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TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022

Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission has released the official recruitment notification on 04th April 2022 on the official website @tnpsc.gov.in for the Combined Engineering Services Examination 2022 to recruit more than 600 personnel. The Application Link which is already active on the official website is available in this article and the last date to apply is 03rd May 2022. The candidates would be selected through the written examination and interview for these vacancies announced under TNPSC CESE 2022. The salary for these vacancies would be paid in the pay scale which is given in this article. The Written Exam for this recruitment is to be conducted on 26th June 2022. The marks that the candidates would obtain in this recruitment would be counted in the final selection. The candidates shall read the full article to know about TNPSC CESE Notification 2022 and must bookmark this website for further TNPSC CESE 2022 Updates.

Engineering candidates must read the full article to get the exact idea about TNPSC CESE 2022 Notification and also they can apply for the registration form of the TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022 Notification.

TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022 Overview

The important information regarding TNPSC CESE 2022 Notification is given below in the table format. The direct link to apply for TNPSC CESE 2022 Notification which is given in the article is already active and the candidates can apply till 03rd May 2022 if they are interested in applying for various engineering vacancies announced under TNPSC CESE 2022 Notification.

Authority Name Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission
Name of Exam Combined Engineering Services Examination
Number of Vacancies 626
Category Engineering Updates
Application Mode Online
Notification release date 04th April 2022
Online Application ends 03rd May 2022
Official Website @tnpsc.gov.in
Selection Process Written Examination and Interview

TNPSC CESE Notification 2022 PDF

Although the important information is given in this article for the candidates to refer to about TNPSC CESE Notification 2022, We have provided the official detailed notification which was made available on 04th April 2022 on the official website of the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission for the Combined Engineering Services Examination 2022 to recruit 626 personnel below. The candidates must download TNPSC CESE 2022 Notification through the link given below and read the details properly before applying for the exam. The last date to apply for the vacancies announced through this recruitment is 03rd May 2022.

Download TNPSC CESE Notification 2022 PDF

TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022 Apply Online

The candidates wishing to apply for the engineering posts announced under TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022 can apply online from 04th April 2022 till 03rd May 2022 through the direct link given below for the ease of candidates. The direct link given below to apply for TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022 will be active till 03rd May 2022.

Apply Online for TNPSC CESE 2022 Vacancy

TNPSC CESE 2022 Notification Important Dates

TNPSC CESE 2022 
Name of Event Dates
Notification Release Date 04th April 2022
Online Application Begins 04th April 2022
Online Application ends 03rd May 2022
Written Exam Date 26th June 2022

TNPSC CESE Vacancy 2022

The candidates shall know the vacancies announced for the particular discipline under TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022. The table below is provided for the candidates to refer to for knowing vacancies for each particular discipline before applying to various engineering posts announced under TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022.

Name of Posts Name of Service Number of Vacancies
Automobile Engineer in the Motor Vehicle Maintenance Department
(Post Code – 1788)
Tamil Nadu General Service (Service Code No.035) 4
Junior Electrical Inspector (Post Code No.1666) Tamil Nadu Electrical Inspectorate Service (Service Code No.011 8
Assistant Engineer (Agricultural Engineering) (Post Code
– 1667)
Tamil Nadu Highways Engineering Service  (Service Code No.011) 66
Assistant Engineer (Highways Department) (Post Code – 1661) Tamil Nadu Factory Service (Service Code No.011) 33
Assistant Director of Industrial Safety and Health (Post Code 1664) Tamil Nadu Factory Service
(Service Code No.011)
18
Assistant Engineer (Civil) (Water Resources Department, PWD) (Post Code 1656) Tamil Nadu Engineering Service (Service Code No.011) 1 c/f BC(G) (DAP) (HH)
Assistant Engineer (Civil) (PWD) (Post Code 3656) Tamil Nadu Engineering Service (Service Code No.011) 307+1 c/f BC(G) (DAP) (HH)
General Foreman (Post Code. 2026) Tamil Nadu Motor Vehicles Maintenance Subordinate Service (Service Code No. 051) 7
Technical Assistant (Post Code – 2027) Tamil Nadu Motor Vehicles Maintenance Subordinate Service (Service Code No. 051) 11
Assistant Engineer (Rural Development and Panchayat Raj
Department) (Post Code
1660)
Tamil Nadu Panchayat Development Service Service Code No.011) 93
Assistant Engineer
(Tamil Nadu Urban
Habitat Development
Board) (Post Code.
3230)
Tamil Nadu Slum
Clearance Board
Service
(Service Code No.
111)
64
Assistant Engineer
(Chennai Metropolitan
Development Authority)
(Post Code. 3232)
Madras Metropolitan
Development
Authority Engineering
Service (Service Code
No.113)
13
Total 626

TNPSC CESE 2022 Eligibility Criteria

The candidates aspiring to apply for vacancies announced under TNPSC CESE 2022 must fulfill the specific eligibility criteria. The Basic Minimum Eligibility Criteria for TNPSC CESE 2022 Notification is given below for candidates to refer to before applying for TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022.

