing.

To take admissions in any institute in the ANM Nursing course, one has to meet certain eligibility criteria. The criteria may differ from college to college but the following general criteria can be applied to all institutes. The candidates must have successfully completed the 10+2 level of education, from a recognized educational Board.
A minimum aggregate score of 50% at the 10+2 level must have been scored.
Candidates must have science subjects in their 10+2 level of education.

ANM Job PositionsClinical Nurse Specialist, Legal Nurse Consultant, Forensic Nursing, Madam, In-charge & Helper, Teacher & Junior Lecturer, Travelling Nurse, Receptionist & Entry Operator, Brand Representative & Hyper, Sale-purchase Assistant, Emergency Room Nurse & Midwife Nurse, among others.
Employment AreasMedical Colleges, Medical Content Writing, Community Healthcare Centres, Nursing Homes, Self-Clinic, Medical Labs, etc.