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MORNING SESSION

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fgUnh esa vuqns”k vfUre i`’B ¼Back cover½ ij fn;k x;k gSA
GENERAL AWARENESS

1. Point out the incorrect statement 1. vlR; dFku dks igpkus


To qualify for the membership of Rajya Sabha, one has to. jkT; lHkk dh lnL;rk çkIr djus ds fy, fuEufyf[kr dk gksuk
(1) Be a citizen of India vko”;d gSA
(2) Be at least 30 years of age (1) mls Hkkjr dk ukxfjd gksuk pkfg,
(3) Fulfils the qualifications of becoming a member of (2) 30 o’kZ dh vk;q de ls de gksuh pkfg,
parliament (3) laln lnL; cuus ds fy, lHkh vgZrkvksa dks iwjk djuk pkfg,
(4) Be a voter in any Lok Sabha constituency of India (4) Hkkjr ds fdlh yksd lHkk {ks= ls ernkrk gksuk pkfg,

2. The constitution of India was adopted on: 2. Hkkjrh; lafo/kku dks dc viuk;k x;k%
(1) th
26 November, 1949 (1) 26 uoEcj] 1949
(2) 26 tuojh] 1950
th
(2) 26 January, 1950
(3) 15 vxLr] 1947
th
(3) 15 August, 1947
th
(4) 26 January, 1951 (4) 26 tuojh] 1951

3. ISRO stands for 3. ISRO ls rkRi;Z gS%


(1) Indian Space Research Organization (1) Indian Space Research Organization
(2) Indian Spices Research Organization (2) Indian Spices Research Organization
(3) International Scientific Research Organization (3) International Scientific Research Organization
(4) International Space Research Organization (4) International Space Research Organization

4. The first women to climb mountain Everest peak was: 4. ,ojsLV ioZr f”k[kj ij p<+us okyh çFke efgyk Fkh%
(1) Marie Jose Perec (2) Florence Griffth Joyner (1) esjh tksl isjsd (2) ¶yksjsUl xzh¶Fk tkW;uj
(3) Junko Tabei (4) Jackie Joyner Kersee (3) tUdks Vsch (4) tSdh tkW;uj djlh

5. S.D.R with reference to IMF stands for: 5. IMF ds lanHkZ esa S.D.R dk rkRi;Z gS%
(1) Special Dollor Rights (1) fo”ks’k MkWyj vf/kdkj
(2) Special Drawing Rights (2) fo”ks’k vkgj.k vf/kdkj
(3) Single Drawing Rights (3) ,dy vkgj.k vf/kdkj
(4) Sunk Drawing Rights (4) Mwcr vkgj.k vf/kdkj
6. The name of India research station at the North pole: 6. mÙkjh /kzqo ij Hkkjrh; fjlpZ LVs”ku dk uke gS%
(1) Dakshin Gangotri (2) Maitri (1) nf{k.k xaxks=h (2) eS=h
(3) Himadri (4) None of the above (3) fgekæh (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

7. Protein deficiency disease is known as: 7. çksVhu vYirk jksx dgykrk gS%
(1) Kwashiorkar (1) dokf'k;ksjdksj
(2) Cushing's disease (2) dqf'kax jksx
(3) Gaucher's disease (3) xkSpj jksx
(4) None of the above (4) mi;qZä esa ls dksbZ ugha

8. In case of reflection it is well known that when a mirror 8. ijkorZu ds lanHkZ esa ;g HkyhHkk¡fr KkrO; gS fd tc ,d niZ.k dks
turned through an angle the reflected ray turns through: ,d dks.k esa ?kqek;k tkrk gS rks ijkofrZr fdj.k ?kwerh gS%
(1) Same angle (2) Twice the angle (1) mlh dks.k esa (2) dks.k dk nqxquk
(3) Thrice the angle (4) Half the angle (3) dks.k dk frxquk (4) dks.k dk vk/kk

9. Find the incorrect one: 9. fuEufyf[kr esa vlR; dks pqusa%


(1) Hertz is used to measure frequency (1) gtZ ÝhDosalh ekiu dh bZdkbZ gS
(2) Kelvin is used to measure temperature (2) dsfYou rkiØe ekiu dh bZdkbZ gS
(3) Bel is used to measure atmospheric pressure (3) csy okrkoj.kh; ncko ekiu dh bZdkbZ gS
(4) Ohm is used to measure electrical resistance (4) vksº~e fo|qrh; çfrjks/k ekiu dh bZdkbZ gS

10. In which state is the Gol Gumbaz located: 10. fdl jkT; esa ^xksy xqEct+* fLFkr gS%
(1) Karnataka (2) Maharashtra (1) dukZVd (2) egkjk"Vª
(3) Uttar Pradesh (4) Bihar (3) mÙkj&çns'k (4) fcgkj

NBC28OCTX7 [A–1] Project Manager_Civil (Mor.)


DISCIPLINE / TECHNICAL APTITUDE

11. Portland cement is heavier than water by about: 11. iksVZyS.M lhesaV ty dh vis{kk Hkkjh gksrk gS yxHkx%
(1) 1.15 times (2) 2.30 times (1) 1.15 xquk (2) 2.30 xquk
(3) 3.85 times (4) 3.15 times (3) 3.85 xquk (4) 3.15 xquk

12. Presence of common salt in sand results in: 12. jsr esa lkekU; yo.k dh mifLFkfr ds ifj.kke Lo:i gksrk gS%
(1) Corrosion of reinforcement (1) çcyhdj.k dk {kkj.k
(2) Scaling (2) Ldsfyax
(3) Pitting (3) fifVax
(4) All of these (4) mi;qZä lHkh

13. The air–entraining agents are used to make: 13. ok;q esa fyIr vfHkdeZd fdls cukus esa ç;qä gksrk gS%
(1) Air tight concrete (2) Cellular concrete (1) ,;j VkbZV daØhV (2) lsY;wyj daØhV
(3) Air extraction concrete (4) All of these (3) ,;j ,DVªSD”ku daØhV (4) mi;qZä lHkh

14. The settlement of coarse aggregate towards bottom 14. i`’B dh rjQ c<+rs gq, bl Qsu ds lkFk ryh dh rjQ dkslZ ,xzhxsV
with scum rising towards the surface is known as: dk lsVyesUV tkuk tkrk gS%
(1) Bleeding (2) Capillarity (1) CyhfMax (2) dSfiysfjVh
(3) Laitance (4) Permeability (3) ykbVsUl (4) ikjxE;rk

