SSC JE Exam 2018: Check The Details Regarding the Examination Scheme & Pattern For Paper 1 & Paper 2

SSC JE Exam 2018: Staff Selection Commission has released the official notification regarding the SSC JE exam 2018 and also started the application form filling process. The form filling process for SSC JE exam started on 1st February 2019 and will end on 25th February 2019. The candidates can check the official notification for the eligibility details and then apply for the same.

The candidates are advised to pay the application fee after filling the application form. The application form without the application fee will be rejected by the Staff Selection Commission. The application fee is Rs 100 for the General and OBC while for SC/ST/PWD and Female candidates there is no application.

SSC JE Exam 2018 – Examination Scheme For Paper 1 & Paper 2

Staff Selection Commission will conduct the Paper 1 for the SSC JE Exam 2018 in the month of September 2019. Paper 1 of JE exam will be held from 23rd September 2019 to 27th September 2019. Paper 2 will be held in the month of December and the tentative date for the examination is 29th December 2019. The mode of the examination for Paper 1 will be Objective and it will be Computer Based. Paper 2 will be a written examination.

SSC JE Exam 2018 Paper 1 Scheme: The Staff Selection Commission has also mentioned the examination pattern in the official notification. Paper 1 of the SSC JE Exam will be a CBT and there will be 3 parts in total. There will be total 200 questions in Paper 1. The questions will be from the General Intelligence & Reasoning, General Awareness and General Engineering.

There will be 50 questions from the General Intelligence & reasoning Section, 50 questions from the General Awareness and 100 questions from the General Engineering. The candidates will only have to do their selected trade General Engineering part.

SSC JE Exam 2018 Paper 2 Scheme: The Paper 2 for the SSC JE Exam will be of 300 marks and the time duration for the paper will be 2 hours. This will be a written examination. The candidates will have to do only that part for which they have applied. For example, if the candidates applied for the Civil and Structural, then he/she will have to do the General Engineering Civil & Structural part.



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