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CG Vyapam Exam Syllabus 2015

Organization Name : Chhattisgarh Professional Examination Board (CG Vyapam)

Website : www.cgvyapam.choice.gov.in

No of Posts : 280 Posts

Name of the Post : Sub Engineer and Rural Horticulture Extension Officer Posts

Chhattisgarh Professional Examination Board also named as CG Vyapam will conduct a Written examination for recruitment to the posts of Sub Engineer (Civil) and Sub-Engineer (Electrical/Mechanical) in PWD and NRDA. Those applied candidates who are ignoramus about the scheme/pattern and syllabi of this written exam and worry about their preparations. They may get the latest prescribed exam pattern and syllabus for the exam of SEN15 from here.

CG Vyapam Exam Syllabus Exam Pattern 2015

Exam Pattern : Scheme of Exam for Sub-Engineer Exam 2015 is as Follows :-

► Written Exam will be Multiple Choice Objective Type.

► The time duration will be 03:00 hours (180 minutes)

►There will be a paper containing 150 questions of 150 marks.

► There will also be negative marking of ¼ mark for every wrong answer.

Exam Syllabus : Syllabus for SE (Civil, Electrical/ Mechanical) written Exam is given below :-

SEN15 Sub Engineer (Civil)

(1)SURVEYING:- Introduction, chain surveying, compass surveying, leveling & contouring, plane table surveying, leveling, thedolite survey, tachometric survey, trigonometrical survey, minor instruments, setting out curves, modern methods of surveying.

(2)MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY:– Introduction, stone and aggregate, clay products, binding materials, timber, flooring material, roofing material, steel and aluminum products, plastics, miscellaneous, market survey.

(3)CIVIL ENGINEERING DRAWING:- Introduction, building bye laws, principles of planning, details of building & drawing, doors & windows, stair cases, pitched roofs including roof trusses, box & pipe culverts, modification of existing building.

(4)BUILDING CONSTRUCTION:- Introduction, foundation, masonry, concreting, door and windows, stairs, roof trusses, floors, finishing, site clearance & scaffolding, machinery & equipment, safety & environmental   aspects, precast construction.

(5)PUBLIC HEALTH ENGINEER:– Introduction, quantity of water, sources of water, quality of water, pumps, pipe and pipe special, intake, water treatment process, distribution system, system of sanitation and sewerage, sewer laying, waste water collection system, quantity of sewage, characteristics of sewage, sewage treatment processes, house water supply and sanitation, rural sanitation.

(6)MECHANICS OF STRUCTURE:– Introduction, simple stress and strain, compound stress and strains, bending moment and shear force, stresses in beams due to bending, stresses in beams due to shear, slope and deflection of beams, fixed beams column.

(7)CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY:- Introduction, type of cement, testing of cement, aggregates and their testing, fresh concrete, strength of concrete, concrete mix design.

(8)HIGHWAY ENGINEERING:– Introduction, investigation & planning of new roads, road geometric, pavement design, materials and construction, drainage of roads, traffic engineering, arboriculture, road maintenance.

(9)QUANTITY SURVEYING & COSTING:– Introduction, stage-ior approximate estimate, taking out quantities, use of schedule of rates, analysis of rates, detailed estimate of building, earthwork estimate, estimate of timber structure, estimate of R.C.C. structure, estimate of steel structure, estimate of culverts and bridge, estimate of water supply and sanitary fitting, valuation.

(10) STRUCTURAL DESIGN & DRAFTING:– Introduction, introduction of ISM, limit state of collapse ‘flexure’, limit state of collapse ‘shear’, development length and anchorage length, limit state of service ability, is provision for design consideration, design of slabs, design of beams, design of staircase, columns, columns footings, introduction of working stress methods, introduction of pre stress methods of design, introduction, riveted and welded joint, beams, tension member, compression  member, column bases and column footing, roof truss, analysis of continuous beams.

(11) COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING & PROGRAMMING :- Introduction, auto-cad features, application of Auto CAD, advance 3d drafting, idea of walk through, introduction of auto lisp, interaction with drawing editor and decision making, working with geometry and text, working with changing properties of objects, debugging programmes.

(12)CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT:- Introduction, work by contract agency, work by department (a) general, work by department (b) measurement & pavement, cash bill, auction & T.A. rule, labor welfare and laws, time schedule for works, construction management and equipments.

(13)RAILWAYS & BRIDGE RAILWAYS:- Introduction, permanent way, railway track, railway fixtures and fastenings, geometrics, points and crossing, layout of station and yards, signaling and interlocking, modern development in railways bridge-introduction, site investigation and hydraulics, substructure and super structure of bridges, construction and maintenance of bridges, visits and report.

(14)SOIL MECHANICS:- Introduction, weight and volume relationship, classification of soil, permeability, shear strength and bearing capacity, compaction, earth pressure, soil stabilization, soil investigation.

SEN15 Sub-Engineer (Electrical/Mechanical)

(A) Common Question for All 100 Marks

(1)Applied Physics :- 

(a) Measurement of vectors. (Fundamental units, derived units, unit system, S.I.Units) force, motion and gravitation, classification of motion (characteristics of different type of motion. Newton’s law of motion, speed, velocity, Acceleration, equation for motion and friction, circular and rotary motion.

(b) High temperature measurement, kinetic theory of gases.

(c)Thermo Dynamics, 1stlaw of thermodynamic, Isothermic adiabatic charges and latent heat

(2) Applied Chemistry

(a) Metal and metallurgy its alloy corrosion and protection (i)Occurrence, extraction, properties and engineering uses of metal with it’s alloy.(ii)Corrosion, Cause of  corrosion and its control.

