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Medical Test After SSB Interview

Medical Test After SSB Interview

The Medical Examination Procedure is as follows:

1. Special Medical Board (SMB) :

Medical Test After SSB Interview: The candidates after getting recommended are then retained for a period of 1 week at the SSB center for medical examination where they will be declared Fit/Temporary Unfit or Permanent Unfit.

Medical Test After SSB Interview
Medical Test After SSB Interview

Following are the various tests that are conducted by the medical board on various days:

Day 1 – Blood test, Urine test, Chest x-ray, Ultrasound.

Day 2 – Ear, Nose & Tongue(ENT), Eye

Day 3 – Surgical Examination

Day 4 – Eye & Dental

Day 5 – General Medical (Height, weight, blood pressure, heartbeat) & Medical Conference

Medical Standards and Vision Standards:

Below are some Medical Standards and Vision Standards against which a candidate is tested against:

Medical Standards:

  • The candidate should be free from wax (EARS), DNS, and Hydrocele/Phimosis. Defective Colour Vision, LASIK Surgery, Over/Under Weight, Under Chest, Piles, Gynecomastia, Tonsillitis, Veri-Cocele, and Aids.
  • You should be able to read 6/6 in a Distant Vision Chart
  • Colour Vision Standard should be CP-III
  • Minimum 14 Dental Points With Sound Teeth

Vision Standards:

  • Uncorrected without glass: 6/6, 6/9
  • Corrected with glass: 6/6 (only for Hypermetropia)
  • Nil limits for myopia
  • Limits for Hypermetropia: +2.00 D

Once the medical conference is finished, you can go home and enjoy yourself if you are fit. If not, then apply for the AMB (Appeal Medical Board) to overcome medical problems such as being overweight/underweight for which due time is given. After a period of 42 days, you will be again undergoing a medical examination at your selected military hospital for the same problems.

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2. Appeal Medical Board:

The candidates who are declared permanently unfit will by the Special Medical Board are also eligible for Appeal Medical Board by depositing a sum of Rs. 40. No fees is charged from candidates who are given temporary rejection (TR).

The Appeal Medical Board will be held at one of the following hospitals:

  1. Base Hospital, Delhi Cantt.
  2. Command Hospital, Southern Command, Pune.
  3. Command Hospital, Eastern Command, Kolkata.
  4. Command Hospital, Central Command, Lucknow.
  5. Command Hospital, Western Command, Chandimandir.
  6. Command Hospital, Air Force, Bangalore.
  7. Command Hospital, Northern Command, C/o 56 APO.
  8. INHS, Ashvini, Mumbai

The candidates will report for medical examination within the specified period i.e. 42 days from the last date examined for re-examination by the Special Medical Board together with the received copy of the MRO / TR as directed by the President Medical Board. The Medical Board will be completed in one day.

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3. Review Medical Board:

In the event that a candidate is declared unfit by the Medical Board of Appeal, he/she may challenge the proceedings and may be granted medical examination based on the merit of the case. Any candidate seeking review should submit a request to the Recruitment Directorate (Personnel & Coord), Army Headquarters, West Block III, RK Puram, New Delhi within one day of the holding of the Medical Board of Appeal. RMBs are performed at R&R Hospital, Delhi Cantt and AFMC, Pune.

Discipline during Medical Examination

It is utmost important that recommended candidates maintain proper discipline during their stay in Selection Centres during their conduct of the medical examination. The candidates are required to put on their medical Chest Number (with Red Cross) whenever they are present in the campus of Selection Centres.

PHYSICAL FITNESS STANDARD AT IMA/OTA

  • Running: 2.4 KM in 15 minutes
  • Push-ups: 13 Nos
  • Sit-ups: 25 Nos
  • Chin-ups: 6 Nos
  • Rope climbing: 3-4 meters

Candidates are advised to build themselves up by physical training, sports, running, swimming etc so that they meet the training goals successfully.

