AAI ATC Previous Year Cutoff 2022 | 2012-2021 Survey Previous Cutoff Marks

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aai atc previous year cutoff: Are you looking for the AAI Previous cutoff marks and latest AAI Cut Off marks 2022 exam, then you’re in the right place for the AAI ATC Cutoff Marks. In this post. We are given the cutoff marks from 2012 to 2020. These cutoff marks will help to understand the level of AAI selections and exam standards.

The AAI Previous Cutoff Marks are released by the Airport Authority of India Previous cutoff marks for previous years’ cutoff scores for the selection process. the AAI Cutoff score 2020 is available for AAI Junior Assistant cutoff marks, AAI Junior Executive Cutoff Marks 2020.

Those who are waiting for selection criteria are then able to check out the cutoff scores in AAI previous year wise Criteria. The Airports Authority of India AAI published a recruitment notification for the 2020 year regarding the recruitment of the Junior Executive, Junior Executive (Information Technology), Junior Executive (Electrical Engineering), Junior Executive (Civil Engineering), Junior Executive (Finance), Junior Executive Electronics & ATC. 

AAI ATC Cutoff Marks

We will publish the REAL TIME AAI ATC 2022 Cutoff marks, once the candidates submit their own marks in the below form as per reservation wise..

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AAI ATC Cut off 2022

As per the 2015 year AAI Previous Cutoff marks / Score, The Airport Authority of India Junior Executive exam’s previous cutoff marks was 78 marks for the general category, 69 for the OBC category and 65 for the SC category and 60 Marks for ST Category. These are marked listed out in the AAI JE 2015 year cutoff marks.

AAI atc expected cut off 2022 is important to predict the post wise selection procedures, further details were listed out for the candidates listed on this page for the candidates reference purpose.

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  • General Category: 98 Marks
  • OBC Category: 76 Marks
  • SC Category: 65 Marks
  • ST Category: 60 Marks

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Expected AAI JE Cut Off by Aspirants Marks

  • General Category: 82-88 Marks
  • OBC Category: 73-79 Marks
  • SC Category: 63-67 Marks
  • ST Category: 59-64 Marks

AAI JE ATC Cutoff Marks 2012

The Cutoff Marks are given below for Airport Authority of India Junior Executive Cutoff Marks 2012 (AAI JE Cutoff Marks 2012), these cutoff marks are for the selection process of Junior Executive 2012.

  • General Category: 64 Marks
  • OBC Category: 60 Marks
  • SC Category: 57 Marks
  • ST Category: 54 Marks

July 2012 Cutoff Marks

  • OC/General: 64 marks
  • OBC: 60 marks
  • SC: 57 marks
  • ST: 54 marks

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AAI JE ATC Cutoff Marks 2015

The Cutoff Marks are given below for Airport Authority of India Junior Executive Cutoff Marks 2015 (AAI JE Cutoff Marks 2015), these cutoff marks are for the selection process of Junior Executive 2015.

  • General Category: 70-76 marks
  • OBC Category: 68-75 marks
  • SC Category: 62-68 marks
  • ST Category: 57-62 marks

AAI JE ATC Cutoff Marks 2015

The Cutoff Marks are given below for Airport Authority of India Junior Executive Cutoff Marks 2015 (AAI JE Cutoff Marks 2015), these cutoff marks are for the selection process of Junior Executive 2015.

  • General Category: 90 marks
  • OBC Category: 81 marks
  • SC Category: 79 marks
  • ST Category: 75 marks

December 2015 Cutoff Marks

  • General: 76.459 marks
  • OBC: 73.000 marks
  • SC: 68.170 marks
  • ST: 64.026 marks

July 2015 Cutoff

  • General: 98.122 marks
  • OBC: 92.308 marks
  • SC: 89.00 marks
  • ST: 86.00 marks

April 2015 Cutoff Marks

  • OC/General: 102 marks
  • OBC: 99 marks
  • SC: 94 marks
  • ST: 89 marks

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AAI JE ATC Cutoff Marks 2018

