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MPSC Departmental Examination for Assistant Inspectors Post Recruitment in the Motor Vehicle Department Paper 1, 2 and 3

MPSC  Departmental Examination for Assistant Inspectors Post Recruitment in the Motor Vehicle Department Paper 1, 2 and 3

PAPER I –

VEHICLES LAY-OUT ENGINES, INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE, AUTOMOBILE ELEMENTS, ETC. 

NB –

(1) Candidate should not write roll number, any name (including his/her own), signature, address or any indication of his/her identity anywhere inside the answer book otherwise he/she will be penalized.

(2) Candidates are expected to answer all the sub-questions of a question together, if sub-question of a question is attempted elsewhere (after leaving a few pages or a Rer attempting another question) the later sub-question shall be overlooked.

(3) Answers are to be written in one language only either in Marathi or in English.

  1. Select proper alternatives:-

(a) The knocking Tendency in spark ignition engines may be decreased by—

(i) Controlling the air-fuel mixture

(ii) Controlling the ignition timing

(iii) Controlling the exhaust temperature

(iv) Reducing the compression ratio.

(b) The two reference fuels used for cetane ratings are-

(i) Cetane and iso-octane

(ii) Cetane and alpha-methyl naphthalene

(iii) Cetane and normal heptanes

(iv) Cetane and tetra ethyl lead.

(c) The object of supercharging the engine is-

(i) To reduce mass of the engine per brake power

(ii) To reduce space occupied by the engine

(iii) To increase the power output of an engine when greater power is required

(iv) All of the above.

(d) When the battery is half (50%) charged, the specific gravity of acid in a battery is usually-

(i) 0.74

(ii) 1.00

(iii) 1.12

(iv) 1.19

(e) A clutch is usually designed to transmit maximum torque which is-

(i) Equal to the maximum engine torque

(ii) 80% of the maximum engine torque

(iii) 150% of the maximum engine torque

(iv) None of these.

  1. Write short notes (Any Four) :-

(a) Hybrid Vehicle

(b) Connecting Rod

(c) Master Cylinder

(d) Cornering Force

(e) Redressing the combustion chamber.

  1. Draw Labeled Diagram (Any Tow) :-

(a) Steering linkage for vehicle with rigid axle front suspension

(b) Constant mesh gear box

(c) Single plate clutch.

  1. Explain in Detail (Any Three) :-

(a) Working of sliding mesh type of gear box with neat sketch

(b) Working of Differential with neat sketch

(c) Under steer and over steer in steering system

(d) Working of hydraulic brake system.

  1. Differentiate between the following (Any Tow) :-

(a) Petrol Engine and Diesel Engine

(b) Two Stroke and Four Stroke I C Engine

(c) Tubeless and Tubed tyre

(d) Radial ply tyre and Cross ply tyre.

 

PAPER II –

MUMBAI MOTOR VEHICLES ACT, 1988 AND MOTOR VEHICLES RULES, 1989 ETC.

  1. B-

(1) The maximum marks for the questions are indicated on the right.

(2) Verbatim copying from textbooks shall result in reduction of marks.

(3) Candidate should not write roll number, any name (including his/ her own), signature, address or any indication of his/her identity anywhere inside the answer book otherwise he/she will be penalized.

(4) Candidates are expected to answer all the sub-questions of a question together, if sub-question of a question is attempted elsewhere (after leaving a few pages or after attempting another question) the later sub-question shall be overlooked.

(5) Answers are to be written in one language only either in Marathi or in English.

  1. Explain with definition (any four) :-

(a) International Driving Permit

(b) Smart Card.

(c) State Transport Undertaking.

(d) Goods and Goods Carriage.

(e) Transport Commissioner.

  1. (a) Explain the matters to be taken into consideration while granting or renewing the Motor Driving School Licence.

(b) Write in detail about Provisions of Cancellation of Registration of Motor Vehicle.

  1. (a) Explain the Conditions in which a tyre is not deemed to be of good and sound condition.

(b) Explain the standards prescribed in respect of emission of smoke, vapour etc. from Motor Vehicle.

  1. (a) Explain the provisions in respect of Age of Motor Vehicle for the purpose of national permit.

(b) What are the standards prescribed in respect of Safety devices in Motor Cycle.

(c) Write on responsibility of the Driver of the Vehicle carrying dangerous or hazardous goods.

  1. Write short notes on (any five) :-

(a) Modular Hydraulic Trailer.

(b) Speed Governor.

(c) Temporary Registration.

(d) e-Cart and e-rickshaw.

(e) Renewal of Certificate of Registration.

(f) Road Safety Council and Committees.

(g) Fitness Certificate.

PAPER III –

MAHARASHTRA MOTOR VEHICLES TAX ACT, 1958, MAHARASHTRA MOTOR VEHICLES TAX RULES, 1959 AND MAHARASHTRA MOTOR VEHICLES TAX (TAXATION ON PASSENGERS) ACT, 1968 AND RULES THERE UNDER

N B-

(1) Candidate should not write roll number, any name (including his/ her own), signature, address or any indication of his/her identity anywhere inside the answer book otherwise he/she will be penalized.

(2) Candidates are expected to answer all the sub questions of a question together. If sub question of a question is attempted elsewhere (after leaving a few pages or after attempting another question) the later sub question shall be overlooked.

(3) Answer are to be written in one lanwaae only either in Marathi or in English.

  1. Fill in the blanks:-

(a) The Road Safety Cess levied under the Maharashtra Motor Vehicles Tax Act cannot be more than ………… percent of the Motor Vehicle Tax.

(b) Application for refund of tax has to be made within a period of …………. months from the date of removal of Motor Vehicle out of the State.

(c) Fleet Owner can file appeal against the order of a Taxation Authority to the……………..

(d) If the Transport Vehicle is brought into the State on a temporary permit not exceeding seven days, the Motor Vehicle tax levied shall be …………… of the tax leviable for ………… month.

(e) Fleet owner, for the purposes of Passenger Tax Act, means an operator holding a permit for ……… stage carriages.

  1. Explain in your own words:-

(a) Powers of Police Officers and Motor Vehicles Department Officers under the Maharashtra Motor Vehicles Tax Act.

(b) Provisions for levy of interest under the Maharashtra Motor Vehicles Tax Act, if the tax is not paid within time limit.

  1. Write Notes on :-

(a) Liability for punishment in respect of offences committed by companies under the Passenger Tax Act. (b) Authorities and procedure for appeal under the Passenger Tax Act.

(c) Liability to pay arrears of tax in case of transfer of ownership of vehicle.

(d) Power to seize and detain Motor Vehicle in case of non-payment of Motor Vehicles Tax.

  1. Explain the entire scheme of levy of Environment Tax, including its later and purposes on which the amount so collected spent.
  2. (a) Explain the procedure for service of notice of demand under the Passenger Tax Act.

(b) Explain in detail, the provisions made under the Maharashtra Motor Vehicles Tax Act for levy and recovery of tax on fleet owners.

(c) Explain the rates at which Mot0r Vehicles Tax is paid for the periods of one month, one month upto two months and more than two months.

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