(b) Fuel Explosive, classification and application.

(c) Water treatment.

(d) pollution-meaning, Causes of pollution, effect and Prevention.

(3) Applied Mechanics

(a) Work, power and Energy.Definition, form of energy, Conservation of power energy,  power of engine and pumps, relation between heat and Mech. works.

(b) Simple lifting machines Law of Machine, study of machine, wheel axle,  pulley, jacks worm and worm wheel.

(c) Transmission of power.Transmission of power through belt, rope and gear,gear train, spur helical, bevel gears.

(4) Strength of Material

(i) Simple stress & strain.Introduction, type of stress and strain etc.

(ii) Mechanical properties & testing of materials,Definition, necessity of testing, type of test etc.

(1) Thermal Engineering

(i) Basic concept of thermo dynamics 1stand IInd law  of thermo dynamics.

(ii) Internal combustion engines (Introduction,function of two strokes, four strokes, efficiency, Mech. Efficiency, Lubrication of I.C. Engine.)

(iii) Air compressor, classification and its application.

(iv) Heat Transfer-Modes of Heat Transfer and its application.

(2) Basic electrical Engineering:- D.C. circuit-Ohm’s law, Resistance and Resistivity, Kirchhoff’s law, Series and Parallel Combination of Resistance.

(3) Electromagnetism:-  EMF due to electric current in conductor,Magnetic field due to a coil, magnetic field due to solenoid, force on a current carrying conductor, Fleming left hand rule. Electromagnetic Induction, farada’s laws of electro-Magnetic induction, Fleming right hand rule, self induction, mutual induction,Alternating voltage and current, three phase circuit.

(4)Transformer:- Principle of operation  of Transformer,Transformer  Ratio,  Transformer  on  load,  effect of  core  losses,  effect of magnetization, eddy current loss, Hysteresis loss, efficiency of Transformer, D.C. machine, motor and three phase induction motor principle of working of induction motor, Starting of induction motor.

(5) Theory of Machines:- Introduction of theory of machine, velocity, acceleration  and  friction, fly wheel, and crank efforts, power transmission gears and gear train, Governor Cam and followers etc. Lathe, Boring, Milling, Machines, Grinding & finishing process, jigs & Fixtures, machine tool set.

(6) Fluid mechanic and Hydraulics

(i) Fundamental of Fluid flow and Pressure and its measurements. Basic equations of fluid flow.

(ii) Pumps–Types of pumps and selection of Pumps.

(B) Electrical 50  Marks

(1) Introduction to A.C. Machines

*Overview of AC Machines

*Difference between A.C. & D.C. machines.

(2)Basic Feature of A.C. Machines.

*Parts of A.C. Machine & their functions
*Materials  for the various parts

*Stator &  rotor windings

(3)Alternators

*Types of alternators
*Principle & EMF equation
*Winding factors & its effect on induced EMF.
*Effect of speed & excitation on induced EMF.
*Different excitation systems
*Excitation system used in modern alternators
*Concept of leakage, armature &synchronous  reactance
*Principle of working of brushless alternators
*Applications

(4)A.C. Motors.

*Types of A.C. motors
*Stator &  rotor parts, function, windings
*Concept of rotating magnetic fields
*Stator & rotor current equations
*Effect of frequency on slip
*Torque equations
*Condition for maximum torque
*Circle diagram
*Necessity of induction motor starters and different types
*Different types of induction motors

(5)HVDC/HVAC  System

*Merits  & Demerits
*Types of DC links
*Controlled Rectification  & Filters
*Reactive Power requirements
*Controlled characteristics

(6)Inverters

*Need of inverter
*inverter circuits using SCR in series and parallel mode
*Circuit diagram of emergency  tube light

(7)Converters

*Need of converter, Types of converter (DC  to DC  and  AC to  AC)
*Block diagram of chopper
*Circuit diagrams of chopper using switching transistor and SCRs
*Need of Commutation, methods
*Single phases and three phase cycloconverter

(8)Regulated Power Supply

*Need of regulation
*Zener regulated DC power supply and its limitations
*Working of shunt and series regulated power supply using transistor
*IC regulated power supplies (Circuit diagram)
*Blockdiagrams of (SMPS)  switch mode power supply
*AC  stabilizer using tap changer
*Block diagram of servo stabilizer

(9)Speed Control of Motors

*Advantages of speed control
*Separately excited  DC motor single and three phases controlled rectifiers
*Methods of speed regulation, fields failure protection armature current limier(Block diagrams)
*Dual rectifier for reversal of rotation
*Speed control by chopper  (block diagram)
*Circuit diagrams of speed control of single phase and three phase induction motor cycloconverter (Slip ring)

(C) Mechanical 50  Marks

(1) Introduction

(2) Air Refrigeration Cycles

(3) Vapour Compression Cycle

(4) Vapour  Absorption System

(5) Refrigerant

(6) Vapour Compression System Components

(7) Air Conditioning& Psychometric Processes

(8) Cooling  Load Calculation

(9) Air Distribution Systems

(10) Air Conditioning Systems

(11) Fundamentals of Estimating

(12) Estimation of Material Cost

(13) Introduction  (Vehicle Layouts and Types)

(14) Automobile Engines  (Power Plant)

(15) Fuel Systems for Petrol Engine

(16) Fuel System for Diesel Engine

(17) Auto-Electric System

(18) Transmission  & Propeller Shaft

(19) Final Drive & Rear Axle

(20) Steering  & Front Axle

(21) Brakes

(22)Suspension Systems

(23) Wheels and Tyres

(24) Automobiles Emissions and its Control

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