AAI ATC post wise cut off marks are listed for the candidate’s reference wise;

Junior Executive Posts (ATC)

  • General / OC: 87 marks
  • OBC: 83 marks
  • SC: 78.769 marks
  • ST: 75.394 marks

Junior Executive (Technical)

  • OC/General: 96 marks
  • OBC: 94 marks
  • SC: 87 marks
  • ST: No candidates

Junior Executive (Fire Service)

  • OC/General: 75 marks
  • OBC: 72 marks
  • SC: 72 marks
  • ST: 70 marks

Junior Executive (Corp Planning & Management Service)

  • General / OC: 92 marks
  • OBC/SC/ST: No candidates

Junior Executive Post

  • General / OC: 94 marks
  • OBC: 90 marks
  • SC: 85 marks
  • ST: 82 marks

Junior Executive (IT)

  • OC/General: 87 marks
  • OBC: 81 marks
  • SC: 80 marks
  • ST: 71 marks

2019-2020 AAI Cutoff Marks

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Junior Engineer (JE Electronics)

For GEN, OBC, SC, and ST Candidates qualified with First marks

  • GEN – 101
  • OBC – 95
  • SC – 87
  • ST – 82

For GEN, OBC, SC, and ST Candidates qualified Last marks

  • GEN – 83
  • OBC – 79
  • SC – 74
  • ST – 71

Junior Engineer (JE ATC)

For GEN, OBC, SC, and ST Candidates qualified with First marks

  • GEN – 92
  • OBC – 90
  • SC – 77
  • ST – 80

For GEN, OBC, SC, and ST Candidates qualified Last marks

  • GEN – 78
  • OBC – 74
  • SC – 69
  • ST – 65

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Final Selection Marks

Junior Engineer (JE Electronics)

For GEN, OBC, SC, and ST Candidates qualified with First marks

  • GEN – 123
  • OBC – 119
  • SC – 105
  • ST – 102

For GEN, OBC, SC, and ST Candidates qualified Last marks

  • GEN – 107
  • OBC – 103
  • SC – 97
  • ST – 93

Junior Engineer (JE Electronics)

For GEN, OBC, SC, and ST Candidates qualified with First marks

  • GEN – 116
  • OBC – 112
  • SC – 103
  • ST – 95

For GEN, OBC, SC, ST Candidates qualified Last marks

  • GEN – 102
  • OBC – 99
  • SC – 94
  • ST – 89

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  1. Agr Tumhare purbazo ke jse ayyash st sc OBC abrevenge le to kya hoga tumhara 100% reservation diye tumhe

    Therse is over all 30% genral Cate population which is taking advantage of 45% of every competitive examinations it’s bcz of we had been (sc st OBC ) patience by giving a gift 🎁 of 100% for genral caste in the past for 1000yeras I hope you forget it it was a gift for you guys genral catses people’s so why you are splitting here it’s not your fault it’s older ones fault they taught you that we have been got 1000years bcz we birth for it yes is it ???

    But now in these days unfortunately got an independence so why” tum appne man ki marzi nhi kr pa rhe ho na ”

    “”””Example : tum log kya krte the btau to sun st sc OBC ko kpde b phnne ka freedom nhi tha agr same ab sc st OBC kre to Donkey or humans m kya diffrence rhega
    Gussa to hume b aata h tumhare purbazo pr pr hum atleast humanity to dhikhate h “””’

    now you guys are disappointed lack of patience you guys can have doubt about the talents from sc st OBC ‘s it’s bcz of we gave you a gifts for past 1000 years ,

    So you guys have to thank us for such a big gift instead of taking the words inside your mind still you guys are doing such things .

    • yess. off course gov. gift to you #reservation and u’ll not hesitate to get that job.
      I have 86 and i know i’ll not be selected as i belongs to general.

      I HOPE YOU ARE THAT POOR WHO DONT HAVE MONEY TO STUDY AND NEEDS RESERVATION.

