SSC JE Syllabus

SSC JE Syllabus

SSC JE Syllabus:- The SSC JE Syllabus consists of two different stages – Paper I comprises of Objective-type questions and Paper II is of Descriptive type/Written Test.

SSC JE Syllabus for Paper I

This Paper is an objective/computer-based test of 200 marks for a duration of 2 hours. Given below are the different sections of Paper I:
No.-1. General Intelligence & Reasoning
No.-2. General Awareness
No.-3. General Engineering:
Part-A (Civil Engineering & Structural Engineering)
Part-B (Electrical Engineering)
Part-C (Mechanical Engineering)

SSC JE General Intelligence & Reasoning Syllabus

  1. General Intelligence & Reasoning: This General Intelligence syllabus section mainly consists of questions of both verbal and non-verbal type.

No.-1. Relationship concepts
No.-2. Arithmetical reasoning
No.-3. Problem-solving
No.-4. Space visualization
No.-5. Visual memory
No.-6. Analysis and judgment
No.-7. Analogies
No.-8. Decision making
No.-9. Discrimination & Observation
No.-10. Verbal and figures classification
No.-11. Arithmetical Number Series
No.-12. Similarities & differences

  1. General Awareness: This section includes questions pertaining to India and its neighbouring countries especially relating to the following topics:

No.-1. Geography
No.-2. Culture
No.-3. History
No.-4. Economic Scene
No.-5. Scientific Research
No.-6. General Polity
No.-7. Static GK

  1. General Engineering: Candidates have to choose from any one of these three topics given below.

SSC JE Civil Engineering & Structural Engineering Syllbus

Part-A (Civil Engineering & Structural Engineering): The SSC JE Civils Syllabus includes the following topics:
No.-1. Building Materials
No.-2. Surveying
No.-3. Estimating
No.-4. Soil Mechanics
No.-5. Costing and Valuation
No.-6. Concrete Technology
No.-7. Irrigation Engineering,
No.-8. Transportation Engineering
No.-9. Environmental Engineering
No.-10. RCC Design
No.-11. Hydraulics
No.-12. Theory of Structures
No.-13. Steel Design
Part-B (Electrical Engineering): The SSC JE Electrical Syllabus includes the following topics:
No.-1. Basic concepts
No.-2. Circuit law
No.-3. AC Fundamentals
No.-4. Magnetic Circuit
No.-5. Electrical Machines
No.-6. Measurement and Measuring instruments
No.-7. Synchronous Machines
No.-8. Fractional Kilowatt Motors and single phase induction Motors
No.-9. Generation
No.-10. Basic Electronics
No.-11. Estimation and Costing
No.-12. Transmission and Distribution
No.-13. Utilization and Electrical Energy

SSC JE Mechanical Engineering Syllabus

Part-C (Mechanical Engineering): The SSC JE Mechanical Syllabus includes the following topics:
No.-1. Theory of Machines and Machine Design
No.-2. 1st Law of Thermodynamics
No.-3. 2nd Law of Thermodynamics
No.-4. IC Engine Performance
No.-5. Air standard Cycles for IC Engines
No.-6. IC Engines Combustion
No.-7. Boilers
No.-8. IC Engine Cooling & Lubrication
No.-9. Classification
No.-10. Rankine cycle of System
No.-11. Specification
No.-12. Engineering Mechanics and Strength of Materials
No.-13. Properties of Pure Substances
No.-14. Air Compressors & their cycles
No.-15. Fitting & Accessories
No.-16. Principle of Refrigeration Plant
No.-17. Nozzles & Steam Turbines
No.-18. Fluid Statics
No.-19. Measurement of Flow rate
No.-20. Refrigeration cycles
No.-21. Properties & Classification of Fluids
No.-22. Measurement of Fluid Pressure
No.-23. Fluid kinematics
No.-24. Dynamics of Ideal fluids
No.-25. Hydraulic Turbines
No.-26. Basic Principles & Classification of steel
No.-27. Centrifugal Pumps
SSC JE Syllabus for Paper II
This paper consists of three parts as mentioned above. The Paper-II is a written test of 300 marks for a duration of 2 hours on any of the following parts chosen by the respective candidate:
Part-A (Civil Engineering & Structural Engineering)
Part-B (Electrical Engineering)
Part-C (Mechanical Engineering)
Candidates need to select any one of the parts which they wish to take during the exam. Basically, Paper-II of the SSC JE syllabus includes a detailed explanation of each of the topics under each part as discussed in the General Engineering section of Paper I.

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