IBPS Cut Off 2024: Check Cut Off Marks for PO, Clerk, RRB & SO Exams Here

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection 2024 ( IBPS )

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Exam On: 24 Aug '24 - 31 Aug '24

Dewesh Nandan Prasad

Dewesh Nandan PrasadAssociate Senior Executive

Updated on Apr 9, 2024 12:13 IST

IBPS Cut Off 2024: The Institute of Banking Personnel (IBPS) releases the IBPS Cutoff for various exams-IBPS PO, Clerk, RRB and SO along with the scorecard. The section-wise, category-wise, and state-wise IBPS cut-off marks are released separately for different posts and stages of exams. To check IBPS cutoff 2024 for various exams, candidates need to enter their registration number or roll number and date of birth or password. IBPS cutoff is applied to the total marks and section-wise marks. Candidates securing equal to or more than the IBPS cut-off 2023 are declared qualified at each stage of selection. In this article, we have discussed regarding IBPS cut-off for various exams.

IBPS PO (Probationary Officers/Management Trainee)

IBPS Clerk

IBPS RRB (Officers Scale-I, II & III) and Office Assistant (Multipurpose)

IBPS SO (Specialist Officers)

Q:   What after the declaration of IBPS Clerk result?

A:

IBPS Clerk result is announced online on the official website for different stages of exams. Based on IBPS Clerk prelims result, candidates are selected for the Mains exam. The marks obtained in the prelims exam are not counted for the final list. The final selection of candidates is done based on the marks obtained in the Mains exam.

 

Q:   What is IBPS Clerk job profile?

A:

IBPS Clerk is an entry-level post. IBPS Clerk is a post that offers a lot of learning as well as opportunities. The job profile of IBPS Clerk is given below: Verification of various documents and proofs submitted by the customers Responsible for bank cash, various important documents, keys, etc. Sanctioning of withdrawals by the customers Maintaining the various documents of the bank, balance sheets, ledger, etc. Resolving the various issues of the customers Issuing of Demand Drafts (DDs), bank accounts for the customers, cash receipts, etc. Providing information about the latest schemes and government policies Providing guidance to customers relating to various banking activities Attending to treasury works Updating the passbooks of account holders Resolving queries of the customers Miscellaneous tasks.

 

Q:   What is the tie-breaking policy of IBPS PO?

A:
In the event of two or more candidates having obtained the same score, merit order is decided as per date of birth (the candidate senior in age is placed before/ above the candidate junior in age), as per the prevailing practice. A candidate belonging to reserved category, selected on the basis of norms as applicable to General Category, will be treated at par with a General category candidate. Such own merit candidates belonging to reserved categories who are provisionally allotted under unreserved (General) category will not be adjusted against a reserved post. However, their original category as registered in the online registration will remain unchanged.
 

What is the Cut off Marks for IBPS Exam?

IBPS cut-off marks are minimum qualifying marks that candidates need to secure to qualify for the exam and become eligible for the next round of the selection process. Candidates need to secure IBPS cutoff marks to qualify for each stage of selection- mains, and interview. The cutoff marks of the prelims exam are not considered for final selection.

How to Check IBPS Cut-Off 2024?

The IBPS cut-off is released after the release of the scorecards for various exams  Candidates can follow the steps below to check the cut-off marks of the IBPS exam:

  • Visit the official website
  • Click the scorecard link
  • Enter the registration number or roll number and date of birth or password
  • In the scorecard, candidates will also find the cut-off marks
  • Check the cutoff marks as per the category

What are the Factors that Affect IBPS Cut Off?

The cut-off is determined based on the following factors:

  • Number of vacancies
  • The difficulty level of the exam
  • Number of test-takers

Q:   What is IBPS PO score calculation process?

A:
IBPS PO scores are calculated based on the marking scheme prescribed by the examination authority. For correct answers, candidates score one mark whereas 0.25 marks are deducted for wrong answers. Candidates need to secure the desired score inorder to qualify the exam. The scores of candidates are calculated based on the following method: The corrected scores obtained by each candidate in different sessions of the exam are normalised using the equi-percentile method. The normalised marks are used to announce the result Scores upto two decimal points are taken for the purpose of calculations The corrected scores are calculated based on the number of correct and incorrect answers.
 

Q:   What is IBPS PO normalisation of marks?

A:
IBPS calculates the IBPS PO marks of the candidates through a method called normalisation that help candidates to get a rounded-up figure. Since the exam is conducted in multiple shifts and days the difficulty level of the question paper varies from one shift to another. Normalisation of score is done to balance and assist in fair evaluation. This method is followed both for prelims and Mains exams. Some of the benefits of normalisation are given below: The first assumption made for normalisation of marks is that the candidates across all the shifts of the exam have similar abilities The number of candidates appearing in the exam conducted by IBPS in large shifts is randomly done.
 

