Friday, 20 January 2012

GATE 2012 admit cards available for download

ATE 2012 exam  is going to be held on 12th February 2012,the admit cards for which are now available in various IIT’s website.To download the admit cards one has to visit their respective zonal websites of IIT’s in which they have submitted their application form .Admit cards can be downloaded from 05-01-2012 17:00 Hrs onwards by clicking ’Application Status‘.The links for downloading the admit cards are:
Note:Admit cards are no longer send by the post.One has to download and take a printout of the admit card.You have to bring the admit card at the test center along with at least one original  and valid photo identification.

NTPC Limited Recruitment of Graduate Engineer Trainees through GATE 2012

TPC Limited, India's largest power company contributed nearly one third of the country's entire power generation during the year 2010-2011 and plans to become a 128 GW power company by 2032. It invites application from eligible candidates for recruitment as Graduate Engineer Trainee.
Name of the post and Number of Vacancies
Graduate Engineer Trainee: 300 vacancies (Mechanical 89, Electrical 112, Instrumentation 31, Civil 38, and Electronics 30)
Important Dates
  • Opening date for online application through GATE 2012 registration number: 6 January 2012
  • Last date for online application through GATE 2012 registration number: 26 January 2012
  • Date of GATE 2012 (Offline) Examination: 12 February 2012
Eligibility Criteria
Educational qualification
  • Electrical Engineering: Full time Degree in Engineering in Electrical/ Electrical & Electronics/ Electrical, Instrumentation & Control/ Power Systems & High Voltage/ Power Electronics/ Power Engineering.
  • Mechanical Engineering: Full time Degree in Mechanical Engineering in Mechanical/ Production/ Industrial Engg/ Production & Industrial Engg/ Thermal/ Mechanical & Automation/ Power Engineering.
  • Civil Engineering: Full time regular Degree in Civil Engineering
  • Instrumentation Engineering: Full time Degree in Electronics & Instrumentation/ Instrumentation & Control.
  • Electronics Engineering: Full time Degree in Electronics/ Electronics & Telecommunication/ Electronics & Power/ Power Electronics/ Electronics & Communication/ Electrical & Electronics.
Age Limit (as on 1 January 2012): Maximum 27 years
Application Fee: No registration fee will be charged from candidates applying for NTPC Ltd.
Pay Scale: Rs 24900-3%-50500 at the basic pay of Rs 24900 during one-year training. These candidates will be absorbed after successful completion of training as Engineer/ Officer in the pay scale of Rs 24900-3%-50500 at a basic pay of Rs 25650.
Selection Procedure: Eligible candidates will have to appear for Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE)-2012. Based on the GATE-2012 score and requirement, candidates will be short listed for Group Discussion and Personal Interview. Candidates have to secure minimum qualifying marks in GD & interview.
How to Apply: Eligible candidates who had applied for GATE 2012 should wait for their admit cards to get the GATE registration number. On receipt of GATE registration number, the candidates need to apply to on-line for NTPC ET-2012 on the website  After successful registration, system will generate a Unique Application Number. Candidates are required to keep the printout of the Application slip which will be generated by the system after successful registration.

