Raj Police Syllabus/ Pattern SI, ASI, Inspector Telecommunication

Syllabus & Scheme of Exam for Raj Police Inspector/ SI/ ASI (Technician) and ASI Cipher/ Fitter 

Department of Police, Rajasthan issued recruitment advt in November 2016 for various post ie. Inspector, Sub-Inspector, Assistant Sub-Inspector in Telecommunication Dept. The candidate has to fill online application from 21st Nov 2016 to 21st Dec 2016. You can download book, previous years solved question paper online, Practice sets from Amazon, Flipkart. In this article you can download written test syllabus & exam pattern. The B.Tech/ B.Sc/ M.tech/ MCA/ BCA candidate can check their eligibility & fill online ASI, SI, Inspector Rajasthan Police.

Recap Raj Police SI, ASI Inspector Recruitment 2016

Name of Organization: Dept. of Police, Rajasthan
Vacancies Post: SI, ASI, Inspector in Telecommunication
Total Vacancies: 233 post
Selection Process: Written Test, Physical (PET/ PST), Medical, Merit & Document verification.
Online application form: 21-11-2016 to 21-12-2016
Syllabus & Pattern: Available in this article.
Written Test Date: 2nd week February 2017.
Admit Card Download: 1st Week of February 2016.

Syllabus & Pattern

Hindi Subject Syllabus Cipher, Fitter, Technician SI, ASI Inspector

Here is the syllabus for Rajasthan Police Dept. written test (Assistant Sub-Inspector, SI & Inspector) in Telecommunication.  Proficiency in Hindi language will be tested. The standard of question paper will be equivalent to secondary school examination for only those candidates who have not opted Hindi subject as compulsory in Secondary/senior secondary school level. The minimum pass marks will be 40 %. These marks will not be added in competitive examination but candidate must pass this paper failing to which he/she will be disqualified. This will be extra paper from main paper & will be known as Hindi language proficiency test. This paper shall carry 50 marks. Duration of paper will be 3 hours and it will be a descriptive paper. Knowledge of Hindi grammar, essay writing, official letter writing and file noting will be tested in this paper.

Inspector Post Syllabus (Telecommunication)

Part-A General Studies
  1. Role of Telecommunication in improving working efficiency of Police Department.
  2. Police Organisation and Structure.
  3. Changing role of Police in the context of Democratic aspiration of the people of India.
  4. Concept of Social Justice and Secularism
  5. Fundamental Rights and Duties of citizens under the Constitution of India.
  6. Directive Principles of State Policy, enumerated in the Constitution of India.
  7. Geographic attributes of India with special reference to Rajasthan.
  8. Relevance of concept of Mixed Economy in the Developing countries , with particular reference to India.
  9. History of Rajasthan .
  10. Current Affairs .
Part-B ELECTRONICS & TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
  1. Physical Electronics, Electronic Devices and ICs : Electrons holes in Semiconductors; Carrier Statistics; Mechanism of Current flow in a Semiconductor; Hall Effect; Junction Theory; Different Types of Diodes and their Characteristics; Bipolar Junction Transistor; Field Effect Transistors; Power Switching Devices like SCRs, GTOs, Power MOSFETs; Basics of ICs- Bipolar, MOS and CMOS Types; Basics of Opto Electronics.
  2. Network Theory : Network Analysis Techniques; Network Theorems, Transient Response; Steady State Sinusoidal Response; Network Graphs and their Applications in Network Analysis; Tellegen’s Theorem; Two Port Networks; Z, Y, h and Transmission Parameter’s combination of Two Ports; Analysis of common Two ports. Network Functions; Parts of Network Functions; Obtaining a Network Function from a given part.
  3. Analog Electronic Circuits : Transistor Biasing and Stabilization; Small Signal Analysis; Voltage & Power Amplifiers; Frequency Response; Wide Band Techniques; Feedback Amplifiers; Tuned Amplifiers; Oscillators; Rectifiers and Power Supplies; Operational Amplifiers;. PLL; Four Quadrant Multipliers; IC Regulators. Pulse Shaping Circuits and Waveform Generators.
  4. Electromagnetic Theory and Antennas : Analysis of Electrostatic and Magnetostatic Fields, Laplace’s and Poisson’s Equations; Boundary value problems and their solutions; Maxwell’s Equations; Application to Wave Propagation in Bounded and Unbounded media, Transmission Lines: Basic Theory, Standing Waves; Matching Applications, Micro Strip lines; Basics of Wave Guides and Resonators; Elements of Antenna Theory; Propagation of EM waves in HF, VHF , UHF, and Microwave Frequencies, Characteristics and Analysis of HF, VHF and UHF Antennas; Antenna Arrays .
  5. Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation : Basic concepts; Standards and Error Analysis; Measurements of Basic Electrical Quantities and Parameters; Electronic Measuring Instruments and their Principles of working: Analog and Digital; Comparison; Characteristics; Application
  6. Analog & Digital Communication Systems: Basic Information Theory; Modulation and Detection in Analog and Digital Systems; Sampling and Data Reconstructions; Quantization & Coding; Time Division and Frequency Division Multiplexing; Equalization; Optical Communication in Free space & Fiber Optic; Basics Of Satellite Communication; Concepts of Mobile Communication; Mobile Radio Propagation & Components of Cellular Systems; Different Types of Modulation Techniques- AM,FM,PM Delta Modulation ,Pulse Code Modulation ,Detection Techniques in various Types of Modulation used in Communication; Basic study of Communication Protocols.
  7. Microwave Engineering: Microwave Tubes and Solid State Devices; Microwave Generation and Amplifiers; Waveguides and other Microwave Components and Circuits; Micro Strip Circuits; Microwave Antennas; Microwave Measurements; Masers; Lasers; Microwave Communication Systems; Principles & Working of Different types of Radars.
  8. Computer Engineering: Number Systems; Data Representation; Programming; Elements of a High Level Programming Language; Use of Basic Data Structures; Fundamentals of Computer Architecture; Processor Design; Control Unit Design; Memory Organization; I/O System Organization; Microprocessors; Architecture and Instruction set of Microprocessors 8085, 8086, 80486, 68000 and Pentium; Assembly Language Programming; Microprocessor Based System Design; Typical Examples; Personal Computers and their Typical uses.
  9. Industrial Electronics: Principle, Construction & Characteristics of Four/Five Layer Devices -SCR, DIAC, TRAIC, Power MOSFET; Power Control & Rectifiers; Inverters & Converters ; Speed Control of DC Motors and Timer Circuits; Heating, Welding & their Applications.

