BSNL JTO EXAMINATION 2014

BSNL(Bharat Sanchar Nijam Limited)

This is one of the Communication Departments which are of the public sector and The selection of candidates in to the BSNL are taken by considering the eligibility criteria and there are different posts which are available for the BSNL Recruitments and the candidates who are interested of respected branches of study can apply for the BSNL Recruitment Examination….
The BSNL Conducts the Selection Process for the JTO Recruitment and the JTO is the Junior Telecom Officer.The Recruitments is conducted for only the respective branches of study only and the eligible branches of study for JTO are…
*Computer
*Electrical
*Electronics
*Information Technology
*Radio
*Telecommunication
These are the branches of study for which the JTO Examination are eligible for…..
There are some eligibility criteria which are needed to be satisfied in order to apply for the JTO Examination and some of the eligibility criteria required are…
>>You must have completed the graduation in the above mentioned branches of study….
and you must score at least 60% above for appearing to this examination and the candidates who are in finale year of graduation can also appear for the Examination…
>>You must have attained the age of 21 years and must not exceed the age of 30 years and the age relaxations are also available for the candidates of..
SC/ST-5 years
OBC-3 years
Government servants-5 years
These are the minimum qualifications needed to appear for the JTO Examination…..

Examination Pattern:
The examination is of objective type examination and the examination takes place in three ways mainly they are….
*Engineering Syllabus sections
*General Ability Test
These are the sections included in the Examination ….

BSNL – JTO Placement Test

The BSNL – JTO paper is divided into 3. The question distribution is mentioned below.

BSNL Recruitment for JTOs (Telecom)

  • Part – I : Engineering stream – 50
  • Part – II : Engineering stream – 50
  • Part – III : General Ability Test – 20

For JTOs (Electrical)

  • Part -I : Electrical Engineering stream – 50
  • Part -II : Electrical Engineering stream – 50
  • Part -III : General Awareness – 20

Recruitment in BSNL JTOs (Civil)

  • Part -I : Civil Engineering stream – 50
  • Part -II : Civil Engineering stream – 50
  • Part -III : General Ability Test – 20

The question paper of the BSNL JTO exam will be completely of the objective nature. Its syllabus will be similar to that of the Engineering Examination carried out by any Indian university.

BSNL – JTO Placement Interview

Once the applicant has cleared the written test, the Technical Interview is the next round for them in the selection procedure. In this interview, applicants will be questioned about the subjects they have studied so far. They might be asked questions about the project that they have done. The HR interview will follow this round.

BSNL – JTO Placement Test Preparation Tips

Questions of general nature will be asked in the written part of the interview procedure. One can consider this as the easiest part in the selection procedure. Numerous competitive exam guides will be available for providing help for the candidates. One of the best reference books includes R.S.AGARWAL’s. The Psychometric Test will contain 150 questions which the candidates need to finish answering within 30 minutes. Candidates need to be honest when they are answering the questions asked. This is because the main intention of the psychometric test is to determine the aptitude of the applicant.

BSNL – JTO Placement Interview Preparation Tips

If the applicant has cleared all the tests then the next thing for them to do is to perform well in the interview. One can never expect what the firm will ask, so they need to be very well prepared in advance. Applicants will be asked technical questions in addition to questions on the projects they did. While answering each question, students need to be sure that they answer clearly and without hesitation. In case the applicants get a chance to ask a question about the firm and its functions to the judging panel, students must make use of this opportunity. The final round of the interview process will be the HR round. To be successful in this round, applicants need to come prepared with self introduction, their role models, their strengths and other abilities etc.