Indore : The Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission (MPPSC) has disqualified as many as 89 candidates from selection process for insurance medical officer and assistant medical officer posts.

Of the total 89, at least 76 candidates have been disqualified as their marks were below the cut-offs announced by the MPPSC while 13 candidates were debarred from the selection process as they have not submitted requisite academic documents along with the application forms.

The MPPSC, on Tuesday released the list of 76 candidates disqualified from the selection process citing cut-off marks.

The cut-off marks for OBC (open) is 57.97% and SC (open) is 56.65%. All the candidates of ST category, who have applied for the posts, have been selected for interviews.

The MPPSC has sought objections from the disqualified candidates within 15 days. After the deadline, the objections will not be accepted. As many as 252 candidates had applied for 77 vacant posts of insurance medical officer and assistant medical officer of which 163 have been selected for the interview round.

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