Q:   Are the marks of IBPS PO prelims exam considered for final merit list?

A:
No, the marks of IBPS PO prelims exam are not considered for the final merit list. For provisional allotment of candidates, only the marks obtained in Mains and interview are considered. IBPS PO scores are calculated out of 100 marks. The marks obtained in the prelims exam are taken into consideration to select candidates for the Mains exam. The prelims exam is qualifying in nature. It is just to screen candidates for the Mains exam. Candidates need to qualify the prelims exam inorder to get shortlisted for the Mains exam. Candidates need to secure the desired cut off marks to get shortlisted for the Mains exam.
 

IBPS 2024 Exam Dates & Schedule

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

DatesPast Exam Dates

16 Jan '24 -

21 Jan '24

IBPS SO Prelims Result 2023

IBPS Cut Off: Normalisation

Normalisation is the standard method followed to calculate the marks of candidates where the exam is conducted in multiple shifts. This is done to adjust the variations in the difficulty level of the question paper. IBPS cut-off is calculated after normalizing the marks of candidates.

IBPS Cut-Off Applicability 

The cut off is applied to the following:

Individual scores: The sectional cut-off is the minimum score that candidates need to obtain in the respective sections of the paper.

Total scores: The overall cut off is the minimum aggregate marks that candidates have to score in the exam.

IBPS Cut Off: Stages of Exam

The cut off is released for the following stages of the exam:

Prelims exam: On the basis of the prelims cutoff, candidates are shortlisted for the mains exam.

Mains exam: Based on IBPS cut off for mains exam, candidates are selected for interviews. The cutoff of the mains exam is also taken into consideration for the final merit list.

Final selection: The final cut off is decided based on the mains exam and interview.

IBPS Cut off for Various Exams

The cut off for various exams is explained below:

IBPS PO Cut Off

IBPS PO cut off is released for prelims, mains, and final selection. IBPS PO cut off for the preliminary exam is calculated out of 100 marks. The mains cut off is determined out of 225. The minimum qualifying marks in the interview will not be less than 40 per cent for the general category while 35 per cent for SC / ST/ OBC/ PWBD. The provisional allotment cut off is decided based on the mains exam and interview. The previous year's IBPS PO Cut off for prelims, mains exams, and final selection is given below:

IBPS PO 2023 Prelims Cut Off

Category Cut-Off Marks

Gen

49.75

SC

46.75

ST

40.75 

OBC

49.75

EWS

49.75

HI

17.50

OC

32.75

VI

24.75

ID

19.75

IBPS PO Cut Off

The IBPS PO 2023 mains cut off was released on the official website of IBPS:

Category Cut Off Marks (Out of 225)
General 71.25
OBC 69.75
SC 59.25
ST 53.25
EWS 70.50
HI 37.75
OC 50.50
VI 66.25
ID 36

Also Read: IBPS PO Cut off

Q:   What was IBPS PO prelims cut off in 2022?

A:

IBPS PO prelims cut off 2022 for General category was 49.75. The cut off for SC and ST was 46.75 and 40.75, respectively. The cut off for EWS was 49.75. The category-wise IBPS PO prelims cut off is given below.

Category

Cut-Off Marks

Gen

49.75

SC

46.75

ST

40.75 

OBC

49.75

EWS

49.75

HI

17.50

OC

32.75

VI

24.75

ID

19.75

 

Q:   What was IBPS PO Mains cut off in 2022?

A:

IBPS PO Mains cut off 2022 was calculated out of 225 marks. The cut off for the General category was 71.25 whereas it was 69.75 for OBC. IBPS PO Mains cut off for SC category was 59.25 whereas it was 53.25. The category-wise IBPS PO Mains cut off is given below.

Category

Cut Off Marks (Out of 225)

General

71.25

OBC

69.75

SC

59.25

ST

53.25

EWS

70.50

HI

37.75

OC

50.50

VI

66.25

ID

36

 

Q:   What was IBPS PO prelims cut off in 2021?

A:

IBPS PO prelims cut off 2021 was calculated out of 100 marks. IBPS PO 2021 cut off for the General category was 50.50. The cut off for SC category was 44.50. The cut off for ST category was 38.00. The cut off for OBC category was 50.50. The cut off for EWS category was 50.50.

