APSC Syllabus of Screening test for posts of Engineering Colleges and Ploytechnics of Assam

APSC Syllabus of Screening test for posts of Engineering Colleges and Ploytechnics of Assam Assistant Professor in Engineering Colleges of assam Technical Non-Technical Civil Engineering Physics Mechanical Engineering Chemistry Electrical Engineering Mathematics Chemical Engineering English Instrumentation Engineering Humanities (Accountancy) Electronics…
APSC Syllabus of Screening test for posts of Engineering Colleges and Ploytechnics of Assam

Assistant Professor in Engineering Colleges of assam

Technical Non-Technical
Civil Engineering Physics
Mechanical Engineering Chemistry
Electrical Engineering Mathematics
Chemical Engineering English
Instrumentation Engineering Humanities (Accountancy)
Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
Computer Science & Engineering
Industrial & Production Engineering
Assistant Professor in MCA

Lecturer in Polytechnics of Assam

Technical Non-Technical
Civil Engineering Physics
Mechanical Engineering Chemistry
Electrical Engineering Mathematics
Chemical Engineering English
Bio-Medical Engineering Commerce
Instrumentation Engineering
Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
Printing Technology
Industrial & Production Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
Mechanical(Automobile) Engineering

Senior Instructor in Polytechnics of Assam

Civil Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Bio-Medical Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
Industrial & Production Engineering
Mechanical(Automobile) Engineering

Librarian in Engineering Colleges of Assam

Librarian in Polytechnics of Assam

 

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APSC Combined Competitive Examination Scheme and Syllabus

APSC Combined Competitive Examination Scheme and Syllabus The following Examinations are conducted by the APSC: Combined Competitive Examination Departmental Examinations APSC Combined Competitive Examination Scheme and Syllabus As per requisition of the Govt. of Assam for recruitment in various posts…
APSC Combined Competitive Examination Scheme and Syllabus

The following Examinations are conducted by the APSC:

  1. Combined Competitive Examination
  2. Departmental Examinations

APSC Combined Competitive Examination Scheme and Syllabus

As per requisition of the Govt. of Assam for recruitment in various posts to the Civil Services, advertisement is generally published through print media inviting applications in prescribed form. The written examination consists of two stages:

  1. The Preliminary
  2. The Main Examination

Preliminary Examination

The examination consists of two papers of two hours duration each. This examination is meant to serve as screening test only. The marks obtained in the preliminary examination by the candidates who are declared qualified for admission to Main examination are not counted for determining the final selection. The questions are of multiple choice objective types:

Paper Subject Marks Duration
Paper-I General Studies 200 2 hours
Paper-II One optional subject to be selected from the list of optional subjects 200 2 hours

List of optional subjects-C.C. Exam. (Pre)-(Total-28)

Sl. No Subject Sl. No Subject
1 Agriculture 15 Geography
2 Anthropology 16 Geology
3 Animal Husbandry & Vety Science 17 Indian History
4 Botany 18 Law
5 Chemical Engineering 19 Mathematics
6 Civil Engineering 20 Mechanical Engineering
7 Chemistry 21 Medical Science
8 Commerce 22 Philosophy
9 Computer Science 23 Physics
10 Economics 24 Political Science
11 Education 25 Psychology
12 Electrical Engineering 26 Sociology
13 Electronics 27 Statistics
14 Fisheries 28 Zoology

 

Main Examination and Interview

The Main Examination consists of a written Examination and a viva-voce test as below:
Candidates who are declared qualified in the Main Examination shall be summoned for a viva-voce test. The viva-voce test carries 200 marks with no qualifying marks.
The written examination consists of the following papers of 3 hours duration each. The questions of the Main Examination will be conventional essay type:

Paper Subject Marks Duration
Paper-I General English 300 3 hours
Paper-II General Studies 300 3 hours
Paper-III
(a & b)
Any two optional subjects to be selected from the list of optional subject (two papers each) 200 3 hours
200 3 hours
Paper-IV
(a & b)
Any two optional subjects to be selected from the list of optional subject (two papers each) 200 3 hours
200 3 hourss
Total   1400  

List of optional subjects-C.C. Exam.(Main)-(Total-29)

