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SSC JE 2018 Final Result – Junior Engineers (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Quantity Surveying & Contract) Examination, 2018 final result declared.

The result of Junior Engineer (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Quantity Surveying & Contracts) Examination, 2018 (Paper-II) for calling candidates for appearing in Document Verification, was declared on 11.09.2020. On the basis of Cut-Off marks fixed by the Commission in Paper-II, 3800 candidates qualified in Civil Engineering and 883 candidates qualified in Electrical/ Mechanical Engineering for appearing in Document Verification.

Consequent upon Document Verification, 1840 candidates have been finally selected for appointment.

Allocation of Posts and Departments to the selected candidates has been made on the basis of ‘merit-cum-order of preference of Departments’ exercised by the candidates at the time of Document Verification.

Keeping in view the vacancy position, category-wise details of the 1840 candidates (1506 Civil Engineering, 192 Electrical Engineering and 142 Mechanical Engineering) selected for appointment to the posts in different Departments are given below:

Number of Candidates Qualified


Category wise break-up of the candidates selected for the posts of Junior Engineers along with the total marks obtained by the last selected candidates are given below. In cases where candidates are selected against horizontal vacancies (i.e. 4-OH & 5-HH), total marks of such last selected candidates are reflected against their respective horizontal category, not against their vertical category (0-EWS, 1-SC, 2-ST, 6-OBC, 9-UR).

Civil Engineering

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Electrical / Mechanical Engineering

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Explanation of Post codes

Post Code Post Department
AJunior Engineer (Civil)Border Road Organisation (BRO)
BJunior Engineer (Civil)Central Water Commission (CWC)
CJunior Engineer (Mechanical)Central Water Commission (CWC)
DJunior Engineer (Civil)Central Public Works Department (CPWD)
EJunior Engineer (Electrical)Central Public Works Department (CPWD)
FJunior Engineer (Civil) Central Water and Power Research Station (CWPRS)
GJunior Engineer (Mechanical)Central Water and Power Research Station (CWPRS)
HJunior Engineer (Mechanical) Directorate of Quality Assurance (Naval)
IJunior Engineer (Electrical)Directorate of Quality Assurance (Naval)
JJunior Engineer (Civil)Military Engineering Services (MES)
KJunior Engineer (Electrical &
Military Engineering Services (MES)

Resolution of Tie cases: In case where more than one candidates have secured the equal aggregate marks, tie has been resolved by applying the following methods one after another in the order given below :
(i) Total marks in Paper-II.
(ii) Total marks in Paper-I.
(iii) Date of birth, with older candidate placed higher.
(iv) Alphabetical order in the first names of the candidates appeared.

SSC – Regional Offices

S.No.RegionRegional OfficeWebsite
1.HQHQ, New
2.Central RegionSSC(CR),
3.Eastern RegionSSC(ER),
4.Karnataka Kerala RegionSSC(KKR),
5.Northern RegionSSC(NR), New
6.North East RegionSSC(NER),
7.Southern RegionSSC(SR),
8.Western RegionSSC(WR),
9.MPR RegionSSC(MPR),
10.North West RegionSSC(NWR),

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SSC JE Result Out FAQs2

When is the SSC JE Result usually declared?

The declaration of SSC JE Result typically takes a few months after the completion of each paper (Paper-I and Paper-II). The exact result declaration date is announced by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) and can be checked on the official SSC website.

How can I check my SSC JE Result?

You can check your SSC JE Result by visiting the official SSC website. Look for the 'Results' or 'Result' section on the website, navigate to the JE section, and search for the relevant result link. Enter your roll number or registration number to access your result.

Is the SSC JE Result declared separately for Paper-I and Paper-II?

Yes, the SSC JE Result is usually declared separately for Paper-I and Paper-II. After the completion of Paper-I, the results for Paper-I are declared, and candidates who qualify for Paper-II are eligible to appear for it. The final result is based on the combined performance of both papers.

Can I receive my SSC JE Result via mail or post?

No, the SSC JE Result is not sent via mail or post. It is solely available in online mode on the official SSC website. Candidates need to check and download their result from the official website using their roll number or registration number.

What details are mentioned in the SSC JE Result?

The SSC JE Result usually mentions the candidate's roll number, name, category, marks obtained in each paper, total marks, and the qualifying status (whether qualified or not qualified).

Can I get a physical copy of my SSC JE Result?

Yes, candidates can download and print their SSC JE Result from the official SSC website. It is recommended to keep a physical copy of the result for future reference and document verification purposes.

Are the SSC JE Results final, or can they be challenged?

The SSC JE Results are generally considered final and binding. However, in some cases, SSC may provide a provision to challenge the result if there is a discrepancy or if a candidate believes there has been an error in the evaluation process. Candidates should refer to the official SSC notification for details on the result challenge process, if applicable.

Are the SSC JE Results declared region-wise?

No, the SSC JE Results are not declared region-wise. The results are declared on an all-India basis, and candidates from all regions can access and check their results simultaneously.

How can I calculate my normalized score in SSC JE?

SSC follows the normalization process to calculate the scores of candidates in SSC JE. The normalization process is mentioned in the official notification and takes into account the difficulty level of the exam and the distribution of scores among candidates. The normalized scores are used for result preparation.

Is there any provision to check SSC JE Result through SMS or mobile app?

Currently, there is no provision to check SSC JE Result through SMS or mobile app. The results are only available on the official SSC website. Candidates should access their result using a computer or mobile browser by visiting the official SSC website. Remember to regularly check the official SSC website for updates and notifications regarding the declaration of SSC JE Result.

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