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SSC JE 2020 Recruitment Exam: Apply Online link, Notification PDF, Admit card

SSC JE 2020 Recruitment – The Staff selection commission has released the SSC Junior Engineer Recruitment notification on 1st October 2020 for recruiting candidates for the post of Junior Engineers in Various branches including Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering , Electrical Engineering, Quantity surveying and contract. The Staff selection commission has revised the exam dates, The SSC tier I Exam is scheduled from October 27th 2020 onwards. This article will give deep insight into the important information regarding the SSC JE 2020 Examination.

SSC JE ONLINE Mock Test

SSC JE 2020 Exam – Important Dates:

Check below the SSC Junior Engineer Exam important dates.

Events Dates
SSC JE 2020 Notification Release Date 01-Oct-2020
Last Date to Apply Online for SSC JE 2020
30-Oct-2020 (23:30)
Last date and time for making online fee payment: 01.11.2020 (23:30)
Last date and time for generation of offline Challan: 03.11.2020 (23:30)
Last date for payment through Challan (during working hours of Bank): 05.11.2020
SSC JE 2020 Tier 1 Admit Card. March 2021
SSC JE Exam Date 2020 Tier-I Exam 22.03.2021 to 25.03.2021
Commencement of SSC JE 2020 Tier-II Exam to be updated soon

SSC-JE-2020-Notification PDF download

SSC JE Exam Apply Online:

Check below the steps to apply Online for SSC JE 2020 Exam:

  • Enter into the official website of SSC.
  • Tap the apply link provided on the page. In the new window, the registration link will open.
  • Tap the “New registration” in the application window and click the register button.
  • Candidates should enter the basic details like Name, parents name, D.O.B, mobile number, email address etc.
  • Then tap the “ Submit” button. Candidates will get their registration ID after submitting the form.
  • The next step is uploading the photograph and signature.
  • Log in with the registration ID and password to complete the second part of the application process.
  • After filling, review the application form and then tap the submit button.
  • Download and take print out of the application form for future reference.

SSC JE Application Fee:

Category Fees
General/ OBS/ EWS Category  INR Rs 100.
ST, SC, PwD, Women candidates, ,Ex- Servicemen No fees

SSC JE Vacancy

The overall vacancy for the year 2020 has not been released yet. For the year 2018-19 there were 1601 vacancies declared. Check below the detailed 2018-19 vacancy list.
ssc je recruitment vacancy

SSC JE Eligibility Criteria:

Candidates fulfilling the SSC JE eligibility criteria only can apply for the SSC JE Exam 2020:

Age limit:

  • The age limit is different for each post. The candidate should be within the given age limit as on January 1, 2021.
Post Age limit
Junior Engineer (Civil) Up to 30 years
Junior Engineer (Electrical & Mechanical) Up to 30 years
Junior Engineer (Civil) Up to 32 years
Junior Engineer (Electrical) Up to 32 years
Junior Engineer (Civil) Up to 30 years
Junior Engineer (Electrical) Up to 30 years
Junior Engineer (Mechanical) Up to 30 years
Junior Engineer (Civil) Up to 32 years
Junior Engineer (Mechanical) Up to 32 years
Junior Engineer (Mechanical) Up to 30 years
Junior Engineer (Electrical) Up to 30 years
Junior Engineer (Civil) Up to 30 years
Junior Engineer (Electrical) Up to 30 years
Junior Engineer (Mechanical) Up to 30 years
Junior Engineer (Civil) Up to 30 years
Junior Engineer (Electrical and Mechanical) Up to 30 years
Junior Engineer (Civil) Up to 30 years
Junior Engineer (Electrical) Up to 30 years
Junior Engineer (Mechanical) Up to 30 years

Nationality:

  • Candidates should be citizens of India, Nepal, Bhutan, Tibetian Refugee or Indian who migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka and East African countries.

Educational Qualification:

  • Candidates applying should have a Degree/ diploma in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical engineering as on January 1, 2021.

SSC JE Salary:

Check below the detailed salary structure of a SSC Junior Engineer.

