General Nursing and Midwifery-3 Years

The GNM nursing course aims to develop skilled and compassionate nurses who provide patient-centred care across the lifespan. Objectives include clinical competence, ethical practice, effective communication, critical thinking, and cultural sensitivity. Graduates are prepared for roles in diverse healthcare settings, with proficiency in health promotion, disease prevention, and midwifery skills. The program emphasizes teamwork, leadership, and research integration, fostering a commitment to lifelong learning and quality improvement. Graduates are equipped to address individual and community health needs, uphold professional ethics, and contribute effectively to interdisciplinary healthcare teams while demonstrating a strong sense of empathy and cultural awareness.


Duration -03 Year Diploma

Qualification- 10+2 of any recognized board and must have obtained a minimum of 40% at the qualifying examination including English. Must be a residents of West Bengal, as per Government rules.

Age –At least 17 years on 31st December of the year of Admission

Opportunity in Nursing

The nursing profession offers a vast and promising career scope. Graduates can pursue diverse pathways, such as clinical practice in hospitals, clinics, and home healthcare, specializing in areas like paediatrics, critical care, or geriatrics. Advanced practice roles like Nurse Practitioners and Nurse Anaesthetists allow for greater autonomy and responsibility. Nurse educators and researchers contribute to shaping the next generation of nurses and advancing healthcare through evidence-based practice. Leadership roles in healthcare administration and management are also accessible to experienced nurses. Additionally, nursing offers opportunities for international work, community health, and public policy advocacy. The ever-increasing demand for healthcare professionals ensures a bright and fulfilling career journey for nursing professionals.