Jobs In Computer Operator

Career Exam

If You Want To Take this Exam Then Make  on this side.And Choose Silver Plan For This Exam .


Exam have 3 category question paper as Math Reasoning General Knowledge and english .
Exam have 60 question in 45 mint each question have 1 point
better experience for bank exam
if you got 70 % marks in this exam then 500 + companies call you for direct job .
if you got minimum 40 % marks then 5000 + HR follows your profile for job.

Continue Reading

GATE Exam Pattern 2020 (Paper Pattern): Format, Marking Scheme

GATE Exam Pattern 2020: The exam for all the 25 disciplines will be carried out in a computer-based mode. This year a new discipline i.e. Biomedical Engineering has been added.  GATE 2020 is scheduled for February 1, 2, 8, and 9.

  • The paper will have 2 types of Questions- MCQs & NAT. The duration of all the papers will be of 3 hours. Download Free GATE Practice Papers
  • The entire paper will be divided into three sections viz. Section A – General Aptitude, Section B – Engineering Mathematics and Section C –  Subject paper. Check detailed GATE Syllabus

Highlights of GATE Exam Pattern

Exam Mode Online
Number of Questions 65
Total Marks 100
Type of Questions MCQs and NAT
Number of Sections 3 (General Aptitude, Engineering Mathematics* and Subject Specification Section) *In place of Engineering Mathematics, Chemistry will be compulsory for Life Science (XL) Paper
Sectional Time-Limit No

GATE Exam Paper with Codes

At present GATE exam is held in 25 disciplines/subjects. A candidate can appear only in any one paper of the following disciplines.

  • CE, CS, EC, EE and ME Papers: Examination may be conducted in multiple sessions due to the increase in the number of applicants.
  • Engineering Sciences (XE) and Life Science (XL) papers are of general nature. These two papers comprise the following sections.
  • For XE Paper, Engineering Mathematics is the compulsory section while for XL, Chemistry is the compulsory section. 

GATE Exam Pattern – (AE, AG, BT, CE, CH, CS, EC, EE, IN, ME, MN, MT, PE, PI, TF, and XE)

  • Engineering Mathematics questions are compulsory and carry 15% of the total weightage (15 Marks).
  • The questions based on the subject of the exam have 70% of the total weightage (70 Marks).
  • The remaining part of GATE Question Paper includes General Aptitude questions (15% of the total weightage – 15 Marks).

GATE Exam Pattern – (AR, CY, EY, GG, MA, PH and XL )

  • General Aptitude section will carry 15% of the total marks (15 Marks).
  • Remaining 85% of the total marks will be based on the subject of the paper (85 Marks).
  • There is no question from Engineering Mathematics in these papers.
  • NAT includes questions with a value or a real number as their answer.
  • NAT questions will be mentioned with, up to which decimal places, the candidates need to make an answer.
  • The answer has to be entered using the mouse. 
  • There won’t be any choices for these questions.
  • Using the keyboard must be avoided as it will lock your answer panel.
  • There will be no negative marking for NAT questions.

GATE Marking Scheme

For each of the 25 subjects, the paper covers a total of 65 questions of 100 marks. Each paper is divided into subsections and on the basis of it, marking scheme is defined. 

  • From the total of 100 marks, there will be 10 questions of 15 marks covering the entire General Aptitude section (Language and Analytical Skills).
  • General Aptitude- 5 Questions of 2 Marks each and 5 Questions of 1 Marks each.
  • Engineering Mathematics will cover approximately 15% weightage out of 100 marks for the paper bearing codes AE, AG, BT, CE, CH, CS, EC, EE, IN, ME, MN, MT, PE, PI, TF and XE.
  • Engineering Mathematics- 5 Questions of 2 Marks each and 5 Questions of 1 Marks each.
  • Remaining 70% weightage of total marks is acquired by the subject of the paper.
  • Subject Knowledge- 25 Questions of 2 Marks each and 20 Questions of 1 Marks each.
  • For the paper codes – AR, CY, EY, GG, MA, PH and XL, the General Aptitude will cover 15% out of 100 marks, and other 85% of the total question paper will be covered by the subject of the paper.

Negative Marking in GATE Exam Pattern

  • There is no provision of negative marking in NAT questions.
  • MCQs carrying 1 marks each, 1/3 marks would be deducted as a penalty of marking the wrong answer.
  • For questions carrying 2 marks, 2/3 marks would be deducted for marking an incorrect answer.

Check out GATE Best Preparation Books

GATE Exam Pattern for GG, XE and XL

GATE exam pattern for GG, XE and XL papers is somewhat similar to other disciplines of GATE subjects. The question paper will consist of MCQs and NAT questions.

