UPSC CAPF Cut off 2019 - Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) releases UPSC CAPF 2019 cut off in two parts - Part 1 and 2. Part 1 of CAPF cut off will be released for written examination and part 2 will be UPSC CAPF 2019 final cut off for combined written exam and interview. UPSC CAPF 2019 Cutoff is the minimum qualifying marks that candidates must secure to qualify the exam and become eligible for further exam stages. UPSC CAPF cut off 2019 is released for both the parts after the final recruitment for the exam. UPSC CAPF 2019 written exam is scheduled to be conducted on August 18, 2019. Based on the analysis of previous years’ UPSC CAPF cut off, candidates belonging to General, OBC, SC and ST category must secure a minimum of 25% i.e. 50 marks in Paper 2 while Ex-Servicemen must secure minimum of 10% i.e. 20 marks in Paper 2 to be eligible to appear for the next round.Latest: Check UPSC CAPF Result 2019 (Written Exam) DeclaredFor paper 1 and 2 candidates must score 15% aggregate marks to qualify for the written exam. UPSC CAPF 2019 cut off score will be calculated out of 250 marks for Paper 1 whereas the cutoff marks of Paper 1 and 2 is calculated out of 450 marks. The final UPSC CAPF cut off 2019 marks will be calculated out of 600 marks. Candidates appearing for UPSC CAPF must score equal or above the cut off marks fixed by the commission for the recruitment of Assistant Commandants (Group A) in Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF), Border Security Force (BSF), Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) and Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB). UPSC CAPF cut off 2019 will be released in April 2020.
Expected Cut off of UPSC CAPF 2019
Based on the feedback received from the candidates we can say exam was moderate level. Hence based on the difficulty level of UPSC CAPF 2019 exam for paper 1 and paper 2 we can expect the cut off for the exam will be
Cut off of Paper 1
Cut off of Paper 1 and 2
UPSC CAPF Cut off 2018- ReleasedFactors determining CAPF Cut off 2019
While determining the cut off of UPSC CAPF, there are some factors which are taken into consideration.
Number of vacancies
Number of candidates appeared in the exam
Difficulty level of the examination
The CAPF cutoff of written exam is released in two stages. First, CAPF cutoff 2019 for written exam of Paper 1 is declared. UPSC CAPF cutoff 2019 score of Paper 1 is calculated out of 250 marks. A combined CAPF cutoff of paper 1 and 2 is released by UPSC where the cutoff is calculated out of 450 marks. There are different qualifying UPSC CAPF 2019 cutoff for different categories where it is important for the candidates to score above or equal to the cutoff score fixed by UPSC. As per previous years’ analysis candidates belonging to General, OBC, SC and ST must secure minimum of 25% i.e. 50 marks in Paper 2 while Ex-Servicemen must secure minimum of 10% i.e. 20 marks in Paper 2. The aggregate 15% in both Paper 1 and 2 is minimum marks required to qualify for CAPF 2019 exam for Ex-Servicemen. Candidates can check the expected and previous years UPSC CAPF cutoffs below.
The final cutoff of UPSC CAPF 2019 is the combined score of written exam and interview. CAPF cutoff 2019 is marks obtained by the last recommended candidate. The final cut off of CAPF is calculated out of 600. Candidates who score equal or above the final UPSC CAPF cutoff 2019 are selected for the recruitment of Assistant Commandants (Group A) in Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF), Border Security Force (BSF), Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) and Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB).
The result of CAPF is released separately for written, PST/PET and interview. UPSC will declare the result of written exam of CAPF in November 2019. Candidates qualifying written test will be eligible to appear for PST/PET test. Candidates who will be declared qualified in the Medical Standards Tests will be eligible to appear in Interview/Personality Test. The final merit list will be prepared by the Commission on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates in the written examination and Interview/Personality Test.
The official cut off scores is published by the examination authority on its official website once the selection process is over. You will be able to check the cut off marks in the form of PDF wherein you will find the category wise cut off scores.
To pass the exam, you will have to secure both qualifying marks as well as the minimum cut off scores.
The qualifying marks are mentioned in the notification of the exam which states that candidates who will secure the minimum qualifying marks will only be considered further to compete for the cut off. However, the cut off marks are determined after the conclusion of the exam depending on the number of appeared candidates, vacancies and level of the exam.
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