UKSSSC has Released the Exam date of Re-Exam of Electrical & Mechanical 2017. Its Written Exam will Conduct on 10/01/2021. Its Detailed Syllabus is Not Available on Official Website. But you Can prepare for this Exam from the Official Syllabus of your Engineering Course. This Complete Course will Aske in your Exam. In further this Article, Syllabus is Available Only for Civil Branch, Its Exam Already Conducted. Check Here
UKSSSC JE Exam Plan 2020
Written Exam will be Conducted Offline (OMR Sheet).
Written Exam consists 100 Question.
All Question released to Civil Engineering Diploma.
Each Question have 1 Marks.
Total Marks will be 100.
Exam Duration will be 2 Hour.
There will be 1/4th Negative Mark for Each wrong Answer
Written Exam have Syllabus Belongs to Civil Engineer Diploma.
UKSSSC JE Exam Pattern
No Exam pattern is Provided by the Recruitment Board, This exam pattern is based on Given Information in Exam plan
Civil Engineering Diploma Subjects
UKSSSC JE Syllabus
Written Exam consist Complete Syllabus of Civil Engineering Diploma from All Subjects. here I am trying to Cover All the Syllabus Here
1. Introduction 2. Properties of Fluids 3.Hydrostatic Pressure 4. Measurement of Pressure 5. Fundamentals of Fluid Flow 6. Flow Measurements 7. Flow through Pipes 8. Flow through open channels 9. Hydraulic Pumps
1. Introduction 2. Laws of Forces 3. Moment 4. Friction 5. Center of Gravity 6. Moment of Inertia 7. Simple Machine
1. Building Stones 2. Bricks and Tiles 3. Cement 4. Lime 5. Timber and Wood based Products 6. Paints Varnishes 7. Metals 8. Miscellaneous Materials
1. Introduction 2. Foundations 3. Walls 4. Masonry 5. Arches and Lintels 6. Doors, Windows and Ventilators 7. Damp Proofing and Water Proofing 8. Floors 9. Roofs 10. Stairs 11. Surface Finishes 12. Anti Termite Measures 13. Building Planning
1. Engineering Drawing 2. Auto Cad Drawing
1. Introduction 2. Ingredients of Concrete 3. Water Cement Ration 4. Workability 5. Properties of Concrete 6. Proportioning for Normal Concrete 7. Introduction to Admixtures 8. Special Concretes 9. Concreting Operations 10. Importance and methods of non-destructive tests
Soil and Foundation Engineering
1. Introduction 2. Physical Properties of Soils 3. Classification and Identification of Soils 4. Flow of Water Through Soils 5. Effective Stress 6. Deformation of Soils 7. Shear Strength Characteristics of Soils 8. Compaction 9. Soil Exploration 10. Bearing Capacity of soil 11. Foundation Engineering
1. Introduction to Water Supply 2. Quantity of Water 3. Quality of Water 4. Water Treatment 5. Conveyance of Water 6. Laying out Pipes 7. Building Water Supply
Waste Water Engineering
1. Introduction Waste Water Engineering 2. Sewerage System 3. Laying and Construction of Sewers 4. Sewage characteristics 5. Natural Methods of Sewerage Disposal 6. Sewage Treatment 7. Building Drainage
1. Introduction 2. Water Requirement of Crops 3. Hydrological Cycle, Catchment Area and Run-off 4. Methods of Irrigation 5. Canals 6. Tube Well Irrigation 7. Dams 8. Canal Head Works and Regulatory Works 9. Cross Drainage Works 10. Definitions of following Hydraulic Structures with Sketches 11. River Training Works 12. Water Logging and Drainage
1. Contouring 2. Theodolite Surveying 3. Tacho-metric surveying 4. Curves 5. Introduction to the use of Modern Surveying equipment and techniques 6. Minor Instruments
1. Properties of Materials 2. Simple Stresses and Strains 3. Shear Force and Bending Moment 4. Bending Stresses in Beams 5. Combined Direct and Bending Stresses 6. Shear Stresses in Beams 7. Slope and Deflection 8. Columns 9. Analysis of Trusses
PHE & Irrigation Engineering Drawing
1. Water Supply and Waste Water Engineering Drawing 2. Irrigation Engineering Drawing
Reinforced Concrete Design
1. Introduction 2. Introduction to following methods of RCC design 3. Shear and Development Length 4. Singly Reinforced Beam 5. Concept of Limit State Method 6. Singly Reinforced beam 7. Doubly Reinforced Beams 8. Behavior of Beams 9. One Way Slab 10. Two way Slab 11. Axially Loaded Column 12. Prestressed Concrete
Highway & Airports Engineering
1. Introduction 2. Road Geometrics 3. Highway Surveys and Plan 4. Road Materials 5. Road Pavements 6. Hill Roads 7. Road Drainage 8. Road Maintenance 9. Road Construction Equipment 10. Airport Engineering
1. Introduction to quantity surveying and its importance 2. Types of estimates 3. Measurement 4. Preparation of Detailed and Abstract Estimates from Drawings for 5. Calculation of quantities of materials 6. Analysis of Rates 7. Contractorship 8. Preparation of Tender Document based on Common Schedule Rates 9. Exercises on preparation of comparative statements for item rate contract 10. Valuation
Repair and Maintenance of Building
1. Need for Maintenance 2. Agencies Causing Deterioration 3. Investigation and Diagnosis of Defects 4. Defects and their root causes 5. Materials for Repair, maintenance and protection 6. Remedial Measures for Building Defects
Steel Structures Design
1. Structural Steel and Sections 2. Riveted Connections 3. Welded connections 4. Tension Members 5. Compression Members 6. Roof Trusses 7. Columns 8. Beams 9. Fabrication and Erection of Steel Structures like trusses, columns and girders 10. Masonry structures
Earthquake Resistant Building Construction
1. Elements of Engineering Seismology 2. Seismic Behaviour of Traditionally-Built Constructions of India 3. Special construction method, tips and precautions to be observed while planning, designing and construction of earthquake resistant building 4. Introduction to IS: 4326, IS: 13828, IS: 1893(Part 1), 154326 and IS: 13920 (latest edition) 5. Seismic Provision of Strengthening and Retrofitting Measures for Traditionally-Built Constructions, Brick and RCC Structures 6. Seismic Provision of Strengthening and Retrofitting Measures for Traditionally-Built Constructions, Brick and RCC Structures 7. Provision of reinforcement detailing in masonry and RC constructions 8. Disaster Management
1. Introduction 2. Construction Planning 3. Organization 4. Site Organization 5. Construction Labour 6. Control of Progress 7. Inspection and Quality Control 8. Accidents and Safety in Construction
Advanced Construction Technology
1. Earth Work 2. High Rise Construction 3. Precast and Prestressed Concrete Construction 4. Piles
Environmental Pollution Control
1. Study of Importance of Environmental Engineering 2. Water Pollution 3. Air Pollution 4. Noise Pollution 5. Effects of mining, blasting and deforestation 6. Land Use 7. Environmental Impact Assessment 8. Legislation to Control Environmental Pollution 9. Global Issues of Environmental Engineering 10. Renewable Source of Energy
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