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SSC CHSL Medical test is held for the Post of Lower Division Clerk in the Border Roads Organization (BRO). The final selection of the aspirants selected by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) and GREF Centre will be based on qualifying for the Medical fitness test. 

SSC CHSL Medical Test

The SSC CHSL Medical Test Details are given below. Candidates can go through it to learn more about the Medical Test for SSC CHSL.

Medical Standards

The SSC CHSL Medical Test information for the various vacancies is mentioned below:

Every candidate must be intelligent for the position. They should be healthy and not have nervous instability. According to the opinion of the Recruiting Medical Officer, the candidates should not have any acquired or constitutional disability. The officer can state that the candidate is unfit for the duties, particularly in high altitude and hard areas.

General examination

All the recruits must be stripped while carrying out the medical examination with due regard to decency and privacy. Garments such as underwear are allowed when the examination is conducted involving private parts. Every body part must be examined by the officials. If the candidate does not agree, he will be rejected.

Permanent tattoos are permitted on the inner face of the forearm which is from the inside of the elbow to the wrist and backside of the hand. In case any candidate has vulgar or objectionable body tattoos then officials at the GREF centre will take the final decision if it is acceptable or not. Permanent body tattoos on any other part of the body will be considered unacceptable and applicants will not be able to complete further screening.

Responsibility for physical fitness

The physical fitness of the recruits will be checked by the medical board. They will finish the process with the identification of the birthmarks and by checking their physical fitness. If the candidate is found fit then the officials will enter it on the enrolment form as Fit-category GREF-I and return it back to the enrolling officer. The officer will sign the form which will be equivalent to that he has personally examined the candidate according to the guidelines provided by the concerned officials. Also, the officer will state if there are no significant marks on the candidate’s body. In case of any defects, the recruit will be informed in the handwriting of the medical examiner. 

Medical History Sheet GREF/MED/2A:

It is a document which is linked to the claims of the disability pension on soldiers discharged from the service on medical terms which are mentioned in table no 1 of GREF/MED/2A has to be completed by the medical board GREF/MED/2A.

In case of any failure of the required attention and maintenance by the officers to the documents and inaccuracy of the entries can lead to delay and unfairness to the recruited person.

Medical officers must be sure that every entry is carefully and accurately done during the examination.

Rules for Governing the Medical Inspection of Candidates in GREF

The Rules for governing the medical inspection of candidates in GREF are given below.

Principal points in Medical Examination

  • The chest of the candidate should be formed properly and other organs such as the heart and lungs should be in good health.
  • The limbs should be well-formed.
  • There should be no signs of glandular swelling.
  • The vision of the eyes should be as per the required SSC Medical Test Eye test standard. 
  • The speech of the applicant should be without impediment.
  • There should be no obvious squint, nystagmus or any other kind of abnormality.
  • The candidate must be in good health. He should not have any signs of diseases of the ear, nose and throat.
  • Proper movement of eyeballs with free movements in all directions should be there in the candidate.
  • He should be intelligent [the examining officials should inspect if any defects are observed in the candidate]
  • The applicant should possess a sufficient number of teeth for proper mastication.
  • He should not have congenital malformation or abnormalities in the body
  • The toes and feet should be well-formed
  • All the joints of the candidates should be in proper formation and must have good movements.

Ground for Permanent Rejection

Applicants will be permanently rejected if in case they have the below-mentioned conditions:

  • If the dental points of the candidate are less than 14.
  • Candidates will be rejected if they have the loss or decay of teeth if they interfere with the mastication.
  • Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media/Mastoiditis
  • In the case of corneal opacities that can affect the binocular vision of the candidate.
  • If the applicant has perforation of the tympanic membrane.
  • If it is a case of colour blindness.
  • Cardiac murmur or hypertension [BP>140/95 mm hg].
  • If there is a chronic lung infection.
  • In the case of Endocranial disorders.
  • If there are sexually transmitted diseases.
  • In case of any degree of squint or nystagmus.
  • If there is mental and nervous instability such as coarse digital tremors, palmar and plantar hyperhidrosis and tachycardia.
  • Deafness will be rejected.
  • If there is pronounced stammering.
  • General impaired constitution with a BMI less than 18 leading to frail health.
  • If there is an abnormal gait.
  • If he has abnormal posture [Kyphosis, Scoliosis or Lordosis] he will be rejected.
  • If the applicant has a gross physical deformity of the chest such as Harrison’s sulcus and joints [Knock knee, flat feet, bow leg etc. or pectus excavatum, pigeon chest or barrel-shaped chest.
  • Permanent body tattoos will not be accepted and the applicant will be barred from the screening. Only if he has tattoos on the inner side of the face of the forearm that is from the inside of the elbow to the wrist and on the reverse side of the palm. If he has obscene, vulgar or objectionable tattoos, the DDG [Prs]/Comdt GREF centre will decide on the acceptability or unacceptability of the aspirant.

SSC CHSL Medical Test: FAQs

Is There Medical Test in SSC CHSL?

Yes, for the Post of Lower Division Clerk in the Border Roads Organization (BRO) a medical test is conducted.

What are the medical standards for the SSC CHSL Medical Test?

Candidates must be intelligent, healthy and not have nervous instability. He must be fit as per the prescribed guidelines in the SSC Medical Test.

What is the General Examination in the SSC CHSL Medical Test?

In SSC CHSL Medical Test, General Examination is all about the screening of the applicant’s body.

What are the Principal points in the Medical Examination of SSC CHSL?

The candidate must be in good health. He should not have any signs of diseases of the ear, nose and throat or any parts of the body.

What is the Ground for Permanent Rejection in the medical examination of SSC CHSL?

In case of any abnormalities in the candidate’s body parts, he will be rejected for this position. The detailed Ground for Permanent Rejection is given in the article above. You can go through it to know more.

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