Category

Cut-offs on Total (Out of 100)

Scheduled Caste (SC)

44.50

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

38.00

Other Backward Classes (OBC)

50.50

Economically Weaker Section (EWS)

50.50

General (Gen)

50.50

Hearing Impaired (HI)

20.75

Orthopaedically Challenged (OC)

42.00

Visually Impaired (VI)

37.00

Intellectual Disability (ID)

20.75

 

IBPS Clerk Cut Off

IBPS Clerk cut off is released for prelims and mains exam. The cut off of the mains exam is considered for the final merit list. IBPS Clerk cut off for prelims is determined out of 100 marks. The cut off for the mains exam is calculated out of 200 marks. Candidates can check below the IBPS clerk 2023 cut off for the prelims:

IBPS Clerk 2023 Prelims Cut Off

State/UT General EWS/SC/OBC/ST

Andhra Pradesh

76.5 

EWS- 76.5
OBC- 76.5

Assam

80.75

EWS-80.75
ST- 75.75

Bihar

87.75

OBC- 82.50
SC- 71.75

Chhattisgarh

81.25

 

Chandigarh

 

 

Delhi

84.50 

EWS- 84.25

Gujarat

81

OBC- 81
SC- 81

Goa

 

 

Himachal Pradesh

86.50

 

Haryana

85.5 

 

J & K

 

 

Jharkhand

84.75 

 

Kerala

85.5 

OBC- 85.5

Madhya Pradesh

85

OBC- 85

Maharashtra

75.5

SC- 75.50

Manipur

 

SC- 70 

Odisha

87.50

 

Punjab

83.25 

OBC- 80.25

Rajasthan

86.25

 

Karnataka

74.75

 

Telangana

 

OBC- 68.25

Uttar Pradesh

84 

OBC- 81.5
SC- 74.25

Uttarakhand

89.50

 

West Bengal

86

SC- 78.25
EWS- 82.50
ST- 70.50

Tamil Nadu

78

OBC- 78

Sikkim

 

 

Lakshadweep

 

ST- 43.5

IBPS Clerk 2021 Mains Cut off (Maximum Marks Out of 100)

States/UTs SC ST OBC EWS UR

Andaman & Nicobar

NA

NA

32.88

NA

30.75

Andhra Pradesh

29.38

21.38

35.38

31.13

35.63

Arunachal Pradesh

NA

17.63

NA

26.25

30.75

Assam

26.88

23.13

26.13

28.38

32

Bihar

22.38

27.38

33.88

36.68

37.63

Chandigarh

28.25

NA

32.50

35.63

38.63

Chattisgarh

23

16.25

33.63

29

33.50

Dadar & Nagar Haweli

NA

NA

NA

NA

30

Delhi

27.63

24.38

31.88

35.50

38.88

Daman & Diu

NA

NA

NA

NA

30

Goa

NA

20.13

31.25

30.38

32.13

Gujarat

26.63

19.50

29.38

31.75

35

Haryana

28.50

NA

31.38

35.75

39

Himachal Pradesh

27.50

30.13

30.25

37.63

40

Jammu & Kashmir

27.50

14

22.63

23.13

32

Jharkhand

20.38

18.13

32.38

30.88

35.88

Karnataka

27.88

20.88

32.88

30

33.50

Kerala

24.13

19.88

35.25

28.88

37.50

Ladakh

NA

29.88

NA

NA

24.50

Lakshadweep

NA

11

NA

NA

23.50

Madhya Pradesh

23.13

19.75

29.75

29.63

35.63

Maharashtra

31.13

20.25

33.13

31.50

34.38

Manipur

31.63

32.38

NA

NA

35.25

Meghalaya

NA

27.25

31.25

32

30.38

Mizoram

NA

23.13

NA

NA

19.50

Nagaland

NA

25.63

NA

24.13

29.38

Odisha

21.25

14.63

34.13

33.13

36.88

Puducherry

24.25

NA

30.88

23

30.75

Punjab

25

NA

30.25

34.13

38.50

Rajasthan

26.50

24.88

36.88

35.25

40

Sikkim

19.50

16.75

25.38

22.88

31

Tamil Nadu

25.13

14.38

36

19.88

36

Telangana

30.38

28.25

34.88

29.75

34.88

Tripura

26.13

14.75

NA

26.13

32.38

Uttar Pradesh

23.38

24.75

30.38

33.25

36.63

Uttarakhand

29.25

26.88

34.50

36.63

39.25

West Bengal

27

23.13

29.13

29.88

37.75

IBPS Clerk 2021 Mains Cut off (Minimum Marks Out of 100)

