Syllabus of combined medical service exam

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Combined medical service exam (CMS) is conducted by UPSC. This exam is held to recruit medical officers in so many organizations like defense, Municipal Corporation, India Railways, Indian ordnance factories and much more means the organizations that work or function under government of our country, India. This is generally conducted in the month of June. The eligibility is MBBS and age limit is 32 for appear in this exam. Those students who don’t want to pursue PG, they can choose this option. The salary scale is generally 40 to 90 K.  There are so many students who want to serve their country and choose this option. If you are going to take this exam, then you should be well aware of the pattern of exam, syllabus and much more.

 

This exam is mainly conducted in two parts include written exam and personality test. The weightage of the written exam is 500 marks and candidate can take it in 2 papers (each 250 marks). Duration of each paper is 2 hours.

Combined medical service exam

Part 1: (500 Marks)

·         Paper 1 (Code No 1): (250 Marks)

·         Paper 2 (Code No 2): (250 Marks)

Part 2:

·         Personality Test (100 Marks)

 

The syllabus of paper 1: (Code No 1:)

 

General ability (30 questions)

General Medicine (70 questions)

 

It includes Neurology, Cardiology, Dermatology and Psychiatry

 

 

 

Paediatrics (20 questions)

Science and Technology (Recent trends)

General

 

Food processing, Food adulteration,  food storage, food distribution, relevance to public health;

Psychiatry

 

Natural and manmade (disasters and management)

Musculoskelatal System

 

Industry, Trade, Indian Agriculture, Transportation and Service Sectors;

 

Diseases of the skin (Dermatology)

 

Impact of changing demographic trends on society, environment and health

Nutrition/Growth

 

Basic concepts of Ecology and Environment and their impact on health and economy

Infections/Communicable Diseases

(Virus, Rickets, Bacterial, Spirochetal, Protozoan, Metazoan and Fungus)

 

Natural Resources, their distribution, exploitation, conservation and related issues

Metabolic disorders

 

Indian Society, Heritage & Culture, Polity, Economy, Human Development Indices and the Development Programmes;

Endocrinology

 

 

Hematology

 

 

Neurology

 

 

Genito-Urinary

 

 

Gastro-intestinal

 

 

Respiratory diseases

 

 

Cardiology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The syllabus of Paper 2: (Code No 2)

 

Surgery (40 questions)

 

(Opthalmology, ENT, Traumatology and Orthopaedics)

Gynaecology & Obstetrics

(40 questions)

Preventive & Social Medicine (40 questions)

 

General Surgery

 

(abdominal injuries, abdominal wall, peritoneum, spleen, pancreas, bile, liver, elementary tract, anus, intestine, stomach, esophagus,  breast, hand, neck, cysts, blood vessels, lymphatic, tumuor, infections, wounds)

 

Obstrtrick

 

(Management of normal labours or complicated labour, Post-natal conditions, Intra-natal conditions, Ante-natal conditions)

National Programmes

Traumatology

Gynaecology

 

(applied anatomy, applied physiology of menstruation and fertilization, infections in genital tract, neoplasma in the genital tract, displacement of the uterus)

 

 

 

Maternal and Child Health

Anesthesiology

Family Planning

 

(U.D. and oral pills, Conventional contraceptives, Operative procedure, sterilization and organization of programmes in the urban and rural surroundings, Medical Termination of Pregnancy)

Medical Sociology and Health Education

Ophthalmology

 

International Health

Orthopedic surgery

 

Genetics and Health

Thoracic surgery

 

Occupational Health

Otorhinolaryngology E.N.T.

 

Non-communicable diseases

Neuro Surgery

 

Nutrition and Health

Urological Surgery

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Personality Test:

 

Only those candidates who qualify the written exam are eligible for personality test or interview. This is to test the GK, alertness, and ability of leadership and judgments.

 

 

 

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