Union Public Service Commission requested all the candidates of UPSC Homoeopathy Medical Officer Examinations 2014 to download the e-Admit Card from the UPSC website and published the detailed instruction to Computer based online examinations.
Immediately on downloading of the e-Admit Card, the candidate should check it very carefully and bring to the notice of the Union Public Service Commission the discrepancies, if any, without loss of time. Special attention may be paid to the subject of the Test. Efforts will be made to upload the revised e-Admit Card(s) at the earliest in case of discrepancies. He/she must read carefully the Important Instructions mentioned on page No. 2 of e-Admit Card.
He/she must bring his/her e-Admit Card to the Examination Hall to secure Admission. In addition the candidates will have to bring a photo identity proof viz. Aadhar Card, Driving License, Passport, Voter I Card etc. The candidates who do not have clear photographs on the e-admit card will have to bring two passport size photographs for appearing in the Recruitment Test with an undertaking alongwith photo identity proof.
- Exam : 27.04.2014 (SUNDAY) (09.30 A.M TO 11.30 A.M)
- Candidates reporting at the Centre venue 08.00 A.M
- Authenticating the ADMIT CARD and registering the candidates 08.00 A.M Onwards
- Candidates Entry closes at Main ENTRANCE 08.45 A.M.
- Candidates will be allowed inside the Lab from 09.00 A.M onwards
- Candidates will open the secure browser & read instructions 09.20 A.M to 09.25 A.M
- PASSWORD Announcement & TEST START TIME 09.30 A.M
- TEST END TIME 11.30 A.M.
- Candidates to move out in an orderly manner 11.30 A.M to 11.45 A.M
- The candidates registration closes at 09.00 A.M..
- Entry to Computer Labs starts at 09.00 A.M.
The candidate must bring the Printout of e-Admit Card to the Examination Hall. After registration, the candidate would be allocated Lab Number and Computer Number.
Scheme of the Test:
(a) The test will be of two hours duration and will carry a maximum of 100 marks.
(b) The test will be objective type questions with multiple choice answers.
(c) The medium of the Test will be English only.
(d) There will be penalty for wrong answers. Every wrong answer will carry a deduction of one-third of the marks assigned to that question. If no answer is marked for a question, there will be no penalty for that question.
Question once attempted, it would be final. However, answer can be changed at any time during the Test before final submission including unattempting the question using ‘deselect’ button.
Syllabus of the Test:
The syllabus of the question paper shall broadly cover: All the core areas normally included in the Bachelor’s Degree of Homoeopathy Medicine and Surgery programmes of Indian Universities.
In order to familiarize themselves with Computer Based Test, the candidates are advised to go through the demo of the Computer Based Test on the UPSC website.
Log into www.upsc.gov.in
Click on the “Combined CBRT 11 GDMO(Homoeopathy) & 27 MO/RO (Homoeopathy)” on What is New section on the Rt side of the page
Click on : CBRT Demo, download it, install and follow the instruction carefully. You can read/practice it many times, once installed
e-Admit card download : http://upsconline.nic.in/
More details (take a print out and bring to exam hall)