Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released SSC JE 2017 Notification to recruit eligible candidates for Junior Engineer Civil, Mechanical, and Electrical Posts. Therefore, candidates who want to apply for SSC JE Recruitment 2017-18 via an online process which has been closed on 17th November 2017. After the notification declaration, candidates are able to fill SSC JE Application Form 2017-18 for the examination of JE. The Commission has notified JE posts for different government departments. The department has notified various posts in Civil and Electrical. for the eligible and interested candidates. SSC department allowed the aspirants to fill the online application form for SSC JE for their favorable posts. SSC keeps liberating Junior Engineer posts for Civil, Mechanical, and Electrical divisions. The department allows candidates to file the application form at ssc.nic.in that is the official site for Staff Selection Commission.
Here, candidates can check full details about the SSC JE 2017-18 recruitment such as eligibility criteria, age limit, vacancy details, how to fill SSC JE 2017 Online Form, application fee, exam dates, etc.
Latest Updates: SSC JE 2017-18 Exam online form submission has been closed now. The computer based written examination will be held from 22nd January to 25th January 2018.
SSC JE 2017-18 Corrigendum for Education Qualification:
About SSC: SSC stands for Staff Selection Commission is one of the most famous government department in India. It takes the responsibility to notify candidates about jobs at many levels such as SSC CGL, CHSL and so on. Staff Selection Commission is known as Karmchari Chayan Aayog in Hindi. It holds the full responsibility of candidates to liberate jobs for the various government department and subordinate offices. The headquarter for SSC is located in New Delhi that is the capital city of India.
SSC consists seven regional offices in India at different locations. The locations include Allahabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Guwahati, Chennai and Bangalore. It also includes two sub-regional offices at Raipur and Chandigarh. On 4th November 1975, Government Of India (GOI) formed a commission that was called Subordinate Service Commission. From 26th September 1977, Subordinate Services Commission was renamed as Staff Selection Commission that is commonly known as SSC.