Sl. No Subject Sl. No Subject
1 Agriculture 15 Geography
2 Anthropology 16 Geology
3 Animal Husbandry & Vety Science 17 History
4 Botany 18 Law
5 Chemical Engineering 19 Mathematics
6 Civil Engineering 20 Mechanical Engineering
7 Chemistry 21 Medical Science
8 Commerce & Accountancy 22 Philosophy
9 Computer Science 23 Physics
10 Economics 24 Political Science
11 Education 25 Psychology
12 Electrical Engineering 26 Sociology
13 Electronics 27 Statistics
14 Fisheries 28 Zoology
29 Modern Languages and Literature & Classical Language (any one only)
A Assamese
B Bengali
C English
D Hindi
E Arabic
F Persian
G Sanskrit
H Bodo
Candidates are not allowed the following combinations of subjects
  1. Anthropology & Sociology
  2. Mathematics & Statistics
  3. Philosophy & Psychology
  4. Agriculture & Animal Husbandry & Vety. Science
  5. Of the Engineering subjects not more than one subject

The Commission has discretion to fix qualifying marks in any or all the subjects of the Examination.

Interview Test: Marks 200

The candidates are interviewed by a Board which takes into account their academic career. The marks scored in the interview are added to the marks scored in the written examination (Main) and the rankings of the candidates are determined on the basis of the total marks obtained.

Departmental Examinations

The APSC also has to conduct Departmental Examinations in every six month for different categories of Govt. officers including All India Service Officers serving under the Govt. of Assam. For this purpose, APSC advertises seeking applications from the intending candidates through all leading news papers of Assam.

Reservation

The percentage of reservations as prescribed by the Govt. of Assam are as follows:

Serial Category Percentage
1 S.C. 7%
2 STP 10%
3 STH 5%
4 OBC/MOBC 27%
5 Physically Handicapped 3% (subject to condition prescribed by the Govt.)
6 Women 30% (against reserved and unreserved categories)

 

 

 APPSC Collegiate Education Service Exam Scheme and Syllabus for Librarian

APPSC Collegiate Education Service Exam Scheme and Syllabus for Librarian SCHEME OF THE EXAMINATION WRITTEN EXAMINATION (Objective Type) Paper Subject No. Of Questions Duration Minutes Maximum Marks Paper - I General Studies & Mental Ability (Degree standard) 150 150 150 Paper…
APPSC Collegiate Education Service Exam Scheme and Syllabus for Librarian

SCHEME OF THE EXAMINATION

WRITTEN EXAMINATION (Objective Type)
Paper Subject No. Of Questions Duration Minutes Maximum Marks
Paper – I General Studies & Mental Ability (Degree standard) 150 150 150
Paper – II Library & Information Science (Master Degree standard) 150 150 300
Total 450
N.B.1: As per G.O.Ms. No.235 Finance (HR-1, Plg & Policy) Dept, Dt: 06/12/2016, for each wrong answer will be penalized with 1/3rd of the marks prescribed for the question in all Objective type papers.
SYLLABUS

PAPER-I: GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY

  1. Events of national and international
  2. Current affairs- international, national and
  3. General Science and it applications to the day to day life Contemporary developments in Science & Technology and information
  4. Social- economic and political history of modern India with emphasis on Andhra Pradesh.
  5. Indian polity and governance: constitutional issues, public policy, reforms and e-governance initiatives with specific reference to Andhra
  6. Economic development in India since independence with emphasis on Andhra
  7. Physical geography of Indian sub-continent and Andhra
  8. Disaster management: vulnerability profile, prevention and mitigation strategies, Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in the assessment of
  9. Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection
  10. Logical reasoning, analytical ability and data
  11. Data Analysis:
    1. Tabulation of data
    2. Visual representation of data
    3. Basic data analysis (Summary Statistics such as mean, median, mode, variance and coefficient of variation) and Interpretation
  12. Bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and its Administrative, Economic, Social, Cultural, Political, and Legal implications/problems.
PAPER – II

LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE INFORMATION, COMMUNICATON AND SOCIETY