15. The process of mixing some mortar in the mixer at the 15. çFke cSp daØhV feJ.k ds çkjEHk esa feDlj esa dqN eksVkZj ds feJ.k
beginning of the first batch concrete mixing is called: dh çfØ;k dks tkuk tkrk gS%
(1) Buttering (2) Borrowing (1) cVfjax (2) cksjksb±x
(3) Initiating (4) None of these (3) buhfL,fVax (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

16. Compaction factor of 0.855 indicates a mix of: 16. 0.855 dk la?kuu xq.kd fdldk feJ.k bafxr djrk gS%
(1) Low workability (2) High workability (1) fuEu dk;Z ;ksX;rk (2) mPp dk;Z ;ksX;rk
(3) Very low workability (4) Medium workability (3) vfr fuEu dk;Z ;ksX;rk (4) e/;e dk;Z ;ksX;rk

17. The nature of pigments used in coloured cement is 17. jaxhu lhesaV esa ç;qä fixesaUV dh çÑfr jlk;fud :i ls gksrh gS%
chemically: (1) vfØ;k”khy (2) fØ;k”khy
(1) Inactive (2) Active (3) {kkjh; (4) vEyh;
(3) Alkaline (4) Acidic

18. Abnormal and premature hardening within few 18. ikuh feykus ds dqN feuVksa ds Hkhrj vlkekU; ,oa vifjiDo dBksju
minutes of water mixing is a phenomenon known as: dh lao`fr tkuh tkrh gS%
(1) Flocs (2) False set (1) ¶ykWDl (2) QkYl lsV
(3) Flocculation (4) Permanent setting (3) ¶yksdqys”ku (4) ijekusUV lsfVax

19. An RC Slab cantilevers from an RC beam. The beam is 19. ,d vkj-lh- Lysc ,d vkj-lh- che ls çkl gSA che vkj-lh- dkyeksa
framed into a system of RC columns providing dh ç.kkyh esa cuk;k x;k gS rFkk blesa ejksM+ ds fo:) fujks/kdrk
restraint against torsion to it. The choice of projecting miyC/k djkbZ xbZ gSA p;u bl ckr dk djuk gS fd Lysc dks che dh
the slab from the top level of the beam or from the 'kh"kZ Lrj ij j[kk tk, vFkok lcls fupys Lrj ijA lajpukRed :i
bottom is to be made. Structurally, it is better to ls Lysc dks buesa ls fdl Lrj ij j[kuk csgrj gksrk gS%
project the slab from
(1) 'kh"kZ Lrj ij (2) lcls fupys Lrj ij
(1) The top level (2) The bottom level (3) e/; Lrj ij (4) fdlh Hkh Lrj ij
(3) The middle level (4) Any level

20. The percentage loss of prestress due to anchorage 20. 30m yacs daØhV che esa 3mm dh ,Udjst fLyi ds dkj.k iwoZ
slip of 3mm in a concrete beam of length 30m which is izfrcy dh izfr”kr {kfr tksfd 1200 N/mm2 ds izkjafHkd çfrcy rFkk
post-tension by a tendon with an initial stress of çR;kLFkrk ds ekM~;wy 2.1 × 105 N/mm2 ds cjkcj gS lfgr ,d
1200N/mm and modulus of elasticity equal to 2.1 × 10
2 5
VsaMe }kjk i”p ruko%
2
N/mm :
(1) 0.0175 (2) 0.175
(1) 0.0175 (2) 0.175 (3) 1.75 (4) 17.5
(3) 1.75 (4) 17.5

NBC28OCTX7 [A–2] Project Manager_Civil (Mor.)


21. Match List I with II and select correct answer from the 21. lwph I dks lwph II ds lkFk lqesfyr djsa vkSj lwfp;ksa ds uhps fn, dksMkas
codes given below the Lists: dk iz;ksx djrs gq, lgh mRrj dk p;u djas%
List I List II lwph I lwph II
A. Abrasion test 1. Durability A. vi?k’kZ.k ijh{k.k 1. fVdkÅiu
B. Crushing strength test 2. Toughness B. lanyu lkeF;Z 2. pheM+iu
C. Impact Test 3. Hardness C. izHkko ijh{k.k 3. dBksjrk
D. Soundness Test 4. Compressive strength D. funksZ’krk ijh{k.k 4. laihM+u lkeF;Z
Codes: dksM%
(1) A-3, B-4, C-2, D-1 (2) A-4, B-3, C-2, D-1 (1) A-3, B-4, C-2, D-1 (2) A-4, B-3, C-2, D-1
(3) A-3, B-2, C-4, D-1 (4) None of these (3) A-3, B-2, C-4, D-1 (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

22. With the increased rate of loading during testing of 22. daØhV uewuks ds ijh{k.k ds nkSjku Hkkj.k dk c<+s gq, nj lfgr daØhV
concrete specimens, the compressive strength of dh lEihfM+r lkEF;Z%
concrete: (1) vifjofrZr jgrh gS (2) c<+rh gS
(1) Does not change (2) Increases (3) ?kVrh gS (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
(3) Decreases (4) None of these

23. The ratio of cement to sand in ferrocement should not 23. QsjkslesUV esa lhesaV ls jsr dk vuqikr fdlls de ugha gksuk pkfg,%
be less than: (1) 1 : 7 (2) 1 : 6
(1) 1 : 7 (2) 1 : 6 (3) 1 : 5 (4) 1 : 3
(3) 1 : 5 (4) 1 : 3

24. Percentage humidity level at which concrete is cured 24. vkæZrk Lrj dk og çfr”kr ftl ij daØhV dks D;ksj fd;k tkrk gS]
should be the order of: dk Øe D;k gksuk pkfg,%
(1) 40 (2) 55 (1) 40 (2) 55
(3) 80 (4) 90 (3) 80 (4) 90

