MPSC Assistant Engineer Grade II Group B Exam Structure and Patttern | MPSC Assistant Engineer Exam Pattern | MPSC AE Preliminary Examination Syllabus and Scheme
Competitive Examination Scheme & Syllabus for Assistant Engineer (Electrical ) – Grade II, Maharashtra Engineering Services, Group-B.
Stages of Examination
1. Preliminary Examination – 150 Marks
2. Main Examination – 600 Marks
3. Interview – 100 Marks
Detail syllabus of Preliminary Examination is as follows
1. Preliminary Examination : English and General Studies
English Nature of Paper : Objective Type
Duration : 1 ½ Hours
Degree Level Total Marks : 150
ENGLISH ( 50 Marks )
Common Vocabulary , Sentence structure , Grammar, Comprehension of passage.
GENERAL STUDIES ( 25 Marks )
Part – I
1) History of Modern India ( special reference to Maharashtra )
2) Geography of India ( special reference to Maharashtra )
3) Indian Political System ( with reference to Indian Constitution ), Administration of State and
Local Self – Government ( Rural and Urban )
Part – II
GENERAL STUDIES RELATED TO ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ( 75 Marks )
Fundamentals of electrical engineering, DC and AC network theorems, Behavior of R-L, R-C and R-L-C circuits, Basics of Electromagnetism and electrostatics, Three phase circuits, power and energy in single phase and three phase circuits, Measurement of electrical parameters for sinusoidal and non sinusoidal systems. Single phase and three phase transformers, Distribution and Power Transformers, Instrument transformers, Basics of energy conversion, Construction, Working, Performance of DC machine, Induction machine and Synchronous machine. Parallel operation of transformers and Alternators, Power Generation scenario of the country and Maharashtra, P.U.Systems, Symmetrical and asymmetrical fault calculations, Selection of switchgear and protection devices, Relaying and coordination, Substation components, Earthing, grounding and lightning protection, AC-DC, DC-AC power converters, Power Quality issues, Reactive power compensation, Fundamentals of AC and DC drives, Energy saving using VSD’s, Type and routine tests, field tests for electrical equipment such as transformers, motors, switchgear, insulators, cables, batteries etc and the relevant Indian Standards. Codes of electrification of buildings, DG, UPS selection, Basics of illumination systems, types of bulbs, lamps, etc. Non conventional energy sources, Economics of solar-thermal, solar-electrical systems, Energy conservation opportunities in fans, pumps, compressors, HVAC etc. Codes for electrical safety, and Fire fighting equipment and systems.