Information. information science, Information Society, Knowledge. SocietyInformation transfer cycle- Information generation , collection, Storage and Dissemination Data, Information and Knowledge.Communication -Channels , Barriers.
Intellectual Property Rights-Concept , Copyright, Censorship-Print and non-Print media Information.
Technology Act, Right to Information Act National Information Policy in India National Knowledge Commission

FOUNDATIONS OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE

Five Laws of library Science.
Types of Libraries and their functions Role of UGC on Academic libraries.
A.PLibrary Movement and Library legislation in India with special reference to A P.P.L.A.1960 Library Extension Services.
Library and Information science education in India Library Association in India, UK And USA.
ILA, IASLIC, IATLIS, APLA SIS, LA and ALA.
Library association organizations and information centres at national and nternational level- RRRLF, NASSDOC,NISCAIR, DESIDOC, IFLA and UNESCO.

INFORMATION SOURCES

Source of information-Primary , secondary and tertiary-Documentary and non-documentary References Socures-Encyclopaedias, Dictionaries, Geographical Sources, Biographical Sources,Year Book/ Almanacs, Directories, and Hand books, Statistical (salient features and evaluation).
Bibliographical Sources-bibliographies, Union, Catalogue, indexing and Abstracting, Journal (salient features and evaluation).
E-Documents . e-Books E-Journals.
Database-Bibliography, Numeric and full text evaluation DBMS, CDS/ISIS, WINISIS.
Information Literacy.

INFORMATION SERVICES

information services : Types

Bibliographic services, Indexing and Abstracting services, CAS, SDI, Online Services, Document Delivery Services, referral services.
User Education and User Studies.
Information Seeking Behaviour and Information Needs.

INFORMATION PROCESSING : (Classification and Cataloguing )

Organization of knowledge/information Modes of formation of subjects.
Library classification-Canons laws and Principles.
Notational System, Fundamental categories, Call Number, isolates Library classification Schemes-DDC, UDC, and CC.
Library Cataloguing-Canons, laws and Principles Library cataloguing codes-CCC and AACR_II Bibliographic standards : ISBD, MARC and CCF Indexing ; Pre-Coordinate , Post-Coordinate.
Vocabulary control-: Thesaurus, lists of Subjects Headings Database-: Search Strategies, Boolean Operators Knowledge Management.

LIBRARY MANAGMENT

Management-Principles, Functions, Schools of Thought.
Planning , Organisational Structure ,Delegation of authority, Decision-making System study-Analysis, evaluation and design.
Collection Development-Books Serials, non-book, Material Selection Acquisition Maintenance, ISBN, ISSN.
Human resources Management-Manpower, planning, job analysis, Job description, selection, recruitment, Motivation, Training and development, Staff Manual , Leadership and performance evaluation.
Financial Management-resources generation, types of Budgeting, Cost and Cost-Benefit analysis PERT, CPM.
Library Buildings and equipments.
Marketing information product and services Total quality management (TQM).

FUNDAMENTALS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Information Technology:

Components of IT, Software and Hardware, storage devices.
Software – Operating Systems – Single User, Multi User. Types of Application Software Client — Server Technology: Different types of Servers.
Communication Technology: Telecommunications. Modem.
Switching Systems: Circular, Message and PSS. Gateways, Ethernet, Hub/Switches. Communication Media.
ISDN.

Electronic Information:

Electronic / Digital Information.
Digital Collection, Digital Rights Management. Digitization.
Software & hardware used for digitization. Image Formats (JPEG, GIF / BMP).
Management of e-resources. web 2.0

Communication Tools and Techniques:

Fax, E-mail, Tele Conferencing, Video Conferencing, Voice Mail. Hyper Text and Hyper Media. List Serve / Electronic groups.
Open Source and Proprietary Software.
Digital Standards – Standards, Protocols and Formats. Interoperability.
Internet Communication: Internet Communication. Features and Developments. Internet Connectivity: Types.
Data Security: Virus – Security Methods.

LIBRARY AUTOMATION AND NETWORKS

Library Automation -Areas of automation, planning, Hardware and Software selection , OPAC Networking -Concepts Topologies, Types-LAN, MAN, And WAN.
Resource Sharing and Networks-ERNET, NICNET, DELNET, OCLC, INFLIBNET : Library Consortia Internet-Components, Services Browsing-Web browser, Search Engine, Meta-Data, Digital Object Identifies (DOI).
National and international information system-NISSAT, INIS, AGRIS, MEDLARS, INSPEC Regional Information Systems.
Library Automation and Digital Library Softwares.

