Navy medical Officer test pattern and pdf

Pakistan Navy announces many vacancies every year jobs regarding medical branch through Short Service Commission. Interested candidates may visit this page for detail about eligibility criteria, types of commission in medical branch, test pattern and required syllabus with past papers MCQs.

In Pakistan Navy, organization requires Qualified, highly talented, and self-motivated Pakistani Nationals to be encouraged to apply in Medical branch as GDMOs, GDDOs, Specialists and Sub Specialists in different categories.

In Pak Navy, there are different types of Commissioned Officers which have been included here in detail for more understanding which is best for those who have with different educational degrees and experiences.

  • Start Date of Online Registration in Navy Medical Officers Jobs through SSC: 26 Nov, 2023
  • End Date of Online Registration in Pak Navy Medical Jobs through SSC: 10 Dec, 2023

Main Types of Branches in Navy Medical Officers Job

In Medical Branch of Pak Navy where candidates can apply through Short Service Commission (SSC) every year. Basic requirement is having degree of MBBS to apply for becoming Pak Naval Medical Officer who serve at different bases of Pak Navy overall in Pakistan.

  1. Medical Branch (GDMOs & GDDOs)
  2. Medical Branch (Specialists)
  3. M-Cadet Scheme

Eligibility Criteria to Apply in Navy Medical Officers Branch

1. Eligibility Criteria of GDMOs & GDDOs

  • Age : Maximum age required upto 30 Years
  • Height: For Male (5’4″ or 162.5 cm) and For Female (5’, or 152.4 cm) (Check Weight HERE)
  • Gender: Both Male / Female
  • Marital Status: Must be Unmarried
  • Nationality : Must be Pakistani
  • Rank: Surg Lieutenant
  • Qualification for GDMOs: MBBS with Minimum 2nd Division or equivalent qualification recognized by PM & DC, he/she must be registered with PMDC Hospitals, also one year House Job in PMDC
  • Qualification for GDDOs: MBBS/ BDS with Min 2nd Div or Equal Education recognized by PM&DC / PMC with one complete year of House Jobin recognized hospitals.

2. Eligibility Criteria of Medical Specialists in Pak Navy

Eligibility criteria for the candidates who have specialization is particular fields of Medical branch are given below with experience.

  • Rank: Surg Lieutenant Commander
  • Height: For Male (5’4″ or 162.5 cm) and For Female (5’, or 152.4 cm) (Check Weight HERE)
  • Marital Status: Must be Unmarried
  • Nationality : Must be Pakistani
  • Qualification for Anesthesia including Cardiac Anesthesia: (M/F), MBBS, FCPS/ FRCA/ American Board/ General or Cardiac Anesthesia or Equals. Preferably with 02 Years experience in General Anesthesia/ Cardiac. Maximum Age required is 42 Years.
  • Qualification for Cardiologist: (M/F), MBBS, FCPS/ FRCP/ American Board (Cardiology) or Equivalent. Preferably with 02 yrs experience as Cardiologist. Maximum Age required is 40 Years.
  • Qualification for Community Medicine: (M/F), MBBS, FCPS (Community Medicine)/ MPH or equivalent. Preferably with 02 yrs experience of field in Community Medicine.
  • Qualification for Dermatology: (Male), MBBS, FCPS/ FRCP/ American Board (Dermatology) or Equal. Preferably with 02 yrs’ experience as Dermatologist. Maximum Age require is 40 Yrs.
  • Qualification for ENT: (Male), MBBS, FCPS/ FRCP/ American Board (ENT) or Equal. Preferably with 02 year relevant experience in ENT.
  • Qualification for Critical Care Medicine: (M/F), MBBS, FCPS/ FRCP/ American Board (Critical Care Medicine) or Equal. Preferably with 02 yrs experience as Critical Care Medicine Specialist. Maximum age required is 42 yrs.
  • Qualification for Emergency Medicine as ER Specialist: (M/F), MBBS, FCPS/ FRCP/ American Board (Emergency Medicine) or Equal. Preferably with 02 yrs experience as Emergency Medicine Specialist. Maximum age required is 40 Yrs.
  • Qualification for Ophthalmology: (M/F), MBBS, FCPS/ FRCS/ American Board (Ophthalmology) or Equivalent. Preferably with 02 years experience as Ophthalmologist
  • Qualification for Pathologist: (N/F), MBBS, FCPS/ FRCP/ American Board (Pathology) or Equivalent. Preferably with 02 yrs experience as Pathologist. Max age is 40 yrs.
  • Qualification for Thoracic  Surgeon: (M/F), MBBS, FCPS/ FRCS/ American Board or Equivalent in respective specialty. Preferably with 02 yrs experience in relevant specialty. Max age is 42 yrs.
  • Qualification for Gen Surgeon: (M/F), MBBS, FCPS/ FRCS/ American Board or Equivalent in respective specialty. Preferably with 02 yrs experience in relevant specialty, Max age is 42 yrs.
  • Qualification for Neuro Surgeon: (Female), MBBS, FCPS/ FRCS/ American Board or Equivalent in respective specialty. Preferably with 02 yrs experience in relevant specialty, Max age is 42 yrs.
  • Qualification for Cardiac Surgery: (M/F), MBBS, FCPS/ FRCS/ American Board (Cardiac Surgeon) or Equivalent. Preferably with 02 yrs experience as Cardiac Surgeon. Max age is 42 yrs.

