ESIC Junior Engineer Result 2017 JE Civil, Electrical Cut Off

By | March 22, 2017

ESIC Junior Engineer Result 2017

Employees’ State Insurance Corporation has recently conducted the Junior Engineer written test and now they are planning to declare ESIC Junior Engineer Result 2017 through its official website. For the applicants use, here we also update the direct link of downloading ESIC JE Civil, Electrical Cut Off Marks 2017.

Candidates by using the direct link can download the ESIC Junior Engineer Result 2017 and check their exam performance. Those applicants who qualify the examination are only eligible for attending the Interview. Yet now the date of declaration ESIC JE Civil Result is not disclosed.

Employees’ State Insurance Corporation had invited the Application Form through online mode. Those Job Seekers who have filled their applications and taken part in the examination have successfully given the Exam and now looking for their examination outcome which is most likely to be available soon.

Exam Conduct by Employees’ State Insurance Corporation

Name of Exam: Junior Engineer

Exam Date: 09-04-2017

Status: Within Upcoming D

ESIC JE Civil, Electrical Cut Off Marks 2017

The Written Exam for the Junior Engineer under Civil & Electrical Streams has successfully conducted by the Employees’ State Insurance Corporation. This exam is being held for the 154 seats of Junior Engineer (Civil & Electrical) in which many technical Aspirants appeared.

This time, there will be tough competition because the numbers of appeared candidates are twice more than the vacant vacancies. Candidates can check the Answer Sheet which will be available before the Result declaration and it provide the rough idea towards the examination.

As soon as the Cut off Marks will available we positively update here for the candidates use. So, applicants please keep connect with us through this page and check time to time update regarding Result. As we all know what the uses of Cut off Mark for candidates. That’s why here we update the Expected Cut off marks which indicate the maximum marks obtained in the test.

Expected Cut Off Marks

  1. Unreserved candidate (Gen): 40% marks
  2. Reserved category candidates (SC/ST): 33% marks
  3. OBC – 38% marks

Procedure to Download ESIC Junior Engineer Result 2017

  • First of all, aspirants visit the official website at
  • In the home page select the link JE Civil, Electrical Exam and then click on it.
  • On the next page enter all the required details such as roll number, password etc and then click on the submit button.
  • Within few second, the scorecard will appear on the screen.
  • Check out all the information as it has appeared on the scorecard sheet.
  • After checking the scorecard, those applicants who qualify can download it.
  • At last, take out the print of the same for the future use.

Note: The ESIC JE Merit List will be available only for those aspirants who qualify the written test and shortlisted for the Interview. The dates of the Interview will display afterward by the department. Candidates can keep connecting with us on this page.

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6 thoughts on “ESIC Junior Engineer Result 2017 JE Civil, Electrical Cut Off


    What is expected cut off marks for jr engg Electrical in OBC Category in ESIC written Exam which is held on 6th of March 2016


    I have expected 130 Marks in Jr.Engg.Electrical inESIC Exam held on 6th March 2016 Plz also Tell Expected Cut Off Marks For Jr Engg Electrical in OBC Category.Is There is Chance Of My Selection in ESIC.Plz Reply Me

    1. Manas Jana

      Hi.Do u have match according to your answer key??if done so, then what is your calculated score??Answer key already given on esic website. Don’t expect that you will score 130 marks cz there is negative also..the expected cut off will be around 45-50%.

  3. rahul

    Whom so ever this site belongs must be some kind a joke..exam date is wrong and that is the easiest info available.

  4. harini

    Sir pls send me the exam result held on 6/3/2016 for je in civil.


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