States/UTs SC ST OBC EWS UR

Andaman & Nicobar

NA

NA

32.88

NA

37.13

Andhra Pradesh

35.13

35.63

45.25

39.63

54.38

Arunachal Pradesh

NA

40.88

NA

26.25

36.63

Assam

35.13

33.88

42.50

35.13

44.88

Bihar

36.38

33.63

42.38

42

49.88

Chandigarh

33.63

NA

39.75

35.63

52.88

Chattisgarh

36.50

33.38

39.38

37.50

52

Dadar & Nagar Haweli, Daman & Diu

NA

NA

NA

NA

38.50

Delhi

41.50

38.25

47.13

46.75

56.63

Goa

NA

28.38

33

32.50

47.50

Gujarat

38.38

34

41.63

40.50

48.50

Haryana

43.50

NA

44

45.13

56.88

Himachal Pradesh

39.75

41.75

42.25

44.88

51.50

Jammu & Kashmir

35

26.13

32.50

30.25

48.13

Jharkhand

34

38

43.38

45.50

50.25

Karnataka

37.38

33.50

40.13

35.75

52.88

Kerala

34.25

21.75

43.38

43.13

51.88

Ladakh

NA

31.25

NA

NA

36.13

Lakshadweep

NA

17.13

NA

NA

28.75

Madhya Pradesh

43.25

40.88

43.38

44.75

52.75

Maharashtra

43.50

35

46.63

44

54.50

Manipur

31.63

34

NA

NA

40.38

Meghalaya

NA

31.63

31.25

32

38.63

Mizoram

NA

31.38

NA

NA

28.13

Nagaland

NA

32.38

NA

26.50

33.25

Odisha

36.75

36.50

45

44.88

50.38

Puducherry

33.13

NA

35.25

30.50

44.88

Punjab

45

NA

45.38

50.75

55.13

Rajasthan

45.75

35

43.75

41.75

49.75

Sikkim

23.50

24.50

33.88

28.25

40.25

Tamil Nadu

41.38

32.75

47.63

40

54.13

Telangana

38.25

35.63

41.50

38.50

53.38

Tripura

31.50

27.25

NA

33.38

42.25

Uttar Pradesh

44.25

37.88

44.13

47.38

54.38

Uttarakhand

42.13

38.38

41.63

44.25

48.88

West Bengal

43

36.50

42.88

47.13

55.13

Also Read: IBPS Clerk cut off

Q:   What are IBPS Clerk cut off marks?

A:

IBPS Clerk cut off marks are the minimum qualifying marks that candidates need to secure inorder to qualify the exam. The cut off is applied on overall score and section-wise score. Based on the cut off marks, candidates are selected for the subsequent rounds of selection. IBPS Clerk cut off is released separely for the prelims and mains exams. Candidates need to secure the cut off marks at each stage of selection process. Candidates securing equal to or more than the cut off marks are declared qualified in the exam. IBPS Clerk cut off for the prelims exam are calculated out of 100 marks. The cut off for the mains exam are calculated out of 200 marks. 

 

Q:   How is IBPS Clerk cut off calculated?

A:

IBPS Clerk cut off for the prelims exam is calculated out of 100. The Mains exam cut off is calculated after normalising the marks out of 100. The cut off is applied on overall/state-wise cutoff marks and sectional cut off. The overall cutoff is decided by the examination authority based on the total score of the exam. The overall cutoff is decided by the examination authority based on the total score of the exam. Candidates need to secure the section-wise and overall cut off marks in the exam. To qualify the exam, candidates need to secure the required cut off marks as per their category in the exam.

 

Q:   Does IBPS release any cut off marks for the reserve list?

A:
Yes, IBPS Clerk cut off is also released for the reserve list. Candidates from the reserve list are offered allotment as per the requirement of the banks. The reserve list cut off remains valid for a financial year. A reserve list to the extent of approximately 10 percent of the vacancies under each category is kept, subject to the availability of candidates.
 

IBPS RRB Cut Off 2024

IBPS RRB cut off is released separately for Officers Scale I, II, III and Office Assistant (Multipurpose). The prelims cut off is released for Officers Scale I and Office Assistant (Multipurpose). The mains cut off is released for Officers Scale I and Office Assistant. The single level exam cut off is released for Officers Scale II and III. The final cut off for Office Assistant is released based on mains exam. The final cut off for Officers Scale I, II and III is released based on mains exam and interview. Candidates can check below IBPS RRB final cutoff 2021 for various posts.

