SSC CHSL Cut Off 2020: Cut Off is the minimum qualifying marks that candidates need to score to appear for the next round of the exam so that he gets a chance to complete the exam process. The category wise cut off is released along with the result of the exam. Candidates can check the cut-off below. There is no sectional cut off in SSC exams. Here, we have discussed the cut-off.

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SSC CHSL Cut Off 2020

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) every year to various posts such as DEO, Postal Assistant, LDC, and Sorting Assistant. The SSC CHSL Examination is conducted on three levels: Tier-1, Tier-2, and Tier-3. The Cut-Off for SSC CHSL(Combined Higher Secondary Level) 2020 Tier 1 is available here.

SSC CHSL Cut Off 2020-21

SSC releases cut-off marks for the SSC CHSL exam with the result of the exam. The cut-off is released with the result of that stage officially on its official website. The SSC CHSL Exam 2020 was of easy to moderate level in all shifts.

 

Post Name SSC CHSL Expected Cut Off
[UR category]
UR 159.52440
SC 136.10355
ST 127.32836
OBC 156.10198
EWS 149.98152
ESM 87.32036
OH 124.36599
HH 81.08020
VH 123.78857
Other PwD 74.32943

Factors affecting the Cut-off

SSC CHSL cut off is calculated considering the following factors:

  • The difficulty level of the exam
  • The number of candidates who appeared for the test
  • Number of vacancies

SSC CHSL 2020 Important Dates

SSC CHSL 2020 Important Dates
Prelims Admit Card 01st October 2020
Prelims Exam Date 17th, 18th, and 19th March 2020 and
12th to 26th October 2020
Prelims Answer Key November 05, 2020
Prelims Result Date January 15, 2021

Use of SSC CHSL Previous Year Cut Off:

  1. For candidates’ convenience and prediction in their next round, they may check the previous year SSC CHSL Cut Off given in the subsequent paragraph
  2. The candidates can thus draw parallels for their scores. Subject wise and Category wise SSC CHSL Cut Off has been depicted below
  3. Cut Off will also be a guide to the candidates along with SSC CHSL Result, where students can check their final qualification into the next round/final selection
  4. The cut off has been mentioned category wise for the mentioned previous year
  5. The cut off also decides the final selection of the candidates, which is based on the consolidated score of Tier-1 and Tier-2 Result.

SSC CHSL Tier 2 Previous Year Cut Off 2018

SSC CHSL Cut-off for 2018 has been released by SSC. The Cut-Off table for SSC CHSL 2018 Tier 2 exam is mentioned below.

Category SC ST OBC VH OH HH Ex.S GEN EWS
DEO (Other than C&AG) # # 243.43 # # # # 252.06 #
DEO in C&AG 181.48 185.15 212.09 # 184.41 148.04 152.55 223.60 215.89
LDC/JSA/PA/SA 143.93 133.80 167.07 123.54 139.36 93.50 97.82 190.33 161.31

SSC CHSL Tier 1 Previous Year Cut Off 2018-19

SSC CHSL Tier 1 Cut-off for  2018 has been released by SSC. The Cut-Off table for SSC CHSL 2018-19 Tier-1 exam is mentioned below.

Category SC ST OBC VH OH HH Ex.S GEN EWS
DEO (Other than C&AG) 178.45 181.47
DEO in C&AG 145.52 136.74 161.72 129.42 98.86 117.13 165.93 163.75
LDC/JSA/PA/SA 110.09 99.09 133.74 84.87 102.75 58.43 56.11 135.60 127.25

SSC CHSL Tier-I Previous Year Cut Off 2017-18

The table below depicts the SSC CHSL Tier-1 Cut Off for the year 2017-18.

SC ST OBC UR ExS OH HH VH TOTAL
Cut-Off
Marks
122.50 112.00 139.00 143.50 83.00 111.50 73.50 95.50
Candidates
Available
8152 3959 15984 14371 3898* 904 545 605 48404*

Category wise SSC CHSL 2016-17 Tier-I Cut-Off

Category wise Cut-Off marks distribution for candidates are given below:

Category SC ST OBC VH OH HH Ex.S GEN Total
Cut-Off Marks 108.00 99.00 120.00 96.00 97.50 65.00 64.50 127.50
No. of Candidates 7879 3509 20813 436 1123 509 4415 14517 53201

Category wise Tier-I cut-off for different posts filled through SSC CHSL 2016 Exam

The different posts of SSC CHSL 2016 were filled by various category candidates. This is depicted in the following table:

Category SC ST OBC VH OH HH Ex.S GEN
DEO 110-124 96-101 119-137 91-100 94-102 74-87 77-84 129-138
LDC 112-129 104-109 122-141 101-110 98-104 79-97 81-94 130-140
Postal/Sorting Assistant 115-129 107-111 125-131 103-113 99-107 78-87 90-95 132-145

Category wise SSC CHSL 2016-17 Final Cut-Off

The category-wise breakup of the candidates selected for the posts of Lower Division Clerk, Court Clerk, Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant, and Data Entry Operator is as follows:
SSC CHSL 2016-17 Final Cut-Off for Lower Division Clerk

Category UR SC ST OBC TOTAL Ex. S OH HH VH
Vacancies 13 03 02 07 25 00 00 00 01
Recommended Candidates 13 03 02 07 25 00 00 00 01

SSC CHSL 2016-17 Final Cut-Off for Postal Assistant / Sorting Assistant

Category UR SC ST OBC TOTAL Ex. S OH HH VH
Vacancies 1840 474 237 744 3295 323 37 38 38
Recommended Candidates 1840 474 237 744 3295 323 37 38 38

SSC CHSL 2016-17 Final Cut-Off for Lower Division Clerk

Category UR SC ST OBC TOTAL Ex S OH HH VH
Vacancies 252 75 38 135 500 50 05 05 05
Recommended Candidates 99 28 10 86 223 04 03 01 05

Candidates must check the SSC CHSL Cut-off for their respective category to confirm their qualification for the Tier-2 Examination.  SSC CHSL Tier-2 Exam is of qualifying nature and is intended to test elementary language skills to re-categorize the post as Group-C and given job requirements.
A well-prepared exam comprises thorough knowledge of the syllabus, previous year papers, and/ or mock papers.
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1. Consider the following cases and choose the correct answer from the given options.
1. In the Alakh Alok Srivastava case, the Supreme Court of India intervened to ensure the availability of basic amenities such as food and medicines during travel and transit of migrant workers.
2. In the Harsh Mander case, while highlighting the right to health and equity, the petitioners stated before the Supreme Court that migrant workers needed money apart from food and shelter homes in order to return home safely.
3. They argued that under Section 12 of the Disaster Management Act, 2005, stranded workers should be given salaries and relief by the government.
Options:
(a) 1 and 2 only
(b) 2 and 3 only
(c) 2 only
(d) 1, 2 and 3

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2. Consider the following statements regarding Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi.
1. Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi is a central sector scheme under the government of India which provides income support to the farmers and their families.
2. Under the scheme, income support of 10,000/- per year in three equal instalments is provided to small and marginal farmer families having combined landholding/ownership of up to 5 hectares.
3. State Governments and UT administrations will identify the farmer families which are eligible for support as per scheme guidelines.
4. The fund will be directly transferred to the bank accounts of the beneficiaries.
Options:
(a) 1 and 2 only
(b) 1 and 3 only
(c) 1, 3 and 4 only
(d) 1, 2, 3 and 4

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(a) Rajasthan
(b) Maharashtra
(c) Madhya Pradesh
(d)Odisha

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4. Abraham Accords were signed between which of the following countries?
1. Israel
2. United Arab Emirates
3. Qatar
4. Saudi Arabia
Choose the correct option:
(a) 1 and 2 only
(b) 2 and 3 only
(c) 1 and 3 only
(d) 2 and 4 only

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5. Consider the following statements with respect to the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund (PMNRF).
1. The initial purpose of the fund was to help people displaced due to the partition of India and Pakistan.
2. The resources of the PMNRF are utilized primarily to render immediate relief to families of those killed in natural calamities.
3. PMNRF has not been constituted by the Parliament.
4. Home Minister is the Chairman of PMNRF.
Which of the given statements is/are correct?
(a) 1, 2 and 3 only
(b) 1, 3 and 4 only
(c) 2 and 4 only
(d) 3 and 4 only