Police SUB-INSPECTOR (TECHNICIAN/ OPERATOR)

Part-A General Knowledge and General Science Marks-150
  1. Current events, important organizations, institutions, personalities, games and sports at International, National and State level.
  2. Indian National Movement with special reference to non-cooperation movement, Civil disobedience and Quit India Movement. Contribution of Rajasthan in freedom struggle. Integration of princely States and formation of Rajasthan.
  3. World and Indian Geography: Physical, Social and Economic Geography.
  4. Geography of Rajasthan: Physical, edaphic and biotic features, Natural resources : minerals, water, energy, wildlife, livestock and vegetation.
  5. Economic Development and Planning in Rajasthan: Broad features of X and XI Five Year Plans. Programmes and Institutions for Development. Major programmes for removal of poverty and unemployment. Sustainable Development, Demographic features.
  6. Art and Culture of Rajasthan : Fairs, Festivals, Folk Dances, Customs, Dialects, Dresses, Ornaments, Folk music and instruments, Paintings, Religious beliefs and saints. Important tourism places.
  7. Indian Polity and Governance: Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Elections, Human Rights and Right To Information. Police Administration and Organization in Rajasthan.
  8. General Science: Elementary knowledge and understanding of science including matters of everyday observation and experiences(up to X standard). Basic Laws of Science. Human diseases: sources and types of diseases, communicable and non-communicable diseases. Prevention and control measures of AIDS, TB, Jaundice, Typhoid, Malaria and Polio.
  9. Basic knowledge of computer and its applications, cyber crimes.
PART-B
  1. Circuit analysis: Networks-some important definitions, loop and nodal equation based on D.C. and A.C. circuits (Kirchhoff s Law). Four terminal networks: Ampere volt conventions, open, close and hybrid parameters of any four terminal network, Input, output and mutual impendence for an active four terminal network. Various circuit theorems: Superposition, Thevenin, Norton, reciprocity, compensation, maximum power transfer and Miller theorems.
  2. PN Junction: Semiconductor, P and N type of material, charge densities in N and P materials: Conduction by drift and diffusion of charge carriers, formation and working of PN junction diode, reverse and forward characteristics.
  3. Rectifiers and Power supply: Half-Wave, full Wave and bridge rectifier: calculation of ripple factor, PIV, efficiency and regulation; Filters: series inductor, shunt capacitor, L section and tu section Voltage regulation: Voltage regulation and voltage stabilization by Zener diode, Regulated power supply, overload and short-circuit protection
  4. Transistors: volt-ampere characteristics for bipolar junctions transistor, Concept of load line and operating point, Hybrid parameters. CB, CE, CC configurations. Junction field effect transistor (JEFT) and metal oxide semiconductor filed effect transistor (MOSFET). Circuit symbols. volt- ampere characteristics of Transistors. Source follower operation of FET as variable voltage resistor.
  5. Power Electronics:
  6. Transistor Biasing : Need of bias and stability of Q point, stability factors, and various biasing techniques: fixed bias, collector to base feedback bias and voltage divider bias.
  7. Amplifiers: Analysis of transistor amplifiers using hybrid parameters and its gain-frequency response: Cascade amplifiers, basic idea of direct coupled and R.C. coupled amplifiers, Differential amplifiers; Amplifier with feedback: Concept of feedback, positive and negative feedback, voltage and current feedback circuits. Advantage of negative feedback,
  8. Oscillators: criteria for self-excited and self-sustained oscillation, circuit requirement for build-up of oscillation, Basic transistor oscillator circuit and its analysis, colpitt’s and Hartley oscillators. R.C. oscillators, crystal oscillators and their advantages.
  9. Wave propagation and antenna: Electromagnetic waves, energy density of EM waves, EM waves in different medium, spectrum of EM waves, Radio wave propagation, transmission lines, characteristic impedance, standing wave ratio, matching methods, basics of antenna.
  10. Radio-Communication: Modulation: analog modulation (Amplitude, frequency and phase modulation) and digital modulation, Transmission and reception of radio waves, Detection of intelligence signal, Block diagram of radio transmitters and receivers, sensitivity, selectivity and fidelity of radio receivers.
  11. Instruments: Conversion of a galvanometer in to ammeter and voltmeter, measurement of basic electrical quantities and parameters, basic knowledge of multi-meter, Oscilloscope and signal generators.
  12. Logic circuits : Logic fundamentals : AND, OR,NOT,NOR,NAND,XOR gates, arithmetic circuits, Boolean algebra , De Morgan’s theorem, positive and negative logic, circuit realization using DTL and TTL logic, simplification of Boolean expressions.
  13. Computer fundamentals; Different number system, their radix conversion and arithmetic operations, Introduction to computers & related terminology, hardware fundamentals, basics of software, types of memory, fundamental of computer architecture, operating systems, application software, different computer network communications & connectivity, internet and its online resources.