IBPS RRB Final Cutoff 2021 for Officers Scale I (Maximum Marks)

State/UT SC ST OBC  EWS General
Andhra Pradesh 54.38 53.98 56.08 55.82 68.20
Arunachal Pradesh NA 42.80 NA NA 48.60
Assam 51.48 49.80 54.60 49.80 61.65
Bihar 47.08 49.30 56.10 56.20 67.80
Chhattisgarh 48.82 46.60 50.65 50.35 70.12
Gujarat 50.82 43.28 52.30 50.30 60.90
Haryana 57.95 45.92 73.98 55.20 70.52
Himachal Pradesh 58.98 53.98 53.12 57.35 65.15
Jammu & Kashmir 55.50 44.35 54.65 53.68 63.40
Jharkhand 48.08 47.58 52.15 52.75 69.75
Karnataka 51.72 50.25 52.10 52.15 68.70
Kerala 52.52 44.6 57.85  58.98 70.98 
Madhya Pradesh 53.50  54.98  55.50  54.82  64.10 
Maharashtra 52.68  48.05  52.90 53.05  67.32 
Manipur NA  NA  NA NA  NA
Meghalaya 35.85  44.60  41 NA  51.42 
Mizoram NA 50.65  30.78  31.88 50.62
Nagaland NA  43.82  NA  NA  NA 
Odisha 55.15  49.82  53.08  53.08 63.55
Puducherry NA  NA  50.85  NA  63.02 
Punjab 52.02  NA  59.42  56.05  67.72
Rajasthan 58.70 57.22  59.35  58.02  67.88
Tamil Nadu 56.18  43.08  57.60  56.08  67.48 
Telangana 53.02  54.70  56  55.05  69.82 
Tripura 47.52  44.45  51.48  49.75  61.22 
Uttar Pradesh 53.25  49.85  53.82  53.78 73.62 
Uttarakhand 51.18  51.58  54.08  53.90 68.20 
West Bengal 53.85 47.38  60.30  56.42 65.68

IBPS RRB Final Cutoff 2021 for Officers Scale I (Minimum Marks)

State/UT SC ST OBC  EWS General

Andhra Pradesh

45.55

42.68

52.20

52.52

55.50

Arunachal Pradesh

NA

42.80

NA

NA

48.60

Assam

43.15

43.38

44.98

45.38

49.92

Bihar

41.75

40.08

51.85

53.18

55.82

Chhattisgarh

39.90

41.35

45.32

45.62

51.10

Gujarat

43.65

37.25

46.18

48.02

51.02

Haryana

46.82

38.38

50.12

53.35

55.92

Himachal Pradesh

46.12

49.02

45.72

53.70

57.52

Jammu & Kashmir

46.50

40.30

45.82

49.90

54.92

Jharkhand

38.95

42.70

47.28

48.68

52.85

Karnataka

43.18

41.25

48.88

48.70

51.20

Kerala

45.28

36.05

53.58

46.88

57.90

Madhya Pradesh

42.25

38.22

48.80

50.85

52.98

Maharashtra

47.90

35.25

50.40

49.60

52.58

Manipur

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

Meghalaya

35.85

44.60

38.30

NA

45.80

Mizoram

NA

50.65

28.80

31.88

44.68

Nagaland

NA

38. 72

NA

NA

NA

Odisha

44

37.65

50.40

51.32

53.25

Puducherry

NA

NA

NA

50.85

51.08

Punjab

46.20

NA

49.80

54.28

57.28

Rajasthan

48.28

46.28

53.52

55.80

58.62

Tamil Nadu

49.72

36

56.22

51.60

57.60

Telangana

48.82

45.10

53.78

52.58

55.42

Tripura

44.75

40.72

47.42

45.15

52.48

Uttar Pradesh

42.40

37.10

47.72

50.98

53.50

Uttarakhand

45.65

44.02

48.72

53.15

57.88

West Bengal

44.42

38.70

46.50

49.40

53.18

IBPS RRB Final Cutoff 2021 for Officers Scale 2 and 3 (Maximum Marks)

Posts SC ST OBC  EWS General

Officer Scale-II (GBO)

51.65

52.02

54.10

51.18

68.52

Officer Scale-II (IT)

48.45

45.05

55

49.35

70.75

Officer Scale-II (CA)

31.10

NA

38.85

40.30

48.75

Officer Scale-II (Law)

38.15

36.90

41.90

NA

46.95

Officer Scale-II (Treasury Manager)

NA

NA

32.50

NA

49.40

Officer Scale-II (Marketing Officer)

39.70

NA

46.40

NA

57.05

Officer Scale-II (Agricultural Officer)

43.75

NA

47.35

47.50

52.20

Officer Scale III

47.85

42.35

51.25

43.50

59.48

IBPS RRB Final Cutoff 2021 for Officers Scale 2 and 3 (Minimum Marks)

Posts SC ST OBC  EWS General

Officer Scale-II (GBO)

39.10

37.98

45.78

41.05

49.12

Officer Scale-II (IT)

