Staff Selection Commission (SSC): SSC is an organization under the Government of India that conducts various competitive examinations for recruitment to various government positions.
Junior Engineer (JE): The Junior Engineer position is offered in various government departments and organizations, such as Central Public Works Department (CPWD), Central Water Commission (CWC), Military Engineering Services (MES), etc. The SSC JE exam is conducted to fill vacancies for civil, electrical, mechanical, and quantity surveying and contract engineering disciplines.
Eligibility Criteria: The eligibility criteria for SSC JE may vary slightly depending on the specific discipline. Generally, candidates should have a diploma or degree in engineering or equivalent qualification from a recognized university or institute.
Exam Pattern: The SSC JE entrance examination is conducted in two stages:
Paper 1: It is a computer-based test (CBT) consisting of objective-type questions. It typically includes sections on general intelligence and reasoning, general awareness, and technical subjects related to the specific discipline.
Paper 2: This is a descriptive test where candidates have to write an essay or precis related to the engineering discipline.
Preparation: To prepare for the SSC JE entrance exam, candidates should focus on their technical knowledge related to their discipline, practice solving previous year question papers, and stay updated with current affairs and general knowledge topics.