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UPSC CMS Cut Off 2018 Combined Medical Services Expected Cutoff

UPSC CMS Cut Off

If you still don’t know the minimum qualifying marks for CMS 2018 Exam, please check UPSC CMS Cut Off from below. Here you can also check CMS Expected Cutoff for August 2018 Exam. Only those, who will score marks more than or equal to Combined Medical Services Cutoff, can only get appointed for vacancies under this service. You may get UPSC CMS Cut Off 2018 by going through below given direct links.

What this Page Contains?

  • Link to download Minimum Qualifying Marks
  • How to get Combined Medical Services Exam Cut Off
  • UPSC CMS expected Cutoff

Merit List for selection of deserving candidates against vacancies of Asst Divisional Medical Officer, Asst & General Duty Medical Officer will be prepared as per UPSC CMS Cut Off  2018. If you want to get UPSC CMS Cutoff Marks from official portal of Union Public Service Commission, please follow some instructions that are well stated below by the team of recruitmentresult.com.

Steps to get UPSC CMS Exam Cut Off Marks

  • Willing job seekers need to go through the official portal of Union Public Service Commission that is upsc.gov.in.
  • Move your cursor to the ‘Examination’ tab that is available at the top menu bar on home page.
  • As you go to the ‘Examination’ section, a drop down list will available.
  • Select ‘Cut-Off Marks’ option from the list and a new page will open.
  • Thereafter select suitable link to download minimum qualifying marks year wise.

UPSC CMS Cut Off

Combined Medical Services Cut Off Marks of Previous Year

UPSC CMS Cut Off 2016:

CategoryMinimum qualifying standards/marks approved at the Written Part of the CMS Examination-2016Marks secured by the last finally recommended candidate of CMS Examinaiton-2016
Marks# Out of 500Marks Out of 600
General229310
OBC194286
SC193266
ST168244
PH-178154

 Check Here: UPSC CMS Result

UPSC CMS Cut Off 2015:

CategoryMinimum qualifying standards/marks approved at the Written Part of the CMS Examination-2015Marks secured by the last finally recommended candidate of CMS Examinaiton-2015
Marks Out of 500Marks Out of 600
General220305
OBC180285
SC175260
ST151230
PH-182128

 UPSC CMS Cut Off 2014:

CategoryMinimum qualifying standards/marks approved at the Written Part of the CMS Examination-2015Marks secured by the last finally recommended candidate of CMS Examinaiton-2015
Marks Out of 500Marks Out of 600
General265340
OBC232325
SC203284
ST151255
PH-1103197

 You May Also Check: UPSC CMS Answer Key

UPSC CMS previous year Cut Off Marks in PDF

Name of ExamGet Details
Combined Medical Services Examination, 2016Download PDF
Combined Medical Services Examination, 2015Download PDF
Combined Medical Services Examination, 2014Download PDF

Factors that affect UPSC Combined Medical Services Examination Cut off marks:

Minimum qualifying marks are decided by the Union Public Service Commission. Commission releases Cutoff marks every year after 2 month of releasing Result. These Minimum qualifying marks are prepared on the basis of below given factors. Merit list is prepared according to the Minimum qualifying marks. Only those, who get marks more than or equal to these marks, may get appointed.

  • Number of Vacancies
  • Number of Appeared Candidates
  • Difficulty level of Exam
  • Category of Applied
  • Reservation Criteria for vacancies
  • Highest Marks obtained by Appliers

Also Check: UPSC Exam Result

Note: You may check this Official Link to get UPSC CMS Cut Off 2018. Keeps touch with our web portal and as soon as latest minimum qualifying marks will available, we will provide it on this page.

Something That You Should Put An Eye On

UPSC CMS Application FormUPSC CMS Admit Card
UPSC CMS Previous Year Question PapersUPSC Notification
CMS SyllabusUPSC Eligibility Criteria
UPSC CalendarUPSC Books

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