SSC Junior Engineer Selection Process Details

SSC Junior Engineer Selection Process

SSC Junior Engineer Selection Process Details:

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Junior Engineer Examination selection procedure details are given below….

The examination will be conducted in two stages:

A. Selection Procedure: 

Examination will consists of Computer Based Examination (Paper-I & Paper II)

Paper – I & II
Papers  Mode of Examination Subject      No of
Questions/
Max. Marks     
Duration
Paper-I Computer
Based
Examination
 (i) General
Intelligence and
Reasoning
50/50 2 Hours
(2 hours and
40 minutes for
the candidates
who are
eligible for
scribe as per
Para-9.1, 9.2
and 9.3)
(ii) General Awareness 50/50
(iii) Part-A: General
Engineering (Civil &
Structural)
or
Part-B: General
Engineering (Electrical)
or
Part-C: General
Engineering
(Mechanical)
100/100
Paper-I Computer Based
Examination
Part-A: General
Engineering (Civil &
Structural)ORPart-B: General
Engineering (Electrical)ORPart-C: General
Engineering (Mechanical)
100/300 2 Hours
(2 hours and
40 minutes for
the candidates
who are
eligible for
scribe as per
Para-9.1, 9.2
and 9.3)

Mode of Selection:

Minimum qualifying marks in Paper-I and Paper-II are as follows:

(i) UR : 30%
(ii) OBC/EWS : 25%
(iii) All other categories : 20%

B. Document Verification: 

In view of the decision of the Government to expedite the recruitment process, Document Verification (DV) will be conducted by the User Organizations/Offices after declaration of the final result.

Conclusion:

The Staff Selection Commission Junior Engineer (SSC JE) exam is a highly competitive examination that demands focused preparation and strategic approach. As you navigate through the preparation journey for SSC JE, it’s crucial to keep several key strategies in mind to maximize your chances of success.

  • Familiarize yourself with the SSC JE exam pattern, which includes Tier I (Computer Based Exam), Tier II (Descriptive Paper), Tier III (Skill Test/Typing Test).
  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of the syllabus, covering subjects like English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, General Intelligence, and General Awareness.

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