Physical standards for civils examination 2019

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Civil  Examination is conducted in terms of the provisions of the Civil Services Examination (CSE) Rules advised by the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT), Government of India. Rule 21 of these rules provide that a candidate must be in mentally and physically fit and free from any physical defect likely to interfere and  releave from his duties as an officer from the service.

Aspirant who are are interested to appear for civils exam will be intimated to be  present at Central Standing Medical Board (CSMB) constituted for the purpose of conducting medical examination for determination of his/her mental and physical status and on the basis of this determination a candidate will be recommended as fit/unfit for all services  or unfit for technical services. The following instructions are to be kept in mind by the candidate while approaching the CSMB. Before appearing for medical examination, candidates should be well prepared to avoid any adverse consequences as per instructions detailed below:

  • Aspirant should come fasting for 10 hours or more on the day of Medical Examination.
  • Aspirant should come without taking any medicine on the day of Medical Examination
  • A aspirant using Contact Lenses should stop using them at least 48 hours before the medical examination.
  • Aspirant should bring along the spectacles, if any, being used by him/her along with the prescription for the same.
  • Aspirant should carry Hearing Aid, if any, being used by him/her and its latest audiometry report.
  • Aspirant belonging to Physical Handicapped category is advised to bring along the appliances being used by him for  the disability.
  • Aspirant should bring along the prescription for any kind of medicine being taken by him/her on regular basis.
  • Aspirant should bring along records of any surgical procedure he/she has undergone in the past.
  • Aspirant should bring along the ‘Disability Certificate’, if any, issued to him/her by any Disability Medical Board in the past.