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Salam dear senior members,
Can anyone tell what is the criteria for weight?And those prestigious members who have passed medical tests if they would explain all the procedue of the test that will be helpfull in this case and will make everyhting clear for those who are worried.
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The panel has a standard weight chart ( weight to height ratio ) easily available online. If someone is found over weight or under weight he/she is given ample time to come upto the required standards.

Height and weight chart for men.

HEIGHT SMALL FRAME MEDIUM FRAME LARGE FRAME
5'2 128 - 134 131 - 141 138 - 150
5'3 130 - 136 133 - 143 140 - 153
5'4 132 - 138 135 - 145 142 - 156
5'5 134 - 140 137 - 148 144 - 160
5'6 136 - 142 139 - 151 146 - 164
5'7 138 - 145 142 - 154 149 - 168
5'8 140 - 148 145 - 157 152 - 172
5'9 142 - 151 148 - 160 155 - 176
5'10 144 - 154 151 - 163 158 - 180
5'11 146 - 157 154 - 166 161 - 184
6'0 149 - 160 157 - 170 164 - 188
6'1 152 - 164 160 - 174 168 - 192
6'2 155 - 168 164 - 178 172 - 197
6'3 158 - 172 167 - 182 176 - 202
6'4 162 - 176 171 - 187 181 - 207





STANDARD WEIGHT CHART FOR WOMEN

Height In
Feet & Inches




Small Frame Medium Large
4'10" 102-111 109-121 118-131
4'11" 103-113 111-123 120-134
5'0" 104-115 113-126 122-137
5'1" 106-118 115-129 125-140
5'2" 108-121 118-132 128-143
5'3" 111-124 121-135 131-147
5'4" 114-127 124-138 134-151
5'5" 117-130 127-141 137-155
5'6" 120-133 130-144 140-159
5'7" 123-136 133-147 143-163
5'8" 126-139 136-150 146-167
5'9" 129-142 139-153 149-170
5'10" 132-145 142-156 152-173
5'11" 135-148 145-159 155-176
6'0" 138-151 148-162 158-179

This is just an example taken randomly from a website.You can check for yourself as well.
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attention doctors if a lady has gone through c-section during the birth of her child.she ll be declared medically fit or unfit? bcoz this line confuses me
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that the candidate is not ruptured ;
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attention doctors if a lady has gone through c-section during the birth of her child.she ll be declared medically fit or unfit? bcoz this line confuses me
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that the candidate is not ruptured ;
As far as i know the c-section operation for child birth does not render one medically unfit for the job. As the basic purpose of the check up to see if any one is physically impaired or has had a surgery which would limit his/her abilities in performing his/her duties. And i do not see the Aforementioned surgery as falling into that category.I don't see you having problem with thing!

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aoa.

comon gurl after c-section one is not "ruptured" infact she is "stitched" and "perfectly fit" !!
provided that standards of haemoglobin, blood pressure and post-natal weight is normal/undercontrol and same applies to BSR, ESR and pulse rate, eyesight etc.

plus a "mother" who has ssuccesfully undergone a C-Section only shwz that she is more than fit for any kind of daring job (Mahsallah).Only the above-mentioned factors have to taken under consideration.

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Salamunalaikum Everyone! Is there anyone who can tell me about colour blindness and disqualification? I mean to say that if someone is colourblind, which groups he would be considered disqualified for?? As far as i have read in the prospectus, colourblind can not opt for railway otherwise they can opt for all other groups. It is important to mention here that i m talking about colour blindness not night blindness as the later renders one disqualified for groups like psp, dmg, and railways.

i would also appreciate of someone comments on exophoria and its relation with disqualification.


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aoa.

hope everything at ur end iz goin jus f9 doctor sahb.

in my humble opinion color blindness is not an obstacle in the way of achievin any group. however police group can b an exception as the rules say that it shall be an army-type medical test. but there is no vivid point that tendz to reject a candidate with color blindness as in the case of army medical assessment.

moreover the rules say that "Night blindness will be a cause of rejection for District Management Group, Police Service of Pakistan, Customs and Excise Group and Railways (Commercial and Transportation) Group”
but it has not gone through ma notice that such thignz are associated with color blindness as well.

now as far as ur query about exophoria is concerned the rules say that

"The candidate’s eyes will be submitted to a general examination directed to the detection of any disease of abnormality. The candidate will be rejected if he/she suffers from any squint or morbid conditions of’ eyes, eyelids or contiguous structures, or such a sort as to render, or to be likely at a future date to render him/her unfit for service."

now as far as i know about exophoria it is some disease of the eye in which eye develops a tendency to squint, and when covered it tendz to turn outwardz. now it is very morbid or not u can better tell as u r the doc!

howeva in ma opinion exophoria is mroe likely to create problem for a css candidate during medical examination rather than color blindness.

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As far as i have read in the prospectus, colourblind can not opt for railway otherwise they can opt for all other groups.
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You are right, this happened to be the case with one of our bacth mates. He received a letter from the commission that due to 'partial colour blindness' he was unfit for Railways group.
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Is Tooth decay a serious medical Problem?

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aoa

no tooth decay is not a very seriouse problem..but it can turn out to b one if it is increasin ur ESRs to a considerable extend.

usually the doctor for ur general medial assessment checks casually via a torch about the condition of ur teeth and donot object unless it is sumfin very big like about half ov the teeth decayed or sumfin like that.

moreover for better clarity read the followin piece from the CSS medical rules.

To be passed as fit for appointment a candidate must be in good mental and bodily health and free from any physical defect likely to interfere with the efficient performance of the duties of his/her appointment

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It is amazing that a Player who has undergone C-Section, won for the first time a Grand Slam in the US open History. There could be no other example than the comeback queen Kim Clisjters of Belgium has shown, which portrays the fitness and physically robustness. She has indeed displayed a marvellous performance at the flushing meadows. So C-Section should not be a big issue as far as criteria for fitness is concerned.
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