*Intermediate/APOSS (10+2 pattern) orits equivalent examination with
(Physics,Chemistry and Biology)and *English is compulsory subject or 10+2 passed out from recognized board under
AISSCE/CBSE/ICSE/SSCE/HSCE/NIOS or other equivalent Board
with Physics, Chemistry and *Biology or *Inter Vocational with Bridge course in Biological and Physical Sciences
OC - 45% marks in Science subjects
BC/SC/ST - 40% marks in Science subjects Age: 17 years by December of year of admission

Qualifying Exam:

Based on AP EAPCET ENTRENCE TEST for local students NEET ENTRENCE TEST for non-local students.


Primary health worker
Nursing Assistant
Lab Assistant
ICU Nursing Assistant

Questions about GNM

Seeking after GNM and, consequently, a B.Sc Nursing or Post Basic B.Sc Nursing course can help improve the career prospects. 

After completing a GNM nursing course, you can become a clinical nurse specialist in any of the hospital settings like doctor’s facilities, hospitals, clinics, medical centres, or other healthcare centres. You will be recognised as a specialist in areas like Gerontology, Cardiovascular health, and significant others.

Both courses are effective in becoming an entry-level nurse. However, if you are interested in continuing your education after the course, the B.Sc nursing will offer you better exposure. Compared to the B.Sc nursing course, GNM is more professionally oriented. You would learn similar texts and topics in both courses.