The cut off marks are the minimum scores that applicants need to secure at all levels of IBPS PO exam to qualify and become eligible for the next level of selection. There are 3 cutoffs released after each stage of the exam – prelims, mains and interview (final cut off).
IBPS PO prelims cutoffs for 2019-20 session were released on November 8, 2019. The overall IBPS PO prelims cut off was 59.75 marks for General and OBC categories, 53.50 marks for SC and 46.25 marks for ST candidates. Following this, candidates were shortlisted for the IBPS PO mains exam and a cut off for the mains exam was released on January 9,2020.
These cutoffs are released based on category and section. Candidates who have secured a score as per the required IBPS PO cut off 2019 in the mains exam were called for interview in early 2020. The final cut-off is expected to be released after the end of the coronavirus lockdown in India.
The next IBPS PO (2020-21) prelims and mains exams will be held at the end of 2020 and its interview will be conducted in Jan/Feb in 2021.
In this article, you will get familiar with the prelims and mains cut off marks of IBPS PO 2019, previous years statistics, expected cut offs for 2020, and much more.
IBPS PO exam events with key dates are mentioned in the table below:
|IBPS PO 2019 Schedule||IBPS PO Cut off 2019 Dates|
|IBPS PO prelims exam||October 12, 13, 19 and 20|
|Release of cut off marks for prelims||November 8|
|Mains exam of IBPS PO||November 30|
|Mains Exam||January 9, 2020|
|Conduct of Interview||January / February 2020|
|Release of final cut off/result||After Lockdown (expected)|
Applicants must know the factors that affect the cut off marks:
Let’s check out the section-wise and overall category-wise cut off marks of IBPS PO 2019 mains exam.
The cut off were released on this link
|IBPS Mains 2019 Exam Sections/Topics||Cut off for SC/ST/OBC||Cut off for EWS/General|
|Reasoning & Computer Aptitude||05.50||07.75|
|General, Banking Awareness||05.00||08.00|
|Data Analysis and Interpretation||02.50||05.20|
|English Language (Descriptive)||08.75||10.00|
|Caste/Category||Overall Cut-off on Total (out of 225)|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||55.63|
|Other Backward Class (OBC)||70.25|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||38.13|
|Economically Weaker Section (EWS)||65.88|
|Hearing Impaired (HI)||41.00|
|Other Category (OC)||46.13|
|Visually Impaired (VI)||70.50|
|Intellectual Disability (ID)||45.88|
IBPS PO Prelims 2019 – Section-wise Cut off
English – 6.5
Quantitative Aptitude – 5.25
Reasoning ability – 6.50
English – 10.50
Quantitative aptitude – 8.75
Reasoning ability – 10.25
IBPS PO Prelims 2019 – Category-wise Cut off
|Other Backward Class (OBC)||59.75|
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||53.50|
|Scheduled Caste (ST)||46.25|
|Economically Weaker Section (EWS)||59.75|
|Hearing Impaired (HI)||21.25|
|Other Category (OC)||44.50|
|Visually Impaired (VI)||52.25|
|Intellectual Disability (ID)||20.75|
Cut off is applied to both total scores and section-wise scores.
Cut offs in 2018 were as follows:
IBPS Cut off 2018 – Prelims Category-wise
Cut off 2018 – Prelims Section-wise
Total marks of the IBPS PO Mains test is 225. Depending on where your scores stand in relation to the cut off for mains exam, you will be selected for the next round which is the Personal Interview. Also, the number of vacancies are a deciding factor in shortlisting for IBPS PO Interview.
The total marks in the Interview round is 100. The minimum qualifying marks in interview is –
Provisional allotment cut off is generally decided based on the mains exam and the interview round. The weightage of marks given to the mains exam and interview is in the ratio of 80:20.
Category-wise allotments of seats in IBPS PO 2018
Generally, the cut off varies every year. In 2019, IBPS PO mains cut off for general category was 74.50. Therefore, candidates were required to secure 75 to 80 marks to qualify the exam.
A qualifying cut off in the IBPS PO interview is 40% of total marks (100) and 35% of the total marks for SC/ST/OBC/PWBD category candidates.
A. Based on the IBPS PO mains and interview results, a final cut off is prepared for the candidates.
A. Final IBPS PO cut off for last year was 63.91.
A. Selection depends on the performance of the candidates in IBPS PO’s final interview round.
A. Cut off marks in the final IBPS PO result decides the seat allotment in any bank.
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