Directorate of Medical Education & Training, Orissa


Directorate of Medical Education & Training, Orissa

Directorate of Medical Education & Training, Orissa:

Application in the prescribed from are invited for are admission into 3 ½ year General Nursing & Midwifery (G.N.M) Course for the academic Session -2010-11 in Government and private Nursing Schools in the state

Course Eligibility:

1. Both Female and Male candidates are eligible to apply. 10% of total seats are fixed to be filled-up from Male candidates.
2. The candidate must be a permanent resident of Orissa.
3. The candidate must have completed 17 Years and be within 35 Years of age on or before 31.12.2010. Upper age limit is relaxable by 5 Years in case of S.C. /S.T. candidates. There is no age bar for A.N.M.
4. The candidate must have passed Oriya as a subject at M.E/H.S.C. Examination.
5. A) The candidate must have passed 10+2 Examination in science/Arts/Commerce and other equivalent stream from C.H.S.E., Orissa or its equivalent Examination as recognized by the C.H.S.E., Orissa preferably with Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) subjects with aggregate of 40% Marks without Extra optional in case of General Candidates and 35% marks in case of S.C/S.T. Candidates.
B) Those, who have cleared 10+2 vocational A.N.M. Course (revised after2001) from the school recognized by I.N.C., New Delhi are eligible to apply.
C) Those, who have passed A.N.M. Training i.e.10+1 ½ year training and also have passed +2 or its equivalent Examination are also eligible to apply.

Last Date:

Last date for submission of application form is 15.07.2010

Contact Details:

Member Convenor, G.N.M. Selection Committee and Assistant Director Nursing Administration,
Office of the Director of Medical Education &Training,
Orissa, Bhubaneswer-751001

Website:

http://www.orissa.gov.in
http://www.orissagov.ocac.in

Regards, Mama


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