Union Public Service Commission will soon publish the IES 2014 CutOff on its website after the announcement of result. The result is still awaited for the IES 2014 Exam which was held on 20th June 2014. IES Exam stands for the Indian Engineering Services Examination conducted for recruitment to the Group A- Services/Posts in the, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering. IES 2014 CutOff and result for the written examination will be hosted on the website of entrance corner. More related useful information can be also be availed at the same website.
IES 2014 CutOff – Expected
IES 2014 CutOff will be decided by the UPSC after the evaluation of the performance of all the candidates who took the IES 2014 Exam. The cut-off is usually expressed in the form of a minimum marks to select the deserving candidates who have scored equal or above the CutOff marks while those candidates who scored below the cut-off will be disqualified.
So, the candidates who would qualify the IES 2014 CutOff, Score card,Criteria will be eligible to appear in the next round which is Personal interview.
Basis of formulating the IES 2014 CutOff
The IES 2014 CutOff like any other CutOff is usually formulated keeping in consideration certain factors ranging from-
- Number of vacancies available under the specified posts
- Number of candidates appeared for the IES exam
- The complicacy level of the exam
- Performance of all the candidates etc.
The IES 2014 CutOff is not dependent on the performance of any one candidate as this is a collective outcome of the performance of all the candidates.
IES previous years cut-offs
Previous years cut-offs for the IES Exam held in 2013 is shown in the tables below for the candidate’s reference. The previous year CutOffs will help you with estimating the chances of your qualifying the written exam. The CutOffs are by and large in the same range as there is not much drastic change considering the factors involved. The candidates may compare the previous years CutOffs with their estimated score they calculated using the answer key to get a close idea of their getting through.
In the table below, the marks obtained by the last qualified candidate under the various categories and services are mentioned. The maximum marks in the Objective exam are 600. The conventional papers of only those candidates are checked who qualify the cut-offs for the objective papers otherwise not checked. It is also an essential criterion that every candidate has to secure minimum 15% marks in each objective paper along with the overall CutOff to qualify for checking the conventional papers-
|Marks secured by last qualified candidates in Objective Exam (Out of 600)|
|Marks secured by last qualified candidate in interview (Out of 1000 marks)|
|Marks secured by final recommended candidate for appointment (Out of 1200 marks)|