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Types of Research Scientific Method
Hypothesis , Data Collection methods : Sampling techniques
Methods of Research-Historical , Descriptive, Case Study, Survey, Comparative, delphi and experimental methods
Statistical Methods, Data Analysis Report Writing
Research Methods in library and Information Science and Services Bibliometrics, scientometrics and webometrics

 

 

 

APPSC Group 1 Service Exam Syllabus and Pattern

APPSC Group 1 Service Exam Syllabus and Pattern Prelims Examination. Mains Examination. APPSC Group 1 Prelims Exam Pattern Paper Subject Questions Duration Paper I General Studies 120 120 Mins Paper II General Aptitude 120 120Mins Total 240 4 Hrs Exam Type:…
APPSC Group 1 Service Exam Syllabus and Pattern
  1. Prelims Examination.
  2. Mains Examination.

APPSC Group 1 Prelims Exam Pattern

Paper Subject Questions Duration
Paper I General Studies 120 120 Mins
Paper II General Aptitude 120 120Mins
Total 240 4 Hrs
  • Exam Type: Objective Type MCQ’s
  • Each Paper carries 120 Marks each. I.e., Maximum marks for Prelims Exam is 240.

APPSC Group 1 Mains Exam Pattern

Section Subject Marks
Conventional Type English 150
Telugu
Descriptive Type Paper 1 – General Essay 150
Paper 2 –  History, Culture & Geography of India & A.P 150
Paper 3 – Political, Constitution, Governance, Law & Ethics 150
Paper 4 – Economy and Development of India & A.P 150
Paper 5 – Science and Technology. 150
Total 900
  • Section I is of Conventional Type Examination conducted in both Telugu and English.
  • Section II is of descriptive Type Examination. Aspirants will have questions both in English and Telugu Medium.
  • Each Paper carries 150 Marks and a time duration of 150 Mins.
  • Maximum Marks for Group 1 Mains Exam is 900 (Conventional Paper-150, Descriptive paper- 750).
APPSC Group 1 Prelims Syllabus  – Paper I&II

Group 1 Prelims Paper I – General Studies

  1. History & Culture
  2. Constitution, Polity, Social Justice & International Relations.
  3. Indian and Andhra Pradesh Economy and Planning.
    1. Basic charecteristics of Indian Economy
    2. National Income
    3. Indian Agriculture.
    4. Financial Institutions
    5. Characteristics/Basic futures of AP Economy.
  4. Geography
    1. General Geography
    2. Physical
    3. Social
    4. Economic

Group 1 Prelims Paper II – General Aptitude

  1. General Mental and Psychological Abilities
  2. Science and Technology
  3. Current Events of Regional, national and International Importance.
APPSC Group 1 Mains Syllabus

Group 1 Mains Syllabus for English

  1. Essay
  2. Letter Writing
  3. Press Release/Appeal
  4. Report Writing.
  5. Writing on Visual Information
  6. Formal Speech
  7. Previs Writing.
  8. Reading Comprehension
  9. English Grammar
  10. Translation.

APPSC Group 1 Mains Syllabus for Telugu Medium

  1. Essay
  2. Elaborate the though of Poetic or Verse
  3. Precise Writing
  4. Comprehension
  5. Formal Speech.
  6. To Prepare the statements for Publicity media.
  7. Letter writing
  8. Debate writing
  9. Application writing
  10. Report writing.
  11. Dialogue writing or dialogue skills
  12. Translation
  13. The grammar of Telugu.

Group 1 Mains Paper I – General Essay Syllabus

  1. Contents
    1. Current Affairs
    2. Socio – Political Issues, Economical issues, environmental issues.
    3. Cultural & Historical Aspects.
    4. Issues related to civic awareness
    5. Reflective topics.
  2. Area of Testing (Paper would test the following)
    1. Ability to compose a well-argued piece of writing.
    2. Ability to express coherently and sequentially.
    3. Awareness of the subject chosen.
  3. Evaluation/Marketing (Credit will be given to following)
    1. Observing established rules and format for essay writing.
    2. Grammatical correctness of expression.
    3. The originality of thought and expression.