  • There will be four options for MCQs type questions; candidates must select the most appropriate option.
  • For giving the answer of numerical answer questions, choices will not be given. You have to enter the answer by using the virtual keyboard.
  • The answer to NAT may be a real number, signed or unsigned, e.g., 25.06, -25.06, 25, -25 etc.
  • NAT questions will be mentioned with, up to which decimal places, the candidates need to make an answer.
  • An appropriate range will be considered while evaluating the numerical answer type questions so that the candidate is not penalized due to the usual round-off errors.

The distribution of the questions and marks is described below:

  • 25 questions for total 25 marks (1 mark for each question)
  • 30 questions for total 60 marks (2 marks for each question)

GATE Exam Pattern for GG (Geology and Geophysics) Paper

Apart from the General Aptitude (GA) section, the Geology and Geophysics (GG) question paper consist of two parts: Part A and Part B.

  • Part A is common for all candidates.
  • Part B consists of two sections: Section 1 (Geology) and Section 2 (Geo-Physics).
  • Candidates will have to attempt questions in Part A and in Part B attempt either Section 1 or Section 2.
  • The distribution of the questions and marks is described below:
    • Part A consist of 25 questions (MCQs) and carry 1 mark for each question so the total 25 marks (Some questions may be numerical answer type questions)
    • Part B (Section 1 and Section 2) consists of 30 questions (MCQs Type) 2 mark for each question so the total 60 marks (Some questions may be numerical answer type questions)

GATE Exam Pattern for XE (Engineering Sciences) Paper

There are the following sections which have to be answered in GATE XE paper:

  • Section A – Engineering Mathematics (Compulsory)
  • GA – General Aptitude (Compulsory)
  • Any two of XE section from B to G (as given in the paper code table)

Candidates can select two sections from B to G during the examination after viewing the questions. Only two optional sections can be answered at a time.

Marking Scheme for GATE XE Paper

This section contains total of 33 questions of total 50 marks. In GATE XE paper, the Section – A (Engineering Mathematics) is compulsory. This section contains 11 questions of total 15 marks. Some questions may be of numerical answer type questions. The distribution of the questions and marks is described below:

  • 7 questions for total 7 marks (1 mark for each question)
  • 4 questions for total 8 marks (2 marks for each question)

Each of the other sections of XE paper from section B to G contains 22 questions carrying a total of 35 marks. Some questions may be of numerical answer type questions. The distribution of the questions and marks is described below:

  • 9 questions for total 7 marks (1 mark for each question)
  • 13 questions for total 26 marks (2 marks for each question)

No. Of 1 Mark Questions
No. Of 2 Marks Questions
Section A (Compulsory) 7 4
Section B to H 9 13

GATE Exam Pattern for XL (Life Sciences) Paper

There are the following sections which have to be answered by the candidates in GATE XL paper as given in the below:

  • Section H – Chemistry (Compulsory)
  • GA – General Aptitude (Compulsory)
  • Any two of XL sections from Q to U

Candidates can select two sections from Q to U during the examination after viewing the questions. Only two optional sections can be answered at a time.

Marking Scheme for GATE XL Paper

This section contains total 35 questions of total 55 marks. In GATE XL paper, the Section – P Chemistry (compulsory). This section contains 15 questions of total 25 marks. Some questions may be of numerical answer type questions. The distribution of the questions and marks is described below:

  • 5 questions for total 5 marks (1 mark for each question)
  • 10 questions for total 20 marks (2 marks for each question)

Each of the other sections of the XL paper from section Q to U contains 20 questions carrying a total of 30 marks. Some questions may be of numerical answer type questions. The distribution of the questions and marks is described below:

  • 10 questions for total 10 marks (1 mark for each question)
  • 10 questions for total 20 marks (2 marks for each question)
Section No. Of 1 Mark Questions No. Of 2 Marks Questions
Chemistry Section / Section P 5 10
Section Q to U 10 10

Types of Questions in GATE

Questions in GATE are broadly divided into Objective Type (MCQ) and Numerical Answer Type (NAT). In MCQs, candidates are provided with 4 choices out of which one answer is correct. A candidate has to mark the correct choice by clicking on the radio button against the option.

Numerical Answer Type (NAT) Questions

  • NAT includes questions with a value or a real number as their answer.
  • NAT questions will be mentioned with, up to which decimal places, the candidates need to make an answer.
  • The answer has to be entered using the mouse. 
  • There won’t be any choices for these questions.
  • Using the keyboard must be avoided as it will lock your answer panel.
  • There will be no negative marking for NAT questions.