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6. Which among the following public sector unit is set to invest Rs.1.22 lakh crore by 2023-24, to achieve 1 billion tons of fuel output?
(a) SAIL
(b) NTPC
(c) Coal India
(d) ONGC

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7. Which among the following Union Territories of India have joined in the ‘One Nation One Ration Card’ Scheme?
(a) Puducherry and Andaman & Nicobar
(b) Ladakh and Puducherry
(c) Lakshadweep and Andaman & Nicobar
(d) Ladakh and Lakshadweep

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8. Who among is the first and youngest tribal woman in the world to climb six tallest mountain peaks across six continents?
(a) Shivangi Pathak
(b) Aditi Vaidya
(c) Malavath Poorna
(d) Anuja Vaidya
9. Every year National Youth Day is celebrated on-
(a) December 29
(b) January 12
(c) March 12
(d) February 14

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10. What is Landouria Tonywhitteni that was named after Tony Whitten?
(a) Beetle
(b)Snail
(c) Grasshopper
(d) Snake

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Ans. 1(d), 2(c), 3(a), 4(a), 5(a), 6(c), 7(d), 8(c), 9(b), 10(b)

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IBPS PO Cut Off 2020-21: As the IBPS PO Prelims exam is scheduled for 03rd, 10th, and 11th October 2020 and January 06, 2021. As the exam is concluded, candidates can check the cut-off of the IBPS PO Prelims exam after the release of the scorecard. IBPS has released the PO Prelims result on Jan 14, 2021. Candidates can expect the cutoff in 2-3 days. The cut off will be updated here as soon as it is released on the official website. Candidates can check the cut off to strategize their preparation for the mains exam.

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IBPS PO Cut Off 2020-21

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) release the cut-off of the exam along with scorecard 2021, which is expected to release on January 16, 2021. Candidates can check the previous year cut off below. IBPS releases overall cut-off marks and sectional cut off marks for the PO exam. The candidates who qualify the cut off marks released by the IBPS are going to appear for the Mains Exam. The official cut-off will be available with the scorecard on its official website.
The IBPS PO 2020 Prelims Expected cut off if given below, the cut off will be updated soon here. Stay tuned!
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Factors affecting the IBPS PO Cut off

IBPS PO cut off is calculated considering the following factors:

  • The difficulty level of the exam
  • The number of candidates who appeared for the test
  • Number of vacancies

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IBPS PO Previous Year Cut Off

Category wise cut off for each previous year has been provided. Check below:

IBPS PO 2019 Final Cut Off: Table

Check the final cut off of IBPS PO 2019.

Category SC ST OBC EWS UR OC VI HI ID
Maximum Scores 47.07 50.80 50.22 48.98 60.58 46.38 53.16 42.33 42.04
Minimum Scores 36.02 33.24 40.27 40.82 44.44 36.00 42.18 26.36 28.80

IBPS PO Mains Cut-Off 2019: Section Wise

Section-wise cut off for IBPS PO 2019 Mains has been provided below. Check the given table for the IBPS PO Category Wise Cut Off.

Serial No. Subject Maximum Marks Cut Off (SC/ST/OBC/PwD) Cut Off (General)
1. Reasoning & Computer Aptitude 60 05.50 07.75
2. English Language 40 10.75 14.25
3. Data Analysis & Interpretation 40 02.50 05.25
4. General Economy & Banking Awareness 40 05.00 08.00
5. English Language (Descriptive) 25 08.75 10.00

IBPS PO 2019 Mains Cut-Off: Category-wise

The IBPS PO Mains Exam was 225 Marks. The category wise cut off for the IBPS PO Mains Exam is given below.

Category IBPS PO Mains Cut Off
(Out of 225)
GENERAL 71.25
EWS 65.88
OBC 70.25
SC 55.63
ST 38.13
HI 41
OC 46.13
VI 70.50
ID 45.88

IBPS PO Prelims Cut Off 2019

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the IBPS PO Prelims Cut Off. IBPS PO 2019 Prelims exam was conducted on 12th and 19 October 2019 to recruit 4336 Probationary Officer in the different public sector banks across the country. The result was declared on 01st November.

IBPS PO 2019 Prelims Cut-Off: Category-Wise

Category Cut Off Marks
General 59.75
OBC 59.75
SC 53.50
ST 46.25
EWS 59.75
HI 21.25
OC 44.50
VI 52.25
ID 20.75

IBPS PO 2019 Prelims Cut-Off Score

Subjects English Language Quantitative Aptitude Reasoning Ability Total
Maximum Score 30 35 35 100
Cut Off Score
EWS/UR
10.50 8.75 10.25 59.75
Cut Off Score
SC/ST/OBC/PWBD
6.50 5.25 6.50

Category-wise IBPS PO 2018 Prelims Cut-Off

Category Cut Off Marks
General 56.75
OBC 55.50
SC 49.25
ST 41.75

IBPS PO 2018 Prelims Cut-Off Score For Sections:

Subjects English Language Quantitative Aptitude Reasoning Ability
Maximum Score 30 35 35
General/EWS 08.75 07.75 9.00
SC/ST/OBC/PWBD 06.50 05.25 06.50

IBPS PO Mains Cut-Off 2018-19

Subject wise cut off for IBPS PO 2018-19 Mains has been provided below. Check the given table.

Serial No. Subject Maximum Marks Cut Off (SC/ST/OBC/PwD) Cut Off (General)
1. Reasoning & Computer Aptitude 60 7.50 10.25
2. English Language 40 7.50 11.25
3. Data Analysis & Interpretation 60 2.25 4.50
4. General Economy & Banking Awareness 40 5.00 8.00
5. English Language (Descriptive) 25 8.75 10.00

IBPS PO 2018 Mains Cut-Off: Category-wise

Category Cut Off Marks
GENERAL 74.50
OBC 68.38
SC 56.38
ST 35.75
HI 42.63
OC 53.25
VI 66.88
ID 37.00

IBPS PO Final Cut-Off 2018-19: Category-wise

Category SC ST OBC UR HI OC VI ID
Maximum
Scores
55.34 47.33 53.02 63.91 34.69 50.69 56.11 43.69
Minimum Scores 35.78 31.60 40.29 43.87 25.16 31.36 42.09 20.36

IBPS PO Reserve List Cut-Off 2018-19

Category SC ST OBC UR HI OC VI ID
Minimum
Scores
35.38 31.05 39.91 43.42 NA 30.42 40.71 NA

IBPS PO 2017 Prelims Cut Off:

Cutoff Score For General Category:

Subjects English Language Quantitative Aptitude Reasoning Ability Total
Maximum Score 30 35 35 100
Cutoff Score 05.00 07.75 10.00 42.75

Category-wise Cut-Off for Prelims 2017

SBI PO Cut Off For Reserved Categories is tabulated below:

Category Cut off
Scheduled Caste (SC) 36.00
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 28.50
Other Backward Classes (OBC) 42.25
General (Gen) 42.75
Hearing Impaired 15.75
Orthopaedically Challenged 28.75
Visually Impaired 23.25
Intellectual Disability 17.75

IBPS PO 2017 Mains Cut Off:

Given is the IBPS PO 2017 Mains Cut Off and Score Card. To get a clear idea of the IBPS PO Mains Cut Off, let’s have a look at the Cut-Off mentioned below:

Following are the category-wise cut off of IBPS PO Mains 2017:

Category Cut-Off
GEN 82.00
OBC 75.63
SC 62.50
ST 42.25
VH 77.87
ID 55.00
HI 47.75
OC 59.63

Following are the section-wise/test-wise cut off of IBPS PO Mains 2017:

Serial Number Sections Maximum Marks Cut-Off Marks (SC/ST/OBC/PWD) General
1. Reasoning & Computer Aptitude 60 7.50 10.25
2. General Economy/Banking Awareness 40 8.25 11.25
3. English Language 40 3.25 5.75
4. Data Analysis & Interpretation 60 10.75 14.00
5. English Language (Descriptive) 25 8.75 10.00

IBPS PO Final Cut-Off 2017

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection Board released IBPS PO Final Cut-Off 2017. Through cut-off, candidates can compare their scores and get a fair idea of the minimum qualifying marks required to get the appointment letter from IBPS.

