Maharashtra Forest Development Corporation Question Paper Download Set 6

  1. Length of an Engineer’s chain is :
  2. 100 ft
  3. 66 ft
  4. 20 m
  5. 33 ft

 

Ans:- A

  1. The most accurate tape is :
  2. Linen tape
  3. Inver tape
  4. Steel tape
  5. Metallic tape

 

Ans:-B

 

  1. Identify an instrument used for marking stations :
  2. Chain
  3. Tape
  4. Peg
  5. Cross staff

 

Ans:-C

 

  1. Least count of a leveling staff :
  2. 5 cm
  3. 5 m
  4. 1 mm
  5. 5 mm

 

Ans:-D

 

  1. The line passing through the optical centre of the objective traversing the eye pice and entering the eye is known as :
  2. Line of sight
  3. Line of collimation
  4. Optical centre of a lens
  5. Axis of the telescope

 

Ans:- A

  1. The first sight taken on a leveling staff held at a point of known elevation is called :
  2. S
  3. S
  4. I
  5. S

 

Ans:-B

  1. The scale on which three dimensions can be measured known as :
  2. Chord scale
  3. Plain scale
  4. Diagonal scale
  5. None of the above

 

Ans:- C

  1. A triangle is said to be well conditioned if none of the angles is less than :
  2. 90 0
  3. 60 0
  4. 45 0
  5. 30 0

 

Ans:- D

  1. A line joining some fixed points on the main survey lines :
  2. Tie line
  3. Check line
  4. Base line
  5. None of the above

 

Ans:- A

  1. Equidistant and parallel contours represent__________ areas.
  2. Flat
  3. Gentle slope
  4. Steep slope
  5. Slope

 

Ans:-B

  1. The vertical distance between any two consecutive contours is called :
  2. Vertical equivalent
  3. Horizontal equivalent
  4. Contour interval
  5. Contour gradient

 

Ans:-C

  1. If R.L. of a B.M. is 200.000 m, back sight is 1.525 m and fore sight is 3.285 m. R.L. of the forward station is :
  2. 700 m
  3. 525 m
  4. 810 m
  5. 249 m

 

Ans:- D

  1. Rocks formed by cooling of magma is :
  2. Metamorphic rocks
  3. Igneous rocks
  4. Sedimentary rocks
  5. None of the above

 

Ans:-B

  1. Slate in the form of tiles is used :
  2. For paving
  3. As road metal
  4. As an excellent roof covering material
  5. None of the above

 

Ans:-C

 

  1. An example for silicious rock is :
  2. Marble
  3. Slate
  4. Lime stone
  5. Sand stone

 

Ans:- D

  1. Heaviness of a stone is indicated by its :
  2. Specific gravity
  3. Resistance to abrasive force
  4. To withstand stresses due to vibrations
  5. Resistance to compressive force

 

Ans:-A

  1. Type of stone for electrical switch boards :
  2. Granite
  3. Gneiss
  4. Marble
  5. Lime stone

 

Ans:-C

  1. The heating of lime stone to redness without contact with air or in absence of air is known as :
  2. Oxidation
  3. Burning
  4. Carbonization
  5. Calcinations

 

Ans:- D

  1. The constituent which makes the brick earth plastic and tends the brick to hardness :
  2. Silica
  3. Clay
  4. Lime
  5. Iron oxide

 

Ans:-B

  1. For one cubic metre of brick masonry the number of bricks required are :
  2. 500
  3. 400
  4. 450
  5. 550

 

Ans:-A

  1. The approximate weight of a brick should be :
  2. 2 kg
  3. 5 kg
  4. 0 kg
  5. 5 kg

 

Ans:- A

  1. The chemical reaction between cement and water is called :
  2. Consistency
  3. Soundness
  4. Hydration
  5. Setting time

 

Ans:-C

  1. The soundness of cement is tested by :
  2. Vicat’s apparatus
  3. Sieve analysis
  4. Slump test
  5. Le-Chatelier apparatus

 

Ans:-D

  1. The specific surface of a good Portland cement should not be less than :
  2. 3200 cm2/gm
  3. 2250 cm2/gm
  4. 1100 cm2/gm
  5. 500 cm2/gm

 

Ans:- B

  1. Cement used for dam, retaining wall construction etc is :
  2. Ordinary Portland cement
  3. Rapid hardening cement
  4. Low heat cement
  5. Air entrained cement

 

Ans:-C

  1. A plant having neither leaves nor flowers. This is due to
  2. Fungus
  3. Chemical decay
  4. White rots
  5. Termites

