Ghar Pe SSC JE Coaching 2020 - SSC has postponed its SSC JE 2020 exams till further notice, the reason being the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Keeping in mind the health concerns of its citizens, the government has proposed a Janta Curfew where PM Modi had urged Indians to stay home to stop the spread of the deadly virus. This isolation has already brought the work proceedings of several companies to halt, it has also hampered the school, college and several coaching institutes. Several government exams have been postponed till further giving candidates a chance to prepare more and make the most of this self-isolation. These Ghar Pe SSC JE coaching 2020 tips helps candidates to make the most of their time during the JANTA Curfew. Today we will talk about the preparation tips of SSC JE as the exam which was scheduled to be conducted from March 30 to April 2, 2020, has also been postponed.

Ghar Pe SSC JE Preparation Coaching During COVID-19

Ghar Pe SSC JE Coaching 2020- Tips to Prepare

  • First of all, it is always advised to not panic during these situations and stay focused on your goal of qualifying of SSC JE exam 2020.

  • Know the SSC JE 2020 Syllabus and Exam Pattern in detail. Try not to miss any topic of the section.

  • Make a time table keeping in mind the postponement. Add more revisions and practice more mock tests in this time table.

  • Go through the difficult topics as well. Many candidates skipped the tough topics due to shortage of time and can now pick on them as they have a few more days in hand.

  • This is also the best time to clear your basics, read theories and check concepts.

  • Memorize the Formulas - this extra time has given you a chance to memorize the tough formulas Keep them at your fingertips.

  • Extra time means extra preparations, arrange the SSC JE previous year question papers as much as you can and start solving them. It is always advisable to keep a timer ready while solving the question papers, this will help you to manage your time and solve questions quickly.

  • Going through the previous year question papers will also help you check the weightage of different topics, the trend of question from the last 5-10 years followed by the experts making the papers. asked and their difficulty level.

  • Arrange the best books for SSC JE and thoroughly revise them, for one last time.

  • Take Mock Tests as much as you can. Subscribe to mock tests, there are many websites that provide free as well as paid mock tests. These mock tests give a real exam-like feel.

There’s always a better side if we see things differently, this extra time will help curb the corona spread situation and also help you gain some more confidence while going to the exam when the new dates are announced.

Until then, All the Best!

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - Ghar Pe SSC JE Preparation Coaching During COVID-19

Question: Is the SSC JE exam tough?

Answer:

No, SSC exam is not that tough. If you try to solve 80-85% questions out of the total, your chances of qualification will be higher.

Question: How can I study for SSC JE at home?

Answer:

Refer to the best books, solve previous year question papers and give mock tests.

Question: How can I prepare for SSC JE online?

Answer:

Download SSC JE best books in PDF format, subscribe to mock tests online.

Question: Can we crack SSC JE without coaching?

Answer:

Yes it is possible to crack without coaching, but you will have to follow a strict study plan and refer to the best study materials.

Question: Do questions repeat in SSC JE?

Answer:

Yes but you can't completely rely on them.

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ssc je k liye kya kya krna hai

Megha 24th Mar, 2020

Hello Aspirant !

I will suggest you to :

  1. Go through the syllabus for the exam on the official website of SSC( https://ssc.nic.in/ ). This will give you a general idea of the topics you need to prepare. This will give you more time to prepare topics that you know nothing about instead of keeping these till the end when you might be tempted to completely skip that topic!
  2. The next step is to get the appropriate books to start your preparation. (If you want any suggestion for book please ask)
  3. Make a study schedule starting with topics you don’t know at all and then mix it up with one familiar topic a week. This will help you to not overburden yourself with something new every day.
  4. In case you have a doubt in any topics, don’t keep it pending till the last day. Clear your doubts while you still have them.
  5. Time management applies not only to the time you take out to study but also on how you utilize those 4-5 hours every day.
  6. Work on your speed . Your success in clearing the test depends on those 2 hours that you will be writing the paper.
  7. Practice more to improve your speed. Every time you solve a question put yourself on a timer and try to beat your score each time you do it.
  8. Practice previous years question papers and answer them like you are attempting the real exam. Give yourself 2 hours and try to finish within that time.

Hope it Helps!

All the best:)


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when will release next notification for SSC JE ?

lubhan cherwoo 24th Mar, 2020
Hi,
The Staff Selection Commission released a notification on March 19, 2020 stating that the SSC JE Examination 2019-2020 paper I scheduled to commence from March 30th, is being postponed owing to the massive spread of Coronavirus (Covid-19) in India.

