SSC JE Exam Pattern 2020
The SSC JE exam consists of two papers that are Tier-I and Tier-II. The tier-1 contains multiple-choice questions. It is an online-based exam of 200 marks. Whereas, the second exam is a subjective test that is pen and paper-based of 300 marks.
SSC JE 2020 Exam Pattern
|Number of papers||2|
|Mode of exam||Paper-1 online, Paper- 2 computer-based|
|Type of questions||Paper 1 Objective questions, Paper 2- descriptive test|
|Total Marks||Paper 1- 200 marks. Paper- 300 marks|
|Duration of exam||120 minutes for each hour|
|Language of exam||Hindi and English|
|Negative marking||0.25 marks in paper-1|
SSC JE Exam Pattern 2020: Tier I
It is divided into three sections, and the last section is divided into three parts that are civil & Structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering. It is up to the candidate which part he prefers of the third section. You will have accurate 2 hours to complete the exam. The question paper that you will get in exam both languages, English and Hindi.
|Sections||Number of questions||Total Marks|
|General engineering (Civil & Structural, or Mechanical or electrical)||100||100|
Marking scheme of SSC JE Tier-1 exam:
In the exam, one mark is given for each corrected answer. In contrast to it, for the wrong question, 0.25 marks will be deducted. This deduction is known as negative marking. So it is better to attempt those questions which answer you know very well.
SSC JE Exam Pattern: Paper II
It is a descriptive test that is pen paper-based. In this exam, candidates will have to attempt any question from any of three sections- Civil & Structural, Mechanical, and electrical. You will get a question in two languages that are Hindi and English. It is up to you which language you prefer. You will get 120 minutes to complete this exam. No extra time will be given to the candidates. You will have to write a deep explanation of the one topic that you choose.
- Candidate can bring their Calculator, logarithm table, steam table and slide rule in the tier-II
- In the tier-II, there is no rule of deduction of marks for a wrong answer or negative marking.
|Subjects||General Engineering( Civil & Structural, Mechanical, Electrical)|
- If the candidate fills the form of junior engineer (civil), then he will have to attempt the part A (Civil & Structural Engineering).
- If the candidate fills the form of junior engineer (electrical), then he will have to attempt the part B (Electrical Engineering).
- If the candidate fills the form of Junior engineer (mechanical), then he will have to attempt the part C (Mechanical Engineering)
In the end, prepare for the exam as per the exam pattern. It is basically up to you which section you want to choose in General Engineering.