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SSC JE VS RRB JE Syllabus
The Staff Selection Commission (https://ssc.nic.in/)every year recruits many Junior Engineers for various posts under SSC JE Recruitment. Working as an SSC JE is considered to be one of the most respected jobs in society. Thousands of Candidates apply for this job since it is one of the most renowned govt exam in the country. The SSC JE Examination is divided into three branches of engineering such as Civil, Electrical and Mechanical.
The Staff Selection Commission Junior Engineer(SSC JE) exam is conducted into two phases. Phase 1 consists of multiple choices questions with sections like General Intelligence and Reasoning, General Awareness and General Engineering. The Syllabus for the General Engineering portion varies upon which engineering branch the candidate is from.
In this Blog, we will check the detailed syllabus for both Phase 1 and Phase 2.
SSC JE Syllabus:Syllabus for Phase 1
SSC JE Syllabus: General Intelligence and Reasoning
This section consists of questions from both verbal and non- verbal section. In SSC JE this section also determines a candidates ability to solve situation-based problems with abstract ideas, relationships and symbols between many arithmetic and analytical thinking. The total marks for this section is 50.
The Topics included in General Intelligence and Reasoning section are as follows:
- Problem Solving
- Arithmetical Computations and Other Analytical Functions
- Abstract Ideas and Symbols and Their Relationships
- Verbal and Figure Classification
- Relationship Concepts
- Decision Making
- Space Visualization
- Arithmetical Number Series
- Arithmetical Reasoning
- Visual Memory
SSC JE Syllabus: General Awareness
It is very important for an SSC JE candidate to stay updated with all the current day to day life scenarios. The General Awareness section in SSC JE examination checks the candidate’s knowledge about current affairs, history geography, political, history, and economy-related topics. In these sections, questions can also be around applying the very simple scientific methods in our everyday life. The total marks for this section is 50.
The Topics included in General Awareness section are as follows;
- Current Affairs
- Economic Science
- India and its Neighbouring Countries
- General Polity
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SSC JE Syllabus: General Engineering
The General Engineering section consists of specific disciplinary technical questions. This section has to be explained keeping in mind the different branches of engineering. The three branches with their respective subject related syllabus are as follows. The total marks for this section is 100.
SSC JE Syllabus (Part A) : (1) Civil Engineering
|Fluid Statics, Measurement of Fluid Pressure|
|Nozzles & Steam Turbines|
|Fitting & Accessories|
|IC Engine Cooling and Lubrication|
|1st and 2nd Law of Thermodynamics|
|Properties & Classifications Of Fluids|
|.The Principle of Refrigeration Plant|
|Air Compressors & their Cycles|
|Ranking Cycle of System|
|IC Engine Performance|
|.Estimating, Costing and Valuation|
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SSC JE Syllabus (Part A) : (2) Structural Engineering
|RCC Design, Steel Design|
|Theory of Structures|
SSC JE Syllabus (Part B) : Electrical Engineering
|Utilization and Electrical Energy|
|Transmissions and Distribution|
|Fractional Kilowatt Motors and Single Phase Induction Motors|
|Estimation and Costing|
|Measurement and Measuring Instruments|
SSC JE Syllabus (Part C) : Mechanical Engineering
|Dynamics of Ideal Fluids|
|Classification of Steels|
|Engineering Mechanics and Strength of Materials|
|Measurement of Flow Rate|
|.Properties of Pure Substances|
|Theory of Machines and Machine Designs|
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SSC JE Syllabus: Syllabus for Phase 2
SSC JE Syllabus For Structural Engineering (Part A)
SSC JE Syllabus For Structural Engineering
|Theory of Structures
|Design of Steel||
Design of Reinforced Concrete Structure
|Questions of this section maybe either from Limit State or Working Stress Methods.
SSC JE Syllabus 2019 For Electrical Engineering (Part B)
|Concepts Of Electrical Engineering||Electromagnetic induction, self and mutual induction.
Concepts of current, voltage, power, energy and their units.