Category Maximum Score Minimum Score
SC 53.20 38.56
ST 54.74 33.73
OBC 57.18 43.02
UR 65.58 47.04
HI 45.42 25.07
OC 51.11 38.53
VI 74.14 45.88
ID 44.38 28.87

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Daily news will speed up the preparation for the Civil Services Examination and it also plays a crucial role to grasp the current affairs topic comprehensively. Here we have covered most of the topics related to various categories including National, International, Sports, Science and Technology, and so on.

 1. Veterans Day

– Indian Armed Forces, celebrating Veteran’s Day on 14 Jan 2021.

– The day was chosen as recognition of the services rendered by the first Commander-in-Chief of Indian Armed Forces, Field Marshal KM Cariappa, OBE who retired on this day in 1953.

– ‘Wreath Laying Ceremonies and Veteran’s Meets’ are being organised in various Military Stations to mark our solidarity towards the Next of Kin (NoK) of our brave hearts and towards our veterans as a mark of respect to their selfless duty and sacrifices towards the Nation.

– Honourable Defense Mantri, Rajnath Singh along with Chief of Defence Staff, General Bipin Rawat will be attending the Veteran’s Meet at Air Force Station, Bengaluru.

–  NoK, Veterans and representatives of various ex-servicemen organisations will be in attendance.

– Celebrations in the National Capital will begin in the morning with the Wreath Laying Ceremony at National War Memorial. Senior military dignitaries selected serving personnel and many veterans will be paying homage at the National War Memorial.

– This event will be followed by a Veteran’s Meet being organised at Raina Auditorium, APS DhaulaKuan which will be attended by all three  Service Chiefs. Admiral Karambir Singh, Chief of Naval Staff will be the Chief Guest for the event.

– Veterans, representatives of ex-servicemen organisations, senior officials of the Ministry of Defence and three Services involved in the welfare of veterans will be in attendance. Entry is restricted and by invitation only due to COVID restrictions.

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2. Light Combat Aircrafts (LCA) ‘Tejas’

– The Cabinet met under the Chairmanship of Prime Minister in New Delhi on 13 January and has approved procurement of 73 LCA Tejas Mk-1A fighter aircraft and 10 LCA Tejas Mk-1 Trainer aircraft at the cost of Rs. 45,696 Crore along with Design and Development of Infrastructure sanctions worth Rs.1,202 Crore.

– Light Combat Aircraft Mk-1A variant is an indigenously designed,  developed and manufactured state-of-the-art modern 4+ generation fighter aircraft.

– This aircraft is equipped with critical operational capabilities of Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) Radar, Beyond Visual Range (BVR) Missile, Electronic Warfare (EW) Suite and Air to Air Refuelling (AAR) would be a potent platform to meet the operational requirements of Indian Air Force, IAF.

– t is the first “Buy (Indian-Indigenously Designed, Developed and Manufactured)” category procurement of combat aircraft with an indigenous content of 50% which will progressively reach 60% by the end of the programme.

Daily Gist of ‘The Hindu’, ‘PIB’, ‘Indian Express’ and Other Newspapers: 12 January, 2021

3. Republic Day Parade

– School children from four Delhi schools and Folk artists from East Zonal Cultural Centre, Kolkata  will take part in the cultural programme during the Republic Day Parade to be held at Rajpath on January 26, 2021

–  Ministry of Defence and Directorate of Education, Government of NCT of Delhi have selected 401 students and artists – 271 girls and 131 boys – from DTEA Senior Secondary Schools, Delhi; Mount Abu Public School, Rohini, Delhi; Vidya Bharti School, Rohini, Delhi; Government Girls Senior Secondary School, B-2, Yamuna Vihar, Delhi and Eastern Zonal  Cultural Centre, Kolkata.

– AATMA Nirbhar Bharat: Vision for a Self Reliant India is the theme of Mount Abu Public School, Delhi and Vidya Bharti School,  Delhi in which  38 boys and 54 girls will participate.

– 102 students of Government Girls Senior Secondary School, Delhi will present a programme on the theme “ Hum Fit  Toh India Fit” inspired by the Fit India Movement launched by Prime Minister  Narendra Modi on National Sports Day on 29th August 2019.

– 127 children from DTEA Senior Secondary Schools, Delhi will showcase folk dances of Tamil Nadu in their traditional attires.

– 80 folk artists of Eastern Zonal Cultural Centre, Kolkata will present the folk dance Bajasal from  Kalahandi, Odisha.

– The number of participating children and folk artists have been cut down to 400 this year, compared to more than 600 last year, in view of the Covid-19 restrictions.

Daily Gist of ‘The Hindu’, ‘PIB’, ‘Indian Express’ and Other Newspapers: 11 January, 2021

4. D Prakash Rao

– The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has expressed grief over the demise of  Shri D Prakash Rao.

– n a tweet, the Prime Minister said, “Saddened by the demise of Shri D Prakash Rao. The outstanding work that has been done will continue motivating people. He rightly saw education as a vital means to empowerment. I recall my meeting with him in Cuttack a few years ago. Condolences to his family and admirers. Om Shanti”.

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5. India at United Nations Security Council (UNSC)

– India, for the eighth time, has entered the United Nations Security Council (UNSC)as a non-permanent member recently. It will stay on the council for two years i.e 2021-22.

– India has served seven times in the UN Security Council.

– During 1950-51, India, as President of UNSC, presided over the adoption of resolutions calling for the cessation of hostilities during the Korean War and for assistance to the Republic of Korea.

– In 1967-68, India co-sponsored Resolution 238 extending the mandate of the UN mission in Cyprus.

– During1972-73, India pushed strongly for admission of Bangladesh into the UN.

– During 1977-78, India was a strong voice for Africa in the UNSC and spoke against apartheid and for Namibia’s independence in 1978.

– During 1984-85, India was a leading voice in UNSC for resolution of conflicts in the Middle East, especially Palestine and Lebanon.

– In 1991-92, participated in the first-ever summit-level meeting of the UNSC and spoke on its role in the maintenance of peace and security.

– In 2011-2012, India was a strong voice for developing world, peacekeeping, counter-terrorism and Africa. The first statement on Syria was during India’s Presidency at the UNSC.

– During the 2011-12 term, India chaired the UNSC 1373 Committee concerning Counter-Terrorism, the 1566 Working Group concerning a threat to international peace and security by terrorist acts, and Security Council 751/1907 Committee concerning Somalia and Eritrea.

Daily Gist of ‘The Hindu’, ‘PIB’, ‘Indian Express’ and Other Newspapers: 9 January, 2021

6. Five Years of Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana

– Recently, the flagship crop insurance scheme of the Government of India – the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) – has completed five years of its launch.

– PMFBY was launched on 13th January 2016.

The scheme was conceived as a milestone initiative to provide a comprehensive risk solution at the lowest uniform premium across the country for farmers.

– Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) provides a comprehensive insurance cover against the failure of the crop thus helping in stabilising the income of the farmers.

– All food & oilseed crops and annual commercial/horticultural crops for which past yield data is available.

Daily Gist of ‘The Hindu’, ‘PIB’, ‘Indian Express’ and Other Newspapers: 8 January, 2021

– The prescribed premium is 2% to be paid by farmers for all Kharif crops and 1.5% for all rabi crops. In the case of annual commercial and horticultural crops, the premium is 5%.

– Premium cost over and above the farmer share was equally subsidized by States and GoI. However, GoI shared 90% of the premium subsidy for the North Eastern States to promote the uptake in the region.

– The scheme was compulsory for loanee farmers availing Crop Loan/Kisan Credit Card (KCC) account for notified crops and voluntary for others.

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IBPS RRB PO Cut off 2020: Cut Off is an important criterion for selection, candidates can direct their preparation for the IBPS RRB after getting the idea of cut off. The IBPS has released the cut off with the scorecard on January 13, 2021 @ibps.in. The IBPS RRB PO Cut off below. Candidates can check state-wise cut off on the page for the IBPS RRB PO Cut Off.

Update: IBPS has released the cut off with the score card of IBPS RRB PO 2020-21.

