The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is the conducting body that releases the IBPS RRB PO cut off for Officer Grade every year.
Every year, as soon as the IBPS RRB releases its notification, candidates start preparing in earnest to appear in this tough exam. As a prospective candidate, you are expected to achieve the minimum qualifying mark in all the sections of the prelims and mains in the online computer-based test to make yourself eligible for sitting for the exam.
Factors that Affect IBPS RRB PO Cut Off
The IBPS RRB PO cut off is declared by the conducting body based on certain factors like:
- Total number of applicants
- The Exam’s Difficulty Level
- The cut-off trend for the previous year
- Total Number of Current Vacancies
- Performance of the Candidates in the Exam
Only if you achieve the minimum qualifying marks in the prelims will you be considered for appearing for the mains.
The selection process for the IBPS RRB officer scale I, II, III commences with the interview stage.
However, the marks scored in the mains examination will be the deciding factor for selecting candidates aspiring to become an officer or officer assistant.
Before releasing the cut off for all the posts, the conducting body first releases the IBPS RRB results.
Analysis of IBPS RRB and its Importance
Analysis of the IBPS RRB exam paper is significant for prospective candidates planning to take the exam. The exam paper analysis lets you know if any particular section is easy or difficult and the reasons for the same. It also gives you a fair idea of how much time you need for each section, thus letting you plan your time management.
How Do You Check Your Cut Off?
As an aspirant, you can easily check the cut off by following these steps:
- Go to the IBPS official website.
- Click on the IBPS cut off the link that appears at the top of the homepage.
- Fill out your registration number/roll number and password (your date of birth).
Please note that the above steps apply for checking IBPS RRB cut off for Officer Scale I, II, III, and Office Assistants.
The selection process for the IBPS RRB PO Exam includes:
- Prelims for IBPS RRB
- Mains for IBPS RRB
- Final Interview
The detailed analysis of the IBPS RRB preliminary exam helps prospective candidates who wish to appear for the exam for the post of Officer I in several regional rural banks across the country. Appearing for the prelims helps you get an idea of the exam pattern and difficulty level.
Please note that there are no preliminary exams for Officer Scale-II and III. There is only a single level exam for these positions, following which successful candidates have to appear for the final interview.
Summing it Up
If you are an aspiring candidate looking forward to applying for the IBPS RRB exam, please keep in mind that you need to study the previous years’ cut off to get an idea of what is in store for you this year. Detailed analysis of the past few years’ cut off marks helps you understand the trend and any changes in it.