Circuit law : Kirchhoff‟s law, Simple Circuit solution using network theorems
|Fundamentals Of Alternating Current||Poly Phase system – star and delta connection, 3 phase power, DC and sinusoidal response of R-Land R-C circuit.
Representation of sinusoidal wave form, simple series and parallel AC Circuits consisting of R.L. and C, Resonance, Tank Circuit.
Instantaneous, peak, R.M.S. and average values of alternating waves.
|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.
SSC JE Syllabus For Mechanical Engineering (Part C)
|Theory of Machine Designs||
RRB JE Syllabus
The Railway Recruitment Board every year invites application for Junior Engineer and Senior Section Engineer. It is one of the biggest employers in India for various job profiles, out of which Engineering Posts have quite a large number of vacancies. RRB JE is conducted in two stages CBT-1 and CBT-2. The Stage 1 exam is a computer-based test. The CBR-1 exam is divided into four sections such as General Awareness, General Science, Reasoning, and Mathematics. Let’s check the details of all the topics of each section. The CBT-1 is of 100 Marks and CBT-2 is 150 marks, with 1/3 negative marking.
RRB JE Syllabus CBT-1: Mathematics Section
This is the first section of RRB JE, to clear this section you need to have a clear understanding of class 7-10 maths. The topics included under this section are Number Systems, Decimals, Polynomials, Factors and Simplification, Ratio and Proportion, Time and Distance, Percentage, Profit and Loss, Pipes and Cisterns, Problem on Ages, Bar-Diagram.
RRB JE Syllabus CBT-1: General Awareness
It is very important for an RRB JE candidate to stay updated with all the current day to day life scenarios. The General Awareness section in RRB JE examination checks the candidate’s knowledge about Rail Budget, Finance Marketing, current affairs, history geography, political, history, and economy-related topics. In this sections questions can also be around applying the very simple scientific methods in our everyday life.
RRB JE Syllabus CBT-1: General Intelligence and Reasoning
In RRB JE this section also determines a candidates ability to solve situation-based problems with abstract ideas, relationships and symbols between many arithmetic and analytical thinking..The Topics included in General Intelligence and Reasoning section are as follows,Decision Making, Direction Sense, Visual Memory,Blood Relations,Figural Classification, Arithmetical Reasoning, Similarities and Differences, Space Visualization or Space Orientation, Analogy,Non-Verbal Series,Number Series, Input-Output, Syllogism, Coding-Decoding, Word Building, Clock,Seating Arrangement.
RRB JE Syllabus CBT-1: General Science
In RRB JE the general science section includes all the topics of science subject from class 7- 10. It includes basic high school science, do follow CBSE books of class 9 and 10 especially.
RRB JE Syllabus CBT-2
The RRB JE CBT-2 consists of 150 marks. There is a negative marking of 1/3 for this stage as well. RRB JE CBT-2 contains Technical Abilities section which varies branch wise. Syllabus for braches of Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering has been mentioned above in SSC JE which is similar in RRB JE as well, the candidates can refer them above. The Technical Syllabus for branches of Electronics and Computer Engineering are mentioned below;
RRB JE Syllabus CBT-2 for Electronics Engineering
The Topics included in Electronics Engineer are Tunnel, Control System, Junctions, Diodes, EMFT, Analog, and Digital Circuits, Communication, Basics of Signal and Systems, Electronic Devices, Wireless Communication, Energy Bands, Signal and Systems, Generation and recombination of carriers.
RRB JE Syllabus CBT-2 for Computer Engineering
The Topics included in Computer Engineering are DBMS, Operating Systems, Computer Networks, Web Technology and Programming, Network Communication, Database, Algorithms, System Programming, Computer Fundamentals, MS Office, Information Systems, Software Engineering.
We hope this blog has given you detailed information on Syllabus for both SSC JE and RRB JE. The aspirants might have observed that the marks in RRB JE CBT – 1 is less than SSC JE Phase 1, and every year the vacancies of Railways recruitment board is higher than Staff Selection Committee. The conclusion is RRB JE is easier to qualify since the marks in the first stage is less as compared to SSC JE. The Phase 2 exams of both the section include the same technical knowledge needed.
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