Expected Cut off for IBPS VII Clerk Mains- 2018

IBPS clerk exam mains result is one of the most awaited results. Most of the banking aspirant prefer this job since they will be placed in their native state itself. Moreover, it is a non-interview post. Mains Exam has been conducted on January 21st, 2018. Overall the exam was easy to moderate
level. The result will be published on 1st April. One who clears the cutoff mark will be promoted from unemployed status to employed status. Before analysing what will be the range of cut off marks for each state, let us discuss the criteria which are going to decide the cutoff marks.


Main Criteria which decides the cut off marks

Number of vacancies

Of course, only when there is a vacancy , you can fill it. Cut off marks depends on the number of vacancy of a particular state. The state with more number of vacancy will have less cutoff mark compared to the state with less number of vacancy. The state with the most number of vacancy is Tamil Nadu and state with least number of vacancy is Mizoram.

Complexity of the paper

Again, of course, people will score more mark if the level of the question paper is easy. Cut off will be high, when the question paper was easy. At the same time cutoff will be less with tough paper. As I told in the beginning, since the paper is easy to moderate level, the cutoff will surely reflect it.

Number of students competing

Now a days bank exam competition is more. Everyone needs a white collar and 9 to 5 working hours job. Moreover, ladies are preferring this job than any other job. If huge members are competing for the range of cut off will be a sharp curve than a linear one.

Overall section wise expected cutoff marks

Section Cutoff marks
UR OBC SC/ST
English 14- 16 12- 14 8 - 10
Aptitude 20 - 25 18 - 22 13 - 15
Reasoning 15 - 18 13- 16 8- 10
General Awareness 24- 27 20 - 23 14 - 16

Expected state wise mains cutoff out of 100

State Last year
Cutoff marks
Expected cutoff range Vacancy
Andhra Pradesh 39.16 40 - 45 485
Arunachal Pradesh 29.82 30 - 35 8
Assam 37.32 39 - 42 109
Bihar 38.41 40 - 46 227
Chandigarh 37.97 40 -45 34
Chhattisgarh 38.72 45 - 48 118
Delhi 42.41 45 - 48 272
Goa 23.94 25 - 30 41
Gujarat 35.94 37 - 40 487
Haryana 40.97 42 - 47 175
Himachal Pradesh 40.47 43 - 47 73
Jammu & Kashmir 40.28 45 - 48 34
Jharkhand 37.10 40 - 43 127
Karnataka 36.10 36 - 40 554
Kerala 42.03 45 - 47 217
Madhya Pradesh 38.35 41 - 45 290
Maharashtra 35.47 37 - 40 775
Manipur 33.44 37 - 42 11
Meghalaya 37.25 39 - 42 17
Mizoram 25.66 28 - 30 3
Nagaland 35.69 36 - 42 12
Odisha 38.78 42 - 46 196
Puducherry 37.38 42 - 46 46
Punjab 40.28 45 - 47 401
Rajasthan 39.69 40 - 45 344
Sikkim 35.18 37 - 40 11
Tamil Nadu 39.88 40 - 46 1277
Telangana 38.13 42 - 45 344
Tripura 38.78 45 - 48 18
Uttar Pradesh 39.28 42 - 45 665
Uttarakhand 40.50 45 - 47 78
West Bengal 40.47 42 - 45 417


Conclusion

Above mentioned cutoff is just expected one, based on the previous year cutoff marks and available vacancy as of now and complexity of the question paper. If vacancy increases further, then cutoff will decrease. Original cut off marks will be released by IBPS on 1st April 2018. Till then you have to be patient and should prepare for the forthcoming exams. All the best for all the banking aspirants for upcoming results and exams from Bank Exams Today Team!!!

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