25. A cantilever beam of length L and carrying 25. L yEckbZ rFkk ladsfUær Hkkj Wogu djus okyh ,d çkl /kju
3
concentrated load W has the deflection at the free end WL /16 EI eku ds eqä fljs ij fo{ksi gS vr% Hkkj dks buesa ls
3
of value WL /16 EI hence the load must be located at: fdl ij fLFkr gksuk pkfg,%
(1) The free end (1) eqä fljk
(2) Center of the length L (2) yEckbZ L dk dsUæ
(3) Any where between distance L/2 and L from the fixed (3) vpy fljs ls L/2 rFkk L nwjh ds chp dgha Hkh
end (4) vpy fljs vkSj çkl dh yEckbZ ds vk/ks ds chp dgha Hkh
(4) Any where between fixed end and half of the length of
the cantilever

26. Steel bars are placed in concrete structural elements 26. fuEukafdr esa ls D;k çnku djus dh n`f"V ls daØhV lajpukRed rRoksa
with a view to imparting: esa bLikr NM+ksa dks Mkyk tkrk gS%
(1) Enhanced compressive strength to concrete (1) daØhV esa c<+s gq, lEihM~; cy ds fy,
(2) Enhanced tensile strength to concrete (2) daØhV esa c<+s gq, ruu cy ds fy,
(3) Tension resisting capacity to the body of the structural (3) lajpukRed rRo okys fiaM dh ruu çfrjks/kh {kerk ds fy,
element (4) mi;qZä fn, x, fdlh Hkh mís'; ds fy, ugha
(4) None of the above mentioned purposes

27. Consider the following statements: 27. fuEu dFkuksa ij fopkj djsa%
A. For the same shear force, maximum shear stress A. ,dleku vi:i.k cy ds fy,] o`Rrkdkj [kaM esa l`ftr
developed in the circular section is lesser that in the vf/kdre vi:i.k izfrcy vk;rkdkj [kaM dh rqyuk esa de
rectangular section gksrk gS
R. Circular section is stronger in shear R. vi:i.k esa o`Rrkdkj [kaM vf/kd “kfDr”kkyh gksrk gS
(1) A is true and R is false (1) A lgh gS vkSj R xyr gS
(2) A is false and R is true (2) A xyr gS vkSj R lgh gS
(3) Both A and R are true (3) A rFkk R—nksuksa lgh gS
(4) Both A and R are false (4) A rFkk R—nksuksa xyr gS

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28. The B.M. of a cantilever beam at A shown in the figure 28. fp= esa n”kkZ;s x, A ij dSUVhyhoj /kju dk csfUMax eksesUV gS%
is:

(1) Zero
(1) Zero (2) 8 T.m
(2) 8 T.m (3) 10 T.m
(3) 10 T.m (4) 16 T.m
(4) 16 T.m

29. A simply supported beam of span ‘L’ carries a 29. L foLr`fr dh ,d ljy vk/kkfjr /kju e/;foLr`fr ij ^W* ladsfUær
concentrated load ‘W’ at mid-span. If the width ‘b’ of Hkkj ogu djrh gSA ;fn /kju dh ^b* pkSM+kbZ vpj gks vkSj 'kq: ls
the beam is constant and its depth is varying through vUr rd foLr`fr dh xgjkbZ ifjorÊ gks rks bldh e/; foLr`fr xgjkbZ
out the span, then what would be its mid-span depth D;k gksxh tc vfHkdYi çfrcy gS ^f*\
when design stress is ‘f’?
6WL 6WL
(1) (2)
6WL 6WL bf bf
(1) (2)
bf bf
3WL 3WL
(3) (4)
3WL 3WL 2bf 2bf
(3) (4)
2bf 2bf

30. For fineness test of cement, IS sieve of _____ is used: 30. lhesaV ds Qkbuusl ijh{k.k gsrq] ----- dh IS lho ç;qä dh tkrh gS%
(1) 90 µm (1) 90 µm
(2) 9 µm (2) 9 µm
(3) 150 µm (3) 150 µm
(4) 300 µm (4) 300 µm

31. Initial setting of cement ceases at: 31. lhesaV dh çkjfEHkd lsfVax fdl ij lekIr gksrh gS%
(1) – 10 °C (1) – 10 °C
(2) – 4 °C (2) – 4 °C
(3) 0 °C (3) 0 °C
(4) 4 °C (4) 4 °C

32. Which cement is used for lining a sulphuric acid plant: 32. ly¶;wfjd ,flM IykaV ds ykbZfuax gsrq dkSu&lk lhesaV ç;qDr gksrk gS%
(1) Super sulphate cement (1) lqij lyQsV lhesaV
(2) High alumina cement (2) gkbZ ,Y;qfeuk lhesaV
(3) Portland slag cement (3) iksVZyS.M LySx lhesaV
(4) Portland pozzolana cement (4) iksVZyS.M ikst+ksykuk lhesaV

33. If degree of indeterminacy is i, then number of plastic 33. ;fn vuo/kk;Z dh fMxzh i gS] rks okafPNr IykfLVd fgUt dh la[;k
hinges required is: gksxh%
(1) i–1 (1) i – 1
(2) i+1 (2) i + 1
(3) i+2 (3) i + 2
(4) No relationship available (4) dksbZ lEcU/k miyC/k ugha
34. Minimum recommended rise (In general) for GI and AC 34. GI ,oa AC pknj ds fy;s ¼lkekU;r%½ U;wure vuq”kaflr jkbl gS%
sheets are: (1) 1/6 ,oa 1/12 dk LiSu
(1) 1/6 & 1/12 of span (2) 1/12 ,oa 1/6 dk LiSu
(2) 1/12 & 1/6 of span (3) mi;qZä esa dksbZ Hkh ,d
(3) Any of the above (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
(4) None of these

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35. For load combinations, one should refer IS: 875: 35. Hkkj la;kstuksa gsrq] lanfHkZr fd;k tkuk pkfg, IS:875%
(1) Part 1 (2) Part 2 (1) Hkkx 1 (2) Hkkx 2
(3) Part 3 (4) Part 5 (3) Hkkx 3 (4) Hkkx 5

36. Shape factor for triangular sections: 36. f=dks.kh; [k.Mksa gsrq “ksi xq.kd gksrk gS%
(1) 1.5 (1) 1.5
(2) 2.34 (2) 2.34
(3) 1.7 (3) 1.7
(4) 1.14 (4) 1.14

