Rajasthan Power AEN/ JEN Syllabus 2016 Exam Pattern, Admit Card & Exam Date

Rajasthan Power AEN/ JEN Syllabus 2016 Exam Pattern, Admit Card & Exam Date

Department of Rajasthan Power had recently updated an employment notification on its official portal for the recruitment of the Assistant Engineers (AEN) and Junior Engineers (JEN). By this notification, department is going to fill total 1124 vacancies. Many candidates applied for this post till the last date of applications. For selecting the eligible candidates among them department is going to conduct the examination for all the applied candidates. Now aspirants who are going to appear for the exam may be worried of exactly what to prepare and how to prepare for the exam.

Candidates can stop worrying as we are providing you the information regarding the pattern and syllabus of the exam. This helps candidates in preparing well for the exam. Check below for the further details.


Rajasthan Power AEN JEN Examination Details :

Organization Name :- Department of Energy, the Government of Rajasthan State

Post Name :- Assistant Engineers (AEN),Jr Chemist and Junior Engineers (JEN)

Number of Posts:-1124

Location of the Job :- Rajasthan

category of the Job :- State Government

Details of the post : – Exam Syllabus

Status:- Available

Official Portal :- www.energy.rajasthan.gov.in

RRVUNL Examination Pattern and Admit cards :-

Admit cards are must for each and every candidate appearing in the exam. These admit can be downloaded by the candidates just 10 days before the exam from the official web. One must provide their registration number and DOB  for downloading admit cards.

Candidates are advised to keep on visit the official web for knowing the details about the pattern of the exam and admit cards also.

Syllabus of the exam :-

Junior Engineer Syllabus Electrical Engineer

  1. Electronics Devices.
  2. Analog and Digital Electronics.
  3. Control Systems.
  4. Electrical Machines.
  5. Network Analysis.
  6. Power System Analysis & Control.
  7. Power System Protection.
  8. Power Electronics & Drives.
  9. Power Systems.
  10. Utilization of Electrical Energy.
  11. Switch Gear and Protection
  12. Electromagnetic Theory.
  13. Electrical Instrumentation.

Junior Engineer Mechanical Syllabus

  • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning.
  • Heat Transfer.
  • The strength of Materials.
  • Engineering Materials.
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Machine Design.
  • Fluid Mechanics.
  • Theory of Machines.
  • Fluid Machinery & Steam Generators.

 AEN Syllabus for General Awareness

  1. General Science.
  2. Static GK.
  3. Current Affairs.

 JEN Chemist Syllabus Topics For Static GK

  1. Indian History.
  2. Politics.
  3. Geography.
  4. Arts.
  5. Culture.

 Assistant Engineer Syllabus Topics For General Science

  1. Defence.
  2. Agriculture.
  3. Space.
  4. Environment.
  5. Biology.
  6. Agriculture.
  7. Physics.
  8. Chemistry.

JEN Chemist Syllabus Topics For Current Affairs

  1. Awards.
  2. Sports.
  3. International Affairs.
  4. Economy.
  5. Banking.
  6. Current Events.

 JEN Syllabus Electronics Engineer

  1. Electromagnetic Theory.
  2. Analog Electronic Circuits.
  3. Digital Electronic Circuits.
  4. Control Systems.
  5. Communication Systems.
  6. Microwave Engineering.
  7. Physical Electronics, Electron Devices, and ICs.
  8. Signals and Systems.
  9. Network Theory.
  10. The transistor as a switching element.
  11. Karnaugh map and applications.
  12. Small signal analysis.
  13. Transient and steady state response of control systems.
  14. Concepts of gain and phase margins.
  15. Constant-M and Constant-N Nichol’s Chart.
  16. Power amplifiers.
  17. Frequency.
  18. Broad banding techniques.

Junior Engineer Syllabus 2016 Civil

  1. Concrete Technology.
  2. Reinforced Concrete Structures.
  3. Civil Engineering Materials and Construction.
  4. Solid Mechanics, Structural Analysis.
  5. Steel Structures.
  6. PSC Structures.
  7. Fluid Mechanics.
  8. Hydrology & Water Resources Engineering.
  9. Hydraulic Structures.
  10. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering.
  11. Estimation, Costing, and Specifications.
  12. Construction and Project Management.
  13. Environmental Studies
  14. Transportation Engineering.
  15. Environmental Engineering.
  16. Surveying.
  17. Bridge Engineering

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