We have already written about the cut-off score a candidate requires to pass in the IBPS exam and to qualify for the common interview. Though the qualifying score in online exam takes one to the interview, the combined score (exam+interview) is what matters for the final job allotment and placement. Let’s have a look at the range of “minimum combined score” that was needed in the previous years IBPS Clerk, PO and Specialist recruitments.
The minimum final score levels in IBPS Clerk Recruitment 2013.
Job allotment is realized using a State-wise merit list in the case of IBPS Clerk recruitment. IBPS published the above given table at the end of Clerical recruitment 2012-2013, and it registers the category and State wise minimum scores that were qualified for an allotment. Here, the term UR stands
for Unreserved aka General, HI for Hearing Impaired, OC for Orthopedically challenged, and VI for Visually Impaired. The maximum maximum mark recorded in this recruitment was 81.4 scored by candidate from UP.
The minimum combined score for IBPS PO selection.
IBPS PO rank list is formulated in all India basis. The above given table shows the minimum and maximum score ranges that was initially acceptable to IBPS for the PO recruitment 2013-2013 job processing. However, later they released a secondary list to accommodate more candidates, to the additionally reported vacancies.
You can see that minimum score required by a General Category applicant was reduced from 62.12 to 60.56 in the new list. So, there is always a possibility of additional allotments in IBPS recruitment.
The minimum score requirement for IBPS specialist final allotment.
As you know, for IBPS specialist recruitment, there are 11 cadres and the minimum score for each is reported in post-wise. NA is given when no one is fit for a placement. Two rules applicable to the minimum eligible score in IBPS exams are given below.
1. When a reserved candidate secures a score in the general merit range, he/she will be included in the General category and vacancies for reserved will remain intact. For example: if 20% of the seats are reserved candidates and if one of them gets a score around 70 for IBPS specialist exam, it is only going to affect the available opportunities for General applicants.
2. When two candidates acquire the same combined score, the one who is older in age will be given preference for selection.