Questions Based on General Aptitude 

Apart from questions based on the subjects, the paper will also contain the questions to test the ability of your General Ability like- Language and Analytical Skills. 15% weightage of total marks is devoted to General Aptitude section in all the papers. The distribution of the questions and marks is described below:

  •  questions for total 5 marks (1 mark for each question)
  • 5 questions for total 10 marks (2 marks for each question)

The pattern of questions in GATE exam are explained below:

  1. Recall: This includes questions based on facts, principles, formulae and laws of discipline. The candidate has to mark an answer either directly from a memory or from one line computation.
  2. Comprehension: These type of questions test the candidate’s basic understanding of the field they belong to. The candidates have to draw simple conclusions from fundamental ideas in these type of questions.
  3. Application: These are the logical reasoning based questions wherein the candidates have to answer according to their knowledge through computation.
  4. Analysis and Synthesis: In these questions, the candidate is presented with data, diagrams, images etc. that require analysis before a question can be answered. A Synthesis question might require the candidate to compare two or more pieces of information. Questions in this category could, for example, involve candidates in recognizing unstated assumptions or separating useful information from irrelevant information.

mportant Topics for GATE (Subject-wise)

Since GATE is a national level entrance examination, candidates must prepare well for it for admissions to the desired college or for recruitment to the desired PSU. Check out the list of important topics from each paper code to aid preparations for GATE:

Important Topics for GATE Civil Engineering (CE)

The candidates must concentrate more on the topics given below while preparing for GATE Exam for Civil Engineering (CE):

  • Strength of Materials
  • Geo Technical
  • Irrigation and Hydrology
  • Highway and Surveying
  • Environmental Engineering

Check Detailed GATE Syllabus for Civil

Important Topics for GATE CSE (Computer Science and Information Technology)

The candidates are asked the maximum number of questions from the topics given below in the GATE Exam for Computer Science and Information Technology (CS):

  • Programming and Data Structures
  • Operating Systems
  • Computer Organization and Architecture
  • Algorithms
  • Theory of Computation
  • Database
  • Computer Networks

Check Detailed GATE Syllabus for CSE

Important Topics for GATE EE (Electrical Engineering)

There are questions from engineering mathematics and aptitude in this paper code as well while there are few topics from the subject that carry higher weightage in the GATE Exam. The important topics from Electrical Engineering are given below:

  • Network Theory
  • Analog & Digital Electronics
  • Power Systems
  • Control Systems
  • Signal and System

Check Detailed GATE Syllabus for Electrical Engineering

Important Topics for GATE ECE (Electronics and Communication Engineering)

This paper code has the maximum weight age of questions based on the subject. There are questions based on aptitude and engineering mathematics as well. The important topics for the preparation of technical questions asked in GATE EC Exam are given below:

  • Analog Circuits
  • Network Theory
  • Communication Systems
  • Electromagnetic Theory
  • Signal and Systems
  • Control Systems

Check Detailed GATE Syllabus for ECE

Important Topics for GATE Mechanical Engineering (ME)

The candidates can check the important topics from the mechanical engineering syllabus for GATE below:

  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Thermodynamics
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Theory of Mechanics
  • Fluid Mechanics

Check Detailed GATE Syllabus for ME

Important Topics for GATE Instrumentation Engineering (IN)

There are questions from various topics of instrumentation engineering studied during the Bachelor programme in GATE. Candidates can revise the following topics thoroughly to crack the GATE Exam for Instrumentation Engineering:

  • Transducers
  • Analog Circuits
  • Control Systems
  • Circuit and Networks
  • Digital Circuits

Check Detailed GATE Syllabus for Instrumentation Engineering

Solving GATE sample papers are really helpful in enhancing the preparation for the exam. In the table given below, we have provided you a list of paper along with codes and also the available link of sample paper for each subject.

Continue Reading

SSC CGL 2019 Exam Pattern

Staff Selection Commission of India will be conducting SSC CGL 2019 Exam in four stages: Tier-1, Tier-2, Tier-3 & Tier-4 exam. While Tier-I & Tier-II exam will be conducted onlineTier-III will be a pen and paper based exam and Tier-IV will be a computer skill test. Let’s have a look at the exam pattern for all these stages of SC CGL 2019 Recruitment process one by one..

Candidates must note that the score for SSC CGL Tier-I & Tier-II Exam will be normalised if it is conducted in multiple shifts. The normalisation score will be decided by SSC and it will be considered final for selecting candiidates for the further rounds (Tier-III & Tier-IV) of SSC CGL 2018-19 Exam.

