Union Public Service Commission Combined Medical Services Exam
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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There is no particular college for preparation of UPSC as it is an exam conducted in state level to collect merit students who then get ranked jobs in civil services such as IAS, IPS, IAFS, Armed forces, etc.
However, there are various trusted and certified coaching centers in India where you can prepare for this exam. For example:
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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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