Group 1 Mains Syllabus Paper-II

  1. History and Culture of India.
  2. History and Culture of Andhra Pradesh.
  3. Geography – India and Andhra Pradesh.

Group 1 Mains Syllabus Paper-III

  1. Indian Polity and Constitution.
  2. Public Administration and Governance.
  3. Ethics and Public Service and Knowledge of Law.

APPSC Group 1 Mains Paper-IV Syllabus

  1. Major Challenges of Indian Economy
  2. Resource Mobilization in Indian Economy.
  3. Resource Mobilization in AP.
  4. Government Budgeting.
  5. Govt Budgeting in AP.
  6. Inclusive Growth.
  7. Agriculture Development.
  8. Agriculture Development in AP.
  9. Industrial Development and Policy.
  10. Industrial Policy of AP Govt.
  11. Infrastructure in India.
  12. Infrastructure Development in Andhra Pradesh.

APPSC Group 1 Mains Paper-V Syllabus

  1. Integration of Science, Tech & Innovation for a better human life.
  2. Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
  3. Indian Space Programme (ISRO, DRDO).
  4. Indian’s energy Needs, Efficiency & Resources.
  5. Development Vs. Nature / Environment.
  6. Environmental pollution and Solid waste management.
  7. Nature, Scope, and Applications of Bio-Tech & Nano Tech in India.
  8. Human diseases-microbial infections.
  9. Issues related to Intellectual Property Rights in the field of Science and
    Tech.
  10. Promotion of Science in AP and India Etc.

 

 

TNPSC Group 2 Service Exam syllabus and Pattern

TNPSC Group 2 Service Exam syllabus and Pattern Selection Process: Written exam Interview TNPSC Group 2 Service Exam Pattern Subject Questions Marks Duration General Studies 75 150   3 Hours Aptitude and Mental Ability Test 25 General Tamil / General…
TNPSC Group 2 Service Exam syllabus and Pattern

Selection Process:

  • Written exam
  • Interview

TNPSC Group 2 Service Exam Pattern

Subject Questions Marks Duration
General Studies 75 150  

3 Hours

Aptitude and Mental Ability Test 25
General Tamil / General English 100 150
Total 200 300
  • The Exam is of Objective type, i.e. it consists of Multiple Choice Questions.
  • Duration of the exam is 3 Hours.
  • The TNPSC Tamil Group 2a exam consists of 200 questions from various subjects.
  • The exam will be conducted for a total of 300 Marks.
  • Various subjects include General Studies, Aptitude & Mental Ability Test, General Tamil /General English.

TNPSC Group 2 Service Exam syllabus

  • General Studies
  • Aptitude & Mental Ability
  • General Tamil/General English.

TNPSC Group 2 Syllabus for General Studies

  • General Science.
  • Physics.
  • Chemistry.
  • Botany.
  • Zoology.
  • Current Events.
  • History.
  • Political Science.
  • Science.
  • Geography.
  • History & Culture of India.
  • Indian Polity.
  • Geography.
  • Indian Economy.
  • Economics.
  • Indian National Movement.

TNPSC Group 2 Syllabus for Aptitude & Mental Ability

  • Coding & Decoding.
  • Data Tables.
  • Data Interpretation.
  • Analytical Interpretation.
  • Simplification.
  • Percentages.
  • GCF & LCM.
  • Ratios & Proportions.
  • Simple Interest.
  • Compound Interest.
  • Areas.
  • Volumes.
  • Time & Work.
  • Decision Making.
  • Problem Solving.
  • Logical Reasoning.
  • Puzzles.
  • Dice.
  • Visual Reasoning.
  • Alpha Numeric Series.
  • Number Series.
  • Logical Number.
  • Alphabetical Sequences.
  • Diagrammatic Sequences.

