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    How many marks do we require to pass the IBPS exam?

    how many marks we get in ibps to pass...could u please tell me hwo many marks

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    Re: How many marks do we require to pass the IBPS exam?

    marks needed in all 5 subject to pass ibps clerk exam.

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    Re: How many marks do we require to pass the IBPS exam?

    how many marks are needed for pass the exam of po/mt

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    how many marks do we require to pass the IBPS exam

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    is it needy to passed out in every subject of ibps clerk exam. And what is the minimum passing marks in each subject

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    how many marks to pass the ibps cleark cadre exam

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    Re: How many marks do we require to pass the IBPS exam?

    Total requarment to calark ibps

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    manojbadoniya is offline Member
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    Re: How many marks do we require to pass the IBPS exam?

    Minimum qualifying marks for IBPS clerk exam

    21 marks in each subject and total 105 marks to qualify the exam for SC/ST/OBC

    24 marks in each subject and total 120 marks to qualify the exam for general category

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    BISWARUPYOGI is offline Junior Member
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    Re: How many marks do we require to pass the IBPS exam?



    Institute of Banking Personnel Selection Common written Examination for recruitment in Clerical and PO Cadre in 19 Public Sector Banks .

    If you have completed 10th standard with above 60% OR completed 12th standard 50% OR completed graduation degree , then you are eligible IBPS Clerk Exam.

    If you have completed graduation degree with above 50% , then you are applicable for IBPS PO Exam.

    #### For general candidate cut-off marks is 24 for each section and for reserved category to score 21 in each section.

    This is the sectional cut off.

    But there is a over all cut-off which is vary every year .

    For more information you may log on to http://www.ibps.in

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    Ravi dikshith is offline Senior Member
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    Re: How many marks do we require to pass the IBPS exam?

    Hello dude!

    The qualifying marks in the IBPS CLERK EXAM varies for different categories.They are mentioned below:
    • If you belong to General category then you need to get atleast 160 marks and above but it is good to get atleast 180 marks.
    • If you belong to OBC category then you need to get atleast 140 marks and above but it is good to get atleast 160 marks.
    • If you belong to SC/ST category then you need to get atleast 120 marks and above but it is good to get atleast 150 marks.

    Why am telling it is good to have more marks because in the recent notification by Central Bank of India they allowed only those candidates who have got 170 marks.

    So you might have understood the exact reason why i am asking you to get more marks.

    DREAM HIGH,WORK HARD AND LEARN WITH PASSION,SUCCESS WILL BE SURELY YOURS.

    HOPE THE INFORMATION HELPED YOU AND ALL THE BEST.

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    UIETan is offline Senior Member
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    Re: How many marks do we require to pass the IBPS exam?

    hello friend,

    IBPS entrance exam which has been conducted bythe IBPS institute for the job posts under the 19 participated banks
    and these banks in which you can apply for the interview after the qualify the IBPS entrance exam and cutoff marks decided by the respective departments ...

    Through the IBPS entrance exam for the followings posts like:
    PO
    Clerk
    Specialist officer etc

    For the job posts under these banks you must be need to take the atleast 24 marks in each section..

    In the IBPS entrance exam 5 section like:
    Reasoning
    general english
    general aptitude
    general knowledge
    Computer skill etc

    so you need to for the qualify the entrance exam 24 marks in each section out of 50 marks..

    Total cut-off marks of banks decided ...: 162 ,marks for general
    For Sc/ST: 145 marks
    for OBC: 150 marks

    thank you!

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    Re: How many marks do we require to pass the IBPS exam?

    HELLO FRIEND,


    You want to know about the Topic of "How many marks do we require to pass the IBPS exam".....................


    IBPS Clerk Recruitment 2012

    IBPS clerical recruitment 2012 is expected in the month of June 2012, Although there in no official word yet on this but we have received information from reliable sources that IBPS Clerk Recruitment in round the corner.So students must start preparing for this exam as the level of competition in this exam is said be very high.We have seen some mind boggling fugues in the IBPS clerk Exam 2011, let us have a look at it

    Total Number of Registered Candidates : 44 Lakh
    Candidates appeared for the Exam: 31 lakh
    Passed Candidates in the IBPS Clerk Exam: 5.31 Lakh


    A COMMON WRITTEN EXAMINATION (CWE) WILL BE CONDUCTED BY THE INSTITUTE OF BANKING PERSONNEL SELECTION (IBPS) FOR RECRUITMENT OF CLERICAL CADRE POSTS 19 PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS

    Last Date : N/A
    Common Written Exam Tentative Date : N/A

    Donít worry Process is very simple like other Examinations just read this carefully. Please Note : State Bank of India & Its Associate Banks are not included in this recruitment process.

    Eligibility Criteria for Common Written Examination :-

    Nationality & Citizenship: Citizen of India Or Subject of Nepal, Bhutan, A Tibetan Refugee who came over the India before 01/01/1962 and others
    Age Criteria : 18 to 28 years (Minimum 18 years and Maximum 28) years.
    Relaxations : 5 years for SC/ST/, 3 years for OBC, 10 years for Persons with Disabilities and 5 years for Ex-Servicemen.

    Education Qualification: i) A pass with 60% marks in the aggregate in Matriculation/SSC (old pattern)/SSLC/10th standard Examination or equivalent For SC/ST/OBC/PWD/EXSM candidates a only pass marks. OR ii) A pass with 50% marks in Higher Secondary Examination (12th)/11th Standard Or Intermediate/Pre-University Or any equivalent examination/Diploma in Banking recognized by Central/State Government or UT Administration. For SC/ST/OBC/PWD/EXSM candidates only pass marks OR iii) Degree in any discipline from a recognized University or any equivalent qualifications recognized as such by the Central Government.



    HOPE THIS INFORMATION HELPS YOU..........
    WISHING YOU GOOD LUCK FOR YOUR BRIGHT FUTURE.......
    WITH REGARDS FROM chandreyeeghosh

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