SSC JE schedule:
SSC JE Notification-August 2020
SSC JE Online application-August 4th, 2020 September 3rd, 2020
Paper I (Computer-based exam)-February 2021
Paper-II (Conventional)-To be notified
Result declaration (Tentative)-To be notified
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Hello guys, Now Im pursuing Diploma in mechanical engineering. Im from Jharkhand I want to clear SSC JE exam my question is.. please give me some useful ideas about how to prepare. Suggest me some best books please I will really grateful for help

AnkiT KunwaR 27th Jan, 2020
Hello Aspirant,


SSC JE is a popular exam among diploma candidates and lot of candidates dream to crack this exam.
So, first thing you need to go through its syllabus and past year question papers.
The exam consists of question from sections like English, Aptitude, Hindi and General Knowledge/Current Affairs.These sections are basis and you need a prepare 3 to 4 months to have a good grip on question from this and after completion just skip to you technical portion part.
Remember that going through year questions is very important so download them and solve.
Technical part is very important so most of focus should be on that side.

Books that you will need :

Books for Aptitude & Reasoning

  • A Modern Approach to Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning by S.Chand
  • A New Approach to Reasoning Verbal & Non Verbal by Arihant

Books for General Awareness
  • General Knowledge Overview with Current Affairs by Upkar
  • Follow daily news and updates from any websites or YouTube videos.

Books for Manufacturing Drawing

  • Manufacturing Process II by Sharma &Bhatnagar
  • Manufacturing Technology by M.M. Rao
  • Foundry Technology by Sinha & Goel

Books for Meteorology and Measuring Instruments
  • Meteorology & measuring Instrument by Bhatnagar S
  • Measurement, Meteorology and Control by Vikram Sharma
  • Mechanical Measurement and Instrument by Rajput R.K

Books for Computer Graphics & Computer Aided Design
  • Computer Graphics by Bhatia P.K
  • Basics of Computer Aided Geometric Design by M. Ganesh
  • Computer Aided Analysis and Design by Srinivasa Prakash
  • Books for Strength of Materials & Hydraulics

  • Strength of Materials by Rajput R. K
  • Fluid Mechanics by Vijay Gupta & Gupta S.K
  • Strength of Materials by Ramamarutham S
  • Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machines by Jagdish Lal

Books for Engineering Materials & Material Science

  • Material & Materials Science by Bhatnagar S.K
  • Materials Science & Processes by Hajra Choudhury S.K
  • Textbook of Material Science by R.K. Rajput

Books for Thermal Engineering

  • Thermal Engineering by Bhatnagar S.K
  • Thermal Engineering by Ballaney P.L

Books for Theory of Machines

  • Machine Design Data Book by Jadon V.K
  • Design of Machine Elements by Rao T. Krishna
Books for Manufacturing Process

  • Foundry Technology by Sinha & Goel
  • Manufacturing Process II by Sharma & Bhatnagar
  • Manufacturing System Engineering by Hitomi

Books for Machine Tool Technology

  • Machine Tool Technology by Hazara and Chaudhary

Books for Design and Estimation

  • Design and Estimating by Sharma P.C

Books for Production Technology

  • Production Engineering & Science by Pandey & Singh
Books for Automobile Engineering

  • Automobile Engineering by Singh Kirpal
  • Objective I.C. Engines & Automobile Engineering by Poonia M.P

Books for Industrial Management

  • Industrial Management and Entrepreneurship Development by Bhatnagar & Jain

Books for Production Automation

  • Computer Aided Manufacturing by Visal S

Books for Corporate Communication

  • Business Communication by Chhabra T.N


Mentioned above are the books which you can use in preparation.A dedicated 1 years of preparation is enough to crack this exam.Be disciplined and consistent.

Good Luck
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can you notify me whenever new form for ssc je civil will be declaired 2020. how so i know about that

prerna vats 10th Feb, 2020

Hello dear student!

SSC most probably release the notification for SSC JE civil examination in the month of July ,2020 and most probably the application forms will release in the month of August. You can get up to dated with the notifications by checking the official website of SSC or you can also get notified via newspaper , internet or social media so be active during those days on the respective platforms.

Hope this will help you

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hii sir.. in ssc je 2019 there written that for cpwd post diploma in civil engineering is required.. but i have done only B.tech .. i have no diploma so am i eligible for that post??

Naufal Mohamed 9th Jan, 2020
Make sure to go through the guidelines again. They might have specifies that the minimum degree required is a diploma. Which means diploma or any qualification above is acceptable. So having a B.Tech degree makes you over qualified for the position. Good luck.
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