The Cutoff of IBPS RRB Mains 2017 for Officers Scale I, II and III will be released in the month of December 2017. The mains qualified candidates will be selected for the interview round. The cutoff is defined as the least possible marks which are compulsory for the aspirants to score in the entrance examination. These scores are needed to obtain by the students so as to become eligible for the next round of admission. It is noted that marks for the reserved category are usually less than the cutoff for the general category students.
About the Exam:-
• The aspirants interested for the Office Assistants Post have to go through Preliminary and Mains Examination.
• And aspirants interested for the Officers Scale-I post, have to go through Preliminary, Mains and Interview.
• Candidates interested for the Officers Scale- II and Officers Scale- III post have to go through Single Online Examination and Interview.
Influential Factors: -
It is quite obvious that the exam cutoff is determined by analyzing the various aspects. These factors can greatly influence the cutoff marks by making it as high or as low. Not all, but some of them are listed here.
• Hardness level of the exam
• Number of seats available
• Previous year trends in the cutoff
• Marking scheme
• Reservation norms
• Number of exam takers
• Highest score in the exam etc
How to Download Cutoff List?
Procedure to download the same is given below:
• Visit the official website of IBPS 2017.
• Select the CWE RRB Section.
• Click on the IBPS RRB
Mains 2017 Cutoff link.
• Enter the required following details:
Date of Birth
• The cutoff list will get opened on your computer screen.
• Download it and take printout for future reference.
• The aspirants must qualify in the main examination and must be sufficiently high in the merit list to get shortlisted for next selection round.
• Marks obtained in the online mains examination will not be disclosed with the aspirants shortlisted for interview, till the completion of the interview process.
• Only qualifying in the individual tests may not be enough as students need to score sufficiently high in the merit list to be called for interviews.