SSC JE Study Plan 2021 - Preparation Tips to Crack SSC Junior Engineer Exam
SSC JE Study Plan 2021: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts the Junior Engineer (JE) exam. The SSC JE exam is one of the most sought after competitive exams for engineer graduates. Every year, a huge number of candidates apply for SSC JE making it a difficult and tough nut to crack. However, with proper preparations and a strategically designed SSC JE 2021 study plan, it can be easily passed. The most important aspect of the exam is the vast syllabus which needs to be properly covered in the study plan of SSC JE 2021. In this article of SSC JE study plan 2021, we will be discussing all these points along with touching the exam pattern, syllabus, marking scheme, question papers etc. Candidates are advised to go through the end to find informative details related to the SSC JE 2021 study plan.
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SSC JE Study Plan 2021
As SSC JE is tough and hence very competitive, candidates need to follow certain tips and tricks and accumulate them into their SSC JE 2021 study plan. From the following pointers, we have tried to cover all the points that are necessary for the candidates while making the study plan of SSC JE 2021. These points are written based on suggestions received by candidates who qualified for the exam, competitive exam experts and subject-matter experts.
Candidates are advised to go through all the points here to get an idea to increase their chances of qualification for the exam. As said by experts, the study plan should be efficient, practical and must be followed strictly.
Go through the SSC JE exam pattern to know the marking scheme, stages, sections, and time duration.
Refer to the official syllabus of SSC JE to know the subjects, topics and sections.
Based on the syllabus scout for the best books of SSC JE for detailed study and preparations.
Download previous year question papers of SSC JE for at least 10 years and go through the types of questions, difficulty level of questions and the question patterns followed by SSC while framing the questions. Start solving the question papers from Day 1 and follow this practice daily.
Shortlist newspapers, magazines, don't get confused among a lot of options, only refer to a couple of them. This will help in general awareness
While making a study plan candidates must allot equal time to all the subjects/sections and must study them daily.
Candidates must make a practical time table and follow it daily. This time table must have all the points touched like reading current affairs, solving numerical, remembering formulas, covering the syllabus, solving previous year question papers, answer writing practise etc.
Check the cutoff marks of SSC JE to know the difficulty level of the year and the cut off trends of the exam.
Read or watch SSC JE topper interviews to get an idea about their preparation strategy, answer writing skills and important tips related to the SSC JE.
Subscribe to test series/ mock test series to strengthen the SSC JE preparations.
Work on the weaker sections more and try remedies to strengthen the weaker sections so that there is no scope for errors while attempting the question paper.
SSC JE Exam Pattern 2021
One part of the SSC JE study plan 2021 is the exam pattern. SSC mentioned the SSC JE exam pattern in the official notification. Candidates preparing for the exam must check the exam pattern for their effective preparations and know the section, stages, marking scheme etc of the exam. The exam pattern is separately prescribed by SSC JE for paper 1 and paper 2 (descriptive exam). Paper 1 of SSC JE is in objective type while paper 2 is descriptive type written mode.
SSC JE Syllabus 2021
While making the SSC JE 2021 study plan candidates must give special focus to the syllabus. The SSC JE syllabus is prescribed by the exam conducting authority for both paper 1 and paper 2. The syllabus is mentioned in the official SSC JE notification. With the help of the syllabus, candidates can plan on how to prepare for the exam.
SSC JE Question Papers 2021
In the study plan of SSC JE 2021, there should be special emphasis on the question papers 2021. SSC doesn't release the JE question papers however, it is mentioned in the answer key of paper 1 which is conducted in online mode. By solving the question papers candidates will be able to improve their preparation, increase efficiency, accuracy and time management.
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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - SSC JE Study Plan 2021 - Preparation Tips to Crack SSC Junior Engineer Exam
Question: Is it easy to crack SSC je?
No, it is not easy however, with proper preparations and an effective SSC JE study plan 2021, candidates can easily cross the finishing line.
Question: Is SSC je tough?
