UPSC CMS Final Result 2015 Declared Check Appointment Letter

UPSC CMS Final Result 2015 Declared Now – UPSC Combined Medical Services Interview Result 2015 – Check Merit List & Download Appointment Offer Letter

UPSC CMS Final Result 2015 Declared on upsc.gov.in

Latest News: Union Public Service Commission has declared combined medical services (CMS) final result on 12th December 2015 on upsc.gov.in in which 1202 candidates have qualified and finally selected for appointment on various medical posts under centre government of India among the huge numbers of candidates applied and qualified in written test & interview held in September to November 2015 on predefined date, time and venue mentioned in interview letter. The merit list of final result is available in PDF with marks scored in written test and interview mentioned in it.
Those candidates who are waiting for their final result / merit list of UPSC CMS Exam 2015; they can download their interview result, final merit list from direct link given below.
UPSC Combined Medical Services 2015 Appointment / Joining Letter
Every year, UPSC organizes Indian Civil Services, Indian Forest Services, Combined Medical Services or other national level competitive exams to recruit the most eligible and qualified candidates across the country by evaluating performance in written exam as well as interview of candidates successfully applied for these posts. This year UPSC invited online applied for vacancies available for CMS and huge crowd of candidates have applied and appeared in written exam and interview and now waiting for their final result/ merit list to get appointment / joining on these various posts. The final result has following category candidates recommended for appointment/Joining.
For General: 534
For OBC: 384
For SC: 186
For ST: 98
Total: 1202
UPSC CMS Interview Result 2015 Check Scorecard
Name of Organization; Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
Name of Post: Combined Medical Services (CMS) – Assistant Divisional Medical Officer in Railway, Assistant Medical Officer in Indian Ordinance Factories Health Services, Junior Scale Posts in Central Health Services, GD Medical Officer Gr. II in East, North, South MCD.
No. of Vacancies: 1402
Selection Process: Written test & Interview
Written Test date: 28th June 2015
Mode: Online / Computer based
No. of Questions: 120
Max. Marks: 500
Result date: 15th August 2015
DAF Available Online: From18th to 27th August 2015
Last date to submit DAF: 31st August 2015
Interview date: 21st September to November 2015
No. of candidates finally selected: 1202
Next process: Appointment & Joining
Appointment Offer Letter: This letter will be sent to the correspondence address of the selected candidates by registered post.
Joining Date: This date will be mentioned in the appointment offer letter sent to the candidates.
Official Website: www.upsc.gov.in
UPSC CMS 2015 – Check Result Cut Off / Merit List
UPSC had conducted written exam by online mode (computers based test) on 28th June 2015 for 500 marks in which two papers i.e. Paper 1 & Paper 2 were held on various centres and result was announced on 15th August 2015 on upsc.gov.in. The scorecard / marks obtained by the candidates were displayed and those candidates who were qualified & scorecard minimum cut off marks; they were called for personal interview which was to be started from 21st September 2015. UPSC CMS Merit list prepared in various categories based on the following minimum cut off marks out of 500 marks (max.).
For General: 265
For OBC: 232
For SC: 203
For ST: 151
How to download UPSC CMS Final Result 2015
The result is published in PDF in which roll number wise list of finally selected candidates along with full name of the candidates are given by the UPSC. Click on the direct link given above and download the final result PDF file. Open the final result in adobe reader and search your roll number and name in the final selection list for appointment.
Status of USPC CMS Final Result 2015: Available Now                                                                                                

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