RRB MI Cut Off: Check Ministerial & Isolated Category Posts Cut Off which are provided in this post. The railway had conducted RRB MI Exam from 15th December 2020 to 18.12.2020 & on 07th January 2021 in various Zonal Railways and Production Units of Indian Railways for 1663 Vacancies. Cut off is the minimum qualifying marks that candidates need to score to qualify for the exam and become eligible for the next round of the selection process. The RRB MI cut-off CBT 1 has been released separately for different railway zones and categories.
RRB Normalisation Process
- Normalization means to measure the different values of different times on the same scale.
- This process is adapted by RRB to balance the difficulty level of questions as the exam will be in multiple shifts.
- This ensures that the level of examination is equal for all shifts.
- It will more easy to understand it with an example. Example: If the negative marking is 1/3 and,the candidate answered 80 questions, out of which 12 were wrong,then the raw score will be 80 – 12 – 12 * (1/3) = 64. Here 64 is the raw score.
Knowing the cut-off of any exam that you are going to appear for keeps the curiosity alive in a devoted aspirant so that his preparation matches the standard of the competition.
RRB MI Cut Off
The region-wise RRB MI cut-off has been provided below. Candidates must check according to their region.
RRB MI Ahmedabad Cut Off
RRB MI Ajmer Cut Off
RRB MI Bhopal Cut Off
RRB MI Bhubneshwar Cut Off
RRB MI Bilaspur Cut Off
RRB MI Chandigarh Cut Off
RRB MI Chennai Cut Off
RRB MI Guwahati Cut Off
RRB MI Jammu Cut Off
RRB MI Kolkata Cut Off
RRB MI Malda Cut Off
RRB MI Mumbai Cut Off
RRB MI Patna Cut Off
RRB MI Ranchi Cut Off
RRB MI Secunderabad Cut Off
RRB MI Thiruvananthapuram Cut Off
RRB MI Allahabad Cut Off
RRB MI Cut Off FAQs:
Q. Is the RRB MI exam tough?
Ans: RRB MI exam is moderate as per the reviews of candidates.
Q. Is there any sectional cutoff in RRB MI?
Ans: No, there is no sectional cut-off in RRB MI.