3. Eligibility Criteria of M-Cadet Scheme in Navy Medical Branch

  • Age: maximum age must be upto 26 Years
  • Gender: Both Male and Female
  • Marital Status: Candidate must be Unmarried
  • Physical Standards:
    • Minimum Required Height: 5’ 4” (For Male) & 5’ (For Female)
    • Weight: As per body Mass Index (Check Weight Here)
  • Rank: After Graduation Rank of Surgical Lieutenant will be awarded.
  • Educational Qualification: Students of MBBS in 3rd Year may also apply for M-Cadet scheme.

Test Pattern in Navy Medical Officers Branch

If you are interested to join for Pak Navy Officers in Medical Branch then you will have to appear in the following subjects during initial tests just after online registration through official website of Pak Navy. (Link is given in footer section). Detail of Pak Navy initial tests are given below;

  1. Intelligence Tests (Total Questions: 100, Total Time: 40 Min, Pass Mark: 50%)
    • Verbal Intelligence Test
    • Non-Verbal Intelligence Test
  2. Academic Test (Total Questions:75 to 100, Total Time: 35 to 40 Min, Pass marks: 50%, candidate has to appear in one of the following subjects as per their field of interest)
    • Cardiac Anesthesia MCQS with Answers
    • Cardiologist MCQS with Answers
    • Community Medicine MCQS with Answers
    • Dermatology MCQS with Answers
    • ENT MCQS with Answers
    • Critical Care Medicine MCQS with Answers
    • Emergency Medicine as ER Specialist MCQS with Answers
    • Ophthalmology MCQS with Answers
    • Pathologist MCQS with Answers
    • Thoracic  Surgeon MCQS with Answers
    • Gen Surgeon MCQS with Answers
    • Neuro Surgeon MCQS with Answers
    • Cardiac Surgery MCQS with Answers
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Syllabus of Initial Tests in Navy Medical Officers Branch

Detailed syllabus of the each branch subject is given in the following to pass the Navy Medical Officers test through Short Service Commission.

  • Basic Biology
  • Cardiac Anesthesia
  • Cardiologist
  • Community Medicine
  • Dermatology
  • ENT
  • Critical Care Medicine
  • Emergency Medicine as ER Specialist Ophthalmology
  • Pathologist
  • Thoracic  Surgeon
  • Gen Surgeon
  • Neuro Surgeon
  • Cardiac Surgery

Selection Procedure in Pak Navy Medical Officers Jobs

Basic steps involved in the process of selection of Navy Medical Officers are given in the following which start after publishing the advertisement in the Pakistani Newspaper:

  • Online Registration at the Official Website of Pak Navy
  • Initial Tests
    • Intelligence Test (It includes Verbal and Non Verbal Intelligence Tests)
    • Academic Test (It includes basic and advance questions related to particular subject)
  • Medical Examination at the Selection Centre
  • First Interview of the Candidate at the Centre
  • Personality Tests at Navy Recruitment & Selection Centre
  • Final Medical of the passed candidate at PN Hospitals / CMHs
  • Final Selection and Merit list of the Naval Candidate.

Those Who can Not Apply for Navy Medical Officers Jobs

  • Twice rejected by GHQ/NHQ/AHQ ISSB selection Board or once rejected by
  • ISSB and once rejected by GHQ/NHQ/AHQ Selection Board.
  • Withdrawn from any academy/ training Institution of Armed Forces on any ground.
  • Withdrawn from any bonded Armed Forces college/Institution on disciplinary grounds.
  • Dismissed /Removed/ Debarred/ resigned from Government Service including Armed Forces.
  • Convicted by a court of law for offence involving moral turpitude.
  • Declared Medically Unfit by an Armed Forces Appeal Medical Board.
  • Declared Unfit by any Armed Forces Hospital except those cleared by Appeal Medical Board.
  • Submitting tampered original academic certificates.
  • Concealment of information in the application form.
  • Candidates holding dual nationality unless they surrender the same prior to
  • Commissioning /Passing out or within period of 06 months of joining PN, whichever is earlier.

