# Mr Electro

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This is the Syllabus of NEA level 5 || NEA syllabus level 5 || NEA post for supervisor loksewa exam for free quota(khulla quota). This is taken from NEA official website to help others. If you are searching for NEA loksewa aayog syllabus you can mail us for all level like level 3, level 4, level 5, level 7 and other more. We will send to your mail. The NEA syllabus level 5 is given below.

# NEA syllabus level 5

1. FUNDAMENTALS [5x2=10, 2x5=10]
 Concept of resistance, inductance, capacitance and their role in electric circuits.
 Series and parallel connection of resistance, inductance and capacitance.  Ohm’s law and Kirchhoff’s law.
 Alternating current fundamentals: Faraday’s laws of electromagnetic induction, generation of alternating voltages and currents and their equations and waveforms, amplitude, frequency, phase, phase difference, average and rms values, A.C. through resistance, inductance, capacitance and through their combinations, single phase and three phase AC systems.
 Heating effect of electric current
 General norms of system voltage regulation and frequency regulation.

2. POWER PLANTS [2x2=4, 1x10=10]
 Hydroelectric power plants: Merits and demerits, classifications and respective layouts, selection of sites, types of water turbines, their working principles and applications.
 Diesel electric power plants: Merits and demerits, selection of sites, elements of a diesel plant and its layout.
 Non conventional power generation: Photo voltaic or solar cells, solar power generation, wind power generation.
 Plant capacity factor, plant utilization factor, reserve required and types

3. LECTRICAL MACHINES [4x2=8, 1x5=5, 1x10=10]
 D.C. generators: Working principle, types of D.C. generators, external, internal and no load characteristics, losses and efficiency.
 D.C. motors: Working principle, types of D.C. motors, characteristics of D.C. series and shunt motors, losses and efficiency
 Synchronous generator: Working principle, equation of induced E.M.F., short circuit and open circuit characteristics, voltage regulation, losses and efficiency, parallel operation and synchronizing, Alternators connected to infinite bus bars, different types of excitation systems, drying of alternators.
 Three phase induction motors: Working principle, squirrel cage and slip ring motors, characteristic of induction motors, starting torque ant torque under running condition, starting of induction motors.
 Transformers: Working principle, E.M.F. equation, transformer at no load and at loaded condition, losses and efficiency, parallel operation, different components of transformers, transformer oil and its role, cooling of transformers, Bucholtz protection.
 Auto transformer.
 Three phase transformers in parallel operation.
 Prerequisites for starting of generators in hydro and diesel station.
 Necessity of cooling in power stations
 Role of auxiliary equipments in power stations, storage batteries, their capacities, charging and maintenance.
 Concept of black start units in power stations.

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