TNPSC CESE 2022 Age Limit

The candidates shall be of a certain age group to apply for vacancies announced for various engineering disciplines under TNPSC CESE 2022. The age limit for various posts announced under TNPSC CESE 2022 is given below in table format.

Name of Posts Upper Age Limit (for others which means Applicants not belonging to SCs, SC(A)s, STs, MBCs/DCs, BC(OBCMs) and BCMs]
Assistant Engineer (Agricultural Engineering), Junior Electrical Inspector, Assistant Engineer (Highways Department), Assistant Director of Industrial Safety and Health, Assistant Engineer (Civil) (WRD), Assistant Engineer (Civil) (PWD), Assistant Engineer (Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Department). 32 years
Assistant Engineer in Tamil Nadu Urban Habitat Development Board 32 years
Automobile Engineer, General Foreman and Technical Assistant in the Motor Vehicle
Maintenance Department
37 years
Assistant Engineer (Civil) in Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority 32 years

TNPSC CESE 2022 Educational Qualification

The candidates must have specific educational qualifications to apply for TNPSC CESE 2022. There are different specific educational qualification requirements for all the posts announced under TNPSC CESE 2022. The educational qualification for all posts is provided below in the table format for candidates to refer to before applying to engineering vacancies in different disciplines announced under TNPSC CESE 2022.

Name of Posts Educational Qualification
Automobile Engineer in the Motor Vehicle Maintenance Department (a) Must possess a degree in Automobile (or) Mechanical Engineering
(or) be a holder of the Post Diploma in Automobile Engineering awarded by the State Board of Technical Education and Training, Tamil Nadu; (or)
be a Licentiate in Automobile Engineering or Mechanical Engineering.
(AND)
(b) Must possess experience in the administration of an office and the management of workshops connected with the maintenance and upkeep of Motor Vehicles for a period of not less than five years.
Explanation: A workshop shall mean any workshop under the control of the Government / Public / Private Organisation and Registered under the Factories Act 1948(Central Act LXIII of 1948)
Junior Electrical Inspector Must possess a Degree in Electrical Engineering.
Provided that other things being equal, preference shall be given to those who have undergone Apprenticeship Training under the Government of India Scheme or the State Government Apprenticeship Scheme for a period of one year.
Assistant Engineer (Agricultural Engineering) i) B.E. (Agriculture) or B. Tech (Agricultural Engineering) or B.Sc., (Agricultural Engineering)
(or)
ii) B.E. (Mechanical) (or) B.E. (Civil) (or) B.Tech (Automobile Engineering) or B.E. (Production Engineering) or B.E.(Industrial Engineering) (or) B.E (Civil and Structural Engineering) or B.E (Mechanical and Production Engineering).
Provided that candidates possessing the qualification in item (ii) shall be considered only if no candidate with qualification item (i) is available.
Assistant Engineer (Highways Department) Must possess degree in Civil Engineering
(or)
A pass in Sections A and B of the A.M.I.E (India) Examinations under Civil Engineering branch (renamed as Institution of Examinations)
Note:-Provided that other things being equal, preference shall be given to a person who has undergone one year of apprenticeship training under
the Government of India Scheme or one year of training under the State Government Apprenticeship Scheme.
Assistant Director of Industrial Safety and Health A Degree in Mechanical Engineering or Production Engineering or Industrial Engineering or Electrical Engineering or Chemical Engineering or Textile Technology.
Assistant Engineer (Civil) (Water Resources Department, PWD) (1) Must possess a B.E degree in Civil Engineering
or Civil and Structural Engineering.
(or)
(2) Must have passed in Sections A and B of the Institution Examinations under Civil Engineering branch
Assistant Engineer (Civil) (PWD)
General Foreman and Technical Assistant Must possess a degree in Mechanical Engineering
(or)
Automobile Engineering
(or)
Automobile Technology
(or)
A Post Diploma in Automobile Engineering of the State Board of Technical Education and Training, Tamil Nadu or of any recognized Institution or Board with experience for a period of not less than two years in a supervisory capacity in the Automobile Workshop.
Explanation:
(i) An Automobile Workshop shall mean an Automobile Workshop satisfying the definition of “factory” in section 2 (m) of the Factories Act
1948.
(ii) Factory shall mean “factory” as defined in section 2 (m) of the Factories Act 1948
Note: Every person appointed to the post should obtain a driving license to drive heavy transport vehicles within the period of probation
Note: Technical Assistant is the Feeder Category for the post of General Foreman.
Assistant Engineer (Rural Development and Panchayat Raj
Department)
Must possess a B.E degree in Civil Engineering
(or)
Must have passed Sections A and B of the Institution of Engineers (India) under Civil Engineering Branch, and he should furnish evidence of having undergone practical training in surveying for a period of not less than one year.
Note:-Provided that other things being equal preference shall be given for appointment to a person who has undergone one year of apprenticeship training under the Government of India Scheme or the State Government Apprenticeship Scheme.
Assistant Engineer
(Tamil Nadu Urban
Habitat Development
Board)
Must possess a degree in Engineering (Civil)
OR
Must have passed Sections A and B of the A.M.I.E (India) Examination with the following:-
i) A Pass in H.Sc. Examination
ii) Must have passed ‘Geology’ under Section B as an optional or additional subject.
Assistant Engineer
(Chennai Metropolitan
Development Authority)
Must possess B.E degree (Civil or Highways) and must have experience for period of not less than five years of service in Category-3* or in a capacity equivalent to that of a Junior Engineer.
*Note:- Category-3 implies the post of Junior Engineer in Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority Engineering Service Regulations.(Experience Certificate produced from Government
organization or from private).

TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022 Salary

The candidates will be paid a salary according to the pay scale mentioned in the table below if they get selected as assistant engineers under TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022.

Name of Posts Name of Service Pay Scale
Automobile Engineer in the Motor Vehicle Maintenance Department
(Post Code – 1788)
Tamil Nadu General Service (Service Code No.035) Rs.56100 – 205700(Level 22)

(Revised Scale)

Junior Electrical Inspector (Post Code No.1666) Tamil Nadu Electrical Inspectorate Service (Service Code No.011  

 

 

 

 

 

Rs.37700-138500

(Level 20)

(Revised Scale)

 

Assistant Engineer (Agricultural Engineering) (Post Code
– 1667)

Tamil Nadu Highways Engineering Service  (Service Code No.011)
Assistant Engineer (Highways Department) (Post Code – 1661) Tamil Nadu Factory Service (Service Code No.011)
Assistant Director of Industrial Safety and Health (Post Code 1664) Tamil Nadu Factory Service
(Service Code No.011)
Assistant Engineer (Civil) (Water Resources Department, PWD) (Post Code 1656) Tamil Nadu Engineering Service (Service Code No.011)
Assistant Engineer (Civil) (PWD) (Post Code 3656) Tamil Nadu Engineering Service (Service Code No.011)
General Foreman (Post Code. 2026) Tamil Nadu Motor Vehicles Maintenance Subordinate Service (Service Code No. 051)
Technical Assistant (Post Code – 2027) Tamil Nadu Motor Vehicles Maintenance Subordinate Service (Service Code No. 051)
Assistant Engineer (Rural Development and Panchayat Raj
Department) (Post Code
1660)
Tamil Nadu Panchayat Development Service Service Code No.011)

TNPSC CESE Notification 2022 Application Fees

The candidates would have to pay the application fee according to the table to apply for TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022. Application Fees can be paid only through online mode to apply for TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022. The application fees once paid to apply for TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022 would not be refunded.

Registration Fee For One Time Registration Rs.150/-
The Examination fee should be paid at the time of submitting the online application for this recruitment if they are not eligible for the concession noted below Rs.200/-

TNPSC CESE 2022 Selection Process

The candidates will be selected on the basis of written examination and interview for various posts announced under TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022.

TNPSC CESE 2022
Name of Post Selection Process
Various Written Exam and Interview

TNPSC CESE Recruitment 2022 Exam Pattern

Subject  Duration  Maximum
Marks 
Minimum Qualifying
Marks for selection
SCs, SC(A)s,
STs, MBCs/ DCs,
BCs and BCMs
Others
Paper-I Any one of the following
subjects in which the candidate has
acquired his/her educational
qualification
(Degree Standard -200 questions
each) (Objective Type)
(i) Civil Engineering (Code No.029)
(ii) Mechanical and Production
Engineering (Code No.074)
(iii) Electrical and Instrumentation
Engineering (Code No.042)
(iv) Textile Engineering
(Code No.114)
(v) Electronics and
Communication Engineering
(Code No.044)
(vi) Chemical Engineering
(Code No.025)(vii) Agricultural Engineering(Code No. 280)(viii) Automobile Engineering(Code No. 258)ii. Paper -II General Studies
(Objective Type)
(Degree Standard) and Aptitude and Mental Abilityiii. Interview and Records
 3 Hours

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 Hours

 300

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

150

 

