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TRB Asst Professor Syllabus 2016

The Teacher Recruitment Board of Tn has released the Syllabus for the Teacher Recruitment Board Lecturer Exam 2016. The candidates who have applied for the exam can visit the Official Website to download the Syllabus for the Exam. The candidates will be selected based on the Performance in the Written Exam. So the candidates need to download the Exam Pattern and Exam syllabus to prepare and to score well on the Exam. For more Details, the candidates can visit the Official Website.

Teacher Recruitment Board Recruitment 2016

The Teacher Recruitment Board of TN has released a notification for the recruitment of Assistant Professor Posts in Engineering Colleges. There are almost 192 vacancies to be filled. Interested and Eligible candidates do visit the Official Website to Apply for the post before the last date. The last date for the submission of the Application form is on 07th September 2016.

TN Teacher Recruitment Board Exam Pattern

SL. NO Exam Type Subjects No. of Questions Marks Duration
1. Objective Type Conecerned Subjects Part APart B 10040 10080 3 Hrs
2. Gneral Knowledge 10 10
Total 150 190

TRB Asst Professor Syllabus 2016

General Knowledge

  • Indian Constitution.
  • Economy – India.
  • General Science.
  • Science & Technology.
  • History – India & Tamil Nadu.
  • National & International Organizations.
  • geography – India, Tamil Nadu & World.
  • Important Days.
  • Abbreviations.
  • Indian Polity.
  • Indian Constitution.
  • Books & Authors
  • Who’s Who?
  • Social- Economic & Cultural Issues.
  • People & Personalities.
  • Social- Economic & Cultural Issues.
  • Sports.
  • Awards & Honours etc.

Assistant Professor Engineering Subjects:

Civil:

  • Concrete Technology.
  • Solid Mechanics, Structural Analysis.
  • Steel Structures.
  • Reinforced Concrete Structures.
  • Civil Engineering Materials and Construction.
  • PSC Structures.
  • Hydraulic Structures.
  • Hydrology & Water Resources Engineering.
  • Transportation Engineering.
  • Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering.
  • Fluid Mechanics.
  • Environmental Engineering.
  • Estimation, Costing, and Specifications.
  • Bridge Engineering.
  • Construction and Project Management.
  • Surveying.
  • Environmental Studies etc.

Mechanical:

  • Applied Thermodynamics.
  • Heat Transfer.
  • Machine Design & Vibration.
  • Mechatronics.
  • The Strength of Materials.
  • Material Science.
  • Theory of Machines.
  • Dynamics of Machinery.
  • Production Process.
  • Fluid Mechanics.
  • Balancing of Reciprocating Masses.
  • Internal Combustion Engines.
  • Measurement & Metrology.
  • CAD/CAM/CIM.
  • Finite Element Analysis.
  • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning.
  • Manufacturing Planning & Control.
  • Industrial Engineering & Enterprise Resources Planning.

Electrical:

  • Basic Electrical Engineering Concepts.
  • AC Fundamentals.
  • Measurement and measuring instruments.
  • Electrical Machines.
  • Network Theory.
  • Magnetic Circuit.
  • Power Electronics & Drives.
  • Estimation and costing.
  • Utilisation of Electrical Energy.
  • Analog and Digital Electronics.
  • Power Systems.
  • Basic Electronics etc.

Electronics:

  • Basics of Circuits and Measurement Systems.
  • Electrical and Electronic Measurements.
  • Digital Electronics.
  • Analog Electronics.
  • Transducers, Mechanical Measurement and Industrial Instrumentation.
  • Analytical, Optical Instrumentation.
  • Control Systems and Process Control.
  • Signals, Systems, and Communications.

Computer Science:

  • Operating System.
  • Digital Logic.
  • Programming and Data Structures.
  • Computer Organization and Architecture.
  • Compiler Design.
  • Computer Networks.
  • Databases.
  • Algorithms.
  • Web Technologies.
  • Theory of Computation.
  • Information Systems and Software Engineering etc.

Metallurgy:

Assistant Professor Non-Engineering Subjects:

English:

  • Common vocabulary.
  • Use of Idioms & Phrases and their meaning.
  • Grammar.
  • Sentence structure.
  • Comprehension of passage.

Mathematics:

  • Indices.
  • Algebraic expressions.
  • Square & Square Root.
  • Cube & Cube Root.
  • Factors.
  • Equations.
  • Interest.
  • Ratio and Proportion.
  • Plane figures.
  • Area of Plane Figures.
  • Percentage.
  • Lines and Angles.
  • Surface Area and Volume.
  • Statistics.
  • Place of Mathematics in Curriculum.
  • The language of Mathematics.
  • Graph.
  • Nature of Mathematics/Logical thinking.
  • Community Mathematics.
  • Remedial Teaching.
  • Evaluation.
  • Problems of Teaching.

Physics:

  • Thermal properties of matter.
  • Gravitation.
  • Kinetic theory.
  • Nuclei.
  • Laws of motion.
  • Units and measurements.
  • Systems of particles and rotational motion.
  • Mechanical properties of fluids.
  • Moving charges and magnetism.
  • Electrostatic potential and capacitance.
  • Current electricity.
  • Electric charges and fields.
  • Electromagnetic induction.
  • Magnetism and Matter.
  • Alternating current.
  • Atoms.
  • Semiconductor electronics.
  • Electromagnetic waves.
  • Dual nature of radiation and matter.
  • Communication systems.
  • Wave optics.
  • Mechanical properties of solids.
  • Physical world.
  • Work, energy, and power.
  • Oscillations.
  • Ray optics and optical instruments.
  • Motion in a straight line.
  • Thermodynamics.
  • Motion in a plane.

Chemistry:

  • Organic chemistry
  • P-block elements – group 14 (carbon family).
  • Biomolecules.
  • The s – block elements.
  • Solutions.
  • Haloalkanes and haloarenes.
  • Chemistry in everyday life.
  • Organic compounds containing nitrogen.
  • Thermodynamics.
  • Polymers.
  • Surface chemistry.
  • Hydrogen and its Compounds.
  • Chemical equilibrium and acids-bases.
  • D and f block elements & coordination compounds.
  • Environmental chemistry.
  • Atomic structure.
  • Classification of elements and periodicity in properties.
  • Solid state.
  • States of matter: gases and liquids.
  • General principles of metallurgy.
  • Stoichiometry.
  • Chemical bonding and molecular structure.
  • Electrochemistry and chemical kinetics.
  • Organic compounds containing c, h, and o.
  • P-block elements.
  • P- block elements group 13 (boron family).

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