TNPSC Group 2 Syllabus for General English

  • Match the Following.
  • Synonyms.
  • Antonyms.
  • Prefix & Suffix.
  • Fill in the blanks.
  • Articles.
  • Prepositions.
  • Question tags.
  • Tenses.
  • Voice.
  • Infinitives.
  • Gerund.
  • Participle
  • Homophones
  • Error Detection
  • Comprehension
  • Correction of Sentences
  • Odd Words
  • Degrees of Comparison
  • Forming new words
  • Compound Words
  • Literature
  • Authors & Their Literary Works etc.

 

 

BPSC Assistant engineer service exam syllabus and selection Pattern

BPSC Assistant engineer service exam syllabus and selection Pattern The candidates will be selected based on performance in the following rounds.  Prelims Examination Mains Examination Interview BPSC Assistant Engineer (Civil) Exam Pattern  Subject Part Marks Nature Duration General English –…
BPSC Assistant engineer service exam syllabus and selection Pattern

The candidates will be selected based on performance in the following rounds. 

  1. Prelims Examination
  2. Mains Examination
  3. Interview

BPSC Assistant Engineer (Civil) Exam Pattern 

Subject Part Marks Nature Duration
General English 100 Objective 3 Hours
 Hindi 100
General Studies  – 100
General Engineering Science I 100 Objective 1 Hour
II 100 Subjective 2 Hours
Civil Engineering – 1 I 100 Objective 1 Hour
II 100 Subjective 2 Hours
Civil Engineering – 2 I 100 Objective 1 Hour
II 100 Subjective 2 Hours
Interview 100
Total Marks 1000

BPSC Assistant Engineer (Mechanical) Exam Pattern

Subject Part Marks Nature Duration
General English  – 100 Objective 3 Hours
 Hindi 100
General Studies 100
General Engineering Science I 100 Objective 1 Hour
II 100 Subjective 2 Hours
Mechanical Engineering – 1 I 100 Objective 1 Hour
II 100 Subjective  2 Hours
Mechanical Engineering – 2 I 100 Objective 1 Hour
II 100 Subjective 2 Hours
Interview 100
Total Marks 1000

BPSC Assistant engineer service exam syllabus 

General English / Hindi

  • Vocabulary.
  • Grammar.
  • Usage of Words.
  • Indirect and Direct Speech.
  • Parts of Speech.
  • Translation of Sentences.
  • Idioms and Phrases.
  • Precise Writing.
  • Cloze test.
  • Comprehension.
  • Fill in the blanks etc.

BPSC Assistant Engineer Service Exam Syllabus 

General Studies

  • Current Affairs – National & International.
  • Indian Geography.
  • Indian Polity.
  • History – India & World.
  • Indian Constitution.
  • Indian Economy.
  • Science & Technology.
  • Environmental Issues etc.

BPSC Assistant Engineer Service Exam Syllabus 

  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Mechanics of Solids
  • Methodology of Constructions
  • Engineering Economy & management
  • Transport Phenomenon
  • Energy Conversion
  • Engineering Materials
  • Survey
  • Electrical Measuring Instrument
  • Environment Engineering etc.

BPSC Assistant Engineer Service Exam Syllabus

Civil Engineering

Paper 1

  • Engineering Mechanics.
  • Surveying & Measurement.
  • Mechanics of Solids.
  • Engineering Economy & Management.
  • Engineering Materials & Constructions.
  • Energy Conversion.
  • Transport Phenomenon.
  • Elementary Engineering.
  • Environmental Engineering.

Paper 2

  • Structural Analysis.
  • The Design of Hydraulic Structure.
  • Soil Mechanics & Foundations.
  • Hydrology & Water Resources.
  • Structural Design.
  • Open Channel Flow.
  • Hydraulic Engineering.
  • Transportation Engineering.
  • Public Health Engineering.

Mechanical Engineering

Paper I

  • Thermodynamics.
  • I.C Engines.
  • Heat Transfer.
  • Turbines & Governing.
  • Compressors.
  • Gas turbine Cycle.
  • Steam Boilers.
  • Refrigeration.
  • Fluid Mechanics.
  • Air Conditioning.
  • Heat Exchangers.
  • Hydrodynamics Power Transmission.

Paper II

  • Theory of Machines.
  • Engineering Materials.
  • Machine Design.
  • The Strength of Materials.
  • Production Engineering.
  • Industrial Engineering.

