UPSSSC Junior Engineer (JE) Syllabus, Exam Pattern

Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) conducts examination for appointing candidates on Junior Engineer Position and appearing candidates are advised to check the complete UPSSSC JE Exam Pattern

UPSSSC JE Syllabus

UPSSSC JE Computer Knowledge Exam Syllabus

Basics of ComputerBasic Computer Terminology
Computer FundamentalsUses of Computer
Computer toolsBasic internet knowledge and protocols
Network Basics

UPSSSC Syllabus for Junior Engineer Mechanical Engineering:

Theory of MachinesThermodynamics
Structural EngineeringAutomobile Engineering
Manufacturing TechnologyStrength of Materials
Fluid MechanicsHeat Engines
HydraulicsIndustrial Engineering & Management etc.

UPSSSC Jr. Engineer Syllabus for Electrical Engineering:

Basics of Electrical EngineeringAnalog & Digital Circuits
Power SystemsUtilization of Electrical Energy
Control SystemsPower Electronics & Drives
Electrical Machines etc.

UPSSSC JE Syllabus UP Civil Engineering:

Quantity SurveyingSurveying
Irrigation EngineeringSoil Mechanics
HydraulicsEngineering Mechanics
Building MaterialsDesign of Structures
Environmental EngineeringTransportation Engineering etc.

UPSSSC Junior Engineer Syllabus Reasoning:

Number SeriesNon-Verbal Series
Coding-DecodingArithmetical Reasoning
Number RankingBlood Relations
DirectionsAlphabet Series
Cubes and DiceClocks & Calendars
AnalogyMirror Images
Decision MakingEmbedded Figures etc.

UPSSSC JE Recruitment Exam Syllabus English/ Hindi:

VerbsTenses, Active and Passive
Active and Passive voicesubject-verb Agreement
ConnectorsTypes of sentences
Direct and Indirect speechComparison

UPSSSC JE Syllabus General Awareness:

Indian ConstitutionIndian Economy
Current Events – National & InternationalScience & Technology
Indian PolityIndian Culture & Heritage
Indian GeographyIndian History
IT & Space

UPSSSC Junior Engineer Exam Pattern

  • The examination will comprise two papers i.e. Paper 1 and Paper 2.
  • Paper I comprises questions from General Hindi& English and General Ability, GK, Computer Knowledge.
  • In Paper II, questions will be asked from Civil Engineering, Electronic Engineering,
    Mechanical Engineering(Building Materials, Thermal Engineering, Irrigation Engineering, Fluid Machine & Machinery).
  • 150 Minutes will be provided for Paper I while candidates have to solve the Paper 2 within 120 Minutes.
  • Total 375 questions of 750 marks will be asked in the examination.
  • Qualified candidates in written examination will be selected for Interview.
  • Interview will be conducted to secure 250 marks.
 Paper NumberName of the SubjectsTotal
Paper 1IGeneral Hindi& English7575150 Minutes
PaperIIGeneral Ability, GK, Computer Knowledge100300 
ICivil Engineering, Electronic Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering(Building Materials, Thermal Engineering, Irrigation Engineering, Fluid Machine & Machinery)
125375120 Minutes
Grand Total375750 

2nd Stage: personal Interview= 250 Marks

Total Marks: 1000

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