UPSC CMS Cut off 2020 - Union Public Service Commission releases the cut off of UPSC CMS 2020 exam along with the final result. The UPSC CMS 2020 cut off will be released for both the stages of the examination i.e. computer based test and personality test. Applicants have to obtain the minimum qualifying marks that is UPSC CMS cut off 2020 in the CBT to be eligible for the next stage of the selection process i.e. personality test/interview. UPSC will conduct the UPSC Combined Medical Services (CMS) on July 19, 2020. The minimum qualifying marks for General, OBC, SC, and ST candidates is 30% marks in each paper whereas 20% in each paper for PH-1 candidates. UPSC also releases the cutoff for the CMS examination after the final stage of the exam is over.. The final cutoff for UPSC CMS 2020 will be based on the CBT and personality test both for the selection of the candidates.
The computer based test is of 500 marks. It has been seen that candidates scoring around 50 percent in general category have cleared the CBT stage cutoff. The final stage of the examination is a personality test/interview, which is done to get an idea of the psychology of the applicants and their overall personality. It is of 100 marks. So to clear the CMS 2020 cutoff for CBT and personality test phase applicants are advised to aim for 50 percent or more. To give the applicants an idea of the cut off for previous years CMS exam check the table below.
(Out of 500)
at Final Stage
(Out of 600)
Candidates belonging to Persons with Benchmark Disability(PwBD)
22 (Gen=14, OBC=05, SC=03)
02 (Gen=01, OBC=01)
PwBD 4 & 5
Marks out of 500
Marks out of 600
Along with the release of the final result an reserve list of candidates is also released in case any selected applicant does not join or is disqualified due to some reason then the reserved list candidates will be considered to fill that open position.
UPSC CMS 2019 Reserve List
The UPSC CMS 2020 result will be released in two stages i.e. one for the CBT phase and the other after the personality test. The final UPSC CMS result 2020 will be prepared on the basis of the aggregate marks scored by the candidates in both the phases of the exam. The CMS 2020 result will be published on the UPSC official website in pdf format with the roll numbers of the selected candidates.
UPSC CMS Admit Card 2020
Online, the first stage of the CMS exam is a written computer based test.
No, only MBBS students can apply for the UPSC CMS examination.
Yes, negative ⅓ is awarded for every wrong answer.
It depends on the conducting authority of the examination i.e. UPSC.
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There is nothing such mention in the eligibility criteria for UPSC CMS exam. It is just that you must have completed final year of MBBS. no such information regarding internship is mentioned.
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Combined medical services exam is conducted by UPSC every year. It is conducted in two phases which are Online computer-based exam & Personality Test. The application fees is 200 rupee. The application form will be available from April 2020 . The CMS written test will be in July and the personality test will be in October. The final result comes in November. Hope this helps
In personality test you will be assessed based on your honesty, integrity, Understanding, academic performance, social behaviour, general knowledege, Communication skills, grasping power, alertness etc.It does not have any set of standard questions but it may begin with asking you to tell about yourself.And questions will be asked from based on what you have said for example if you have said that your hobby is to read books they may ask you questions on the book which you have recently read, like who is the author, who suggested etc.You just need to be yourself and be able to express yourself.You need to be honest.
Yes, the foreign graduates pursuing MBBS are eligible to appear for the UPSC CMS Exam. The only condition is that they must have a valid MBBS degree. The MBBS degree of the university must be approved by MCI (Medical Council of India ). And this degree is necessary to apply for UPSC CMS.
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Yes, you are eligible for the civil service exam even after completion of degree from an open University.
The university giving you the degree must be recognised by state or centre government.
Open Universities like NIOS and IGNOU are all recognised by the government of India.
Open degree courses are good as it gives you the plenty of time to focus in your preparation for the exam.
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