The India Post GDS Cut Off 2023 is eagerly awaited by candidates who applied successfully for the India Post GDS schedule 2 recruitment. The Indian Postal Circle conducted a very competitive hiring drive in 2023 called the India Post GDS Recruitment for people who are interested in working as GDS (Gramin Dak Sevak) in the Indian Postal Department.
As we know, recently India Post GDS 4th merit list has been released by the authority, and now candidates are waiting for the 5th merit list, which is going to be released very soon by the Indian Postal Circle. In this blog, we will discuss the India Post GDS Cut Off 2023, its detailed overview, merit list, selection process and more.
GDS Cut Off 2023
The Department of Post has officially confirmed that in the second week of November 2023, they will publish the 5th merit list. A candidate must meet the minimum cut off marks with the goal of being eligible for selection in the India Post GDS 5th Merit List. There were 30041 total vacancies in Schedule 2 recruitment, which may have an impact on the overall cut-off. The GDS Cut Off 2023 is a minimum qualifying mark that candidates need to score in order to move on to the next round of the selection process.
India Post GDS Cut Off 2023
|Organization||Indian Postal Department|
|Article||GDS Cut Off 2023|
|Posts||Gramin Dak Sevak (GDS) & More|
|Category||Cut Off Marks|
|Merit List Status||4-Merit List Released (Sep to Now)|
|Final Cut Off||TBR – Online (Very Soon)|
|Selection Procedure||Merit Based + Documentation|
Obtaining qualifying grades alone cannot guarantee that a candidate’s name will appear on the merit list because, in order to be eligible for the 5th merit list candidates must also clear the cut off 2023.
GDS Cut Off 2023 Category Wise
The Department of Post will release the GDS cut off 2023 differently for different categories to ensure fair and equal chances for candidates belonging to backward categories. The reservation rules and the number of candidates belonging to each category have the largest impact on the GDS cut off marks 2023. Each state will release its own cut off list according to the number of vacant GDS positions in their state.
Candidates will have an increased chance of being selected for the India post GDS 5th merit list 2023 if they cross the cut-off marks. The expected India Post GDS 2023 cut off was for UR category candidates, the expected range is 90 to 95%, For EWS / PWD category candidates, it is 85 to 90%, For OBC category candidates, 80 to 85%, and For SC / ST and categories, the ranges are 75 to 80%.
|Category||Cut Off Marks|
India Post GDS 5th Merit List
As we know, the India post GDS 4th merit list for schedule 2 recruitment has officially been released, and now candidates who are not selected will be waiting for the GDS 5th merit list, which is going to be released in the last week of November 2023. Candidates who get aggregate marks above the GDS cut off 2023 will appear in post 5th merit list and after that, they will be called for other stages of selection.
In the case where two or more applicants have the same academic profile, the 5th merit list selection will be based on the tie breaking rule. Only those candidates can expect their name on the GDS 5th merit list who have registered for the scheduled 2 recruitment in between 3rd August to 23rd August 2023, Wednesday.
Steps to Check GDS Cut Off 2023
The GDS cut off marks 2023 will be out in the form of a state wise list, and candidate can download it by following the steps given below-
- Step 1: Candidates need to search for the official website of the Department of Post (www.indiapost.gov.in)
- Step 2: After the release, candidates have to click on the important updates selection and click on the ” GDS cut off 2023″ link.
- Step 3: After that, applicants have to click on the state, and the state wise cut off list will appear.
- Step 4: Now candidates can check cut off marks according to their categories, or they can download for future reference.
The Indian Postal Circle decides the cut off 2023 based on a number of factors, including the total number of vacant positions, the total number of applications, and the applicant’s academic record. An UR candidate must score 40%, an OBC candidate must score 37%, and a ST/SC candidate must score 33% in order to be eligible for the Post GDS Recruitment.