IBPS RRB 2014 Cut Off- Minimum Qualifying Marks

IBPS RRB 2014 CutOff is expected to be released soon by Institute of Personal and Banking (IBPS) on its website. The cut-off is the minimum qualifying marks which a candidate need to secure to qualify the Common written examination and be eligible for further  selection process for the recruitment of Group “A”- Officers (Scale I, II & III) and Group “B” Office Assistants (Multipurpose) in the Regional Rural Banks( RRBs). Candidates, who appeared in the IBPS RRB 2014 Exam in September, 2014 will be able to check their scores and the IBPS RRB 2014 CutOff on the official website of IBPS. The result is expected to be announced soon by IBPS.

IBPS employs the cut-off criteria to shortlist candidates for further selection process which is interview round. To qualify the exam, it is mandatory for the candidates to fulfil the criteria of IBPS RRB 2014 CutOff. Candidates should be aware that there is criteria of sectional cut off in IBPS. So, candidates will have to qualify each of the sectional Cutoffs of IBPS RRB 2014 to qualify the written examination process.  The candidates who would not be able to secure marks equal to or more than the cut-off will be disqualified summarily.

The IBPS RRB 2014 CutOff will differ for the different categories – General, OBC, SC, ST, and PwD. The cut-off will be specified state wise and may vary as well.

Important Information to Know-

Further, the qualified candidates will be eligible to apply in the respective Regional Rural Banks. The Banks will publish the notification for the recruitment of Group “A”- Officers (Scale I, II & III) and Group “B” Office Assistants (Multipurpose) to invite applications from the eligible candidates who have qualified the minimum IBPS RRB 2014 CutOff marks.  Candidates will be required to appear in the interview round based on which selection will be done. For More information about IBPS 2014 exam Click Here.


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