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MCQ type Objective Question Bank

Name of the Trade : Amin Survey


Trade Code : AMSV
Choose the correct answer :
1. The survey where curvature of the earth is taken into account is known as
(a) Plain Survey (b) Geodetic Survey (c) Geometric Survey (d) none of these
2. For a accurate measurement of distances ---- is used
(a) chain (b) invar tape (c) metallic tape (d) none of these
3. Number of links in a meter of a metric chain is ------------(a) 5 (b) 20 (c) 30 (d) none of these
4. The most important line in a chain survey is
(a) base line (b) check line (c) tie line (d) none of these
5. The type of field book convenient for large scale and detailed dimension is
(a) double line (b) single line (c) curved line (d) none of these
6. ------- can be used for taking short offsets.
(a) ranging rod (b) offset rod (c) arrow (d) none of these
7. --------------- scale is used to read up to three dimensions.
(a) plain (b) vernier (c) diagonal (d) none of these
8. The principle of --------- surveying is to be divide the area into network of triangles.
(a) chain (b) compass (c) plain table (d) none of these
9. Simpsons rule can be applied only if the number of ordinates are
(a) even (b) odd (c) odd or even (d) none of these
10. The reduced bearing of line-whose whole circle bearing is 270 is
(a) S90W or N90W (b) N90E or S90E (c) S90E (d) none of these
11. If the true bearing of line is 127 and declination is 2W the magnetic bearing equals
(a) 125 (b) 127 (c) 129 (d) none of these
12. In a prismatic compass, Zero is marked at ------ end.
(a) North (b) South (c) East (d) none of these
13. Fore and back bearings of a line should differ by
(a) 90 (b) 180 (c) 360 (d) none of these
14. -------- meridian changes its position with lime.
(a) true (b) magnetic(c) arbitrary (d) none of these
15. The sum of the interior angles of a closed hexagon is equal to
(a) 360 (b) 540 (c) 720 (d) none of these
16. The method of surveying where field work and plotting are done simultaneously is
(a) chain survey (b) compass survey (c) plane table survey (d) none of these
17. To locate an electric pole near the plane table station-methods the most suitable process is
(a) Radiation (b) Intersection (c) Resection (d) Traversing
18. The method used for locating inaccessible objects is
(a) Radiation (b) Intersection (c) Resection (d) Traversing
19. Setting the Plane Table instrument in meridian at successive stations is termed as
(a) centering (b) leveling (c) orientation (d) none of these
20. The smallest division on the standard leveling staff is equal to
(a) 0.5m (b) 0.05m (c) 0.005m (d) none of these
21. The 1st reading in leveling should always be taken on a
(a) C.P. (b) F.S. (c) B.M (d) none of these