SSC CGL Tier-1 Exam Pattern

SSC CGL Tier-1 will be conducted tentatively from 04th June to 19th June 2019. The exam will be conducted online comprising of 4 sections with about a 100 questions in total and with maximum marks of 200. The entire exam is needed to be completed in a time span of 60 minutes.

The sections asked in SSC CGL Tier-I Exam are:

·  General Intelligence & Reasoning

·  General Awareness

·  Quantitative Aptitude

·  English Comprehension

Serial No. Sections No. of Questions Total Marks Time Allotted
1 General Intelligence and Reasoning 25 50 A cumulative time of 60 minutes
2 General Awareness 25 50
3 Quantitative Aptitude 25 50
4 English Comprehension 25 50
Total 100 200

Penalty of Wrong Answer: There is a negative marking of 0.50 Marks for each wrong answer. There is no sectional cut off. No point will be deducted if the question is left blank or unattempted by a candidate.

SSC CGL Tier-2 Exam Pattern

SSC CGL Tier-2 will be conducted tentatively from 11th September to 13th September 2019. The exam will be conducted online comprising of 4 sections with about a 100 questions in each section and with maximum marks of 200.

The sections asked in SSC CGL Tier-I Exam are:

·  Quantitative Ability

·  Statistics

·  General Studies (Finance & Economics)

·  English Language & Comprehension

al No. Sections No. of Questions Total Marks Time Allotted
1 Quantitative Ability 100 200 2 hours
2 English Language and Comprehension 200 200 2 hours
3 Statistics 100 200 2 hours
4 General Studies (Finance and Economics) 100 200 2 hours

Penalty of Wrong Answer: There is a negative marking of 0.25 Marks for each wrong answer. There is no sectional cut off. No point will be deducted if the question is left blank or unattempted by a candidate.

SSC CGL Tier-3 Exam Pattern

Tier-3 of SSC CGL will be a descriptive test. The paper will be in English/Hindi and will constitute of 100 marks. The entire paper needs to be completed in 60 minutes.

Subject Marks Time
Descriptive Paper in English/Hindi (Writing of Essay, Precis, Letter, Application etc.) 100 marks 1 hour or 60 minutes

SSC CGL Tier-4 Exam Pattern

SC CGL Tier-4 Exam is a Computer Skill Test. It will be conducted in two steps: DEST Test & CPT Test

DEST: Candidates are required to type 2000 words in 15 minutes on a computer in English. This test is conducted to check a candidate’s writing skills.

SSC CGL Syllabus 2019

To scale SSC CGL 2019, it is necessary for candidates to know the syllabus for each section asked in the exam along wiith the exam pattern. Knowledge of SSC CGL Syllabus will enable you to prepare well and systematically for the upcoming SSC Exams.

Click Here to Check SSC CGL Syllabus 2019

Continue Reading


Indicative Syllabus

The standard of the questions in Engineering subjects will be approximately of the level of Diploma in Engineering (Civil/ Electrical/ Mechanical/Electronics) from a recognized Institute, Board or University recognized by All India Board of Technical Education. All the questions will be set in SI units. The details of the syllabus are given below:


  • General Intelligence & Reasoning: The Syllabus for General Intelligence would include questions of both verbal and non-verbal type. The test may include questions on analogies, similarities, differences, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, judgment, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal and figure classification, arithmetical number series etc. The test will also include questions designed to test the candidate’s abilities to deal with abstract ideas and symbols and their relationships, arithmetical computations and other analytical functions. (ii) General Awareness: Questions will be aimed at testing the candidate’s general awareness of the environment around him/her and its application to society. Questions will also be designed to test knowledge of current events and of such matters of everyday observations and experience in their scientific aspect as may be expected of any educated person. The test will also include questions relating to India and its neighboring countries especially pertaining to History, Culture, Geography, Economic Scene, General Polity and Scientific Research, etc. These questions will be such that they do not require a special study of any discipline. (iii) General Engineering (Civil and Structural), (Electrical & Mechanical):
  • Part-

Building Materials, Estimating, Costing and Valuation, Surveying, Soil Mechanics, Hydraulics, Irrigation Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Environmental Engineering. Structural Engineering: Theory of Structures, Concrete Technology, RCC Design, Steel Design


Electrical Engineering Basic concepts, Circuit law, Magnetic Circuit, AC Fundamentals, Measurement and Measuring instruments, Electrical Machines, Fractional Kilowatt Motors and single phase induction Motors, Synchronous Machines, Generation, Transmission and Distribution, Estimation and Costing, Utilization and Electrical Energy, Basic Electronics.


