Union Public Service Commission had invited applications for the Combined Medical Services Examination 2017 to fill various positions such as Assistant Divisional Medical Officer in the Railways, Assistant Medical Officer in Indian Ordinance Factories Health Services, Junior Scale Posts in Central Health Services, General Duty Medical Officer in New Delhi Municipal Council, General Duty Medical Gr.-II in East Delhi Municipal Corporation, North Delhi Municipal Corporation and South Delhi Municipal Corporation. The applications were to be filled by the applicants latest by 19 May 2017. The exam was conducted on 13 August 2017.
UPSC Combined Medical Services (CMS) 2017 Admit Card
The eligible candidates had been issued an e-Admit Card three weeks before the commencement UPSC CMS 2017 written examination. The UPSC CMS 2017 e-Admit Card was available on the UPSC website at upsc.gov.in for downloading by candidates. Candidates were not sent the admit card by means of post.
|UPSC CMS 2017 admit card issue date for written exam||24 Jul 2017|
|UPSC CMS 2017 exam date||13 Aug 2017|
|UPSC CMS 2017 Result||06 Sep 2017|
|UPSC CMS 2017 Admit card for Personality test||05 Oct 2017|
UPSC CMS 2017 Admit Card for interview
The candidates who had applied can get UPSC CMS Admit Card 2017 from the online portal at upsc.onlne.gov.in for downloading. The candidates need registration ID / roll number to download their UPSC CMS Admit Card from 5th October 2017
- Click here to download the schedule for CMSE 2017 interview round
- Click here to download the e-Summon Letter for Personality Test – NEW
Please note that mere issuance of UPSC CMS 2017 Admit Card does not imply that your candidature has been accepted by the Commission. The candidates are subject to Verification of eligibility conditions with reference to original documents. The applicants are then called for Interview/Personality Test.
How To Download UPSC CMS Admit Card 2017
- Visit the official website at upsc.online.gov.in
- Enter either registration ID or roll number
- Print your UPSC CMS 2017 Admit Card
UPSC CMS 2017 Centres of Examination
Note: The centres and the dates of holding the examination are liable to be changed at the discretion of the Commission. Allotment of Centres is on the first-apply-first-allot basis. The same is frozen once the capacity of a particular centre is attained.
Instrucstions for examination
- The candidate must note that his/her admission to the Examination is strictly “Provisional”.
- The mere fact that an e-Admit Card has been issued to him/her does not imply that the candidature has been finally cleared by the Commission or that the entries made by the candidate in his/her application for the Examination have been accepted by the Commission as true and correct.
- The candidate must note that the Commission takes up the verification of eligibility conditions i.e. age, educational qualifications, community etc. with reference to original documents only of those candidates who qualify the written examination. The candidate must also note that if subsequent to the issue of e-Admit Card, ineligibility is detected at any stage before or after the Examination or if the conditions prescribed in the Rules and Instructions given in the advertisement or any other additional information/documents called for at any stage, are not complied within the time specified therein, the candidature would be rejected.
- Travelling and other expenses must be borne by the candidate himself/ herself. The Commission does not make arrangements for boarding and lodging of any candidate.
- Written part of the Computer based CMSE 2017 is in two Papers, each Paper carrying a maximum of 250 marks.
- Each Paper is of two hours duration.
- Both the question papers I and II contain 120 items (questions) each and each item is in English only.
- Computer based CMSE 2017 in both the papers is completely of objective (Multiple choice answer) type.
- There were four alternatives for the answers to every question.
- A candidate has to select only one of the four alternatives as his/her correct answer. The system does not allow selection of more than one alternative as correct answer.
- For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate, one third (0.33) of the marks assigned to that question is deducted as penalty.
- If it is left blank i.e. no answer is given by the candidate, there is no penalty for that question.
- Password is announced at 9:50 AM for Forenoon Session and at 2:50 PM for Afternoon Session. Candidates can open the secure browser and read instructions from 9:50 AM to 10:00 AM for Forenoon Session and from 2.50 PM to 3.00 PM for Afternoon Session. However, candidates are not allowed to start their Examination before 10.00 AM for Forenoon Session and 03.00 PM for Afternoon Session.
- Candidates are not permitted to use calculators for answering objective type papers. They should, therefore not bring the same inside the Examination Hall.
- Rough worksheets is provided to the candidates on demand.
- In the event of the Examination being disrupted, the candidate should immediately inform the invigilator. The invigilator can help the candidate to re-login to the Examination. This starts the Examination from where it had stopped.
- Numbered list of all questions appear at the right side of the screen.
- Keep a close watch on “Time Left” while appearing for the Examination.
- Question once attempted, would be final. However, responses can be changed at any time during the examination before final submission including unattempting the question using ‘Clear Response’ button.
- Candidates are automatically stopped from answering questions when the time of Examination is over and the Examination get auto-submit.
- Candidates should not carry any books, paper, mobile phone or any other electronic items to the examination venue. UPSC will not be responsible for the safekeeping of such item(s).
- Impersonation (to assume the identity of another with intent to deceive) is forbidden.
- Candidates must not, on any pretext whatsoever speak to or have any communication with any other candidates. Such communication is regarded as a breach of the Examination Rules.
- Candidate in the Examination venue, who is found to have unauthorized materials in his/her possession, would be deemed to have indulged in breach of the Examination Rules.
- Any breach of Examination Rules shall be considered to constitute unfair practice. In case any candidate is found to be indulging in unfair practice, he would be liable to be debarred from this and future Tests/Exams of UPSC and/or disciplinary action.
- At the conclusion of the Examination, candidates must remain seated quietly and must not communicate with one another till the Examination is over.
- The candidate must abide by the instructions and such further instructions as may be given by Supervisor/Invigilator of the Examination. If the candidate fails to do so or indulges in disorderly or improper conduct, he/she would render himself/herself liable to expulsion from the Examination and/or such other punishment as the Commission may deem fit to impose.
- The candidate would furnish correct information as may be required from him/her in the Examination Lab by the Invigilator/Assistant Supervisor/Supervisor/other persons so authorized.