Reliance Jio Technical Interview for ECE/EEE students

Reliance Jio Electronics and Telecommunication Questions and Answers

Reliance Jio Electronics and Telecommunication Technical Interview is conducted once you have cleared written test round. This round is different for both Information and technology(IT) students as well as Electronics and Communication(ECE/EEE) students. Therefore, you may not get the whole syllabus of Reliance Jio Technical Interview along with the questions asked in Reliance Jio Technical Interview round.

Here, on PrepInsta we have covered the whole syllabus of this Technical Interview Round of Reliance Jio as well as some sample questions. This page consist questions and answers of Reliance Jio Technical Interview of Electonics and Telecommunication.

Topics asked in Technical Interview of Non-Coding branch (ECE/EEE):

  • Network Theory
  • Computer Communications
  • Wireless Communications
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Microwave Engineering
  • Electromagnetic Field Theory
Reliance Jio Technical Interview ECE

General Information

Technical Interview Round is conducted for those who have cleared Online written test.

Reliance Jio conducts this Technical Interview Round just to check your basics related to your branch and ideas related to your core field. All they expect from you in this round that you are clear about your subjects and branch and you can give new ideas to them.

Duration : 30 mins

Pre-Interview Gestures

Student X :

This Technical Interview Round is conducted to check your knowledge about your Branch. They can ask anythings related to your resume or your branch. Keep your core subjects and basics strong and be ready for the offer from Reliance Jio.

Student Y :

The interviewers are mostly interested in knowing that what new ideas you have which will be helpful or beneficial for the company. So, do have some relevant content ready related to your branch.

Apart from this, questions will be asked related to your branch. They may ask anything related to your Projects too. 


  • When flow is supersonic then the converging and diverging passage is respectively known as?

Ans: In supersonic the converging and diverging passage is respectively known as DIFFUSER AND NOZZLE.

  • For 1:2:4 ratios the weight of cement is 50 kg then how many kg are the weight of sand and aggregate?

Ans:  It is the ratio of cement:fine aggregate (i.e.sand) :coarse aggregate.

So , for the ratio 1:2:4.

If you take 50 kg of cement,


2*50 = 100kg of sand.


4*50 = 200kg of coarse aggregate

  • How many topologies exist in networks?

Ans: Network topology refers to the physical or logical layout of a network. It defines the way different nodes are placed and interconnected with each other. Alternately, network topology may describe how the data is transferred between these nodes. There are two types of network topologies: physical and logical.

  • Which topology exists in your college?

Ans: Campus Area Network (CAN) is a computer network which provides wireless access to the Internet or LAN for the users located in two or more buildings on the limited geographical area, or in the open space surrounding these buildings.

  • Explain the network Indian Railways implement.
  • What is 2G Spectrum and the technologies it uses?

Ans: While 2G stands for second-generation wireless telephone technology, 1G networks used are analog, 2G networks are digital and 3G (third-generation)technology is used to enhance mobile phone standards.

  • Which is faster 4G or Wi-Fi?

Ans: At small distances, with an 802.11a or better network card, WiFi comes out ahead. Beyond the reach of wireless, however, 4G LTE offers the best connection and the most coverage, but its scope is still fairly limited.

Post Interview Gestures

Student X :

At the end I was asked if I am having any queries regarding the company. As being silent shows them that I am either nervous or not interested in the job. So, I asked questions related to welfares Reliance Jio does and about my field I will be working on. 

After this, they said me to wait for the results and call next candidate.