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Medical Test After SSB Interview

Ideal Age, Height, and Weight for Male: It should be within permissible limits (+ or – 10%) of the ideal weight as per the correlation table between age, height and average weight is given below in recording fraction lower than 0.5 kg will be noted and 0.5 kg above will be recorded as 1 kg:

Height and Weight Standards for Men

Height in CmWeight in KG (Age Range in Years)
Age 15-1718-2223-2728-32
152 – 15846 – 4947 – 5050 – 5454 – 58
159 – 16550 – 5351 – 5555 – 5959 – 63
166 – 17154 – 5656 – 5960 – 6463 – 66
172 – 17857 – 6059 – 6364 – 6967 – 71
179 – 18361 – 6364 – 6669 – 7272 – 74
184 – 1856467 – 6873 – 7475
Medical Test After SSB Interview

Height and Weight Standards for Women

Height in CmWeight in KG (Age Range in Years)
Age 20-2526-30
148 – 15143 – 4546 – 48
152 – 15546 – 4849 – 51
156 – 16049 – 5152 – 55
161 – 16552 – 5455 – 58
166 – 17155 – 5859 – 62
172 – 17659 – 6163 – 66
177 – 17862 – 63 
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Note: A 10% variation on either side of the average is acceptable

Medical Rejection

Some of the important tests that lead to Medical Rejection are:

1. Sweaty Palms

2. Flat Foot

3. Knock Knee

4. Kidney Stones

5. Colour Perception

6. Pigeon Chest

7. Color Perception CP2 and CP3 (Flying Branch) and CP3 (CDS entry)

8. Carrying Angle of Elbow

We hope that these tests would help you in preparing well for Medical Test after the SSB interview procedure, as it is very disheartening when candidates who get recommended get rejected on medical grounds. Many of these tests can be done on a prior basis and proper action can be taken against them.

Medical Examination

Medical Examination Procedure of the Recommended Candidates at Selection Centres

General

Recommended candidates appear before the medical board for carrying out their medical board after the SSB results. It takes 4 to 5 days time for the concerned Military Hospital to complete the medical board and after that, the candidates are dispersed. NDA candidates are examined both for Army and Navy unless otherwise instructed and endorsement of fitness status will be made accordingly. President of the medical board will guide the candidates for Appeal/Review Medical Board procedures. Candidates may seek the advice of President Special Medical Board for review/appeal in case they have been declared unfit.

Procedure of Appeal Medical Board

The Appeal Medical Board will be held at one of the following hospitals :-

  • Base Hospital, Delhi Cantt.
  • Command Hospital, Southern Command, Pune.
  • Command Hospital, Eastern Command, Kolkata.
  • Command Hospital, Central Command, Lucknow.
  • Command Hospital, Western Command, Chandimandir.
  • Command Hospital, Air Force, Bangalore.
  • Command Hospital, Northern Command, C/o 56 APO.
  • INHS, Ashvini, Mumbai.

The candidates will report for medical examination within the stipulated period i.e., 42 days from the date last examined by the Special Medical Board for re-examination along with the receipted copy of the MRO/TR as directed by the President Medical Board. The endeavour will be to complete the Medical Board in one day.

Review Medical Board

In case of candidate being declared unfit by the Appeal Medical Board, he/she may challenge the proceedings and may be granted review of medical proceedings based on the merit of the case. Any candidate desiring for a review should address the request to Recruiting Directorate (Personnel & Coord), Army Headquarters, West Block III, RK Puram, New Delhi with a copy to the President of Appeal Medical Board within one day of the holding of Appeal Medical Board. The application for RMB are routed through DG AFMS. The decision for grant of RMB is with DG AFMS, and is not a matter of right. RMBs are conducted at R&R Hospital Delhi Cantt and AFMC, Pune.

Stay During the Medical Examination

The recommended candidates after the declaration of SSB results will stay in the Selection Centres in the lines earmarked for the recommended candidates for their medical examination by the Military Hospital. The candidates will be allotted fresh medical chest numbers for the purpose.

Candidates who go for Appeal Medical Board or have to get their medical examination done at a later date due to some unavoidable reasons will do so under their own arrangements.

Discipline during Medical Examination

It is of utmost importance that recommended candidates maintain proper discipline during their stay in Selection Centres during their conduct of the medical examination. The candidates are required to put on their medical Chest Number (with Red Cross) whenever they are present at the campus of Selection Centres.

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