SSC JE Exam Pattern 2021- Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released the exam pattern of SSC JE 2021. To get good marks in SSC Junior Engineer 2021, each applicant must be very well aware of the SSC JE 2021 Exam Pattern. Knowing the SSC JE paper pattern 2021 will help candidates in making a better preparation strategy. SSC JE exam pattern 2021 contains exam duration, marking scheme, number of question marks and more. SSC JE 2021 paper 1 will be of Objective type. It is an online test.
SSC will hold the SSC Junior Engineer 2020-21 Exam from March 22 to 25, 2021. Remember always that a good base will only lead to success, eventually. Check the complete details of SSC JE 2021 exam pattern.
SSC JE Exam Pattern 2021 Highlights
|Particulars||SSC JE Paper 1 2021||SSC JE Paper 2 2021|
||General Engineering (Civil & Structural/Mechanical/Electrical)|
|Type of questions||Objective Type (Multiple Choice Questions)||Descriptive questions|
|Test Duration||2 hours||2 hours|
|Number of questions||200||—|
|Language||English and Hindi||English and Hindi|
SSC JE 2021 Exam Pattern for Paper 1
- In paper 1, Objective type questions will be asked i.e candidates have to select the correct answer from the multiple answers provided with a question.
- The Commission will deduct the ¼ marks for each incorrect answer. Hence, candidates have to mark the answer carefully.
- Candidates have to solve maximum question in the duration of 02 hours.
|Papers||Subject||Maximum Marks||Duration & Timings|
|Paper-I Objective type||
General Intelligence & Reasoning
(ii) General Awareness (iii) Part –A
General Engineering (Civil & Structural/Electrical/ Mechanical)
Morning shift [10.00 AM to 12.00 Noon]
Afternoon Shift [2.00 PM to 4.00 PM]
SSC JE Exam Pattern 2021 for Paper 2
Paper-2 will be descriptive in nature i.e. Candidates have to write the correct answer. It will be conducted in Pen and paper mode, only. To qualify in the written exam, candidates have to attain the minimum cutoff marks in the SSC Junior Engineer 2021
SSC JE Paper 2 Pattern 2021
|General Engineering (Civil & Structural)
General Engineering (Electrical)