SSC JE Exam 2016: Commission Issues Instructions for candidates
The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has issued instructions for candidates appearing in the junior engineer (JE) examination 2016 (Paper I) regarding the question paper, items that are banned inside the venue and other code of conduct.
The exam will be held in computer-based mode from March 1 to March 4.
The commission on Thursday gave the sequence of the questions to be asked and said that the section related to Part A (general engineering–civil and structural), Part B (general engineering-electrical) and Part C (general engineering-mechanical) will appear first depending upon choice filled at the time of registration.
Questions from general intelligence section will be next and will be followed by reasoning and general awareness section.
Students must ensure that their choice of stream (civil and structural/mechanical/electrical), filled by them at the time of registration, is appearing correctly and any discrepancy must be reported immediately.
The SSC has also advised candidates not to carry bags, mobile phones and prohibited items into the exam venue. It warned candidates against appearing more than once for the exam and said that any candidate doing so will be disqualified and debarred from all future examinations conducted by it for three years.
It said that the candidature of any candidate found creating obstruction or disturbance during the exam will be cancelled. Such candidate shall also be liable to be debarred from future examinations of the commission and legal/criminal proceedings could be initiated against them, it added.
Lastly, the commission has warned that no re-examination will be held if it is found that the exam was disrupted due to instigation by the candidates.
Candidates who clear the computer-based examination (Paper I) will be called for the conventional type or written examination (Paper II).