Deployment in Pak Navy Medical Officers in Hospitals of Pakistan

Pakistan Navy Medical Officers may be deployed for medical duties at various naval bases and facilities across Pakistan. Apart from medical duties, they may also be involved in administrative, training, and emergency response tasks. Some of the naval bases in Pakistan where Medical Officers may be stationed include:

  • Karachi Naval Base (HQ of Pakistan Navy) – Karachi, Sindh
  • Islamabad Naval Base – Islamabad
  • PNS Bahadur (Lahore) – Lahore, Punjab
  • PNS Himalaya (Abbottabad) – Abbottabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • PNS Dilawar (Sialkot) – Sialkot, Punjab
  • PNS Karsaz – Karachi, Sindh
  • PNS Mehran – Karachi, Sindh
  • PNS Iqbal – Ormara, Balochistan
  • PNS Siddiq – Turbat, Balochistan
  • PNS Akram – Gwadar, Balochistan
  • PNS Makran – Makran, Balochistan
  • PNS Jauhar – Karachi, Sindh
  • PNS Rahat – Manora Island, Karachi
  • PNS Shifa – Karachi, Sindh
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Role and Responsibilities in Navy Medical Officers

The role and responsibilities of Pakistan Navy Medical Officers are diverse and critical in ensuring the health and well-being of naval personnel and their families. These officers are an integral part of the Medical Branch of Pakistan Navy and play a crucial role in maintaining the medical readiness of the naval forces. Here are some key aspects of their role:

  1. Medical Care: Pakistan Navy Medical Officers provide medical care and treatment to naval personnel and their dependents. They diagnose and treat a wide range of medical conditions, injuries, and illnesses.
  2. Preventive Healthcare: Navy Medical Officers are responsible for implementing preventive healthcare measures to promote and maintain the overall health of naval personnel. This includes conducting health check-ups, vaccinations, and health education programs.
  3. Emergency Medical Response: In times of crisis or emergencies, Navy Medical Officers are on hand to provide immediate medical assistance and emergency response. They are trained to handle medical emergencies and stabilize patients before further treatment.
  4. Medical Examinations: Navy Medical Officers conduct medical examinations for naval personnel, including pre-employment medical assessments and periodic health check-ups to ensure fitness for duty.
  5. Occupational Health: They are involved in monitoring and addressing occupational health hazards that naval personnel may encounter during their duties at sea or onshore.
  6. Health Education: Navy Medical Officers play a vital role in educating naval personnel about health and hygiene practices, disease prevention, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
  7. Collaboration: They work closely with other medical professionals, specialists, and healthcare providers to ensure comprehensive and integrated medical care for naval personnel.
  8. Research and Training: Navy Medical Officers are encouraged to engage in research and professional development to stay updated with the latest medical advancements and best practices.
  9. Deployment Support: During naval deployments or operations, Medical Officers are present onboard ships or at naval bases to provide continuous medical support to the personnel.
  10. Leadership and Administration: As they progress in their careers, Medical Officers may take on leadership roles within the Medical Branch, overseeing medical facilities, and managing healthcare resources.

Overall, the role of Pakistan Navy Medical Officers is pivotal in maintaining the health and operational readiness of the naval forces, ensuring that the personnel can perform their duties efficiently while being physically and mentally fit.

Benefits in Pak Navy Medical Officers Branch

  • Total treatment of medical is free for self, and family with parents.
  • Free accommodation for family or house rent allowance after marriage.
  • Well Opportunities for visits/ courses/assignments abroad
  • 50% concession on railway or travelling vouchers for Self/ Family or on travel by Air.
  • Special quota in Behria Colleges, Universities and in different educational institutions.

Bond / Initial Engagement with Pak Navy

  • Selected Candidates sign a contract bond to serve in Pak Navy for at least 07 Yrs after graduation.
  • In case he/ she is not considered suitable in Pak Navy Short Service Commission on medical/ other grounds, he/ she will have to serve as a Civilian Medical Practitioner for 07 years.

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FAQs about Pak Navy Officers Job in Pakistan

GDMO stands for General Duty Medical Officer, while GDDO stands for General Duty Dental Officer. GDMOs are medical doctors who offer general medical care to naval personnel, while GDDOs are dental officers responsible for dental health services.

GDMOs and GDDOs play a crucial role in maintaining the health of naval personnel. They diagnose and treat common illnesses and injuries, conduct medical examinations, and provide preventive healthcare services. GDMOs also participate in medical emergency response and support during naval operations.

The Medical Branch of Pakistan Navy offers opportunities for specialists in various medical fields. These specialists may include surgeons, physicians, anesthesiologists, gynecologists, ophthalmologists, psychiatrists, etc. They provide advanced medical care and expertise to address complex health issues within the naval community.

Yes, specialists in the Medical Branch can achieve high-ranking positions based on their experience, skills, and dedication to service. As they progress in their career and gain expertise, they may be promoted to higher ranks, assuming leadership roles and responsibilities within the medical division.