CMS Exam 2018: Admit Card
Candidates can download their Admit Card from the official website of the UPSC. To download the admit card, candidates should enter their Name and Registration Number. The admit card contains the candidate’s Name, Roll Number, and details about the examination centre. It is mandatory to carry the admit card to the examination centres. Without admit card, no candidates will be allowed to appear in the entrance exam.
CMS Exam 2018: Result
The result will be declared after two months of the examination. The UPSC will release the answer key before the declaration of the result. Candidates can cross check their answers.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q. When will the CMSE 2018 exam be conducted?
The Combined Medical Services Examination 2018 is expected to b held on 22nd July 2018.
Q. Which organisation conducts this exam?
The UPSC conducts the CMSE every year.
Q. How to apply?
Candidates can apply through the official website of the UPSC.
Q. What are the eligibility criteria for the exam?
The applicant should have done MBBS with internship from any recognised medical colleges of India.
Q. What is the examination fee?
The General and OBC candidates should pay ₹ 200. The female, SC and ST candidates are exempted from paying any application fee.
Q. What is the examination pattern of the exam?
It has 2 stages – Computer based test and Interview. The CBT carries two question papers on different MBBS subjects.
Q. Is there any scheme of negative marking in the exam?
Yes, there is a scheme of negative marking. For every incorrect answer, 1/ 3rd marks are deducted.
Q. What is the nature of questions?
It has objective type questions.
Q. How many stages are there in the exam?
There are two stages of the exam – Computer based test and Interview.
Q. What is the mark for an interview?
The interview carries 100 marks.