SSC JE Exam: Selection process, Eligibility, Salary, Syllabus, Exam Pattern

SSC JE Exam

SSC JE Exam

SSC JE Exam: Overview

Dear Candidate, If you are a Graduate person, Diploma Holder, and Master in any tech field. you can go for the SSC JE exam. this exam is conducted by SSC once in a Year to recruit the Engineering, Diploma Holders, Graduates, and Masters. if you want to be a Government Engineer, this article will help you to understand the SSC JE exam.

I am going to share all the Information of the SSC JE Exam in detail with its Requirement process, Eligibility, Salary, Exam Pattern, Syllabus, and Cut-off. let’s get started.


About: SSC JE Exam

SSC is a Staff Selection Commission, Conducts various Exams for Governmental Organizations, Departments, and Ministries. and SSC JE exam is an open competitive examination for the recruitment of Junior Engineer (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, and Quantity Surveying & Contracts) for various Ministries/ Departments/ Organizations in the Government of India. all the Posts in the SSC JE exam are Group ‘B’, which is reputed in itself offers a handsome salary and other benefits.

Exam Fee:- SSC JE Exam Fee is Only Rs. 100/- for general and No fee for Category (SC/ST/etc.) candidate


SSC JE Exam: Post/Vacancy/Service

SSC conducts the Exam for the various post in different Govt. Organization, all post/vacancy/service are listed below-

OrganizationPost/Vacancy
CWC:- Central Water CommissionJunior Engineer:
Civil, Mechanical, Electrical
CPWD:- Central Public Works DepartmentJunior Engineer
Civil, Electrical, Mechanical
MES:- Military Engineer Services Junior Engineer
Civil, Electrical, Mechanical
BRO:- Border Road Organization Junior Engineer
Civil, Electrical, Mechanical
CWPS:- Central Water and Power
Research Station
Junior Engineer
Civil, Electrical, Mechanical
Indian Navy:– Directorate of Quality
Assurance (Naval)
Junior Engineer
Civil, Electrical, Mechanical
NTRO:- National Technical
Research Organization
Junior Engineer
Civil, Electrical, Mechanical
Etc…
SSC JE Exam: Posts/vacancies with Respective Departments

SSC JE Exam: Pay-Scale and Salary

SSC JE exam allows you to join these governmental departments, these all are Group ‘B’ Posts. and all get a handsome salary, that is-
(Rs 35400-112400/-) along with various benefits and allowances. this salary offers for all The posts are Group ‘B’ (Non-Gazetted), in Level-6 of 7th Central Pay Commission.

SSC JE Benefits and Facilities

SSC JE offers you a nice place to work, where you can learn and grow yourself. a Junior Engineer in any Government department is responsible for project management. it allows you to command the project in your guidelines. A government Engineer have power and respect in society. it gets some allowances along with salary which is-Dearness Allowance (DA)

  • Medical Allowance.
  • House Rent Allowance.
  • Traveling Allowances.
  • Other Special Allowances, etc.

SSC JE Eligibility Criteria

SSC JE exam is open competition exam for various government department, that’s why it has different eigibility criteria for different post. I am Arranging the Eligibility criteria as below-

  • Nationality
  • Essential Educational Qualification
  • Age Criteria

now understand each one by one.

Nationality

  • A citizen of India, or
  • A subject of Nepal, or
  • A subject of Bhutan, or
  • A Tibetan refugee who came over to India before the 1st January 1962 with the intention of permanently settling in India,
  • etc.

Essential Educational Qualification

I am listed all essential educational requirement for different posts as below-

Post/DepartmentEducational Requirements
JE (Civil), (Mechanical)/
Central Water Commission.
Degree or Diploma in Civil, Mechanical Engineering respectively
JE (Civil),(Mechanical), (Electrical)/
CPWD
Degree or Diploma in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering respectively
JE (Civil),(Mechanical), (Electrical)/
MES
1.Degree or Diploma in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering respectively
2. Two years of experience in Planning, Execution, and Maintenance of Civil, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering works respectively.
JE (Civil),(Mechanical), (Electrical)/
Farakka Barrage Project.
Degree or Diploma in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering respectively
JE (Civil),(Mechanical), (Electrical)/
BRO
1.Degree or Diploma in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering respectively
2. Two years of experience in Planning, Execution, and Maintenance of Civil, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering works respectively.
JE (Civil),(Mechanical), (Electrical)/
Central Water Power Research Station.
Diploma in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering respectively
JE (Mechanical), (Electrical)/
Directorate of Quality Assurance, (Naval).
1. Degree or Diploma in Mechanical, Electrical Engineering respectively
2. Two years of experience in the respective field.
JE (Civil),(Mechanical), (Electrical)/
NTRO
Diploma in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering respectively
Etc.Etc.
Essential Educational Qualification