37. At plastic hinge, restraining moment is: 37. IykfLVd fgUt ij fjLVªsfuax eksesUV gksrk gS%
(1) 0 (2) Mp (1) 0 (2) Mp
(3) Mp/2 (4) 2 Mp (3) Mp/2 (4) 2 Mp

38. A sample of cement said to be sound when it does not 38. lhesaV dk ,d uewuk lgh ekuk tkrk gS tc blesa ugha gksrk gS eqDr%
contain free: (1) ykbZe
(1) Lime (2) Silica (2) flfydk
(3) Iron oxide (4) Aluminum (3) vkW;ju vkWDlkbZM
(4) ,Y;qfefu;e

39. If diameter of rivet is 25 mm then diameter of rivet hole 39. ;fn fjosV dk O;kl 25 mm gS rks fjosV fNæ dk O;kl gksxk%
be: (1) 25 mm (2) 26.5 mm
(1) 25 mm (2) 26.5 mm (3) 27 mm (4) 23.5 mm
(3) 27 mm (4) 23.5 mm

40. In column splice, if ends of a member are faced for 40. xwFkdj tqM+s gq, LrEHkksa esa ;fn ,d esEcj dk Nksj iwjs {ks= ij ogu
bearing over the whole area then connection will be dj jgk gks rks ,sls vkc) dks vfHkdfYir fd;k tkuk pkfg,%
designed for: (1) çR;{k Hkkj dk 50 çfr”kr
(1) 50% of direct load (2) çR;{k Hkkj dk 100 çfr”kr
(2) 100% of direct load (3) fLFkfr esa Bhd cSBkus ds fy,
(3) Just to make in position (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
(4) None of these

41. Maximum ratio of permitted load on cased/ uncased 41. dsLM@vudsLM LrEHkksa ij vuqer Hkkj dk vf/kdre vuqikr gksrk gS%
column is: (1) 2 (2) 1.5
(1) 2 (2) 1.5 (3) 2.5 (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
(3) 2.5 (4) None of these

42. In the design of purlins, depth of angle section should 42. ifyZUl ds vfHkdYiu esa] dks.k [k.M dh xgjkbZ fdlls de ugha gksuh
not be less than: pkfg,%
(1) L/ 45 (1) L/ 45
(2) L/ 60 (2) L/ 60
(3) L/ 50 (3) L/ 50
(4) No relationship (4) dksbZ lEcU/k ugha
43. Load factor is: 43. Hkkj xq.kd gksrk gS%
(1) Collapse load/ Working load (1) dksysIl yksM@ ofd±x yksM
(2) Plastic section modulus/ yield section modulus (2) IykfLVd lsD”ku ekWMqyl@ ;hYM lsD”ku ekWMqyl
(3) Any of the above (3) mi;qZä esa dksbZ Hkh ,d
(4) None of these (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

44. Shape factor is: 44. “ksi xq.kd gksrk gS%


(1) Collapse load/ Working load (1) dksysIl yksM@ ofd±x yksM
(2) Plastic section modulus/ yield section modulus (2) IykfLVd lsD”ku ekWMqyl@ ;hYM lsD”ku ekWMqyl
(3) Any of the above (3) mi;qZä esa dksbZ Hkh ,d
(4) None of these (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

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45. The ratio of the total elongation of a bar of uniform 45. NM+ ds Hkkj ds cjkcj ds ckº~;Hkkj }kjk mRikfnr nh?kÊdj.k ds çfr
circular cross-section produced under its own weight Lo;a vius Hkkj ls mRié ,d leku o`Ùkkdkj vuqçLFk dkV ls ;qä
to the elongation produced by an external load equal ,d NM+ ds dqy nh?kÊdj.k dk vuqikr gksrk gS%
to the weight of the bar is:
(1) 2 (2) 1
(1) 2 (2) 1 (3) 0.5 (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
(3) 0.5 (4) None of these

46. The thicsotropy of soil is the phenomenon of: 46. e`nk dh fFkLdksVªkWQh buesa ls fdldh ifj?kVuk gS%
(1) Thickening of soil particles with water (1) ikuh ds lkFk e`nk d.kksa dk LFkwyu
(2) Cohesion of soil particles in optimum moisture (2) b’Vre vkæZrk esa e`nk d.kksa dk laltu
(3) Rotation of soil particles into a more stable state which (3) vf/kd LFkk;h voLFkk] tks fd iqu?kZVu çfØ;k esa gksrh gS] esa e`nk
occurs in the remoulding process d.kksa dk ?kw.kZu
(4) None of these (4) mi;qZä esa ls dksbZ ugha

47. The pH value of sewage is determined with the help of: 47. lhost dh pH eku fdldh lgk;rk ls fu/kkZfjr fd;k tkrk gS%
(1) Imhoff cone (2) Turbidimeter (1) begkWQ dkWu (2) VfcZfMehVj
(3) Potentiometer (4) None of these (3) iksVsU”;ksehVj (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

48. The maximum depth of sedimentation tanks is kept: 48. lsfMesUVs”ku VSad dh vf/kdre xgjkbZ j[kh tkrh gS%
(1) 3.0 m (2) 3.5 m (1) 3.0 m (2) 3.5 m
(3) 4.0 m (4) 4.5 m (3) 4.0 m (4) 4.5 m

49. The first stage of natural process of sludge digestion 49. Lyt Mkbts”ku dh çkÑfrd çfØ;k dk çFke pj.k gksrk gS%
is: (1) ,flM QjesUVs”u (2) ,flM jhxjslu
(1) Acid fermentation (2) Acid regression (3) {kkjh; QjesUVs”ku (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
(3) Alkaline fermentation (4) None of these

50. If X–X and Y–Y represents principal axis of the section 50. ;fn [k.M dk ç/kku v{k X–X ,oa Y–Y }kjk çnf”kZr fd;k tkrk gS]
then Ixy will be equal to: rks Ixy fdlds cjkcj gksxk%
(1) 2 Ixx (2) 2 Iyy (1) 2 Ixx (2) 2 Iyy
(3) Ixx + Iyy (4) 0 (3) Ixx + Iyy (4) 0

