SSC JE 2020 Paper-I Admit Card Out for all Regions : One of the most popupar exam in all Engineering Graduates, SSC Junior Engineer exam is going to be conducted from 27th October to 30th October 2020 in various cities of India. Staff Selection Commission of India (SSC) has released the SSC JE Admit Card and Application Status for SSC JE 2019-20 Tier-I exam to recruit Junior Engineer (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Quantity Surveying and Contract) in the various Ministries and Departments of the Government of India and in Subordinate Offices.
SSC JE Admit Card is released separately for Tier-I Exam, Tier-II Exam and Document Verification. The Tier-1 Admit Card / Hall Ticket is available to download from 17th October 2020. Candidates can download Region-Wise online SSC JE Admit Card for 2020 Tier-1 exam from the links provided below.
|SSC JE Application Status Available From||13th October 2020|
|SSC JE Admit Card for Tier-1 Available From||17th October 2020|
|SSC JE 2019-20 Tier-I Exam||27th October to 30th October 2020 and |
11th December 2020 (In Bihar)
|SSC JE Tier-II Admit Card||March 2021|
|SSC JE Tier-II Exam||21st March 2021|
Note: Due to the Assembly Elections in Bihar, The Paper-I exam date has been changed for all candidates who opted for examination centres in Bihar. SSC JE 2019-20 Paper-I examination will be held on 11th December 2020 in different cities of Bihar.
SSC has released the SSC JE Admit Card and application status for SSC JE 2019-20 Paper-I exam for all regions of SSC 4 days before the exam. The Region-Wise SSC JE admit card links for 2019-20 Tier-I exam are mentioned below. All candidates who have been succesfully filled the online application for JE (Junior Engineer) 2019-20 exam, can download the SSC JE Admit Card by clicking on the respective regional website of Commission.
The admit card and application status links for all SSC regions are given below.
|Region Name||State Names||Admit Card Link|
|SSC North Region||Delhi, Rajasthan,
|SSC Southern Region||Andhra Pradesh (AP), Puducherry,
|SSC North Eastern Region||Assam, Arunachal
|SSC Eastern Region||West Bengal (WB),
and A&N Island
|SSC Western Region||Maharashtra,
|SSC North Western Region||J&K, Haryana,
|SSC Madhya Pradesh Region||Madhya Pradesh (MP),
|SSC Central Region||Uttar Pradesh (UP)
|SSC Kerala Karnataka Region||Karnataka and
All candidates are required to visit this page regularly to get latest updates about SSC JE 2020 Tier-I admit card.
To download SSC JE Admit Card for 2020 Tier-I exam, a candidate must have the below mentioned pre-requisites:
• Registration ID/Roll No
• Mother's Name/ Father's Name :
• Date of Birth (D.O.B)
• Visit the official website i.e. ssc.nic.in or Click on the Region-Wise links mentioned above.
• Enter your credentials i.e. Registration ID / Roll No, Date of Birth (D.O.B), Mother's Name/ Father's Name and Captcha Code (Verify Human).
• Download and Print the SSC JE admit card.
If in any case, you are not able to download the SSC JE Admit Card, Visit the regional/sub regional website to download the admit card.
• Hard copy of SSC JE Admit Card won’t be sent to candidates via mail. Therefore candidates are advised to download the Admit Card online from the link provided on this page
• Candidates must ensure that the Internet Connection is good while downloading his/her SSC JE Admit Card
• 2 copies of Admit Card should be downloaded for emergency purposes
• Candidates are advised to check their name, venue address and exam date for SSC JE 2020 Exam in order to avoid any hassle on the day of examination
• Admit Card for Tier-I cannot be used to give Tier-II Exam. Candidates clearing Tier-I Exam will be issued Admit Card for Tier-II Exam.
• Candidates found violating the underlined rules stated by SSC will be penalized. Their candidature as well will be cancelled for the exam.
• No relaxation will be given to candidates using unfair means in the examination
• Admit Card must be retained until end of the SSC JE 2020 Exam.
• Any request of change in Centre will not be entertained by SSC for SSC JE Tier-I 2020 Exam.
The Application Status for SSC JE 2019-20 exam has already been released by the Commission for all regions. All candidates can check their Application Status by clicking on the links mentioned below.
|Region Name||Application Status|
|Western Region||Check Here|
|North Western Region||Check Here|
|Madhya Pradesh Region||Check Here|
|Central Region||Check Here|
|Eastern Region||Check Here|
|North Region||Check Here|
|Southern Region||Check Here|
|North Eastern Region||Check Here|
|Kerala Karnataka Region||Check Here|
Q1. When will the SSC JE (Junior Engineer) 2019-20 Tier-I Exam be conducted?
SSC JE 2019-2020 Tier-I exam will be conducted from 27th October to 30th October 2020 while the Tier-II exam will be held on 21st March 2021.
Q2. When will SSC JE admit card for 2019-20 Paper-I be released?
The admit card for SSC JE Tier-I exam is available to download from 17th October, 2020.
Q3. How can I download the SSC JE Tier-I Admit Card?
All candidates can download SSC JE Tier-I admit card from the respective site of SSC.
Q4. What details are required to download the SSC JE admit card?
You need details such as Registered ID/Roll No, Name, Father's name, Mather's name, and date of birth to download the admit card from the official website.
Q5. I have forgot my password to download the admit card. What should I do?
You can re-generate your password by clicking on the Forgot Password link on the official website of the commission.
Q6. Will the SSC JE admit card be sent by post?
No, candidates have to download the admit card from the respective official regional website of SSC.
Q7. How can I Check the Application Status for SSC JE 2019-20 Exam?
The region-wise SSC JE application status links are mentioned above. All candidates can check application status by clicking on links related to candidates.
Q8. Is the SSC JE Paper-Iexam Bilingual?
Yes, The SSC JE Paper-I is bilingual, i.e. All subjects are available in both English and Hindi except the English Language.
Q9. The spelling of my name in the admit card is incorrect. What should I do?
You should contact the SSC authorities immediately to get the necessary rectification done.