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SSC JE 2024: The SSC (Staff Selection Commission) Junior Engineer (JE) application correction window is now open on the official website Candidates who have applied for the SSC JE Exam 2024 can now utilize the application correction window to rectify any errors or discrepancies in their application forms.

The SSC JE application form 2024 must be edited by candidates using their login information, which includes their registration number and password. 


The SSC JE 2024 application form will allow candidates to modify their date of birth, gender, matriculation roll number, name, father's name, mother's name, and other personal information

Candidates must note that the SSC JE 2024 examination is scheduled to be held from 4 June - 6 June, 2024. The SSC will also shortly release the SSC JE admit card for each region on that region's official website.


Through the SSC official website,, candidates who have submitted their applications for SSC JE 2024 can check their status. They can find out if the SSC has accepted their application or not by looking up the status of their application.


Additionally note that this recruitment drive aims to fill up a total of 968 junior engineer vacancies across various disciplines, including civil, mechanical, and electrical fields. Interested candidates are advised to visit the official SSC website for further updates and instructions regarding the SSC JE Exam 2024 and the application correction process.


SSC JE 2024: Application Form

  • Click on the "View Application Status of SSC JE" button.
  • Enter the following details:
    • Registration number
    • Date of birth
    • Gender
    • Captcha code.


SSC JE 2024: Selection criteria 

  • The selection process for SSC JE 2024 will consist of three stages: Paper 1, Paper 2, and Document Verification.
  • Paper 1 carries a total of 200 marks, while Paper 2 is worth 300 marks.
  • Both papers consist of multiple-choice questions.
  • In Paper 1, candidates will incur a deduction of 0.25 marks for each incorrect answer.
  • In Paper 2, the negative marking is one mark per wrong answer.