BSNL TTA Previous Papers – Syllabus And Questioning Pattern For The Examination – Download Sample Test Papers – Junior Engineer 2016
BSNL recruits TTAs/JEs for its various circles spread all over India. The application process concluded on the 10th of August,2016. Selection is done on the basis of an All India Competitive Exam using the online mode. On the basis of number of applicants, the exam can include multiple sessions with 3 hours allotted to each session. The 3 hour test includes a single paper of three parts with objective type multiple choice questions. Find here the BSNL TTA Previous Papers with solutions, exam pattern and more details.
Name Of Organization – Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
Name Of The Post – Telecom Technical Assistant (TTA)
Alternative Post Name – Junior Engineer (JE)
Total Vacancy – 2700 posts
Date And Time Of Online Exam – 25th September, 2016 ; 10 AM to 1 PM.
Check Detailed – BSNL Recruitment 2016
Exam Plan And Syllabus:
Interested candidates can go through the following list of details:
- Exam pattern will be multiple choice objective type.
- Negative marking is applied.
- Test duration is for 3 hours.
- Paper will have 3 parts including the following subjects –
- General Ability Test – 20 marks for 20 questions
- Basic Engineering – 90 marks for 90 questions.
- Specialization – 90 marks for 90 questions
Cut-Off Marks Criteria For Minimum Eligibility:
In each of the above mentioned parts, The candidates have to secure the following minimum and aggregate percentages for qualification –
- OC candidates should get 30% per paper and aggregate has to be 40% of total marks.
- Candidates with OBC/SC/ST reservation need 20% per paper and 33% in aggregate.
- Candidates who fail to secure above mentioned percentages will be eliminated.
- Revaluation requests from candidates are not acceptable.
BSNL TTA (JE) Detailed Syllabus:
Part 1 – General Ability – 20 Marks – 20 Questions
General Ability part of the exam tests the candidate’s comprehension of English, Current Affairs, and General Knowledge. Candidates have to answer multiple choice or fill in the blanks questions. The questions in this part include synonyms, antonyms and general awareness trivia.
Part 2 – Basic Engineering – 90 Marks – 90 Questions
As the candidates have science and engineering degrees, they have to answer questions from Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Basic Electricity, Electronic Circuits and Devices, and Digital Techniques.
Part 3 – Specialization – 90 Marks – 90 Questions
The topics under specialization include Electricity, Communication; Networks, Transmission Lines, and Filters; Instruments and Measurements; Control Systems, Microprocessors, and Computer Science. The topic is assigned to the candidates based on their engineering trade or academic discipline mentioned in the application form i.e. Computer Science, Electronics, IT, Telecommunications, etc.,