BHEL ETs through GATE-2012

BHEL ETs through GATE-2012 
Important Dates:
Commencement of on-line submission of applications: 04th January, 2012.
Closing of on-line submission of Applications : 28th January, 2012.
Last date of receipt of Ack. Slips at BHEL: 22nd February, 2012.
Last date of receipt of Ack. Slips from far flung area/North East : 29th February, 2012.
How To Apply
All Candidates may have a prior look at the complete application form and ensure that all the required details are available with them before filling up the online application form.
STEP 1: For General Candidates / OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) Candidates
Note: SC/ST and Physically challenged candidates are exempted from payment of fee.
Download the Triplicate SBI Challan copy (Click here). and fill the required details.
The challan has three parts:
An Applicant’s copy
BHEL copy
Bank copy
After filling the details in the above challan, it has to be deposited with the fee of Rs. 100/- at any of the SBI Branches all over the country.
It may be ensured that the Banker’s Seal / Signature of the signing authority are available on the challan.
On deposit of fee through challan, SBI will allot a unique Journal no. which is to be mentioned in the on-line application form.
STEP 2: (For all candidates)All eligible candidates are required to fill in the ONLINE application form and submit the same.
Before online submission, Gen/OBC candidates should have paid the fees and should have the Journal No. given by the Bank as the same would be required to be filled in application form.
SC / ST, OBC, Physically Challenged, J&K Domiciled candidates and Ex-Servicemen should carefully fill up the respective columns, since these details will not be allowed to be changed later .
STEP 3: (For all candidates)
After submitting the application ONLINE, a unique Acknowledgement Number will be allotted to the candidate and he/she will then be required to download the acknowledgement slip.
On downloading, you will get two copies of acknowledgement slip and one copy of address to which acknowledgement slip is to be sent.
Retain the Applicant copy of Acknowledgement Slip with you for your future reference and send the BHEL copy with your photograph (same photograph used in GATE-2012 Application form) pasted on the slip along with BHEL Challan copy, if applicable to the address as given in the address slip i.e
HARIDWAR – 249403
Last date of receipt of Acknowledgement Slip and documents – 22nd February, 2012.
Candidates residing in Far flung areas, last date – 29th February, 2012.
BHEL is not responsible for any postal delays in receipt of applications.
Far Flung areas: defined for candidates residing in Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim, Jammu & Kashmir, Lahaul & Spiti District and Pangi Sub-Division of Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh, Andaman & Nicobar Islands or Lakshadweep or abroad.
While sending the Ack. Slip, such candidates should positively super-scribe on the envelope “Candidate from __________ (Name of the State) State”.
Departmental Candidates (BHEL Employees) should send their application through their HR department.
Candidates presently employed in Central/ State Government, Autonomous bodies, PSUs may apply through ‘Proper channel’ or submit ‘No-Objection Certificate’ at the time of interview from their employer, if they qualify upto the stage of interview.
The candidates are advised to retain a copy of acknowledgement slip and challan copy for their future reference.

Tuesday, 3 January 2012

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Electronics and communication engineering core interview questions

  1. What is D-FF?
  2. What is the basic difference between Latches and Flip flops?
  3. What is a multiplexer?
  4. How can you convert an SR Flip-flop to a JK Flip-flop?
  5. How can you convert an JK Flip-flop to a D Flip-flop?
  6. What is Race-around problem? How can you rectify it?
  7. Which semiconductor device is used as a voltage regulator and why?
  8. Explain an ideal voltage source?
  9. Explain zener breakdown and avalanche breakdown?
  10. What are the different types of filters?
  11. What is the need of filtering ideal response of filters and actual response of filters?
  12. What is sampling theorem?
  13. What is impulse response?
  14. Explain the advantages and disadvantages of FIR filters compared to IIR counterparts.
  15. What is CMRR?
  16. Explain half-duplex and full-duplex communication?
  17. Which range of signals is used for terrestrial transmission?
  18. Why is there need for modulation?
  19. Which type of modulation is used in TV transmission?
  20. Why we use vestigial side band (VSB-C3F) transmission for picture?
  21. When transmitting digital signals is it necessary to transmit some harmonics in addition to fundamental frequency?
  22. For asynchronous transmission, is it necessary to supply some synchronizing pulses additionally or to supply or to supply start and stop bit?
  23. BPFSK is more efficient than BFSK in presence of noise. Why?
  24. What is meant by pre-emphasis and de-emphasis?
  25. Explain 3 dB cutoff frequency? Why is it 3 dB, not 1 dB?
  26. Explain ASCII, EBCDIC?

Monday, 2 January 2012

Air Force Common Admission Test , AFCAT 2012

Indian Airforce will be conducting a common admission test for courses commencing in July 2012. Applications are invited from Male Indian Citizens for grant of social service commission in Flying Branch and permanent / short service commission in Technical and Ground Duty Branches.

Detailed information on courses
Flying branch
(a) No. 10 short service commission course (10 SSC)
Technical branch
(a) No. 81 Aeronautical Engineers Course (81 AEC) (Permanent Commission)
(b) No. 53 Short Service Commission Course (53 SSC)
Ground Duty Branches
(a) No. 132 Ground Duty Officer’s Course (132 GDOC) (Permanent Commission)
(b) No. 25 Short Service Course (53 SSC)
Last date for receiving applications is 11 July 2011
For more details refer the advertisement below: