Tripura PSC Assistant Engineer (TES) Grade IV Civil Syllabus & Scheme

Tripura Public Service Commission (TPSC) Assistant Engineer (TES) Grade IV Civil under Public Works Department recruitment is being done through the written exam for which the candidates need to prepare well as per the syllabus of exam. The officials have given the detailed syllabus of exam, focusing on the domain knowledge (civil) and general studies which include the GK and reasoning. TPSC Assistant Engineer Grade IV Civil Exam Scheme & Syllabus is described below-

Exam Pattern: The details of paper are-

Exam Type: 3 Objective Type papers will be seen in the exam-

Paper-I: General Studies              (100 marks)

Paper-II                : Civil Engineering-I (200                marks)

Paper-III: Civil Engineering-II (200 marks)

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For Paper I, 1 hour will be given and for Paper II & III, 3 Hours will be given.

Marking scheme In Paper-

15 Questions 6 Mark Each
40 MCQs 2 Mark Each
5 Questions 6 Mark Each

Exam Syllabus: For General Studies-

Course Marks
Comprehension 20
Usage 10
General Knowledge 20
Current Affairs 20
Mental Ability 20

In each section of exam, study the basics. Like in comprehension passages, the question will be asked for the understanding in English. In General Knowledge section, the questions will be asked from current affairs, important dates, history, geography, social, political, economic issues relating to India. In Mental Ability section, the questions will be asked from both verbal & non- verbal reasoning, practice the question of each type for the exam.

For Civil Engineering, paper 1 syllabus constitute-

  • Building Materials: Timber, Bricks, Cement, Cement Mortar, Concrete
  • Concrete & Masonry Structures Designing
  • Construction Practices, Planning & Management: Earthwork Equipment, Planning and Management, PERT Network, Concreting Equipment, Construction
  • Solid Mechanics
  • Steel Structures Designing

Paper II will constitute-

Hydraulic Machines & Hydropower, Hydrology, Fluid Mechanics, Open Channel Flow, Pipe Flow, Water Resources Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Waste Water Engineering, Foundation Engineering, Surveying, Transportation Engineering, Solid Waste Management, Water Supply Engineering,  Soil Mechanics


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