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Sarkari Jobs in India: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has invited applications for the Joint Medical Services Examination 2020. Interested applicants can submit an online application form until 6 pm on August 18, 2020.

Government jobs in india: bumper jobs in UPSC | latest govt jobs
Government jobs in india: bumper jobs in UPSC | latest govt jobs

Government jobs in India: bumper jobs in UPSC | latest govt jobs

Applicants must apply for online government jobs. Submission of application by any other means will not be accepted. To take the online exam, applicants must meet all the required qualifications. Eligible applicants will be issued an e-admit card 3 weeks before the commencement of the examination. This admission card will be available on the UPSC website. The post will not send an admit card. There will be 2 objective papers in this written examination for Combined Medical Service. Both papers will be taken in computer-based mode. Explain that applicants will not be allowed to carry mobile phones, Bluetooth, or other communication devices in the examination centers. So do not take it all with you.

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For admission, it is essential that the applicants have passed the written and practical marks of the last MBBS exam. Applicants must not be 32 years of age or older by August 1, 2020. SC and ST category applicants have been given a relaxation of the age limit of 5 years. OBC category applicants have been given 3 years concession in this age limit.

How to apply

 

Applicants can apply online by visiting the UPSC website https://upsconline.nic.in/. Applicants will also have to pay a fee of Rs. 200. Applicants will also need to upload their photos and scanned signatures.

 

How many sarkari naukri vacancies are there?

 

300 in Assistant Divisional Medical Officers of Railways in Category 2, 300 out of Assistant Divisional Medical Officers in Railways in Category 2, 66 of Assistant Medical Officers in Indian Ordnance Factories Health Service, 4 of General Duty Medical Officers in New Junior Scale. There are 182 vacancies. East Delhi Municipal Corporation, Delhi Municipal Council in North Delhi, and two General Duty Medical Officers. Contains 7 posts of Municipal Corporation and South Delhi Municipal Corporation.

 

What will be the test pattern?

 

  The UPSC Joint Medical Services Examination will be conducted in two parts. Part 1 will be a computer-based test with 500 marks. At the same time, the second part will test the personality of 100 marks. The first paper of the computer-based examination will be of 250 marks in which we will ask 96 questions of General Medicine and 24 questions of Pediatrics. The second paper will also be of 250 marks in which 40 questions of surgery, 40 questions of gynecology and 40 questions of prevention of gynecology and social medicine will also be asked. Both Part 1 papers will be 2-2 hours long. Applicants who pass the computer based test will be called for an interview/personality test. Selection will be based on computer-based test and interview.