Age Criteria

Candidate should have maximum age up to 32 years for CWC department, and for other, 30 years. all the posts are already mentioned above. there is Age relaxation is applicable as per govt. rules as below-

Age Relaxation

CategoryAge Relaxation
SC/ST5 years
OBC3 years
PwBD (Unreserved)10 years
PwBD (OBC)13 years
PwBD (SC/ST)15 years
Ex-Serviceman (ESM)3 years after deduction of the
military service rendered from
the actual age as on the closing date.
Age Relaxation

SSC JE Exam Plan

SSC Conducts the exam in two stages. the first stage is Paper-1 which is a Computer-based online exam, and Second is Paper-2 which is Descriptive type.

  • The Paper-I will consist of Objective Type, Multiple choice questions only. The questions will be set both in English & Hindi.
  • There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer in Paper-I. Candidates are, therefore, advised to keep this in mind while answering the questions.
  • Candidates are allowed to bring their own Slide–Rule, Calculator, Logarithm Table, and Steam Table for Paper-II only.
  • The Paper-II will have to be written either in Hindi or in English.

SSC JE Exam Pattern

The Paper-I will consist of Objective Type, Multiple choice questions only. and Paper- 2 is Descriptive type as below-

SSC JE: Paper-1 (Objective type)

SubjectNo. of Que.No. of MarksDuration
General Intelligence and Reasoning5050__ __
General Awareness5050__ __
Part-A
General Engineering
(Civil & Structural)
or
____________________________
Part-B
General Engineering
(Electrical)
or
____________________________
Part-C
General Engineering (Mechanical)
100100__ __
Total2002002 Hour
SSC JE: Paper-1 (Objective type)

SSC JE: Paper-2 (Descriptive type)

SubjectNo. of Que.No. of marksDuration
Part-A
General Engineering
(Civil & Structural)
or
____________________________
Part-B
General Engineering (Electrical)
or
____________________________
Part-C
General Engineering (Mechanical)
3003002 Hour
SSC JE: Paper-2 (Descriptive type)

Note- In Paper-1 and Paper-2:-
Part: A for (Civil & Structural) Engineering
Part: B for Electrical Engineering
Part: C for Mechanical Engineering
Candidate has to choose only one according to their respective branch


SSC JE Syllabus

SSC JE Syllabus
SSC JE Exam Syllabus

SSC JE Exam syllabus may differ according to engineering branches, I am Sharing some common Syllabus for all branch for you.

SSC JE Exam: Paper-1 Syllabus

Paper-1: General Intelligence & Reasoning

AnalogiesSimilaritiesDifferences
Space visualizationProblem solvingAnalysis
JudgmentDecision makingVisual memory
DiscriminationObservationRelationship concepts
Arithmetical reasoningVerbal and figure classificationArithmetical number series
Paper-1: General Intelligence & Reasoning

Paper-1: General Awareness

Indian HistoryIndian Culture
Indian GeographyNational & International
Economic Scene
General PolityScientific Research
Paper-1: General Awareness

SSC JE Exam: Paper-2 Syllabus

Paper-2 | Part A:- Civil Engineering

Building MaterialsEstimatingCosting and Valuation
SurveyingSoil MechanicsHydraulics
Irrigation EngineeringTransportation EngineeringStructural Engineering:
Theory of Structures,
Concrete Technology, RCC Design, Steel Design
Environmental Engineering__ ____ __
Paper-2 | Part A:- Civil Engineering

Paper-2 | Part B:- Electrical Engineering

Basic conceptsCircuit lawMagnetic Circuit
AC FundamentalsMeasurement and Measuring instrumentsElectrical Machines
Fractional Kilowatt MotorsSingle phase induction MotorsSynchronous Machines
GenerationTransmissionDistribution
Utilization and Electrical EnergyBasic ElectronicsEstimation and Costing
Paper-2 | Part B:- Electrical Engineering

Paper-2 | Part-C:- Mechanical Engineering

Theory of MachinesMachine DesignEngineering Mechanics
Strength of MaterialsProperties of Pure SubstancesLaw of Thermodynamics
IC EngineBoilersAir Compressors
RefrigerationNozzles & Steam TurbinesPressure, Fluid kinematics, Dynamics of Ideal fluids
Properties & Classification of FluidsFluid StaticsMeasurement of Fluid and Flow rate
Centrifugal PumpsHydraulic TurbinesClassification of steel
Paper-2 | Part-C:- Mechanical Engineering

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SSC JE Cut-off 2018/19

SSC has been released its JE Exam 2018/19 exam, which conducted on the date of 23rd to 27th September 2019. It released Branche and Category wise as below-

