The Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) conducts the EPFO SSA (Employees' Provident Fund Organisation Social Security Assistant) exam for the recruitment of Social Security Assistants. The previous year cut off for the EPFO SSA exam changes from year to year and is determined by a variety of factors such as the exam's difficulty level, the number of candidates who took the exam, and the number of vacancies available. In this article, we discussed the EPFO SSA Previous Year Cut Off.
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|Category||Cut off Marks (out of 230)|
|Kerala & Lakshadweep||65||–||–||72.25||83|
|North East Region||–||55.50||65||58.25||74|
|Punjab & Chandigarh||–||–||–||–||86.25|
|Kerala & Lakshadweep||106.92||–||–||$||140.84|
|North East Region||–||90.76||110.50||$||124.84|
|Punjab & Chandigarh||–||–||–||–||155.71|
- Number of vacancies: The total number of vacancies available for the EPFO SSA exam plays a significant role in determining the cut-off. If there are more vacancies, the cut-off will likely be lower as more candidates can qualify.
- Exam difficulty level: The difficulty level of the examination can have an impact on the cut-off marks. If the exam is difficult, the cut-off may be lower to guarantee that a sufficient number of candidates qualify. If the exam is easier, the cut-off may be greater since more candidates will pass.
- The overall number of applicants taking the EPFO SSA exam may have an impact on the cut-off. When there are a large number of candidates, the competition heats up, and the cut-off may be raised. In contrast, if the number of candidates is small, the cut-off may be lower.
- Previous year's cut-off: The cut-off for the previous year's EPFO SSA exam can be used to determine the current year's cut-off. The conducting authority may take into account criteria such as average applicant performance in the preceding year and make adjustments accordingly.