About JTO

About JTO

PUBLIC SECTOR UNIT(JTO) : BSNL – BHEL – HAL – BEL – ECIL – NTPC Such exams come under one umbrella (i.e) PSU.
If you really want to prepare for JTO exam then you have to put more efforts and solve the previous exam papers. This will provide you a confidence and increase your knowledge as well as time to attempt the question paper.
If you want to crack this exam you need good coaching besides good reference books and guidance.
Through written test BSNL recruits Junior Telecom officers.
Who has passed out his/her Be/B.Tech from the following branches are eligible for
JTO’s. [Electronics/Telecommunications/Radio/Civil/Computer/Electrical/Information Technology]
. Fresher’s and software’s are also eligible for such examination – [JTO’s]
The written test purely objective type Duration – 3 hours.
One question paper containing 3 sections of
Engineering section – I
Engineering Section – II
General Ability Test – III
If you want to crack this exam you have to get/obtain a very good score from section – III. [General Ability Test].
Minimum quality marks must be required in each section.
There should be a negative marks so because the of that You can take the calculator along with you.
Section – I contains the following topics
Materials and components
2) Physical Electronics/Electronics devices and IC’s
3) Network Theory
4) Electromagnetic Theory
5) Electronic measurements and instrumentation
6) Power electronics

The most important questions come from the following topics. Network Theory – Electronics/Electronic devices and IC’s – Electronic measurement and instrumentations. There are some standard questions usually come from Electronic theory/ materials and components.
Definitely you need basic knowledge from Power Electronics , Power Electronics is one of the subject in EEE.

Section – II Contains the following topics
Analog Electronics – Circuits – Digital Electric Circuits – Central Systems – Communication Systems and microprocessors
ou will have a critical and very intelligent question from control systems/communication systems and digital Electronic Circuits Hence, Better concentrate on such topics
You need Basic knowledge from communication systems/microwave engineering. Because such topics don’t cover in B. Tech for Electrical/computer and It students.
IES [Engineering Services] ECE Syllabus is enough to go for JTO’s. So you better cover previous GATE and IES papers.
If you want you can go for reference books like [GATE/IES] G.K. Publishers and Upkar publishers.
Section – III: The Candidate comprehension and under standing of General English shall be tested [Reading comprehension/vocabulary/functional Grammar] Regarding G.K. Questions come from [current events/History of Indian Geography/Events and developments in Telecommunications]

General Preparation Tips:
You must prepare notes for each and every subject. You have to refer the previous questions of the JTO’s
Better discuss a difficult subject with your friends so that there might be a chance to remember some important points when you go on thoroughly definitely you will have a command on the subject.
Be careful of the negative marks. When you are sure and confident then answer otherwise skip off.
Find out your weakness and try to over come and strengthen in that. Besides that try to attempt as many as questions from previous papers and solve the model papers. Better analize the answers you put wrong and the questions you skip off.
Try to complete the preparation before the date of examination. So that you will free from the tension and amuiety.
Better give equal importance for each and every subject while preparing.
cut off marks of previous year exam of jto-2007 are General cut off 35.66 OBC 28 SC 26.83
cut off marks of previous year exam of jto-2009 are General cut off 35.66 OBC 28 SC 26.83