22. Face right and face left observations eliminate the


(a) graduation errors (b) eccentricity error (c) observational errors (d) none of these
23. Reading both the venires of a theodolite eliminates
(a) eccentricity error (b) observational error (c) graduation error (d) none of these
24. If d is the smallest value of the main scale and u the smallest value of the vernier scale, the least count of the
vernier is given by
(a) d v (b) v d (c) d/v (d) d * v
25. Fine adjustment in a theodolite is done by the
(a) Focusing screw (b) Tangent screw (c) clamping screw (d) none of these
26. In a closed traverses, the algebraic sum of departure and latitude of all sides must be equal to
(a) 90 (b)180 (c) 0 (d) none of these
27. The characteristic of Gales table is that the independent coordinates of all points are brought to
(a) Fourth quadrant (b )First quadrant (c)Third quadrant (d) none of these
28. If n be the number of sides of the traverse, then the sum of measured exterior angles should be equal to
(a) (2n-4)x 90 (b) (2n+4)x 90 (c) (n+4) x 90 (d) none of these
29. If be the RB of a line of length L, then departure is given by
(a) Lcos (b) Lsin (c) Ltan (d) none of these
30. The prismatic compass reads
(a) WCB (b) QB (c) true bearing (d) none of these
31. The north end of the compass needle deflects downward in -------------- hemisphere.
(a) Northern (b) southern (c) Eastern (d) none of these
32. At poles the magnetic dip is equal to
(a) 0 (b) 90 (c) 180 (d) none of these
33. If the fore bearing of a line is S40W the back bearing equals to
(a) N40W (b)S40E (c)N40E (d)None of these
34. The lines joining places of equal declination are known as
(a) Hexagonic lines (b) Isogonic line (c) Ogonic lines (d) none of these
35. A series of connected survey lines whose lengths and directions are known is known as
(a) traverse (b) level (c) compass (d) none of these
36. The inclination of the compass needle with the horizontal is known as
(a ) dip (b) declination (c) bip (d )none of these
37. Observations with a level are
(a) angular (b) linear (c) curved (d) none of these
38. Surface of a still water pond is a ----- surface.
(a) ground (b) rough (c) level (d) none of these
39. A bubble tube is a --- glass tube.
(a) straight (b) curved (c) opaque (d) none of these
40. ------------- level is most commonly used now-a-days.
(a) Cushings (b) Automatic (c) Wye (d) Dumpy
41. Invar staff is graduated to a
(a) inch (b) meter (c) millimeter (d) foot
42. The true bearing of line is also called its
(a) magnetic bearing (b) arbitrary bearing (c) azimuth (d) none of these
43. radian equals to
(a) 0 (b) 90 (c) 180 (d) 360
44. With notations carrying their usual meanings the area of an embankment is given by
(a)
(b+2sh)h (b) (b+sh)h (c) (b+sh)h2 (d) (b+sh)h3
45. With notations carrying their usual meanings the prismoidal correction for a level section is given by
(a) D*S/6(h1-h2)2 (b) D*S/6(h21 h22) (c) D*S/6(h1 +h2) (d) D*S/6(h2 1 h2)
46. The vertical distance through which excavated earth is lifted is called
(a) lift (b) lead (c) haulage (d) hand distance

47. The horizontal distance through the excavated earth transported from the borrow pit to the embankment is
known as
(a) lift (b) hand distance (c) lead (d) haulage
48. To obtain the correct volume using the trapezoidal rule the prismoidal correction should always be
(a) added (b) mutiplied (c) divided (d) none of these
49. The BM established by the Survey of India is known as the
(a) permanent BM (b) GTS BM (c) arbitrary BM (d) temporary BM
50. The surface tangential to a level surface is said to be a
(a) Vertical surface (b) Horizontal surface (c) Ground surface (d) Datum surface
51. The north line of the map is marked on the
(a) right hand bottom corner (b) middle bottom (c) left hand top corner (d) right hand top corner
52. Open traverse is suitable in the survey of
(a) ponds (b) rivers (c) estates (d) open lands
53. The accuracy of open traverse is checked by the
(a) cut-off line (b) auxiliary line (c) random line (d) none of these
54. Plain scale can only be used to read up to
(a) one dimension (b) two dimension (c) three dimension (d) none of these
55. The last entry in a level book page will always be
(a) BS (b) FS (c) IS (d) BM
56. Mean sea level is a
(a) Bench mark (b) Datum (c) Change Point (d) none of these
57. The BM established at each days end in a continuous levelling is known as the
(a) permanent BM (b) GTS BM (c) Arbitrary BM (d) none of these
58. The fundamental principle of surveying is to work
(a) from part to the whole (b) from whole to the part (c) from lower level to higher level (d) from higher level
to lower level
59. When 1cm on a map represents 10m on the ground, representative fraction of the scale is
(a) 1/10 (b) 1/100 (c) 1/1000 (d) 1/10000
60. When the measured length is less than the actual length, the error is known as
(a) positive error (b) negative error (c) compensating error (d) instrumental error
61. Cumulative error that occurs in chaining are proportional to
(a) L (b) L (c) 1/L (d) 1/L
62. A plumb bob is required
(a) when measuring distances along slopes in a hilly country (b) for accurate centering of a theodolite over a
station mark (c) for testing the verticality of ranging poles (d) all of these
63. Offsets may be
(a) perpendicular only (b) oblique only (c) either a or b (d) none of these
64. Maximum length of short offsets is
(a) 5m (b) 10m (c) 15m (d) 20m
65. In optical square number of mirror is
(a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4
66. Back bearing of a line is 3615, the fore bearing will be
(a) 3615 (b) 12615 (c) 21615 (d) none of these
67. The vertical distance above or below the datum is called
(a) height of instrument (b) reduced level of the point (c) bench mark (d) none of these
68. A staff reading taken on a bench mark or on a point of known elevation is called
(a) FS reading (b) BS reading (c) IS reading (d) none of these
69. The height of instrument is equal to
(a) reduced level of bench mark + back sight (b) reduced level of bench mark + fore sight (c) reduced level of
bench mark + intermediate sight (d) back sight + fore sight
70. Rise and Fall method is used in