ASSISTANT SUB-INSPECTOR (TECHNICIAN/ CIPHER)

PART -A  General Knowledge and General Science
  1. Current events, important organizations, institutions, personalities, games and sports at International, National and State level.
  2. Indian National Movement with special reference to non-cooperation movement, Civil disobedience and Quit India Movement. Contribution of Rajasthan in freedom struggle. Integration of princely States and formation of Rajasthan.
  3. World and Indian Geography: Physical, Social and Economic Geography.
  4. Geography of Rajasthan: Physical, edaphic and biotic features, Natural resources : minerals, water, energy, wildlife, livestock and vegetation.
  5. Economic Development and Planning in Rajasthan: Broad features of X and XI Five Year Plans. Programmes and Institutions for Development. Major programmes for removal of poverty and unemployment. Sustainable Development, Demographic features.
  6. Art and Culture of Rajasthan : Fairs, Festivals, Folk Dances, Customs, Dialects, Dresses, Ornaments, Folk music and instruments, Paintings, Religious beliefs and saints. Important tourism places.
  7. Indian Polity and Governance: Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Elections, Human Rights and Right To Information. Police Administration and Organization in Rajasthan.
  8. General Science: Elementary knowledge and understanding of science including matters of everyday observation and experiences(up to X standard). Basic Laws of Science. Human diseases: sources and types of diseases, communicable and non-communicable diseases. Prevention and control measures of AIDS, TB, Jaundice, Typhoid, Malaria and Polio.

ASSISTANT SUB INSPECTOR (FITTER/ELECTRICIAN)

PART-A General Knowledge and General Science
  1. Current events, important organizations, institutions, personalities, games and sports at International, National and State level.
  2. Indian National Movement with special reference to non-cooperation movement, Civil disobedience and Quit India Movement. Contribution of Rajasthan in freedom struggle. Integration of princely States and formation of Rajasthan.
  3. World and Indian Geography: Physical, Social and Economic Geography.
  4. Geography of Rajasthan: Physical, edaphic and biotic features, Natural resources : minerals, water, energy, wildlife, livestock and vegetation.
  5. Economic Development and Planning in Rajasthan: Broad features of X and XI Five Year Plans. Programmes and Institutions for Development. Major programmes for removal of poverty and unemployment. Sustainable Development, Demographic features.
  6. Art and Culture of Rajasthan : Fairs, Festivals, Folk Dances, Customs, Dialects, Dresses, Ornaments, Folk music and instruments, Paintings, Religious beliefs and saints. Important tourism places.
  7. Indian Polity and Governance: Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Elections, Human Rights and Right To Information. Police Administration and Organization in Rajasthan.
  8. General Science: Elementary knowledge and understanding of science including matters of everyday observation and experiences(up to X standard). Basic Laws of Science. Human diseases: sources and types of diseases, communicable and non-communicable diseases. Prevention and control measures of AIDS, TB, Jaundice, Typhoid, Malaria and Polio.
  9. Basic knowledge of computer and its applications, cyber crimes.

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