JOB POST: Short Service Commissioned (SSC) Officer @ Join Armed Forces Medical Services [150 Vacancies]: Apply by July 21: Expired

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SSC Officer Armed Forces MedicalAbout:

Applications are invited from Indian citizens both male and female, who have passed their final MBBS examination in first or second attempt only, for grant of Short Service Commission in the Armed Forces Medical Services.

    • The applicant must possess medical qualification included in First/Second Schedule or Part II of the Third Schedule of IMC Act 1956.
    • The applicant must have permanent registration from any State Medical Council/MCI.
    • Candidates with Post Graduate Degree/Diploma recognized by State Medical Council/MCI/NBE can also apply.
  1. Internship: Only those candidates who have completed or are
    completing their internship on or before 30 Jun 2019 can apply

Applicants who have taken more than two chances in final Prof MBBS (Part I & II) Examination are ineligible and hence need not apply


150 (135 for males and 15 for females) approximately for the year 2019.

Place of Interview:


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Schedule of Interview:

Eligible candidates will be called for interview by a Board of Officers from 30 Jul 2019 onwards at Army Hospital (R&R), Delhi Cantt to assess their suitability and merit for grant of Short Service Commission in the Armed Forces Medical Services.

Note: The candidates appearing for interview for the first time will be paid to and fro sleeper-class railway/bus fare.

Application Fee:

A fee of ₹ 200/- will be charged from the applicants towards application processing. The requisite amount is required to be paid at the end of the online application submission through online payment (internet banking/Credit Card/Debit Card). No other mode of payment is accepted.

How to Apply:

The application will be accepted online only, till July 21. To apply, click here.

Candidates are required to bring the completed Police Verification Report (PVR) Form (in triplicate) positively at the time of the interview, duly filled in and attested by the authority as mentioned at Page No. 07 of Attestation Form (given here), without which they are liable to be rejected.



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