(a) Profile leveling (b) Differential leveling (c) Check leveling (d) both (b) & (c)
71. The U fork and Plumb bob are required for
(a) Centering (b) Levelling (c) Orientation (d) all of these
72. The Principle of Plane Table survey is
(a) parallelism (b) triangulation (c) traversing (d) all of these
73. The line joining points of equal elevation is known as a
(a) horizontal line (b) contour line (c) level line (d) none of these
74. The contour interval is inversely proportional to the
(a) steepness of the area (b) extent of the area (c) scale of the map (d) none of these
75. A theodolite in which the telescope can be revolved through a complete revolution in a vertical plane is known
as a
(a) Tilting theodolite (b) Transit theodolite (c) Vernier theodolite (d) none of these
76. In the WCB system, a line is said to be free from local attraction if the FB and BB are (a) numerically equal
only (b) differs by 90 (c) differs by 180 (d) none of these.
77. The operation of leveling from the finishing point to the starting point at the end of a days work is known as
(a) differential leveling (b) profile leveling (c) check leveling (d) fly levelling.
78. The operation of leveling across any river is known as
(a) differential leveling (b) profile leveling (c) reciprocal leveling (d) fly levelling.
79. A point on which the staff is held is called
(a) Bench Mark (b) Station point (c) Change point (d) none of these.
80. Chain survey is suitable in
(a) wooded area (b) flat area (c) hilly country (d) none of these.
81. A mouza map is prepared with a scale of
(a) 16=1 mile (b) 1= 16 mile (c) 1cm = 16 mile (d) none of these.
82. A good surveyor should always try to achieve
(a) accuracy (b) precision (c) both accuracy & precision (d) speed.
83. In a theodolite traversing for land survey, the length of the traverse lines are generally measured with
(a) steel tape (b) chain (c) invar tape (d) metallic tape.
84. In leveling, the first reading is greater than second reading. The difference of them will fall in the
(a) Rise column (b) Fall column (c) either a or b (d) none of these.
85. When area of triangle is given by (s(s-a)(s-b)(s-c), s stands for
(a) perimeter of the triangle (b) half-perimeter of the triangle (c) longest side of the triangle (d) none of these.
86. The length of Gunters chain is
(a) 50 ft. (b) 100 ft (c) 66 ft (d) none of the above
87. For ranging a line the number of ranging rods is at least
(a) two (b) three (c) four (d) none of these.
88. If be the angle of slope and L is the sloping distance, slope correction is given by
(a) L(1-cos) (b) L(1-sin) (c) L(1-tan) (d) none of these
89. A triangle is said to be well-conditioned when each of its angles lies between
(a) 20 and 60 (b) 30 and 120 (c) 30 and 90 (d) none of these.
90. The main survey stations are located on the ground by
(a) Index sketches (b) Index map (c) Reference sketch (d) none of these.
91. In are optical square, the mirrors are fixed at an angle of
(a) 30 (b) 45 (c) 60 (d) none of these.
92. For taking an oblique offset which makes an angle of 45 with the chain line, the instrument used is the
(a) Optical Square (b) French Cross Staff (c) ranging rod (d) none of these.
93. The included angles of the traverse are measured
(a) clockwise (b) anticlockwise (c) either a or b (d) neither a nor b.
94. Among the chain lines of a chain survey, base line is the
(a) smallest (b) longest (c) either a or b (d) neither a nor b.
95. Invar tape is graduated to a
(a) millimeter (b) centimeter (c) inch (d) none of these.

