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DFO(TELE) job profile??


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DFO(tele)

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The full form of DFO is Deputy field officer.

 India's foreign agency research and analysis wing has a deputy field officer (RAW). It is the Indian government's external intelligence agency. DfO refers to the engineer who operates or maintains all of RAW's telecom or wireless systems . This position requires a graduate engineer in electronics and telecom engineering or a related field.

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1.     Introduction

2.     Pay scale

3.     Dfo Tele Exam syallabus

 

INTRODUCTION

DFO (tele) is a useful position in the Research and Analysis Wing, also known as RAW. Following a rigorous selection process, you will most likely be placed in a year-long training programme during which you will be expected to learn the various techniques involved in the profession.

DFO (tele) is primarily a technical position in which he is responsible for operating all wireless systems in such a way that they are inaccessible to RAW working in other nations. As a result, the system's secrecy is critical.

According to the norms of the central government, you may be sent to a foreign assignment.

 Deputy Field Officer in Cabinet Secretariat is posting in R&AW. To be a Deputy Field Officer in Cabinet Secretariat (R&AW) one should qualify SSC at CGL level in Assistant Rank and then too a lot of verification both by LIU as well as IB is done. Local Police's verification is not consider worthy enough. Deputy Field Officer is a non-gazted Group B officer and after promotion the applicant become Senior Field Officer which is a gazted Group B officer.

 

DFO(tele)

Pay Scale

Even though there is proper announcement linked to these openings, and there are very few vacancies, it is a government job, and you will enjoy all the benefits of a government employment based on your scale of vacancy.

 

Salary for the Cabinet Secretariat's deputy field officer (GD) recruiting in 2019. Finally, selected candidates will be paid a monthly base pay of Rs 44,900, plus a special allowance of 20% of the basic income, as well as other bonuses.

DFO tele

Exam Syllabus Paper I – ( Objective Type )[/B]

 

Part A: General English: Questions in this section will be based on error recognition, fill in the blanks (using verbs, prepositions, articles, etc. ), Vocabulary, Spellings, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms, Sentence Completion, Phrases, and Idiomatic use of Words, among other things. There will also be a question about passages and passage comprehension. The questions will only be of a 10+2 degree of difficulty.

 

Part B: General Awareness / General Knowledge: The questions in this section will be designed to assess the candidate's overall awareness of the environment and how it applies to society. Questions will also be designed to assess an educated person's understanding of current events as well as such ordinary observation and experience in their scientific aspect.

 

The test will also include questions pertaining to History, Culture, Geography, Economic Scene, General Polity, Indian Constitution, Sports, Literature, Scientific Research, Basics / fundamentals of Computer, etc. These questions will be such that they do not require a special study of any discipline.

 

Paper – II – ( Conventional Type ) :

 

The standard of the questions will be only of Degree / Diploma level.

 

Physics & Mathematics ( Degree standard )

 

Physics

 

1. Mechanics

 

Galilean invariance and Newton’s laws of motion, dynamics of a system of particles, conservation of momentum and energy, work energy theorem. Conservation of angular momentum torque, motion of a particle in central force field. Kepler’s laws, satellite in circular orbit and applications ( synchronous satellite, GPS, apparent weightlessness ).

 

2. Special Theory of Relativity

 

Constancy of speed of light, postulates of special theory of relativity, length contraction, time dilation, relativistic velocity addition, mass – energy, momentum relations.

 

3. Electromagnetic Fields

 

Electric field, Gauss’s theorem – applications, electromagnetic induction, Maxwell Equations, electric and magnetic field vectors, poynting vector.

 

4. Waves and Oscillations

 

SHM, damped and driven harmonic oscillator, coupled oscillator, energy relation and energy transfer, normal modes, wave equation, travelling waves, superposition principle, pulses, Doppler effect.

 

5. Optics

 

Interference, Young’s double slit expt., diffraction, Polarization, double refraction, lasercharacteristics and applications, optical fiber Resolution.

 

6. Statistical Mechanics

 

Phase space, micro and macro states, thermodynamic probability, entropy, M.B. distribution, connection to thermodynamics, Femi – Dirac and B.E. statistics.

 

7. Semiconductor Physics

 

PN junction, transistor, amplifier, oscillator, fundamentals of digital electronics – logic gates

 

8. Modern Physics

 

Photoelectric effect, compton effect, wave particle duality, de – Broglie hypothesis, Heisenberg uncertainity principle. Basics of Quantum mechanics particle in a box.

 

Nuclear binding energy, nuclear fission and fusion, fusion reactor.

 

1. Algebra : Elements of Set Theory; Algebra of Real and Complex numbers including Demo ire’s theorem; Polynomials and Polynomial equations, relation between Coefficients and Roots, symmetric functions of roots; Elements of Group Theory; Sub – Group, Cyclic groups, Permutation, Groups and their elementary properties. Rings, Integral Domains and Fields and their elementary properties.

 

2. Vector Spaces and Matrices : Vector Space, Linear Dependence and Independence. Sub – spaces. Basis and Dimensions, Finite Dimensional Vector Spaces, Linear Transformation of a Finite Dimensional Vector Space, Matrix Representation, Singular and Non-singular Transformations, Rank and Nullity.

 

Matrices : Addition, Multiplication, Determinants of a Matrix, Properties of Determinants of order, Inverse of a Matrix, Cramer’s rule.

 

3. Geometry and Vectors : Analytic Geometry of straight lines and conics in Cartesian and Polar coordinates; Three Dimensional geometry for planes, straight lines, sphere, cone and cylinder. Addition, Subtraction and Products of Vectors and Simple applications to Geometry.

 

4. Calculus : Functions, Sequences, Series, Limits, Continuity, Derivatives.

 

Application of Derivatives : Rates of change, Tangents, Normal, Maxima, Minima, Rolle’s Theorem, Mean Value Theorems of Lagrange and Cauchy, Asymptotes, Curvature, Methods of finding indefinite integrals, Definite Integrals, Fundamental Theorem of Integrals Calculus. Application of definite integrals to area, Length of a plane curve, Volume and Surfaces of revolution.

 

5. Ordinary Differential Equations : Order and Degree of a Differential Equation, First order differential Equations, Singular solution, Geometrical interpretation, Second order equations with constant coefficients.

 

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