60

 153  204
Total 510

TNPSC CESE 2022 Syllabus

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING

UNIT-I: SURVEYING AND HYDROLOGY

Surveying – Instruments – Methods of surveying – Computation of area –Triangulation, intersection, traversing, cross staff survey – Pane table survey– Earth work computation -Simpson‟s trapezoidal rule – Levelling – Definition- Types of benchmarks – Different types of levels – Reduction of leveling data by rise and fall method and height of collimation method -Contouring – Profile surveying – Cross section survey – Use of Minor instruments – Hydrology – Measurement of rainfall, evaporation and infiltration – Estimation of runoff – Factors affecting runoff – Computation of volume of runoff and peak flow– Unit hydrograph – Occurrence of ground water, hydraulics of wells, types of wells and their construction – Well drilling – Techniques for different formations – Well logging – Types of well screen – Design of well screens – Well development – Yield testing.

UNIT-II: SOIL EROSION AND CONSERVATION

Soil erosion – Types – Factors affecting erosion by water and wind – Stages of water erosion -Biological control measures – Biological control measures and their suitability – Contour farming, strip cropping, mixed cropping, intercropping and mulching – Mechanical control measures and their suitability – Design and construction of contour bunds, graded bunds, terraces, contour stone walls, contour trenches, staggered trenches and diversion drain – Gully control structures and check dams – Wind erosion – Types and control – Dry farming techniques for improving crop production – Estimation of soil erosion – Universal Soil Loss Equation.

UNIT-III: WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT

Watershed – Concept, types and delineation – Land capability classification – Participatory rural appraisal technique – Watershed development plan – Estimation of cost and benefits -Gully and ravine reclamation – In-situ & Ex-situ water harvesting, micro catchments – Ground water recharge – Farm pond and percolation pond – Selection of suitable soil and water conservation practices – Afforestation – Holistic planning -Watershed based rural development – Use of aerial photography and remote sensing in watershed management – Applications of GIS in planning and development of watersheds including forest cover and water resources.

UNIT-IV: IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE

Irrigation – Sources – Soil- water- Plant relationship – Water requirement of crops-Measurement of irrigation water – Weirs and flumes – Methods of irrigation – Surface, sprinkler and drip irrigation – Drip irrigation – Components – Wetting pattern – Filters and Fertigation tanks – Design of laterals – Submain – Main lines -Pump capacity – Operation and maintenance- Sprinkler irrigation – Components – Sprinkler performance – Hydraulic design of sprinkler systems – Duty and delta relationship – Irrigation scheduling – Irrigation efficiencies and their estimation – Pumps – Types, selection and installation – Drainage – Causes of water logging and salt problem – Methods of drainage – Design of surface, sub-surface and vertical
drainage systems – Improvement and utilization of poor quality water – Reclamation of saline and alkali soils.

UNIT-V: FARM AND IRRIGATION STRUCTURES

Design and construction of farm structures – Site selection – Materials of
construction – Quality– types of masonry – Foundation, basement and
superstructure – Types of roofs – building plan and estimation, requirements of
farm house, threshing floor, drying floor, poultry house, dairy farm, rat proof
godown and farm roads – Design features earthen dams and gravity dams –
Water conveyance structures – Earthen channels and lined channels –
Advantages of lining – materials of lining – Design of channel cross section –
Crossing control structures – Drop spillway, chute spillway, pipe inlet spill way
– Road crossing structures – Culvert, inverted siphon aqueduct – Their uses –
Underground pipe line system – Components and their functions – Structures
for plant environment– Green houses, polyhouses and shadenets – Construction
and utilization – Soil less culture.

UNIT-VI: FARM POWER

Agricultural mechanization – Scope and sources of farm power – Animate and electromechanical – Thermodynamics – Construction and working of internal combustion engines – Fuel, ignition, lubrication, cooling, air intake,exhaust, governing and electrical systems of IC engines – Different types of tractors and power tillers – Power transmission, ground drive, power takeoff, steering, brake, implement control and hydraulic systems – Bulldozer –
Features, traction, suspension, steering, operations using bulldozer – Weight
transfer, theory of traction – Tractive efficiency – Mechanics and stability – Care and maintenance of tractors.

UNIT- VII: FARM MACHINERY

Farm machinery – Primary tillage implements – Mould board plough, disc plough
and chisel plough – Secondary tillage implements – Cultivators, harrows and rotary tillers – Land shaping machinery – Leveller, ridger and bund former – Sowing and transplanting – Seed drills, planters and rice transplanters – Interculture implements – Plant protection equipment – Sprayers and dusters – Harvesting, threshing and combining equipment – Machinery for earth moving and land development – Machinery for horticulture, agro-forestry and forages –
Haulage of agricultural and forest produces – Management of farm machinery – Cost estimation for farm operations.