96. Empirical formula for calculating the error due to refraction is


(a) 0.0785D2 (b) 0.0673D2 (c) 0.0112D2 (d) none of these.
97. 3:4:5 is a method of
(a) Triangulation survey (b) Making perpendicular offset (c) Levelling (d) none of these.
98. One mile is equal to
(a) 2850 ft (b) 1760 ft (c) 5280 ft (d) none of these.
99. The process of setting a survey instrument exactly over a station mark is termed as
(a) Levelling (b) Centering (c) Orientation (d) none of these
100.
Parallax is an adjustment carried out in
(a) Chain surveying (b) Levelling (c) Plane Table Surveying (d) none of these.
101.
Correction for Sag is always
(a) positive (b) negative (c) either a or b (d) neither a nor b.
102.
One mile equals to
(a) 60 Gunters Chain (b) 80 Gunters Chain (c) 100 Gunters Chain (d) none of these.
103.
If 1 chhatak = 45 sqft, then 1 Cottah equals to
(a) 8 chhatak (b) 10 chhatak (c) 16 chhatak (d) 20 chhatak.
104.
The field details of chain survey are recorded in
(a) Field Book (b) Level Book (c) Exercise Book (d) Survey Book.
105.
The working principle of the optical square is
(a) reflection (b) refraction (c) double reflection (d) none of these.
106.
The preliminary inspection of the area to be surveyed is known as
(a) Preliminary Survey (b) Reconnaissance Survey (c) Route Survey (d) none of these.
107.
The sketch prepared during the reconnaissance survey is known as
(a) Hand sketch (b) Index sketch (c) Rough sketch (d) none of these.
108.
One hectre is equal to
(a) 10 sqm (b) 100 sqm (c) 1000 sqm (d) 10000 sqm
109.
One acre equals to
(a) 1050 sqm (b) 7200 sqm (c) 4020 sqm (c) none of these.
110.
The lenth of a standard arrow is
(a) 30 cm (b) 40 cm (c) 50 cm (d) 60 cm.
111.
The length of Engineers Chain is
(a) 60 ft (b) 66 ft (c) 100 ft (d) 150 ft
112.
The working edge of the alidade is
(a) working edge (b) fudicial edge (c) parallel edge (d) none of these.
113.
Swinging means turning the telescope of a theodolite in a
(a) vertical plane (b) horizontal plane (c) either a or b (d) one of these
114.
The usual length of a ranging rod is
(a) 1.5m (b) 1.8m (c) 2.0m (d) 2.5m
115.
The closing error in a closed traverse is adjusted by
(a) Lehmans rule (b) Bowditch rule (c) Slide rule (d) none of these
116.
The line of collimation and the axis of telescope of a dumpy level should
(a) coincide (b) be parallel (c) be perpendicular (d) none of these
117.
By arithmetical check in a level book, we can ensure the accuracy of
(a) field work (b) calculation (c) both a & b (d) none of these
118.
To eliminate collimation error, the leveling instrument must be placed
(a) near the BS (b) near the FS (c) exactly midway between BS & FS (d) none of these
119.
The real image of the object is formed
(a) in the plane of cross-hair (b) at the centre of the eye-piece (c) at the centre of the telescope (d) none of these.
120.
Reciprocal leveling eliminates
(a) Error due to curvature & refraction (b) Collimation error (c) both a & b (d) none of these
121.
The size of a vernier theodolite is defined according to the
(a) length of telescope (b) diameter of horizontal circle (c) diameter of vertical circle (d) diameter of telescope
122.
Lines AB & BC intersect at B and B is measured by theodolite, the deflection angle of line BC will be

