This SSC JE exam takes place in two phases. There is one paper each in both the phase. Paper I is a computer based exam and Paper II is a written exam. You will get the detailed examination pattern of SSC JE in this article so that you can request the exam. The recruitment notice has not yet come out. So, you can start with your preparation getting the best results. This article will clarify your concept in the SSC JE exam pattern which will ensure your success to reach your aim. With a clear concept of the SSC JE exam pattern, you can try the exam with complete accuracy and confidence.
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Junior Engineer Examination will have the following Examination Pattern.
The examination will be conducted in two stages:
A.Written Test (500 marks)
B.Interview (100 marks)
SSC JE Application Fee
Candidates are required to pay Rs. 100/- as their application fee for SSC JE 2017 Exam. Female Candidates, Ex. Servicemen and Candidates belonging to reserved categories are exempted from paying the application fee for SSC JE 2017 Exam. The fee can be paid both online (net banking/debit card/credit card) and offline (e-challan).
|PAPERS||SUBJECT||MAX MARKS||DURATION & TIMING|
|50||2 Hours per shift|
|(iii) Part –A
Civil & Structural
SSC JE Syllabus
The syllabus for SSC JE Exam covers major three sections:
* General Intelligence and Reasoning
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.
* General Awareness
*Current Affairs *India and its neighboring countries *History *Culture *Geography *Economic Science *General Polity and Scientific Research, etc
* Technical Subjects (Electrical, Mechanical, Civil & StructuralLet’s have a look at the detailed syllabus for all these sections separately:
• 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.
• 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.
• Building Materials. • Estimating, Costing, and Valuation. • Surveying. • Soil Mechanics. • Hydraulics. • Irrigation Engineering. • Transportation Engineering. • Environmental Engineering.
• Theory of Structures. • Concrete Technology. • RCC Design, Steel Design.
|Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical), Central Water Commission and CPWD||32 years|
|Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical & Mechanical), MES||30 years|
|Junior Engineer (Civil and Electrical), Department of Post and Junior Engineer (Surveying and contract), MES||18-27 years|
|Junior Engineer (Civil)||CPWD – B.E. / B.Tech. / Diploma in Civil Engineering from a recognized University/Institute.|
|Junior Engineer (Civil & Mechanical)||Central Water Commission – B.E. / B.Tech. / Diploma in Civil/Mechanical Engineering from a recognized University/Institute.|
|Junior Engineer (Electrical)||CPWD – B.E. / B.Tech. / Diploma in Electrical Engineering from a recognized University/Institute.|
|Junior Engineer (Civil)||Department of Posts – B.E. / B.Tech. / 3 years Diploma in Civil engineering from a recognized University/Institute.|
|Junior Engineer (Electrical)||Department of Posts- B.E. / B.Tech. / 3 years Diploma in Electrical engineering from a recognized University/Institute.|
|Junior Engineer (Electrical & Mechanical)||MES – B.E. / B.Tech. in Electrical/Mechanical Engineering OR 3 years Diploma in Electrical/Mechanical Engineering from a recognized University/Institute and with 2 years work experience in electrical/mechanical engineering works.|
|Junior Engineer (Civil)||MES – B.E. / B.Tech. in Civil Engineering OR 3 years Diploma in Civil Engineering from a recognized University/Institute and with 2 years work experience in civil engineering works.|
|Junior Engineer (QS&C)||MES – B.E. / B.Tech. / 3 years Diploma in Civil engineering from a recognized University/Institute OR Passed Intermediate examination in Building and Quantity Surveying (Sub Divisional-II) from the Institute of Surveyors (India).|
|Category||Electrical/Mechanical Engineering Cut Off||Civil Engineering Cut Off|