Nursing and Midwifery Schools State-wise details of Auxiliary Narse Midwives(ANM) and General Nurse Midwives (GNM) School

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 
MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 

LOK SABHA 

STARRED QUESTION NO.78 

TO BE ANSWERED ON THE 14TH DEEMBER, 2018 

NURSING AND MIDWIFERY SCHOOLS 

78. SHRI RAMSINH RATHWA: 

SHRI KAUSHALENDRA KUMAR: 

Will the Minister of HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE be pleased to state: 
  • (a) whether the Government is according special attention to improve the quantity and capacity of the General Nursing Midwifery (GNM) and Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery (ANM) schools at all India level, if so, the details thereof; 
  • (b) the financial implications for upgradation of present nursing schools and colleges in the country; and 
  • (c) the details of steps being taken/ proposed to be taken for increasing the qualified faculty and upgrading the knowledge and skills of nursing personnel in various speciality areas? 
NURSING+AND+MIDWIFERY+SCHOOLS
ANSWER 

THE MINISTER OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 
(SHRI JAGAT PRAKASH NADDA) 

(a) to (c) : A Statement is laid on the Table of the House. 

STATEMENT REFERRED TO IN REPLY TO LOK SABHA STARRED QUESTION NO.78* FOR 14TH DECEMBER, 2018 

(a) Under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme of Upgradation/strengthening of Nursing Services (Auxiliary Nurse Midwives/General Nurse Midwives), the Government has approved and released funds to 112 Auxiliary Nurse Midwives (ANM) and 136 General Nurse Midwives (GNM) Schools in the country. The details are enclosed as Annexure-I. 

(b) Under the Central Sector Scheme of Development of Nursing Services, funds to the tune of Rs. 6.00 crore are earmarked for Upgradation of an existing School of Nursing into College of Nursing. So far 17 institutions have been provided with funds to the tune of Rs. 48.715 crore for Upgradation of School of Nursing into College of Nursing. List of 17 institutions along with funds released is at Annexure – II. 

(c) Various steps have been taken for increasing the qualified faculty and upgrading the knowledge and skill of nursing personnel in various specialty areas such as: 

i. Student patient ratio has been changed from 1:5 to 1:3;
ii. The land from 5 acres has been relaxed to construct building of 54,000 sq. ft. for school/college of Nursing and Hostel; 

iii. Relaxing norms for teaching faculty to start B.Sc. (N) Programme: 
  • At least 2 M.Sc. (N) faculty to be available; 
  • Qualification and Experience of the Nursing Teachers has been relaxed; 
  • Sharing of teaching faculty for both Diploma and Graduate Programme; 
iv. Relaxation for opening M.Sc. (N) programme: 
  • Super speciality Hospital can start M.Sc.(N) without having under graduate programme. 
  • Relaxation of student teacher ratio for M.Sc (N) programme has been relaxed from 1:5 to 1:10 
  • Age increased for Teaching Faculty up to 70 years. 
  • Distance from school to hospital has been relaxed from 15 km to 30 km, however for hilly and tribal areas the maximum distance is 50 Km. 
vi. Six weeks training is imparted by using Standard Based management and recognition approach to strengthen the foundation of pre-service education of ANM resulting in better prepared health provider. 

State-wise details of Auxiliary Nurse Midwives (ANM) and General Nurse Midwives (GNM) Schools
ANNEXURE - I

