The average marks scored by a student or candidate in any competitive exam is defined as his/her cut off mark. It is the minimum mark that one has to score to join any professional degree course or government job in India. Candidates whose cut off mark is below the minimum mark is considered ineligible. The cutoff marks for all the exams and the government jobs in India are decided by the particular recruitment board which has conducted the exam. The cut off marks varies for each exams.
Cut off marks are vary important for one who wish to join any professional degree such as medical, engineering, law etc. It also plays a major role in getting a government job in India undergoing exams such as upsc, ssb, rrb, ibps etc. The cut off percentage differs for various exams. Some exams may consider the overall score, and some may consider section wise scores. This site keeps you on updated cutoff marks for each competitive exams. Check whether your cut off marks scored matches your dream here.
The cutoff is determined based on the severity of the question paper and the number of candidates attended the exam. Usually, the average marks obtained by the candidates will be fixed as the cut off percentage. The below table lists you with the cut off marks / percentage for all competitive exams and government jobs in India. Click on the respective exam to view the cut off details individually.