You can check here the SSC CHSL exam cut off for the year category wise and post wise easily.
- SSC CHSL Expected Cut Off 2016
- SSC CHSL Cut Off 2015
- SSC CHSL Cut Off 2014
- SSC CHSL Cut Off 2013
- SSC CHSL Cut Off 2012
- SSC CHSL Cut Off 2011
SSC CHSL Cut Off 2016 (Paper-I)
The final cut off has published by SSC for CHSL exam 2016 (Paper-I). The following table update on 01-06-2017.
Category Wise Cut Off
|Category||Cut Off Marks||Candidates Available|
To get a better insight for the SSC CHSL cut off 2016, let’s take a look into previous years cut off rates.
Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants/Lower Division Clerks Cut Off List 2015
|Category||Cut Off||Candidates Qualified in Typing Test|
Data Entry Operators Cut Off 2015
|Category||Cut Off||Candidates Qualified in DEST|
SSC CHSL Cut Off 2014 (Written Exam
SSC CHSL Cut Off 2013
SSC CHSL Cut Off 2012
SSC CHSL Cut Off 2011
The above mentioned figures were the cut off for the written exam. The exam offered a maximum score of 200 marks and the duration of the exam was 2 hours (2 hours and 40 minutes for VH).
From the above figure, we can easily conclude that if a person belongs to the general category, a score of 60- 65% is sufficient to qualify for the next round. For some groups like SC and ST, the cut off rate falls below 100, hence making a 50% score in the exam safe for them.
Based on the previous records and as per the other factors, the expected cut off for SSC CHSL Exam 2016, should be around:
Is This The Actual Cut Off for CHSL 2017?
No, this is not the actual cut off for CHSL exam 2017. This is only an expectation which has been computed by experts on the basis of exam paper trend and previous track records. In reality, the right to determine the cut-off is with the authority and the score mentioned on the official website of SSC, www.ssc.nic.in is only the actual cut off.
How is a SSC CHSL Exam Cut Off determined?
The cut off is determined by taking a variety of factors into the account. Here are some key factors which contribute to the cause-
- The ratio between applicants and vacant posts
- Level of exam paper- Easy, Medium, Tough
- Reservation quota
- Overall performance of the candidates in the exam
- External factors
What is the Difference Between Cut Off and Sectional Cut Off?
Cut off stands for the overall score in a paper which a candidate must score inorder to qualify for the next round. Whereas, sectional cut off stands for the minimum score which a candidate must score in every section inorder to qualify for the next round. Suppose a candidate scores 23, 35, 15 and 40 in the four respective sections in the exam, then his overall stands at 113. Now, if the department declares that the sectional cut off is 20, 25, 20 and 25 and the overall cut off is 95 then the candidate may have passed in the overall cut off, but not in sectional cut off, therefore, he will not qualify for the next level.
SSC CHSL Exam Important Pages
|Eligibility Criteria||Check Detail|
|Exam Pattern||Check Detail|
|Application Form||Check Detail|
|Admit Card||Check Detail|
|Cut Off||Check Detail|
|Preparation Tips||Check Detail|
|SSC CHSL Main Page||Check Detail|