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The Irrigation Department of Uttar Pradesh state was established since 1823. It plays a significant role in agriculture in India. It is also known as Water Resource Department (WRD). The UP Water Resources Department directly controlled by the State Government. Its headquarters is located in Lucknow city. This organization carries all the water resources issues of the state. It helps in improving food security, agricultural productivity and reduces dependence on monsoons.
Their main functions are:
(1) Utilization of water resources for purpose of irrigation by Canals, Tube Wells, Dams, bundies, etc.,
(2) Utilization of water resources for Power Development and
(3) Flood control in river, improvement of damage and removal of water logging and training of rivers for protection of towns.
This department also provides directing water supplies to grow the population, control floods and prevent droughts. It also creates rural job opportunities every year on a regular basis. Annually, lots of interested and eligible people apply for the jobs released by this organization.
UP Irrigation Department Syllabus for Jr and Assistant Engineer Exam:
A) Civil: Building Materials, Surveying, Engineering Mechanics, Soil Mechanics, Hydraulics, Environmental Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Transportation Engineering, Structures Design, Irrigation Engineering, etc.
B) Electrical: Electrical Machines, Power Systems, Power Electronics & Drives, Control Systems, Basics of Electrical Engineering Basics, Utilization of Electrical Energy, Analog & Digital Circuits, etc.
C) Mechanical: Heat Engines, Automobile Engineering, Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Material Strength, Manufacturing Technology, Machines Theories, Hydraulics, Management, Structural Engineering, Industrial Engineering, etc.
D) General Intelligence: Problem Solving, Space Visualization, Judgment, Analysis, Analogies, Differences, Similarities, Decision Making, Visual memory, Observation, Discrimination, Arithmetical Reasoning, Relationship Concepts, Arithmetical Number Series, Verbal & Figure Classification, etc.
E) General Knowledge: Freedom Struggle, Current Events (National & International), General Policy, Indian History, Indian Culture, Indian Polity, Indian Constitution, Reasoning, Indian Geography, Indian Economy, IT & Space, Science & Technology, etc.