Vyapam Sub Engineer 2018 Cut Off Predictor Result For Electrical Engineering

  “SUB-ENGINEER EXAM -2018”

CUT-OFF PREDICTOR RESULT

Hi Guys ,

This year many of you have appeared for sub-engineer examination -2018 which was conducted by PEB Madhya Pradesh and we sincerely hope that all of you have done your best and fared well.

Based on the data collected of the marks being obtained by students and  comparing the difficulty level of sub-engineer examination -2018 paper with sub-engineer examination -2017 paper and  more previous years paper and detailed analysis of this year examination in each slot.

Now , we have come up with the following marks as the expected cut-off in the respective category.

Based on our analysis, the number of questions and weightage of each subject, TEAM AEC is giving marks to each subject out of 10 , which is based on institute’s curriculum for classroom courses, study material provided by institute and also the toughness level of questions.

 

Electrical Engineering

This year Electrical Engineering exam was held in only one shift as on 1-sept-2018 in the morning shift. According to our team and our expert panel the paper was bit easier compared to last year. The detailed analysis is given below-

As compared to previous year question paper some changes are observed , this year four questions came from General Physics , three questions came from PLC-SCADA & two questions were from General Studies in the technical section.

The detailed analysis is given below –

Technical Section

 

S.NO.

SUBJECTS

No of Questions

1. Electrical Machines 21 Questions
2. Power System 18 Questions
3. Network Analysis 09 Questions
4. Measurement & Instrumentation 08 Questions
5. Utilization of Electrical Energy 10 Questions
6. Analog Electronics 06 Questions
7. Digital Electronics 02 Questions
8. Micro-processor & Micro-controller 03 Questions
9. Control System 02 Questions
10. Estimating & Costing 03 Questions
11. Power Electronics 06 Questions
12. Material Science 03 Questions
13. PLC-SCADA 03 Questions
14. General physics * 04 Questions
16. General studies * 02 Questions

(*) Questions from these subjects were not mentioned in the syllabus , they are considered as out of syllabus.

 

 

  • Electrical Machines :- There were total 21 questions from this subject, out of which (2-3) Questions were difficult and rest all questions were easy, questions mainly came from transformer, d.c machines,electrical braking etc.

 AEC SCORE 9 marks out of 10.

 

 

  • Power System :- There were total 18 questions from this subject, out of which 14 questions were easy, 2 were moderate & 2 questions were of difficult level. questions mainly came from protection, fault, transmission etc.

 AEC SCORE 8.5 marks out of 10.

 

 

  • Network Analysis :- There were total 9 questions from this subject, out of which only 1 question was of moderate level, all other questions were easy. Questions mainly came from basic network analysis concepts,network elements and one question from resonance condition. overall this was the easiest part in technical section. There was no question from network circuit analysis.

 AEC SCORE 10 marks out of 10.

 

 

  • Analog Electronics There were total 6 Questions from this subject, out of which 2 Questions were difficult because of some factual data required about UJT. Remaining all 4 Questions were easy to answer. Questions mainly Came from BJT, MOSFET etc.

 AEC SCORE  9.5 Marks out of 10.

 

 

  • Measurement & Instrumentation : There were total 8 Questions from this subject. this was the 2nd easiest Subject asked in the Question Paper. All Questions were very easy mainly Questions Came from Wattmeter, Ammeter Voltmeter, error etc.

 AEC SCORE  10 marks out of 10.

 

 

  • Utilization of Electrical Energy There were total 10 Questions from this subject, Level of questions was Moderate because deep knowledge of subject was Required. Questions mainly Came from electric traction, welding, lamps etc.

 AEC SCORE  8 marks out of 10.

 

 

  • Digital Electronics There were only total 2 Questions from this subject compared to last year, out of which one question was from logic family which was unexpected, and another question from frequency divider which was very easy.

 AEC SCORE  10 marks out of 10.

 

 

  • Power Electronics There were total 6 Questions from this subject, out of which one question was difficult which was asked on voltage swell definition. remaining all other questions came from converters, inverter & one question from buck regulator. Level of questions was very easy.

 AEC SCORE 9.5 marks out of 10.

 

 

  • Micro – processor & Micro – Controller There were total 3 Questions from this subject, out of which all questions were from 8051 micro- Controller, no question came from microprocessor, level of questions was moderate, Questions came from the basic knowledge of registers in 8051 etc.

 AEC SCORE 9.5 marks out of 10.

 

 

  • Control System There were total 2 Questions from this subject, this was unexpected subject in the paper which was not in the syllabus of diploma level but , the level of questions were moderate, mainly questions came from Controller, feedback system etc.

 AEC SCORE 9 marks out of 10.

 

 

  • Material Science There were total 2 Questions from this subject, one questions was difficult which was Eureka, another question Came from fuse material property.

