UPSC conducts the Combined Medical Services Examination (CMSE) every year to recruit medical graduates into various Central Government Organizations and Services. The Combined Medical Services Examination (CMSE) is conducted in accordance with the rules published by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare in the Gazette of India.
Every year, the UPSC conducts the Combined Medical Services Examination (CMSE) to shortlist the candidates for medical officer posts. On average, more that three lakh candidates register for the examination. The selection of the candidates will be made through an online written examination, which consists of two papers. Each paper will be of two hours duration carrying a maximum of 250 marks.
|Exam||Combined Medical Services Examination (CMSE)|
|Conducted by||Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)|
|Frequency||Once in a year|
|Upper age limit||32 years|
|Exam mode||Computer-based (Online)|
|Number of papers||2|
|Duration of exam||1 day|
|Admit card availability||3 weeks before exam|
|No of test centres||41|
|Withdrawal of application||Yes|
|Application fee||Rs 200|
The UPSC conducts Combined Medical Services Examination (CMSE) for recruitment of the following posts
The UPSC has released the important dates of CMSE 2021. According to the UPSC calendar, the CMSE will take place on August 29, 2021.
|CMSE Notification||July 07, 2021|
|Application Starts from||July 07, 2021|
|Last Date to Apply||July 27, 2021|
|CMSE admit card||October 2021|
|CMSE exam date||November 21, 2021|
|CMSE result||December 2021|
|CMSE Interview||December 2021|
|CMSE Final Result||January 2022|
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the Combined Medical Services Examination (CMSE) 2021 notification. The notification was released for a total of 838 vacancies that include PwBD categories.
|Junior Scale Posts in Central Health Services||14||349|
|Assistant Divisional Medical Officer in the Railways||12||300|
|General Duty Medical Officer in New Delhi Municipal Council||05|
|General Duty Medical Officer Gr.-II in East, North and South Delhi Municipal Corporation||13||184|
The UPSC has released the Combined Medical Service Examination 2021 notification for a total of 838 vacancies. The UPSC Combined Medical Service notification is an important document for candidates to get familiar with the exam. It consists of all important details such as the number of vacancies, the application process, important dates, exam pattern, selection process, etc. Aspirants can download the UPSC Combined Medical Services notification pdf only at the official portal.
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will be closing the application window of CMS 2021 today July 27. One can apply through the official portal - www.upsc.gov.in.
The Commission has released the UPSC CMS notification 2021 for a total of 838 vacancies. The written exam will be held on November 21, 2021.27 July 2021
The UPSC has released the Combined Medical Services Examination (CMSE) 2021 notification. The UPSC CMS 2021 notice was released for a total of 838 vacancies.
Interested candidates who satisfy the eligibility conditions can apply online till July 27, 2021. The exam fee is Rs 200. The Commission will conduct the written exam on November 21, 2021.7 July 2021
The UPSC has postponed the recruitment notification of Combined Medical Services Exam 2021 scheduled to be released on May 5. However, the Commission has not yet announced any changes in the exam date and other details.
The official website reads, "The Combined Medical Services Examination, 2021 scheduled to be notified on 05-05-2021, stands deferred till further notice."4 May 2021
The UPSC is likely to release the Combined Medical Services 2021 exam notification on May 5. Candidates who are aspiring for the exam can apply online between May 5 and 25, 2021
The Commission will conduct the written exam on August 29. The notification will be released for filling vacancies in various posts in health departments.28 April 2021
The UPSC has released the reserve list of the Combined Medical Services Exam 2019. The Commission has shortlisted a total of 97 candidates.
The official notice reads, "As now sought by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, the Commission hereby recommends 97 candidates, which includes 31 General, 54 Other Backward Classes, 06 Scheduled Caste, 01 Scheduled Tribes and 05 Economically Weaker Sections, to fill up the remaining posts based on Combined Medical Services Examination, 2019."
Earlier, the result of CMSE was released on December 27, 2019. A total of 798 candidates were recommended for appointment, then.16 March 2021