51. If k1 and k2 are the stiffness of two springs and they 51. ;fn nks fLçaXl dk pheM+iu k1 ,oa k2 gS vkSj og lekukUrj esa
are connected in parallel then resulting stiffness k will vkc) gSaA rks ifj.kkeh pheM+iu k gksxk%
be: (1) 1/k = 1/k1 + 1/k2
(1) 1/k = 1/k1 + 1/k2 (2) k = k1 + k2 (2) k = k1 + k2
(3) k = 2 (k1 + k2) (4) k = (k1 + k2) / 2 (3) k = 2 (k1 + k2)
(4) k = (k1 + k2) / 2

52. The C.G. of a plane lamina will not be at its geometrical 52. Iysu ysfeuk dk C.G. blds T;kferh; dsUæ ij ugha gksxk ;fn ,d
center if it is a: (1) o`Ùk gS (2) vk;r gS
(1) Circle (2) Rectangle (3) oxZ gS (4) ledks.k f=Hkqt gS
(3) Square (4) Right angled triangle

53. The angle of friction is: 53. ?k’kZ.k dk dks.k gksrk gS%
(1) The ratio of friction and the normal reaction (1) ?k’kZ.k dk vuqikr ,oa lkekU; çfrfØ;k
(2) Force of friction when the body is in motion (2) ?k’kZ.k dk cy tc fi.M xfr esa gS
(3) The angle between the normal reaction and the (3) lkekU; çfrfØ;k ds e/; dks.k ,oa lkekU; çfrfØ;k ,oa lhfer
resultant of normal reaction and limiting friction ?k’kZ.k dk ifj.kkeh
(4) The force of friction at which the body is just about to (4) ?k’kZ.k cy ftl ij fi.M yxHkx vHkh xfreku gksus okyk gS
move

54. The units of viscosity are: 54. “;kurk dh bdkbZ gS%


2 2
(1) kg sec/ m (2) N sec/ m (1) kg sec/ m2 (2) N sec/ m2
(3) N sec2/ m3 (4) m3/ sec (3) N sec2/ m3 (4) m3/ sec

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55. B.O.D. of treated water should be: 55. mipkfjr ty dk B.O.D. gksuk pkfg,%
(1) 10 ppm (2) 20 ppm (1) 10 ppm (2) 20 ppm
(3) 25 ppm (4) Nil (3) 25 ppm (4) dqN ugha

56. Minimum size of the particles of silt soil is: 56. flYV e`nk ds d.kksa dk U;wure vkdkj gksrk gS%
(1) 0.002 mm (1) 0.002 mm
(2) 0.04 mm (2) 0.04 mm
(3) 0.06 mm (3) 0.06 mm
(4) 0.08 mm (4) 0.08 mm

57. Failure of a slope occurs only when total shear force 57. <yku dh vlQyrk ?kfVr gksrh gS dsoy rc tc dqy vi:i.k cy
is: gksrk gS%
(1) Equal to total shear strength (1) dqy vi:i.k lkeF;Z ds cjkcj
(2) Greater than total shear strength (2) dqy vi:i.k lkeF;Z ls vf/kd
(3) Less than total shear strength (3) dqy vi:i.k lkeF;Z ls de
(4) None of these (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

58. Maximum net pressure intensity causing shear failure 58. vf/kdre fo”kq) nkc la?kurk ftlds dkj.k e`nk vi:i.k vlQyrk
of soil is known as: iSnk gksrh gS mls tkuk tkrk gS%
(1) Safe bearing capacity (1) lqjf{kr ogu {kerk
(2) Net safe bearing capacity (2) fo”kq) lqjf{kr ogu {kerk
(3) Net ultimate bearing capacity (3) fo”kq) pje ogu {kerk
(4) Ultimate bearing capacity (4) pje ogu {kerk

59. Under reamed pile are generally: 59. vUMj jhEM ikby lk/kkj.kr;k gksrs gSa%
(1) Driven piles (2) Bored piles (1) fMªosu ikby (2) cksMZ ikby
(3) Precast piles (4) All of these (3) çhdkLV ikby (4) mi;qZä lHkh

60. In a Tee-Beam the breadth of the rib is equal to the: 60. Vh&che esa fjc dh pkSM+kbZ fuEu ds cjkcj gksrh gS%
(1) Total thickness of slab including cover (1) LySc dh doj lfgr dqy eksVkbZ
(2) Width of beam in compression zone (2) laihM+u {ks= esa che dh pkSM+kbZ
(3) Width of beam in tensile zone (3) ruu {ks= esa che dh pkSM+kbZ
(4) None of these (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

61. Seasoning of timber is: 61. ydM+h dks fl>kuk%


(1) A process of removing sap (1) jl gVkus dh çfØ;k gS
(2) Creosoting (2) fØ;klksfVax dh çfØ;k gS
(3) Painting with sodium silicate (3) lksfM;e flyhdsV }kjk jaxus dh çfØ;k gS
(4) Coating with tar (4) rkjdksy dh ijr yxkus dh çfØ;k gS

62. The method of traversing in survey is: 62. losZ{k.k esa pØe.k dh i)fr gS%
(1) Measurement of all the angles only (1) dsoy lHkh dks.kksa dk ekiu
(2) Measurement of angles and distances (2) dks.kksa vkSj nwjh dk ekiu
(3) Measurement of all distances (3) leLr nwfj;ksa dk ekiu
(4) Measurement of all bearings only. (4) dsoy leLr cs;fjaxksa dk ekiu

63. A first class brick immersed in water for 24 hours, 63. çFke Js.kh dh b±V ikuh esa 24 ?kaVs Mwck jgus ij fdrus çfr”kr ls
should not absorb water (by weight) more than: T;knk ikuh ¼Hkkj esa½ vo”kksf’kr ugha djuk pkfg,%
(1) 10% (2) 15% (1) 10% (2) 15%
(3) 20% (4) 25% (3) 20% (4) 25%

64. Gypsum is added in cement manufacturing for the 64. buesa ls D;k xq.k/keZ ykus ds fy, lhesUV ds fuekZ.k esa ftIle feykrs
property of: gSa%
(1) Cementing (2) Setting (1) lhesUVhdj.k (2) n`<+hdj.k
(3) Retarding the setting (4) Heat of hydration (3) n`<+hdj.k eanu (4) ty;kstu dh Å’ek

