KPTCL Mock Tests - Importance
Gauge your subject knowledge
Mock Tests are online tests that closely simulate the actual exams. They are often based on the previous year's question papers, giving you an idea of what to and what not to prepare for. Mock tests are a great way to gauge your subject knowledge as well as practice for the actual test. It helps you to not only prepare for the test but also get familiar with how the test is conducted and how the questions are framed. A mock test can be made in two ways. You can either attempt a sample paper from previous year's question papers, or you can attend Oliveboard's KPTCL Mock Tests curated by Karnatakas top faculties.
It simultes the experience of attending Real Exams
Mock tests are simulated tests of real exams. The idea is to provide students with an opportunity to practice the exam under exam conditions, so that they can learn to tackle it confidently when the time comes. Mock tests can be designed in different ways and focus on different areas, such as the questions the student might face, the strategy of answering questions, remembering formulas and facts, etc.
Strategy Building and Time Management
The primary benefit of a mock test is that it helps students to prepare well for the exam in terms of time management and strategy. If students practice enough with mock tests, they would be able to solve most questions in the actual test without much difficulty. Ideally, students should start practicing with mock tests at least two months before the exam date.
KPTCL Exam - Overview
|Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Limited
|Name of Post
|Executive AE, AE, JE, and JA
|Yet to be announced
|Major cities in Karnataka
|B.Tech or B.E in Electrical, and Civil Engineering
KPTCL Exam Pattern
KPTCL holds recruitment for different posts in the Corp. and ESCOM. For the recruitment to the posts, KPTCL conducts an exam known as KPTCL Exam. It is basically to test the technical knowledge of candidates in their respective fields. The selection process is divided into two parts which are as follows:
There is a written exam for the eligible candidates. The written exam is the first qualifying round of the KPTCL Exam.
The Candidates who clear the written exam will sit for the interview round. Those candidates whose names are on the merit list after Written Exam will be eligible for the interview.
Candidates applying for the post of Assistant Executive Engineer (Electrical), Assistant Engineer (Electrical or Civil) should have passed the 10th standard with Kannada as 1st or 2nd language. If the candidate has not studied the Kannada language, he/she must appear in the Kannada Language Test conducted before the Aptitude test. The details for the Kannada Language test is as follows:
- Total no. of Marks is 150 Marks.
- Marks required to pass are 50 Marks.
- The Kannada Language Test is conducted only in Bangalore.