(a) 90 - B (b) 90 + B (c) 180 - B (d) 180 + B


123.
The size of field book used in chain survey is
(a) 15cm X 10cm (b) 30cm X 12 cm (c) 40cm X 20cm (d) 20cm X 12cm
124.
The graduated ring of a theodolite is divided in 360 and each degree is divided in three divisions. To
measure angles to an accuracy of 10seconds, the vernier to be made as:
(a) 119 divisions to be made for 120 main scale divisions (b) 120 divisions to be made for 119 main scale
divisions (c) 120 divisions to be made for 60 main scale divisions (d) none of these.
125.
The accessory used to check the horizontality of any instrument is
(a) compass (b) spirit level (c) plumb bob (d) none of these
126.
If a line measured with a chain which is longer than its designated length, the correct distance of the
line will be
(a) longer than the measured length (b) smaller than the measured length (c) equal to the measured length (d)
none of these
127.
The distance between two consecutive tallies in a metric chain is
(a) 1m (b) 3m (c) 5m (d) 10m
128.
In chain survey, the line joining the apex of a triangle to some fixed point on the opposite side is known
as
(a) base line (b) tie line (c) check line (d) offset
129.
The missing station of the ground survey can be found out with the help of
(a) Key plan (b) reference sketch (c) arithmetic calculation (d) none of these
130.
Compass traverse is recommended where
(a) at least forward and backward stations are visible (b) area not affected by magnetic attraction (c) speed of
the work with accuracy is prime consideration (d) all of these
131.
In length measurement sag of the chain is a
(a) compensating error (b) cumulative error (c) either a or b (d) neither a nor b
132.
Trapezoidal rule for computation of area is applicable when number of ordinates are
(a) odd (b) even (c) either a or b (d) neither a nor b
133.
Method of contour interpolation is
(a) arithmetical calculation (b) eye estimation (c) graphical method (d) all of these
134.
Equally spaced contour lines indicate
(a) valley (b) ridge (c) either a or b (d) neither a nor b
135.
The smallest distance on the paper which can be distinguished in plotting is
(a) 0.025mm (b) 0.25mm (c) 2.5mm (d) 25mm
136.
Reduced bearing of a line can be estimated directly from \
(a) Prismatic compass (b) Surveyors compass (c) Trough compass (d) none of these
137.
Larger is the radius of curvature of a bubble tube, greater is the
(a) accuracy (b) precision (c) sensitiveness (d) none of these
138.
With the help of a Tacheometer we can measure
(a) Elevation of points (b) horizontal angles (c) vertical angles (d) none of these
139.
A series of closed contours on the map indicates
(a) hill (b) depression (c) either a or b (d) neither a nor b
140.
Levelling deals with measurements in
(a) horizontal planes (b) vertical planes (c) either a or b (d) neither a nor b.
141.
The angle subtended by the tangent points at the centre is equal to
(a) degree of curvature (b) intersection angle (c) deflection angle (d) none of these
142.
Tangent length of a simple circular curve is given by
(a) Rsin/2 (b) 2Rsin/2 (c) Rsec/2 (d) Rtan/2
143.
The F.B. of a line is N1530W, the back bearing of the line in W.C.B. system will be
(a) 1530 (b) 19530 (c) 16430 (d) 34430
144.
The W.C.B.of a line is 9430, the R.B. will be
(a) N430W (b) S400E (c) S430W (d) S8530E

145.
Oblique offset requires ----------- number of points of chainage.
(a) one (b) two (c) three (d) four
146.
Which one of the following statements is correct?
(a) Compass survey is not affected by local attraction (b) Quadrantal bearing and reduced bearing bear same
meaning (c) There is no difference between true bearing and magnetic bearing (d) All the statements a, b & c
are correct.
147.
The type of offsets that can be taken with an optical square is
(a) perpendicular (b) oblique (c) either a or b (d) neither a nor b
148.
How many acres will be equal to 100 hectre ?
(a) 100 (b) 150 (c) 250 (d) 1000.
149.
If 1 cum of cement weighs 1440 kg, volume of 1bag of cement is
(a) 0.03 cum (b) 0.034 cum (c) 0.3 cum (d) none of these.
150.
Full form of P.W.D. is
(a) Public Weather Department (b) Public Water Department (c) Public Works Department (d) Public Workers
Department.

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33. Le lMl gl hulw s 40 W qm hL hulw qh
(a) N40 W (b) s 40 E (c) N 40 E (d) LeVC eu
34. pj XLene hn SuNmL kNLl lM qm
(a) qNeL mCe (b) BCpNeL mCe (c) JNeL mCe (d) LeVC eu
35. flfl pwk plmlM kml cO Hhw cL Se, aL hm
(a) Vip (b) mim (c) Lfp (d) LeVC eu
36 AeijL aml pb Lfpl nmL k Le al Ll, aL hm
(a) Xf (b) XLene (c) hf (d) LeVC eu
37. mim l fkhrem qm
(a) LeL (b) lbL (c) h (d) LeVC eu
38. l Smhn fLll Eflam qm -------------am
(a) r (b) Apje (c) mim (d) LeVC eu
39. hhm VEh qm HLV --------------LyQl VEh
(a) pS (b) h (c) AR (d) LeVC eu
40. ------------mim Ccew phQu hn hhqa quz
(a) Ljwp (b) AVjVL (c)JuC (d)Xf
41. Ceil Vgl iNml HLL qm
(a) C (b) jVl (c) jmjVl (d) gV
42. Le lMl V hulw L hm qu al

