UPSC CMS Recruitment 2023: Looking for exciting job opportunities in the government sector? Then you’ll be happy to know that the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has recently released a notification for UPSC CMS Recruitment 2023, inviting applications for 1261 MO, ADMO & GDMO Posts. This is a great chance for eligible candidates who are looking for a stable and fulfilling career in the government sector. In this article, we will provide you with all the essential information you need to know about the UPSC CMS Recruitment 2023, including eligibility criteria, application process, and important dates. Stay tuned to learn more about this exciting opportunity!
UPSC CMS Vacancy 2023 Details
Organisation: Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
Who Can Apply: All India Candidates
Job Location : Across India
|Medical Officers Grade in General Duty Medical Officers Sub-cadre of Central Health Service||584|
|Assistant Division Medical Officer ADMO in Railway||300|
|General Duty Medical Officer GDMO Grade II in NDMS||01|
|General Duty Medical Officer GDMO in Various Delhi Municipal Council||376|
UPSC CMS Recruitment 2023 Salary:
- Rs. 56100 – 177500 PM
- Candidate must have been born between 2nd August, 1993 and 1st August, 2002 (both dates inclusive).
- GEN : Maxm 32 Years on 1st August, 2023
- OBC : Maxm 35 Years
- SC/ST : Maxm 37 Years
- PH : Maxm 42 Years
- Passed / Appearing Medical Degree in MBBS at Any Recognized University in India.
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- Pre- Exam
- Mains Exam
Application Fee :
|GEN/ OBC/ EWS||Rs. 200|
|SC/ ST/ PH & Women||Nil|
Important Dates :
- Opening Date : 18th Apr 2023
- Closing Date : 9th May 2023
How to Prepare for the UPSC CMS Written Exam – Syllabus, Marks, and More
The UPSC CMS (Combined Medical Services) recruitment exam is divided into two parts – a written examination and a personality test. The written exam carries 500 marks, with each paper carrying a maximum of 250 marks and a duration of two hours. The personality test carries 100 marks and is conducted for candidates who qualify for the written examination.
The written examination consists of two papers – Paper I and Paper II. Paper I (Code No. 1) covers General Medicine and Paediatrics, with a total of 120 questions (96 from General Medicine and 24 from Paediatrics). The syllabus for Paper I includes topics such as Cardiology, Respiratory Diseases, Infections/Communicable Diseases, Nutrition/Growth, and more.
Paper II (Code No. 2) covers Surgery, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, and Preventive & Social Medicine. It also consists of 120 questions (40 from each section) and covers topics such as General Surgery, Orthopaedics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and more.
Candidates who qualify for the written examination are called for a personality test, which carries 100 marks. The personality test assesses the candidate’s communication skills, leadership qualities, and other personal attributes.
To prepare for the UPSC CMS written exam, candidates should study the syllabus thoroughly and focus on important topics. Practicing previous year question papers and taking mock tests can also help candidates understand the exam pattern and improve their time management skills. It is also important to stay updated with current affairs and latest developments in the medical field.
Overall, with the right preparation and dedication, candidates can excel in the UPSC CMS recruitment exam and secure a position in the prestigious Combined Medical Services.
Syllabus of Paper-I
(a) General Medicine including the following:
(ii) Respiratory diseases
(viii) Metabolic disorders
(ix) Infections/Communicable Diseases
(xi) Diseases of the skin (Dermatology)
(xii) Musculoskelatal System
(xv) Emergency Medicine
(xvi) Common Poisoning
(xvii) Snake bite
(xviii) Tropical Medicine
(xix) Critical Care Medicine
(xx) Emphasis on medical procedures
(xxi) Patho physiological basis of diseases
(xxii) Vaccines preventable diseases and Non vaccines preventable diseases
(xxiii) Vitamin deficiency diseases
(xxiv) In psychiatry include – Depression, psychosis, anxiety, bipolar diseases
(b) Paediatrics including the following –
(i) Common childhood emergencies,
(ii) Basic new born care,
(iii) Normal developmental milestones
(iv) Accidents and poisonings in children,
(v) Birth defects and counseling including autism,
(vi) Immunization in children,
(vii) Recognizing children with special needs and management, and
(viii) National programmes related to child health.
Paper II Maximum
(Code No. 2) Marks : 250
(b) Gynaecology & Obstetrics
(c) Preventive & Social Medicine
Total questions in Paper II = 120 (40 questions from each part.)
Syllabus of Paper – II
(Surgery including ENT, Ophthalmology, Traumatology and Orthopaedics)
(I) General Surgery
v) Blood vessels
vii) Head and neck
ix) Alimentary tract
x) Liver, Bile, Pancreas
xiii) Abdominal wall
xiv) Abdominal injuries
(II) Urological Surgery
(III) Neuro Surgery
(IV) Otorhinolaryngology E.N.T.