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65. A steel beam supporting load from the floor slab as 65. bLikr dk ,d che tks Q”khZ LySc ls vkSj lkFk gh nhokj ls Hkkj dks
well as from wall is termed as: voyac iznku dj jgk gS] og dgykrk gS%
(1) Stringer beam (2) Lintel beam (1) fLVªaxj che (2) fyaVy che
(3) Spandrel beam (4) Header beam (3) LiSUMªy che (4) gSMj che

66. In roof trusses, the most frequently used section is: 66. Nr dSafp;ksa esa] lokZf/kd iz;qDr [kaM gS%
(1) Two-angle sections placed back to back (1) ,d&nwljs ds ihNs j[ks x, f}dks.kh [kaM
(2) Two-channel sections placed back to back (2) ,d&nwljs ds ihNs j[ks x, f}pSuy [kaM
(3) Two channel sections placed wide apart (3) iwjh rjg i`Fkd j[ks x, f}pSuy [kaM
(4) Four-angle sections (4) prq’dks.kh [kaM

67. Water– cement ratio in concrete is the ratio of: 67. daØhV esa ty lhesaV vuqikr gksrk gS%
(1) Volume of water to volume of cement (1) ty dh ek=k ls lhesaV dh ek=k
(2) Volume of water to weight of cement (2) ty dh ek=k ls lhesaV dk Hkkj
(3) Weight of water to weight of cement (3) ty ds Hkkj ls lhesaV dk Hkkj
(4) Weight of water to volume of cement (4) ty ds Hkkj ls lhesaV dh ek=k
68. A soil has a bulk density 2.30 g/cm3 and water content 68. fdlh e`nk dk iqat ?kuRo 2.30 g/cm3 rFkk ty dh ek=k 15 çfr”kr
15 percent, the dry density of the sample is: gS rks uewus dk “kq’d ?kuRo gSA
3 3 3 3
(1) 1.0 g/cm (2) 1.5 g/cm (1) 1.0 g/cm (2) 1.5 g/cm
3 3
(3) 2.0 g/cm (4) None of these (3) 2.0 g/cm (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

69. The height of instrument (HI) is equal to: 69. midj.k dh ÅapkbZ (HI) fuEu ds cjkcj gS%
(1) R.L. of BM + BS (2) R.L. of BM + FS (1) R.L. of BM + BS (2) R.L. of BM + FS
(3) R.L. of BM + IS (4) BS + FS (3) R.L. of BM + IS (4) BS + FS

70. An inverted siphon is designed generally for: 70. ,d O;qRØh; lkbQu lkekU;r;k blds fy;s vfHkdfYir fd;k tkrk gS%
(1) One pipe (2) Two pipes (1) ,d ikbZi (2) nks ikbZi
(3) Three pipes (4) Four pipes (3) rhu ikbZi (4) pkj ikbZi

71. The nominal mix corresponding to M 20 grade 71. M 20 xzsM daØhV dh lk/kkj.k feJ.k fdlds leku gS%
concrete is: (1) 1 : 1 : 2 (2) 1 : 1.5 : 3
(1) 1 : 1 : 2 (2) 1 : 1.5 : 3 (3) 1 : 2 : 3 (4) 1 : 2 : 4
(3) 1 : 2 : 3 (4) 1 : 2 : 4

72. Following compound can be used as accelerator 72. Roj.k ds :i esa fuEufyf[kr ;kSfxd ç;qä fd;k tk ldrk gS flok;%
except: (1) CaCl2 (2) CaSO4
(1) CaCl2 (2) CaSO4 (3) NaCl (4) Na2SO4
(3) NaCl (4) Na2SO4

73. The heat liberated during hydration of cement is 73. lhesaV gkbMªs”ku ds nkSjku eqDr Å’ek yxHkx gksrh gS%
about: (1) 360 cal/g (2) 240 cal/g
(1) 360 cal/g (2) 240 cal/g (3) 60 cal/g (4) 120 cal/g
(3) 60 cal/g (4) 120 cal/g

74. The cyclopean aggregate has a size more than: 74. lkbZDyksihu ,xzhxsV dk vkdkj fdlls T;knk gksrk gS%
(1) 4.75 mm (2) 20 mm (1) 4.75 mm (2) 20 mm
(3) 40 mm (4) 75 mm (3) 40 mm (4) 75 mm

75. If the area of tensile steel reinforcement is doubled, 75. ;fn ruu bLikr çcyu ds {ks=Qy dks nqxuk dj fn;k tk, rks /kju
the moment of resistance of the beam increases only ds çfrjks/k dk vk?kw.kZ yxHkx fdruk c<+rk gS%
by about: (1) 12% (2) 22%
(1) 12% (2) 22% (3) 32% (4) 42%
(3) 32% (4) 42%

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76. Bearings are provided in bridges, in order to: 76. iqyksa esa cs;fjax yxk, tkrs gSa rkfd%
1. Distribute the load from susperstructure on a large 1. vf/kjpuk ls Hkkj dks cM+s {ks= eas foHkkftr djuk vkSj mls ik;ksa
areas and to transfer to piers dk varfjr djuk
2. Allow the grid order of the bridge to taken a free 2. iqy ds fxzM Øe dks] Hkkfjr gksus ij Nksjksa ij eqDr dks.kh;
angular movement at the ends when loaded lapyu dh NwV nsuk
3. Allow free movement of girders due to temperature
3. rkieku esa cnykoksa ds dkj.k xMZjksa ds eqDr lapyu dh NwV nsuk
variations.
4. Prevent excessive damage to the bridge if any pier 4. ;fn dksbZ ik;k rfud /kld tkrk gS rks iqy dks Hkkjh uqdlku ls
sink slightly cpkuk
Of these the correct utilities are buesa ls lgh mi;ksfxrk,a gSa%
(1) 2, 3 and 4 (2) 1, 2 and 3 (1) 2, 3 rFkk 4 (2) 1, 2 rFkk 3
(3) 1, 2 and 4 (4) 1, 2, 3 and 4 (3) 1, 2 rFkk 4 (4) 1, 2, 3 rFkk 4

