UPSC CMS 2022: Check Exam Result, Cut Off Marks & Score Card

October 13, 2022

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UPSC CMSE 2022: Important Events 

Below are some important events and dates for the UPSC CMS exam

Event NameDate 
UPSC CMS Notification 6th April 2022
UPSC CMS fill in application start date 6th April 2022
UPSC CMS last date of application submission26th April 2022
UPSC CMS Written Exam (CBT)17th July 2022
UPSC CMS Written Result18th August 2022
UPSC CMS Detailed Application Form (DAF)To Be Announced
UPSC CMS Personality TestTo Be Announced
UPSC CMS Result (tentative)To Be Announced

The final result will be based on the performance of the written test and the Interview. Candidates scoring equal to, or more than the cut-off marks will be selected finally.

UPSC CMS 2022: How to check the exam result?

  1. Visit the official website of the UPSC
  2. Click on the “Written Result” option.
  3. Click on the “UPSC CMS Result 2022 link”.
  4. The result will be in pdf format
  5. Candidates can search their results by searching for roll number and find out if they have been selected or not.

The details mentioned on the final result of the UPSC CMS are the name of the candidate, roll number, marks of the written test, marks scored in the Interview, Final marks, and category.

Know More – UPSC CMS Admit Card and Interview call letter

UPSC CMSE 2022: Cut-off marks

Any exam’s cut-off is based on three exam-related variables. These elements are

Number of Vacancies: The number of openings influences the test cut-off in a favorable way. It is inversely related to the test cutoff score. It implies that the lower the test cut-off, the bigger the number of openings.

Difficulty Exam difficulty: The degree of difficulty is yet another variable that significantly affects the test cut-off. The cut-off will be lower since the paper is more tough. The cut-off rises if the test is simple.

Several appeared. Candidates: The number of applicants hardly affects the test cut-off. The relationship is direct proportional, meaning that the more applicants, the more intense the competition and the higher the cut-off.Below is the cut-off of 2020 for the Category I posts:

CategoryVacancyWritten Exam Cut-off (Out of 500)  Final Cut off (Out of 600)

And below is the cut-off for the Category II Posts:

CategoryVacancyWritten Exam Cut-off (Out of 500)  Final Cut off (Out of 600)

The UPSC Cut-off for the UPSC CMS Exam will also be released on the official website of the UPSC depends on the category and the mentioned factors. 

Below is the list of the expected cut-off for 2021:

CategoryMarks out of 500Marks out of 500

UPSC CMSE 2022: How to check cut-off Marks

  1. Candidates have to visit the official website of the UPSC
  2. Click on the examination menu of the website.
  3. Click on Cut-off marks submenu
  4. Search for Combined Medical Services Exam – 2022 
  5. Click on Download link

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Q.1 Is the UPSC CMS 2022 result declared?

Ans. Yes, The “What’s New” section of the UPSC official website now lists the UPSC CMS result for 2022. Candidates have access to the PDF results. The names and roll numbers of the candidates who have been provisionally chosen are included in the PDF..

Q.2 How can I check my CMS marks in UPSC?

Ans. In order to view the marks secured in CMS exams, candidates can visit UPSC’s official website to check their score in CMS written exam for two papers. The candidate will click on the Examination menus and select the marks information submenu. Search for the Combined Medical Services exam and click on the ‘click here’ Download link. Select either registration number or roll number. Click on the download link which has the candidate’s marks secured in two papers of total 500 marks

Q.3 What is UPSC CMS salary?

Ans. The starting remuneration of UPSC CSE qualified medical officer in the Central Health services department ranges from  Rs. 56,100 to Rs. 1,77500.

Post NameSalary
Assistant Medical Officer in Indian Ordnance factories Health Service under the Ministry of DefencePay Matrix Level 10 plus NPA
Assistant Divisional Medical Officer in the RailwaysRs. 15,600 – 39100/- Per Month
GDMO in the New Delhi Municipal CouncilRs. 56,100 to Rs. 1,77,500/- per month
Junior Scale Post in the Central Health ServiceRs. 56,100 to Rs. 1,77,500/- per month
GDMO (General Duty Medical Officer) Gr. II in East, North, and South Delhi Municipal CorporationRs. 15,600-39,100+ Grade Pay of Rs. 5,400/- Per month

Q.4 Does the online exam result of UPSC CMS considered for the final result or not?

Ans. No, the online exam results of UPSC CMS are not the final result. The cut-off marks from two papers each of 250 marks (total of 500 marks) of the UPSC CMS exam will be published by UPSC on their official website. Based on cut-off marks candidates who qualify will be invited for a personal interview which is a total of 100 marks. The final result will be the score of two online papers and interview marks.

Q.5 Is there any negative marking in the UPSC CMS Examination?

Ans. Yes, there is a negative marking in UPSC CMS online exam. For every incorrect answer to a question, there will be 1/3 of the total marks for that question deducted from the total marks the candidate secures for the paper. Hence candidate should be very sure of the answer selected for the question.

Q.6 What is the exam date of the UPSC CMS Exam?

Ans. The exam will be taken at various exam centers on 17th July 2022, Sunday. The exam will be conducted in 1 day a schedule for Paper-I and Paper-II. Each paper is 250 marks.

Q.7 Will there be any section-wise cut-off for the UPSC CMS Exam?

Ans. No, there are no section-wise cut-off marks for the online computer-based UPSC CMS examination.

Q.8 What are the qualifying marks for the UPSC CMS Exam?

Ans. The minimum qualifying marks in the UPSC CMS exam is 30% of the total marks in each paper for the General, OBC, SC, and ST categories of candidates. There is a relaxation on qualifying marks of 15% of total marks in each paper for candidates who are from PH1 category, PH1 is an orthopedically handicapped person.

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