(V) Thoracic surgery
(VI) Orthopedic surgery
(X) Diagnosis and management of common surgical ailments
(XI) Pre-operative and post operative care of surgical patients
(XII) Medicolegal and ethical issues of surgery
(XIII) Wound healing
(XIV) Fluid and electrolyte management in surgery
(XV) Shock patho-physiology and management.
(b) GYNAECOLOGY & OBSTETRICS
i) Ante-natal conditions
ii) Intra-natal conditions
iii) Post-natal conditions
iv) Management of normal labours or complicated labour
i) Questions on applied anatomy
ii) Questions on applied physiology of menstruation and fertilization
iii) Questions on infections in genital tract
iv) Questions on neoplasma in the genital tract
v) Questions on displacement of the uterus
vi)Normal delivery and safe delivery practices
vii) High risk pregnancy and management
ix) Intra Uterine growth retardation
x) Medicolegal examination in obgy and Gynae including Rape.
(III) FAMILY PLANNING
i) Conventional contraceptives
ii) U.D. and oral pills
iii) Operative procedure, sterilization and organization of programmes in
the urban and rural surroundings
iv) Medical Termination of Pregnancy
(c) PREVENTIVE SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY MEDICINE
I Social and Community Medicine
II Concept of Health, Disease and Preventive Medicine
III Health Administration and Planning
IV General Epidemiology
V Demography and Health Statistics
VI Communicable Diseases
VII Environmental Health
VIII Nutrition and Health
IX Non-communicable diseases
X Occupational Health
XI Genetics and Health
XII International Health
XIII Medical Sociology and Health Education
XIV Maternal and Child Health
XV National Programmes
XVI Management of common health problems
XVII Ability to monitor national health programmes
XVIII Knowledge of maternal and child wellness
XIX Ability to recognize, investigate, report, plan and manage
community health problems including malnutrition and emergencies.
UPSC IES Exam Centres 2023: List of Cities and Codes
The UPSC IES Exam Centres 2023 are spread across 41 cities in India. The exam will be conducted in two stages – written examination and personality test. The written examination will be conducted in two papers, each carrying a maximum of 250 marks. The personality test will be conducted for candidates who qualify the written examination. Here is the list of exam centres along with their codes:
- Agartala (Code: 1)
- Ahmedabad (Code: 2)
- Aizwal (Code: 3)
- Bareilly (Code: 4)
- Bengaluru (Code: 5)
- Bhopal (Code: 6)
- Chandigarh (Code: 7)
- Chennai (Code: 8)
- Cuttack (Code: 9)
- Dehradun (Code: 10)
- Delhi (Code: 11)
- Dharwad (Code: 12)
- Dispur (Code: 13)
- Gangtok (Code: 14)
- Hyderabad (Code: 15)
- Imphal (Code: 16)
- Itanagar (Code: 17)
- Jaipur (Code: 18)
- Jammu (Code: 19)
- Jorhat (Code: 20)
- Kochi (Code: 21)
- Kohima (Code: 22)
- Kolkata (Code: 23)
- Lucknow (Code: 24)
- Madurai (Code: 25)
- Mumbai (Code: 26)
- Nagpur (Code: 27)
- Panaji (Goa) (Code: 28)
- Patna (Code: 29)
- Port Blair (Code: 30)
- Prayagraj (Code: 31)
- Raipur (Code: 32)
- Ranchi (Code: 33)
- Sambalpur (Code: 34)
- Shillong (Code: 35)
- Shimla (Code: 36)
- Srinagar (Code: 37)
- Thiruvanathapuram (Code: 38)
- Tirupati (Code: 39)
- Udaipur (Code: 40)
- Vishakhapatnam (Code: 41)
Candidates can choose their preferred exam centre while filling the UPSC IES application form 2023.
How to Apply For UPSC CMS Recruitment 2023
If you are interested in applying for UPSC CMS Recruitment 2023, here are the steps to follow:
- Visit the official UPSC website – https://www.upsc.gov.in/
- Look for the “What’s New” section on the homepage and click on the link for the CMS Recruitment 2023 notification.
- Read the notification carefully and make sure you meet the eligibility criteria.
- Click on the “Apply Online” link and fill in the application form with all the required details.
- Upload scanned copCMS of your photograph and signature as per the specifications mentioned in the notification.
- Pay the application fee online through the payment gateway provided on the website.
- Submit the application form and take a printout of the confirmation page for future reference.
Note that the application fee and mode of payment may vary based on your category and other factors. Make sure to check the notification for complete details on the application process.
Also, keep in mind that the application process may involve multiple stages, including a written exam, interview, and document verification. Make sure you are well-prepared for each stage of the selection process. Good luck!
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The UPSC CMS Recruitment 2023 provides an excellent opportunity for all eligible candidates to secure a government job, Don’t hesitate to apply and take advantage of this exciting opportunity and take the first step towards a promising career.
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