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IRCON Engineer Syllabus 2016

The IRCON International has released the Syllabus for the Works Engineer & Geologist Exam. The candidates who have applied for the Exam can visit the Official Website to download the Syllabus for the exam.  The applied candidates will appear in the written exam conducted by the board. So the candidates can start preparing for the exam using the Syllabus.

IRCON Engineer Recruitment 2016

The IRCON International has released a notification for the recruitment of Works Engineer & Geologist posts. There are almost 32 vacancies to be filled. Interested and eligible candidates do visit the Official Website to apply for the post before the last date. The last date for the submission of the Application form is on 18th May 2016. People who have completed the or post Graduation from any recognized university or equivalent to it are eligible to the Geologist posts, and the applicants who have possessed the Graduation Degree in the Civil Engineering are eligible to the IRCON Engineer post.

More Details –  IRCON Syllabus 2016

Name of the Organisation: IRCON International.

Name of the Post: Works Engineer & Geologist.

No of vacancies: 32.

Category: Syllabus.

Job Location: India.

Official website:

IRCON Syllabus 2016

Civil Engineer Syllabus 2016

  • Civil Engineering Materials and Construction.
  • Solid Mechanics, Structural Analysis.
  • Concrete Technology.
  • Reinforced Concrete Structures.
  • Steel Structures.
  • PSC Structures.
  • Fluid Mechanics.
  • Hydrology & Water Resources Engineering.
  • Hydraulic Structures.
  • Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering.
  • Transportation Engineering.
  • Environmental Engineering.
  • Surveying.
  • Bridge Engineering.
  • Estimation, Costing, and Specifications.
  • Construction and Project Management.
  • Environmental Studies etc.

Geologist Syllabus 2016

  • Geodynamics and Geomorphology.
  • Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology.
  • Sedimentology and Sedimentary Petrology.
  • Physical Mineralogy and Geochemistry.
  • Optical Mineralogy and Crystallography.
  • Indian Stratigraphy (Archean to Proterozoic).
  • Indian Stratigraphy (Cambrian to Recent).
  • Invertebrate Paleontology.
  • Vertebrate Paleontology.
  • Micropaleontology.
  • Palaeobotany.
  • Structural Geology.
  • Economic Geology.
  • Hydrogeology.
  • Photogeology and Remote Sensing.
  • Applied Geology.

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