Name of Organization Name of Post SSC JE Salary
Border Roads Organization, Ministry of Defence Junior Engineer (Civil) Rs 35400-112400/-
Central Public Works Department (CPWD) Junior Engineer (Civil) Rs 35400-112400/-
Central Public Works Department (CPWD) Junior Engineer (Electrical) Rs 35400-112400/-
Central Water Commission Junior Engineer (Civil) Rs 35400-112400/-
Central Water Commission Junior Engineer (Mechanical) Rs 35400-112400/-
Central Water Power Research Station Junior Engineer (Civil) Rs 35400-112400/-
Central Water Power Research Station Junior Engineer (Mechanical) Rs 35400-112400/-
Directorate of Quality Assurance, Naval Junior Engineer (Electrical) Rs 35400-112400/-
Directorate of Quality Assurance, Naval Junior Engineer (Mechanical) Rs 35400-112400/-
Farakka Barrage Project Junior Engineer (Civil) Rs 35400-112400/-
Farakka Barrage Project Junior Engineer (Electrical) Rs 35400-112400/-
Farakka Barrage Project Junior Engineer (Mechanical) Rs 35400-112400/-
Military Engineer Services (MES) Junior Engineer (Civil) Rs 35400-112400/-
Military Engineer Services (MES) Junior Engineer (Electrical & Mechanical) Rs 35400-112400/-
Military Engineer Services (MES) Junior Engineer (Quantity Surveying & Contracts) Rs 35400-112400/-

SSC JE Job Profile:

Check below the roles and responsibilities of a SSC Junior Engineer 2020:

  1. Supervising works
  2. Planning and estimation.
  3. Accountancy
  4. Assisting the superior officer
  5. Scheme execution.

SSC JEE Selection Process:

Step 1: Filling up the application form.

Step 2: SSC JE 2020 Preliminary Exam- Paper 1

Step 3: SSC JE 2020 Mains Exam- Paper 2

Step 4: Medical Examination

Step 5: Document Verification.

SSC JE Exam pattern:

There are two papers in the SSC Junior Engineering Exam. Paper I is a computer-based exam and paper II is a written test. The duration of the exam is 2 hours. There 0.25 negative marks for SSC JE 2020 paper I. Calculators, slide rule, logarithmic table, steam table are allowed for paper II exam

SSC JE Papers SSC Junior Engineer Exam Date Exam Mode Subject No. of Questions Total Marks Duration
Paper-I: Objective Type 22.03.2021 to 25.03.2021 Computer-based Test (i) General Intelligence and Reasoning

(ii) General Awareness

(iii) Part-A General Engineering (Civil & Structural)

or Part-B General Engineering (Electrical)

or Part-C General Engineering (Mechanical)

50

50

100

50

50

100

2 Hours
Paper-II: Descriptive Type to be updated soon
Written Test Part-A General Engineering (Civil & Structural)

or Part- B General Engineering (Electrical)

or Part-C General Engineering (Mechanical)

300 2 Hours

SSC JE Exam Pattern details

SSC JEE Syllabus:

Check below the detailed syllabus breakdown for SSC JE 2020:

General Intelligence and Reasoning General Awareness
Analogies, Similarities

Differences, Space Visualization

Problem Solving, Analysis

judgment, Decision Making

Visual Memory, Discrimination

Observation, Relationship Concepts

Arithmetical Reasoning, Verbal And Figure Classification

Arithmetical Number Series Etc

Abstract Ideas And Symbols And Their Relationships

Arithmetical Computations

Other Analytical Functions.

Current Affairs

India and its neighboring countries

History

Culture

Geography

Economic Science

General Polity and Scientific Research, etc

SSC JE Exam Syllabus

Technical Subjects Syllabus for SSC JE:

The techincal subjects syllabus for SSC JE 2020 is as follows:

Electrical Engineering:

  • Basic concepts. • Circuit law. • Magnetic Circuit. • AC Fundamentals. • Measurement and Measuring Instruments. • Electrical Machines. • Fractional Kilowatt Motors and single phase induction Motors. • Synchronous Machines. • Generation. • Transmission and Distribution. • Estimation and Costing. • Utilization and Electrical Energy. • Basic Electronics.