Mechanical Engineering – Theory of Machines and Machine Design, Engineering Mechanics and Strength of Materials Properties of Pure Substances, 1st Law of Thermodynamics, 2nd Law of Thermodynamics, Air standard Cycles for IC Engines, IC Engine Performance, IC Engines Combustion, IC Engine Cooling & Lubrication, Rankine cycle of System, Boilers, Classification, Specification, Fitting &

Accessories, Air Compressors & their cycles, Refrigeration cycles, Principle of Refrigeration Plant, Nozzles & Steam Turbines. Properties & Classification of Fluids, Fluid Statics, Measurement of Fluid Pressure, Fluid kinematics, Dynamics of Ideal fluids, Measurement of Flow rate, basic principles, Hydraulic Turbines, Centrifugal Pumps, Classification of steels.

Paper II

Part-A : Civil & Structural Engineering

Civil Engineering

Building Materials : 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. Estimating, Costing and Valuation: estimate, glossary of technical terms, analysis of rates, methods and unit of measurement, Items of work – earthwork, Brick work (Modular & Traditional bricks), RCC work, Shuttering, Timber work, Painting, Flooring, Plastering. Boundary wall, Brick building, Water Tank, Septic tank, Bar bending schedule, Centre line method, Mid-section formula, Trapezodial formula, Simpson’s rule. Cost estimate of Septic tank, flexible pavements, Tube well, isolates and combined footings, Steel Truss, Piles and pile-caps. Valuation – Value and cost, scrap value, salvage value, assessed value, sinking fund, depreciation and obsolescence, methods of valuation. Surveying : Principles of surveying, measurement of distance, chain surveying, working of prismatic compass, compass traversing, bearings, local attraction, plane table surveying, theodolite traversing, adjustment of theodolite, Levelling, Definition of terms used in levelling, contouring, curvature and refraction corrections, temporary and permanent adjustments of dumpy level, methods of contouring, uses of contour map, tachometric survey, curve setting, earth work calculation, advanced surveying equipment. Soil Mechanics : Origin of soil, phase diagram, Definitions-void ratio, porosity, degree of saturation, water content, specific gravity of soil grains, unit weights, density index and interrelationship of different parameters, Grain size distribution curves and their uses. Index properties of soils, Waterberg’s limits, ISI soil classification and plasticity chart. Permeability of soil, coefficient of permeability, determination of coefficient of permeability, Unconfined and confined aquifers, effective stress, quick sand, consolidation of soils, Principles of consolidation, degree of consolidation, pre-consolidation pressure, normally consolidated soil, e-log p curve, computation of ultimate settlement. Shear strength of soils, direct shear test, Vane shear test, triaxial test. Soil compaction, Laboratory compaction test, Maximum dry density and optimum moisture content, earth pressure theories, active and passive earth pressures, bearing capacity of soils, plate load test, standard penetration test. Hydraulics : Fluid properties, hydrostatics, measurements of flow, Bernoulli’s theorem and its application, flow through pipes, flow in open channels, weirs, flumes, spillways, pumps and turbines.

Irrigation Engineering: Definition, necessity, benefits, 2II effects of irrigation, types and methods of irrigation, Hydrology – Measurement of rainfall, run off coefficient, rain gauge, losses from precipitation – evaporation, infiltration, etc. Water requirement of crops, duty, delta and base period, Kharif and Rabi Crops, Command area, Time factor, Crop ratio, Overlap allowance, Irrigation efficiencies. Different type of canals, types of canal irrigation, loss of water in canals. Canal lining – types and advantages. Shallow and deep to wells, yield from a well. Weir and barrage, Failure of weirs and permeable foundation, Slit and Scour, Kennedy’s theory of critical velocity. Lacey’s theory of uniform flow. Definition of flood, causes and effects, methods of flood control, water logging, preventive measure. Land reclamation, Characteristics of affecting fertility of soils, purposes, methods, description of land and reclamation processes. Major irrigation projects in India. Transportation Engineering: Highway Engineering – cross sectional elements, geometric design, types of pavements, pavement materials – aggregates and bitumen, different tests, Design of flexible and rigid pavements – Water Bound Macadam (WBM) and Wet Mix Macadam (WMM), Gravel Road, Bituminous construction, Rigid pavement joint, pavement maintenance, Highway drainage, Railway Engineering- Components of permanent way – sleepers, ballast, fixtures and fastening, track geometry, points and crossings, track junction, stations and yards. Traffic Engineering – Different traffic survey, speed-flow-density and their interrelationships, intersections and interchanges, traffic signals, traffic operation, traffic signs and markings, road safety. Environmental Engineering: Quality of water, source of water supply, purification of water, distribution of water, need of sanitation, sewerage systems, circular sewer, oval sewer, sewer appurtenances, sewage treatments. Surface water drainage. Solid waste management – types, effects, engineered management system. Air pollution – pollutants, causes, effects, control. Noise pollution – cause, health effects, control. Structural Engineering Theory of structures: Elasticity constants, types of beams – determinate and indeterminate, bending moment and shear force diagrams of simply supported, cantilever and over hanging beams. Moment of area and moment of inertia for rectangular & circular sections, bending moment and shear stress for tee, channel and compound sections, chimneys, dams and retaining walls, eccentric loads, slope deflection of simply supported and cantilever beams, critical load and columns, Torsion of circular section. Concrete Technology: Properties, Advantages and uses of concrete, cement aggregates, importance of water quality, water cement ratio, workability, mix design, storage, batching, mixing, placement, compaction, finishing and curing of concrete, quality control of concrete, hot weather and cold weather concreting, repair and maintenance of concrete structures. RCC Design: RCC beams-flexural strength, shear strength, bond strength, design of singly reinforced and double reinforced beams, cantilever beams. T-beams, lintels. One way and two way slabs, isolated footings. Reinforced brick works, columns, staircases, retaining wall, water tanks (RCC design questions may be based on both Limit State and Working Stress methods). Steel Design: Steel design and construction of steel columns, beams roof trusses plate girders