 

 

UPSC engineering Service Exam Syllabus and Exam Pattern

UPSC engineering Service Exam Syllabus and Exam Pattern Candidates who applying for the Engineering Services Examination  for the Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics & Telecommunication streams will be selected through the following criteria : Selection Process: Preliminary Examination  (Objective Type Papers)…
UPSC engineering Service Exam Syllabus and Exam Pattern

Candidates who applying for the Engineering Services Examination  for the Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics & Telecommunication streams will be selected through the following criteria :

Selection Process:

  • Preliminary Examination  (Objective Type Papers)
  • Mains Examination ( Conventional Type papers)
  • Personality Test

UPSC Engineering Services Exam Pattern for Prelim

Paper Syllabus Duration Marks
I General Studies & Engineering Aptitude 2 Hrs 200
II Related Engineering Streams Questions 3 Hrs 300
Total  500
  • Questions: Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions.
  • Question Papers will be in Bilingual (Hindi & English) languages.
  • One-third of the Marks assigned to the Question is deduced as a penalty for wrong answers.
  • No-Negative for Un-attempted Questions.

UPSC Indian Engineering Services Exam Pattern for Mains

Paper Syllabus Duration Marks
I Related Engineering Streams Questions 3 Hrs 300
II Related Engineering Streams Questions 3 Hrs 300
Total 600
  • Question Papers will be Conventional Type.
  • The Question paper will be set in English only
  • Where Questions-related to your particular Stream is given.

UPSC ESE/IES exam Personality Test Pattern

UPSC ESE Stage-III (Personality Test) is conducted for 200 marks. Where candidates have to write answers by there own hands.

UPSC ESE Syllabus for General Studies:

  • Geography – India.
  • Indian Constitution.
  • Economic Scene.
  • History – India.
  • Culture & Heritage.
  • Sports.
  • General Polity.
  • Scientific Research.
  • Current Events – International & National etc.

General English:

  • Fill in the Blanks.
  • Sentence Improvement.
  • Synonyms.
  • Restructuring Passage.
  • Antonyms.
  • Comprehension.
  • Spotting Errors.
  • Selecting Words etc.

UPSC Engineering Services Syllabus for Mechanical Engineering

Paper-I:

  • Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
  • Fluid Machinery and Steam Generators.
  • Fluid Mechanics.
  • IC Engines, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning.
  • Turbo Machinery.
  • Power Plant Engineering.
  • Renewable sources of energy.

Paper-II:

  • Engineering Mechanics.
  • Mechanisms and Machines
  • Engineering Materials
  • Design of Machine Elements
  • Manufacturing Industrial and Maintenance Engineering
  • Mechatronics and Robotics.

UPSC IES Syllabus for Civil Engineering

Paper-I:

  • Building Materials.
  • Structural Analysis.
  • Solid Mechanics.
  • The design of Concrete and Masonry Structures.
  • Design of Steel Structures.
  • Construction Practice, Planning, and Management.

Paper-II:

  • Fluid Mechanics, Open Channel, Flow, Pipe Flow.
  • Hydrology.
  • Hydraulic Machines and Hydropower.
  • Environmental Engineering:
  • Water Resources Engineering.
  • Waste Water Engineering.
  • Water Supply Engineering.
  • Air and Noise Pollution and Ecology.
  • Solid Waste Management.
  • Foundation Engineering.
  • Surveying.
  • Soil Mechanics.
  • Transportation Engineering.

UPSC ESE Syllabus for Electronics & Telecommunication

Paper-I:

  • Basic Electronics Engineering
  • Basic Electrical Engineering
  • Materials Science
  • Analog and Digital Circuits.
  • Network Theory.
  • Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation.

Paper-II:

  • Analog and Digital Communication Systems
  • Control Systems.
  • Computer Organization and Architecture.
  • Electro Magnetics.
  • Advanced Electronics Topics.
  • Advanced Communication Topics.