77. Which of the following statement is a correct 77. fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu&lk lgh dFku gS%
statement: (1) çpqj feJ.k] irys feJ.kksa dh rqyuk esa CyhfMax ds çfr de
(1) Rich mixes are less prone to bleeding than lean mixes ço`r gksrs gSa
(2) Lean mixes are less prone to bleeding than rich mixes (2) irys feJ.k] çpqj feJ.kksa dh rqyuk esa CyhfMax ds çfr de
(3) Bleeding is decreased by decreasing fineness of ço`r gksrs gSa
cement (3) lhesaV dh QkbZuusl dks ?kVkdj CyhfMax ?kVk;k tkrk gS
(4) Both (1) & (3) (4) nksuksa (1) ,oa (3)

78. Calcium sulpho aluminates is produced due to 78. gkbZMªsfVM VªkbZ dSfY”k;e ,Y;wfeusV~l ds lkFk fdldh vfHkfØ;k djds
reaction of hydrated tricalcium aluminates with: dSfY”k;e lYQks ,Y;wfeusV~l cuk;k tkrk gS%
(1) Gypsum (2) Water (1) ftIle (2) ty
(3) Both (1) & (2) (4) None of these (3) nksuksa (1) ,oa (2) (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

79. Σ (Curing period × temperature) is known as: 79. Σ¼D;wfjax ihfj;M × rkiØe½ dks tkuk tkrk gS%
(1) Curing (2) Maturity (1) D;wfjax (2) ifjiDork
(3) Shrinkage (4) None of these (3) ladqpu (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

80. Increase in the fineness modulus of aggregates 80. ,xzhxsV dh QkbZuusl ekikad esa o`f) bafxr djrh gS%
indicates: (1) xSi xzsfMax (2) QkbZuj xzsfMax
(1) Gap grading (2) Finer grading (3) dksjlj xzsfMax (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
(3) Coarser grading (4) None of these

81. The mix for under water concreting uses should have: 81. ty ds vUrxZr daØhV ç;ksx gsrq feJ.k esa gksuk pkfg,%
(1) Very low slump (2) Low slump (1) vfr fuEu voikr (2) fuEu voikr
(3) High slump (4) None of these (3) mPp voikr (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

82. The resin impregnated concrete: 82. jsftu lalsfpr daØhV%


(1) Reduces the porosity (1) laj/kzrk de djrk gS
(2) Increases the durability (2) fVdkÅiu c<+krk gS
(3) Both (1) & (2) (3) nksuksa (1) ,oa (2)
(4) None of these (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

83. Minimum water cement ratio required for a workable 83. dk;Z ;ksX; daØhV gsrq U;wure ty lhesaV vuqikr okafPNr gksrh gS%
concrete is: (1) 0.30 (2) 0.40
(1) 0.30 (2) 0.40 (3) 0.50 (4) 0.60
(3) 0.50 (4) 0.60

84. The ratio of ultimate creep strain to elastic strain is 84. çR;LFk LVªsu ls pje Øhi LVªsu dk vuqikr tkuk tkrk gS%
known as: (1) Øhi ekikad
(1) Creep modulus (2) Øhi xq.kkad
(2) Creep coefficient (3) Øhi&LVªsu vuqikr
(3) Creep–strain ratio (4) r`rh; Øhi
(4) Tertiary creep

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85. Match List I with List II and select the correct answer 85. lwph I dks lwph II ds lkFk lqesfyr djsa vkSj lwfp;ksa ds uhps fn, x,
using the codes given below the: dksMksa dk iz;ksx djrs gq, lgh mRrj dk p;u djas%
(Organism) (Disease Transmitted) ¼tho½ ¼lapfjr jksx½
A. Bacteria 1. Infection hepapatities A. thok.kq 1. laØe.k ;d`r”kksFk
B. Viruses 2. Amoebic dysentery B. fo’kk.kq 2. vehch vfrlkj
C. Protozoa 3. Paratyphoid C. izksVkstqvk 3. v/kZ&Vk;QkbM
D. Helminths 4. Gunica – worm infections D. d`fe 4. xqf.kdk&d`fe laØe.k
Codes: dksM%
(1) A-1, A-2, C-4, D-3 (1) A-1, A-2, C-4, D-3
(2) A-3, B-1, C-2, D-4 (2) A-3, B-1, C-2, D-4
(3) A-2, B-4, C-3, D-1 (3) A-2, B-4, C-3, D-1
(4) None of these (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

86. Two soil samples have the following limits: 86. nks e`nk uewuksa dh fuEufyf[kr lhek,a gSa%
(Soil A) (Soil B) ¼e`nk A½ ¼e`nk B½
L.L. = 70 L.L. = 80 L.L. = 70 L.L. = 80
P.L. = 40 P.L. = 30 P.L. = 40 P.L. = 30
Consider the following conclusions drawn from this data bl vkadM+s ls fudys fuEufyf[kr fu’d’kks± ij fopkj djsaA
A. Soil A is more compressible than soil B. A. e`nk ^A* e`nk ^B* dh vis{kk vf/kd laihM~; gSA
B. Soil A is less compressible than soil B. B. e`nk ^A* e`nk ^B* dh vis{kk de laihM~; gSA
C. Soil A is more plastic than soil B. C. e`nk ^A* e`nk ^B* dh vis{kk vf/kd ijkçR;kLFk gSA
D. Soil A is less plastic than soil B. D. e`nk ^A* e`nk ^B* dh vis{kk de ijkçR;kLFk gSA
Of these conclusions: bu fu’d’kks± esa
(1) A and D are correct (1) A vkSj D lgh gSa
(2) B and C are correct (2) B vkSj C lgh gaS
(3) A and C are correct (3) A vkSj C lgh gaS
(4) B and D are correct (4) B vkSj D lgh gaS

87. If wind forces on a building are to be taken into 87. ;fn fdlh Hkou ij iou cyksa dks fy;k tk, rks inkFkZ ds fy,
account, an increase in the working stresses for the dk;Z'khy çfrcyksa esa o`f) dh fdrus çfr'kr vuqefr gS%
material is allowed by: (1) 10% (2) 15%
(1) 10% (2) 15% (3) 23.34% (4) 33.34%
(3) 23.34% (4) 33.34%

88. The tensile force required to cause an elongation of 88. 1 eh0 yEckbZ ,oa 12mm O;kl okyh bLikr dh NM+ dh yEckbZ esa
0.045 mm in a steel rod of 1 m length and 12 mm dia is: 0.045mm dh o`f) ds fy;s vko”;d ruu cy gksxk%
(1) 1660 N (1) 1660 N
(2) 1017 N (2) 1017 N
(3) 2040 N (3) 2040 N
(4) 740 N (4) 740 N
5
Assume E = 2×10 N/mm
2
eku yhft, E=2x105 N/mm2

