ESIC Cut-Off

The ESIC cut off for 2022 will be released officially once the exam has been successfully conducted. For now this article will give the qualifying marks for 2022 as well as previous years cutoffs.

Along with this, the article will also highlight how the cut 0ff marks are calculated for the ESIC Recruitment exam.

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What are the qualifying marks for the ESIC 2022 Exam?

The minimum qualifying marks for prelims and mains for ESIC 2022 exam are as follows:

Category Minimum Marks % Minimum Qualifying Marks out of 200
General (UR/EWS) 45% 90
OBC 40% 80
SC 35% 70
ST 35% 70
PWD 30% 60
Ex-Serviceman 35% 70

Previous Years Cut-Off Marks for ESIC

The Cut-offs for ESIC Prelims 2019 is as follows:

Region  UR SC ST OBC EWS PWD A PWD B PWDC PWD D&E EXS
Andhra Pradesh 165 151 126 127 85.5 126.5
Bihar 165 122.5 123 163 155.5 105 63 138.5
Chhattisgarh 141 99.5 96 125.5 92 80.5 88.5
Delhi D (M) D 148 111.5 109.5 117.5 97 146 96.5 66 102.5 74
Delhi HQRS 157.5 142 127.5 140.5 131.5 65 84.5 120
Delhi RO 169.5 147 114.5 155 149.5 80.5 63.5 140 123.5 135.5
Goa 156 140.5 141 126
Gujarat 161 151 118.5 145.5 135 68.5 93.5 110 64 105
Himachal Pradesh 150 112 107 120.5 61.5 122
J&K 151 80.5
Jharkhand 168.5 114 124 123 119.5
Karnataka 153.5 128.5 118 141 125 62 62.5 115 67.5 83
Kerala 167.5 118.5 162.5 129 71.5 74 79.5 107.5 125.5
Madhya Pradesh 153 118.5 112 139.5 104 84.5 75.5 82
Maharashtra 161 151 126 150 133.5 118.5 63.5 122.5 92.5 111.5
North East Regions 158 117 132.5 129 99.5 73.5
Orissa 163.5 152 118.5 161 137.5 62.5 148
Puducherry 155 126.5 155 126 95
Punjab 169 131.5 146.5 119.5 61 63.5 118
Rajasthan 164 135 141.5 151.5 145.5 69.5 80 101 142 125.5
Tamil Nadu 163.5 147 109.5 159.5 117 86.5 77.5 137.5 88 71.5
Telangana 163 146 136 152.5 139 60.5 115.5 103
Uttar Pradesh 162.5 132 147 144 92.5 63 124.5 143
Uttrakhand 163 123 131.5 82 144
West Bengal 165 133 98 151 119.5 88.5 114.5 76.5 128

The Cut-offs for ESIC Mains 2019 is as follows:

Region  UR SC ST OBC EWS PWD A PWD B PWDC PWD D&E EXS
Andhra Pradesh 117.5 96.5 86 93 64.75 76.75
Bihar 121.25 83.75 78.25 117.25 109.5 65.75 62.25 92
Chhattisgarh 109.25 85.25 71.25 102.5 96.25 61.5 70
Delhi D (M) D 111 74.25 77.25 87.5 90.75 78 64.25 80.5 60 70
Delhi HQRS 117.5 104.75 83.25 94 96.25 63.75 61.5 84.25
Delhi RO 126.25 100.25 80.25 108 103 69.75 96.75 101 89
Goa 111.25 100 105.5 83.75
Gujarat 119 106 82.5 104.25 102.5 60.75 66.75 83 76
Himachal Pradesh 116.75 91.75 87.75 91.25 81 82.25
J&K 109.25 90.25
Jharkhand 123 77.75 83.25 92 83.25
Karnataka 115.75 96.25 87.5 105.75 98.75 67.25 61.5 79.25 69.5 70.5
Kerala 123.5 88.5 116.5 93 66.75 70.75 66.75 87.75
Madhya Pradesh 118.25 91.25 77.5 105 91.25 70.25 74.75
North East Regions 114.5 87.25 92.75 98.75 91.25 70
Orissa 121.5 107.25 85.5 115.5 104.5 60 94
Puducherry 118.25 96 116.5 93.25
Punjab 129.75 93.25 107.5 97.25 77.25 60.5 84
Rajasthan 119.5 86 92.25 109 98.5 61 75.75 69.25 76.75 87.75
Tamil Nadu 123.25 106.25 79.5 119.25 96.5 103.25 63.5 101.75 73.5 70
Telangana 121.75 103.25 99.25 111.5 110.25 67.75 72 77.5
Uttar Pradesh 123.25 91.75 108 106.5 82.25 63.5 94.25 94.25
Uttrakhand 119 101.75 92.75 61 90.25
West Bengal 120.75 93.75 70.75 102.25 90 61 76 61.5 85.75

 

How is the Cut-off calculated for the ESIC Exam?

Candidates who are applying for the ESIC UDC examination for 2022 have three stages which include Prelims, Main, and Computer Skills. The candidates have to qualify both the written papers in order to get selected for Phase III (Computer skills). Below are given the steps to calculate the marks secured.

Paper I (Prelims)- steps to calculate the marks 

  • This paper includes 100 questions and each question carries 2 marks.
  • Remember to deduct ¼ (0.5 marks) of the assigned marks for every wrong answer marked.
  • Now, note down the number of questions attempted correctly and the number of questions attempted incorrectly.
  • Then multiply 2 with every correct answer and 0.5 with the number of incorrect answers marked and then subtract both of them.
  • Then you will find the exact marks.

Paper-II (Main)- steps to calculate the marks

  • This paper includes 200 questions and each question carries 1 mark.
  • Remember to deduct ¼ (0.5 marks) of the assigned marks for every wrong answer marked.
  • Now, note down the number of questions attempted correctly and the number of questions attempted incorrectly.
  • Then multiply 0.5 with the number of incorrect answers marked and then subtract both of them.
  • Then you will find the exact marks.

Frequently Asked Question about ESIC Cutoff?

What are the factors affecting ESIC Cutoffs?

Some of the factors affecting the ESIC cut-offs are the number of students qualifying the examination number of vacancies for the ESIC and how difficult the exam is.

Who releases the ESIC Cutoff?

The ESIC Cut Off is the minimum number of marks obtained by a candidate to qualify an ESIC exam. This exam is for the post of Managers Gr-II/Security Officers (SSOs)/Superintendents. The ESIC Cut Off is released by the participating conducting body.

What are the Qualifying Marks for the ESIC Exam?

The Qualifying Marks in Phase-I (Preliminary Exam.), Phase – II (Main Exam.) will be 45% for UR Category, 40% for OBC Category & EWS category, 35% for SC, ST & Ex. Servicemen category and 30% for PWD Category. The Qualifying Marks in Phase –III Computer Skill Test/Objective Type Computer Test for PWDs will be decided at the discretion of ESIC.

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