ESE exam syllabus

According to Detailed Advertisement for the posts of Junior Engineer-I, Junior Chemist and Informatics Assistant (Advertisement No.RVUN/P&A/Rectt./03/2021)

The Examination body Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut utpadan Nigam Ltd release RVUNL JEN Syllabus 2021. Aspirants can access Rajasthan JEN Syllabus Subject Wise. The RVUNL Syllabus & Exam Pattern help in the exam of JEN 2021. Applicants who are searching RVUNL Junior Engineer Syllabus 2021 and start their exam preparation to crack this exam then they can download their exam pattern also.

Syllabus for RVUNL JE Exam 20201 is as follows –

RVUNL Junior Engineer Exam Pattern 2021

Computer-based “common written competitive exam” shall be conducted through Online mode.

The Question Paper shall be of two (2) hours duration and shall consist of Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice Questions) only.

Junior Engineer Exam Pattern 2021

The Question Paper shall consist of two parts as detailed below
Part – A : 60% weightage
The standard and syllabus of the examination will be of the level of Degree in Engineering in the respective discipline.


Part – B : 40% weightage

(i) Reasoning & Mental Ability
(ii) Mathematics
(iii) General Knowledge & Everyday Science
(iv) Hindi General
(v) English General

RVUNL Junior Engineer JEN Exam Syllabus 2021

RVUNL JEN Syllabus: 

PART A (60%)

The standard and syllabus of the examination will be of the level of Degree in Engineering in the respective discipline.

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PART B (40%)

A brief out-line of scope of each sub-part is given hereunder for general guidelines of
candidates, but is not intended to be exhaustive :-
(i) Reasoning & Mental Ability :- Analytical Reasoning, Number series, Letter series,
Odd man out, Coding-Decoding, Shapes and Mirror Images, Clocks, etc.
(ii) Mathematics:- Mathematics. (Class-XII level).
(iii)General Knowledge & Everyday Science :- Current events including issues of
State (Rajasthan), National & International importance, Persons & Places in recent
news, Games & Sports, Science, Indian History, Civics, Geography, Indian Polity, etc.,
with special reference to Rajasthan.
(iv) Hindi General :- Hindi Grammar and language (Class-X level).
(v) English General :- English Grammar and language (Class-X level).
The Question Papers, except “Hindi General” of Part-B, shall be in English only.

RVUNL Junior Chemist Syllabus

(i) Reasoning & Mental Ability
(ii) Mathematics
(iii) General Knowledge & Everyday Science
(iv) Hindi General
(v) English General
A brief out-line of scope of each sub-part is given hereunder for general guidelines of
candidates, but is not intended to be exhaustive :-
(i) Reasoning & Mental Ability :- Analytical Reasoning, Number series, Letter series,
Odd man out, Coding-Decoding, Shapes and Mirror Images, Clocks, etc.
(ii) Mathematics:- Mathematics. (Class-XII level)
(iii)General Knowledge & Everyday Science :- Current events including issues of
State (Rajasthan), National & International importance, Persons & Places in recent
news, Games & Sports, Science, Indian History, Civics, Geography, Indian Polity, etc.,
with special reference to Rajasthan.
(iv) Hindi General :- Hindi Grammar and language (Class-X level).
(v) English General :- English Grammar and language (Class-X level).
Phase – II
Qualifying Typing Speed Test on Computer :
(a) Hindi Typing 15 Minutes
(b) English Typing 15 Minutes
Note: –
(i) Speed Test in Hindi & English languages on Computer machine shall be taken of
only those candidates who will qualify the Phase-I of the examination. The
number of candidates to be admitted to the Phase-II of the examination
(Qualifying Typing Speed Test) shall be about three times of the advertised
vacancies (category-wise).
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(ii) No marks shall be given in Qualifying Typing Speed Test and Merit list will be
prepared only on the basis marks obtained in the Phase-I of the examination, but
only those candidates who qualify the Typing Speed Test shall be eligible for
inclusion in the Merit list.
The Question Paper (except “Hindi General” and “English General” section) shall be
‘bilingual’ i.e. both in English & Hindi.

  1. There shall be no ‘Interview’.
  2. There will be ‘Negative’ marking for each wrong answer.
  3. To become eligible for consideration for appointment, candidates shall be required to
    secure minimum passing marks in Part-A & Part-B or Phase-I, as the case may be as
    detailed below in the written competitive exams :-
    (i) UR category candidates – 30% marks
    (ii) SC/ST/BC/MBC/EWS/Ex-servicemen/ – 20% marks


Part – A : 60% weightage
The standard and syllabus of the examination will be of the level of Post Graduation in
Chemistry/ Graduation Degree in Chemical Engineering.
Part – B : 40% weightage
(i) Reasoning & Mental Ability
(ii) Mathematics
(iii) General Knowledge & Everyday Science
(iv) Hindi General
(v) English General
A brief out-line of scope of each sub-part is given hereunder for general guidelines of
candidates, but is not intended to be exhaustive :-
(i) Reasoning & Mental Ability :- Analytical Reasoning, Number series, Letter series,
Odd man out, Coding-Decoding, Shapes and Mirror Images, Clocks, etc.
(ii) Mathematics:- Mathematics. (Class-X level)
(iii) General Knowledge & Everyday Science :- Current events including issues of
State (Rajasthan), National & International importance, Persons & Places in recent
news, Games & Sports, Science, Indian History, Civics, Geography, Indian Polity,
etc., with special reference to Rajasthan.
(iv) Hindi General :- Hindi Grammar and language (Class-X level).
(v) English General :- English Grammar and language (Class-X level).
The Question Papers, except “Hindi General” of Part-B, shall be in English only.