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IBPS RRB PO Cut Off 2020

The IBPS RRB PO Prelims Exam has successfully been conducted in various centers in five shifts in online mode by following guidelines for social distancing amidst COVID 19 pandemic. Based on the difficulty level of the questions in the sections: Reasoning & Quantitative Aptitude, ibps decide the Cut-Off Marks of the IBPS RRB PO 2020 Prelims Exam.
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IBPS RRB PO Cut Off 2021: Officer Scale 1

IBPS released the overall cut-off marks for the RRB PO prelims exam. The candidates who get through the cut off marks released by the IBPS are shortlisted to appear for the Mains Exam. The cut-off is released with the scorecard of that stage officially on its official website ibps.in IBPS releases both category wise (General, SC, ST, OBC, PwD, EWS) and the state-wise cutoff for. The IBPS RRB PO 2020 Prelims Exam was of easy to moderate level on both the days and in all shifts.

State Cut-off
UP Gen: 47

Obc: 46.75

J& K Gen: 52
Rajasthan Gen/ Obc: 66
Gujarat Gen: 59.75

Obc: 59.75

Andhra Pradesh Gen: 52.75
Odisha Gen: 62.75
Jharkhand Obc: 54 .25
Haryana Gen: 60.50
Bihar Gen: 48
Maharashtra Obc: 47.25
Tamilnadu Obc: 54
Chhattisgarh Gen: 43.25
West Bengal General: 52
Madhya Pradesh 44.25

Note: The Cut-Off for other states will be updated here soon.

Factors affecting the IBPS RRB Cut off

IBPS RRB cut off is calculated considering the following factors:

  • The difficulty level of the exam
  • The number of candidates who appeared for the test
  • Number of vacancies

IBPS RRB PO Previous Year Cut Off

Here, on this page, we have cut off for the previous year for the post of IBPS RRB PO.  The IBPS PO and Clerk Mains Cut Off is given.

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RRB PO Mains Cut-Off 2019

The Cut-Off list for IBPS RRB PO (Officer Scale-I) 2019 Mains exam is provided below. All candidates are required to visit this page regularly to check IBPS RRB 2019 PO & Clerk Cut-Off. Let’s have look at the IBPS RRB PO Mains Cut-Off for the 2019 exam.

States Cut-off
Arunachal Pradesh 66.56
Andhra Pradesh 79.81
Bihar 86.25
Chhattisgarh 84.94
Gujarat 55.19
Haryana 92.19
Himachal Pradesh 91.06
Jammu & Kashmir 93.88
Jharkhand 91.13
Karnataka 57.44
Kerala 95.69
Madhya Pradesh 82.56
Maharashtra 54.75
Manipur 68.63
Meghalaya 63.94
Mizoram 92.94
Nagaland NA
Odisha 80.13
Puducherry 91.19
Punjab 99.19
Rajasthan 88.69
Tamil Nadu 86.00
Telangana 71.56
Tripura 60.44
Uttar Pradesh 87.81
Uttarakhand 102.81
West Bengal 87.44
Assam 74.56

State-wise IBPS RRB PO Cut Off 2019: Prelims

The IBPS RRB PO Prelims is of 100 Marks.

State Cut-off
Uttar Pradesh 58.75
Haryana 64.5
Madhya Pradesh 54.75
Karnataka 46.25
Gujarat 43.50
Telangana 54
Bihar 58
Andhra Pradesh 58.50
Uttarakhand 65
Odisha 55.75
Himachal Pradesh 59.75
Tamil Nadu 55.25
Rajasthan 58.50
West Bengal 55.25
Punjab 63.50
Assam 41.50
Chhattisgarh 55.50
Jammu & Kashmir 55.25
Kerala 61
Maharashtra 56
Jharkhand 59.5

IBPS RRB PO Cut Off For Prelims: Comparison

IBPS RRB Cut Off Prelims – Officer Scale I
State Name Year (UR Cut Off)
2019 2018
Andhra Pradesh 58.50 52.50
Assam 41.50 29.25
Bihar 58 45
Chhattisgarh 55.50 53.50
Gujarat 43.50 48.25
Haryana 64.50 57
Himachal Pradesh 59.75 57.95
Jammu & Kashmir 55.25 47.25
Jharkhand 59.5 55.00
Karnataka 46.25 44.25
Kerala 61 57.50
Madhya Pradesh 54.70 51.35
Maharashtra 56 47.50
Punjab 63.50 54.75
Odisha 55.75 50.50
Rajasthan 58.50 50.50
Tamil Nadu 55.25 43.25
Telangana 54 45.25
Uttar Pradesh 58.75 50
Uttarakhand 65 54
West Bengal 55.25 48.50

IBPS RRB PO Cut Off: Previous Year

IBPS RRB PO Prelims Cut Off 2018: Officer Scale 1, 2 & 3

IBPS RRB PO (Officer Scale I) Prelims Examination 2018 was conducted in August.

IBPS RRB PO Prelims Cut-Off 2018:

The Cut-Off list for IBPS RRB PO 2018 Prelims exam is mentioned below.

State Cut-off
Uttar Pradesh 50.00
Haryana 57.00
Maharashtra 47.50
Karnataka 44.25
Gujarat 48.25
Telangana 45.25
Bihar 45.00
Andhra Pradesh 52.50
Uttarakhand 54.00
Odisha 50.50
Himachal Pradesh 59.75
Tamil Nadu 43.25
Rajasthan 50.50
West Bengal 48.50
Punjab 54.75
Chhattisgarh 53.50
Tripura 29.25
Jammu & Kashmir 47.25

IBPS RRB PO 2018 Cut-Off: Officer Scale 1, 2 & 3

State-wise cut off for IBPS RRB PO (Officer Scale 1) Mains 2018

The IBPS RRB PO Mains Exam 2018 Cut Off has been tabulated below:

State Cut Off
Andhra Pradesh 89.31
Bihar 81.69
Chhattisgarh 103.89
Gujarat 86
Haryana 100.63
Himachal Pradesh 99.50
Jammu 91
Jharkhand 92.63
Karnataka 82.75
Kerala 92.75
Madhya Pradesh 97.06
Maharashtra 85.25
Odisha 86.38
Rajasthan 91.38
Tamil Nadu 58.56
Telangana 81.63
Uttar Pradesh 89.69
Uttarakhand 100.13
Assam 83.31
Manipur 59.88
Mizoram 70.25
Nagaland 76.63
Puducherry 65
Punjab 99.81
Tripura 78.69
West Bengal 92.06

Candidates must check the IBPS RRB Cut off 2019 for their respective categories to confirm their selection in the Examination.

Previous Year Cut-Off: IBPS RRB Cut-Off 2017-18

The IBPS RRB Cut Off for the year 2017-18 has been tabulated below. Check for IBPS RRB Prelims Cut Off 2017-18:

State/ UT Category
SC ST OBC UR
ANDHRA PRADESH 36.65 30.98 41.75 44.12
ARUNACHAL PRADESH NA NA NA NA
ASSAM NA NA 43.58 47.90
BIHAR 43.30 40.50 50.35 52.30
CHATTISGARH 37.98 34.10 44.60 47.80
GUJARAT 43.45 33.05 46.80 48.58
HARYANA 39.78 34.35 44.62 49.00
HIMACHAL PRADESH 41.72 36.68 45.00 48.92
JAMMU & KASHMIR 43.88 36.92 51.35 54.35
JHARKHAND 39.32 36.52 46.90 51.22
KARNATAKA 35.45 33.58 39.62 41.25
KERALA 36.48 28.08 43.32 46.20
MADHYA PRADESH 43.28 35.20 47.52 49.98
MAHARASHTRA 45.42 35.25 45.45 47.40
MANIPUR 37.42 40.00 41.30 41.30
MEGHALAYA 29.10 38.02 30.78 37.15
MIZORAM NA 36.42 NA 38.98
ODISHA 34.72 31.90 41.90 44.65
PUDUCHERRY NA NA 45.75 46.35
PUNJAB 38.28 26.80 45.42 49.30
RAJASTHAN 47.18 44.75 51.55 54.20
TAMIL NADU 42.15 32.90 46.15 46.95
TELANGANA 39.12 35.92 43.25 44.75
TRIPURA 40.55 32.72 38.78 45.18
UTTAR PRADESH 42.38 35.25 46.12 49.82
UTTRAKHAND 41.68 40.72 45.85 51.65
WEST BENGAL 39.20 34.58 41.05 45.98
NAGALAND NA 41.52 NA NA

IBPS PO 2017 Prelims Cut Off:

IBPS PO Cutoff 2017 For General Category:

Subjects English Language Quantitative Aptitude Reasoning Ability Total
Maximum Score 30 35 35 100
Cutoff Score 05.00 07.75 10.00 42.75

Category-wise IBPS PO Cut-Off Prelims

Category Cut off
Scheduled Caste (SC) 36.00
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 28.50
Other Backward Classes (OBC) 42.25
General (Gen) 42.75
Hearing Impaired 15.75
Orthopaedically Challenged 28.75
Visually Impaired 23.25
Intellectual Disability 17.75

Category-wise cut off of IBPS PO Mains 2017

Category Cut-Off
GEN 82.00
OBC 75.63
SC 62.50
ST 42.25
VH 77.87
ID 55.00
HI 47.75
OC 59.63

Section-wise cut off of IBPS PO Mains 2017

The table below shows the cut off for IBPS PO Mains Exam 2017-18:

S.No. Sections Maximum Marks Cut-Off Marks (SC/ST/OBC/PWD) General
1. Reasoning & Computer Aptitude 60 7.50 10.25
2. General Economy/Banking Awareness 40 8.25 11.25
3. English Language 40 3.25 5.75
4. Data Analysis & Interpretation 60 10.75 14.00
5. English Language (Descriptive) 25 8.75 10.00

IBPS PO Final Cut-Off 2017-18

Category Maximum Score Minimum Score
SC 53.20 38.56
ST 54.74 33.73
OBC 57.18 43.02
UR 65.58 47.04
HI 45.42 25.07
OC 51.11 38.53
VI 74.14 45.88
ID 44.38 28.87

Candidates are requested to stay updated with the website to check other upcoming notifications related to IBPS RRB PO.
All the best for the next round!

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1. Consider the following statements about the K-shaped recovery.
1. A K-shaped recovery happens when different sections of an economy recover at starkly different rates.
2. Households at the top of the pyramid are likely to have seen their in- comes largely protected, and savings rates forced up during the lockdown, increasing ‘fuel in the tank’ to drive future consumption.
Choose the correct option(s):
(a) Only 1
(b) Only 2
(c) Both 1 and 2
(d) Neither 1 nor 2

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2. Which of the following statements is/are incorrect regarding the Viability Gap Funding?
(a)The government has expanded the provision of financial support by Viability Gap Funding (VGF) for Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) in infrastructure projects.
(b) The scheme was introduced in 2006 and will be continued till 2021-22.
(c)This will include critical sectors such as health, education, water and waste management.
(d) In identified sectors, the centre would chip in with 30% of the cost of the project, the state can also chip in with another 30%.

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3. Consider the following statements.
1. The Finance Ministry has notified e-invoicing for all companies with turnover ₹ 100 Cr from 1st January.
2. E-invoicing is already in implementation from 1st October but for firms with turnover ₹ 500 Cr.
3. E-invoicing essentially involves reporting the details of the specified GST documents to a government-notified portal and obtaining a reference number.
Choose the correct option(s):
(a) 1 and 2 only
(b) 2 only
(c) 1 and 3 only
(d) 1 2 and 3
4. Consider the following statements and choose the correct option(s).
1. As per the RBI Bulletin, Indian economy rebounded from a sharp contraction in the first quarter to register a growth rate of a negative 8.6% in the second quarter.
2. India has entered into recession for the first time in its history with two successive quarters showing negative growth.
Options:
(a) Only 1
(b) Only 2
(c) Both 1 and 2
(d) Neither 1 nor 2

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5. Consider the following statements regarding the Atal Tinkering Lab and choose the correct option(s).
1. The Indian Space Research Organization recently announced that it is to adopt 100 Atal Tinkering Labs across the country.
2. By adopting hundred Atal Tinkering Labs, ISRO is to facilitate mentoring and coaching of students in cutting edge technologies.
Options:
(a) Only 1
(b) Only 2
(c) Both 1 and 2
(d) Neither 1 nor 2

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6. Who among the following Developed Khadi Prakritik Paint?
(a) Khadi and Village Industries Commission
(b) Ministry of textile
(c) Both a and b
(d) None of these

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7. Which of the following statements is/are correct and choose from the given options?
1. The Geological Survey of India has found promising concentrations of Vanadium in the Tamang and Depo areas of Arunachal Pradesh.
2. According to the Geological Survey of India, the Vanadium mineralisation is geologically similar to the “Stone Coal” Vanadium deposits of China.
(a) Only 1
(b) Both 1 and 2
(c) Only 2
(d) None of these

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8. In which of the following states the ‘Jal- Jiwan- Hariyali mission’ is a flagship climate change initiated?
(a) Bihar
(b) Jharkhand
(c) Chhattisgarh
(d) Madhya Pradesh
9. The ‘APNA UREA – Sona Ugle’ brand of Hindustan Urvarak and Rasayan Limited (HURL) was launched by which Union Minister?
(a) Amit Shah
(b) D.V. Sadananda Gowda
(c) Subrahmanyam Jaishankar
(d) Nirmala Sitharaman

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10. Which cricketer won the ‘Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy’ for ‘Player of the Year’, presented by the International Cricket Council (ICC)?
(a) Virat Kohli
(b) Pat Cummins
(c)Kane Williamson
(d) Ben Stokes
Ans. 1(c), 2(b), 3(d), 4(c), 5(c), 6(a), 7(b), 8(a), 9(b), 10(d)

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 1. Single Window Clearance System Web Portal

– Union Home Minister Shri Amit Shah inaugurated ‘Single Window Clearance System Web Portal’ in Coal Mining sector; also handed over the Charter of letters to the successful bidders in the country’s first Commercial Coal Mining Auction.

– Coal Sector has crossed an important milestone towards fulfilling the dream of Aatmanirbhar Bharat under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

– Coal Sector would play a very important role in achieving the target of a five trillion dollar economy by 2022.

– Commercial coal mining auctions will now facilitate Small and Medium Industries to receive coal supplies easily.

– In 2014, Government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi made many changes and today with full transparency in the Coal Sector, equal opportunities are available for all.

– 19 successful bidders allotted mines under the country’s first Commercial Coal Mining Auction; this will provide an estimated revenue of about Rs 6,500 crore to States every year and also create more than 70,000 jobs.

– Commercial Coal Mining Auction process will open the way for development in Central and Eastern tribal areas of the country.

– Rs. 46,000 crore District Mineral Development Fund created for people living near mines; has led to the development of tribal, Dalit, backward and poor people living in these areas.

– Government made several policy changes, taking important decisions in many sectors including Agriculture, Education, Space, Economy and Fertilizers; this scheme launched is also a part of this policy.

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2. First direct flight between Kalaburagi to Tirupati flagged off under UDAN

– Taking another step in boosting the regional aerial connectivity in India, Star Air commenced the direct daily flight operations from Kalaburagi, Karnataka to Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh under the RCS-UDAN (Regional Connectivity Scheme – Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik) of Government of India.

– Attesting the dual objectives of the UDAN scheme; making air travel affordable for the people & simultaneously enhance its coverage in the country, 305 UDAN routes & 53 airports including 5 heliports and 2 Water Aerodromes have been operationalized till date.

– Inaugurated under the UDAN scheme, Kalaburagi airport recently completed a successful 1 year of service. The airport has become the fastest growing airport in the country.

– More than 1000 flights have ferried more than 43,000 people from the airport. To celebrate the hard work, commitment, and perseverance of the involved professionals, the officials of the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) and Airport Authority of India (AAI) were present at the route launch.

–  Tirupati city, also called as the ‘Spiritual Capital of Andra Pradesh’, is home to the most famous and auspicious Sri Venkateshwara Swamy Temple popularly called ‘Tirupati Balaji Temple’ which has its name in the most-visited shrine across the globe.

– The temple attracts 50,000 to 100,000 devotees every day. Apart from the Tirupati Balaji temple, the place is also famous for other historical temples, Sri Venkateshwara National Park, Deer Park, Tirupati, & Talakona Waterfalls, Tirupati.

– The century-old temples in Tirupati are one of the first choices of the pilgrims of the country. Moreover, the Tirumala Hills in Tirupati is the second oldest rock mountain hills in the world.

– Due to the unavailability of any direct transportation mode between these two cities, people had to travel either by road or had to opt for a rail journey combined with a road trip, which took more than 12 hours by road & more than 20 hours by train & bus to cover the entire journey of 630 km.

