Staff selection commission has issued recruitment notification (https://bit.ly/36xII7h) for junior engineers on 1st October, 2020. The vacancies details will be determined in due course, candidates are advised to visit website of the Commission (https://ssc.nic.in >Candidate‟s Corner > Tentative Vacancy) for updated details of the vacancy.
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced the revised exam dates for the pending exams of 2019 via noticeon 21st July, 2020 and exams are likely to be held on 27th October To 30th October, 2020.
As per the official SSC-JE notification, issued in the month of June, Paper-1 CBT exams were likely to be held in the month of September, 2020. The revision has occurred to contain the spread of corona-virus and as we know that COVID’19 is still not under control, so candidates are advised to visit https://ssc.nic.in/ regularly.
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has announced the tentative dates to conduct SSC-JE (Junior Engineer) Paper-1 exam for the recruitment of Junior Engineers from Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, and Quantity Surveying & Contract streams.
As per the official SSC-JE notification, the SSC-JE Paper-1 CBT exams are scheduled to be conducted from 01st September, 2020 to 04th September, 2020. As per the notification, these dates are tentative and subject to the prevailing conditions and government guidelines issued to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. The candidates aspiring for SSC-JE are advised to keep on visiting the official SSC website at regular intervals for further update.
To help the SSC-JE aspirants utilise the gap-period caused by the outbreak of CoronaVirus across the world, and the lockdown of various states of India to fight against the spread of COVID-19, IES Master is offering the SSC-JE Full-length Online Test Series free of cost to the students. This will help them understand the SSC-JE exam pattern while assessing their level of preparation. The SSC-JE Full-length Online Test Series includes 6 full-length tests, and it would be written by students from all over India. By writing the test series, candidates would get a chance to rub shoulders with the best engineering minds, and on the basis of this feedback, students aspiring for SSC-JE will get a boost in their performance as well as preparation.
Steps to download SSC JE Admit Card 2019
Step 1: Visit the official website www.sscwr.net
Step 2: Click on the link ‘Status / Download Admit Card for Junior Engineer (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Quantity Surveying and Contract) Examination, 2018
Step 3: Fill in the required details (Registration number, DOB, Name, etc.)
Step 4: Click on ‘Search’
Step 5: Download SSC JE Admit Card 2019
Step 6: Take a printout of the Admit Card for future reference
It is mandatory for all the candidates to carry their SSC Junior Engineer admit card along with ID proof.
In February 2019, SSC had invited application in for 1,601 JE posts. According to the official SSC notification released for JE Exam 2018, Paper I, which is a computer-based test, will be conducted between September 23 and September 27, 2019.
The SSC JE Paper 1 will have three sections — General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, and Part-A General Engineering (Civil & Structural) or Part-B General Engineering (Electrical) or Part-C General Engineering (Mechanical). In first two sections, there will be 50 questions and in the General Engineering section there would be 100 questions. To answer all these questions, candidates would be given a time of two hours.
The tentative date for Paper II, which would be descriptive, will be conducted in December 2019. To write Paper II, candidates have to qualify Paper I.
Prior to discussing the IES Master preparation process for SSC-JE General Awareness, let us walk through the exam pattern and structure of SSC-JE examination.
Exam Pattern of SSC-JE Exam
The examination for SSC-JE includes two papers – Paper-I and Paper-II. Paper-I that consists of General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness, and Technical (Civil Engineering or Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering) sections is objective type computer-based test (CBT).
On the other hand, the Paper-II is subjective type having three parts from General Engineering section. The three parts are: Civil & Structural, Electrical, and Mechanical.
The Paper I of SSC JE carries 200 marks with a total duration of 2 hours. The breakup of marks for the respective sections is as below:
General Intelligence and Reasoning – 50 marks
General Awareness – 50 marks
Technical – 100 marks
- Part A- General Engineering (Civil and Structural) or
- Part B- General Engineering (Electrical) or
- Part C- General Engineering (Mechanical)
Each question is of 1 mark, and for every wrong answer, there is a negative marking of 0.25 marks. Candidates have the option of choosing from Civil/Electrical/Mechanical Engineering stream in General Engineering section.
Only those candidates, who clear the Paper I, are eligible to appear in Paper II.
Engineering students who are appearing in SSC-JE exam this year and looking for expert guidance can enrol at IES Master to take its SSC-JE 2019 General Awareness classroom Course.
Benefits of taking IES Master SSC-JE 2019 General Awareness Classroom Course