UPSC CMS Result 2017 Combined Medical Services Exam Merit List/CutOff

By | 7th September 2017

UPSC CMS Result 2017

Latest Updates: The UPSC CMS Result has been announced by the Union Public Service Commission. The PDF of result can be downloaded from this web page. Scroll down your page to get the same. 


Applicants, who have appeared in the UPSC Combined Services Exam 2017, will be pleased to know that the Union Public Service Commission has announced the UPSC CMS Result 2017.This exam was scheduled on 13th August 2017 and a huge number of applicants were seen in this examination. At present, such participants are in the search of merit list and cut off marks of this test which will be issued after the declaration of the result. To check the result easily, candidates will have to put their eyes on the details of this web page.
To check the Combined Medical Services Result, candidates will have to submit the required data about them. If they don’t give the proper details, their result will not appear. The complete process for checking the result is given in this article. Furthermore, after reading this article, contenders will also come to know about the details of merit list and cut off marks of this examination.
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UPSC CMS Result 2017

UPSC CMS Result 2017

Exam Conducted By
Union Public Service Commission
Exam Name
Combined Medical Services Examination 2017
Date of Exam
13-August-2017
Result Declaration
Successfully Released
Main Portal
www.upsc.gov.in

UPSC Combined Medical Services Merit List 2017

The CMS stands for Combined Medical Services which is an examination, conducted for the hiring of suitable contenders on various medical posts. This work of recruitment is being done by the Union Public Service Commission. To conduct the UPSC CMS Exam 2017, the organization had issued an official notification to invite the online applications for this examination. The candidates who have taken this test they are now waiting for the issue of the UPSC Combined Medical Services Merit List 2017 which will be made available by the UPSC on its main web portal.
This merit list will contain the name and marks of the shortlisted candidates. Hence, the participants are so keen to check the merit list. They need to keep an eye on the latest updates on this subject to check the result firstly. Every candidate has his/her dream to grab this golden opportunity but it depends on this list.

UPSC CMS Exam Cut Off Marks 2017

We have discussed both merit list and result of this exam but it is the time to talk about another important fact of this exam result which is UPSC CMS Exam Cut Off Marks 2017. The selection of applicants for the next round is completely based on these marks. The UPSC will publicize the cut off marks for all categories such as General, SC, ST, OBC, Ex-Servicemen etc. If you don’t qualify according to these marks then you will not be considered as a successful candidate in this examination.
Whereas, in UPSC CMS 2016, the cut off marks for General category were 229, for OBC it was 194, the qualifying marks for SC were 193, to qualify that exam, ST candidates were required to obtain 168 and PH-1 contenders were required to secure 18 marks to be selected in this test. This was the last year cut off marks. This year, the cut off marks may be increased. But it is not decided. So, keep in touch with us to know the cut off marks of this exam.
To check the UPSC CMS Result 2017, candidates will have to use the direct link which will be given below after the declaration of the results. When you will click on that link, you will be asked few details to access your result.
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