89. The standard moist curing of concrete for the first 7 to 89. igys 7 ls 14 fnuksa ds fy, daØhV dh ekud vkæZ rjkbZ 28 fnuksa
14 days may result in a compressive strength of dh vkæZ rjkbZ ----- çfr”kr dk laihfM+r lkeF;Z ifj.kkeh gksrk gS%
_______ percent of 28 day moist curing: (1) 60 ls 70
(1) 60 to 70 (2) 70 ls 80
(2) 70 to 80 (3) 80 ls 90
(3) 80 to 90 (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
(4) None of these

90. For compacting thin reinforced concrete slabs, 90. irys çcfyr daØhV LySCl ds la?kuu gsrq fuEufyf[kr okbZczsVj dh
following vibrator is recommended: vuq”kalk dh tkrh gSA
(1) Immersion (2) Surface (1) bej”ku (2) ljQsl
(3) Vibrating table (4) Any of the above (3) okbZczsfVax Vscy (4) mi;qZä esa dksbZ Hkh ,d

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91. If the settlement of a single pile in sand is denoted by 91. ;fn ckyw esa ,dy <sj dh O;oLFkk S }kjk vkSj N le:i <sjksa ds
S and that of a group of N identical piles (each pile xzqi dh O;oLFkk ¼çR;sd <sj dk Hkkj cjkcj gS½ Sg }kjk fufnZ”V dh
carrying the same load) by Sg, then the ratio Sg/S will: tkrh gS rks vuqikr Sg/S%
(1) Be equal to 1 irrespective of width of the group (1) xzqi dh pkSM+kbZ dk /;ku fd, fcuk 1 ds cjkcj gksxk
(2) Be equal to N irrespective of width of the group (2) xzqi dh pkSM+kbZ dk /;ku fd, fcuk N ds cjkcj gksxk
(3) Decrease as the width of the group increases (3) xzqi dh pkSM+kbZ c<+us ds lkFk ?kVsxk
(4) Increase as the width of the group increases (4) xzqi dh pkSM+kbZ c<+us ds lkFk c<+sxk

92. In a rectangular section, correct relationship is: 92. vk;rh; [k.Mksa esa lgh lEcU/k gksrk gS%
(1) τmax = 1.5 × τaverage (1) τmax = 1.5 × τaverage
(2) τmax = 1.33 × τaverage (2) τmax = 1.33 × τaverage
(3) τmax = 0.67 × τaverage (3) τmax = 0.67 × τaverage
(4) τmax = 0.75 × τaverage (4) τmax = 0.75 × τaverage

93. If a skeletal member is placed along X –axis then its 93. ;fn ,d dadky lnL; dks v{k ij vfiZr fd;k tkrk gS] rks bldk
polar moment of inertia will be about: tM+Ro dk /kzqoh; vk?kw.kZ yxHkx gksxk%
(1) X–axis (2) Y–axis (1) X&v{k (2) Y&v{k
(3) Z–axis (4) None of these (3) Z&v{k (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

94. In case of non–symmetric bending, plane of loading 94. xSj&lefer cadu dh n”kk esa Hkkj.k dk LFky fuEu ls ugha Vdjkrk gS%
does not coincide with: (1) ØkWl [k.M dk o`gn v{k
(1) Major axis of cross section (2) ØkWl [k.M dk y?kq v{k
(2) Minor axis of cross section (3) ØkWl [k.M dk dksbZ Hkh v{k ugha
(3) Neither axis of cross section (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha
(4) None of these

95. Piezometers are used to measure: 95. iht+ksehVj dk ç;ksx fdlds ekiu gsrq fd;k tkrk gS%
(1) Pressure in water channels, pipes etc. (1) ty pSuy] ikbZi bR;kfn esa nckc
(2) Difference in pressure at two points (2) nks fcUnqvksa ij nckc esa vUrj
(3) Atmospheric pressure (3) okrkoj.kh; nckc
(4) Very low pressure (4) vfr fuEu nckc

96. Gauge pressure is equal to: 96. xst nckc fdlds cjkcj gksrk gS%
(1) Absolute pressure – atmospheric pressure (1) iw.kZ nkc & okrkoj.kh; nkc
(2) Absolute pressure + atmospheric pressure (2) iw.kZ nkc $ okrkoj.kh; nkc
(3) Atmospheric pressure – Absolute pressure (3) okrkoj.kh; nkc & iw.kZ nkc
(4) None of these (4) buesa ls dksbZ ugha

97. Reynold number is the ratio of inertial force to: 97. tM+Roh; cy ls fdldk vuqikr jsukWYM la[;k n”kkZrk gS%
(1) Viscosity (2) Elasticity (1) “;kurk (2) çR;kLFkrk
(3) Gravitational force (4) Surface tension (3) xq:Roh; cy (4) i`’Bh; ruu

98. For design of sewers, percentage of sewer discharge 98. lhoj ds vfHkdYiu gsrq lhoj mRltZu dk çfr”kr ekuk tkrk gS%
is assumed: (1) 60 to 70% (2) 70 to 75%
(1) 60 to 70% (2) 70 to 75% (3) 75 to 80% (4) 85%
(3) 75 to 80% (4) 85%

99. The porosity of sediments in sewer pipes is usually 99. lhoj ikbiksa esa lsfMesUV dh laj/kzrk lkekU;r% yh tkrh gS%
taken as: (1) 0.010 (2) 0.011
(1) 0.010 (2) 0.011 (3) 0.012 (4) 0.013
(3) 0.012 (4) 0.013

100. The drop main holes are generally provided in sewers 100. lhoj esa MªkWi eSu gkWYl lkekU;r% dgk¡ çnku fd;s tkrs gSa%
in: (1) vkS|ksfxd {ks= (2) Hkkjh Vkmuf”ki
(1) Industrial areas (2) Large townships (3) ioZrh; Vkmuf”ki (4) “kgj {ks= esa
(3) Hilly townships (4) Cities in plains

NBC28OCTX7 [A–11] Project Manager_Civil (Mor.)


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