44.40

38.55

46.60

45.75

48.30

Officer Scale-II (CA)

31.10

NA

30.70

40.30

42.90

Officer Scale-II (Law)

35.80

31.55

33.85

NA

39.95

Officer Scale-II (Treasury Manager)

NA

NA

32.50

NA

24.75

Officer Scale-II (Marketing Officer)

37.40

NA

45.05

NA

47.30

Officer Scale-II (Agricultural Officer)

43

NA

44.95

47.50

46

Officer Scale III

42.22

34.88

43.70

36.40

47.78

IBPS RRB Cutoff for Office Assistant  (Maximum Marks)

State/UT SC ST OBC  EWS General

Andhra Pradesh

63.19

62.72

69.16

66.13

79.69

Arunachal Pradesh

NA

42.91

NA

NA

55.57

Assam

60.50

58.22

60.35

60.97

73.57

Bihar

64.16

57.16

70.03

65.10

75.85

Chhattisgarh

60.03

46.91

NA

59

78.60

Gujarat

60.60

52.85

62.69

61.38

74.28

Haryana

77.97

NA 

65. 50

65.82

80.35 

Himachal Pradesh

66.07

59.44

64.35 

69.47 

74.63 

Jammu & Kashmir

60.91

54.72

60.94 

65.07 

71.19 

Jharkhand

57.78

50.94

62.41

62.57

74.25

Karnataka

59.88 

59.85 

62.07 

60.97

74.35

Kerala

67.50 

49.03 

67.03 

71.85

78 

Madhya Pradesh

62

63.16 

64.60 

65.66 

70.19 

Maharashtra

62 

55.50

67.25 

64.44 

76.32

Manipur

NA 

55.03

63.19 

NA

64.03 

Meghalaya

NA 

52.50 

40.91 

NA

58.57

Mizoram

NA

56.94

40.60 

NA 

56.50

Nagaland

NA 

51.82

NA 

NA 

NA 

Odisha

69.28

60.16

64.57 

64.38

69.85 

Puducherry

63

NA

62.57 

NA 

70.91

Punjab

63.91 

NA 

67 

66.94 

75.91

Rajasthan

69.16 

68.03 

66.25 

63.75 

73.53

Tamil Nadu

65.63 

49.66 

71.85 

63.88 

76.25

Telangana

61.35 

60.75

67.97

62.28 

80.88

Tripura

57.35

56

NA 

54.32 

68.53

Uttar Pradesh

69.97 

54.44

68.16 

64.66

77.47

Uttarakhand

53.97

53.22 

63.41

73.85

75.72 

West Bengal

64.07

56.63

67.91

64.60

77.25

IBPS RRB Cutoff for Office Assistant  (Minimum Marks)

State/UT SC ST OBC  EWS General

Andhra Pradesh

53.03

47.85

61.85

60.35

62.97

Arunachal Pradesh

NA

42.91

NA

NA

50.50

Assam

51.88

47.44

54.75

55.78

60.97

Bihar

43.97

41.53

57.88

60.69

62.32

Chhattisgarh

48.25

39.91

NA

53.47

60.22

Gujarat

57.13

42.72

58.50

59.53

63

Haryana

50.85

NA

58.03

61.94

65.94

Himachal Pradesh

51.44

50.03

54.50

58.69

66.32

Jammu & Kashmir

49.47

38.38

48.35

54

61.35

Jharkhand

44.94

44.16

58.50

60.53

64.88

Karnataka

51.25

44.32

57.28

57.16

60.85

Kerala

52.32

41.44

60.72

53.82

64.50

Madhya Pradesh

50

43.32

59.13

61.10

63.22

Maharashtra

57.78

41.44

59.75

58.69

62.72

Manipur

NA

55.03

59.60

NA

59.60

Meghalaya

NA

47.66

40.91

NA

49.57

Mizoram

NA

48.22

40.60

NA

49.85

Nagaland

NA

51.22

NA

NA

NA

Odisha

51.19

44.47

63.32

60.75

64.72

Puducherry

51.41

NA

58.25

NA

53.19

Punjab

51.16

NA

59.85

64.72

67.03

Rajasthan

49.97

47.69

60.69

60.60

64.35

Tamil Nadu

54.88

46.91

65.03

54.82

66.10

Telangana

52.19

51.22

60.28

57.78

62.22

Tripura

53.44

35.25

NA

51.10

58.50

Uttar Pradesh

50.72

42.13

56.25

60.10

64.72

Uttarakhand

49.72

53.22

55.94

62.50

67.60

West Bengal

55.13

49.57

55

56.91

64.28

Also Read: IBPS RRB Cutoff

Q:   When will IBPS RRB cut off 2023 be released?