UNIT-VIII: UNIT OPERATIONS IN FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL
PROCESSING

Heat transfer principles – Conduction, convection and radiation – Types of heat
exchangers – Unit operations – Evaporators – Types – Mechanical separation – Filtration – Sedimentation – Settling – Centrifugal separation – Cyclone separation- Size reduction – Mixing – Blending – emulsification – Food processing operations- Pasteurization – Sterilization – Canning – Retort processing – Extrusion processing of foods – Methods of drying of foods
– Preservation of food by irradiation – Microwave and dielectric heating – Fats
and oil processing – Extraction methods and equipments – Food packaging –Materials and characteristics – Suitability – Processing of milk and milk products, packaging of milk – Principles of refrigeration and applications in food industries – Cold storage of fruits and vegetables-design aspects.

UNIT- IX: PROCESS ENGINEERING OF AGRICULTURAL AND
HORTICULTURAL CROPS

Engineering properties of food materials – Moisture content – Methods of determination – Psychrometry – Drying – Thin layer and deep bed drying – Types of heat sources and types of dryers – Cleaning and grading – Principles – Separators – Efficiency – Performance index – Shelling and decortication – Seed processing and layout of seed processing units – Rice processing – Parboiling and dehusking of paddy – Machines used – Milling of wheat, corn and pulses – Material handling equipments – Conveyors and elevators – Storage – Conditions for safe storage – Bag and bulk storage – Silo storage – Design aspects – Modified atmosphere storage – Storage structures – Equipments used for processing of horticultural crops – Preservation of fresh fruits and vegetables – Drying and dehydration – Processing of coffee, tea, rubber, cashew nut, coconut, oil palm, aromatic plants, flowers and spices.

UNIT-X: RENEWABLE AND BIOENERGY

Solar energy – Solar collectors – Air heaters – Water heaters – Solar photovoltaic systems and applications – Wind energy – Suitable sites – Types of wind mills – Wind mill components – Applications – Performance of wind mills – Biomass resources – Agro residues – Characteristics – Conversion technologies – Biochemical conversion – Biogas plant – Types
and selection, construction, operation and maintenance – Slurry handling – Thermochemical conversion – Stoves – Types – Improved stoves – Pyrolysis – Charcoal production – Gasification – Briqueitting – Cogeneration – Energy plantation and environmental impact – Global warming – Clean development mechanism (CDM) and role of afforestation – Biofuels –
Biodiesel feedstock, production and by-product utilization- Ethanol- production and utilization – Emission – Standards and control.

Paper –I AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING

UNIT – I: ENGINES

Petrol engine – principle and construction – diesel engine- principle and construction – four stroke and two stroke. Carburettors – types, working principle, different circuits -compensation circuits. Cooling system – air and water cooling system- forced circulation and pressure cooling system.Lubrication system –pressure lubrication – splash lubrication – wet and dry sump lubrication. Properties of lubricants and coolants. Combustion in SI and CI engines – stages of combustion –flame propagation – detonation in SI engine and knocking in CI engines. Combustion chambers – Turbo and super chargers.

UNIT – II: AUTOMOTIVE CHASSIS

Types of chassis layout-various types of frames – front axles – types, stub axle, front wheel geometry – Ackermann & Davis steering mechanism –steering gear boxes. Power Assisted steering. Hutch kiss and torque tube drive. Propeller shaft– final drive – types. Differential –principle and construction details- non slip differential – differential lock. Rear axle – types
– full floating – ¾ quarter & semi. Wheels and rims – types and construction. Tyres – types and construction details.

UNIT – III: SUSPENSION AND BRAKING SYSTEM

Suspension system – requirements – types – construction details of Single leaf and multi leaf coil and torsion bar springs. Rubber, pneumatic and hyroelastic suspension. Independent suspension – shock absorbers. Braking system – need, stopping distance, classification of brakes. Drum brake and disc brake theory. Mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electric and power assisted braking system. Retarders.

UNIT – IV: AUTOMOTIVE TRANSMISSION

Clutches – coils spring, diaphragm clutches – centrifugal and semi centrifugal clutches – multiplate clutches. Gear box – sliding mesh, constant mesh and synchromesh – construction and operation. Automatic transmission – fluid coupling, torque converter, epicycle gear box, hydrostatic transmission, electric drive.

UNIT – V: AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS

Battery – types, lead acid battery, battery charging, rating, and testing. Ignition system – coil, magneto and electronic ignition system – principle and operation. Spark plug – Automobile Air conditioning, power windows and central locking system – starting system – types of drives – bendix drive, solenoid drive system – charging system – generator system – types – alternator, principle and operation of cut-out and regulators. Sensors – electronic suspension –
electronic steering systems. Navigation system – ABS – AIRBAG restraint system.

