WBSSC KPS Exam 2016 Qualifying Marks Part I & II Written Test


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WBSSC KPS Exam 2016 Qualifying Marks Part I & II Written Test

Krishi Prayukti Sahayak 2016 Cut Off Qualifying Marks for Part I & Part II Written Test WBSSC KPS

West Bengal Staff Selection Commission will conduct the KPS Exam 2016 on 18th December. We have given the part wise qualifying marks or cut off marks for the Krishi Prayukti Sahayak Written Exam. There will be separate cut off marks for both the Part I and Part II of the written exam. Cut off marks for the Part II (précis writing) is fixed whereas qualifying marks of the Part I is not fixed and will be decided by the WB Staff Selection Commission. The expected cut off marks for the Part I exam will be discussed here later. Candidates must secure the minimum marks to pass the exam, so they are now searching for what will be the cut off marks for the KPS Exam 2016. Unless you secure more number than the qualifying marks, you will not be able to appear in the interview which will be held later. We have written a detailed guide about the Krishi Prayukti Sahayak Exam 818 vacancy and cut off marks. Study the detailed information below. For more details, visit the official website – www.wbssc.gov.in.


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Part I Cut Off Marks:

Part 1 of the exam will be of objective MCQ type which will be taken in OMR sheet. The question paper will consist of 120 questions each carrying 1 mark. 2 hours will be provided to answer the Part I exam. The qualifying marks for the exam will be decided by the commission later as it will be dynamic depending upon how many candidates will be selected / qualified in written test for the WBSSC KPS Vacancy 2016. Category wise cut off that is for SC ST OBC and General (unreserved) will be published and we will update the same in this post. They may also declare part wise / section wise cut off marks.


Click to see – KPS Previous Year Model Question Paper Download PDF WBSSC 2016.


Paper II Qualifying Marks:

Paper 2 of the Krishi Prayukti Sahayak Exam will be descriptive which will be upon English Preci Writing. Candidates need to answer 1 question. Minimum marks required to qualify the Second Part of the exam is fixed and given below –

Category Qualifying marks
General (Unreserved) & OBC A B 10 marks
Scheduled Cast (SC) 7 marks
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 5 marks

Aggregate qualifying mark that is for Part I and II both will be decided by Commission for calling candidates in interview.

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15 Comments on WBSSC KPS Exam 2016 Qualifying Marks Part I & II Written Test

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  1. Niyog Thik Hobey To,question Out Korbey Na To Suff Selection Commision

  2. kps cut off koto thakba?????

  3. Part 1 koto pala quALify korbo

    1. part wise qualifying marks deoa ache.plx check.

      1. General candidate – 50 pele interview er call letter pabo?

  4. obc category te apply kore6ilam but admit card e UR category achhe eta correction kora jabe

    1. Correction online e possible noy, apnake WBSSC er sthe contact korte hobe.

      1. What will b da cut off marks for sc in first part in kps

  5. kothay dewa ache

    1. Detailed advertisement e beriechilo.

  6. What will be expected cut off marks in part 1 for general to get interview…

  7. What will be expected cut off marks in part 1 for general to get interview in wb kps 2016

  8. Maybe 78 cut off for general candidates

    1. Eto besi hobe na . question paper was quite standered .so I think it may be 60 +- 5 for general .

  9. Result published kab tak hoga

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