– Now, people can opt for a direct flight and cover this long-distance journey in just 70 mins.

– The airline, Star Air was awarded the Kalaburagi – Tirupati route under the RCS-UDAN-3 bidding process last year.

– The airline will be operating three weekly flights on the route and will deploy its 50-seater Embraer-145 luxury aircraft. With the flag-off, there are now 24 routes under the ambit of RCS-UDAN for Star Air.

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3. Professor Shashikumar Chitre

The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has expressed grief over the demise of Professor Shashikumar Chitre.

– In a tweet, the Prime Minister said, “Saddened to hear of the demise of Professor Shashikumar Chitre. He will be remembered for his work in astrophysics and subjects like solar physics, gravitational lensing and science education. His valuable work will continue inspiring students in the times to come. Om Shanti.”

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4. ‘National Energy Conservation awards 2020’

– Relentless and continuous efforts to provide clean and green transportation to all its stakeholders and commuters has resulted in Indian Railway bagging 13 awards in three prestigious categories of National Energy Conservation Awards (NECA) for the year 2020, organized by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), Ministry of Power.

– Western Railway has been awarded the First Prize, Eastern Railway has been awarded the Second prize, North Eastern Railway & South Central Railway has been awarded Certificate of Merit in the Transport Category.

– In Building Category, Divisional Railway Manager’s offices at Bhavnagar and Rajkot have won the first and second prize respectively.

– Electrical Department, DRM Office, North Eastern Railway has been awarded Certificate of Merit.

– In Railway workshops subcategory, Diesel Loco Shed, South Central Railway, Vijayawada has bagged the First prize, Kanchrapara Workshop, Eastern Railway, North 24 Parganas has won the second prize.

– The certificate of Merit has been awarded to Mechanical Workshop, North Eastern Railway, Izzatnagar, Central Railway Workshop, Mysore, Mechanical Workshop, Dibrugarh, North East Frontier Railway and Central Workshop, Ponmalai, Southern Railway, Tiruchchirappalli.

– These awards have been given to Indian Railways’ zones and workshops for significant improvements in energy conservation by adopting various measures to promote energy efficiency.

– Indian Railways is committed to improving performance towards energy efficiency and clean environment in the coming years.

Daily Gist of ‘The Hindu’, ‘PIB’, ‘Indian Express’ and Other Newspapers: 8 January, 2021

5. Management Effectiveness Evaluation (MEE)

– Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Prakash Javadekar released Management Effectiveness Evaluation (MEE) of 146 National Park and Wildlife Sanctuaries in the Country.

– At present, India has a network of 903 Protected Areas in the country covering about 5% of the total geographic area of the country.

– In order to assess the efficacy of Protected Areas, evaluation of management effectiveness is required.

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– According to Prakash Javadekar, what other countries could not achieve, India has achieved and today has thriving biodiversity. “70% of the global tiger population, 70% of Asiatic lions and more than 60% of leopards population in India is a certificate of India’s thriving biodiversity, as these big cats sit at the top of the food chain and their growing numbers show the well being of the whole ecosystem.”

– He also announced that from this year onwards 10 best National Parks, 5 coastal and Marine parks and top five Zoos in the country will be ranked and awarded every year.

– Management Effectiveness Evaluation (MEE) of Protected Areas (PAs) has emerged as a key tool for PA managers and is increasingly being used by governments and international bodies to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the protected area management systems.

– The results of the present assessment are encouraging with an overall mean MEE score of 62.01% which is higher than the global mean of 56%.

– With this round of evaluation, the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change(MoEFCC) successfully completed one full cycle of evaluating all terrestrial National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries of the country from 2006 to 2019.

Daily Gist of ‘The Hindu’, ‘PIB’, ‘Indian Express’ and Other Newspapers: 7 January, 2021

– MEE is a very important document that provides valuable guidance on various aspects of wildlife and protected area expand MEE of Marine Protected Areas.

– A new framework for MEE of Marine Protected Areas has been also jointly prepared by WII and MoEF&CC and it will be very useful document to implement.

– The Environment Minister also launched the Management Effectiveness Evaluation of Indian Zoos (MEE-ZOO) framework which proposes guidelines, criteria and indicators for the evaluation of zoos of the country through Management Effectiveness Evaluation Process (MEE-ZOO) in a manner which is discrete, holistic and independent.

– The assessment criteria and indicators look beyond the traditional concepts, include issues of animal welfare, husbandry and sustainability of resources and finance.

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IBPS RRB Clerk Cut off 2020-21: Cut Off has been an important criterion for selection, candidates can direct their preparation for the IBPS RRB after getting the idea of cut off from the previous year. The Cut-Off Marks for IBPS RRB Clerk is going to release with the scorecard of the IBPS RRB Clerk 2020-21. Read further to check the cut-off.

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IBPS RRB Clerk Cut Off 2020-21

The IBPS RRB Clerk Prelims exam has successfully been conducted in various centers in five shifts on 19th, 20th & 21st September 2020 and 2nd & 4th January 2021, following the COVID-19 Guidelines. On the basis of the difficulty level of the questions in the sections: Reasoning & Quantitative Aptitude, the Cut-Off Marks of the IBPS RRB Clerk 2020-21 Prelims Exam is decided.

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IBPS RRB Clerk Cut Off 2020-21

IBPS releases cut-off marks for the RRB Clerk exam with the result of the exam. The cut-off is released with the result of that stage officially on its official website. IBPS releases both category wise (General, SC, ST, OBC, PwD, EWS) and the state-wise cutoff. The IBPS RRB Office Assistant Prelims Exam 2020 was of easy to moderate level on the first day and in all shifts.

General Awareness Capsule For IBPS RRB Clerk Mains 2021

Here, we have presented to you the expected cut off for the IBPS RRB Office Assistant prelims exam based on the 19th, 20th & 21st September 2020 exam and 2nd & 4th January 2021, you can check the updated expected cut off after the whole prelims exam process is over.

Subject
Total Marks
Expected Cut Off
(Sectional)
Reasoning Ability 40 20-22
Quantitative Aptitude 40 15-20
Overall cut-off 80 65-70

Factors affecting the IBPS RRB Cut off

IBPS RRB cut off is calculated taking the following factors into consideration:

  • The difficulty level of the exam
  • The number of candidates who appeared for the test
  • Number of vacancies

IBPS RRB Clerk 2020-21: Important Dates

IBPS RRB 2020 Activity IBPS RRB Clerk 2020 Date
IBPS RRB 2020 Notification 30th June 2020
Online Application 01st to 21st July 2020
IBPS RRB Prelims Admit Card 11th September 2020
IBPS RRB Prelims Office Assistant Exam Date 19th, 20th, and 26th September 2020
IBPS RRB Prelims Exam Result 11th January 2021
IBPS RRB Office Assistant Mains Exam Date 31st October 2020

Use of IBPS RRB Previous Year Cut Off:

  1. For candidates’ convenience and prediction in their next round, they may check the previous year IBPS RRB Cut Off given in the subsequent paragraph
  2. The candidates can thus draw parallels for their scores. Subject wise and Category wise IBPS RRB Cut Off has been depicted below
  3. Cut Off will also be a guide to the candidates along with IBPS RRB Result, where students can check their final qualification into the next round/final selection
  4. The cut off has been mentioned category wise for the mentioned previous year
  5. The cut off also decides the final selection of the candidates, which is based on the consolidated score of Tier-1 and Tier-2 Result.

The details of IBPS RRB Clerk Cut Off for the previous year have been given in the tabulated form. Students can predict the expected cut off from the IBPS RRB Clerk Cut Off of last year. Read further to check IBPS RRB Clerk Cut Off.

IBPS RRB Clerk Cut Off: Previous Year Cut Offs

Previous year cut offs are a guide to the candidates that give them an idea regarding the expected increase or decrease. As per the IBPS trend, the students can predict the variation in the current/ expected cut off.
Thus, the expected cut off that is cut off for the year 2020 can be predicted from the previous year data.

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IBPS RRB Clerk Cut Off 2019 For Prelims

State wise cut off for IBPS RRB Clerk has been tabulated. Check cut off score and compare it for your assessment.

