The official website mentions that the notification for the Combined Medical Services exams 2021 will be released on May 5th. The commission has also revealed the important dates for the application form along with eligibility and the various vacancies available. Read on to know more details about the same below.
Important Dates for UPSC Combine Medical Services
- UPSC CMS notification will release on May 5th, 2021
- The application process to commence on May 5th, 2021
- Last date for application submission: May 25th, 2021
- Exam date: August 29th, 2021 (Sunday)
How to fill the UPSC CMS form?
- Candidates who wish to appear for the CMS exam conducted by UPSC, can do so by applying for the exam online.
- For the above step, candidates must visit UPSC.Gov.in
- They can then click on the “Apply Online” option once the application for Combined Medical Services is out.
- Next, aspirants can click on the option, “Online Application for various examinations”.
- Next, click on the registration link and fill in credentials.
- Then aspirants can pay the application form fees and submit the form.
Note: The above mentioned steps are a generic way to apply for most of the examinations held by UPSC. The application form for UPSC CMS 2021 is not out at the time of writing.
Last year, a total of 559 vacancies were notified by the UPSC. The year before that, 2019, a total of 962 vacancies were announced. This year, the vacancies that have been posted by the USPC are listed below:
Junior Scale Posts in Central Health Service
- Assistant Divisional Medical Officer in the Railways
- Assistant Medical Officer in Indian Ordnance Factories Health Service
- General Duty Medical Officer in New Delhi Municipal Council
- General duty Medical Officer Gr-II in East Delhi Municipal Corporation
- North Delhi Municipal Corporation and South Delhi Municipal Corporation.
- A candidate should have completed MBBS
- A candidate must be below the age of 32
Pattern of exam
The CMS exam will be computer based. The candidate will also have to give a personality test. The computer-based exam will have two papers and each paper carries 250 marks.
The personality test will be of 100 marks. UPSC allows candidates to withdraw their application after they have submitted it. This option is available for candidates who do not wish to appear for the exam.