- Principal, Industrial Training Institute/ Assistant Director Of Training
- Assistant Engineer (Industries)
Important Date to Note
|Starting date for Apply Online||26.11.2018|
|Last date for Apply Online||24.12.2018|
|Last date for Payment (SBI or Indian Bank) or Post Office.||27.12.2018|
Date of Examination
|Paper-I (Basics of Engineering)||02.03.2019 (10.00 A.M. to 01.00 P.M)|
|Paper – II (General Studies)||02.03.2019 (02.30 P.M. to 04.30 P.M)|
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- Principal, Industrial Training Institute/ Assistant Director Of Training : Minimum 24 years and maximum 30 years
- Assistant Engineer (Industries) : Minimum 18 years and maximum 35 years
- Written Examination
- Oral Test
Scale Of Pay
- Principal, Industrial Training Institute/ Assistant Director Of Training – 56100 -177500/-
- Assistant Engineer (Industries) – 37700 – 119500/-
- Principal, Industrial Training Institute/ Assistant Director Of Training : 9
- Assistant Engineer (Industries) : 32
- 200 (150 for Assistant Engineer)
|Subject||Duration||Maximum Marks||Minimum Qualifying Marks for Selection|
|SCs, SC(A)s, STs, MBCs/DCs, BCs & BCMs||Others|
|i. Paper –I (SUBJECT PAPER)
Degree Standard (200 Questions) BASICS OF ENGINEERING (code No. 230)
ii. Paper – II GENERAL STUDIES (Code No-003) (100 Questions) General Studies (Degree standard) – 75 Questions Aptitude and Mental Ability (SSLC Standard) – 25 Questions.
iii. Interview and Records
|Name of Post||Qualification|
|Principal, Industrial Training Institute / Assistant Director of Training||(i) A degree in any branch of Engineering or Technology of any recognised University or Institution under the purview of All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
(ii) Practical experience in a workshop or factory for a period of not less than three years.
|Assistant Engineer (Industries)
Paper-I (Degree Standard)
Unit I – Mathematics:
- Matrices: Eigenvalues – Eigenvectors – Cayley–Hamilton theorem –Similar and Orthogonal transformations – Reduction of a quadratic form to Canonical form by orthogonal transformation. Ordinary differential equations: Order and degree – Types of Equations – Higher order linear ODE with constant coefficients – Method of variation of parameters – Cauchy’s and Legendre’s linear equations – Simultaneous first order linear equations with constant coefficient. Functions of several variables : Partial derivatives – Total derivatives – Euler’s theorem – Implicit functions–Jacobians– Taylor’s theorem – Maxima and Minima. Integration: Techniques of integration using integration by parts and Bernoulli’s formula – Line, Surface and Volume Integrals – Change of order of integration. Vector Calculus: Vectors and scalars – Directional derivatives – Gradient, Divergence and Curl of vectors – Applications of Green’s theorem, Gauss divergence theorem and Stoke’s theorem. Complex variables: Verification of Analyticity – Construction of Analytic functions – Conformal Mappings – Bilinear transformations. Complex Integration: Cauchy’s integral theorem – Cauchy’s fundamental theorem – Cauchy’s residue theorem – Taylor’s theorem – Laurent’s series–Contour integration (excluding poles on the real axis) Laplace transform: Existence of Laplace transform – Laplace transform of elementary functions– Properties – Laplace transform of Periodic functions – Inverse Laplace transform – Convolution theorem – Solution of linear second order ODE by Laplace transform technique
Unit II – Engineering Physics:
- Newton’s laws of motion – gravitation – work, energy and power – elasticity – moduli of elasticity and their determination-sound intensity level – reverberation – ultrasonics: production and detection – thermal conductivity and expansion – flow of heather modynamics – heat engines – optical interference, anti-reflection coatings – diffraction and polarization – lasers and types – optical fibres and applications – photoelectric effect – atom models – dual nature of matter and radiation – nuclear models –radioactivity – nuclear fission and fusion – crystal structures – unit cells – packing factor –imperfections – superconductivity – magnetic and dielectric materials – semiconducting materials – nano materials.