IBPS RRB Clerk Prelims Cut Off 2019

IBPS RRB Clerk Prelims Cut-Off
State Name State-wise Cut-Off (UR)
Andhra Pradesh 71.50
Assam 64.75
Bihar 74.25
Chhattisgarh 75.50
Gujarat 63.25
Haryana 76
Himachal Pradesh 71
Jammu & Kashmir
Jharkhand 8.50
Karnataka 65.25
Kerala 75
Madhya Pradesh 68.25
Maharashtra 69.25
Punjab 77.50
Odisha 73.25
Rajasthan 75.25
Tamil Nadu 68
Telangana 68.50
Tripura 71.25
Uttar Pradesh 74.00
Uttarakhand 76.75
West Bengal 74.75

IBPS RRB Clerk Mains Cut Off 2019

Check the IBPS RRB 2019 Mains Cut off marks for Clerk post below:

State / UT Office Assistant Mains Cut Off 2019
Andhra Pradesh 115-120
Arunachal Pradesh 135-141
Assam 115-123
Bihar 120-125
Chhattisgarh 132-138
Gujarat 102-109
Haryana 114-119
Himachal Pradesh 126-130
Jammu & Kashmir 105-110
Jharkhand
Karnataka 124-129
Kerala 127-132
Madhya Pradesh 118-123
Maharashtra 117-121
Manipur 100-105
Meghalaya 97-103
Mizoram 95-100
Nagaland
Odisha 110-115
Pondicherry 125-130
Punjab 123-133
Rajasthan 114-118
Tamil Nadu 120-125
Telangana 123-128
Tripura 95-99
Uttar Pradesh 120-125
Uttarakhand 115-120
West Bengal 130-135

IBPS RRB Clerk 2018 Prelims Cut Off

IBPS RRB Prelims Exam Cut Off for the year 2017-18 has been depicted in the tabular form below:

State Cut-Off
Uttar Pradesh 70.75
Haryana 76.25
Madhya Pradesh 70.50
Himachal Pradesh 77.50
Punjab 74.75
Rajashan 73.00
Bihar 70.25
Odisha 71.25
Gujarat 69.75
Andhra Pradesh 72.50
West Bengal 75.25
Chattisgarh 67.75
Tripura 48.75
Maharashtra 69.75
Kerala 73.50
Telangana 67.75
Karnataka 66.25
Jammu & Kashmir 70.00
Assam 67.50
Jharkhand 69.75
Tamil Nadu 61.75

IBPS RRB Clerk Final Cut Off 2017-18

Following is the state-wise final cut off for IBPS RRB Office Assistant 2017-18:

State / UT Category
SC ST OBC General
Andhra Pradesh 50.07 40.32 56.28 59.88
Arunchal Pradesh NA 40.28 NA 54.66
Assam 51.94 54.91 53.38 57.94
Bihar 52.41 46.97 61.28 65.97
Chhattisgarh 48.13 39.88 58.03 60.85
Gujarat 52.75 40.25 58.60 60.85
Haryana 49.35 NA 58.66 67.19
Himachal Pradesh 50.66 50.72 57.32 63.16
Jammu & Kashmir 46.07 32.53 54.10 66.35
Jharkhand 49.97 39.72 58.03 61.69
Karnataka 46.10 41.53 53.35 55.66
Kerala 50.60 41.63 59.25 63.44
Madhya Pradesh 50.78 42.00 58.57 64.32
Maharashtra 54.69 39.60 55.28 59.32
Manipur NA 55.10 66.53 61.41
Meghalaya NA 38.16 44.16 42.60
Mizoram NA 36.85 44.00 49.03
Nagaland NA 47.63 NA NA
Odisha 45.07 36.63 57.94 60.03
Punducherry 52.00 NA 59.75 59.82
Punjab 48.72 46.91 55.88 64.63
Rajasthan 49.97 45.32 60.85 64.82
Tamil Nadu 53.53 42.28 60.69 61.78
Telangana 49.66 45.00 60.69 61.78
Tripura 42.07 29.57 NA 55.03
Uttar Pradesh 46.97 39.25 54.91 61.25
Uttarakhand 45.16 47.13 54.07 62.57
West Bengal 57.57 43.60 55.53 64.53

 

State-wise cut off for IBPS RRB Clerk is given:

State Cut Off (Gen)
Madhya Pradesh 60.50
Himachal Pradesh 59.00
Punjab 60.75
Odhisa 56.00
Jharkhand 62.50
Telangana 57.75
Rajasthan 58
Maharashtra 56.75
Chattisgarh 50.75
Gujrat 57.25
Uttar Pradesh 56.75
West Bengal 67.00
Bihar 57.00
Uttarakhand 60.00
Haryana 62.00
Karnataka 54.25
Tamil Nadu 51.75
Andhra Pradesh 63
Assam 59.25
Kerala 58.50

The previous year cut off will be a helpful tool to ensure that the candidate will be finally entering the next round or final selection(in case of after mains exam). Cut Off is thus an important criteria for securing the selection.

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 1. 51st International Film Festival of India

The 51st Edition of Asia’s oldest and India’s biggest festival, The International Film Festival of India (IFFI) which is to be held in Goa from 16th January to 24th January 2021, has announced a line-up of programmes that will be showcased on the OTT platform during the festival.

– Taking into account the ongoing Pandemic, International Film Festival of India is holding its first-ever ‘hybrid’ Film festival. This year IFFI will organize a few of its events on the OTT platform for its audience.

– The Country in Focus for the 51st IFFI is Bangladesh.

– The Country in Focus is a special segment that recognizes the cinematic excellence and contributions of the country. This section at the 51st IFFI will showcase four films namely,

  1. Jibondhuli by TanvirMokammel
  2. Meghmallar by Zahidur Rahim Anjan
  3. Under Construction by Rubaiyat Hossain
  4. Sincerely Yours, Dhaka

About IFFI:

– The International Film Festival of India (IFFI), founded in 1952, is one of the most significant film festivals in Asia.

– Held annually, currently, in the state of Goa, the festival aims at providing a common platform for the cinemas of the world to project the excellence of the film art; contributing to the understanding and appreciation of film cultures of different nations in the context of their social and cultural ethos, and promoting friendship and cooperation among people of the world.

– The festival is conducted jointly by the Directorate of Film Festivals (under Ministry of Information and Broadcasting) and the state Government of Goa.

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2. COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

The Centre has been proactively carrying activities towards preparing for the nationwide roll-out of COVID-19 vaccine in close collaboration with States/UTs and all stakeholders.

– The Union Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW) today held a VC with administrators from States and UTs on the CoWIN software which forms the backbone of the last-mile vaccine administration.

– The meeting was chaired by Shri Ram Sewak Sharma, Chairman of Empowered Group on Technology and Data Management to combat COVID-19 and member, National Expert Group on Vaccine Administration of COVID-19.

– The meeting was attended by the State Principal Secretaries, NHM Mission Directors, and State Immunisation officers and senior officers of the Health Ministry.

– During the meeting the feedback of the States/UTs on the Co-WIN software and its operational use, emanating from the dry runs, was discussed in detail.

Daily Gist of ‘The Hindu’, ‘PIB’, ‘Indian Express’ and Other Newspapers: 9 January, 2021

3. MoRTH notifies rules for facilitating the renewal of an International driving licence while travelling abroad

– The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has issued a  notification on 7th Jan 2021  to facilitate the issuance of International Driving Permit (IDP) for Indian citizens whose IDP has expired while they are abroad.

– There was no mechanism for its renewal while citizens were abroad and their IDP had expired.

– Now, with this amendment, it is proposed that Indian citizens can apply for renewal through the Indian Embassies / Missions abroad, from where these applications would move to the VAHAN portal in India, to be considered by the respective RTOs. IDP would be couriered to the citizen at his/her address abroad by the respective RTOs.

– This notification also removes the conditions of a Medical Certificate and a valid visa at the time of making the request for the IDP in India.

– The idea is that a  citizen who has a valid driving licence should not have a requirement for another medical certificate.

– Further, there are countries where the Visa is issued on arrival or Visa is issued at the last moment: in such cases,  VISA is not available when applying for the IDP in India before travel. Hence,   IDP application can be made without VISA now.

Daily Gist of ‘The Hindu’, ‘PIB’, ‘Indian Express’ and Other Newspapers: 8 January, 2021

4. India-Mongolia Relations

– Recently, India and Mongolia have reviewed bilateral cooperation in hydrocarbons and steel sectors.