      • SC has only 15% reservation . BC has 26% . why you focus is on SC. money is the criteria . its population based reservation . out of 23 crore SC he is competing . if you are not selected it means there are more smart people than me in General . If he is selected it means he is smarter in the SC. moreover the cutoff difference is getting less year over year. BC is both rich and get reservation wont your mind think of it?

        • Mirchi lgi ma’m..gift toh hai govt ka aap logon ko..let me throw some light on the ground reality fr you as you seem to be quite naive and judgmental without even knowing the facts..first of all ur stats are wrong..SC is 20%, ST is 9%, OBC 41% and general is 30% of the total population..but this has nothing to do with the reservation policy of India..cause we already are battling the over population crisis in India..Reservation does’nt seek to change the demographics of the nation..instead it aims for the social and economic upliftment of the backward classes in the nation..and this aim could hv been realised till now if the benefit of reservation ws availed and utilized by each and every individual of the backward class..

          bt the ground reality of the backward class is that the rich is growing richer nd poor are becoming poorer..the benefits of reservation today is primarily enjoyed by the rich among the backward class and a vast section of the society are left untouched with the benefits, as obviously the rich hs access to better education nd facilities which provides them an upper hand against the poor nd needy section of the backward society..is this fair?

          Secondaly, ma’m plz note this, out of 23 crore sc is competing both for the reserved as well as general seats..so when a deserving, eligible, needy and a destitute general candidate is left out its not that he ain’t smart enough..its because this nation does’nt gives a damn about him or if he belongs to a poor family, just because he ws born in general category..is this fair?
          and to change to ur bigoted opinion I need to mention..nt all of the general category people hv lands nd property or belong to a well to do family..is this reservation policy fair to them?

          half of the seats are reserved everywhere for SC/ST/OBC nd other categories, and then with the seats left, again reserved categories are eligible for..does this make the competition fair? moreover we general pay Rs 1000 for a form while for some categories its free..
          I am nt anti any religion or caste but I strongly feel if RESERVATIONS ARE HERE TO STAY then it’s benefit must only be availed by economically weaker sections..those reserved candidates who are from well to do family always have an edge over economically weaker reserved candidates and thus killing opportunities for reservation deserving reserved candidates..

          I have had reserved categories friends since I was a kid (back then i had no idea of reservation system of India), we grew in the same society, went to the same school, we are fairly alike competent in studies..but when it comes to job, he is preferred over me everywhere..this hs’nt affected our friendship neither it will..but to be honest the system creates a sense of resentment in me for my friend as he gets through easily and i don’t , although i worked hard for it. I feel like being rejected just because I was born in a Brahmin family.

          Life is unfair nd India is nt a great country to be born in..
          Provide financial aid, free education, free skill training, only to economically weaker sections and that’s sufficient..reserving seats in govt. jobs or educational institutions is ridiculous..it kills opportunity nd is a major hindrance in a country’s development. Reservation must be interdicted.

          • Kaash tere maa baap ya dada pardada ne logo ki latrines saaf ki hoti…itna bhokta nhi tu.apne baap ko apne so called sc st dosto k ghar unki tatti saaf krne bhej…fir maariyo itni lambi lambi baate

          • Aur rishabh shukla tujhe kuch pata nhi reservation system k baare me. Isliye chup chap ghar par baith kr padhai kr…mujhe nhi lgta tere aai k exam me 50 number bhi aye honge.bas baate krle. Ma baap k paiso ka kha chup chap ..aur padhai kr naukari pa aur life me aage badh. Yaha sc st obc gen ki baate na karo… and btw I belong to gen category. But kyuki I have read good books so I know abt the reservation system. And I support it. These people must get it till the cutoffs meet parallalely. And of course you grow up.and dnt spread hatred in the societyon the basis of castes.