(a) jNeVL hulw (b) BlhVl hulw (c) HSjb (d) LeVC eu
43. lXuel pje qm
(a) 0 (b) 90 (c) 180 (d) 360
44. pQlQl hhqa eVne l fLna HLV hydl rgm qm
(a) (b+2sh)h (b) (b+sh)h (c)(b+sh)h2 (d) (b+sh)h3
45. fQma eVne l fLna mim pLnel fSjuXm LlLne qm
(a) D*S/6(h1-h2)2 (b) D*S/6(h12-h22) (c) D*S/6(h1+h2) (d) D*S/6(h12h22)
46. jV LVl fl aL E ih kaMe am qu aL hm
(a) mgV (b) mX (c) qmS (d) q XpVep
47. jV LVl SuN bL hyL fk AeijL am kaV hu eu kJu qu aL hm
(a) mgV (b) q XpVep (c) mX (d) qmS
48. VfSuXm pl pqk pWL Buae hl Lla fSjuXm LlLne
phc ------Lla qhz
(a) kN (b) e (c) iN (d) LeVC eu
49. pi Ag Cu l BM L hm qu
(a) fjeV BM (b) GTS BM (c) BlhVl BM (d) Vfll BM
50. mim aml fnL amL hm qu
(a) Em am (b) AeeijL am (c) ijam (d) XVj am
51. jf El cL ecnL lMV Aa qu
(a) XecL eQl Le (b) eQ jTMe (c) Efl hjcL (d) Efl XecL
52. Jfe VXp ejmMa pi LSl EfkN
(a) fLl (b) ec (c) HVV (d) Mm Sj
53. Jfe VXp Hl pWLa elfe Ll qu Hll
(a) LV - Ag mCe (b) Aml mCe (c) leXj mCe (d) LeVC eu
54. fe m l fs ku ---fk
(a) HL cnjwn (b) HL nawn (c) HL pqpwn (d) LeVC eu
55. Le mim hL fau no mCe mM qh
(a) BS (b) FS (c) IS (d) BM
56. je p mim qm HLV
(a) hjL (b) XVj (c) Q fuV (d) LeVC eu
57. Le Qmje mimw LS faL cel no k BM fe Ll qu aL hm
(a) fjeV BM (b) GTS BM (c) BlhVl BM (d) LeVC eu
58. piuw Hl jmea qm

(a) Awn bL pjNa LS Ll (b) pjN bL Awn LS Ll (c) eQ bL Efl


(d) Efl bL eQ
59. kc ijl 10j claL 1pj Hl pqk fLn Ll qu, ah m lfSVVi
gl qh
(a) 1/10 (b) 1/100 (c) 1/1000 (d) 1/10000
60. kMe hh cOl ameu eJu RV qu aMe HLL V qh
(a) fSVi (b) eNVi (c) LfepVw (d) CeVjVm
61. Qe pia k LEjmVi Hhw qu a HVl pjefaL
(a) L (b) L (c) 1/L (d) 1/L
62. f hl fuSe qu
(a) fqs HmLu ea hlhl jf ea (b) Le Vnel Efl pWL ih
buXmCV hpa (c) lw fml Ea flM Lla (d) phm ElC pWL
63. AgpV qa fl
(a) d m (b) d LeL (c) a Abh b (d) LeVC eu
64. nV AgpVl pQ cO qa fl
(a) 5 j (b) 10 j (c) 15 j (d) 20 j
65. AfVLm ul H Buel pwM
(a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4
66. Le lMl hLhulw 3615' qm glhulw qh
(a) 3615' (b) 12615' (c) 22615' (d) LeVC eu
67. XVj- Hl Efl h eQ E cla L hm qu
(a) qCV Ag CeVjV (b) I hcl lXEpX mim (c) hjL (d) LeVC eu
68. hjL h Le hc kl lXEpX mim Se al Efl Vg lXw eJu qm
pV qh
(a) FS lXw (b) BS lXw (c) IS lXw (d) LeVC eu
69. qCV Ag CeVjV eQlVl pje
(a) hjL Hhw lXEpX mim + hLpCV (b) hjL Hhw lXEpX mim +
glpCX (c) hjL Hhw lXEpX mim + CVlpCX (d) hLpCV +
glpCX
70. lCp H gm jbX hhql Ll qu eQlVa
(a) fgCm mimw (b) Xglpum mimw (c) QL mimw (d) M J N
HL
71. U gL J fhh hhql qu HC LS
(a) pVlw (b) mimw (c) JluVHne (d) phmC pWL
72. fe Vhm pil jmea qm

