SSC JE COACHING IN SONIPAT – SSC JE COACHING
Public Service Commissions, both at the Union and at the State level, are amongst the most important Public Institutions with long traditions which have served well. The establishment of this Institution had its origin in the history of Indian nationalism and the persistent demand of the leaders of freedom movement for progressive Indianisation of the Civil Service under British Raj. The Montagu-Chelmsford Report accepted in principle the demand for Indianisation of the higher civil services and accordingly a provision for this was made in the Government of India Act, 1919. The Royal Commission of the Superior Civil Service in India under the Chairmanship of Lord Lee, in its 1924 Report, recommended setting up of Public Service Commission of India. The Public Service Commission of India was set up on 1st October, 1926 under the Chairmanship of Sir Ross Barker.
The first Commission at the provincial level was the Madras Service Commission established in 1930 under a 1929 Act of the Madras legislature. The Government of India Act, 1935 provided for the establishment of a Public Service Commission for each Province. Accordingly, under the 1935 Act seven Public Service Commissions were established in 1937 for the provinces of Assam (at Shillong), Bengal (at Calcutta), Bombay and Sindh (at Bombay), Central Provinces, Bihar and Orissa (at Ranchi), Madras (at Madras), Punjab and North-West (at Lahore) and the United Provinces (at Allahabad). All the State Public Service Commissions including the successors of the older Provincial Public Service Commissions came to be established after the reorganization of States after independence.
Eligibility Criteria of HPSC
Nationality: A Candidate must be citizen of India
21 to 42 years as on 15.02.2017 (i.e. on or before the 15 days of the month next preceding the last date of submission of the application to the Commission).
- The upper age limit is relaxed able up to for 45 years for Scheduled Castes, Backward Classes, EBP (Gen.) and Unmarried Women of Haryana only as per Govt. Instructions.
- Relaxation in upper age limit is available for physically disabled candidates of Haryana up to 10 years for the Scheduled Castes/ Backward Castes candidates and up to five years for General
Category candidates :
- The age limit for the teachers working in the Education Department, Haryana shall be 45 years.
- Upper age limit is also relaxed able for a military person whether he joined military service before or after the declaration of emergency to the extent of his military service.
- The ex-military person must furnish the attested copy of discharge certificate including therein the date of entry and release the Army.
- Good academic record with at least 55% of the marks or an equivalent grade of B in the 7 point scale with letter grades O,A, B,C,D,E and F at the Master’s Degree level in the relevant subject from an Indian University or an equivalent degree from a Foreign University.
- Knowledge of Hindi/Sanskrit up to Matric standard.
- “National Eligibility Test (NET) conducted by the University Grant Commission, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research
Syllabus – AE Civil Engineering
(i) Building Materials and Construction- Stones, Timber, Bricks, Cement, Mortar, Concrete, Masonry, Steel.
(ii) Solid Mechanics- Stresses, Strains, Failures, Theories of Solid Material, Simple Bending and Torsion Theories, Shear Centre.
(iii) Graphic Static- Force Polygon, Stress diagram.
(iv) Structural Analysis – Analysis of trusses and frames, Introduction to plastic Analysis.
(v) The design of Metal Structure – Working stress and ultimate strength design of simple structures.
(vi) The design of Concrete and Masonry Structures- Design of masonry walls, working stress design of plain, reinforced and prestressed concrete, ultimate strength design of reinforced and prestressed concrete.
(vii) Fluid Mechanics, Water Resources Engineering –Open channel and pipe flow. Hydrology Design of canals and hydraulics structures.
(viii) Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering and their general principles. Strength parameters, Earth pressures Theories, Design of Shallow and Deep Foundations.
(ix) Transportation Engineering including Railway Engineering and Surveying, Roads Super-elevation, Ruling gradient pavements, Traffic Controls, Design Considerations.
(x) Environmental Engineering – Water purifications, Sewerage treatment, and disposal.
(xi) Construction Planning and Management – Elements of construction practice. Bar charts, CPM, PERT.
Syllabus – AE Mechanical Engineering
(i) Thermodynamics: Laws, Properties of ideal gasses and vapors, Power Cycles, Gas Power Cycles, Gas Turbine Cycles, Fuels and Combustion.
(ii) IC Engines: CI and SI engines Detonation, Fuel injection, and car-duration. Performance and Testing. Turbojet and Turboprop Engines, Rocket Engines, Elementary Knowledge of Nuclear Power Plants and Nuclear Fuels.
(iii) Steam Boiler, Engines, Nozzles and Steam Turbines Modern boilers, Steam Turbines types Flow of Steam through nozzles. Velocity diagrams for Impulse and Reaction Turbines. Efficiencies and Governing.
(iv) Compressors, Gas Dynamics and Gas Turbines Reciprocating Centrifugal and axial flow compressor. Velocity charts, Efficiency, and Performance, Effect of the Mechanical number on flow, isentropic flow. Regular Shocks and Flow through nozzles Gas Turbine Cycle with multistage compression. Reheating and Regeneration.
