UP Sinchai Vibhag Question Papers 2018, Irrigation Department Syllabus

UP Sinchai Vibhag Question Papers 2018, Irrigation Department Syllabus of Boring Technician, Agriculture Technical Assistant, Nalkoop Chalak UP Laghu Sinchai Vibhag Question Papers Exam pattern 2018.

UP Irrigation Department JE Syllabus 2018:- Download of previous years in English & Hindi common written exam Admit card date will be in news shortly as selection method Sinchai Vibhag Exam Syllabus recruitment as General Knowledge, Maths and trade test 60 question and after that merit list will opened for interview Sinchai Vibhag Syllabus will be subjected as Offline no online will be.

UP Sichai Vibhag Syllabus 2018 syllabus Fitter, Electrical, Turner, Mechanical, tubewell boring Technician, Mechinist Exam paper will be level of 10th pass high school syllabus and your trade test 30 marks,Maths 20 questions, Samanya gyan General science and GK will be 10 questions and will be 60 question asked in 2 Hours of Boring Technician, Nalkoop Mechanic, Wireman, Fitter

UP Sinchai Vibhag boring technician Question Papers

UP Sinchai Vibhag Question Papers 2018 regarding exam syllabus, Exam Centre and E admit card will be sent your email ID or by posts. Irrigation Department JE Exam Pattern 2018:

No.
Subjects
No. of Questions
Marks
1.
General Knowledge/ Awareness
50
2.
Mental Ability/ Reasoning
50
3.
Mathematical Ability
50
4.
Language Proficiency (Punjabi &
English)
50
5.
Professional (Civil/ Electrical/ Mechanical)
100
Total
350 questions/ marks

After qualifying your exam Interview will be of 10 to 50 marks as per high merit list.

Some Uttar Pradesh General which may be asked in Interview


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