DSSSB Cut Off 2024: Post-wise Expected & Previous Year Cutoff Marks

Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board 2024 ( DSSSB )

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Updated on May 1, 2024 11:26 IST

DSSSB Cut-Off 2024 is released by the Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB) along with the result of the examination. The DSSSB Cutoff is released post-wise and category-side. The DSSSB PGT Cut Off 2024 was released for various posts including Stenographer (English), Stenographer (Hindi), EVGC Female and Male and various PGT posts including Chemistry, Geography, Fine Art, Engineering Drawing, Economics, Biology, History and many more. Candidates can check their DSSSB Cutoff 2024 on the official website of DSSSB. DSSSB releases the cutoff along with the DSSSB Result 2024. Candidates who are able to obtain the cut-off marks are provisionally selected for recruitment by the board. 

Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB) is responsible for conducting the recruitment exams for various posts under several departments of the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi (GNCT of Delhi). DSSSB recruitment exams are conducted every year to fill vacancies for the posts of PGT, TGT, Assistant Teacher (Primary), Assistant Teacher (Nursery)CounselorJr. Secretariat Assistant (LDC), Head Clerk, Patwari, JE, AE, and others.

Read below for more details on the DSSSB 2024 cut-off.

Q:   What is the DSSSB cut-off?

A:

The DSSSB (Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board) Cut-off is the minimum score that a candidate must obtain in order to qualify for the next stage of the selection process or for final selection. The cut-off is decided by the board based on various factors such as the number of candidates appearing for the exam, the difficulty level of the exam, and the number of vacancies available for the post. The cut-off may also vary for different categories and posts.

The cut-off is usually released along with the result or soon after the result declaration. It is important to note that the cut-off may change every year depending on the various factors affecting the exam.

Candidates are advised to check the official notification of the particular post they have applied for to know the details of the selection process, including the cut-off. They should aim to score above the cut-off to increase their chances of selection. It is also important to note that the cut-off is only a minimum requirement, and candidates must score as high as possible to improve their chances of selection.

 

Q:   When will the DSSSB cut-off be released?

A:

The cut-off for DSSSB (Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board) exams is usually released along with the result or soon after the result declaration. The cut-off is the minimum score that a candidate must obtain in order to qualify for the next stage of the selection process or for final selection.

The cut-off is determined by various factors, such as the number of candidates, the difficulty level of the exam, and the number of vacancies available for the post. The board also takes into account the reservation policy and other factors while deciding the cutoff.

It is important to note that the cut-off may vary for different categories and posts. Candidates are advised to check the official notification of the particular post they have applied for to know the details of the selection process, including the cut-off.

 

Q:   What is the marking scheme of DSSSB Exam?

A:

The marking scheme of DSSSB (Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board) Exam varies for different posts and exams. However, in general, the DSSSB Exam follows a marking scheme of +1 mark for each correct answer and a penalty of 0.25 marks for each incorrect answer. This means that if a candidate answers a question correctly, he/she will be awarded one mark, and if a candidate answers a question incorrectly, 0.25 marks will be deducted from his/her total score.

The DSSSB Exam generally consists of objective-type multiple-choice questions (MCQs), and the total number of questions and marks vary for different posts and exams. The exam may also have negative markings for incorrect answers, and the board may release separate cutoff marks for different categories and posts.

Candidates are advised to check the official notification of the particular post they have applied for to know the details of the marking scheme and the selection process. It is important for candidates to be familiar with the marking scheme and exam pattern to prepare effectively for the exam and score well.

 

Q:   Is there any sectional cut-off in DSSSB?

A:

Yes, the DSSSB (Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board) exam has sectional cut-offs for some of the posts. The sectional cut-off is the minimum score that a candidate must obtain in each section of the exam to qualify for the next stage of the selection process. The board decides the sectional cut-off for each section of the exam based on various factors such as the difficulty level of the questions, the number of candidates appearing for the exam, and the number of vacancies available for the post.

It is important to note that not all posts have sectional cut-offs, and the cut-offs may vary from post to post. Candidates are advised to check the official notification of the particular post they are applying for to know the details of the selection process, including the cut-offs.

 

How to Check DSSSB Cut-Off 2024?

Candidates can check the DSSSB Cutoff by following the steps mentioned below.

