ESIC Cut Offs – Check State-Wise ESIC UDC & Steno Cut offs

ESIC Cut Off Marks: Know about the ESIC cut off of UDC and ESIC Stenographer. Checking previous year cut off will help you know what is the minimum requirement and help you align your preparation accordingly. So let’s get started.

How to Check the ESIC Cut Off Marks?

The ESIC will release the cut off list for the ESIC Recruitment 2020 exam on the official website after successfully conducting the exam. You can follow these steps in order to check the cut off marks:

  • Visit the official website of ESIC
  • On the homepage, you will find the fresh link of ESIC Cutoff list, Click on it.
  • The screen will redirect you and show the pdf of the ESIC cut off list 2020.
  • The candidates can have a look at the same and download it for further use.
  • The candidates can compare their marks with the cut off marks to determine if they have qualified the exam or not.

Note- The ESIC UDC Cut off marks differ from state to state, from post to post and will differ from category to category, namely General, OBC, ST, SC, etc so check correctly.

ESIC 2019 Cut Off Marks – State-Wise for Various Categories

ESIC UDC Minimum Qualifying Marks:

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

ESIC UDC Previous year cut off Marks:

State Wise UR OBC SC ST EWS PWD-A EXS
Andhra Pradesh 165 151 126 127 85.5 126.5
Bihar 165 163 122.5 123 155.5 105 138.5
Chhattisgarh 141 125.5 99.5 96 92 88.5
Delhi D (M) D 148 117.5 111.5 109.5 97 146 74
Delhi HQRS 157.5 14.5 142 127.5 131.5 120
Delhi RO 169.5 155 174 114.5 149.5 80.5 135.5
Goa 156 140.5 141 126
Gujarat 161 145.5 151 118.5 135 68.5 105
Himachal Pradesh 150 107 112 120.5 61.5 122
J & K 151 80.5
Jharkhand 168.5 114 124 123 119.5
Karnataka 153.5 141 128.5 118 125 62 83
Kerala 167.5 162.5 118.5 129 71.5 125.5
Madhya Pradesh 153 139.5 118.5 112 104 84.5 82
Maharashtra 161 150 151 126 133.5 118.5 111.5
North East Regions 158 129 117 132.5 99.5 73.5
Odisha 163.5 161 152 118.5 137.5 148
Pondicherry 155 155 126.5 126 95
Punjab 169 146.5 131.5 119.5 61 118
Rajasthan 164 151.4 135 141.5 145.5 69.5 125.5
Tamil Nadu 163.5 159.5 147 109.5 117 86.5 71.5
Telangana 163 152.5 146 136 139 103
Uttar Pradesh 162.5 147 132 144 92.5 143
Uttarakhand 163 123 131.5 82 144
West Bengal 165 151 133 98 119.5 128

ESIC Stenographer Minimum Qualifying Marks:

Sections UR OBC SC ST

PWD

EX SER
English Language 45 40 35 35 30 35
Reasoning Ability 22.5 20 17.5 17.5 15 17.5
General Awareness 22.5 20 17.5 17.5 15 17.5
Total 90 80 70 70 60 70

ESIC Stenographer Previous Year Cut offs:

State Wise UR
Andhra Pradesh 141
Bihar 108.5
Chhattisgarh 112.25
Delhi D (M) D 115
Delhi HQRS 148
Delhi RO 108.5
Goa 158.5
Gujarat 108.75
J & K 108.5
Jharkhand 118
Karnataka 114
Kerala 131.25
Madhya Pradesh 96.5
Maharashtra 101
North East Regions 112.5
Odisha 112.25
Pondicherry 146
Punjab 102
Rajasthan 129.25
Tamil Nadu 107.5
Telangana 97.75
Uttar Pradesh 133.75
Uttarakhand 109
West Bengal 138.25

Factors Determining ESIC Exam 2020 Cut Offs

The cut offs of the ESIC exam is decided by the Employees state insurance corporation. The ESIC Cut Off score is determined by the following key factors:

  • Number of the candidates appearing for the test
  • The difficulty level of the ESIC exam
  • The available vacancies of seats for the recruitment under ESIC
  • Normalisation techniques.

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ESIC Cut Offs FAQs

Q. Are the ESIC Cut Offs the same for every state?

Ans- No, The ESIC UDC Cut off marks differ from state to state, from post to post and will differ from category to category, namely General, OBC, ST, SC, etc.

Q. Where can a candidate check the ESIC Cut Offs?

Ans- Candidates can check  ESIC Cut Offs by visiting the official site of ESIC.

Q. What are the factors that determine ESIC Exam Cutoffs?

Ans- The cut offs of the ESIC exam is decided by the Employees state insurance corporation. The ESIC Cut Off score is determined by the following key factors:

  • Number of the candidates appearing for the test
  • The difficulty level of the ESIC exam
  • The available vacancies of seats for the recruitment under ESIC
  • Normalisation techniques.
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