A:

IBPS RRB cut off is announced by IBPS for different stages of recruitment. IBPS RRB Clerk cut off is released for prelims and Mains exams whereas IBPS RRB PO cut off is released for prelims exam, Mains exam and final allotment. IBPS RRB cut off for Officers Scale II and III is released for single online exam and final allotment. IBPS RRB prelims cut off 2023 for PO and Clerk will be released in September. IBPS RRB mains/single online exam cut off for Officers Scale 1, 2 and 3 will be released in October. IBPS RRB final allotment cut off 2023 for all the posts will be released in January 2024. It is mandatory to secure the sectional as well as the overall cut off marks in the prelims and Mains exams. The cut off for the prelims exam are not counted for the final merit list. IBPS RRB cut off for the Mains exam is counted for provisional allotment for the post of Office Assistant/Clerk. IBPS RRB cut off for the Mains and interview is counted for provisional allotment for the posts of Officers Scale 1, 2 and 3. Minimum qualifying marks in interview is not less than 40 per cent (35 per cent for SC/ST/OBC/PwBD candidates). 

 

Q:   How is the cut-off of IBPS RRB calculated?

A:

IBPS RRB cut off is the minimum qualifying marks which candidates need to secure inorder to qualify the exam. IBPS RRB cut off is applied on different sections and overall/total marks. IBPS RRB cut off for the prelims exam is calculated out of 80 marks. IBPS RRB Mains cut off is calculated out of 200 marks. The provisional allotment cut off is calculated out of 100 marks. Candidates securing equal to or more than the cut off marks are declared qualified in each stage of selection process. As the exam is conducted in different shifts, the cut off is calculated after normalising the marks of candidates. Normalisation of IBPS RRB cut off is done to maintain transparency in the examination process.

 

Q:   What was IBPS RRB PO Mains cut off in 2022?

A:

The section-wise and state-wise IBPS RRB PO mains cut offs announced in 2022 are given below.

State-Wise Cut off

State/UT

UR

SC

ST

OBC

EWS

Andhra Pradesh

83.13

68.69

88.19

88.19

88.19

Arunachal Pradesh

82.06

56.19

82.06

82.06

82.06

Assam

75.13

76.56

81.63

85.63

85.63

Bihar

73.31

59.63

92.69

92.69

92.69

Chhattisgarh

73.88

89.31

88.56

89.31

89.31

Gujarat

82.25

64.44

88.63

88.63

88.63

Haryana

83.94

65.19

92.25

99.94

99.94

Himachal Pradesh

97.50

94.13

97.63

105.94

107.44

Jammu & Kashmir

74.56

78.88

84.75

86.75

89.31

Jharkhand

74.94

78.44

93.13

92.19

95.81

Karnataka

65.19

65.19

65.19

65.19

65.19

Kerala

67.94

47.31

91.94

76.25

91.94

Madhya Pradesh

77.81

70.94

93.13

93.13

93.13

Maharashtra

86.00

69.63

86

86

86

Manipur

60.50

60.50

60.50

NA

60.50

Meghalaya

57.38

86.06

82.69

86.06

86.06

Mizoram

59.13

NA

69.44

NA

NA

Nagaland

NA

82.88

NA

NA

NA

Odisha

74.38

58.25

89.50

89.50

89.50

Puducherry

89.75

89.75

89.75

89.75

89.75

Punjab

77.56

96.75

87.81

96.75

96.75

Rajasthan

81.56

78.56

96.94

96.94

96.94

Telangana

81.50

81.56

82.88

82.88

82.88

Tripura

78.19

77.25

82.81

76.63

88.69

Uttar Pradesh

81.94

62.44

91.25

96.31

96.31

Uttarakhand

81.13

74.63

82.38

99.06

103.44

West Bengal

80.75

63.81

83.56

88.50

95.06

Section-Wise Cut off

S No

Name of Test

Max. Marks

Qualifying Scores

SC/ST/OBC/PWD

EWS/General

1

Reasoning

40

16

18.50

2

Computer Knowledge

40

3.50

06

3

General Awareness

40

01

2.50

4 (a)

English Language

40

5.75

9.50

4 (b)

Hindi Language

40

10.25

13.25

5

Quantitative Aptitude

40

5.75

8.50

 

 

IBPS SO Cut Off 2024

IBPS SO is released for prelims, mains and final provisional allotment. Candidates can check below the previous year's IBPS SO cut off for prelims exam, mains, and interview.

