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IPRC (ISRO Propulsion Complex) Apprentice Recruitment: 100 Walk-in Posts Available for 2024

ISRO IPRC Syllabus and Exam Pattern 2024

IPRC (ISRO Propulsion Complex) Apprentice Recruitment 2024

There are 100 vacancies overall.
Brief Information: An employment notice for an apprentice position has been posted by ISRO Propulsion Complex (IPRC). Candidates who meet all eligibility requirements and are interested in the details of the position are encouraged to read the notification before attending.

Overview of the ISRO IPRC Syllabus and Exam Pattern for 2024

Application Fee

  • Nil
 Important Dates

  • Date of Walk in Interview for Graduate & Technician Apprentice: 10-02-2024 (09:30 AM to 12:00 PM) & (02:00 PM to 04:00 PM) 
  • Date of Walk in Interview for Graduate Apprentice (Non Engineering): 11-02-2024 (09:30 AM to 12:00 PM)
Vacancy Details
Post Code  Post   Name   Total   Age   Limit (as on 03-02-2024)  Qualification
101 to 107 Graduate Apprentice
(Engineering)
41 28 years Degree (Relevant Engg)
108 to 112 Technician Apprentice 44 35 years Diploma (Relevant Engg)
113 Graduate Apprentice
(Non Engineering)
15 28 years Degree (Arts/Science/Commerce)

 

Selection Procedure for ISRO IPRC
Since there are several positions available in the most recent ISRO IPRC Job Openings, applicants must have submitted separate applications. Now read this section to learn about the ISRO IPRC Selection Procedure for different positions.

Written test plus skill test (based on curriculum) for the positions of technical assistant, technician (B), and draftsman (B).
Written exam plus skill test (driving test) for Heavy Vehicle Driver “A” and Light Vehicle Driver “A” posts
Written exam plus skill test (medical examination plus physical efficiency test) for Fireman “A” post.

Applicants for the aforementioned positions must to be adequately equipped for the relevant hiring procedure.
Note: The written test scores will be the basis for the ultimate decision.

Exam Pattern for Technical Assistant, Technician “B,” and Draughtsman “B” in ISRO IPRC 2024

Section Number of Questions Marks Time Duration
Curriculum (Academic Syllabus) 80 80 90 Minutes (1 and Half Hour)

Take note:
One mark will be given for each right response and 0.33 marks will be subtracted for each incorrect answer, or one-third negative marking will be applied for each incorrect response.
The applicant needs to pass the written test with 32 points out of 80.
The passing score for candidates from reserved categories for the Technician (B) and Draftsman (B) positions will be 24 out of 80 points, if the position is designated for the relevant category.

ISRO IPRC Fireman ‘A’ Exam Pattern

Type of Questions Number of Questions Marks Time Duration
Multiple Choice Questions 100 100 120 Minutes (2 Hours)

Take note:
For every incorrect response, a quarter of a point will be deducted; that is, one mark will be given for every right response and 0.25 marks will be taken away for each incorrect response.
The candidate must pass the written exam with a score of at least 50%.

Exam Pattern for ISRO IPRC Heavy Vehicle Driver (A) and Light Vehicle Driver (A)

Subject Number of Questions Marks Time Duration
Part ‘A’ – Questions based on Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 as amended from time to time (50 questions) 100 100 120 Minutes (2 Hours)
Part ‘B’ – Elementary English of 8th Standard Level (15 questions)
Part ‘C’ – Elementary Arithmetic of 10th Standard Level (15 questions)
Part ‘D’ – General Knowledge (20 questions)

Take note:
For every incorrect response, a quarter of a point will be deducted; that is, one mark will be given for every right response and 0.25 marks will be taken away for each incorrect response.
Candidates must pass the written exam with 50% of the possible points in Part A and 50% of the possible points in Parts B, C, and D combined.
When a post is set aside for a specific category, applicants from those categories will have their passing grades reduced by 25%.
The sum of the scores from the four written test sections will be used to determine who gets to move on to the skill test.

Technical Assistant (Mechanical)

  • Thermodynamics
  • Heat Transfer
  • Power Engineering
  • Machine Tool Operations
  • Materials and Their Properties
  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing
  • Production Planning and Control
  • Casting
  • Theory and Design of Machine
  • Operational Research

Technical Assistant (Electronics & Communication)

  • Digital Electronics
  • Transducer
  • Network Analysis and Synthesis
  • Signal System
  • Control System
  • Communication
  • Electronic Devices
  • Instrumentation

Technical Assistant (Electrical)

  • Networks
  • Machine
  • Power System
  • Control System
  • Power Electronics
  • Electrical Instrumentation
  • Electromagnetic Field Theory
  • Analog Electronics
  • Digital Electronics

Technical Assistant (Computer Science)

  • Programming
  • Data Structure
  • Compiler Design
  • Algorithms
  • Operating System
  • Database
  • Computer Architecture and Organization
  • Web Technologies

Technical Assistant (Civil)

  • Structural Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Hydraulics
  • Estimating, Costing, and Valuation
  • Transportation Engineering
  • Building Materials
  • RCC and Steel Design
  • Surveying
  • Irrigation Engineering
  • Soil Mechanics

Fireman ‘A’ post

  • Basic chemistry with reference to flammable liquids and gases
  • LPG properties
  • Relation between Pressure, volume and temperature
  • Areas of triangle, rectangle and parallelogram
  • Volumes of cylinders, cones, sphere and cuboid
  • Properties of Water, CO2, O2, H2, Inert gases
  • Basic concept in the use of electricity and its hazards
  • Simple Arithmetic (of Class X standard)
  • Basic English
  • General Knowledge and Current Affairs

 Heavy Vehicle Driver ‘A’, Light Vehicle Driver ‘A’

Part ‘A’ – Questions based on Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 as amended from time to time

  • Various Sections of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 as amended from time to time
  • Licensing of Drivers of Motor Vehicles
  • Registration of Motor Vehicles
  • Control of Transport Vehicles
  • Control of Traffic
  • Insurance of Motor Vehicles
  • Offence, Penalties and Procedure
  • Mandatory Signs
  • Accident Claims
  • Accident Claims Tribunals

Part ‘B’ (15 questions) – Elementary English of 8th Standard Level

  • Synonyms, Antonyms
  • Use of Correct Verbs
  • Choosing appropriate given words and phrases to fill-in the blanks in sentences

Part ‘C’ (15 questions) – Elementary Arithmetic of 10th Standard Level

  • Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division
  • Percentage, Ratio, Average

Part ‘D’ (20 questions) – General Knowledge

  • General Knowledge, Current Affairs
  • Who is Who
  • States and Capitals in India
  • Geography in India

Note: The syllabus for Technical Assistant is provided here for the sake of your reference.

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