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SSC JE Recruitment 2017, SSC JE Vacancy 2018 Online Application Form Are you getting ready for SSC Junior Engineer Written Online Exam??? At that point there is uplifting news that Staff Selection commission has declared notice on fourteenth October 2017. Last date to submit SSC JE Application shape is eleventh Of November 2017. Till that you can get points of interest of qualification, application frame subtle elements and exam dates here.


SSC staff determination has reported SSC JE opportunities 2017 application date-book for 2018 Exam year too SSC JE Online exam dates 2018. SSC JE Online application frame will start from fourteenth October 2017. Presently those need to check exam date SSC JE Paper 1 and Paper 2 they can check here. SSC JE 2017-2018 Notification and exam dates are additionally refreshed underneath. There is great chance to apply for SSC JE Vacancies. Btech understudies of Mechanical/Electrical/Civil branch can apply for SSC Junior designer employments 2017-2018.


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At last the most anticipated application frame SSC JE Notification is discharged by SSC commission. Presently the designing recognition/BE/BTech Pass out applicants will apply online for SSC JE Recruitment 2017-18.


This is online exam (CBT Exam). The online application type of SSC Junior designer opening is begun from fourteenth October 2017. Hopefuls will be chosen on the premise of imprints in Paper 1 and paper 2. These are Non-Gazetted Group B Vacancies. Here you can check SSC JE Vacancy qualification, application shape, SSC JE Notification 2017-18.


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Pay Band of Rs.9300-34800/ – + Grade Pay Rs.4200/ – (pre-amended)


online composed exam dates :fifth and eighth January 2017


Application dates: fourteenth October to eleventh November 2017


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SSC JE Recruitment 2017, SSC JE Vacancy 2018 Online Application Form


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Official Notice – Staff Selection commission Junior Engineer Grade B


Name of Organization: Staff Selection Commission, 2017-2018


Name of Examination: SSC JE Recruitment Exam, 2017-2018


Official site:


Employment Location: All finished India


SSC JE Vacancy 2016 Name– Junior specialist Non-Gazetted Group B


Number of opportunity : isn’t reported yet authoritatively


Office names     Vacancy Names


Focal Water Commission              Junior Engineer (Civil)


Junior Engineer (Mechanical)


CPWD   Junior Engineer (Civil)


Junior Engineer (Electrical)


Division of Post Junior Engineer (Civil)


MES       Junior Engineer(Civil)


Junior Engineer (Electrical and Mechanical)


Junior Engineer (Quantity Surveying and Contract)


Farrakka Barrage (Project)           Junior Engineer (Civil)


Junior Engineer (Mechanical/Electrical)


Focal Water Power Research Station       Junior Engineer (Civil)


Junior Engineer (Electrical)


Dte. Of Quality Assurance(Naval)


Junior Engineer (Naval Quantity Assurance) – (Mechanical)


Junior Engineer (Naval Quantity Assurance)- (Electrical)


Instructive Details: –


Degree/Diploma in Civil, Mechanical and Electrical.


Age confine


18 to 32 yrs. Are qualified to apply this Post.




Office shrewd


Choice process


Online Computer Based Exam


SSC JE Recruitment 2017 Application expense:- All of contenders expected to pay through any of mode either disconnected or online full measure of use charges as beneath:


  • General/OBC-Rs.100/ –


  • Reserved Category Applicants (Female/Ex-Servicesman, ST/SC) : – No expense Charged


  • Application Fee installment mode : Online through Net managing an account, SBI Challan, Debit/Credit Card)


SSC JE Vacancy 2017 Important Dates:-


SSC JE Online application gazing Date : fourteenth October 2017


SSC JE Part-I Registration: eleventh November 2017 upto 5.00 PM


SSC JE Part-II Registration: eleventh November 2017 upto 5.00 PM


SSC JE Online Exam Paper first date : fifth and eighth January 2018


SSC JE Paper 1 Result 2017 : January 2018


SSC JE Paper 2 Exam Dates : first April 2018


SSC JE Final Merit list 2018 : May/June 2018


Apply Online for SSC JE Recruitment 2017:-


As a matter of first importance, go to get to official site of SSC as above expressed :


Go to “Enrollment Portal” area here to discover apply interface.


Tap on : SSC JE Application Form Online


Presently, all are required to fill all of compulsory asked subtle elements with faculty data.


Go to store application expenses if pertinent else go before to next.


Hit on SUBMIT catch.


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