The OCES/DGFS electronics written exam paper is totally technical questions and The level of the question paper is similar to the GATE paper but not much tough as GATE. Prepare a plan to study, don’t concentrate more on studying text books, Do more work on Objective bits and concentrate more on previous papers of GATE,IES,JTO,..etc whatever previous technical question paper you have do it first, I will post more articles on how to prepare for competitive exam later on. one who works on bits can easily qualify in written exam. This paper consists of both theoretical and problematic questions.
- analog electronics: Most of the questions will come from OP-AMP, feedback amplifiers, oscillators, amplifiers, diode equation, zener diode, A-D and D-A converters.
- digital electronics: K-map, Combinational( Mutiplexer, encoder, decoder, basic logic circuits) and sequential circuits(flip-flops, registers, counters).
- electromagnetic: Maxwell’s equations, Electromagnetic wave propagations, transmission lines, microwave.
- communications: AM, FM, PM, PCM, DM, FSK, QPSK, PAM, PPM, noise, ISI, probability of errors,
- control systems: Stability, steady state response, transient response, compensators, Root locus, bode plot.
- signal and systems: signal basics, system basics, Fourier transform, laplace transform, z-transform.
- network theory: nodal analysis , mesh analysis, theorems(thevinens, nortons, max power theorem, superposition), two port networks.
- microprocessor: mainly they will ask 8085 basics and small programs.
Practice all previous GATE questions,IES, JTO, etc... don't believe this is the exact BARC syllabus fully some what we are expecting finally i suggest you to just followthe total GATE syllabus.
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