            • 1 -> m spreading awareness..nt hatred..go love urslf..you ugly looking faggot
              2 -> I don’t believe in caste system..i don’t care frm which caste you belong..pr teri soch boht neech h..you shudnt hv disrespected my father
              3 -> book k panno se gaand pochhne wale keede..teko meri baatein bheje me gyi toh hain nhi..kaise good books pdhta h tu keede
              4 -> prakash ji, cutoff kaise barabar ho jayega jb reserved (SC/ST OBC nd others) category k candidates general seats bhi le jayenge..vo toh dono reserved aur general seats k liye eligible hain..reserved cutoff kabhi equivalent to general cutoff nhi hoga bewakoofon..vo bna hi isliye hai ki km marks pe bhi selection ho jaye reserved waalon ka..gaand se budhi nikaliye..prakash ji..bum bhole boliye..baba aashirvad denge…..
              1000 rs me jo form fill krte general candidates, unko 100/200 me avail kra kr reserved waalon ko..kya cutoff equivalent hoga..
              5 -> Nd m nt even totally against reservations..bt it shud hv proper regulations and concepts..I hv clearly mentioned if reservations are here to stay it shud be availed only by reservation deserving candidates i.e who are either physically or financially challenged…lineage shudnt be the criteria for availing reservation (Quota)..many from reserved category already belong from a well to do family..they are blocking the development reach through poor sections of the society (either reserved or unreserved) ..who really do need help
              6 -> moreover don’t you think giving scholarships, providing free education and free healthcare, subsidized food, access to technology or even providing financial support, is enough to secure them a govt. job or a prosperous future..

      • did you create the land ? but how you own it and we don’t ? its a free gift you have for years . reservation is similar . You give away the landholding to us . we will give the jobs to you .

        • Its rly sad to accept bt this is how our Indian society ever ws..It ws divided among classes and a particular job ws assigned to each group..there ws no independency in the choice of work, nd people hd to continue even against their wishes..it continued so and then the type work nd job created a sense of discrimination among people..It got far worse during the Raja Maharajas period nd a section of society ws nevr allowed to flourish economically..lands were all occupied by the upper caste people and lower caste ws always kept in the shadow as if their whole living purpose ws to fulfill the needs of upper caste..thats the bitter and unfortunate truth of this nation and our ancestors..
          The general category people are fully aware and deeply condemns the social discrimination against the lower caste people that they faced decades or centuries ago..and we are nt totally against reservation system..Bt Its high time nw that the reservation policies of India are revised according to the current scenario and demographics..so that the reservation system could beneficially empower the poor nd needy ones

          The present general category can’t be punished for the things their ancestors did..some sections of the general category don’t own lands or hv massive property..they do not belong to a well to do family..those who are in a great need of a govt. job and are also deserving bt they are left out..because this reservation policy fails them..for them them this reservation policy is a harsh punishment for which arent guilty of..they are being punished as they were born as general category

      • out of 100% – 15% is SC 26 % is BC rest is general . so you mean BC is getting free gift from government. by getting 10 marks more have you been a genius lol. UPSC civil service and CBSC has already had SC as toppers.

        • you are so naive nd foolish for saying so..10 marks difference means a lot in today’s competitive world..if one gets 10 marks more than you in a competitive exam, there’s a massive difference between u and his intellectual capabilities..in these 10 marks difference between you nd the person there are thousand nd ten thousand more intellectual candidates who are more deserving than you for the job..
          ma’m you really need some reality check..dont just blindly defend reservation system and put stupid and rubbish arguments which make no sense at all..I suppose you are so dumb that only by the grace of the gift you can get through…with all due respect

        • cutoff kaise barabar ho jayega jb reserved (SC/ST OBC nd others) category k candidates general seats bhi le jayenge..vo toh dono reserved aur general seats k liye eligible hain..reserved cutoff kabhi equivalent to general cutoff nhi hoga bewakoofon..vo bna hi isliye hai ki km marks pe bhi selection ho jaye reserved waalon ka..

    • Thanks for contact us, the expected cutoff marks for 2018 is slightly vary from previous cutoff marks. check out previous year cutoff marks. If still have a question’s, you can follow this thread.

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