IBPS V Clerk Mains expected cut off marks 2015-2016 will available soon, recently released the clerk Mains exam Admit card, IBPS clerk mains exam date already declared in official notification, candidates can check from there or can check from here as mention in official notification exam IBPS Clerk Mains exam will conduct from 02/03 January 2016. IBPS Clerk Mains admit card will available in in official website www.ibps.in. this year cut off will be like for all ST categories peoples 90 to 95 marks, IBPS Clerk Mains expected cut off for general category will be 130 to 135 marks for all other OBC 5 to 7 marks will be vary, the candidates those who going to write the mains exam concentrate on good score, all the candidates who cleared in Mains exam they all the tough competitor to each and every one.
OC: 130 to 135 marks
OBC: 130 marks
SC: 120 marks
ST: 90 to 95 marks
IBPS V Clerk Mains expected cut off marks 2016: IBPS CLERK MAINS Cut off marks will be declare in two days, candidates can check here individual cut off marks for like IBPS V Clerk Mains expected cut off marks for SC category, IBPS V Clerk Mains expected cut off marks for ST category, IBPS V Clerk Mains expected cut off marks for General category, IBPS V Clerk Mains expected cut off marks for OBC category. Like all the different categories can check the result from below link once it declared official. All the candidates who get cleared the Mains exam and all the candidates those who not cleared the exam also can check the cut off marks.
IBPS V Clerk Mains expected cut off marks: the cut off marks will decided by the officials of IBPS, depending the competition officials will put the cut off marks for different category people in India. The process to check the IBPS Clerk Mains expected cut off marks is same like the seen the result, once officials releases the cut off marks, candidates have to go to the below link and enter your registration number and password after that click on the submit button to see the cut off marks, then you can get know where you scored higher marks and where you scored less marks in the ibps v clerk mains exam.