UNIT – VI: VEHICLE BODY ENGINEERING

Classification of cars, buses, HCVs and LCVs – visibility – forward and rearward
visibility – safety – design – safety equipments. Aerodynamics of vehicles –different types of drags – optimization techniques – wind tunnel testing for drag force and pressure distribution. Construction of cars – panels .Construction of buses –conventional and integral construction. Driver‟s seat –compactness of driver‟s cab – segmental design – modern painting processes for cars. Body trim items. Body mechanism – window winding – door lock.

UNIT – VII: VEHICLE DYNAMICS

Concept of vibration – free, forced, undamped and damped vibration. Response analysis of single DOF, Two DOF and multi DOF. Vibration absorbers. Tyres – tyre forces and moments – longitudinal and lateral force at various slip angles. Tractive and cornering properties of tyres. Human response to vibration. Design and analysis of passive, semi active and active suspension using quarter car, half car and full car models. Steady state handling characteristics –directional control of vehicle. Stability of vehicle.

UNIT – VIII : VEHICLE CONTROL SYSTEMS

Degree of freedom for vehicle control – calculation of the control – degree of
freedom. Selection of control, manipulator and measured disturbances variables. General types of vehicle controllers configuration. Dynamic behaviour of first order and second order vehicle system – dynamic responses characteristics of vehicle systems. Basic control modes – proportional control – integral control. PID controls. Lambda control – knock control – adaptive knock control – drive line modeling – active suspension control.

UNIT – IX : AUTOMOTIVE POLLUTION AND CONTROL

Pollutants – sources, formation and effects on environment and human beings.
Emission standards. HC,CO and NO formation in SI engines. Smoke emission and NOx emissions and its types from diesel engine. Particulate emissions. Control techniques – EGR, SCR, Secondary air induction, particulate trap and catalytic converters. Test procedures CVS1, CVS3 – Test cycles. NDIR analyser– flame ionization detectors – chemiluminescent analyser – dilution tunnels – gas chromatograph – smoke meters.

UNIT – X : SERVICING & MAINTENANCE, MOTOR VEHICLE ACT

Automobile law – motor vehicle act – registration, driving licence, insurance,pollution and control, regulation. Trouble shooting and servicing of clutch, gear box, brakes, suspension and steering system. Trouble shooting and servicing of engine, engine cooling system and lubrication system – tools and equipments required for repairs – service station – organization and management of service stations.

Paper –I CIVIL ENGINEERING

UNIT – I : BUILDING MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES

Properties of engineering materials-brick, stones, aggregates, cement (types and grades), concrete (mix design), Concrete admixtures, Self compacting Concrete, steel and new materials. – Construction of stone masonry, brick masonry and R.C.C. and block masonry – construction equipments – Building bye – laws and Development regulations practiced in Tamil Nadu – Provisions for fire safety, lighting and ventilation- Acoustics.

UNIT – II : ENGINEERING SURVEY

Survey – computation of areas – Chain Survey – Compass surveying – Plane table survey – levelling – fly levelling L.S. and C.S. – Contour volumes -Theodolite survey – Traversing – Heights and Distances – Geodetic ObservationsTachometry and Triangulation – Use of EDM, GPS and Remote sensing techniques.

UNIT- III : STRENGTH OF MATERIALS

Stresses and strains -Thermal stresses- elastic constants – Beams and bending- Bending moment and shear force in beams – Theory of simple bending -deflection of beams – torsion – Combined stresses – stresses on inclined planes- Principal stresses and principal planes – Theories of Failure – Analysis of plane trusses.

UNIT – IV : STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

Indeterminate beams – Stiffness and flexibility methods of structural analysis -Slope deflection – Moment Distribution method – Arches and suspension cables- Theory of columns – moving loads and influence lines – Matrix methodStability of retaining walls – plastic theory.

UNIT – V : GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING

Formation of soils – types of soils – classification of soils for engineering practice- Field identification of soils – Physical properties of soils – Three phase diagram- permeability characteristics of soils – stress distribution in soils – Theory of consolidation, shear strength parameters of soils – Compaction of soils. Soil exploration – Soil sampling techniques – Borelog profile – shallow foundations – Terzhagi’s bearing capacity theory – Pile foundation – Group action of piles – settlement of foundations.

