UPSC CMS 2019 - Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the admit card of CMS on June 27, 2019. Candidates can download the admit card using their required login credentials. UPSC CMS 2019 is scheduled to be held on July 21. Earlier, the notification of CMS was released on April 10, 2019. Candidates were able to fill the application form of UPSC CMS from April 10 to May 6, 2019. Candidates who have qualified the written and practical parts of the final M.B.B.S. examination or appearing for the final year are eligible to fill the application form.
The selection process of UPSC CMS includes 2 stages – Computer based examination and personality test. The computer-based examination consists of 2 papers – Paper 1 (General Medicine and Paediatrics), Paper 2 (Surgery, Gynaecology & Obstetrics and Preventive & Social Medicine). UPSC CMS 2019 is conducted for the posts of Assistant Medical Officer in Indian Ordnance Factories Health Services, Assistant Divisional Medical Officer in the Railways, Junior Scale Posts in Central Health Services etc. as per the available vacancies.
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The application form of UPSC CMS 2019 is available from April 10, 2019. The last day fill the application form is May 6, 2019. UPSC CMS 2019 application form can be filled in two parts - part I and II. In part 1 of the application form, candidates have to register by entering details like father’s name, category, name etc while in part 2 candidates will have to select the mode of payment, selection of exam centre and final submission of application form. Candidates must fill the application form carefully because the editing of details cannot be done after final submission.
UPSC CMS 2019 Registration Part – I
Fill details name, mother’s name, educational qualification father’s name, mobile number etc and submit the application form.
UPSC CMS 2019 Registration Part – II
Login with their id and password to fill part 2 of registration.
Select the mode of payment, exam centre and upload the scanned photograph (1kb to 40 kb) and signature( 3 kb to 40 kb).
Candidates can check the application fee of UPSC CMS 2019 below.
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Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
Computer-based examination - July 21, 2019
Number of vacancies
To be announced
Graduation (M.B.B.S degree)
Stages of exam
Computer-based examination and
UPSC CMS 2019 Notification
April 10, 2019
Availability of UPSC CMS Application form
April 10, 2019
Last day to fill the application form
May 6, 2019
UPSC CMS admit card 2019
June 27, 2019
UPSC CMS 2019 CBE
July 21, 2019
Result of UPSC CMS for CBE
The admit card of UPSC CMS has been released on June 27, 2019. Those candidates who have successfully filled the application form will be issued admit card. To download UPSC CMS 2019 admit card, candidates have entered the login credentials. and Personality test separately. The admit card for Personality test will be released for the candidates who qualify the computer-based examination.
The eligibility criteria of UPSC CMS 2019 has been defined by Union Public Service Commission(UPSC). Candidates appearing for UPSC CMS exams can check the eligibility criteria in order to fill the application form. Check the detailed UPSC CMS 2019 Eligibility criteria below.
Candidates must have completed or appearing final year of MBBS examination
Indian, or Bhutan, or Nepal, or
Indian origin migrants who have settled permanently in India from East African Countries of Uganda, Kenya, Pakistan, United Republic of Tanzania, Ethiopia, Malawi, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Zaire, Burma, or
Tibetan refugee who settled in India permanently before January 1, 1962, with the certificate issued by Government of India
Candidates must be not more that 32 years (as on August 1, 2019)
Candidates belonging to reserved category can check the age relation provided to them from the table given below.
Disabled Defence Services personnel
ECOs/SSCOs (5 years)
Jammu & Kashmir domiciles from January 1, 1980 to December 31, 1989
Physically disabled candidates
Ex-servicemen including ECOs, Commissioned Officers and SSCOs
The exam centres of UPSC CMS will be announced by UPSC. Candidates will have to select the exam centres while filling the application form. The exam centres of UPSC CMS 2019 will be allotted on the first-apply-first-allot basis. So, candidates must fill the application form early to get the desired exam centre. Candidates can check the list of UPSC CMS 2019 exam centres below.
UPSC CMS 2019 Exam pattern
The exam pattern of UPSC CMS will help candidates’ understand the pattern, types of questions, subjects asked in the examination. UPSC CMS 2019 consists of 2 stages – written exam and personality test. As per the exam pattern, the written exam will be conducted for 500 marks while the personality test will be held for 100 marks. UPSC CMS 2019 written exam has 2 papers- paper 1 (General Medicine and Paediatrics) and paper 2 (Surgery, Gynaecology & Obstetrics and Preventive & Social Medicine). Each paper will be conducted for 2 hours. Both the papers of written exam will be conducted for 250 marks.
Number of Question
Number of Questions
Gynaecology & Obstetrics
Preventive & Social Medicine
The answer key of UPSC CMS will be available after the final result. The answer key for both the papers of RRB ALP will be released by UPSC. With the help of UPSC CMS answer key, candidates can check their answers to calculate the probable score.
UPSC will release the result separately for the computer-based exam in August 2019. Shortlisted candidates on the basis of CBE will be eligible to appear for personality test. The result will be available in pdf format. After the personality test, UPSC will also declare the list of finally selected candidates who will qualify both stages of the exam. The final result of UPSC CMS will be prepared by adding the marks of the computer-based exam and personality test.
UPSC will announce the cut off of CMS. To qualify the exam, candidates have to secure minimum marks which will be released by the commission. The cut off written exam will be calculated out of 500 marks. Candidates who will qualify the cut off will be eligibile to appear for personality test. For the candidates who will be selected in the personality test will be eligibile for final recruitment. For those candidates, will announce the final cutoff of which will be calculated out of 600 marks.
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If you attend an interview this year, they expect you to join this y ear itself. They will not hold the position for the next 2-3 years until you complete your PG. The position has been opened for a vacancy to be filled now. It cannot hold for the next 2-3 years. If you want to complete your PG and come back, you will have to reapply and then based on the position available, you get a designation. Now there is a feasibility where in Candidates, join the service and then take leave to pursue higher studies. They can come back and join the position once they complete the course.
As per my knowledge , it is the 10th and 12th class marksheet that matters when you apply for exams. You are asked your name, yours father's name, you DOB as per your class 10th marksheet. It is specifically mentioned in the application forms. So you don't need to worry about this. Your 10th class marksheet is the proof of your DOB and other details. You will not face any problems.
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You can appear for this exam once you’re done with MBBS. On clearing it, you can expect to live a comfortable and contented life and possibly even a lucrative career later on, with a lot of perks. You will be posted to any branch of Indian Govt. like the Railways , or as General Duty Doctors and at many other posts.
Now, the catch. You might find it very difficult to study further while working, as you may not have the luxury of time to prepare for a PG course and work simultaneously ( although a three government service makes you eligible for a post grad seat through the In-service quota).
The pay varies from post to post; A post higher up would fetch you more than Rs. 80,000 ,whereas a medical officer may only earn around Rs 45,000.
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