Unit III – Engineering Chemistry:
- Fuel –Classification of fuels – Calorific value – Solid fuel – Liquid fuel – Gaseous fuel – Octane number – Cetane Number – Fuel Cells. Lubricants – Classification – Greases – 22 Solid Lubricants. Water – Sources – Classifications – Softening process – Desalination – RO Method – Internal treatment – Treatment of Water for Municipal purposes. Plastics – High polymer – classification – Polymerization techniques – Thermoplastics – Thermo setting resins – examples. Rubber – Types of Rubber – Vulcanisation – Properties – Unvulcanised and Vulcanised. Natural Rubber – Synthetic Rubber – examples. Refractories – Classification – Manufacture of Refractories – Magnesite – Silica – Zirconia – Chromite. Abrasives – Natural – Artificial–Abrasive paper & cloth. Corrosion: Dry and Wet corrosion – Factors affecting corrosion- Different types of corrosion. Productive coating – Hot dipping- metal cladding, electrode position – Organic Coatings – Paints – Varnishes. Cement and lime- setting and hardening. Explosives- classifications characteristics-requirements for good explosives- nitrocellulose- TNT- TNB-DNB-PETNRDX. Alloys- purpose of making alloy- types of alloys- Ferrous alloys. Electro chemistry – conductors and non conductors – Kohlrausch law – Electro chemical cell-reversible and irreversible cells – EMF- Concentration cell- polarization – over voltage, decomposition potential.
Unit IV – English :
- Grammar: Articles – Prepositions – Tenses (simple present, present continuous, simple past, past continuous, future, & perfect tenses) – Modal verbs – Clauses – Conditional clauses – Subject-Verb agreement – conjunctions – Active & passive voice – Reported speech (Direct to Indirect speech) – Error correction – Combining sentences using connectives – Cause & effect expressions (because, so, due to, on account of, etc.) – Framing questions (converting statements into questions) Vocabulary: Synonyms & antonyms – Prefixes, suffixes & intensifying prefixes (e.g. Flammable – inflammable) – Phrasal verbs – Idioms – Fixed expressions (e.g. adhere to, lodge a complaint to, etc.) – One word substitution – Collocation – Expansion of compound nouns (e.g. keyboard) Reading: Reading comprehension passage – Data interpretation (e.g. comprehension questions based on table /chart) – Choosing appropriate title for a given short passage – Inferential questions based on a short reading passage – Reading comprehension questions making use of scanning & skimming strategies – Jumbled Sentences. Writing: Definitions (instrument & technical terms) – Visual interpretation (picture/photo/chart etc.) – process description – Letter writing (formal / official) – email communication (email etiquette) – essays.
Unit V – Basics Of Computer Engineering:
- Computer Organization – CPU and Microprocessor [ALU, Control Unit and Bus Structure] – Data Storage [Primary, Secondary and Virtual] – Input and Output Devices Systems Software – Assembler – Compiler – Loader – Linker – Operating Systems Programming Languages – Classification of Programming Language, High-Level Languages Basic Computer Networking – Network Components [Routers, Bridges, Gateways] – ISO-OSI Reference Model – LAN – WAN – Client-Server Architecture – Internet 23 Applications – Office Tools – Word-processor – Spreadsheet – Power point – Database – E-mail – Browser IT Enabled Services – E-Government – E-Commerce – Multimedia
Unit VI – Basics Of Civil And Mechanical Engineering:
- Introduction to Engineering mechanics – Units and Dimensions – Laws of Mechanics – Coplanar Forces – Static Equilibrium of Rigid body – Moment of a force – free body diagram – friction – laws of friction – sliding friction – wedge friction – Rolling resistance – Lader friction – Friction in screws – Screw jack – Belt friction – Properties of surfaces and solids – Centroids and centre of mass – line and areas – Rectangular, circular, triangular areas by integration – T-section, I- Section, Angle section, Hollow section – Area moment of inertia of plane areas – Parallel axis theorem – Centroid of the simple solids – Dynamics of particle – Displacement, velocity and acceleration – Different types of motion – Rectilinear , Curvilinear and Projectile motions – Newton’s II-law of motion – Work Energy equation – Impulse and momentum principles.
