Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation(LMRC)-Junior Engineer (JE)-2018 Selection Process,Exam Pattern And Syllabus
LMRC JE Selection Process
For the post of JE the selection methodology will comprise Two-stage process – Written Test followed by Medical examinations in Aye-three(A3) category.
LMRC JE Exam Pattern
Mode Of Written Exam-Online Computer Based Test (CBT)
Type Of Written Exam-Objective
Total No of Paper- Only One Paper
Total No of Questions And Marks-140
1.General English-10 Questions
2.General Awareness-15 Questions
3.Logical Ability-10 Questions
4.Quantitative Aptitude-15 Questions
5.Knowledge of the discipline/trade(Electrical/S&T/Civil)- 90 Questions
Note-Knowledge of the discipline/trade questions for Electrical or S&T or Civil will be different.
Total marks- 140 Marks (Questions of 1 mark each.)
Language Of Written Exam-Exam will be bilingual i.e. English and Hindi.
Total Time-120 Minutes.
Negative Marking-For every incorrect answer, one-third (1/3) mark will be deducted.
LMRC JE Syllabus
|(4)||Profit & Loss|
|(5)||Ratio & Proportion|
|(6)||Time & Work|
|(7)||Time & Distance|
|(8)||Simple & Compound Interest|
|(9)||Area & Volume|
|(6)||Direction Sense Test|
|(8)||Logical Venn Diagram|
|(10)||Cubes & Dices|
3.General Knowledge & Current Affairs
|(1)||Geography of India|
|(2)||History of India|
|(1)||Persons in News|
|(3)||Games & Events|
|(4)||Awards & Honours|
|(5)||Books & Authors|
|(6)||Science & Technology|
|(7)||Defence & Security|
|(1)||Active & Passive Voice|
|(2)||Direct & Indirect Speech|
|(7)||Idioms & Phrases|
|(8)||One Word Substitution|
Discipline Syllabus-Electrical Engineering (Official 2015-16)
Basic Electrical Engg. And Electt. Measurements:
Concepts of currents, Voltage, Resistance, Power and energy, their units, Ohm’s law. Circuit Law: Kirchhoff’s law
Solution of simple network problems, Network theorems and their applications, Electro-magnetism concept of flux, Emf,Reluctance, Magnetic circuits, Electro-magnetic induction, Self and mutual inductance.,A.C. fundamentals Instantaneous, Peak, R.m.s. And average values of alternating waves, Equation of sinusoidal wave form, Simple series and parallel a.c. Circuits consisting of R.L. and C. Resonance, Measurement and measuring instruments Moving coil and moving iron ammeters and voltmeters, Extension of range, Watt meters, Multimeters, Megger, Basic Electronics.
Basic principles D, C motors of generators, their characteristics, Speed control and starting of D.C. motors, Losses and efficiency of D.C. machines.
1-phase and 3-phase Transformers:
Principles of Operation, Equivalent Circuit, Voltage Regulation O.C. And S.C. Tests, Efficiency, Auto Transformers,Synchronous Machines, Generation Of Three Phase Emf, Armature Reaction, Voltage Regulation, Parallel Operation Of Two Alternators, Synchronizing, Staring And Applications Of Synchronous Motors, 3-Phase Induction Motor, Rotating Magnetic Field, Principle Of Operation, Equivalent Circuit, Torque Speed Characteristics, Starting And Speed Control Of 3-Phase Induction Motors, Fractional Kw Motors, 1-Phase Induction Motors A.C. Series Motor, Reluctance Motor.
General, Transmission and Distribution:
Different types of power stations, Load factor, Diversity factor, Demand factor, Simple problems thereon, Cost of generation inter connection of power stations, Power factor improvement, Various types of tariffs, Types of faults Short circuit current for symmetrical faults, Switchgears-rating of circuit breakers: Principles of a are extinction by oil and air, H.R.C. fuses, Protection earthier leakage, Over current Buchhotgz relayMerz-Prince system of protection of generators & transformers, Protection of feeders and bus bars., Lightning arresters, Various transmission and distribution systems, Comparison of conductor materials. Efficiency for different systems.
Utilization of Electrical Energy:
Illumination, Electric heating, Electric welding, Electroplating, Electric drivers and motors.
Discipline Syllabus-S&T (Electronics) Engineering (Official 2015-16)
BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Basic concepts and principles of D.C and A.C fundamental, A C circuits, batteries, electromagnetic induction etc. including constant voltage and current sources.
Fundamental concepts of basic electronics and basic understanding of conductors, semiconductors and insulators,
extrinsic and intrinsic semi-conductors, p-n junction, need of rectifiers in electronics, understanding of filters in rectifiers, tunnel diodes, LEDs, varactor diodes, LCD; working of transistors in various configurations; Concept of FETs and MOSFET etc.
Basic elements of control system, open loop control system, closed loop control system, control system terminology, manually controlled closed loop systems, automatic controlled closed loop systems, basic elements of a servo mechanism, Examples of automatic control systems, use of equivalent systems for system analysis, linear
systems, non-linear systems, control system examples from chemical systems, mechanical systems, electrical systems, introduction to Laplace transform.
Transfer function analysis of ac and dc servomotors synchros, stepper motor, amply dyne. ac position control
system, magnetic amplifier.
Control system representation: Transfer function, block diagram, reduction of block diagram, problems on block diagram, Mason’s formula signal flow graph
Time Response Analysis : Standard test signals, time response of first and second-order system, time constant,
time response of second order system, time response specifications, steady-state errors and error constants,problems in first and second order system.
