Armed Forces Medical Services (AFMS) is accepting online applications from Indian residents, both male and female, for 420 open positions as SSC medical officers. From 20 August 2022 on, submit an online application at amcsscentry.gov.in. Potential candidates Online 2022 AFMS SSC Medical Officer Before applying online, carefully review the entire announcement.
The registration period for the online application (www.amcsscentry.gov.in) will begin on August 20 and end on September 18, 2022.
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If possessing an MBBS degree, the applicant must not be older than 30 years old (only those born on or after
Only individuals born on or after January 2, 1988 are eligible) and 35 years if holding a PG degree as of December 31, 2022, respectively.
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Qualifications for an AFMS SSC Medical Officer
The National Medical Commission Act of 2019 requires that the candidate has the necessary medical credentials. Any State Medical Council, MCI, or NMC permanent registration is required for the application. Additionally, those with a postgraduate degree approved by the State Medical Council, MCI, NBE, or NMC may apply.
SSC Medical Officer Vacancy Details by Gender
Pay and benefits for an AFMS SSC medical officer
Doctors who join the military medical services will be given the rank of Captain in the 10B level of the Defense Pay Matrix of BP at the age of 11. NPA at current rates + Transport Allowance Rs. 3600-7200 as per the category of the city, (i.e. X, Y, Z, where the officer is posted) + Dress Allowance Rs. 20,000 (Annually) + Dearness Allowance as per current rate = Rs. 61300 + MSP Rs. 15500 HRA (if applicable) as per category of the city, (i.e. X, Y, Z, where the officer is posted) + NPA at Officers are also entitled to subsidised housing and related facilities, as well as rations or ration allowances in place (depending on where the posting and notification were made). PG diploma Holders who are classified as graded specialists under the training rules that are now in effect are entitled for PG allowance or specialised pay. Officers also have access to 60 days of annual leave and 20 days of unpaid leave each year, as well as to free medical care for themselves and their families, including any parents who are dependent on them, group insurance, and a canteen stores depot (CSD) facility.