WRD IRRIGATION JUNIOR ENGINEER JE
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The state of Maharashtra come into existence in the year 1960 after bifurcation of old Bombay State into Maharashtra and Gujarat. In the year 1960 the Public Works Department was divided into Irrigation Department and Building and Communication Department. Since 26 October 2004 Irrigation Department is known as Water Resources Department. Water Resources Department has a glorious history of Irrigation over last the 150 years. Before existence of State of Maharashtra it had three irrigation acts in existence for western Maharashtra Bombay irrigation Act 1879(Mumbai), for Vidarbha, Central provisions Act 1931(Pune) and for Marathwada, Hyderabad irrigation act was in existence(Nashik). After Maharashtra State came into existence, new irrigation act was formed for all of Maharashtra on 5 August 1976.
WRD Irrigation Department Syllabus for Jr and Assistant Engineer Exam:
A) Civil: Building Materials, Surveying, Engineering Mechanics, Soil Mechanics, Hydraulics, Environmental Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Transportation Engineering, Structures Design, Irrigation Engineering, etc.
B) Electrical: Electrical Machines, Power Systems, Power Electronics & Drives, Control Systems, Basics of Electrical Engineering Basics, Utilization of Electrical Energy, Analog & Digital Circuits, etc.
C) Mechanical: Heat Engines, Automobile Engineering, Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Material Strength, Manufacturing Technology, Machines Theories, Hydraulics, Management, Structural Engineering, Industrial Engineering, etc.
D) General Intelligence: Problem Solving, Space Visualization, Judgment, Analysis, Analogies, Differences, Similarities, Decision Making, Visual memory, Observation, Discrimination, Arithmetical Reasoning, Relationship Concepts, Arithmetical Number Series, Verbal & Figure Classification, etc.
E) General Knowledge: Freedom Struggle, Current Events (National & International), General Policy, Indian History, Indian Culture, Indian Polity, Indian Constitution, Reasoning, Indian Geography, Indian Economy, IT & Space, Science & Techn