Name of Post : JE Civil (Degree/Diploma)
Total Jobs:- 121 (B.TECH-61 , Diploma(Civil)-60
Job Experince:- Freshers
Panchayati Raj Department of Rajasthan will recruit 121 junior engineers; online applications will be invited from January 4.
Last Date :- 23 Jan 2012http://exam.rajpanchayat.gov.in/files/Advertisement_Jr_Eng.pdf
Part – B
-: CIVIL ENGINEERING :-
Building Technology and Construction Management :
Building materials; Stone, Brick, Tiles, Lime & Surkhi, Cement, Mortar, Concrete, Steel and
Wood; Introduction to Glass, Paint, Plastics, Aluminum, Reinforced and Fiber reinforced
cement concrete; Ferro cement, local building materials.
Brick and stone masonry, brick bonds and type of walls; Lintels and Arches; flat and pitched
roofs; Damp, sound and fire proofing, Expansion and construction joints; Centering and
shuttering; Stairs & Lifts; Doors & Windows; Load bearing and framed structure
construction. Basic Principles of planning of building, orientation of buildings.
preparation of construction schedules
Bar charts, Milestone charts, preparation of construction schedules; CPM & PERT. Crashing
on networks. project management
Fluid Mechanics :
Properties of fluids; Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids; Principles of fluid statics;
Kinematics of flow; Equations of motion; Energy and momentum-applications; Flow
measurement in pipes and open channels; Laminar and turbulent flow through pipes.
Performance parameters of pumps and turbines.
Surveying, Estimating Costing & Field Engineering :
Basic principles, Level, Theodolite, Tachometer, Compass and other instruments;
Introduction to Total station; Temporary and permanent adjustments; Measurement of
distances and directions; Leveling; Contouring; Traversing; Adjustment of survey data;
Computation of coordinates; Plane Table survey; Curves.
Estimation for quantities for various types of construction, like building construction, road
construction, plantation, water retaining structures, Rate Analysis. Preparation of Tender &
contract documents. Mode of measurements and recording of measurement in
Environmental Engineering :
Water supply; Demand; Sources; Quality standards; Water treatment: Coagulation,
flocculation, settling, filtration; Water softening; Electro-dialysis, R.O. and Ion exchange
Wastewater Treatment: Treatment scheme; Activated sludge process; Trickling filters; RBC,
UASB; Stabilization ponds and lagoons; Sludge handling and disposal.
Rural Water Supply & Sanitation :
Importance of village community in India, Traditional Sources of water in rural areas. Hand
pump technology, its operation and maintenance, water harvesting techniques. Design
consideration for rural water supply systems. Simple techniques for iron removal,
deflouridation and disinfection of water, water quality surveillance.
Simple techniques for disposal and treatment of solid waste, village latrines, septic tank, soak
pits, storm water and sullage problems.
Animal waste, method of composting,Biogas, Collection and disposal of waste. Health
benefits of sanitation. Problem of bio-medical waste, Dairy farms and cattle shed sanitation.
Planning of Communication support in rural supply and sanitation projects.
Rural Sanitation: Design consideration for rural water supply systems, hand pumps and their
maintenance construction of low cost latrines, construction of prefabricated septic tanks,
construction of soak-pits.
Transportation Engineering :
Highway Material & Testing : Properties of sub-grade soil, stone aggregates & bituminous
material, significance, method & application of various tests on soil, stone aggregate and
Geometric Design : Highway classification, design, cross-sectional elements, horizontal &
vertical alignment, sight distance, types of road crossings.
Highway construction and pavement design : Design of Highway Pavements : Design of
pavements; C.B.R. and G.I. method; I.R.C. design method of concrete pavement and flexible
pavement, Road Construction : Methods of constructing different types of roads viz. earth
roads, gravel roads, WBM and WMM roads, bituminous and concrete roads with special
reference to rural roads.
Water Resources Engineering :
Introduction, need for harnessing water resources; Irrigation practices; Irrigation-its
importance and impact on environment, assessment of water requirements for crops; Methods
of irrigation; canal and well irrigation; Design principles of irrigation canal, energy
dissipation; salient features of diversion head works; Falls; Regulators and cross drainage
structures; Reservoir and flood routing through reservoir; basic principles for design of
earthen dams and spillways.
Hydrological cycle and hydrologic budget; Precipitation; measurement and analysis; Stream
flow; Rainfall-Runoff relationship; frequency analysis; and flood disaster management, rain
water harvesting structures.
Elastic constants, stress, plane stress, Mohr’s circle of stress, strains, plane strain, Mohr’s
circle of strain, combined stress; Elastic theories of failure; Simple bending, shear; Torsion of
circular and rectangular sections and simple members.
Structural Analysis :
Slopes and deflections of determinate beams using conjugate beam method and moment area
method; Maxwell’s reciprocal theorem; Betti’s theorem; Castigliano’s theorems; Strain
energy expression; Strain energy method and virtual work (unit load). Static indeterminacy;
Force method, Three moment theorem; Column analogy method; Application to statically
determinate structures; Muller breslau’s principle.
Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering :
Soil and soil-mass constituents; weight-volume relationships, index properties, classification
of soils, soil structure and clay minerals. Capillarity, permeability and seepage through soils,
piping phenomenon, shearing strength of soil; determination of parameters by direct shear
box, tri-axial and unconfined compression test, vane shear test, typical stress-strain curves for
soils; determination of pore pressure coefficients. Liquefaction of soils, Soil compaction,
laboratory tests and field control. Ground improvement techniques: mechanical stabilization,
cement, lime and bitumen stabilization.
Types of foundations, Selection criteria, bearing capacity, settlement, laboratory and field
tests; Types of piles and their design and layout, Foundations on expansive soils, swelling
and its prevention, foundation on swelling soils.
Design of Concrete and Masonry Structures :
Materials for cement concrete; properties and testing of cement, water, fine and coarse
aggregates, brief introduction to admixtures. Concrete mix design procedures; properties and
testing of fresh and hardened concrete, durability of concrete.
Limit state design for bending, shear, axial compression and combined forces. Codal
provisions for slabs, beams, walls, columns and footings. Working stress method of design of
R.C. members. Design of cantilever and counterfort retaining walls earthquake resistance
structures. Analysis of stresses in R.C.C. domes design of domes for axi-symmetric loading.
Design of brick masonry as per I.S. code.
Design of Steel Structures :
Mild steel and high tensile steel, working stress, factor of safety, imposed loads on various
types of floors and roofs; introduction to IS:875 with respect to dead loads and imposed
loads. Design of riveted, welded and bolted joints. Design of tension members. Compression
members; axially and eccentrically loaded columns; built up columns; Design of beams;
simple and built up sections : laterally restrained and unrestrained beams; design of beam
column connections. Design of roof trusses. Column bases; column footing; grillage
9 Basic computer application :-
Introduction to computer , introduction to windows ,elements of word processing, spreadsheets
, Microsoft word ,excel, power-point programme. computer communication and use of internet
,web browsers, email protocol and basic internet manners, GPRS and its application in
construction activities, use of basic computer added software in rcc and steel structures design.
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Pattern of Question Papers :
1 Objective Type Question Paper.
2 Maximum Marks : 100
3 Number of Questions : 100
4 Duration of Paper : Two Hours.
5 All Questions carry equal marks.
6 There will be Negative Marking.
7 30% Questions will be from Part-A and 70% questions from Part-B.