Mechanical Engineering:

Theory of Machines and Machine Design. • Engineering Mechanics and Strength of Materials. • Properties of Pure Substances. • 1st Law of Thermodynamics. • 2nd Law of Thermodynamics. • IC Engines Combustion. • Air standard Cycles for IC Engines. • IC Engine Performance. • IC Engine Cooling & Lubrication. • Rankine cycle of System. • Boilers. • Classification. • Specification. • Fitting & Accessories. • Air Compressors & their cycles. • Refrigeration cycles. • The principle of Refrigeration Plant. • Nozzles & Steam Turbines. • Properties & Classification of Fluids. • Fluid Statics, Measurement of Fluid Pressure. • Fluid kinematics. • Dynamics of Ideal fluids. • Measurement of Flow rate. • Basic principles. • Hydraulic Turbines. • Centrifugal Pumps. • Classification of steels.

Civil Engineering:

 Building Materials. • Estimating, Costing, and Valuation. • Surveying. • Soil Mechanics. • Hydraulics. • Irrigation Engineering. • Transportation Engineering. • Environmental Engineering.

Structural Engineering:

Theory of Structures. • Concrete Technology. • RCC Design, Steel Design.

SSC JE Books:

You should be careful while choosing the study material when you are going to prepare for any competitive exam. Our IBPS Guide masterminds have created a list of section-wise books that would provide a helping hand to boost your bank exam preparation. You can learn all the basic and advanced concepts from these books and use the previous year questions to analyse where you are standing. Take a regular mock test to examine your weaker and stronger section.

Section SSC JE Books Author/Publication
General Intelligence (Reasoning)
  1. SSC (CPWD/CWC/MES) General Intelligence & Reasoning General Awareness for Junior Engineers Guide
  2. A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning
  1. GK Publications
  2. R.S. Aggarwal
General Awareness
  1. General Knowledge 2020
  2. General Knowledge
  1. Manohar Pandey
  2. Lucent’s
Part A – Civil & Structural Engineering
  1. SSC Junior Engineer Civil & Structural Recruitment Exam Guide 3rd Edition
  2. SSC Junior Engineer Civil and Structural Engineering Exam Practice Work Book
  3. SSC Junior Engineer Civil and Structural Engineering Recruitment Exam Guide
  4. SSC (CPWD-MES) Junior Engineers Examination Civil Engineering
  1. Disha Experts
  2. Kiran Prakashan
  3. Disha Experts
  4. GK Publication
Part B – Electrical Engineering
  1. SSC JE Electrical Engineering for Junior Engineers Previous Year Solved Papers (2008-18), 2018-19 for Paper I
  2. SSC JE Electrical exam Guide-Cum-practice workbook
  3. Juniors Engineers Electrical Examination Guide: Electrical Engineering (Popular Master Guide)
  4. SSC Junior Engineers (CPWD/CWC/MES) Electrical Engineering 15 Practice Papers
  1. GK Publication
  2. Kiran Prakashan
  3. RPH Editorial Board
  4. GK Publication
Part C – Mechanical Engineering
  1. SSC Junior Engineers (Mechanical) Exam Guide (Popular Master Guide)
  2. SSC CWC / MES 2015 Mechanical Engineering (Junior Engineering Recruitment Exam)
  3. SSC Junior Engineering self-study Guide cum Practice Book
  1. RPH Editorial Board
  2. GK Publication
  3. Kiran Prakashan

 

SSC JE Cut Off:

The Staff selection commission decides the SSC Junior engineer 2020 cut off and it will be released along with the result on the official website. There will be two different cut off marks for paper I and paper II. Paper II cut off will be released once after the result. Check the 2018-19 paper I Cut off.

