Appeal and Review Medical Board

Recommended candidates go for medical checkup at nearby medical board. SSB medical board exam goes for 4-5 days depending on availability of doctors. Candidates who clears the medical exams can go home with necessary instruction, but for candidates who are declared unfit by the medical board president have to apply for appeal medical board for their medical examination. They can again apply for review medical board if declared unfit by appeal medical board.

Appeal Medical Board

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.
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.
    Appeal and Review Medical Board

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 is 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 RR Hospital Delhi Cantt and AFMC, Pune.

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  1. rishabh

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    If a candidate had a major appendicitis surgery then will he be rejected on the medical ground??

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