UNIT – VI : ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND POLLUTION
CONTROL

Sources of water – Ground water Hydraulics – Characteristics of water – Water analysis – water treatment – water borne diseases. Sewerage system – Design of sewerage systems – sewer appurtenances – Pumping of sewage -sewage treatment and disposal – Industrial waste treatment – solid waste management – Air, water and Noise pollution control- e waste management

UNIT – VII: DESIGN OF REINFORCED CONCRETE, PRESTRESSED
CONCRETE AND STEEL STRUCTURES

Design of concrete members – limit state and working stress design concepts -design of slabs – one way, two way and flat slabs – Design of singly and doubly reinforced sections and flanged sections -design of columns and footings – prestressing – systems and methods- post tensioning slabs – Design of pre-stressed members for flexure. Design of tension and compression members – Design of Bolted and welded connections design of members of Truss – designs of columns and bases – design of beams, plate girders and gantry girder.

UNIT – VIII : HYDRAULICS AND WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING

Hydrostatics-applications of Bernoulli equation – flow measurement in channels,Applications of Momentum equation,Kinematics of flow. Water resources in Tamil Nadu – Water resource planning – Master plan for water management flood control–Runoff estimation – hydrograph – flood routing – Soil plant water relationship – Water requirement of crops – Irrigation methods –Design of alluvial canal and design of headworks. Waterlogging and land reclamation –
Cross drainage works.

UNIT – IX : URBAN AND TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING

Urbanisation trend and impact – Slum clearance and slum improvement programmes – Different modes of transport and their characteristics. Geometric design of highways. –Design and Construction of bituminous and concrete roads – Maintenance of roads. Railways-Components of permanent way – Signalling, Interlocking and train control. Airport planning-Components of Airport – Site selection – Runways – Planning of terminal buildings. Harbours & Ports- Layout of a harbour – Docks – Breakwaters.

UNIT – X : PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND ESTIMATING

Construction management – Construction planning – Scheduling and monitoring- Cost control, Quality control and inspection – Network analysis – CPM and PERT methods of project management – Resources planning and resource management. Types of estimates – Preparation of technical specifications and tender documents – Building valuation – law relating to contracts and arbitration.

PAPER –I MECHANICAL/PRODUCTION/MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING

UNIT – I : MECHANICS, KINETICS AND DYNAMICS

Statics of Particles, Equilibrium of Rigid bodies, Properties of Surfaces and Solids, Dynamics of Particles, Friction and Elements of Rigid Body Dynamics, Basics of Mechanisms, Kinematics of mechanisms, gyroscope, Gears and Gear Trains, Friction in Machine Elements, Force Analysis, Balancing, Single Degree Free Vibration, Forced Vibration, mechanisms for Control and Vibration.

UNIT – II : STRENGTH OF MATERIALS AND DESIGN

Stress, Strain and Deformation of Solids, Transverse Loading on Beams and Stresses in Beams, Torsion, Deflection of Beams, Energy Principles, Thin Cylinders and Thick Cylinders, Spherical Shells, Fundamentals of Design for Strength and Stiffness of Machine Members, Design of Shafts and Couplings, Design of Fasteners and Welded Joints, Design of Springs, Design of Bearings, Design of Flywheels, Design of Transmission Systems for Flexible Elements, Spur Gears and Parallel Axis Helical Gears, Bevel Gears, Worm Gears and Crossed Helical Gears, Design of single and two stage speed reducers, Design of cam, Clutches and Brakes.

UNIT – III : FLUID MECHANICS AND TURBO MACHINERY

Fluid properties, fluid statics, manometry, buoyancy, control volume analysis of mass, momentum and energy, fluid acceleration, differential equations of continuity and momentum, Bernoulli‟s equation, viscous flow of incompressible fluids, boundary layer,elementary turbulent flow, flow through pipes, head losses in pipes, bends etc. Turbomachinery: Pelton wheel, Francis and Kaplan turbines – impulse and reaction principles – velocity diagrams.

UNIT – IV : THERMODYNAMICS

Basic concepts, Zeroth, First and Second laws of thermodynamics, thermodynamic system and processes, Carnot cycle. irreversibility and availability, behaviour of ideal and real gases, thermodynamic relations, properties of pure substances, calculation of work and heat in ideal processes, analysis of thermodynamic cycles related to energy conversion, Fuel and
combustion.

UNIT – V : HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER

Modes of heat transfer one dimensional heat conduction, resistance concept,electrical analogy, unsteady heat conduction, fins dimensionless parameters in free and forced convective heat transfer, various correlations for heat transfer in flow over flat plates and through pipes thermal boundary layer effect of turbulence radiative heat transfer, black and grey surfaces, shape factors, network analysis; heat exchanger performance, LMTD and NTU methods. Basic Concepts of Mass transfer, Diffusion Mass Transfer, Fick‟s Law of Diffusion Steady state Molecular diffusion, Convective Mass Transfer, Momentum, Heat and Mass Transfer Analogy, Convective Mass Transfer Correlations.