(v) Heat Transfer, Refrigeration, and Air-conditioning, Conduction, Convention and Radiation, Heat exchangers, types, combined Heat Transfer, Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient, Refrigeration and heat pump cycles. Refrigeration systems. The coefficient of performance. Psychometrics and psychometric chart, Comfort indices, Cooling and dehumidification methods. Industrial-Air-conditioning Process. Cooling and heating loads calculations.
(vi) Prosperities and classification of fluid. Fluid statics, kinematics and dynamics; principles and applications. Manometers and Buoyancy. A flow of ideal fluids. Laminar and turbulent flows, Boundary layer theory. Flow over immersed bodies. Flow through pipes and open channels. Dimensional analysis and similitude technique. Non-dimensional particular speed and classification of fluid mechanics in general. Energy transfers relation performance and operation of pumps and impulse and reaction water turbines. Hydrodynamic power transmission.
(vii) Theory of Machines: Velocity and acceleration (i) of moving bodies (ii) in machines. Klein’s construction, Inertia forces in machines. Cams, Gears, and Gearing. Flywheels and Governors, Balancing of Rotating and Reciprocating masses. Free and forced vibrations of systems. Critical speeds and whirling of shafts.
(viii) Machine Design: Design of Joints- Tread fasteners and Power Screws-Keys, Kotter’s Coupling-Welded Joints. Transmission system-Belt and chain drives wire ropes-shafts. Gears-*Siding and Rolling bearings.
(ix) The Strength of Materials: Stress and strain in two dimensions; Mohr’s circle’s relations between Elastic Constants. Beams-Bending moments, shearing forces and reflection. Shafts-combined bending, direct and torsional stresses. Thick Walled cylinder and spheres under Pressure, Springs Struts, and columns, Theories of failure.
(x) Engineering Materials; Alloys and Alloying Materials, heat treatment; Composition, properties and uses, Plastics and other newer engineering materials.
(xi) Production Engineering: Metal Machinery: Cutting Tools: Tool Materials, Wear, and Machinability, Measurement of cutting forces. Process: Machining Grinding, Boring, Geer, Manufacturing, Metal forming, Metal Casting and joining, Basic, Special Purpose, Programmed and numerically controlled machine tools, Jigs and fixtures (locating elements).
(xii) Industrial Engineering: Work study and work measurement Wage incentive, Design of Production System and Product Cost, Principles of Plant layout.
(xiii) Production Planning and Control Material Handling, Operations Research, Linear Programming Queuing Theory, Value Engineering, Network Analysis CPM and PERT. Use of computers
Syllabus – AE Electrical Engineering
(i) Electrical Circuits: Network theorems, Response of the system to step, ramp, impulse, and sinusoidal inputs. Frequency domain analysis. Two-port networks, Elements of network synthesis. Signal-flow graphs.
(ii) EM Theory: Electrostatics: Magnetostatics using vector methods. Fields in dielectrics in conductors and magnetic materials. Time varying fields, Maxwell’s equations. Plane wave propagation in conducting & dielectric media, Properties of Transmission lines.
(iii) Material Science (Electric Materials): Band Theory. The behavior of dielectrics in static and alternating fields. Piezoelectricity. The Conductivity of Metals. Superconductivity, Magnetic Properties of materials. Ferro and ferrimagnetism. Conduction in Semiconductors, Hall effect.
(iv) Electrical Measurements: Principles of Measurement. Bridge measurement of Circuit Parameters Measuring Instruments. VTVM and CRO, Q-Meter, Spectrum analyzer. Transducers and measurement of non-electrical quantities, Digital measurements, telemetered data recording, and display.
(v) Elements of Computation: Digital system, algorithms, and flow-charting, Storage: Type statements, array storage, Arithmetic expression, logical expressions. Assignments statements, Programme structure, Scientific and Engineering applications.
(vi) Power Apparatus and Systems: Electromechanics: Principles of electromechanical energy conversion. Analysis of DC, synchronous and Induction Machines. Fractional horsepower motors. Machines in Control Systems.
Transformers, Magnetic circuits, and Selection of a motor for drives. Power System : Electricity generation; Thermal, Hydro and Nuclear Power Transmissions, Corona, Bundle conductors, Power System Protection. Economic operations, Load frequency control, stability analysis.
(vii) Control Systems: Open loop and closed loop systems, Response Analysis, and Root locus Technique, balance, compensation and design techniques. State-variable Approach.
(viii) Electronics and Communications: Electronics: Solid state devices and circuits.Small signal amplifier design. Feedback Amplifiers, Oscillators and operational Amplifiers, FET circuits and linear ICs. Switching circuits Boolean Algebra, LogicCircuits, Combinational and sequential digital circuits. Communications: Signal Analysis.