Category Electrical/Mechanical Engineering Cut Off Civil Engineering Cut Off
General 152.16 127.40
SC 133.39 107.61
ST 125.49 107.01
OBC 149.30 122.91
EWS 147.47 118.99

SSC JE Cut off Scores

SSC JE Exam Analysis – Previous Year

The following table depicts the previous year SSC JE sectional analysis of Phase I and Phase II: 

Sections No. of Questions Analysis (Good Attempts / Difficulty Level) {Mechanical} Analysis (Good Attempts / Difficulty Level) {Civil}
General Awareness 50 36-38 / Moderate  40-45 / Easy
General Intelligence and Reasoning 50 35-38 / Moderate  40-45 / Easy 
General Engineering (Mechanical & civil) 100 68-72 / Moderate  75-80 / Easy to Moderate 
Total 200 139-172 / Moderate 135-140 / Easy to Moderate 

 

SSC JE Topic wise Distribution (Civil, Mechanical and Electrical)

Civil Engineering

Subject Name Objective Conventional
Questions Marks Questions Marks
SOM & TOS 15-20 15-20 2 or 3 60
RCC 10-12 10-12 1 or 2 60
Steel 7-8 7-8 1 or 2 30
BMC 15-20 15-20 1 or 2 30
Soil 10-15 10-15 1 30
Environment 5-6 5-6 0 or 1 30
FM & HM 12-15 12-15 0 or 1 30
Hydr. & Irr. 5-6 5-6 0 or 1 15
Survey 15-20 15-20 1 or 2 30
T. Engg. 4-5 4-5 1 15
Est. & costing 2-3 2-3 1 30
Total 100 100 6 360

                     

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Mechanical Engineering

Subject Name Objective Conventional
Questions Marks Questions Marks
TOM & MD 20 20 1 60
FM & HM 20 20 1 60
SOM 20 20 1 or 2 75
Thermo (RAC, IC, PP) 20 20 1 60
Production Engineering 20 20 1 or 2 105
Total 100 100 6 360

                                               

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Electrical Engineering

Subject Name Objective Conventional
Questions Marks Questions Marks
Network 32 32 2 120
EMI 18 18 1 60
Machines 25 25 1 or 2 100
Power System 20 20 1 60
Basic Electronics 8 8 0 or 0.5 20
100 100 6 360

 

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SSC JE Admit Card:

Admit cards will be released separately for SSC JE 2020 Tier I and Tier II Exam. Check below the region wise official links.

Names of the States SSC Regions  SSC JE Admit Card Links 
Jammu & Kashmir, Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh SSC JE admit card 2020 for North Western Region
SSC North Western Region Official Link
Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram, and Nagaland SSC JE admit card 2020 for North Eastern Region
SSC North Eastern Region Official Link
Andhra Pradesh, Punduchery, Tamil Nadu SSC JE admit card 2020 for Southern Region SSC Southern Region Official Link
Karnataka, Kerala Karnataka Kerala Region Released SSC Kerala Karnataka Region Official Link
Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand Northern Region
SSC Northern Region Official Link
Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh Madhya Pradesh Region
SSC Madhya Pradesh Official Link
West Bengal, Orissa, Sikkim and Andaman & Nicobar Island Eastern Region
SSC Eastern Region Official Link
Uttar Pradesh and Bihar Central Region
SSC Central Region Official Link
Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat Western Region
SSC Western Region Official Link

SSC JE Result:

SSC JE 2020 result will be released on the official website of SSC. The result will be released as a combined PDF format for all the three streams ( Civil, Mechanical and Electrical).

Check below the steps to check the SSC JE 2020 Result:

  • Enter into the official website of Staff selection commission(ssc.nic.in)
  • Tap the result icon on the page in the right hand corner.
  • Click the “Junior Engineer” tab under the results head.
  • There will be three columns mentioning Write up, Results and Marks.
  • The result column shows the list of qualified candidates and the write up column holds the cut off marks and marks will be displayed shortly by the staff selection commission.
  • Tap “Click here” under the result section to know your junior engineer result.
  • The list of candidates will be displayed, Ctrl F to check your name.
  • Your roll number will be highlighted if you are qualified.

SSC JE Result details

TIPS TO CRACK THE SSC JE EXAM:

Clearing the SSC JE examination in the first attempt is not an arduous job anymore, as many candidates who aspire to get a place in the banking segment clear the bank examination in their first attempt.

The above statement is possible only if the aspirants fight tooth and nail and follow some tips that can help them in planning and getting ready for the banking exam

Be aware of the updated syllabus and exam pattern.

