GWSSB AAE Syllabus 2020 Additional Assistant Engineer Exam PDF

GWSSB AAE Syllabus

The latest GWSSB AAE Syllabus 2020 PDF and Exam Pattern are given on this page for the preparations of the written test of the vacant posts of Additional Assistant Engineers. The GWSSB Additional Asst Engg Recruitment Notification has been published to fill AEE (Civil/Mechanical) vacancies. The candidates, who fulfill the eligibility criteria, may fill the GWSSB AAE Recruitment Application Form Online on or before the last date. The written test will be conducted against above-mentioned vacant posts and the accurate time of exam & venue of the test will be printed in the applied applicants GWSSB AAE Admit Card.

GWSSB AAE Syllabus/Recruitment Details-

Department NameGujarat Water Supply Sewerage Board
GWSSB Vacancies DetailsTotal Posts- 

Posts Name- Additional Assistant Engineer (AEE)

  • Additional Assistant Engineer (Civil)- 83 Posts
  • Additional Assistant Engineer (Mechanical)- 22 Posts
Important Dates
  • The Last Date for Applying GWSSB Additional Asst Engg Recruitment is- 
  • The Releasing Date of GWSSB Additional Asst Engg Admit Card- Available Soon.
  • Exam Dates- Shortly Available.

How to prepare for written examination

Required Educational QualificationThe applying Candidates should have a Graduate Degree of Engineering in Civil/Mechanical or its equivalent from a recognized University.

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Age LimitationsThe applying applicant’s age should be between 18 years to 33 years.
Salary DetailsRs. 38,090/- per month plus all other allowances will be given to the appointed candidates.

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Application Fee
  • General- Rs. 400/- Plus Rs.12/- (Services Charge)
  • Backward Categories- Rs. 200/- Plus Rs.12/- (Services Charge)
Selection Process
  • Written Exam
  • Personal Interview
GWSSB 105 Additional Asst Engg Recruitment (અિધક મદદનીશ ઇજનેર)

GWSSB AAE Exam Pattern Details-

  1. The Multiple Objective Types Questions will be asked in the written test.
  2. Total- 250 Marks
  3. Four Papers will have appeared in the written test-

Paper I-

General Engineering (Civil/Mechanical)

  • Total Marks- 75
  • Duration of Exam- 180 Minutes

Paper II-

Sub Divisional Works Accounts

  • Total Marks- 75
  • Duration of Exam- 180 Minutes

Paper III-

Special Subject Water Supply or Sanitation Engineering/Mechanical Engineering & Bore drilling Technology

  • Total Marks- 75
  • Duration of Exam- 180 Minutes

Paper IV-

Practical Drawing (Civil or Mechanical)

  • Total Marks- 25
  • Duration of Exam- 75 Minutes

GWSSB AAE Syllabus Details- AAE Syllabus for General Engineering (Civil/Mechanical)-

  • Cement.
  • Composition and manufacture-storing, varieties and uses.
  • Normal and rapid hardening cement, Properties and l.S.S.tests.
  • Types of soils and safe bearing pressure on the various types of soils.
  • Masonry (various types): Brick masonry/Stonemasonry.
  • Effect of water content.
  • Cement Concrete.
  • Aggregates (coarse and fine).
  • Cement and water.
  • Proportioning and mixing.
  • Real, nominal and field mixes, bulking of sand.
  • Grading of aggregates, water-cement ratio, placing and curing.
  • Drafting specifications for various items in construction.
  • Cement Mortar.
  • Composition.
  • Preparation and uses, properties, strength, and tests.
  • Gauged mortars – proportioning of materials in mortars.
  • The strength of various mixes and uses.
  • Ready Mix Concrete and Admixtures.
  • Damp Proofing/ Water Proofing.
  • General principles of designing foundations.
  • Analysis of rates and schedule of rates.

Syllabus for Sub Divisional Works Accounts-

  • Contractors.
  • Rules regarding contracts as embodied in the different forms of agreements.
  • Contractor’s bills.
  • Piecework and contract work.
  • Aid and advances to contractors.
  • Measurement books, taking of measurements, use, and maintenance of measurement books.
  • Schedule of Rate.
  • Internal records of accounts.
  • Stores.
  • Initial records, receipts, and issues including issues to contractors.
  • Material at site accounts.
  • B1-B2Tenders.
  • The delegation of powers.
  • Various Types of Approvals for Projects (WS & Drainage).
  • Importance of action plan & Elements.
  • B1-B2Tender.
  • PPP Models.
  • Standard Tender Documents.
  • DTPs.

Syllabus for Water Supply or Sanitation Engineering-

  • Criteria- Per capita water supply
  • Peak factors.
  • Quality
  • The objective of public protected water supply.
  • Basic Design Considerations.
  • Design Period.
  • Population forecast.
  • Flow measurement in open channels.
  • Drops.
  • Notches.
  • Weirs.
  • Flumes.
  • Standards
  • Considerations.
  • Differential pressure devices.
  • Water meters.
  • Venturi meters.
  • Orifice plates and nozzles.
  • Pilot tubes.
  • Biological treatment.
  • Activated sludge process.
  • Oxidation ponds and ditches.
  • Anaerobic processes like UASB etc.
  • Tertiary treatment and recycling of sewage.
  • Aim and Objective of Sewage disposal.
  • Definitions of common terms used in Waste Water Engineering.
  • Systems of Sanitation.
  • Conventional treatment.
  • PPP model.
  • Conservancy system and Water Carriage system.
  • Sewer appurtenances.
  • Pumping of sewage.
  • Characteristics’ of sewage (BOD, COD etc).
  • Sewage treatment processes.

Syllabus for Practical Drawing-

  • Practical and oral test in surveying and setting out.
  • Setting out a plan on the ground.
  • Google Earth & Google Map for the Survey Work of RWSS.
  • MIS Software.
  • Care and adjustment of levels.
  • Leveling and reduction of levels.
  • Setting out angles.
  • Application of Branch & Excel.
  • Survey & leveling.
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