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LICE JTO Exam Scheme:
The Question Paper will consists of two parts as given under
|Part A General English & General Studies (Objective Multiple choice Questions)||50 Marks(50 Question of one Mark each)||3 Hrs|
|Part B -Technical Paper (Specialization) (Objective Multiple Choice Questions)||100 Marks (100 Questions of one Mark each)|
The minimum qualifying marks in the examination will be 30% in each part and 37% in aggregate for OC category candidates and 23% in each part and 30% in aggregate for SC/ST category candidates. There would be negative marking and for each wrong answer 25% of the mark of that question would be deducted.
1 Part A General English & General Studies - 50 Marks. Standard of paper : Standard of the paper will be such
Questions of General Science will cover General Appreciation and understanding of Science including matters of everyday observations and experience, as may be expected of an educated person, who has not made a special study of any scientific discipline.
Questions in the Geography of India and its natural resources will relate to Physical Social & Economic Geography of India.
Questions on the General Mental Ability Test will include questions on Analogies, similarities, difference's, space visualization, problem solving, analysis, Judgment; decision making, visual memory, disalmination, observation, relationship, concepts, arithmetical reasoning, verbal & figure classification, arithmetical number series etc.
Part B- TECHNICAL PAPER-(SPECIALIZATION)-(100 Marks)
Standard of paper: The standard of Paper shall be that of an Engineering Diploma
Data Communication and Computer Network:
Data Network and Networking Basics; MAC & Data Link Layer Network, Transport (TCP/IP). Introduction to Computer Network, LAN, MAN, WAN, Network essentials, Internet addresses, ARF, RARP, Internet protocols, user data, gram protocol, transmission control protocol, routines, internet multi testing, socket interface, domain name system, applications.
Data Structure and Algorithms:
Basis concepts of data representation, introduction to algorithms design and data structure, Arrays stacks and queues, linked lists, storage allocation and garbage collection, symbol tables, Searching, Sorting and Merging Techniques.
Database Management System:
Database, Data models, rational algebra and normalization, statistical quality level, distributed and object data basis. Introduction to the Relational Model; Normalisation and Query Processing; Recovery, Concurrency Management and Database Security.
Electronic / Electrical Measurement & Measuring Instruments:
Electrical Measuring Instruments, Watt meters and 'energy meters, measurement o£ resistance, measurement of inductance and capacitance, electronic voltmeters, audio and radio frequency measurements, A F & R F Power measurements, digital instruments.
Electrical Installation & Maintenance:
Single-Phase supply vs. 3 Phase supply, Star Delta connections, relation between phase &line voltage power factor. All types of motor and generators-AC & DC transformers, starters, rectifiers, inverters, batteries. Installation, commissioning, earthing, insulation testing and maintenance, preventive maintenance, electrical accidents and safety measures, switchgear, sub-stations, maintenance of relays and circuit breakers. A.C. Circuits, Circuit Theorems, Four Terminal Passive Networks, Coupled circuits and their analysis, Passive filters, Lightening protection, power electronics application in control of drivers, Refrigeration & air-conditioning.
Fundamentals of Digital Circuits :
Fundamentals of digital electronics ,Transistor as a switching elements; Boolean algebra, Simplification of Boolean functions, Karnaugh Map and applications; Number System, IC Logic Gates, Logic-Circuits, Encoders and Decoders, binary code converters, Arithmetic Logic Units (ALU), DTL, TTL, NMOS, PMOS AND CMOS gates and their comparison; Combination logic circuits; Half adder, full adder; Digital Comparator, Multiplexer Demultiplexer; ROM and their applications. Flip-flops, R-SJ-K,D and T Flip-flops; Different type of counters and registers; A/D and D/A converters.
Amplitude, frequency and phase modulation, their generation and demodulation, Noise. PCM, basic principles of SPC Exchanges. Quantization & Coding; Time division and frequency division multiplexing; Equalization; Optical communication-in free space & fibre optic; Propagation of signals at HF,VHF,UHF and Microwave frequency; Satellite Communication.
Foundation in Information Technology :
Information System - Hardware; Software; Software Engineering; Operating Systems.
An Object Oriented approach : Introduction to Object Oriented Concepts; Object Oriented Programming Language; Object Oriented Analysis and Design.
Discrete Electronic Devices & Circuits:
The P-N Junction, Junction Diode, Zener Diode, B.J.T. configurations and biasing, low frequency low signal Hybrid Models of BJT; JFET, MOSFET, C MOS, Photo-Electric Devices, Feedback Amplifiers, Oscillators, R.F. Voltage Amplifiers using BJT, Special Semiconductor Devices.
Architecture & programming of 8086/8088, Microprocessor based data acquisition, memory address & DMA controllers, arithmetic co-processor, other micro processors, micro processor applications. Study of Peripheral Chips : 8255, 8279,8155, 8259. Study of ADC 0808, DAC 0800.
Radio Communication Systems:
Principles of Radio Communication, A.M., F.M. Radio, Phase Modulation. Signal conditioning and Transmission Study of special chips, output interfacing, output instruments-indicators, recorders, data acquisition systems data loggers, servo mechanism, electronic process control instrumentation. Wave propagation, Microwave devices & components, microwave measurements, antenna fundamental & their characteristic. Audio Engineering, sound transducers, sound recording & reproduction, sound transmission, radio transmission, radio reception.