Unit VII – Basics Of Electrical And Electronics Engineering:
- Ohm’s law- Kirchoff’s laws – Introduction to DC and AC circuits –Power and power factor-single phase and three phase circuits Operating principles of moving coil and moving iron instruments (voltmeters and ammeters) – wattmeters and energy meters Construction and principle of operation: DC motors- DC generators-Transformers Induction motors Characteristics of PN junction diode – zener diode- half wave and full wave rectifiers- Bipolar junction transistor (CC,CE,CB configurations)-Amplifiers Operational amplifiers Binary number system- logic gates- Boolean algebra – Half and full adders- Flip-flops –registers and counters- A/D and D/A conversion Types of analog and digital signals- Modulation and Demodulation(amplitude and frequency) Communication systems: Radio- TV- Fax- Microwave-Satellite and optical fibre
Unit VII – Principles Of Management:
- Management- Definition, Evolution- Taylor, Fayol, Elton Mayo, Peter Drucker Planning Types, Steps, Forecasting, MBO, MBE Organising- Departmentation- Line and staff, Delegation and Decentralization Staffing- Manpower planning, Recruitment and selection, Training, Performance Appraisal Directing- Leadership styles, Discipline, Communication in business Controlling- Types, Control Techniques, Budgetary Control, Statistical Control
Unit IX – Total Quality Management:
- Quality – vision, mission and policy statement, dimensions of product and service quality, contributions of quality gurus-Deming, Juran, Crosby, Masaaki Imai, Feigenbaum, Ishikawa, Cost of Quality, continuous process improvement- PDCA, Quality Circle, 5S, Kaizen, Statistical Process Control (SPC), 7 QC Tools, new management tools, benchmarking, 6 sigma, Process Quality, Quality Function Deployment(QFD), POKA 24 YOKE, Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), Business Process Reengineering(BPR), ISO 9004: 2000 – QMS, ISO-14000.
Unit X – Environmental Science And Engineering:
- Environment– Global perspective- awareness of environmental pollution- Classification of Pollutants- Air Pollution- Composition of Air – Major sources of air pollution. Gaseous Pollutants- effect of air pollution on weather, climate, atmospheric process, NOX, SO2, CO, CO2, Fly ash, Vehicular pollution- automobile emission- prevention- green house effect – chlorofluoro carbon- ozone layer -ozone depletion- smog- photo chemical smog, acid rain. Water pollution- types of water pollution- Factors affecting surface water – sewage and domestic waste – BOD, COD. Industrial effluent- harmful effects of industrial pollutants- agricultural discharge – detergent and toxic metal – siltation. Thermal pollutants- effect of thermal pollution- radioactive pollutant – inorganic pollutants and its detrimental effects. Soil Pollution- sources of soil pollution- effect of carbon waste- noise pollution- sources of noises of pollution- types of noise pollution- prevention and control.
Paper-II General Studies (Degree Standard)
Unit-I: General Science
- Physics Universe-General Scientific laws-Scientific instruments-Inventions and discoveries-National scientific laboratories-Science glossary-Mechanics and properties of matter-Physical quantities, standards and units-Force, motion and energy-Electricity and Magnetism, Electronics and Communication -Heat, light and sound-Atomic and nuclear physics-Solid State Physics – Spectroscopy- Geophysics – Astronomy and space science.
- Chemistry Elements and Compounds-Acids, bases and salts-Oxidation and reduction Chemistry of ores and metals-Carbon, nitrogen and their compounds-Fertilizers, pesticides, insecticides-Biochemistry and biotechnology-Electrochemistry-Polymers and plastics.
- Botany Main Concepts of life science-The cell-basic unit of life-Classification of living organism-Nutrition and dietetics-Respiration-Excretion of metabolic waste-Bio communication.
- Zoology Blood and blood circulation-Endocrine system-Reproductive system-Genetics the science of heredity-Environment, ecology, health and hygiene, Bio- diversity and its conservation-Human diseases-Communicable diseases and non- communicable diseases- prevention and remedies- Alcoholism and drug abuse-Animals, plants and human life
Unit- II : Current Events
- History Latest diary of events – National–National symbols-Profile of States-Defence, national security and terrorism-World organizations-pacts and summits-Eminent persons & places in news-Sports & games-Books & authors -Awards & honours-Cultural panorama-Latest historical events – India and its neighbours – Latest terminology Appointments-who is who?
