UPSC Combined Medical Services Exam 2021 POSTPONED
New Delhi: Through a recent notification, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has informed about the postponement of the Combined Medical Services Examination, 2021.
The commission had to release the notification of the exam on May 5, however, it has now announced the deferment.
"The Combined Medical Services Examination, 2021 scheduled to be notified on 05-05-2021, stands deferred till further notice," read the notification.
As per the UPSC calendar, the last date to apply for UPSC CMS was May 25. The UPSC CMS exam is scheduled to be held on August 29. The revised schedule will be notified on the official website in the due course of time.
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 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.
The Combined Medical Services exam is conducted by the UPSC for MBBS students to fill vacancies in the 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 grade-II in East Delhi Municipal Corporation, and North Delhi Municipal Corporation and South Delhi Municipal Corporation.
Candidates aspiring to apply for the UPSC CMS exam are advised to visit the official website for the latest updates.
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