  • Visit the official website- dsssb.delhi.gov.in
  • Click on the 'Results' tab
  • Click on the 'Latest Result' link
  • Scroll and click on the post-wise result link
  • Go through the result PDF containing the DSSSB Result 2024 and cut-off marks
  • Download the cut-off marks

Q:   Who decides the DSSSB Cut-off?

A:

The DSSSB (Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board) Cut-off is decided by the board based on various factors such as the number of candidates appearing for the exam, the difficulty level of the exam, and the number of vacancies available for the post. The board also takes into account the reservation policy and other relevant factors while deciding the cut-off.

The cut-off is the minimum score that a candidate must obtain in order to qualify for the next stage of the selection process or for final selection. The cut-off may vary for different categories and posts, and the board may release separate cut-offs for each category.

Once the exam is conducted and the results are declared, the board analyses the performance of the candidates and decides the cut-off. The board may also consult with subject matter experts and other stakeholders while deciding the cut-off.

 

Q:   How can I check the DSSSB cut-off?

A:

You can check the DSSSB (Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board) Cut-Off by following these steps:

  1. Go to the official website of DSSSB 
  2. Click on the "Results" tab on the homepage
  3. Look for the link to the result or cut-off that you want to check and click on it
  4. On the result or cut-off portal, enter your login credentials such as your registration number, roll number, or date of birth, as specified on the screen
  5. Click on the "Submit" button
  6. The cut-off will be displayed on the screen along with other details such as the number of candidates, the category-wise cut-off, and other relevant information
  7. You can download and take a printout of the cut-off for future reference

It is important to note that the cut-off may vary for different categories and posts, and candidates should check the official notification of the particular post they have applied for to know the details of the selection process, including the cut-off.

 

Q:   Does DSSSB release the cut-off marks separately for Tier 1 and Tier 2 exams?

A:

Yes, DSSSB (Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board) releases separate cutoff marks for Tier 1 and Tier 2 exams for certain recruitment posts. The cutoff marks for Tier 1 exam are generally lower than that of Tier 2 exam, as the former is considered as a qualifying exam for the latter. Candidates who clear the Tier 1 exam by scoring above the cutoff marks are eligible to appear for the Tier 2 exam.

The cutoff marks are released separately for different categories such as General, OBC, SC, ST, and other reserved categories. The cutoff marks are also released separately for different posts based on the number of vacancies and the difficulty level of the exam.

It is important to note that the cutoff marks may change every year depending on the various factors affecting the exam. Candidates are advised to check the official notification of the particular post they have applied for to know the details of the selection process, including the cutoff marks for both Tier 1 and Tier 2 exams.

 

DSSSB 2023 Dates

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of DSSSB 2024 exam

DatesPast Exam Dates

05 Apr '23

DSSSB Junior Secretariat Assistant Final Result

Factors Affecting DSSSB Cut-Off 2024

DSSSB Cut-Off varies regularly because of many factors which are listed below:

  • The difficulty level of the examination
  • The number of applicants that appeared for the examination
  • The number of vacancies announced by DSSSB for a particular post.
  • The Category to which the candidate belongs

Q:   Will I get a job after obtaining DSSSB cut-off marks?

A:

Obtaining the DSSSB (Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board) Cut-off marks does not guarantee a job. It is only the minimum score that a candidate must obtain in order to qualify for the next stage of the selection process or for final selection.

The selection process for DSSSB recruitment posts generally includes multiple stages such as a written exam, physical test, skill test, or interview, depending on the post. Candidates who score above the cut-off marks in the written exam are eligible to appear for the next stage of the selection process.

The final selection is based on various factors such as the candidate's performance in the written exam, physical test, skill test, or interview, along with their eligibility for the post, reservation policy, and other relevant factors.

Therefore, obtaining the DSSSB Cut-off marks is only a part of the selection process, and it does not guarantee a job.

 

Q:   Is the DSSSB cut-off released along with the result?

A:

Yes, the DSSSB (Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board) Cut-off is usually released along with the result or soon after the result declaration. The cut-off is the minimum score that a candidate must obtain in order to qualify for the next stage of the selection process or for final selection.

The cut-off is determined by the board based on various factors such as the number of candidates appearing for the exam, the difficulty level of the exam, and the number of vacancies available for the post. The board also takes into account the reservation policy and other relevant factors while deciding the cut-off.

