RRB JEE SYLLABUS

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Dec 5, 2016

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RRB JEE is a national level examination conducted for the recruitment of Junior Engineer in railway department. It is a pen-paper test and contains multiple choice objective type questions.

There are total 150 questions where 90 questions will be based on General Science & Technical Ability and 60 questions will be based on Logical Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, and General Awareness & Intelligence. Candidates are required to complete the test within 2 hours of duration. There is negative marking in RRB JEE, 1/3rd marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.


RRB JEE Syllabus 2017

RRB is conducted for the recruitment of candidates in different departments as Junior Engineer V=viz. Senior Estimator, Estimator, Research Engineering, Mechanical Workshop, Engineer Workshop, (W/Shop) Engine Development, Mechanical (MWT), Carriage & Wagon (Open Line), (Research) Mechanical, Diesel Mechanical, Mechanical, Diesel Electrical, (Drawing/Design/ Designing& Drawing) Mechanical/Mechanical Design, Loco, Depot Material Superintendent, and many more. The complete syllabus of RRB JEE detailed below.

Subject  Syllabus
Arithmetic Factors & simplification, Algebra: Basic algebra, polynomials, installments, Arithmetic Simple & compound interest, taxation, Ratio & proportion, shares & dividends, time, percentage, distance & work, Pipes & Cisterns, profit & loss, Mensuration, Investment, Problem on Ages, etc. from Data Interpretation Pictorial Graph, Histogram, Use of Tables and Graphs, Frequency polygon, Pie-chart, Bar-diagram, etc.
General Awareness Indian Politics, Indian History, Current Events, Economy, Geography, Current International & national events, sports, banking, Finance & Marketing, Rail Budget, Railway, Reform & New Technologies in Indian Railway.
General Intelligence & Logical reasoning Similarities and differences, spatial visualization, problem-solving, spatial orientation, judgment, analysis, decision making, discrimination, visual memory, observation, arithmetic reasoning, relationship concepts, verbal and figure classification, non-verbal series, arithmetical number series, coding and decoding, syllogistic reasoning, statement conclusion, Analogies.

Technical Ability: This section has questions based on the subjects of the selected branch and here we have mentioned branch-wise syllabus in detail.

Branch Syllabus
Mechanical Engineering Theory of Machines, Engineering Mechanics, Design for static and dynamic loading, Strength of Materials, Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer, Power Engineering, Rankine, Steam Tables, I.C. Engines: air-standard Otto, Brayton cycles with regeneration and reheat, Diesel cycles, Machining and Machine Tool Operations, Metal Casting, Metrology and Inspection.
Civil Engineering Structural Analysis, Mechanics, Steel Structures, Concrete Structures, Soil Mechanics, Bridge Construction, Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics, Hydrology, Water requirements, Traffic Engineering, Highway Planning, Importance of surveying, mapping concepts, principles and classifications, coordinate system, Costing and Valuation & Building Materials, measurements of distance and directions, map projections, leveling, plane table surveying, theodolite traversing, errors and adjustments, Environmental Engineering, curves, Estimating.
Electronics Engineering Intrinsic and extrinsic silicon. Electronic Devices: Energy bands in silicon, Carrier transport in silicon: diffusion current, mobility, drift current, and resistivity. p-n junction diode, Generation and recombination of carriers, Zener diode, JFET, M tunnel diode, BJT OS, MOSFET, p-I-n, LED, and avalanche photo diode, Analog Circuits, Vector Diode, Digital Circuits, Control System & Communication Basics, Signal & Systems , Basic & Fundamental Electronics Concept, Wireless Communication, Signal & Systems, Antennas, EMFT, Arrays.
Electrical Engineering Electric Circuits and Fields, Basics of Circuits and Measurement Systems Signals and Systems, Electrical Machines, Control Systems, Power Systems, Electrical and Electronic Measurements, Analog and Digital Electronics, Basics of circuit & Power Electronics , Electrical Machines, Power Electronics and Drives.
Computer Science Computer fundamentals & organization; C++, C , & Java language; Databases, DBMS; Information systems; System programming; UNIX; Operating systems; SAD, Web technology & programming; Data & Network communication; Software Engineering, Algorithms, MS Office, Computer Networks.
Information Technology (Junior Engineer) Computer fundamentals & organization; C++, C , & Java language; SAD; DBMS; Information systems; System programming; UNIX; Web technology & programming; Data & Network communication; Operating systems; Software Engineering; Environment & Pollution Control, MS Office.
Instrumentation and Measurement Transducers, Basics of Circuits and Measurement Systems, Mechanical Measurement, Analog Electronics, Industrial Instrumentation, Digital Electronics, Measurement System, Signal Systems, Process Control, Transducers, Control Systems & Instrumentation. Measurement & Control Systems, Signal & System.
Environment & Pollution Control Questions will target general topics related to the environment such as Pollution Control, Types of Pollution, Environment, etc.
Printing press (Junior Engineer) Science including Physics, Chemistry, Environment & Pollution Control , Mathematics, Printing techniques; Paper & Ink technology; Printing materials; Digital technology & Imaging; Printing surface preparation; Basic concepts of Computers, Control Application in Printing; Offset Printing; Flexo & Gravure; Color science; Newspaper printing;
Engineering Graphics/ drawing This section will be entirely based on the concept of Engineering Drawing and Fundamental of graphics.

*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.

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