Part-B (Electrical Engineering):

Basic concepts : Concepts of resistance, inductance, capacitance, and various factors affecting them. Concepts of current, voltage, power, energy and their units. Circuit law : Kirchhoff’s law, Simple Circuit solution using network theorems. Magnetic Circuit : Concepts of flux, mmf, reluctance, Different kinds of magnetic materials, Magnetic calculations for conductors of different configuration e.g. straight, circular, solenoidal, etc. Electromagnetic induction, self and mutual induction. AC Fundamentals: Instantaneous, peak, R.M.S. and average values of alternating waves, Representation of sinusoidal wave form, simple series and parallel AC Circuits consisting of R.L. and C, Resonance, Tank Circuit. Poly Phase system – star and delta connection, 3 phase power, DC and sinusoidal response of R-Land R-C circuit. Measurement and measuring instruments: Measurement of power (1 phase and 3 phase, both active and re-active) and energy, 2 wattmeter method of 3 phase power measurement. Measurement of frequency and phase angle. Ammeter and voltmeter (both moving oil and moving iron type), extension of range wattmeter, Multimeters, Megger, Energy meter AC Bridges. Use of CRO, Signal Generator, CT, PT and their uses. Earth Fault detection. Electrical Machines : (a) D.C. Machine – Construction, Basic Principles of D.C. motors and generators, their characteristics, speed control and starting of D.C. Motors. Method of braking motor, Losses and efficiency of D.C. Machines. (b) 1 phase and 3 phase transformers – Construction, Principles of operation, equivalent circuit, voltage regulation, O.C. and S.C. Tests, Losses and efficiency. Effect of voltage, frequency and wave form on losses. Parallel operation of 1 phase /3 phase transformers. Auto transformers. (c) 3 phase induction motors, rotating magnetic field, principle of operation, equivalent circuit, torque-speed characteristics, starting and speed control of 3 phase induction motors. Methods of braking, effect of voltage and frequency variation on torque speed characteristics. Fractional Kilowatt Motors and Single Phase Induction Motors: Characteristics and applications. Synchronous Machines – Generation of 3-phase e.m.f. armature reaction, voltage regulation, parallel operation of two alternators, synchronizing, control of active and reactive power. Starting and applications of synchronous motors. Generation, Transmission and Distribution – Different types of power stations, Load factor, diversity factor, demand factor, 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 arc extinction by oil and air, H.R.C. Fuses, Protection against earth leakage / over current, etc. Buchholtz relay, Merz-Price system of protection of generators & transformers, protection of feeders and bus bars. Lightning arresters, various transmission and distribution system, comparison of conductor materials, efficiency of different system. Cable – Different type of cables, cable rating and derating factor. Estimation and costing : Estimation of lighting scheme, electric installation of machines and relevant IE rules. Earthing practices and IE Rules. Utilization of Electrical Energy : Illumination, Electric heating, Electric welding, Electroplating, Electric drives and motors.