(a) flmmpj (b) Vmne (c) Vipw (d) phmC pWL


73. pjEQa hn hcmL kNLl lML hm
(a) qlSVm mCe (b) LVl mCe (c) mim mCe (d) LeVC eu
74. LVl CeVlim ejmMaVl hefaL
(a) Sjl MsCil (b) Sjl ha (c) jfl m (d) LeVC eu
75. k buXmCVl VmfVL E am HLV pfe fL cJu ku aL hm
(a) VmVw buXmCV (b) VeSV buXmCV (c) ieul buXmCV (d) LeVC
eu
76. WCB hhu HLV lM L mLm HVLne k hm qh kc al FB
Hhw BB
qu
(a) flflL pjjel (b) flfll jel agv 90 (c) flfll jel agv
180 (d) LeVC eu
77. Le mimw LS cel no no hc bL fbj hc gl BpL hm
(a) Xglpum mimw (b) fgCm mimw (c) lpfLm mimw (d)
gC
mimw
78. Le ecL fl Ll k mimw Ll qu aL hm
(a) Xglpum mimw (b) fgCm mimw (c) lpfXm mimw (d)
gC
mimw
79. k hca Vg dl qu, aL hm
(a) h jL (b) Vne fuV (c) Q fuV (d) LeVC eu
80. Qe pi ejmMa r hno EfkN
(a) Sm HmL (b) pjam HmL (c) fqs HmL (d) LeVC eu
81. jS jf pdlZa ejmMa m ByL qu
(a) 16"=1jCm (b) 1"=16jCm (c)1pj=16jCm (d) LeVC eu
82. HL Se piul k ASe Lla Qu a qm
(a) ALlp (b) fpue (c) ALlp J fpue EiuC (d) fX
83. Le buXmCV pia lMml cO pdlZa jf qu
(a) Vm Vf (b) Qe (c) Ceil Vf (d) dah Vf
84. Le mimw Hl fbj lXw auVl bL hs Eiul agvVL gm qh
(a) lCp Lmj H (b) gm Lmj H (c) a Abh b (d) LeVC eu
85. Le HCiSl rgm s(s-a)(s-b)(s-c) qm s Hl je qm
(a) iSl flpj (b) iSl Ad-flpj

(c) iSl phhqv h (d) LeVC eu


86. Vl Qel cO qm
(a) 50 gV (b) 100 gV (c) 66 gV (d) LeVC eu
87. Le lML lw Lla lw lXl phej pwM
(a) cC (b) aeV (c) QlV (d) LeVC eu
88. kc qu eaLe J L qu Na hlhl cO, ah eal LlLne qhz
(a) L(1-cos) (b) L(1-sin) (c) L(1-tan)(d) LeVC eu
89. Le iSL Jum - LneX hm qh kc Hl Le ml pj qu
(a) 20 J 60 (b) 30 J 120 (c) 30 J 90 (d) LeVC eu
90. Sja fde pi Vnem Qqa Ll qu, Hl l
(a) CeX Q (b) CeX jf (c) lglep Q (d) LeVC eu
91. AfVLm ul BuecVl jd flflL LeL jf
(a) 30 (b) 45 (c) 60 (d) LeVC eu
92. Qe mCel p 45 Le Ll k AgpV al jf ea k k hhqa qu
(a) AfVLm ul (b) hVg (c) lw lX (d) LeVC eu
93. Le hiSl A Lem jf qu
(a) Oll LyVl cL (b) Oll LyVl hffa (c) L Abh M (d) LeVC eu
94. Qepil Qe mCeml jd hpmCe qm
(a) raj (b) hqaj (c) a Abh b (d) LeVC eu
95. Ceil Vfl eeaj jfV Ll bL
(a) jmjVl (b) pVjVl (c) Ca (d) LeVC eu
96. faplZ Sea Vl NeaL gjm qm
(a) 0.0785D2 (b)0.0673 D2 (c)0.0112 D2 (d) LeVC eu
97. 3 x 4 x 5 pV hhql Ll qu
(a) Vmne pia (b) m AgpV (ll Se) (c) mimw (d) LeVC eu
98. HL jCm pje
(a) 2850 gV (b) 1760 gV (c) 5285 gV (d) LeVC eu
99. HLV Vnel Efl E ih HLC am pi CeVjeV L hpel ej
(a) mimw (b) pVlw (c) JluVne (d) LeVC eu
100. flmLp HXSjV Ll qu HC r
(a) Qe pi (b) mimw (c) fe Vhm pi (d) LeVC eu
101. pN LlLne phc
(a) fSVi (b) eNVi (c) L Abh M (d) LeVC eu
102. HL jCm pje
(a) 60 V Vl Qe (b) 80V Vl Qe (c) 100V Vl Qe (d) LeVC

