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Combined Medical Services Exam 2021 Notification Postponed: UPSC

UPSC CMS 2021 notification deferred.

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The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has notified that the official notification of the Combined Services Exam 2021 scheduled to be released on May 5 has been postponed. The Commission has, however, not notified any changes in the exam date. As per the exam calendar of the UPSC, the exam will be held on August 29.

“The Combined Medical Services Examination, 2021 scheduled to be notified on 05-05-2021, stands deferred till further notice,” the UPSC has notified on its website.

The Combined Medical Services exam is held for MBBS candidates to fill vacancies in various posts– Junior Scale Posts in Central Health Service, Assistant Divisional Medical Officer in the Railways, Assistant Medical Officer in Indian Ordnance Factories Health Service, General Duty Medical Officer in New Delhi Municipal Council, General duty Medical Officer Gr-II in East Delhi Municipal Corporation, and North Delhi Municipal Corporation and South Delhi Municipal Corporation.

The UPSC will close the registration process tomorrow for the Assistant Commandant post in Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs). A total of 159 vacancies will be filled. Candidates will be selected through a written exam, physical standards, physical efficiency tests, medical standards tests and interview. Marks obtained by the candidate in the written exam and the interview will be considered for final merit list.

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After 83 Deaths, Goa Health Minister Says Oxygen Supply Streamlining At Biggest Covid Hospital

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After 83 Deaths, Goa Health Minister Says Oxygen Supply Streamlining At Biggest Covid Hospital

A 20,000-kilo litre oxygen tank was commissioned at the Goa Medical College and Hospital on Saturday.

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The oxygen supply at the Goa Medical College and Hospital was getting streamlined following the commissioning of a new tank of life-saving gas at the facility, state Health Minister Vishwajit Rane said on Sunday.

Over the last five days (till Saturday morning), 83 patients died at the state-run medical facility during the “dark hours” between 2 am and 6 am, as per official figures.

A 20,000-kilo litre oxygen tank was commissioned at the Goa Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) on Saturday.

Vishwajit Rane told PTI that the oxygen supply at the GMCH was getting streamlined after the commissioning of the tank.

“Now, we should not have problems regarding the oxygen supply. The commissioning of the tank is a major step towards solving this problem,” he said.

The tank was shifted from Bicholim industrial estate and the move would reduce the GMCH’s dependence on oxygen cylinders, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant said on Saturday.

On Saturday, GMCH Dean Dr Shivanand Bandekar said it was not right to attribute all the deaths during the “dark hours” over the last few days to a drop in oxygen levels as COVID-19 fatalities were taking place throughout the day.

“There can be several reasons,” he had said. The Goa government earlier told the Bombay High Court that there were “logistic issues” related to the supply of medical oxygen to patients.

The High Court’s Goa bench had asked the state government to take corrective steps.



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West Ham’s hopes of a place in next season’s Champions League were all but ended after a 1-1 draw at Brighton on Saturday, while Leeds thrashed Burnley 4-0 at Turf Moor in a match overshadowed by an ugly incident between Ezgjan Alioski and Dwight McNeil.

The Hammers are now five points adrift of the top four with just six left to play for after two late goals at the Amex Stadium.

Danny Welbeck dinked home the opener for Brighton with just six minutes to go with the visitors caught chasing a winner. Substitute Said Benrahma levelled with his first Premier League goal three minutes later, but a point leaves David Moyes’s men still in sixth.

“It’s obviously horrible because we had the Champions League in our sights,” said West Ham midfielder Declan Rice, who made his return from injury.

“We can’t be relying on other teams to lose. We have to go out and win. We’ve drawn too many and lost a few.”

West Ham only secured survival in their penultimate game of last season, but have posed an unexpected challenge for Europe and can still secure a place in the Europa League should they win their final two games.

“This season has been outstanding,” added Rice.

“We learned to win ugly this year. It’s been a rollercoaster but we can still finish on a high.”

Brighton remain in 17th, but are already guaranteed a fifth consecutive season in the top-flight.

Alioski reported

Burnley also secured their survival with victory over Fulham on Monday and looked like a side already looking forward to their summer holidays as Leeds ran riot to cement their place in the top half of the table in their first season back in the Premier League for 16 years.

However, the major talking point was a clash between McNeil and Alioski, which Burnley boss Sean Dyche said will be reported to the English Football Association

McNeil shouted angrily at Alioski after making a crunching challenge on the Macedonian.

The England under-21 international appeared to suggest Alioski had dived, but the Leeds player got to his feet and responded by covering his ears and sticking out his tongue.

Both benches got involved in an argument and referee Graham Scott then called over Dyche and Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa, as well as Clarets captain Ben Mee and Leeds skipper Luke Ayling, before play could resume.

“A report has come into the referee and that will be passed on to the FA,” said Dyche, who did not say which player was involved.

“One of our players made the report and I was there to be a witness to the report, not the incident.”

Asked if there was a racial element to the complaint, Dyche declined to comment further and the FA said it would await the report before commenting.

Bielsa said he had not seen Alioski’s reaction.

“If there was a gesture I didn’t see it. I saw there was a dispute but I didn’t think it was too different to what usually happens within a game.”

Dyche withdrew McNeil moments later as he was replaced by Johann Berg Gudmundsson, though the Burnley manager said the decision was unrelated.

“I was going to take Dwight off,” he said. “He’s put in a lot of effort this season and done very well over this season.

Mateusz Klich put Bielsa’s side ahead on the stroke of half-time.

Leeds punished Burnley after the break as Jack Harrison added a second before providing the two assists as Rodrigo came off the bench to bag a brace.

Southampton beat relegated Fulham 3-1 to move up to 13th. Che Adams, Nathan Tella and Theo Walcott were on target for Ralph Hassenhuttl’s men.



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