IBPS SO Prelims Cutoff

Posts Name SC ST OBC UR EWS

IT Officer

66.25

54.63

66.38 

66.38 

64.50

Agricultural Field Officer

21.25

21.25

21.25

21.25

21.25

Rajbhasha Adhikari

19.88

17.25

20.13 

20.13

18

Law Officer

40.25

33 

42 

42.38

34.63

HR/Personnel Officer

40.50

40.50 

 40.50

40.50

38.75

Marketing Officer

24

23.63 

24 

24

24

IBPS SO Mains Cutoff

Posts Category
UR SC ST OBC EWS HI OC VI ID

IT Officer (Scale I)

10.50

6.25

6.25

10.25

9.50

6.25

6.25

7.25

6.50

Agriculture Field Officer (Scale I)

27.75

27.75

23.75

27.75

27.75

18.75

25.75

25.25

19.25

Rajbhasha Adhikari (Scale I)

23.25

23.25

22.25

23.25

23.25

NA

19.50

30.75

NA

Law officer (Scale I)

17.75

13.50

13.50

13.50

17.25

NA

19.50

13.75

NA

HR/Personnel Officer (Scale I)

23.75

23.25

22.50

23.75

23.75

NA

16.50

18.50

25.00

Marketing Officer (Scale I)

16.25

16.25

16.25

16.25

16.25

13.00

16.75

12.50

13.25

IBPS SO Final Cutoff

Posts Category
UR SC ST OBC EWS HI OC VI ID

IT Officer (Scale I)

39.20

27.47

28.53

34.60

35.07

28.60

26

36.67

22.33

Agriculture Field Officer (Scale I)

63.87

56.67

53

63.47

62

46

58.87

58.07

40.07

Rajbhasha Adhikari (Scale I)

61

59.40

56.33

62.33

46.27

NA

65.67

81.33

NA

Law officer (Scale I)

52.60

37.07

31.13

44

40.40

NA

51.33

26.33

NA

HR/Personnel Officer (Scale I)

60.20

50.47

49.33

56.33

54.53

NA

41.47

46

NA

Marketing Officer (Scale I)

54.20

49.80

46.67

50.27

42

27.73

41.60

40.53

28.47

Also Read: IBPS SO Cutoff

IBPS Cut off 2024 FAQs

Refer IBPS Cut Off FAQS Here 

Q:   How many banks participate in the recruitment process of IBPS Clerk?

A:

A total of 11 public sector banks participate in the recruitment process of IBPS Clerk. The list of participating banks is given below 1) Bank of Baroda 2)Canara Bank 3) Indian Overseas Bank 4) UCO Bank 5)Bank of India 6) Central Bank of India 7) Punjab National Bank 8)Union Bank of India 9) Bank of Maharashtra 10) Indian Bank 11) PSB The selection process of IBPS Clerk comprises prelims and mains exams. The marks obtained in the prelims exam are not counted for the merit list. The marks obtained in the mains exam are counted for the merit list. The prelims and mains exams are conducted online. The selection process is carried out by IBPS. However, joining letters and verification of eligibility is done by the participating banks.

 

Q:   What was IBPS PO final cut off 2022?

A:

IBPS PO final cut off 2022 was calculated out of 100 marks. The final cut off is the combined scores of the Mains exam and interview out off 100. The category-wise cut off marks is given below.

Category

SC

ST

OBC

EWS

UR

Maximum Scores

48.98

47.09

51.16

49.24

57.62

Minimum Scores

38.02

36.24

41.38

41.76

43.47

 

Q:   How is the provisional allotment through IBPS PO exam done?

A:
The provisional allotment is subject to the candidate fulfilling the criteria for Participating Banks and identity verification to the satisfaction of the allotted bank. This does not constitute an offer of employment. In case it is detected at any stage of the recruitment process that, the candidate does not satisfy the eligibility criteria his/her candidature/ chance in the process shall stand cancelled. IBPS PO final allotment is done based on the performance in the Mains exam and interview. As the provisional allotment will be made to participating banks on merit cum preference basis, once the provisional allotment is made, no request for change shall be entertained. Any request for change shall result in cancellation of candidature.
 

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BTech in Computer Science/ Applications, IT, Electronics, Electronics & Telecommunications, Electronics & Communication or Electronics & Instrumentation

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Postgraduation in the above-mentioned field

Or

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Postgraduation in Hindi with English as a subject at the Graduation level

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Postgraduation in Sanskrit with English and Hindi as subjects at the Graduation level 

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Graduation in law (LLB) (The person should be enrolled as an advocate with the Bar Council)

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Graduation with two-years full-time PG degree or Diploma in Personnel Management, Industrial Relations, HR, HRD, Social Work or Labour Law

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