Yes, it is one of the toughest exams in India and a lot of candidates apply for it making it difficult as well as competitive.
Question: Can final year students apply for SSC je 2021?
Candidates must have qualified for the final year however, in the official notification SSC will mention the final year cut off date. JE aspirants must check the cut off date before applying.
Question: How can I clear my SSC je?
You can qualify the SSC JE with sheer determination, continuous preparation and practise.
Question: Can we crack SSC je without coaching?
Yes, if you are good at self-study and your concepts are clear you can qualify for the exam without coaching. Make sure to put in extra hours during self-study.
Question: Do questions repeat in SSC je?
Yes, there are few questions that are repeated from the previous year.
Question: Does SSC Je have an interview?
No, there is no interview stage in the SSC JE exam. There are only two stages in the exam - paper 1 (MCQ based online mode) and paper 2 (descriptive mode).
Question: What is the mode of the SSC JE Exam?
The SSC JE paper 1 is in online mode and paper 2 is in offline mode.
Question: Is there negative marking in the SSC JE?
Yes, there is a negative marking in the SSC JE but only in paper 1.
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Questions related to SSC JE
Can a BTech student apply for ssc je on the basis of diploma
I hope you are doing well, as you mentioned you are a student of B Tech. If you have completed B Tech then you can definitely apply for SSC JE or any Government recruitment exams. But if you are in B Tech and have not completed B Tech yet then you must complete it first because they ask for minimum Diploma or bachelor's degree in engineering.
I hope you find this information helpful. I wish you all the best for your future.
can a year back diploma student eligible for ssc je exam
Yes you are eligible for SSC JE the age limit for SSC JE is 32 years and the candidates with degree or Diploma in Civil/Mechanical/Electrical Engineering from a recognized University or Institution are eligible for the exam. So yes you will be eligible for SSC JE. The Staff Selection Commission has released the SSC JE exam dates for Paper II. According to the exam dates of SSC JE 2021, paper II is scheduled to be conducted on September 26, 2021. The dates for SSC JE 2022 is not yet released. Keep an eye on the official website for the latest information.
After M.Tech is it possible to eligible for SSC JE?
The eligibility criteria for each post through SSC JE is different. The minimum Education Qualification requirement for SCC JE 2022 is Bachelor's Degree in Engineering in relevant field or Diploma in Engineering with relevant experience. You can apply for SSC JE after completion of M. Tech provided you must have required minimum education qualification that is specified against the post you are applying and fulfill the age criteria. To check the eligibility criteria for each pots click on the link below
After being selected for ssc je with diploma degree, can the candidate study bachelor degree by applying any sort of study leave?
Most of the technical department offers study leaves and training programs for its employees. So yeah! You can keep up your study after joining the job but it would take time. As you join via SSC JE then you will have 1 year of probationary period. So within this period you wont be able to join your UG studies. Now as your probation gets over after that you have to compulsorily give e 2 year service. After this you can apply for study leave and if your seniors are impressed by your work or they feel you deserve they will sanction it. So in general you will be able to join the UG course after 3-5 years from the year of your joining.
I hope this helps. All the very best for your future endeavors!
hello i am for Electronics and communication Engineering can i have a eligibility to attend the SSC JE exam
I don't think the SSC JE have demands for ECE. If you see the notification for examination then you will find three to four fields namely:
- Mechanical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Civil Engineering.
- Quantity Surveying (Also not frequent)
I would say you can attempt for the ICRB exams for ISRO. ISRO have quite a good rate of employment for ECE.
TO get the notifications about the latest vacancies you may keep an eye on the link below:
Apart from this you have DRDO, BARC, NEILIT etc.
Some of the PSU's you may get through GATE are:
- BSNL , MTNL
- Powergrid, Railtel
- BPCL, IOCL, ONGC, IOCL, HPCL, GAIL
- SAIL, CIL, NMDC
So you have a ample number of opportunities.
I hope my answer helps. All the very best for your future endeavors!