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Old January 12th, 2014, 04:43 PM
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Here I am giving you information about the exam pattern for the supervisor trainee examination organized by Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited ..

The exam is divided into following sections:
General English

BHEL Exam Pattern Overview –
Time Duration 02:30 Hours
No. Of Questions 240 Questions (120- Tech and 120- Non- Tech)
Negative Marking Yes, ¼ or 0.25 marks will deducted at each wrong answer
Type of Questions Objective/MCQ

The BHEL Exam includes questions from the following:
Arithmetic Section:
1) Time and Work
2) Time and Distance
3) Additions
4) Subtractions
5) Divisions:
6) LCM and HCF
7) Percentage
8) Simple Interest
9) Compound Interest
10) Clocks and Calendar

General English Section -
1) Common Errors
2) Reading Comprehension
3) One Word Substitutions:
4) Fill in the blanks:
5) Idioms and Phrases.
6) Sentence Rearrangements
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Old January 13th, 2015, 09:49 AM
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Default Re: BHEL Supervisor Trainee Electronics & Communication Pattern

Following is the exam pattern for the written exam of BHEL Supervisor Trainee of Electronics & Communication stream.

The Exam contains 240 objective type questions for 2.30 hours. There is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.

Exam Sections are:

Technical Question related to Electronics & Communication streams.

General Knowledge
General Science
General English

Approx Weightage for the exam.

Technical: 70%
Aptitude: 30%

Network Theory
Control System
Electronic Devices and Circuits
Analog Electronic Circuits
Signals and Systems
Communication Systems
Microwave Engineering
Digital Electronic Circuits
Material and Components
Power Electronics
General Computer Engineering
General Awareness

Here, I am giving you syllabus of the BHEL Supervisor Trainee Electronics & Communication.

Part I: Quantitative Aptitude
Simple Interest and Compound Interest
Time and Work, Pipe and Cistern
Profit and Loss
Ratio and Proportions
Alligations & Mixtures
Time and Distance
Boat and Stream
Area of Plane Surfaces
Volumes and Surface Area
Data Interpretation

Part II: Verbal, Non-Verbal & Logical Reasoning
Verbal Reasoning
Series Completion
Coding Decoding
Blood Relations
Puzzle Test
Direction Sense Test
Diagrammatic Representation of Data (Logical Venn Diagrams)
Alphabetical Quibble
Mathematical Operations
Number, Ranking & Time Sequence Test
Logical Sequence of Words (Directory)
Decision Making
Sequential Output Tracing
Cubes and Dices

Non-Verbal Reasoning
Pattern Perception
Figure Formation and Analysis
Paper Cutting
Figure Matrix
Rule Detection
Chart Logic

Logical Reasoning
Statement Conclusions
Statement Arguments
Statement Assumptions
Statement Courses of Action
Cause and Effect

Part III: General English
Spotting Errors
Sentence Correction
Sentence Completion
Model Papers

Part IV: General Awareness
Science and Technology
Indian History
Indian Polity
Indian Economy

Part V: General Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Strength of Material

Part VI: Technical Section
Engineering Mechanics
Strength of Materials
Theory of Machines
Machine Design
Fluid Mechanics
Hydraulic Machines
Heat Transfer
I.C. Engines
Refrigeration Air Compressor
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Engineering Materials
Production Engineering
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Metrology and Inspection

Here, I am giving you sample questions for the exam.

Directions: In the following question, pick the choice whose meaning is opposite to the word n in capitals.
(1) Cannibalism (2) Tyranny (3) The past (4) Aristocracy (5) Capitalist
Directions: In the following question, the descriptive sentence is aptly described by just one word. Select the choice which give the meaning most appropriately:
(1) Somniloquist (2) Somnivocalist (3) Somnambulist (4) Somnalesist (5) None of these
Directions: In each question below you will find three words. The first two words are related to each other in some way. The third word is also related in the same way to one of the four alternatives marked as: (1), (2), (3) and (4). Find it out.
Directions: In each question below you will find three words. The first two words are related to each other in some way. The third word is also related in the same way to one of the four alternatives marked as: (1), (2), (3) and (4). Find it out.
(1) Good-bye (2) Run (3) Farewell (4) Depart
(1) Artist (2) Chisel (3) Statue (4) Marble
Directions: In each question below you will find words, four of which are alike in some respect; they have something in common and belong to one category. Only one word is different from them; it does not belong to the category to which the other four belong. Which word is different from the rest?
5. (1) Foot ball (2) Cricket (3) Polo (4) Chess (5) Hockey
6. (1) Eye (2) Nose (3) Tongue (4) Finger (5) Liver
7. In a code where a numeral represents an alphabet the most likely code for the word RECESS is:
(1) 913155 (2) 723245 (3) 865277 (4) 233300 (5) 983499
8. If in a code a,b,c, means `try your best’, b,o,p,o means `try again & again’ x,y,a means `all the best’ – Then `your best again’ is represented by
(1) c a o (2) p o c (3) a c p (4) y c a (5) o c y
Directions: In the following question complete the given series
9. 48,24,72,36,108, . . . . . . . . . . .
(1) 110 (2)115 (3) 64 (4) 54 (5) 125
10. Of the following numbers which one is the greatest?
(1) (0.6 x 0.6)-12 (2) 0.004 x 100 (3) (-0.7)4 (4) 0.2 x 0.2
11. Which of the following numbers is least?
(1) (1/4)2 (2) 49 (3) 4-9 (4) 42
12. It costs Rs.4.25 for two adults and their child to attend the Circus. If the child’s ticket is half the price of adult’s ticket, what is the price of an adult’s ticket?
(1) Rs.0.75 (2)Rs. 1.70 (3) Rs.1.75 (4) Rs.1.44
13. If `a’ is less than 50 and ‘b’ is less than 25, it follows that:
(1) a=2b (2) `a` is greater than b (3) a+b is less than 75 (4) a-b =25 (5) None of these b) Darken only in the CIRCLES provided. Please do not make any stray marks on the answer sheet. This will be penalised.
c) Rough work must not be done on the Answer sheet. This will be penalised. You can use the Test Booklet for this purpose.
d) Change / Cutting / Overwriting / Erasing of CIRCLES is NOT permitted.

2A. TECHNICAL TEST (for Engineer Trainees)
1. A series combination of Resistance and Capacitor is put across a Thyristor to protect it from:
(1) High Currents (2) High voltage (3) High rate of change of voltage (4) High rate of change of current
(5) Thermal run away
2. A Babbitt is:
(1) An eutectic of iron and iron phosphide
(2) A gadget
of measuring volume
(3) Antimony bearing lead or tin alloy
(4) A measure of magnetic induction produced in a material
(5) None of these above
3. An Induction motor is:
(1) Self-starting with zero torque (2) Self-starting with very high torque
(3) Self-starting with smaller torque than the rated torque (4) None of the abovePART II
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