UPSC IES Electrical Engineering Syllabus

Paper-I:

  • Engineering Mathematics
  • Electrical Circuits and Fields
  • Electrical Materials.
  • Computer Fundamentals
  • Electrical and Electronic Measurements
  • Basic Electronics Engineering

Paper-II:

  • Analog and Digital Electronic Circuits.
  • Control Systems.
  • Systems and Signal Processing
  • Electrical Machines
  • Power Electronics and Drives

 

 

UPSC  IES Exam and ISS Exam Syllabus and Exam pattern

UPSC  IES Exam and ISS Exam Syllabus and Exam pattern Candidates applying for the UPSC Indian Economic Service (IES) and Indian Statistical Service (ISS) Recruitment exam will be selected based on the following criteria : Selection Process: Written Examination Viva…
UPSC  IES Exam and ISS Exam Syllabus and Exam pattern

Candidates applying for the UPSC Indian Economic Service (IES) and Indian Statistical Service (ISS) Recruitment exam will be selected based on the following criteria :

Selection Process:

  • Written Examination
  • Viva Voce

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) IES Exam Pattern 

Subject Marks Duration
General English 100 3 Hours
General Studies 100 3 Hours
 General Economics-I 200 3 Hours
General Economics-II 200 3 Hours
General Economics-III 200 3 Hours
 Indian Economics 200 3 Hours
Total 1000

UPSC Indian Statistical Service (ISS) Exam Pattern 

Subjects Max. Marks Exam Duration
General English 100 3 Hours
General Studies 100 3 Hours
 Statistics-I (Objective) 200 2 Hours
 Statistics-II (Objective) 200 2 Hours
 Statistics-III (Descriptive) 200 3 Hours
 Statistics-IV (Descriptive) 200 3 Hours
Total 1000
  • General English and General Studies that is common for both IES & ISS will be of Subjective in nature.
  • Statistics I & II will be of Objective Type Questions i.e. 80 questions with maximum marks of 200 in each paper to be completed in 2 Hours.
  • All other papers of Indian Economic Service will be of Subjective in Nature.
  • The Viva Voce Examination for both IES & ISS will consist of 200 Marks.

UPSC Indian Economic Service Exam Syllabus 

General Economics I

  • Theory of Consumer’s Demand.
  • Theory of Production.
  • Welfare Economics.
  • Theory of Value.
  • Theory of Distribution.
  • Quantitative Methods in Economics.

General Economics II

  • Economic Thought.
  • The Concept of National Income and Social Accounting.
  • Theory of Employment, Money & Finance.
  • Financial and Capital Market.
  • Economic growth and development.
  • International Economics.
  • Balance of Payments.
  • Global Institutions.

General Economics III

  • Public Finance.
  • Environmental Economics.
  • Industrial Economics.
  • State, market, and planning.

Indian Economics

  • History of development & Planning.
  • Federal Finance.
  • Budgeting.
  • Poverty, unemployment, and Human Development.
  • Agriculture.
  • The strategy of Industrial development.
  • Labour.
  • Foreign Trade
  • Money and Banking.
  • Inflation.

UPSC Indian Statistical Service Exam Syllabus 

General Studies

  • Current Events -National & International.
  • Indian Geography.
  • Polity & Governance.
  • Indian History.
  • Indian Polity.
  • Environmental Studies.
  • Indian Constitution.
  • Science & Technology etc.

General English

  • Current Events- National & International.
  • Precise Writing.
  • Politics & governance.
  • Indian History.
  • Indian Politics.
  • Environmental Studies.
  • Letter Writing etc.

Statistics-I

  • Probability
  • Statistical Methods.
  • Numerical Analysis.
  • Computer Application.
  • Data Processing etc.

Syllabus of Statistics-II

  • Linear Models.
  • Statistical Inference.
  • Hypothesis Testing.
  • Official Statistics.
  • Sector Wise Statistics.
  • Population Census.
  • Socio-Economic Indicators etc.

Statistics-III

  • Sampling Techniques.
  • Estimation of Population.
  • Econometrics.
  • Applied Statistics.
  • Time Series Analysis.
  • Fourier Transform etc.

Statistics-IV

  • Operations Research and Reliability.
  • Branch and Bound Method.
  • PERT and CPM.
  • Exponential Distributions.
  • Demography and Vital Statistics.
  • Survival Analysis and Clinical Trial.
  • Data Management.
  • Quality Control.
  • Multivariate Analysis.
  • Design and Analysis of Experiments.
  • Computing with C and R etc.