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    Are there any courses in MBA nursing after ANM or GNM?

    Have any course in MBA nursing after ANM or GNM ?



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    Re: Are there any courses in MBA nursing after ANM or GNM?

    ANM stands for Auxiliary Nurse and Midwifery and GNM stand for General Nurse and Midwifery.

    Both ANM & GNM are diploma level courses and hence are not eligible for MBA course. The admission for MBA requires at least graduation degree in any discipline.

    I would suggest you to acquire B.Sc Nursing( by lateral entry scheme if you have already completed GNM/ ANM) and then go for MBA in Nursing .

    Hope this information is helpful.

    Good Luck
    Auxiliary Nurse Midwife/ Health Worker (ANM)Eligibility: 10th Duration: 18 monthsANM course provide training as to how to take care of health related needs of the people living in rural areas especially children, mothers and old persons.

    Read more at: http://www.icbse.com/careers/careers-in-nursing

    Auxiliary Nurse Midwife/ Health Worker (ANM)Eligibility: 10th Duration: 18 monthsANM course provide training as to how to take care of health related needs of the people living in rural areas especially children, mothers and old persons.

    Read more at: http://www.icbse.com/careers/careers-in-nursing

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