  • Aspirants should exactly know the latest pattern of both prelims and mains exam. Awareness of the pattern and syllabus will provide a clear idea about the exam and aspirants will learn without missing any important topics. Aspirants should also be aware of the exact mark distribution of each section.

Create a suitable study plan.

  • Make a study plan as per your capacity and follow the study plan strictly without convincing to clear the bank exam in the first attempt. Be sure that your timetable covers all the topics in the syllabus.

Handpick best books and resources.

  • Your success in the banking examination depends on the source you use for the preparation. Don’t skip other study materials or sources after initiating the learning process, be careful in choosing the right one.

By opting online coaching:

  • Through online coaching, you can learn a lot of shortcut methods to solve the questions easily. Choose online classes which have the best faculty team.

Concentrate on your weaker sections:

  • Try to take the sample tests provided by the best online coaching classes and try to scrutinize your weaker and strong section. Spend more time for preparation and take more tests on your weaker section.

Practice previous year question papers:

  • Practice all the previous year question papers to get on with the flow and it will give an idea about important questions and the bank exam pattern. Practice previous year question papers before appearing for the main exam, you will find it very useful.

Make short notes: 

  • Making short notes of formulas, shortcut methods etc can be useful for revising before attending the exam. Be careful about the handwriting, make sure you understand when you revise it.

Work on speed:

  • No matter if you prepare well, you should be fast enough to complete the exam within the stipulated period. Lack of speed will let you lose the mark. Speed can be attained by regular practice. Always keep an alarm clock with you whenever you practice a mock test, it will be very useful for your main exam.

Develop a standard exam writing pattern:

  • Always start with the section you are comfortable with, finish it as soon as possible and then concentrate on the other section. This will save you a lot of time.

Give priority to important topics:

  • While preparing for the bank exam, identify the repeated question by referring to the previous year question paper and prepare accordingly. This will help you to score more in the main exam.

Concentrate on all sections:

  • Don’t leave any section while preparing for the exam. Try to understand the weightage of all the sections and study accordingly.

Managing time duration:

  • Allot time for every topic and try to complete the section within the stipulated time. Time management is the most important part of bank exam preparation.

Read the newspaper regularly: 

  • Newspapers will give deep insight into general affairs which is the much-needed one for cracking the bank exam. Inculcate the habit of reading the newspaper regularly, it will improve your English language skills. Read editorials from newspapers, learn new words and antonyms for the same.

Save your calculation time:

  • Remember tables, square and roots of certain numbers, this will help in saving the calculation time.

Be calm and concentrate:

  • Don’t lose your concentration, stay focused and relaxed at the time of examination. Your confidence will lead to success, face the exam with confidence.

Take regular breaks:

  • Your mind and body need regular breaks to perform well in the banking examination. Listen to your favourite song and play for some time to keep your mind and body relaxed.

Don’t make a blind guess:

  • You should be aware that wrong answers carry negative marks, the aspirants should not answer by making guesses. Negative marks will lead in the opposite direction to success.

Don’t waste extra time on a particular section:

  • If you don’t know the answer for a particular question, move on to the next question and don’t stick on the same question as it will milk all your time.

SSC JE Recruitment: Frequently asked Questions:

Q. Mention the minimum qualification to apply for SSC JE 2020 exam?

  • Candidates applying for SSC JE exam should have a diploma or degree in engineering.

Q. What is the Application fee for the SSC Junior Engineer exam?

  • The categiry-wise application fee details are given below:
Category Fees
General/ OBS/ EWS Category  INR Rs 100.
ST, SC, PwD, Women candidates, ,Ex- Servicemen No fees

Q. How many times will the SSC JE Exam be conducted in a year?

  • The SSC JE Exam is conducted once in a year.

Q. Is there any negative marking in the SSC JE Exam?

  • Yes, there are 0.25 negative marks for each wrong answer on the SSC JE paper I.

Q. In which mode SSC Junior Engineer exam will be conducted?

  • The paper I will be conducted in online mode and paper II will be conducted in offline mode.

Q. For which posts the SSC Junior engineer recruitment is done?

  • The Staff selection commission conducts the SSC Junior Engineer Exam for recruiting candidates for the post of Junior Engineers in Various branches including Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering , Electrical Engineering, Quantity surveying and contract.