 

Ans:-A

  1. The horizontal thin fibrous tissues which extended radially from pith towards cambium or from cambium towards the pith is called :
  2. Sap wood
  3. Medullary rays
  4. Outer Bark
  5. Annual rings

 

Ans:- B

  1. The type of defect of timber which separates the whole or part of one annual ring from another is :
  2. Heart shakes
  3. Star shakes
  4. Radial shakes
  5. Cup shakes

 

Ans:-D

 

 

 

 

  1. Which one is not a method of preservation of timber?
  2. Curing
  3. Tarring
  4. Charring
  5. creosoting

 

Ans:-A

  1. The seasoning of timber is done to:
  2. Heat the timber
  3. Expel the moisture
  4. Make it water proof
  5. Increase its strength

 

Ans:-B

  1. If knotting is not properly done resins from knots spoils the point. It is called :
  2. Chalking
  3. Scaling
  4. Exudation
  5. Wrinkling

 

Ans:-C

 

  1. The liquid part of a paint is called:
  2. Pigment
  3. Solvent
  4. Driver
  5. Vehicle

 

Ans:-D

  1. The volatile dilutent added to a paint is known as :
  2. Driver
  3. Pigment
  4. Solvent
  5. Thinner

 

Ans:-D

  1. The steel used in RCC :
  2. Cast iron
  3. Stainless steel
  4. Mild steel
  5. Chromium steel

 

Ans:-C

  1. Coating the surface of steel by thin layer of zinc is known as :
  2. Normalizing
  3. Galvanizing
  4. Spraying
  5. Heating

 

Ans:-B

 

  1. Glass made of several layers of plate glass and alternate layers consists of Vinyl-resin plastic is :
  2. Bullet proof glass
  3. Block glass
  4. Fiber glass
  5. Flint glass

 

Ans:-A

  1. Initial setting time of rapid hardening cement should not be less than :
  2. 45 minutes
  3. 15 minutes
  4. 30 minutes
  5. 60 minutes

 

Ans:-C

  1. The maximum size of aggregates particles recommended for beams, columns etc is :
  2. 80 mm
  3. 40 mm
  4. 10 mm
  5. 20 mm

 

Ans:- D

  1. Continuous strain with time which the concrete structure undergone due to application of a external load is :
  2. Workability
  3. Creep
  4. Bleeding
  5. Segregation

 

Ans:- B

  1. M20 concrete is :
  2. 1 : 1 ½ : 3
  3. 1 : 2 : 4
  4. 1 : 3 : 6
  5. 1 : 5 : 10

 

Ans:- A

 

  1. The slump value required for road construction :
  2. 40 to 50 mm
  3. 20 to 40 mm
  4. 70 to 80 mm
  5. 80 to 150 mm

 

Ans:-B

  1. The course of a masonry provided at ceiling level of the roof projecting outside the surface of the wall of the building :
  2. String course
  3. Corbel
  4. Cornice
  5. Block-in-course

 

 

Ans:- C

  1. Rubble masonry used for the construction of low boundary walls of ordinary houses :
  2. Random Rubble masonry
  3. Coursed Rubble masonry
  4. Dry Rubble masonry
  5. Un-coursed Rubble masonry

 

Ans:-D

  1. A brick laid with its length parallel to the face or front or direction of a wall is called :
  2. Stretcher
  3. Header
  4. Bed
  5. Closer

 

Ans:-A

  1. In brick masonry, the frog of the brick is normally kept on the :
  2. Interior
  3. Exposed face
  4. Top face
  5. Bottom face

 

Ans:-C

  1. The vertical joints between bricks in longitudinal cross directions are known as :
  2. Cross joint
  3. Hearting
  4. Bed joints
  5. Perpend

 

Ans:-D

 

  1. A component part of a scaffolding which are the horizontal members parallel to the wall:
  2. Ledgers
  3. Putlog
  4. Transoms
  5. Braces

 

Ans:-A

  1. Temporary support to the structures is called :
  2. Foundation
  3. Shoring
  4. Scaffolding
  5. Underpinning

 

Ans:-B

  1. The wedge shaped units forming the courses of an arch :
  2. Skewback
  3. Voussoir
  4. Crown
  5. Key

 

Ans:-B

 

  1. Type of arch consists of two curves which are meeting at the apex of a triangle is called :
  2. Inverted arch
  3. Flat arch
  4. Segmental arch
  5. Pointed arch

 

Ans:- D