SSC JE Paper 2 2019 Result: On Tuesday, the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) released the results of Paper-II of the Junior Engineer Examination, 2019. Junior Engineers in the following categories were tested: Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, and Quantity Surveying & Contracts. Aspirants who wrote the paper can check their results on the SSC’s official website, ssc.nic.in. SSC JE Paper 2 Result 2019: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) published the results of Paper-II of the Junior Engineer Examination, 2019, on Tuesday. Junior Engineers in the following categories were tested: Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, and Quantity Surveying & Contracts.
SSC JE Exam 2019 Result Out
On March 1, 2021, the results of the SSC JE Paper-I of Junior Engineer (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, and Quantity Surveying and Contracts) Examination, 2019, were announced, with 5,681 candidates being shortlisted for the Paper-II. The base passing marks for Paper-II have been defined at 30% for general classification, 25% for EWS and OBC classes, and 20% least rate for any remaining classifications, according to the alert.
The authority has announced the final SSC JE Paper 2 2019 result based on the combined cut-off marks of Paper I and Paper II. A record of 2890 applicants passed the junior engineer Paper-II test, with 2532 passing the civil engineering exam and 358 passing the mechanical and electrical engineering exam. Candidates who passed Paper II must now show up for document verification.
On November 30, 2021, the marks of qualified and non-qualified candidates will be available on the Commission’s website, according to the notification. From November 30, 2021 to December 12, 2021, all candidates who took Paper-II can view their individual results by entering their Registration Number and Registered Password, and then clicking on the Result of Marks link on the candidate dashboard.
Staff selection commission Junior Engineer Exam Result 2019-20: Overview
|Exam name||(Staff Selection Commission) SSC JE 2019|
|Notification Reference Number||F.No. 3/3/2019-P&P-II|
|Online application submission window period||13th Aug to 12 Sept 2019|
|Total number of Position||887|
|CBT Paper I exam date – SSC JE 2019||27th to 31st Oct. 2020|
11th Dec 2020 (for Bihar Applicant)
|CBT Paper I Answer key – SSC JE 2019||27th Dec 2020|
|Last date of Objection||31st Dec 2020|
|SSC JE Paper I 2019 Result date||1st March 2021|
|SSC JE Paper-II 2019 Exam Date||21st March 2021|
|SSC JE Paper-II 2019 Result||23rd November|
SSC JE 2019, important dates to remember:
- On November 23, 2021, the results for paper II were revealed.
- On December 19, 2021, the result link will be removed.
- On November 30, 2021, SSC will publish the marks of qualified and non-qualified candidates on its official website after a week.
How to Check SSC Junior Engineer Exam Result 2019?
- Candidates must go to the official website https://ssc.nic.in/ to check the result.
- Go to the upper right side of the homepage and click the result tab.
- Candidates will be led to a new page where they must click on the result choice next to the link “SSC JE Result 2019.” (Paper-II)
- There you will find list of candidates qualified for the position of Junior Engineer (JE)
- Final outcome will be shown on the screen. It is recommended that candidates print out the results for future reference.
SSC JE 2019 Document Verification
Candidates who all successfully cleared SSC JE 2019 Paper II will be called for document verification. Document verification will take place in the second half of December 2021, at the earliest. Before the document verification, the qualified candidates admit cards will be posted on the websites of their respective Regional Offices. Candidates who are unable to download their Admit Cards should contact the relevant Regional Offices as soon as possible. The candidates are solely responsible for ensuring that the Admit Cards are downloaded.
On November 30, 2021, the Commission’s website will contain the marks of qualified and non-eligible candidates. Candidates can see their individual results from November 30, 2021 to December 19, 2021 by logging in with their R No and Password and then clicking on the Result/Marks link on the candidate dashboard.
The date for document verification is yet to be announced and expected to take place after the second week of December. For the document verification round, candidates must bring their admit cards. The hall tickets for the same will be available on the different Regional Offices’ websites. Candidates who are unable to download their hall tickets for whatever reason should contact the relevant Regional Offices.
SSC JE 2019 Paper 2 Cut Off
The SSC JE 2019 cut off for paper 2 has been revealed. The Civil Engineering and Electrical/Mechanical Engineering cut offs for SSC JE 2019 are provided separately. In the table below, you’ll find the SSC JE cut off.
Civil Engineering cut-off for SSC JE 2019
|Category||Cumulative Cut-off Marks||Candidates #|
|Other Backward Caste||265.07317||1078|
|Economically Weaker Sections||270.40837||428|
SSC JE 2019 Cut Off for Elect/Mech Engineering
|Category||Cumulative Cut-off Marks||Candidates #|
|Other Backward Caste||307.83378||162|
|Economically Weaker Sections||311.41869||68|
Those who have been shortlisted must attend the SSC JE document verification round. Candidates who pass all phases of the SSC JE recruiting procedure will be hired for the open SSC JE positions.
SSC JE Final Appointment 2019
In the event that he or she is recommended by the Staff Selection Commission, a candidate must state at Sl. No. 16 in his or her Application Form the name of the post for which he or she would want to be considered for final assignment in order of preferences. The selection of candidates for posts will be based on their position in the merit list and their order of preference, subject to the number of vacancies available in that job.
Is it possible to Appeal the SSC JE 2019 result?
Candidates are unable to challenge the Staff Selection Commission once the final results have been announced because this option is not available. Candidates can challenge the board’s Answer Key and submit their challenges online for a fee of Rs. 100 for each question challenged. If the experts who are reviewing the challenges presented by the candidates believe they are real, the commission will release the final Answer Key with revisions, and the candidate’s question challenge fee will be repaid.