UPSSSC JE Selection Process 2022: Written Exam, Interview, DV (Civil & Mechanical)

UPSSSC JE Selection Process 2022: Written Exam, Interview, DV (Civil & Mechanical)

ByNeha Dhyani  |  Updated on: Aug 10, 2021
UPSSSC JE Recruitment 2022: UPSSSC is going to release the online application for Junior Engineer (JE) posts. Check admit card, result, exam date, exam pattern, eligibility, syllabus, pattern and other official details here.
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UPSSSC JE Selection Process

The selection process of the UPSSSC Junior Engineer 2021 exam conducted by the Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) involves three stages: written exam, interview, and document verification. The first step of the UPSSSC JE Selection Process is the submission of an online application. After the online application, you will be called for the written exam. All the written qualified candidates will be called for an Interview. All candidates must check the selection process before strategizing their preparation for the exam.

UPSSSC JE Selection Process Stages

The UPSSSC JE exam has two rounds: a written exam and an Interview. The commission will call all the candidates who had applied for the written exam. The marks scored in the written exam have a good weightage in the final selection. Check UPSSSC JE exam stages:

  • Written Exam
  • Interview
  • Document Verification

UPSSSC JE Exam Pattern

The UPSSSC JE (Civil/ Mechanical/ Electrical) exam has two papers. The first paper is non-technical which includes Hindi & English, Reasoning, G.K, Computer knowledge whereas the second paper has only technical questions from your stream. Check the UPSSSC JE exam pattern in the table below.

Paper

Subject

Questions

Marks

Duration

Paper I

General Hindi & English

75

75

2 hours

General Intelligence

100

300

General Knowledge

Computer knowledge

Paper II

Engineering

125

375

2 hours

Total

300

750

4 hours

Important Points:

  • The exam will be offline
  • The questions will be multiple-choice questions.
  • The time duration for each paper is 2 hours.
  • There is a negative marking of ¼ marks on that question.

UPSSSC JE Interview

All those candidates who had cleared the written exam cut-off marks will be called for UPSSSC JE Interview. Candidates have to qualify written and interview to get their name on the final merit list. 

To get your name on the final merit list you need to score good marks in the Interview. The Interview holds 25% marks in the final merit list. You must prepare hard for the Interview. You have to present all the documents with the photocopy in the Interview. After the Interview, your documents will be verified by the commission.

UPSSSC JE Document Verification

Candidates who clear the interview are called for document verification. The candidates will have to furnish all the documents asked for the UPSSSC JE document verification. The list of documents needed is given below.

  • 10th class certificate and mark sheet
  • 12th class certificate and mark sheet
  • Graduation final mark sheet
  • Graduation certificate
  • Transfer certificate
  • Category certificate (if applicable)
  • PwD certificate (if applicable), etc.

UPSSSC JE Exam Selection Process FAQs

  • The UPSSSC JE exam has two stages only. There is a written exam and Interview.

  • Yes, there is a negative marking in the UPSSSC JE exam.

  • There are 300 questions of 750 marks in the UPSSSC JE papers.

  • The candidates will get 2 hours for each paper.

  • There are 125 technical questions in the Paper-II of the UPSSSC JE exam.

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