Stability: Routh Hurwitz Criterion, Root Locus, Bode Plotting using semi log graph paper
Introduction to multiloop control system and its types, feedforward, cascade, ratio, split range, control system.
Study of different processes using above mentioned control systems
Non-Linear Control System : Introduction, behaviour of non-linear control system. Different types of nonlinearities,
saturation, backlash, hysteris, dead zone, relay, fiction, characteristics of non-linear control system, limit cycles,jump resonance, jump phenomenon. Difference between linear and non-linear control system.
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND MATERIALS
Classification of materials , Conducting, semi-conducting and insulating materials through a brief reference to their atomic structure.
Conducting Materials : Resistors and factors affecting resistivity such as temperature, alloying and mechanical stressing. Classification of conducting materials into low resistivity and high resistivity materials.
Insulating Materials : Important relevant characteristics (electrical, mechanical and thermal) and applications of the following material: Mica, Glass, Copper, Sliver, PVC, Silicon, Rubber, Bakelite, Cotton, Ceramic, Polyester, Polythene and Varnish.
Magnetic Materials : Different Magnetic materials; (Dia, Para, Ferro) and their properties. Ferro magnetism,Domains, permeability, Hysteresis loop. Soft and hard magnetic materials, their examples and typical applications.
Introduction to Testing and Measurements, Measurement of Resistance, Inductance and Capacitance, Ammeter,Voltmeter and Multimeter, Power and Energy Measurements, Frequency and Phase difference Measurement.
PRINCIPLES OF INSTRUMENTATION
Basic building blocks of any instrumentation systems, Performance characteristics of Oscillator Instruments, Instrument selection: Factors affecting instrument selection, accuracy, precision, linearity, resolution, sensitivity,hysteresis, reliability, serviceability, loading effect, range advantage and limitation, cost effectiveness and availability- Static and dynamic response – Environmental effects – Calibration tools
FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
Concepts of Digital electronics, Number system , gates, codes, arithmetic logic circuits, flip-flops, shift resistors and counters.
BASIC OF Microprocessors
Architecture of a typical microprocessor, configurations and instructional pair configuration systems and working of various peripheral interface chips. 8085 Microprocessors, architecture, instruction sets and introduction to 8086.
Introduction to thyristors and other power Electronics devices, Controlled Converters, Inverters, Choppers.
COMPUTER AIDED INSTRUMENTATION
Computer aided Instrumentation, Buses and Standards : Introduction , BUS types : The I/O BUS a) ISA bus b) EISA Bus c) PCI bus , GPIB 2.5 RS-232, Linear Circuits and Signal Conditioning, Parallel Port (PP) Interfacing Techniques, Serial Port (SP) Interfacing Techniques, USB Port Interfacing Techniques
QUALITY AND RELIABILITY TECHNIQUES
Quality organization and Management: Introduction, Quality Policy, Task for Quality and Introduction to Total Quality Systems
Quality costs : Prevention costs, appraisal costs, internal failure costs, external failure costs, impact of quality costs on profitability.
Discipline Syllabus-Civil Engineering (Official 2015-16)
Physical and Chemical properties, Classification, Standard tests, Uses and manufacture/quarrying of materials e.g. building stones, silicate based materials, cement (Portland), Asbestos products, Timber and Wood based Products,laminates, bituminous materials, paints, varnishes.
Principles of surveying, working of prismatic compass and bearings, Plane table surveying, Theodolite traverse, Adjustment of theodolite, Levelling and contouring, Curvature, Refraction correction, Permanent adjustment of dumpy level, Methods of contouring and uses of a contour map, Tachometric survey.
Origin of soil phase diagram, Definitions, Of void ratio porosity, Degree of saturation, Water content specific gravity of soil grains and unit weights, Grain size distribution curves for different solid and their uses, Atterjerg’s limits isi soil classification, Plasticity chart, Coefficient of permeability, Effective stress, Consolidation of soils.
Calculation shear strength of soils, direct shear test, Vane shear test, Triaxial test, Soil compaction, Lab compaction Lab compaction test, Moisture content and bearing capacity of soils, Plate load test, and Standard penetration test.
Fluid properties, Hydrostatics, Measurements of flow, Bernoulli’s theorem and its application, Floor through pipes, Flow in open channels, Weirs, Flumes, Spillways, Pumps and turbines.
Quality of water, Source of water supply, Purification of water, Distribution of water, Need of sanitation, Sewerage systems, Circular sewers, Oval sewer, Sewer appurtenances, Surface water drainage sewage treatments.
Schedule Of On Line Preparation For JE And SC/TO Electrical/S&T (Electronics)
Subject Wise Online Test-Start From 28 February 2018,Continuous Up To Final Exam (5 May 2018)
Monday-General English Test (25 Questions-21 Minutes, 4 PM)
Tuesday-GK/Current Affairs Test (25 Questions-21 Minutes, 4 PM)
Wednesday-Aptitude Test (25 Questions-21 Minutes, 4 PM)
Thursday- Reasoning Test (25 Questions-21 Minutes, 4 PM)
Friday-Technical Subject Test (25 Questions-21 Minutes, 4 PM)
Saturday-Technical Subject Test (25 Questions-21 Minutes, 4 PM)
Weekly Online Full Test-Till Final Exam (5 May 2018)
Sunday-Full Test (140 Questions-120 Minutes, 4 PM)
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