SSC JE result 2023 declared (Paper-I)

How to Check SSC JE Result 2023?

After giving the written Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Junior Engineer Examination 2023, all the applicants are eagerly waiting to check their report cards as soon as possible. They can check their report cards online by visiting the official web portal.

The step-by-step guide to checking the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Junior Engineer (JE) Result 2023 is as follows:

  • First, open the official Staff Selection Commission web portal, i.e. on Google Chrome on any of your available devices.
  • Then, on the top corner on the right side of the homepage, click on the option named ‘Results’.
  • After that, on the top bar of the page, press on the ‘JE’ option.
  • Then, search and find a link named ‘SSC JE Result 2023’ and click on it.
  • Next, you will be asked to enter your User ID with a Password for verification purposes.
  • After successfully submitting your login details, you will see your SSC Junior Engineer (JE) report card on your screen.
  • For future reference, the applicants should always have a hard copy of their reports with them.
  • Lastly, to save the report card, you need to click on the Download button.


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Staff Selection Commission conducted Junior Engineer (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical
and Quantity Surveying & Contracts) Examination, 2022 (Paper-I) in the Computer Based
Mode from 14.11.2022 to 16.11.2022 at various centres all over the country.
2. As Paper-I (Computer Based Examination) of the said Examination was conducted in
multiple shifts, marks scored by candidates have been normalized as per the formula
published by the Commission on its website on 07.02.2019. As per the provisions under Para
14.7 of the Notice of the Examination, normalised marks of the candidates have been used for
processing the result to qualify the candidates for the next stage of Examination (i.e. Paper-II).
3. In terms of Para-19.1 of Notice of the Examination, minimum qualifying marks in Paper-I
have been fixed as 30% (i.e. 60 marks) for UR, 25% (i.e. 50 marks) for OBC/EWS and 20%
(i.e. 40 marks) for all other categories.
4. Keeping the above in view, category-wise cut-off details and number of candidates
qualifying to appear in Paper-II (Descriptive) of the Examination are as follows:


Junior Engineer (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Quantity Surveying &
Contracts) Examination, 2022– Declaration of result of Paper-I for shortlisting of
candidates for appearing in Paper-II (Descriptive Paper).

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