- Political Science India’s foreign policy 2. Latest court verdicts – public opinion 3. Problems in conduct of public elections 4. Political parties and political system in India 5. Public awareness & General administration 6. Role of Voluntary organizations & Govt., 7. Welfare oriented govt. schemes, their utility
- Geography Geographical landmarks-Policy on environment and ecology
- Economics Current socio-economic problems-New economic policy & govt. sector
- Science Latest inventions on science & technology-Latest discoveries in Health Science Mass media & communication 26
Unit-III : Geography
- Earth and Universe – Solar system-Atmosphere hydrosphere, lithosphere – Monsoon, rainfall, weather and climate – Water resources – rivers in India-Soil, minerals & natural resources – Natural vegetation – Forest & wildlife-Agricultural pattern, livestock & fisheries -Transport including Surface transport & communication – Social geography – population – density and distribution-Natural calamities – disaster management-Climate change – impact and consequences – mitigation measures – Pollution Control.
Unit-IV : History And Culture Of India
- Pre-historic events -Indus valley civilization-Vedic, Aryan and Sangam age-Maurya dynasty-Buddhism and Jainism-Guptas, Delhi Sultans, Mughals and Marathas-Age of Vijayanagaram and the bahmanis-South Indian history – Culture and Heritage of Tamil people-Advent of European invasion-Expansion and consolidation of British rule – Effect of British rule on socio-economic factors-Social reforms and religious movements – India since independence-Characteristics of Indian culture-Unity in diversity – race, colour, language, custom-India-as secular state-Organizations for fine arts, dance, drama, music Growth of rationalist, Dravidian movement in TN-Political parties and populist schemes Prominent personalities in the various spheres – Arts, Science, literature and Philosophy – Mother Teresa, Swami Vivekananda, Pandit Ravishankar , M.S.Subbulakshmi, Rukmani Arundel and J.Krishnamoorthy etc.
Unit-V: L Indian Polity
- Constitution of India – Preamble to the constitution- Salient features of constitution- Union, State and territory- Citizenship-rights amend duties- Fundamental rights- Fundamental duties- Human rights charter- Union legislature – Parliament- State executive- State Legislature – assembly- Status of Jammu & Kashmir- Local government – panchayat raj – Tamil Nadu- Judiciary in India – Rule of law/Due process of law- Indian federalism – center – state relations-. Emergency provisions- Civil services in India- Administrative challenges in a welfare state- Complexities of district administration- Elections – Election Commission Union and State. Official language and Schedule-VIII- Amendments to constitution- Schedules to constitution-. Administrative reforms & tribunals- Corruption in public life- Anti-corruption measures – Central Vigilance Commission, lok-adalats, Ombudsman, – Comptroller and Auditor General of India- Right to information – Central and State Commission- Empowerment of women- Voluntary organizations and public grievances Redressal- Consumer protection forms
Unit- VI: Indian Economy
- Nature of Indian economy-Need for economic planning-Five-year plan models-an assessment-Land reforms & agriculture-Application of science in agriculture Industrial growth-Capital formation and investment-Role of public sector & disinvestment Development of infrastructure- National income- Public finance & fiscal policy- Price policy & public distribution- Banking, money & monetary policy- Role of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)- WTO-globalization & privatization- Rural welfare oriented programmes Social sector problems – population, education, health, employment, poverty-HRD – 27 sustainable economic growth- Economic trends in Tamil Nadu -Energy Different sources and development- Finance Commission -Planning Commission- National Development Council
Unit-VII: Indian National Movement
- National renaissance-Early uprising against British rule-1857 Revolt- Indian National Congress-Emergence of national leaders-Gandhi, Nehru, Tagore, Nethaji -Growth of militant movements -Different modes of agitations-Era of different Acts & Pacts-World war & final phase struggle-Communalism led to partition-Role of Tamil Nadu in freedom struggle – Rajaji, VOC, Periyar, Bharathiar & Others-Birth of political parties /political system in India since independence.
Unit-VIII: Aptitude And Mental Ability Tests
- Conversi on of information to data-Collection, compilation and presentation of data – Tables, graphs, diagrams-Parametric representation of data-Analytical interpretation of data -Simplification-Percentage-Highest Common Factor (HCF)-Lowest Common Multiple (LCM)-Ratio and Proportion-Simple interest-Compound interest-Area-Volume-Time and Work-Behavioural ability -Basic terms, Communications in information technology Application of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)- Decision making and problem solving-Logical Reasoning-Puzzles-Dice-Visual Reasoning-Alpha numeric Reasoning-Number Series-Logical Number/Alphabetical/Diagrammatic Sequences.
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