IB Security Assistant Previous Year Cut Off – Check HERE !!

IB Security Assistant Previous Year Cut Off Last 5 Year Cut Off Marks of MHA Intelligence Bureau SA/Executive Post: This Year IB SA Expected Cut Off Marks Category Wise

As we know that the Ministry of Home Affairs has conducted the MHA IB Security Assistant/Executive Tier 1 Exam on 17 February 2019. The exam was held for the 1054 vacant vacancies. Now applicants who appeared in this exam are searching online for the IB Security Assistant Previous Year Cut Off Marks. As with the help of the previous year results, candidates can calculate their Expected Cut Off Marks of IB SA Exam of 2019.

In this article, we will provide you with all the details of the MHA IB Tier 1 Security Assistant/Executive Exam conducted on 17.02.2019. You can get here MHA IB SA Answer Key, Expected Cut Off Marks, Date of Tier 2 Exam as well as the expected date of Result. So stay in tune with us and if you have not bookmarked our website, kindly bookmark it and do remember to follow us on Facebook and WhatsApp also.

IB Security Assistant Previous Year Cut Off

MHA IB Security Assistant Previous Year Cut Off Marks – Last 5 Year Category Wise Cut Off Marks

Candidates can check here Category Wise Expected Cut Off Marks for IB Security Assistant Executive Exam held on 17/02/2019. Qualified Candidates from the Tier 1 Exam shall be made eligible to appear in the Tier 2 Exam. Shortlisted Candidates will then be called for the Interview Process.

Expected Cut Off Marks of MHA IB SA Exam 2019

  • General Category:- 36-39
  • OBC Category:- 32-35
  • SC Category:- 29-32
  • ST Category:- 27-30

Minimum Category Wise Cut Off needed for IB Security Assistant Exam

Name of the Section Questions Marks Difficulty Level Minimum Cut Off Marks (Category-wise)
General Awareness 40 40 Easy

 UR – 35

   OBC – 34

 SC – 33

 ST – 33

Quantitative Aptitude 20 20 Easy
Logical/ Analytical Ability 20 20 Moderate
English Language 20 20 Very Easy
Overall 100 100 EASY

Final Merit-> MHA IB SA Final merit list will be based on the basis of combined performance in Tier-I & Tier-III exam. For more details, you visit the official IB Website.

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