Medical Checkup rules about UPSC Civil Service Exam (Gazette of India Extraordinary)

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Question from a reader

It is mentioned in the advertisement for Civil Services that a candidate has to be fit as mentioned in “Appendix-III of Rules for Civil Services Preliminary Examination published in the Gazette of India Extraordinary” .I have tried a lot but I have not been able to find this Appendix III .If you could kindly give a try to locate this information and put it in your site, I think it will help all the candidates.

Answer

here is the scanned copy of the pages dealing with physical standard, medical checkup etc. for UPSC Civil Service Exam, from Appendix-III of Rules for Civil Services Preliminary Examination published in the Gazette of India Extraordinary.

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377 Comments on “Medical Checkup rules about UPSC Civil Service Exam (Gazette of India Extraordinary)”

  1. Mrunal sir ,
    I am epileptic , so my question is that am I eligible for being an IAS officer

  2. I HAVE KNOCK KNEES , IS KNOCK KNEES WILL BE A REASON FOR REJECTION CAN I GIVE UPSC EXAM OR NOT IS KNOCK KNEES UNFIT FOR IAS POST

  3. for what bmi an ias service can be allocated , because about weight no declaration has been made anywhere

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