BSNL Junior Engineer Syllabus 2016

The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has advertised recruitment notification. Now here we have syllabus to prepare for the examination of BSNL Recruitment 2016. The candidates those who aim to crack the examination can prepare from BSNL JE TTA Syllabus Exam Pattern 2016. Here we are providing some important information regarding BSNL JE Syllabus 2016.The candidates who are searching previous papers can check through BSNL JE Previous Year Papers Pdf. The candidates can download BSNL Telecom Technical Assistant Syllabus 2016 through official website.

BSNL Telecom Technical Assistant Syllabus 2016

The Bharat Sanchar Nigam has announced recruitment Notification for 2700 Junior Engineer & Telecom Technical Assistant Posts. All candidates who has interest to apply for this BSNL Recruitment can apply through online on or before last date. The candidate who completed diploma , or any graduation can apply for this recruitment. The applicants can also check the syllabus through BSNL JTO syllabus for electronics and communication. The applied candidates can check the syllabus from Syllabus pdf file of  BSNL JE Exam Syllabus 2016, BSNL JTO syllabus for electrical engineering , BSNL JTO syllabus for electronics and communication .

BSNL JE Jobs Recruitment 2016 for 2700 Vacancies (Details)


 Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL)

Total Post


Post Name – JE & TTA



Last Date

 10 August 2016

Exam Date

25 September 2016

BSNL JE TTA Exam Pattern 2016

Paper Subjects No.of Questions Marks Duration
Part 1 General Ability Test 20 20  

3 Hours

Part 2 Basic Engineering 90 90
Part 3 Specialization 90 90
Total   200 200

BSNL JE Syllabus 2016 Details

Syllabus for Section I

Materials and Components :

Electronic Engineering materials


Ceramic materials

Ceramic resonators


Electromechanical components

Ferroelectric material



Magnetic material

Optical materials

Passive components

Piezoelectric materials



Superconducting materials

Physical Electronics, Electron Devices and          

Integrated Circuits

Bipolar Junction Transistor

Carrier Statistics

Electrons and Holes concept

Hall Effect

Junction theory

Power switching devices


Types of diodes

Types of IC’s like bipolar, MOS and CMOS

Electromagnetic Theory              

Basics of antenna theory

Transmission lines

Waveguides and resonators

Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation               

Electronic measurements of non-electrical quantities

Electronic measuring instruments

Error analysis

Measurement standards

Measurements of basic electrical quantities


Working principles of measuring instruments

Network Theory              

Elements of network synthesis

Network analysis techniques

Network theorem

Transient and steady state sinusoidal response

Transmission criteria

Power Electronics          

AC regulators

AC to DC convertors


Power Semiconductor devices

Pulse width modulation

Single-phase and 3-phase Invertors

Sinusoidal modulation

Switched capacitor networks


Syllabus for Section II

Digital Electronic Circuits            

Boolean algebra

Boolean functions

Combinational logic circuits


Digital Comparator


Full adder

Half adder

IC logic families

IC Logic gates

Karnaugh Map


Semiconductor memories


Types of counters and registers

Waveform generators

Analog Electronic Circuits           

Feedback amplifiers

Frequency response

Operational Amplifier


Power amplifiers

Pulse shaping circuits


Small Signal analysis

Transistor biasing

Tuned amplifiers

Control Systems              


Design of Control Systems

Frequency response analysis

Gain and phase margins

Industrial controllers

Root locus techniques

Transient and steady state response

Communication Systems            

Frequency division multiplexing

Optical Communication

Propagation of signals

Quantization & Coding


Data reconstruction

Satellite communication

Time division Multiplexing

Microwave Engineering              

Microwave antennas

Microwave Communication

Microwave generation and amplifiers

Microwave Measurements

Microwave Propagation

Microwave Tubes

Solid state devices


Computer Engineering 

Control unit design

Data representation

Computer architecture processor design

Data structures

I/O System Organization

Memory organization

Number Systems

Personal computers



Applications of Microprocessors in Telecommunications

Assembly language programming

Instruction set

Interfacing for memory and I/O

Microprocessor architecture

Syllabus for Section III

English Language

Current affairs

Current events and developments in Telecommunication Sector

  1. N.swathi

    Sir OBC category has bc-a,b,c,d…so how many posts are allotted for BC-d,please reply me