Once the exam is conducted and the results are declared, the board analyses the performance of the candidates and decides the cut-off. The cut-off is usually released on the official website of DSSSB or other reliable sources along with the result.

 

Q:   How is the DSSSB cut-off determined?

A:

The DSSSB (Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board) Cut-off is determined by the board based on various factors such as the number of candidates appearing for the exam, the difficulty level of the exam, and the number of vacancies available for the post. The board also takes into account the reservation policy and other relevant factors while deciding the cut-off.

The cut-off is the minimum score that a candidate must obtain in order to qualify for the next stage of the selection process or for final selection. The cut-off may vary for different categories and posts, and the board may release separate cut-offs for each category.

Once the exam is conducted and the results are declared, the board analyses the performance of the candidates and decides the cut-off. The board may also consult with subject matter experts and other stakeholders while deciding the cut-off.

 

DSSSB Post-wise Cut-off 2024

Go through the post-wise and category-wise cut-off marks below for the DSSSB exams. 

DSSSB PGT Previous Year Cut-Off 2023

Candidates can find the detailed DSSSB PGT Previous Year Cut-Off below.

Post Gender UR OBC SC ST PH
Physical Education Female 121.75 106.25 90.5 97 96.82(VH)
Male 151.75 126 122.25 91.75 -
PGT Fine Arts Female 148.49 115.13 119.40 101.75 -
PGT Urdu Male 185.25 127 - - -
PGT Music Male 123.75 - - - -
PGT Chemistry Male 157.02 141.47 124.67 94.57 -
PGT Hindi Male 211.83 181.25 193.33 186.90 -
PGT Commerce Male 174.16 158.56 143.71 90.86 -
PGT Biology Female 158.78 134.70 122.41 96.57 93.81(VH)
PGT Physics Male 197.45 185.20 - - -
PGT Geography Female 155.56 125.25 122.73 121.72 -
PGT English Female 120.50 106.57 91.67 92.24 94.19(OH)
Male 150.5 119 124.5 95.25 123(OH)
PGT Political Science Male 160 130 139 133 145.75(OH)
Female 146 129.25 125.5 97 101.75(VH)

DSSSB PRT, TGT Previous Year Cut-Off 2023

Candidates can find the detailed DSSSB PRT, TGT Previous Year Cut-Off below.

Posts Gender UR OBC SC ST PH
TGT Social Science Female 97.69 88.19 89.13 73.95 75.63(OH)/71.62(VH)
Male 86 71.75 83 74 81.75(OH/VH)
TGT Maths Male 82.05 81.41 60.78 73.32 76(OH)
TGT Natural Science Female 103.54 95.04 88.15 70 77.22(OH)
Male 80.96 73.73 85.45 69.31 73.06(OH)
TGT Punjabi Female 81.75 71.25 70 - 68.75(OH)
TGT Hindi Female 131.29 125.01 117.75 109.90 100.12(OH),95.33(VH)
TGT English Female 100.25 79.25 75 60.5 65.75(OH), 75(VH)
PRT . 117.52 98.50 94.23 60.75 88.17 PH(OH) 60.98 PH(VH)
Jr. Stenographer . 102 71.5 71.25 82.75 -
Legal Assistant . 87.75 72.75 75 - -
Section Officer . 88.75 - - - -
Junior Telephone Operator . 83.50 70 - - -

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DSSSB Exam Pattern 2024

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DSSSB Cut-off 2024 FAQs

Candidates can read DSSSB Cut-off 2024 FAQs below.

Q:   Is it necessary to obtain DSSSB cut-off marks?

A:

Yes, it is necessary to obtain DSSSB (Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board) Cut-off marks to qualify for the next stage of the selection process or for final selection. The cut-off marks are the minimum score that a candidate must obtain in order to qualify for the next stage of the selection process or for final selection.

Candidates who score above the cut-off marks are eligible for the next stage of the selection process, which may include a written exam, physical test, skill test, or interview, depending on the post. Candidates who do not score above the cut-off marks are not eligible to appear for the next stage of the selection process. 

Therefore, it is important for candidates to aim to score above the cut-off marks to increase their chances of selection. The DSSSB Cut-off marks are decided by the board based on various factors such as the number of candidates appearing for the exam, the difficulty level of the exam, and the number of vacancies available for the post.

 

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