– India reiterated its commitment to timely completion of the Mongol Refinery Project, the country’s 1st oil refinery.

– The greenfield Mongol Refinery Project is being built under a Line of Credit from the Government of India. It is expected to cut some of Mongolia’s fuel import dependence.

– The Project came in the backdrop of Mongolia, which has large uranium deposits signing an agreement for civil nuclear cooperation with India in 2009 and China unfolding its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

– India is opposed to the BRI, which seeks to invest about USD 8 trillion in infrastructure projects across Asia, Europe and Africa, as it says the initiative lures countries into debt traps and does not respect sovereignty or address environmental concerns.

– India welcomed the keenness of Mongolian companies in supplying coking coal to the Indian steel industry. According to a recent report, India will overtake China as the largest importer of coking coal by 2025.

– India expressed its willingness to further share its expertise in the oil and gas sector including capacity building in accordance with the developmental priorities of Mongolia.

Daily Gist of ‘The Hindu’, ‘PIB’, ‘Indian Express’ and Other Newspapers: 7 January, 2021

5. Bird Flu in the several States of India

New Bird flu (avian influenza) cases have been confirmed in Gujarat recently, in addition to Kerala, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana where the disease has already been confirmed.

– Several states, which have been reporting deaths of birds, including crows and migratory species, are scrambling to have samples tested for the virus.

– Bird flu or avian influenza is the name used to describe a viral infection that is reported mostly in birds, but has the potential to affect humans and other animals.

– More than a dozen types of bird flu have been identified, including the two strains that have most recently infected humans namely H5N1 and H7N9. When bird flu does strike humans, it can be deadly.

– Outbreaks of bird flu have occurred in Asia, Africa, North America and parts of Europe. The virus was first reported in geese in China in 1996.

– Bird flu occurs naturally in wild waterfowl and can spread into domestic poultry, such as chickens, turkeys, ducks and geese.

– The H5N1 virus can jump species and infect humans from the infected bird.

Daily Gist of ‘The Hindu’, ‘PIB’, ‘Indian Express’ and Other Newspapers: 5 January, 2021

6. NCAVES India Forum 2021

– Natural Capital Accounting and Valuation of the Ecosystem Services (NCAVES) India Forum-2021 is being organised by the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation (MoSPI).

– India is one of the five countries taking part in this project – the other countries being Brazil, China, South Africa and Mexico.

About the NCAVES Project

– The Natural Capital Accounting and Valuation of Ecosystem Services (NCAVES) project seeks to advance the theory and practice of environmental and ecosystem accounting in Brazil, China, India, Mexico and South Africa.

– The project has been jointly implemented by the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Secretariat of the Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD).

– It aims to assist the five participating partner countries, to advance the knowledge agenda on environmental-economic accounting, in particular ecosystem accounting.

– The project will have a duration until the end of 2021.

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7. Demand For Autonomy in Assam

There has been a demand for implementation of Article 244A for the creation of an autonomous state within Assam.

– The appeal to the Centre has been for the creation of an autonomous State for the Karbi Anglong region. This has been a demand since 1986.

– The districts are currently governed by two autonomous councils Karbi Anglong and North Cachar hills.

  1. China holds third South Asia multilateral meet

– China has held its third multilateral dialogue with countries from South Asia to take forward closer cooperation on fighting COVID-19.

– It also strives to coordinate their economic agendas, reflecting a new approach in Beijing’s outreach to the region.

– The third dialogue, held virtually on January 6, brought together every country in the region barring India, Bhutan and the Maldives. It was aimed at “anti-epidemic cooperation and poverty reduction cooperation”.

About South Asia multilateral meet

– All three dialogues have been attended by Pakistan and Nepal, which are emerging as two lynchpins in China’s regional strategy.

– The 1stt such meeting was convened by China in July, and was attended by Pakistan, Nepal and Afghanistan.

– The 2nd meet was held in November by a five-member grouping attended by China, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.

– The 3rd and recent January 6 meeting was attended by all five countries that have taken part in these dialogues namely Pakistan, Nepal, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.

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1. What is the theme of 16th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas Convention 2021?
(a) Contributing to Aatmanirbhar Bharat
(b) Role of Indian Diaspora in building New India
(c) Redefined Engagement With Indian Diaspora
(d) Apna Bharat Apna Gaurav

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2. Consider the following statements regarding the New Industrial Development Scheme for Jammu & Kashmir.
1. It is a Central Sector Scheme and is the first time in any Industrial Incentive Scheme of the Government of India..
2. The main purpose of the scheme is to generate employment which directly leads to the socio-economic development of the region.
Which of the following statement(s) given above is/are correct?
(a) Only 1
(b) Only 2
(c) Both 1 and 2
(d) Neither 1 nor 2

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3. Consider the following statements regarding the Bengal revolutionary organisations in the 1920s.
1. That time the most active and famous revolutionary organisation was the Chittagong Revolt group under Surya Sen.
2. Anushilan group joined the forces with Subhash Chandra Bose.
Which of the following statement(s) given above is/are correct?
(a) Only 1
(b) Only 2
(c) Both 1 and 2
(d) Neither 1 nor 2

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4. Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about Basavanna?
1. Basavanna was a 13th-century philosopher, statesman, Kannada poet and a social reformer during the reign of the Kalachuri-dynasty king Bijjala I in Karnataka.
2. Basavanna spread social awareness through his poetry, popularly known as Vachanaas.
3. He introduced new public institutions such as the Anubhava Mantapa (or, the “hall of spiritual experience”)
Choose the correct Answer
(a) 1 and 2
(b) 2 and 3
(c) 1 and 3
(d) 1, 2 and 3
5. Consider the following statements regarding types of Immunity.
1. Innate Immunity is a non-specific type of defense that is present at the time of birth.
2. Acquired Immunity is pathogen-specific and is characterized by memory.
Which of the following statement(s) given above is/are correct?
(a) Only 1
(b) Only 2
(c) Both 1 and 2
(d) Neither 1 nor 2

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6. Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about the World Food Price Index 2020?
1. It was introduced in 1996 as a public good to help in monitoring developments in the global agricultural commodity markets.
2. It measures changes for a basket of cereals, oilseeds, dairy products, meat and sugar.
3. The Food and Agriculture Organization’s (FAO) food price index averaged 107.5 points in December 2020.
Choose the correct answer
(a) 1 and 2
(b) 2 and 3
(c) 1 and 3
(d) 1, 2 and 3

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7. Which of the following statement(s) is/are true about the 25th Amendment of the US Constitution?
1. The Twenty-fifth Amendment is known as an amendment (1967) to the Constitution of the United States.
2. It set forth succession rules relating to vacancies and disabilities of the office of the president and of the vice president.
3. It was proposed by the U.S. Congress on July 6, 1965, and it was ratified on Feb. 10, 1967.
Choose the correct answer
(a) 1 and 2
(b) 2 and 3
(c) 1 and 3
(d) 1, 2 and 3

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8. What does the Portuguese brought to India?
1. First printing press
2. Tobacco and Red chillies
Choose the correct answer
(a) Only 1
(b) Only 2
(c) Both 1 and 2
(d) Neither 1 nor 2

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9. Which of the following is/are the publications of RBI?
1. Consumer Confidence Survey (CCS – Quarterly)
2. Financial Stability Report (Half-Yearly)
3. Inflation Expectations Survey of Households (IESH – Quarterly)
Choose the correct answer
(a) 1 and 2
(b) 2 and 3
(c) 1 and 3
(d) 1, 2 and 3
10. Consider the following statements regarding the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO).
1. It was founded in 1985 and its headquarter is in Madrid Spain.
2. IOSCO Asia Pacific Hub is located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
3. It works closely with the G20 (Group of Twenty) and the Financial Stability Board (FSB) in setting up the standards for strengthening the securities markets.
Which of the following statement(s) given above is/are correct?
(a) 1 and 2
(b) 2 and 3
(c) 1 and 3
(d) 1, 2 and 3
Ans: 1(a), 2(c), 3(a), 4(b), 5(c), 6(d), 7(d), 8(c), 9(d), 10(b)

Daily Gist of ‘The Hindu’, ‘PIB’, ‘Indian Express’ and Other Newspapers: 9 January, 2021

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