UPSC CMS 2019 Exam Pattern, Syllabus, Selection Process

UPSC CMS Syllabus 2019 : The pattern of the online test for the Union Public Service Commission Combined Medical Service Examination includes two papers. The computer-based test will be conducted for 500 marks and the personality test will be conducted for 100 marks. The syllabus for the test will be set by the Union Public Service Commission in MBBS standard. The date of the exam as known from the calendar for the year 2019 published by the UPSC will be 21st of July 2019. To prepare for this test, candidates can find useful tips for preparation from different dependable sources online. Even, they can take up coaching from popular institutions.

UPSC CMS Exam Pattern 2019

  • Brief Structure

The scheme of the examination for the Combined Medical Service Recruitment encompasses two parts. The first part is a computer-based examination, which will be conducted for 500 marks, while the second part is the Personality Test, which will be conducted for 100 marks. The first part will have two papers with 250 marks for each paper. The code number given for paper 1 in the computer-based test is 1 and for paper II, the code number is 2. The computer-based test for each paper will be conducted for two hours. For both papers, the question papers will be in MCQ Format. One-third mark given for that specific question will be deducted if a candidate gives the wrong answer for any question.

UPSC CMS Exam Pattern
UPSC CMS Exam Pattern
  • Detailed View

To help candidates understand, here is the detailed structure of the test:

  1. Part – I [Computer-Based Test – 500 Marks]

  • Paper I – General Medicine and Paediatrics – 250 Marks (120 Questions)
  • General Medicine – 96 Questions
  • Paediatrics – 24 Questions

2. Paper II – Surgery, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, Preventive & Social Medicine – 250 Marks (120 Questions)

The Part II will be a personality test, which will be conducted for 100 marks in total. This test is only for candidates getting through the computer-based test. Each question will have four options. A deduction of a 1/3rd mark will be applicable for every wrong answer given. If a test-taker has given more than one answer for a question, it will be considered wrong and negative marking will be applicable to that question. If no answer is given to a question, there will not be any penalty. Candidates are not allowed to use a calculator in the test centre.

UPSC CMS Syllabus 2019

Paper – I

UPSC CMS Syllabus
UPSC CMS Syllabus

General Medicine

  • Vitamin Deficiency Diseases
  • Vaccines preventable diseases and non-vaccines preventable diseases
  • Pathophysiological basis of diseases
  • Emphasis on medical procedures
  • Critical Care Medicine
  • Tropical Medicine
  • Snake Bite
  • Common Poisoning
  • Emergency Medicine
  • General
  • Psychiatry
  • Musculoskeletal System
  • Disease of the skin
  • Infections/communicable disease
  • Metabolic disorders
  • Endocrinology
  • Haematology
  • Neurology
  • Genito-Urology
  • Gastrointestinal
  • Respiratory Diseases
  • Cardiology

Paediatrics

  • National Programmes-related to Child Health
  • Recognizing Children with special needs and management
  • Immunization in Children
  • Birth Defects and Counseling Including Autism
  • Accidents and Poisoning in Children
  • Normal Developmental Milestones
  • Basic New Born Card
  • Common Childhood Emergencies

Paper II

General Surgery

  • Shock pathophysiology and management
  • Fluid and electrolyte management in surgery
  • Wound healing
  • Medicolegal and ethical issues of surgery
  • Pre-operative and post-operative care of surgical patients
  • Diagnosis and management of common surgical ailments
  • Traumatology
  • Anesthesiology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Orthopedic surgery
  • Thoracic surgery
  • Otorhinolaryngology E.N.T.
  • Neuro Surgery
  • Urological Surgery
  • General Surgery

Gynaecology & Obstetrics

Obstetrics

  • Management of normal labours or complicated labour
  • Post-Natal Conditions
  • Intra-Natal Conditions
  • Ante-Natal Conditions

Gynaecology

  • Medicolegal examination in obgy and Gynae including Rape
  • Intra-Uterine growth retardation
  • Abortions
  • High-risk pregnancy and management
  • Normal delivery and safe delivery practices
  • Displacement of the uterus
  • Neoplasma in the genital tract
  • Infections in the genital tract
  • Applied physiology of menstruation and fertilization
  • Applied anatomy

Family Planning

  • Medical Termination of Pregnancy
  • Operative Procedure
  • UD and Oral Pills
  • Conventional Contraceptives

Preventive Social and Community Medicine

  • National Programmes
  • Maternal and Child Health
  • Medical Sociology and Health Education
  • International Health
  • Genetics and Health
  • Occupational Health
  • Non-Communicable Diseases
  • Nutrition and Health
  • Environmental Health
  • Communicable Diseases
  • Demography and Health Statistics
  • General Epidemiology
  • Health Administration and Planning
  • Concept of Health, disease and Preventive medicine
  • Social and Community Medicine

UPSC CMS Exam Date 2019

Based on the calendar of events published by the Union Public Service Commission for the year 2019, the test date will be the 21st of July.

Selection Process

The computer-based test is the first step in the selection process. Candidates shortlisted through this test will have to get through the Personality Test or interview, which will be conducted for 100 marks by the UPSC. The purpose of this test is to serve as the supplement for the computer-based test to know the general knowledge and ability of the candidates in the fields of their educational study. Also, it will assess the mental alertness, balance of judgement, critical assimilation powers, intellectual curiosity, the capability of leadership, initiative, the integrity of character and ability for social cohesion of the candidates.

Important Dates After Submission Of Application

Candidates should be aware of the important dates after they submit the application for UPSC CMS. Here are some tentative and actual dates for them to remember

DescriptionDates
Date of Issue of e-Admit Card for UPSC CMSThree Weeks Before The Date of Test
Date of Test21st of July 2019
Test Result DateOne Month After The test
DAF For shortlisted candidates15 Days After The Result Date
Release of Interview ScheduleEnd of October 2019
Interview DatesLast Week of November to First Week of January 2020 on the basis of the number of shortlisted candidates
Announcement of Final ResultsMiddle of January 2020

The Commission will update the exact dates on the official website. So, candidates, who have applied should check the website for regular updates.

About UPSC CMS Exam

Candidates applying for the Union Public Service Commission Examination should make sure that they fulfil all the eligibility conditions before they apply. The release of admit cards will not ensure their candidature and even their shortlisting in the computer-based test will not ensure it. Their candidature will be confirmed only after document verification at the time of interview or personality test. If it is found that the candidate is not eligible, his/her candidature will be immediately cancelled even if he/she was shortlisted from computer-based test and personality test/interview.

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