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IBPS Clerk 2021 Merit List and State-wise Cut-off

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May 27, 2021

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The cut-off marks for IBPS Clerk is the minimum marks that the candidates have to score in order to qualify for Mains. It is decided and announced by the conducting body of IBPS. While preparing for the IBPS Clerk exam, candidates should practise the previous question papers along with the mock tests.

They publish the cut-off and merit list soon after the result. The cut-off for IBPS Clerk 2020 will come out soon, and the same for 2021, after the exams and results are declared in 2021-2022. Also, check the IBPS Exam Calendar for 2021-22 

IBPS Facts

IBPS Clerk- Important Facts

  • Candidates for the recruitment of Clerical Cadre will be shortlisted only on the basis of the IBPS Clerk Merit List.
  • The merit list will be defined on the basis of marks secured only in the Main exam.
  • A waiting list of 10% of the tentative vacancy will be reserved up to March 31, 2022.
  • In the event of any further vacancy is announced, then that will be filled up with this reserve list. However, this list does not guarantee employment.
  • If two or more candidates score equal marks in the main examination, then the candidate who is older in age will be preferred.
Cutoff 2021

IBPS Clerk cut-off 2020-2021

IBPS Clerk cut-off is the minimum mark that the candidates need to obtain in order to qualify for the next exam. There is an overall as well as a sectional cut-off in IBPS Clerk Exam. Candidates have to score more than the cut-off in each section and overall cut-off. IBPS Clerk cut-off is declared along with the result.

Previous Cutoff

Previous IBPS Clerk cut-offs

Since 2020 and 2021 cut-offs are yet to be released, candidates can estimate the marks by having a look at the previous year’s trends.

State-wise cut-off for IBPS Clerk 2019 Prelims Exam

States/ UTS cut-off
Uttar Pradesh 74.00
Madhya Pradesh 71.25
Delhi 71.25
Gujarat 67.75
Bihar 73.50
Tamil Nadu 57.75
Odisha 72.75
Rajasthan 73.00
Haryana 73.00
Andhra Pradesh 75.75
Telangana 58.25
Karnataka 66.25
Himachal Pradesh 73.00
Jharkhand 74.00
Maharashtra 63.25
Assam 67.25
West Bengal 73.50
Chandigarh 66.75
Punjab 73.25

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State-wise cut-off for IBPS Clerk 2019 Main Exam

States/ UTS General OBC SC ST
Andhra Pradesh 50.98 48.10 41.43 32.95
Arunachal Pradesh 40.03 - - 32.70
Assam 49.83 44.20 43.40 38.48
Bihar 51.78 49.10 36.60 35.28
Chandigarh 55.18 48.38 43.63 -
Dadra and Nagar Haveli 44.25 - - -
Daman and Diu 37.93 37.80 - -
New Delhi 55.83 50.60 44.35 38.18
Goa 48.93 48.10 39.93 -
Gujarat 48.45 42.30 39.83 25.38
Haryana 56.43 50.03 44.18 -
Jammu and Kashmir 54.93 44.00 39.35 33.48
Jharkhand 50.63 46.03 28.93 26.53
Karnataka 51.95 49.80 42.78 36.83
Kerela 53.58 51.50 39.68 28.85
Lakshadweep 46.45 - - -
Madhya Pradesh 51.18 47.05 37.33 27.78
Maharashtra 50.08 48.20 46.10 33.93
Manipur 49.05 - - 43.53
Meghalaya 39.70 - - 31.95
Mizoram 54.73 - - 37.63
Nagaland 45.45 - - 44.30
Odisha 51.28 48.78 37.90 24.68
Puducherry 51.25 51.25 41.55 -
Punjab 56.58 48.45 40.88 -
Rajasthan 53.18 51.23 40.88 31.75
Sikkim 45.78 45.78 - 41.53
Tamil Nadu 52.43 52.35 43.95 32.55
Telangana 51.75 49.50 43.53 37.23
Tripura 50.33 - 35.68 32.88
Uttar Pradesh 51.45 44.88 37.13 27.80
Uttarakhand 52.50 44.55 41.15 46.45
West Bengal 53.28 44.20 34.73 40.73

The IBPS Clerk exam is the gateway to banking service in 15 public sector banks in India. A thorough understanding of the cut-off marks ensure that you can ace the exam with a smart preparation strategy. Hence, goin through previous years’ cut-off trends can be helpful.

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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.

Comments


6 Comments
H
harssham
Can you tell me thumb impression, which hand thumb impression is considered?
J
jaya garg

Hi. The Thumb Impression must specifically be of the left-hand in case candidates don’t have left-hand thumb then such candidate can use the impression of the right-hand thumb. If both the thumbs of both hands are missing then the candidate can use the impression of the fingers starting from the forefinger of the right hand.

G
gouri kumari
What information is mentioned in the declaration form?
J
jaya garg

Hi. The information mentioned there include:
The letter of Declaration must be – “I, _______ (Name of the candidate), hereby declare that all the information submitted by me in the application form is correct, true and valid. I will present the supporting documents as and when required.”

B
bhagyashri kene
I am in my second year, cam I give the IBPS Clerk 2021 Exam?
J
jaya garg

Hi. You cannot apply for the IBPS Clerk 2021 Exam, in order to be eligible, you need to have a secured graduation degree from any recognised university. So while pursuing any bachelor degree you cannot apply for IBPS Clerk 2021 Exam; however, candidates who are in the final year can give the exam. For more information about the IBPS Clerk 2021 Exam, refer here.

P
priya
Is knowing the IBPS Clear cut off important?
J
jaya garg

Hi. The IBPS Clerk exam is the gateway to banking service in 15 public sector banks in India. A detailed understanding of the cut-off marks ensure that you can ace the exam with a smart preparation strategy. Hence, it is important to check the last years’ cut-off trends.

G
gouri kumari
Can you tell the IBPS Clerk cut-offs for the year 2020?
J
jaya garg

Hi. Since 2020 and 2021 cut-offs are yet to be released, candidates can estimate the marks by having a look at the previous year’s trends. For the year 2019, the state-wise cut off for Prelims Exam was Uttar Pradesh: 74.00; Madhya Pradesh: 71.25. Check State-wise cut-off for IBPS Clerk 2019 Prelims Exam here.

D
devisingh
What is cut-off marks for IBPS Clerk and when they are declared?
J
jaya garg

Hi. The cut-off marks for IBPS Clerk is the least marks needed by the candidates to get a good score in order to qualify for Mains. It is decided and announced by the conducting body of IBPS. They publish the cut-off and merit list soon after the result.