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SSC JE Syllabus 2015 Civil/Mechanical/Electrical Exam Pattern

SSC JE Syllabus for Civil/Mechanical/Electrical: Staff selection Commission (SSC) has been issued a recruitment notification for the posts of Junior Engineer and huge numbers of aspirants are eagerly looking for employment of SSC. Here is the best chance to get the Sarkari Naukri in Indian government organizations. Large numbers of applicants have applied and eagerly searching for SSC JE syllabus 2015 for the subjects of Civil/Mechanical/Electrical engineering. Here our team providing SSC Junior Engineer Syllabus (Civil/Mechanical/Electrical) Exam syllabus 2015 and also exam pattern. Candidate’s who really want to do better score in exam, must need exam syllabus. Syllabus of SSC Junior engineer exam will help you very much during your exam.

SSC JE exam pattern 2015 for Civil/Mechanical/Electrical

SSC JE exam pattern will contain 2 papers i.e. Paper-1 & Paper-2. Paper 1 will be of objective type multiple choice questions and total 200 marks with duration of 2 hours. Paper 2 is divided into 3 parts such as Part-A, Part-B & Part-C. Total marks 300 with duration of 3 hours. Paper 2 exam will be of conventional type. SSC Junior Engineer Syllabus will be based on General Intelligence & Reasoning, General Awareness and General Engineering for Paper 1 and Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering for Paper 2.

SSC JE Exam Pattern 2015

Paper Subject Maximum Marks Duration Timings
Paper – I Objective type (i) General Intelligence & Reasoning

(ii) General Awareness

(iii) General Engineering





2 Hours
Paper – II Conventional Type Part –A General Engineering
(Civil & Structural)
Part – B (Electrical)
Part-C (Mechanical)


2 Hours

SSC JE Exam Syllabus 2015

General Intelligence & Reasoning

S. No. Topics
1. Analogies
2. Similarities
3. Differences
4. Space visualization
5. Judgment
6. Decision making
7. Problem solving
8. Analysis
9. Observation
10. Visual memory
11. Discrimination
12. Relationship concepts
13. Arithmetical reasoning
14. Verbal and figure classification
15. Arithmetical number series

General Awareness:

S. No. Topics
1. History
2. Culture
3. Geography
4. Economic Scene
5. General Polity
6. Scientific Research

General Engineering
– The syllabus of General Engineering covers following sections:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Structural Engineering

Civil Engineering:

S. No. Topics
1. Building Materials
2. Estimating, Costing and Valuation
3. Surveying
4. Soil Mechanics
5. Hydraulics
6. Irrigation Engineering
7. Transportation Engineering
8. Environmental Engineering

Mechanical Engineering:

S. No Topics
1. Theory of Machines and Machine Design
2. Thermal Engineering
3. Fluid Mechanics & Machinery
4. Production Engineering

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