MAHATRANSCO Exam Pattern & Syllabus For 2017 According to 2011 Exam


Sr
No.
Section
Number
of Questions
Marks
Time
1
Test
of Professional Knowledge
50
110
Composite time of 2 hours for all the sections together
2
General Aptitude, Logical / Analytical Reasoning, Problem
Solving, etc.
80
40
Total
130
150
·   Aptitude test will contain multiple choice
objective questions on General Aptitude, Logical / Analytical Reasoning,
Problem solving, etc.
·   Professional Knowledge Test will be based on the
respective subject specialization; such as Civil Engineering, Electrical
Engineering, etc. The Professional knowledge test questions will also be  of multiple choice objective questions. They
will be based on the educational qualification and experience notified in the
advertisement and will also have a special emphasis on the specific requirement
of the Electricity Transmission Company. The syllabus for various posts is as
given below:

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BROAD OUTLINE OF PROFESSIONAL
KNOWLEDGE TEST SYLLABUS FOR THE POST OF EXECUTIVE ENGINEER (TRANS) & DY.
EXECUTIVE ENGINEER (TRANS) ADVERTISED VIDE ADVT. NO. 3/2011
(A)  EHV Transmission Lines:

1)  Survey,
profiles, clearances, tower spotting, sag-tension, normal towers extensions,
special towers, PTCC, Railway, Aviation, Forest & other statutory approval. 

2)    Forces
on towers, design criteria, F.O.S. 
3)  Choice
of Conductor size & configuration, resistance, reactance, capacitance of
lines & their impact on design
& performance of lines. 
4)  Conductor
/ Earthwire hardware & accessories, Insulators, string efficiency, Tower Accessories.

5)  Earthing
–types, criteria, Groundwire.
6)  Foundations
of towers, stub-setting, Erection of towers,
stringing.

7)  Operation
& Maintenance of lines (live line & dead line) monitoring performance
parameters, trouble shooting, patrolling.

8)  Testing,
commissioning of lines.

9)  Plans/targets
of MAHATRANSCO, Power status of the state & the country. 

10)  Protective
relaying systems.

(B)  EHV Sub-Stations:

1)  Choice of
Voltage, requirement of land, acquisition process.

2)  Fault
level, choice of rating of equipments &
Busbars.
3)  Earthing
System – design & construction, illumination.
4)  Control
& relaying systems, control & power
cabling.

5)  Various
Bus-bar types & their choice, layouts.
6)  Ratings of
Circuit breaker, CTs, PTs, CVTs, Las, etc.

7)  Erection, commissioning, testing of power
transformers, drying out transformer oil, fire
fighting.

8)  Condition
monitoring of equipment

9)  Management
of EHV Projects. 
10)  O&M
of EHV Sub-Stations. 
11)  PLCC,
Battery, Battery charging, auxiliary supply. 
12)  ABT
metering, load dispatch, open access & other matters relating to
transmission provided for Electricity Act-2003.

(C) STU:

1)  Power
System analysis studies.

2)  Commercial
mechanism of grid operation.
3)  regulatory
requirements and commitments.

Note: The
question will be mainly on some or all of the broad areas given in the syllabus
but it is not exhaustive. There may be some questions on other relevant areas
also.

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BROAD OUTLINE OF
PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE TEST SYLLABUS FOR THE POST OF DY. EXECUTIVE ENGINEER
(CIVIL) ADVERTISED VIDE ADVT. NO. 3/2011
(A)  EHV Transmission Lines:

1)  Survey,
profiles, clearances, tower spotting, PTCC, Railway, Aviation, Forest &
other statutory approvals.

2)  Forces
on towers.
3)  Foundations
of towers, stub setting.

(B)  EHV Sub-stations:

1)  Land
Acquisition- Procedures, Rules, Regulations & Acts, Land requirement.


2)  Soil
Mechanics: Soil properties, soil investigation required for substation.

3)  Concrete
Technology – Concrete mix design. Material Cement / Stand / Metal / Reinforcement.

4)  Reinforcement
detailing – Reading of drawings, Bar bending Schedule etc.

5)  Construction
Technology – Material consumption for different items, estimate preparation,
Rate analysis, Specifications & mode of measurements. Rehabilitation of old
structures, Repairs/water proofing etc. Bonds of brick masonry, stone masonry etc. 
6)  Theory
of Structures – Elementary knowledge Shear force/ Bending movement, Forces on
structures like portal retaining wall, water
tanks. 
7)  Preliminary
knowledge of water supply and Sanitary Engineering.

Note: The
question will be mainly on some or all of the broad areas given in the  syllabus
but it is not exhaustive. There may be some questions on other relevant areas
also.

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