Sl.No. State ANM Schools (Districts) GNM Schools (Districts)
1 Andhra Pradesh Narsapuram Tirupathi
Vijaywada Eluru
Kakinada Ongole
2 Arunachal Pradesh Lohit U.Subansiri
Tawang East Siang (Pasighat)
West Siang Naharlagun (Papampure)
3 Assam Baksa Bongaigaon
Udalguri
Chirang
4 Bihar Aurangabad Banka
Jamui Buxar
Kaimur (Bhabhua) Jehanabad
Khagaria Saran
Lakhisarai Seikhpur
Nawada Vaishali
Sheohar Purnia
Siwan Sasaram
Supaul Madhepur
Darbanga West Champaran
Arwal Katihar
Araria Saharsa
Kishanganj
5 Chattisgarh Bijapur Dantewada
Kawardha Janjgir-Champa
Narayanpur Kanker
Bastar Korba
Bilaspur Korea
Mahasamund
6 Gujarat Ahmedabad Anand
Jamnagar Bhavnagar
Patan Kheda
Valsad Porbander
Tapi
7 Haryana Chakhri Dadri Palwal
Rewari Mewat
Kurukshetra
8 Himachal Pradesh Kullu Nahan
Chamba
Mandi
9 Jammu & Kashmir Bandipora Budgam
Kargil Gangerbal
Kishtwar Kulgam
Ramban Pulwama
Bhadarwah Reasi
Billawar Samba
Ananthnag Shopian
Thanmandi Udhampur
Surankote Kathua
Kokarnag Doda
Rajouri
10 Jharkhand Chatra Gumla
Godda Latehar
Khunti Saraikela
Garhwa Hazaribagh
Ramgarh Palamu
Ranchi
Jamtara
11 Madhya Pradesh Annupur Mandsour
Alirajpur Dewas
Ashoknagar
Burhanpur
Dindori
Harda
Neemuch
Rewa
Shajapur
Sheopur
Singrauli
Umaria
12 Maharashtra Gadhchiroli Gadchirouli
Pusad/Yeotmal Washim
Ratnagiri Nandurbar
Ratnagiri
Sindhudurg
Bhandara
Amravati
Gondia
13 Manipur Bishnupur
Chandel
Senapati
Tamenglong
Thoubal
Ukhrul
14 Meghalaya East Garo Hills
Ri Bhoi
South Garo Hills
West Khasi Hills
15 Mizoram Lawngtlai Champhai
Mammit Kolasib
Aizwal Saiha
Serchhip
16 Nagaland Zunheboto Mon
Kohima Phek
Mokokchung Tuensang
17 Odisha Boudh Nabrangpur
Subarnapur Kalahandi
Gajapati Sundergarh
Raigada Khandhamal
Malkangiri Dhenkanal
Keonjhar
Mayurbhanj
Koraput
Balasore
18 Puducherry Mahe Karaikal
Yanam
19 Punjab Rupnagar
Bhatinda
Gurdaspur
Sangrur
Patiala
20 Rajasthan Pratapgarh Baran
Alwar Bikaner
Nagour
Jhunjhun
Chittorgarh
21 Sikkim East Sikkim
West Sikkim
22 Tamil Nadu Namakkal
Theni
Shivganga
23 Telangana Karimnagar
24 Tripura West Tripura
25 Uttarkhand Bageshwar Haridwar
Champawat Nainital
Rudraprayag Roorkhi
Uttarkashi
26 Uttar Pradesh Auraiya Ambedkar Nagar
Balrampur Bundaun
Bulandshahar Farrukhabad
Chandauli Firozabad
Mahamaya Nagar Hardoi
Jyotiba Phule Nagar Jalaun
Kanpur Dehat Kannauj
Kanshiram Mahoba
Kaushambi Siddharth Nagar
Kusinagar Unnao
Lalitpur Kheri
Maharajganj Mainpuri
Sant Kabir Nagar Faizabad
Sant Ravidas Nagar Rampur
Sharavasti Balia
Sonbhadra Gonda
Amethi Morarabad
Fatehpur Sikri Jhansi
Sambhal Barabanki
Etah Aligarh
Mau Raibrali
Jounpur Etawa
Sultanpur Ghazipur
27 West Bengal Ghatal
Barasat
Maldha
Jangipur
West Medinipur
Howrah
Kolkata N
N. Paragnas
Total 112 136
LIST OF SCHOOL OF NURSING UPGRADED INTO COLLEGE OF NURSING AND AMOUNT RELEASED 
ANNEXURE - II 
(Rs. In Cr.)
S.No State Name of Institution Fund released
a) Gujarat School of Nursing, Sir T. General Hospital, Jail Road, Bhavnagar
1.025
School of Nursing, S.S. Hospital, Baroda
1.025
b) Jharkhand School of Nursing, Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College Hospital, Jamshedpur.
5.065
School of Nursing, Patliputra Medical College and Hospital Dhanbad.
2.025
School of Nursing, Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences, Nurses Hostel, Bariatu, Ranchi
1.025
c) Himachal Pradesh GNM Training Center Indira Gandhi Memorial Hospital, Shimla,
4.40
d) Manipur School of GNM, RIMS Campus, Imphal,
3.00
e) Rajasthan SON, PBM Hospital Bikaner,
5.205
SON, Mahatma Gandhi Hospital, Jodhpur.
5.205
SON, Maharana Bhupal Govt. Hospital, Udaipur.
5.205
SON, J.L.N Medical College
and Asso. Group of Hospital, Ajmer.
5.205
General Nursing Midwifery Training Center, Maharaja Bhim Singh Singh Hospital, Kota.
5.205
f) Tamil Nadu School of Nursing, Govt. K.G Hospital Chennai,
1.025
School of Nursing Govt. M.K Medical College Hospital, Salem.
1.025
g) Uttar Pradesh School of Nursing BHU Institute of Medical Science, Varanasi.
1.025
h) West Bengal School of Nursing, Medinipur Medical College and Hospital, Medinipur.
1.025
School of Nursing Culcutta National Medical College and Hospital, Kolkota.
1.025
Total
48.715

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