UPSC CMS Application Form 2020: The application withdrawal process for UPSC CMS 2020 is over. Moreover, Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the list of applicants rejected due to non-payment of application fee of CMSE 2020. The form withdrawal for UPSC CMS was conducted from August 25, 2020, to August 31, 2020. The eligibility condition was that candidates must have passed MBBS examination to apply for UPSC CMS exam 2020. Rejected candidates can apply with proof of fee payment within 10 days. For more details about the UPSC CMS application form 2020 here in this article
Latest: The UPSC CMS Application Form Withdrawal Process is over.
UPSC CMS Application Form 2020
According to an official notification, candidates can also withdraw the UPSC CMS application form after finally submitting it. Be on time with the schedule table provided below:
|CMS UPSC 2020||Important Dates|
|Starting date of application form|
|Ending date of application form|
18 Aug 2020
|Form withdrawal dates||25 Aug 2020 to 31 Aug 2020|
Fictitious Fee: Click here to check the list of candidates rejected due to non-payment of fees
Application Process (Over Now): Click here to apply for UPSC CMS Application Form 2020.
UPSC has released the list of candidates rejected due to the non payment of fees. Check the notice below.
UPSC CMS Application Form Fee 2020
The following is the fees structure prescribed by the commission:
- Female/SC/ST/PwBD candidates are exempted from paying the fees.
- Others are required to pay a sum of Rs. 200 only.
Mode of payment: The payment can be done by both online and offline mode of payment. Online payment to be done through Credit/debit or internet banking of SBI. And offline i.e through cash has to be deposited in any branch of SBI.
UPSC CMS Application Form Documents Required 2020
Applicants are advised to arrange these documents before starting to fill up the application form.
- Scanned copy of the identity proof
- Photograph of the candidate
- Scanned signature of the candidate
- Category certificate
UPSC CMS Application Form Images specifications 2020
Check the specification of the image needed to be uploaded in the form.
How to Fill UPSC CMS 2020 Application Form?
UPSC conducts the applications prcedure for CMs examination through online procedure only. In order to fill the UPSC CMS application form smoothly, check the steps below:
1st step: Click on the direct link provided on this page or visit the official website.
2nd step: After that click on the part 1 registration to start the application process.
3rd step: Soon after that important instruction form gets open. Read them and click on yes button.
4th step: Just after this a registration page gets generated. Fill in the details carefully and correctly.
5th step: Click on continue button and a new window gets open. It asks the candidates about claiming of reservation or not.
6th step: If yes then candidates need to fill in the following details.
- Photo identity number
- Photo identity type
- Select branch of engineering
- Select the center for the main examination
7th step: Therefore, the preview page gets generated containing all the information entered so far. Check the information and if any changes are there do it.
After clicking on “I agree” button, a print receipt gets reflected on the screen and a link for Part 2 registration. Click on the link to proceed the application form.
Part 2 Registration
Part 2 of the registration contains 4 steps :
- Selection of the exam center
- Documents uploadation
The candidates soon after part 1 of the registration has to choose the exam center. Only 1 exam city they choose from the given option. There is no provision for the change in the exam center after selecting it once.
The candidates need to upload the scanned images of their photograph, signature, and one identity proof. The identity proof can be driving license, aadhar card, voter id card, passport.
For payment purpose, the applicants have 2 options. One can do in online mode and offline mode both. For offline mode, they have to print the pay-in-slip available at the payment option. That slip has to be submitted along with the cash at any branch of SBI. Candidates must ensure they pay the fees if doing offline one day before the end date of the application form.
After all this thing and procedure, the last step and final step to finally submit the application form is to sign the declaration. This declaration is written by the commission itself.
Details to be Entered in UPSC CMS Application Form 2020
Candidates have to provide the following details while filling the application form of UPSC CMS 2020.
- Date of Birth
- Father’s name
- Mother’s name
- Marital status
- Person with disability
- Do you belong to minority
- Fee Remittance
- education qualification
- Line address
- Phone number
- Mobile number
- Email id
- Alternative email id
Withdrawal of UPSC CMS Application Form 2020
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) provides the facility to applicants to withdraw the application form. Now, they can take back their application form if they don’t want to appear in the examination. Check the procedure below:
- Visit the official website and click on the link for withdrawing of the application form.
- Read the instructions carefully and provide the registration id of the application form submitted.
- Keep the registered mobile number. It will get the OTP for accessing the request.
- After the final acceptance of the request, take the print out of the authenticated receipt.
- After successful submission, an auto-generated email and SMS is sent to the registered email id and mobile number.
UPSC CMS Eligibility Criteria 2020
Eligibility criteria for applying for the UPSC CMS 2020 is given below.
- A citizen of India, or
- A subject of Nepal, or
- Subject of Bhutan, or
- A Tibetan refugee who came over to India before the 1st January, 1962
- A person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka or East African Countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire and Ethiopia or from Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India.
- Candidates must not have attained the age of 32 years and should not be born earlier than August 02, 1987.
- Candidates must pass the written and practical of final M.B.B.S examination.
What Happens After UPSC CMS Application Form 2020?
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) releases the e-admit card on its website. The CMS admit card published can be accessed from upsc.gov.in. It gets released in accordance to the date announced in the notification. Candidates must note that no e-admit card is sent through post to them. It contains the relevant details about the exam centre and exam. So, it must be kept in a good position. Enter the roll number or registration id to download the admit card.
About UPSC CMS
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts the examination for Combined Medical Services (CMS). To apply for the post of CMS, candidates must have passed the written and practical of final examination of MBBS. The upper age limit for this post is 32 years. The examination is conducted in online mode (computer based test) in English language only. After written examination, candidates are selected based on their performance in the examination and called for personality test.
UPSC CMS 2020 Registration Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : You will not have to submit the application fee as the SC candidates are exempt from paying the application fee. Although, the application fee for all the unreserved categories is Rs. 200.
Ans : Yes, you can also pay the application fee offline through depositing cash in any branch of SBI bank.
Ans : You will need a scanned file of passport size photo, signature and photo ID proof to fill the application form.
Ans : No, the photo ID proof needs to be uploaded in PDF format. While the photo and signature must be scanned in the JPG format only.
Ans : The withdrawal of application form simply means cancellation of application form. If a candidate who has already filled the application form does not want to appear in the exam anymore, he can withdraw his application form.
Ans : No, the candidates must be of age less than 32 years to fill the UPSC CMS Application form.