 AEC SCORE  8 Out of 10 Marks.

 

 

  • Estimating & Costing Total 3 Questions Came from this subject, the level of 2 questions was difficult because they were about tramcars, Screwed conductor, but one question was very easy which was based on tower parts under the ground. This was the toughest subject asked in this examination.

 AEC SCORE  3 marks Out of 10.

 

 

  • PLC – SCADA This was the another subject which was not expected by the vyapam at all and total 3 Questions came from this subject first time in this examination, one of them was easy as it was based on an input device to PLC, other two were difficult

 AEC SCORE  3 marks Out of 10.

 

 Expected topper marks in this section will be 85-89 marks out of 100 & (79-84) marks will be a good score for unreserved category.

  

 

 Number of wrong Questions –

1) Question no. 92 – In purely inductive circuit , voltage lags current by-Answer given by PEB – 90 Degree.

Correct explaination – In Inductive circuit current lags voltage by 90 degree.

This Question has to be cancelled.

 

2) Question no. 96 – In series-parallel combination of resistance , the minimum number of resistance required is ?

Answer given by PEB – 2.

Correct explaination – Answer should be 3.

 

3) Question no. 99 – Open circuit test result on a DC generator at rated speed. The residual  voltage of the generator is ?

Answer given by PEB – 15 volt.

Correct explaination – Residual voltage can be obtained by making field current zero.

 

    

        

NON-TECHNICAL SECTION

 

  • General knowledge There were total 9 Questions from MP–GK and remaining 7 question were from static GK and current affairs. No question came from history, geography & economics. This sub-section was little bit difficult in non-technical section.

AEC SCORE  4 marks out of 10.

 

  • General Hindi There were total 14 questions in this section. all topics were divided in equal parts (muhavare, sandhi, samas, one-word substitution) etc. There were total 3-4 questions which were difficult to answer but remaining all were very easy.

AEC SCORE  7 marks out of 10.

 

 

  • General Computer There were total 14 questions in this section. 12 questions came from MS-office (MS-excel, MS-word) out of which 3-4 questions were difficult to answer, Remaining all were very easy & rest 2 questions came from only memory types which were very easy.

AEC SCORE  8 marks out of 10.

 

 

 

  • General English There were total 14 questions from this section which consisted of some easy questions from verbs, tenses, adjectives, articles, prepositions, spelling check. The question’s from sentence transformation and spotting the error were of moderate level.

    AEC SCORE  9 marks out of 10.

 

 

  • General Mathematics There were total 14 questions from this section which consisted of questions from almost every topics. Questions from geometry and algebra were of moderate level and questions from mensuration, probability, coordinate geometry were of easy level. Question from number system were quite confusing. Some questions of general mathematics were also asked in general logical ability section.

   AEC SCORE  10 marks out of 10.

 

 

  • General logical ability There were total 14 questions from this section which consisted only 5-6 questions from reasoning and all question of reasoning were very easy. Rest questions were of easy level from Time and Work, Profit and loss, Percentage, Time and Distance. Mixture & Alligations, Ratio & Proportion.

   AEC SCORE  10 marks out of 10.

 

 

  • General ScienceThere were total 14 questions from this section which consisted of 5 questions from Biology part from which the 2 questions of cell biology were of difficult level. 1 question from plant kingdom was also of difficult level. 2 questions from Environmental Pollution & Diseases were of easy level. It also consisted of 5 question’s from physics which were of very easy level from velocity, acceleration, momentum and basic terminologies. It also consisted of 4 question from chemistry in which 2 questions were asked from nuclear reaction which were of moderate level and 1 easy level question from types of reaction was asked.

  AEC SCORE 8 marks out of 10.

 

 Note – Expected topper marks in this section will be 85-89 marks out of 100 & ( 79-84 ) marks will be a good score for unreserved category.

 

 

Number of wrong questions –

Note – there was no incorrect question in this section.

 

 

EXPECTED CUT-OFF As vacancies in this year are too less in number as compared to last year. In Some departments electrical and mechanical seats are common and this year mechanical engineering technical section was easy compared to electrical engineering exam. So electrical stream students will be in favour of normalization of upto 2 marks.

  • Topper marks may lie between (168-174) out of 200.
  • Expected cut-off for UR category is between (157-163) marks out of 200.
  • Expected cut-off for UR Female is above 144  marks out of 200.
  • Expected cut-off for OBC is above (147 – 155) marks out of 200.
  • Expected cut-off for OBC Female is above 141 marks out of 200.
  • Expected cut-off for SC is between (133-139) marks out of 200.
  • Expected cut-off for SC Female is above 126 marks out of 200.
  • Expected cut-off for ST is above (118-127) marks out of 200.
  • Expected cut-off for ST Female is above  111 marks out of 200.

 

Note – This is the expected cut –off which  may vary upto ± 2 marks .

 

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