Applications: Power Engineering: Steam Tables, Rankine, Brayton cycles with regeneration and reheat. I.C. Engines: air-standard Otto, Diesel cycles. Refrigeration and air-conditioning: Vapour refrigeration cycle, heat pumps, gas refrigeration, Reverse Brayton cycle; moist air: psychometric chart, basic psychometric processes.

UNIT – VI : MATERIALS SCIENCE AND METALLURGY

Constitution of alloys and phase diagrams, steels, cast iron, TTT diagram, heat treatment of ferrous and non-ferrous metal, surface modification techniques, non- metallic materials, mechanical properties and testing, crystal defects and strengthening mechanisms, conducting and semi conducting materials, magnetic and dielectric materials, Engineering ceramics, Engineering and commodity polymers, composites.

UNIT – VII : PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

Foundry Technology- types of pattern, moulding and casting methods, design of castings, defects, Hot and Cold working, metal forming processes- types and defects, metal joining processes, types and design of weldment, welding metallurgy, welding defects, Metal cutting, machine tools – center lathe, drilling, milling, grinding, gear cutting and broaching, unconventional machining processes, CNC machine tools, Part programming.

UNIT – VIII : METROLOGY AND QUALITY CONTROL

Linear and angular measurements, Interferometry, laser interferometers ,Types, Computer Aided Inspection, Basic concept of CMM- Types of CMM, Machine vision, Form measurement-Straightness – Flatness, Roundness,Surface finish measurement, contact and non contact method, Measurement of power, flow and temperature. Statistical quality control, control charts, acceptance sampling, reliability, TQM, 5S, ISO standards.

UNIT – IX : CAD / CAM / CIM / FEA

Fundamentals of Computer Graphics, Geometric Modeling, Visual Realism,Assembly of Parts, CAD Standards, Fundamentals of CIM, Production Planning and Control and Computerized Process Planning, Cellular Manufacturing,Flexible Manufacturing System and Automated Guided Vehicle System,Industrial Robotics, Additive manufacturing, Just in Time(JIT), lean
manufacturing, One Dimensional Problems in FEA, Two Dimensional Scalar
Variable Problems, Two dimensional vector variable Problems, Isometric Parametric Formulation.

UNIT – X : INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

Work study – techniques, Method study – objectives – basic procedure,work measurement – objectives – basic procedure, machine loading and scheduling, product sequencing, inventory control – E O Q – quantity discounts,ABC Analysis material handling systems, operations research, simplex method,Transportation model, Assignment model CPM and PERT. Management theory and practice, planning – nature and purpose of Planning, Decision making,
Organising, staffing, Motivation, Leadership, controlling, control techniques.

Paper –I CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

UNIT-I: CHEMICAL PROCESS CALCULATIONS AND CHEMICAL
ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS

Properties of gases liquids and solids, Humidity and saturation, Gas laws, Material and Energy balances- involving recycle, by pass and purge systems, Material and Energy balance with reactions. Thermodynamics functions -Chemical and Phase Equilibrium – Laws of Thermodynamics – Ideal and nonideal gases and solutions – fugacity, partial molal properties.

UNIT- II: MECHANICAL OPERATIONS AND ENGINEERING MATERIALS

Size Reduction, law, particle size Analysis, Mixing and agitation, Filtration, Sedimentation and Settling, Materials of construction for chemical Industries, Metallic, Non-metallic and Polymeric materials, corrosion. Grinding, Law. Smart materials for Chemical Engineering applications.

UNIT- III: CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY
SOURCES

Acids, Fertilizers, marine Chemicals, Cement, Glass, Ceramic and Refractories.Petroleum Refining Products, Fermentation Products, Oils, Soaps and Detergents, Pulp and paper, Dyes, sugar, leather and rubber. Potential for energy resources, energy conversion, solar, thermal, photoelectric, ocean,geothermal, wind energy, bio-energy sources, battery and fuel Cells.

UNIT -IV: TRANSFER OPERATIONS

Momentum: Newtonian and Non-Newtonian fluids, Compressible and incompressible fluids flow through packed bed, Fluidized bed and closed ducts, Fluid Machinery. Heat transfer: conduction, convection and radiation, Heat transfer with phase change, heat exchangers, Evaporation. Mass transfer: Diffusion, Theories of mass transfer, Inter phase mass transfer, Analogy. Distillation, Extraction, Absorption, Adsorption, Drying.

UNIT – V: CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING

Chemical Kinetics, Rate equations, Interpretation of rate data, Design of reactors, order of reaction, Catalysis, Thermal characteristics of reactors. Isothermal and adiabatic fixed bed reactors, non-isothermal and non-adiabatic fixed bed reactors. Two-phase fluidized bed model, slurry reactors, trickle bed reactor. Experimental determination and evaluation of reaction kinetics for heterogeneous systems.

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