UPSC released medical examination schedule for IAS exam 2019. Read here details

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Rachit Kumar Saxena
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Updated on Jul 9, 2020 15:07 IST

UPSC released the medical examination schedule for IAS exam 2019. Read below for details.

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Union Public Service Commission has released the Medical examination schedule for the candidates appeared in the IAS interview 2019. The UPSC IAS interview schedule was released recently for the remaining candidates. The IAS interviews 2019 were postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic across the nation. This year the IAS 2020 prelims exam is scheduled to be conducted on October 4.

The candidates who appear in the IAS interview need to undergo the medical examination after the interview as a last part of the IAS selection process. A medical examination is conducted by Central Standing Medical Board (CSMB), appointed at the designated hospitals, which will examine the mental and physical status of the candidate based on which the service will be allocated. The name of the hospital will be intimated to the candidates on the day of the UPSC interview.

The candidates need to qualify in this medical examination. The result of this medical examination is released on the dedicated website for the Civil Services Exam - https://cseplus.nic.in/. The candidates can check their medical report and the comments given by the aforesaid board. The candidates can make a plea for against this result if they are unsatisfied with the medical examination result.

See here: IAS cut off

The candidates declared unfit can reappear for the medical examination. The maximum period of the medical re-examination can be six months. The medical examination is the last stage of the IAS exam process and qualifying in the medical examination is mandatory for the candidates. The service allocation is done after considering the medical report of the candidates submitted to UPSC and forwarded to the Ministry of Personnel.

See here: Official UPSC notice

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