The competitive exam for the post of Informatics Assistant shall be conducted in two Phases as follows :
Phase – I
In the Phase-I, computer based “written competitive exam” shall be conducted through
Online mode and Question Paper shall be in two parts of total two(2) hours’ duration,
consisting of Objective Type Questions (Multiple Choice Questions – MCQ) only, as detailed
hereunder :-
Part – A : 60% weightage
(i) Data Interpretation, Data Sufficiency, Major development in the field of
Information Technology.
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(ii) Overview of the Computer System including input-output devices, pointing
devices, and scanner.
(iii) Introduction to Operating System, Word Processing (MS-Word), Spread
Sheet Software (MS-Excel), Presentation Software (MS Power Point), DBMS
Software (MA-Access).
(iv) Representation of Data (Digital versus Analog, Number System – Decimal,
Binary & Hexadecimal), Introduction to Data Processing, Concepts of files
and its types.
(v) Introduction of Internet Technology and Protocol. LAN, MAN, WAN, Search
Service/ Engines. Introduction to online & offline messaging. World Wide
Web Browsers, Web publishing, Creation & maintenance of Websites, HTML,
Interactivity Tools, Multimedia and Graphics, Voice Mail and Video
Conferencing, Introduction to e-Commerce.
(vi) Security, Protecting Computer Systems from viruses & malicious attacks,
Introduction to Firewalls and its utility, Backup & Restoring data.
(vii) Algorithms for Problem Solving, Introduction to C Language, Principles and
Programming Techniques, Introduction of Object Oriented Programming
(OOPs) concept, Introduction to “Integrated Development Environment” and
its advantages.
Part – B : 40% weightage

General Science:

  • Organic and Inorganic Chemistry
  • Light
  • Weight and mass
  • periodic table
  • Heat
  • Metal
  • Human physiology
  • Human health and disease
  • Microorganism
  • macro organism
  •  insects and reptiles
  • Plants
  • Microbes
  • evolution

General Knowledge:

  • Indian History (including ancient, medieval, modern, Constitution and polity, great character, and others)
  • National and Regional Geography
  • Natural vegetation
  • River system and drainage
  • Industry and agriculture
  • Indian Economics
  • Civics
  • Persons and places
  • Games and sports
  • Special reference to Rajasthan
  • Basic Computer knowledge

General English:

  • Sentence-verb-agreement
  • Article and preposition
  • Spelling test
  • Passage completion
  • Antonym and Synonym
  • Word formation
  • Idioms and phrases
  • Sentence improvement
  • Error correction
  • Voice change
  • Narration
  • Fill in the blanks with appropriate words
  • One word substitution
  • Joining and splitting
  • Topic rearrangement

General Hindi:

  • Class X level Hindi Grammar and language

Numerical aptitude:

  • Number system and related problems
  • Decimals and fraction
  • Square roots
  • Simplification and approximation
  • H.C.F. and L.C.M. Related problems
  • Percentage
  • Ratio and proportion
  • Time and work
  • Pipe and cisterns
  • Profit and loss
  • Time and distance
  • Boats and stream
  • Problems on train
  • Average
  • Mixtures and allegations
  • Numbers and ages
  • Indices and surds
  • Simple equations
  • Partnership
  • Probability
  • Simple and compound interest
  • Permutations and combinations
  • Mensuration
  • Areas
  • Volumes 

General Awareness:

  • National, international, and state current events, important treaty and Mous, famous demise, recent awards

General Intelligence and Reasoning ability:

  • Data sufficiency 
  • Artificial language
  • Making judgments
  • Matching definitions
  • Series test
  • Puzzles
  • Data interpretation
  • Analogies
  • Direction and distance
  • Number
  • Sitting arrangement
  • Passage and conclusion
  • Ranking and time sequence
  • Classification
  • Decision-making ability
  • Statement and arguments
  • Statement and assumptions
  • Input / Output
  • Coding decoding
  • Passage and conclusion
  • Alphabet test
  • Figure series
  • Miscellaneous test
  • Statement and conclusion
  • Word formation 
  • Blood relations
  • Letter and symbol series
  • Syllogism
  • Odd figure out
  • Assertion and reasoning
  • Theme detection
  • Logical problems
  • Verbal Classification
  • Cause and effect
  • Logical deduction