UPSC CMS Cut off 2019
Supriya Kumari, 01 Dec 2018, #UPSC CMS

UPSC CMS Cut off 2019 - Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will release the cut off of Combined Medical Services Examination (CMS). UPSC CMS Cut off 2019 will be released in two stages - computer-based examination and final cut off. Candidates appearing for computer-based examination have to score the minimum qualifying marks and overall cut off to qualify for next stage of selection process. Based on previous years UPSC CMS Cut off the minimum qualifying marks for General, OBC, SC, and ST candidates were 30% marks in each paper whereas 20% in each paper for PH-1 candidates. However, candidates have to qualify overall cut off which will be released category wise.

UPSC CMS Cut off 2019 for written exam will be released in February 2020. Shortlisted candidates have to appear for interview/personality test. The selected candidates will have to qualify final cut off which will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates in computer-based examination and interview. UPSC CMS Cut off 2019 for final selection will be released in February 2020. 

UPSC CMS Cut off 2019 - Dates

Events

Dates

UPSC CMS computer-based examination 2019

July 21, 2019

UPSC CMS computer-based examination Result 2019

August 2019

UPSC CMS Cut off 2019 for the computer-based examination

February 2020 

UPSC CMS Personality test/Interview

October 2019

UPSC CMS Personality test/Interview Result

February 2020

UPSC CMS Cut off 2019 for final stage

December 2019

UPSC CMS Cut off 2019 for the Computer-based examination

The cut off of UPSC CMS will be calculated out of 500 marks. UPSC CMS Cut off 2019 for computer-based examination will be released category wise. Candidates have to qualify the minimum cut off as well as overall cut off for the written exam. On the basis of previous years cut off analysis the minimum qualifying marks for both the papers of computer-based examination was 30% i.e 75 marks for General, OBC, SC and ST candidates and 50 marks for PH candidates. However, the minimum qualifying cut off has not been fixed for 2019 exam. Candidates who will qualify the overall cut off and minimum qualifying cut off will be eligible to appear for Interview/Personality Test. Candidates appearing for UPSC CMS 2019 can check the previous year cut off below.

UPSC CMS Cut off 2017 - Computer-based examination

S.No.

Category

Marks out of 500

1.

General 

261

2.

OBC

222

3.

SC

235

4.

ST

223

5.

PH-1

101

UPSC CMS Cut off 2016 - Computer-based examination

S.No.

Category

Marks out of 500

1.

General 

229

2.

OBC

 194

3.

SC

193

4.

ST

 168

5.

PH-1

 78

UPSC CMS Cut off 2019 for Final Stage

The final cut off of UPSC CMS will be released for the candidates who qualify the personality test. UPSC CMS Cut off 2019 for final Stage will be prepared by adding the marks of candidates scored in written exam and personality test. The cut off marks of UPSC CMS 2019 will be calculated out of 600 marks. Candidates appearing for UPSC CMS2019 can check their final cut off in January 2020. Also, the previous years UPSC CMS Cut off for the final stage is given below.

UPSC CMS Cut off 2017 - Final Cut off

S.No.

Category

Marks out of 600

1.

General 

339

2.

OBC

308

3.

SC

321

4.

ST

290

5.

PH-1

195

UPSC CMS Cut off 2016 - Final Cut off

S.No.

Category

Marks out of 600

1.

General 

310

2.

OBC

286

3.

SC

266

4.

ST

244

5.

PH-1

154

UPSC CMS Result 2019

The result of UPSC CMS will be released online in two stages - computer-based examination and final selection. UPSC CMS result 2019 will be released in the pdf format. Candidates will be able to check their result by downloading the result pdf. UPSC CMS result 2019 pdf will have the roll numbers of qualified candidates. Shortlisted candidates in the computer-based examination will be eligible to appear for personality test/interview. 

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I hv qualified in the UPSC CMS & got my interview in the next week. If I get selected and they let me hold my seat till PG, Will I get to work in my specialised dept when I cm back from PG or I wl still hv to wrk as General MO? Or path to work as a specialised doc in upsc cms is diffrnt? Plz

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 30th Nov, 2019

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.

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in my birth certificate my fathers name is Ashok Kumar Shukla but in my 10 and 12 marksheet it is Ashok Shukla so will there be any problem during upsc exam

Pankhuri Kumari 25th Nov, 2019

Dear student

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.

All the best

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let about upsc exams please iwant to crack that

Aman Raj Student Expert 18th Nov, 2019

Hello Vignesh

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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