Basic Electronics : Working of various electronic devices e.g. P N Junction diodes, Transistors (NPN and PNP type), BJT and JFET. Simple circuits using these devices

Part- C (Mechanical Engineering):

Theory of Machines and Machine Design

Concept of simple machine, Four bar linkage and link motion, Flywheels and fluctuation of energy, Power transmission by belts – V-belts and Flat belts, Clutches – Plate and Conical clutch, Gears – Type of gears, gear profile and gear ratio calculation, Governors – Principles and classification, Riveted joint, Cams, Bearings, Friction in collars and pivots. Engineering Mechanics and Strength of Materials Equilibrium of Forces, Law of motion, Friction, Concepts of stress and strain, Elastic limit and elastic constants, Bending moments and shear force diagram, Stress in composite bars, Torsion of circular shafts, Bucking of columns – Euler’s and Rankin’s theories, Thin walled pressure vessels. Thermal Engineering Properties of Pure Substances : p-v & P-T diagrams of pure substance like H2O, Introduction of steam table with respect to steam generation process; definition of saturation, wet & superheated status. Definition of dryness fraction of steam, degree of superheat of steam. H-s chart of steam (Mollier’s Chart). 1 st Law of Thermodynamics : Definition of stored energy & internal energy, 1st Law of Thermodynamics of cyclic process, Non Flow Energy Equation, Flow Energy & Definition of Enthalpy, Conditions for Steady State Steady Flow; Steady State Steady Flow Energy Equation. 2 nd Law of Thermodynamics : Definition of Sink, Source Reservoir of Heat, Heat Engine, Heat Pump & Refrigerator; Thermal Efficiency of Heat Engines & co-efficient of performance of Refrigerators, Kelvin – Planck & Clausius Statements of 2nd Law of Thermodynamics, Absolute or Thermodynamic Scale of temperature, Clausius Integral, Entropy, Entropy change calculation of ideal gas processes. Carnot Cycle & Carnot Efficiency, PMM-2; definition & its impossibility. Air standard Cycles for IC engines : Otto cycle; plot on P-V, T-S Planes; Thermal Efficiency, Diesel Cycle; Plot on P-V, T-S planes; Thermal efficiency. IC Engine Performance, IC Engine Combustion, IC Engine Cooling & Lubrication. Rankine cycle of steam : Simple Rankine cycle plot on P-V, T-S, h-s planes, Rankine cycle efficiency with & without pump work. Boilers; Classification; Specification; Fittings & Accessories : Fire Tube & Water Tube Boilers. Air Compressors & their cycles; Refrigeration cycles; Principle of a Refrigeraton Plant; Nozzles & Steam Turbines Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Properties & Classification of Fluid : ideal & real fluids, Newton’s law of viscosity, Newtonian and Non-Newtonian fluids, compressible and incompressible fluids.

Fluid Statics : Pressure at a point. Measurement of Fluid Pressure : Manometers, U-tube, Inclined tube. Fluid Kinematics : Stream line, laminar & turbulent flow, external & internal flow, continuity equation. Dynamics of ideal fluids : Bernoulli’s equation, Total head; Velocity head; Pressure head; Application of Bernoulli’s equitation. Measurement of Flow rate Basic Principles : Venturimeter, Pilot tube, Orifice meter. Hydraulic Turbines : Classifications, Principles. Centrifugal Pumps : Classifications, Principles, Performance. Production Engineering Classification of Steels : mild steal & alloy steel, Heat treatment of steel, Welding – Arc Welding, Gas Welding, Resistance Welding, Special Welding Techniques i.e. TIG, MIG, etc. (Brazing & Soldering), Welding Defects & Testing; NDT, Foundry & Casting – methods, defects, different casting processes, Forging, Extrusion, etc, Metal cutting principles, cutting tools, Basic Principles of machining with (i) Lathe (ii) Milling (iii) Drilling (iv) Shaping (v) Grinding, Machines, tools & manufacturing processes.

Continue Reading

How To Prepare For Bank Exam Without Coaching | Tips For Self Study at Home

How To Prepare For Bank Exam Without CoachingBank jobs are always considered to be one of the most sought-after jobs in India. Being a high profile job, getting into this is way tougher than you expect it to be. Every year lakh of aspirants apply for various bank exams and only a few thousand make it to the final list. The selection of only a few thousand does not depend on the fact that they went to highly equipped coaching centers or were blessed with such intelligence. The ones who get selected in the bank entrance exams are not always the one opting for top coaching classes.

