KLE institute of Nursing

GNM (Diploma in Nursing)

Duration : 3 Years, Number of Seats : 30

Affiliated to KSDNEB,KNC,INC


KLE Institute of Nursing Hubbali, established in 2003. Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery is recognized by Karnataka Nursing Council and Indian Nursing Council. The institute aims at educating intellectually tolerant, morally upright, spiritually inspired, emotionally balanced, and socially committed nurses.


Diploma in Nursing

ELIGIBILITY


Must have passed 10+2 Pre University or equivalent with English as an optional subject. (Preference will be given to science candidates).

A candidates should have secured minimum of 40% in the previous course

Minimum & maximum age for admission will be 17 years & 35 years respectively.

Candidate must be able to speak, read and write English well.

Physical fitness certificate must be produced. However pre-placement physical examination will be conducted at K.L.E.S. Hospital, Hubli.

Forms will be available in the college office from 1st May onwards or can be downloaded from our website.

Candidate should apply by filling the application form for Rs. 250/- (GN M) and Rs. 500/- (B.Sc Nursing) either by cash payment or DD in favour of Principal KLES Institute of nursing sciences payable at Hubli.

Documents required during the time of admissions are as follows:

  • S.S.L.C/X Standard Marks Cards (Original+ 3 attested copies ).
  • IInd PUC/XII Standard Marks Cards (Original+ 3 attested copies ).
  • Transfer/L.C Certificate from Previous (Original+ 3 attested copies ).
  • Migration Certificate (Original+ 3 attested copies ).
  • Character Certificate from the previous institution (Original+ 3 attested copies).
  • The Candidates coming from out of state must obtain eligibility certificate from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore (Only for B. Sc Nursing).


  • Anatomy & Physiology Microbiology
  • Psychology & Sociology
  • Fundalmentals of Nursing
  • Medical Surgical Nursing-I
  • Medical Surgical Nursing-II
  • Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing
  • Midwifery & Gynaecology
  • Paediatric Nursing
  • Community Health Nursing -II

Students shall have board examination at the end of each year. Minimum pass marks shall be 50% in each of the theory and practical separately.

Class tests will be conducted periodically to evaluate the student's performance in each subject. The average marks will be sent to the board as internal assessment, for both theory and practical.

A model exam will be conducted before the board examination.

Carry over system: The benefit of carry over system is extended to the students of Diploma Nursing course. The candidates shall complete all the subjects of first year before appearing for third year examinations and all the subjects of second year before appearing of for fourth year examination.