SSC JE Cut-off (Civil Engineer)

CategoryCut-off Marks
GEN127.40
OBC122.91
SC107.61
ST107.01
EWS188.99
SSC JE Cut-off (Civil Engineer)

SSC JE Cut-off (Electrical & Mechanical Engineer)

CategoryCut-off Marks
GEN152.16
OBC149.30
SC133.39
ST125.49
EWS147.47
SSC JE Cut-off (Electrical & Mechanical Engineer)

Preparation tips to crack SSC JE Exam

How to Prepare for the SSC JE exam: There is no Short Track for the Preparation, you have to understand it. Yes, any of the exams is crack only through smart Preparation Strategy, hard Working, and Continuity. If you really want to crack SSC JE, you have to Study Continue and Never Break your Daily Routine.

  • If you belong to a poor family, you can teach anyone Subject in any coaching or as Home Tuition, it will help you financially and improve your concepts
  • Make a Habit of Reading Competitive Magazines, Good Newspaper, Economics News (National and International).
  • This will help you to gain knowledge for the Interview and General Study.
  • Always read from NCERT textbooks of 9th to 12th standard.
  • Alway Read from your Standard textbooks of Engineering Course.
  • Make your own notes, which helps to Revision at the time of Examination.
  • Always attend Group Discussions and Seminars relevant to your Field.
  • Open yourself up to others; it will help you to gain confidence.
  • That’s all are also part of the job profile, it will be your daily routine of the Service too.

How to Apply for SSC JE Exam

The candidate, who wants to apply for the SSC JE exam, can register yourself on its official website. you have to regularly visit the official website for new SSC JE vacancy. now due to COVID-19 all exam notification postponed. when you get a notification, go through the instruction given on the official website or Notification.the information of vacancy can be get through newspapers and our website. candidate can follow www.bhartiboard.com for further updates.


Author’s View

Dear Candidate, SSC JE exam gives you the opportunity to join as a Junior Engineer post in various Govt. Organizations, Departments, Ministries. as we know, a Government employee has good Social status. same as a Govt. Junior Engineer has power and respect in its department and Society though. you have to make a decision o crack it and get it.

This is All about SSC JE Exam and its Selection process, Eligibility, Exam Pattern, Syllabus, and Last year Cutoff. I hope you like Information, and it will help you. I will come with a new Article, if you have any doubt please write to me in the comment below I will reply to you as soon as possible. thanks for your precious time, keep reading, All the best for your bright future.

Thank You


FAQ: Frequently Asked Question

What is Full form of SSC
SSC is Known as Staff Selection Commission
What is Role of SSC
SSC conducted the Open Competition exams for various Governmental Organizations, Departments, and Ministry. etc.
Do SSC Conduct the exam for Junior Engineer Post
Yes, SSC Exam Conducts the exam for JE post in various State Government, Central governmental departments with the name of SSC JE
What is Eligibility Criteria for SSC JE exam
Eligibility may differ for different engineering branches and departments. some common eligibility criteria as Below-
Age- maximum up to 32 for BRO department, 30 for all department
Education: Degree or Diploma in Civil, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineering one of them.
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What is SSC JE exam Fee
SSC JE Exa, fee is Rs. 100/-
No fee for SC/ST candidate
What Salary after SSC JE exam
A SSC JE offer get a handsome salary, that is-
(Rs 35400-112400/-) along with various benefits and allowances.
What benefits after SSC JE
A government Engineer has power and respect in society. it gets some allowances along with salary which is-Dearness Allowance (DA)
Medical Allowance.
House Rent Allowance.
Traveling Allowances.
Other Special Allowances, etc.
What is SSC JE Exam Process
SSC JE Exam Conducted in TWo Stages-
Paper-1 (Objective Type)
Paper-2- (Descriptive type)
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What is Exam Pattern of SSC JE Exam
Paper-1: (Objective Type) Consists-
General Intelligence and Reasoning = 50 marks
General Awareness= 50 marks
Engineering Specific Subject= 100 marks
Total: 200 marks/ 2 hour

Paper-2: (Descriptive type) consists-
Single General Engineering Exam= 300 marks / 2 Hour
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What syllabus asked in SSC JE exam
Paper-1: (Objective Type) Consists-
1. General Intelligence and Reasoning
2. General Awareness
3. Engineering Specific Subject

Paper-2: (Descriptive type) consists
1. Single General Engineering Exam

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What is Life After SSC JE
SSC JE exam gives you the opportunity to join as a Junior Engineer post in various Govt. Organizations, Departments, Ministries. as we know, a Government employee has good Social status. same as a Govt. Junior Engineer has power and respect in its department and Society though. you have to make a decision o crack it and get it.
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