The Preliminary sections of any banking exam are almost the same whereas Mains exam varies from exams to exams. Below is the exam pattern for bank preliminary exam

Sections No of questions / Maximum marks Time duration
Reasoning Ability 35/35 60 Minutes
Quantitative Aptitude 35/35
English Language 30/30
Total 100/100

There is no specific exam pattern for bank mains exam as different banking exam

Follows a different pattern in the paper. The subjects included in the mains exam are as follows:

a) Reasoning Ability

b) Quantitative Aptitude

c) Computer Awareness

d) General Awareness

e) English Language

Knowing the exam pattern is not the only key to your preparation plan. You require more than that. You should be aware of the syllabus of the exam. Almost all banking exams mostly follow the same syllabus. You should be up-to-date with the topics included in the exam. This will help you in further preparing a blueprint for your preparation plan.

How to Prepare For Bank Exam without Coaching: Key Points

Once you have a fair knowledge of the exam pattern and the syllabus of the exam you are preparing for, it is time for you to swing into action and start your preparation. This is the point where you should understand how to prepare for bank exam without coaching and this will happen by keeping in mind the points given below:

How To Prepare For Bank Exam Without Coaching: Pointers To Remember While Preparing
Never underestimate yourself. If you think you can do it, you can do it.
Always be prepared to take any challenging question.
Perceive your strength and weaknesses.
Do not start with the mock tests right after your preparation, go for topic-wise easy quizzes.
Start with mock tests once you have covered half the topics of the exam.
Time your mock tests, this will assist you in taking the exam under time-pressure.
Make a study plan, design a comprehensive timetable for yourself.

How To Prepare For Bank Exam without Coaching | Topic-wise Preparation For Bank Exam

Let us now give you a topic-wise preparation plan for the various bank exam.

Quantitative Aptitude

Below are the preparation tips for Quantitative Aptitude:

How To Prepare For Bank Exam Without Coaching: Quantitative Aptitude Preparation
Follow school level syllabus of elementary Mathematics, this will help you in covering most of the topics.
Memorise the important formulas, tables, and theorems.
Solve the practice test papers topic wise.
Practice as much mock test papers as you can.
Mark your strong and weak topics; practice your weak topics more.
Practice and know various kinds of questions. The same question can be asked in a different way in the exam.

Reasoning Ability

Below are the preparation tips for Reasoning Ability:

How To Prepare For Bank Exam Without Coaching: Reasoning Ability Preparation
Start off your preparation with the important topics and then go on to topics that can score you well.
Make a timetable for preparing each and every topic according to the difficulty level.
Make note of important points and steps to solve questions.
Go through example questions and practice as many questions as possible of every type, especially from the difficult topics.
Do not start a new topic at the last moment.
Revise regularly.

Computer Awareness

Below are the preparation tips for Computer Awareness:

How To Prepare For Bank Exam Without Coaching: Computer Awareness Preparation
Solve computer quizzes on a daily basis.
Do practice on a desktop to understand the basics have a practical knowledge.
Practice keyboard shortcuts, Microsoft Office, etc. on the computer, it helps you get practical knowledge. 
Refer to your academic books for a general knowledge of computer software and hardware.
Jot down important points related to every topic and revise them regularly.
Have a basic understanding of how computer systems work.

General Awareness

Below are the preparation tips for General Awareness:

How To Prepare For Bank Exam Without Coaching: General Awareness Preparation
Allot one hour every day to study for the general awareness section.
Take GK quizzes to test your general knowledge.
Read newspapers and magazines often to stay updated on current events and issues.
Revise regularly.
Glance through the Class 10 level textbooks of History and Geography.

English Language

Below are the preparation tips for the English Language:

How to prepare for bank exam without coaching: English Language preparation
Read books and newspaper on a daily basis.
Make notes of any new word you come across to use it in your writings.
Practice writing as much as you can, that helps in improving your understanding of grammar.
Have a basic conversation with people in English language to speed up your English thinking process.
Focus on synonyms and antonyms, prepositions, conjunctions, tenses, etc.
Watching English series or movies to assist your grammar and vocabulary understanding.

Now that you have a basic knowledge of how to prepare for bank exam without coaching, we really hope you make it to the cutoff marks without difficulty. In fact, be in a position to score as high as possible because clearing the cutoff alone doesn’t guarantee selection. You can practice Bank Mock Test Series and test your knowledge of the topics you are preparing for on Imbibe, right from your home. Always maintain accuracy while solving any test paper and follow one book at a time for every subject.

Continue Reading

Live exam – 30-sep-2019

Exam have 3 category question paper as Math Reasoning General Knowledge and english .
Exam have 60 question in 45 mint each question have 1 point
better experience for bank exam
if you got 70 % marks in this exam then 500 + companies call you for direct job .
if you got minimum 40 % marks then 5000 + HR follows your profile for job.

Continue Reading
Close Menu
New Registration