eu
103. kc 1 RVL = 45 ul gV, ah 1 LW pje
(a) 8 RVL (b)10 RVL (c)16 RVL (d) 20 RVL
104. Qe pil gl MyVeV mM lM qu
(a) ghL (b) mim hL (c) HupCS hL (d) pi hL
105. AfVLm ul Hl jm Lkea qm
(a) fagme (b) faple (c) - fagme (d) LeVC eu
106. pi LSl fbjL fkhrZl ej
(a) fmjel pi (b) lLLeCSne pi (c) lV pi (d) LeVC eu
107. lLLeCSne pia k Q al Ll qu aL hm
(a) q Q (b) CeX Q (c) lg Q (d) LeVC eu
108. HL ql pje
(a)10 h j (b)100 h j (c)1000h j (d)10000 h j
109. HL HLl pje
(a)1050 h j (b)7200 h j (c) 4020 h j (d) LeVC eu
110. fje pCel Hll jf qm
(a) 30 pj (b) 40 pj (c) 50 pj (d) 60 pj
111. Ceup Qel cO qm
(a) 60 gV (b) 66 gV (c)100 gV (c)150 gV
112. HmXXl LkLl cLVL hm
(a)LkLl HS (b)gEXpum HS (c) pjlm HS (d) LeVC eu
113. pCw qm buXmCVl Vmf VL Ole
(a) Em am (b)AeijL am (c) a Abh b (d) LeVC eu
114. lw lXl fQma qm
(a)1.5 j (b)1.8 j (c) 2.0 j (d) 2.5 j
115. h hiSl LSl Hll cl Ll qu (a) mje euj (b)hXQ euj (c)pCX euj (d) LeVC eu
116. Xf miml mCe Ag Lmjne J Vmf Ag qJu EQa
(a) HLC (b) pjlm (c) flfl m (d) LeVC eu
117. mim hLl HlbjVL QLl pqk ejmMaVl pWLa cM eu
(a) g JuL (b) LmLmne (c) a J b cVC (d) LeVC eu
118. Lmjne Hll cl Lla mimw kVL lM EQa
(a) BS Hl LR (b) FS Hl LR (c) BS J FS Hl WL jT (d) LeVC eu
119. hl fLa fah al qu
(a) n qul - Hl am (b)BCfpl Lc (c)Vmfl Lc (d) LeVC
eu

120. lpfLm mimw cl Ll


(a) ha J faplZ Sea V (b)Lmpne V (c) L J M EiuC (d) LeVC eu
121. ieul buXmCV Hl jf hma hTu
(a) Vmf Hl cO (b)AeijL hl hp (c)E hl hp (d)Vmf
Hl hp
122. AB J BC lM B hca jma qu Hhw <B buXmCVl pqk jf qm
BC
mCel hQa Le qh
(a) 90 - <B (b) 90 + <B (c)180 - <B (d)180 + <B
123. Qe pia hhqa g hLl jf qm
(a) 15pjx10pj (b) 30pjx12pj (c) 40pjx2pj (d)20pjx20pj
124. buXmCV hVa 360 fk iN Ll BR kMe fa XN aeV iN
hiz raj 10 pL fk jf fsa ieul mV qh ejlf
(a) 120 V je ml pje SuNu 119V iN Lla qhz
(b) 119V je ml pje SuNu 120V iN Lla qhz
(c) 60V je ml pje SuNu 120V iN Lla qhz
(d) LeVC eu
125. Le k flfl AeijL Le cMa V hhqa qu
(a) Lfp (b) flV (c) mim fhh (d) LeVC eu
126. Le cO jf quR k Qel pqk pV al mMa jfl bL hs, lMVl p
WL cO qh
(a) eJu jfl bL hs (b) eJu jfl bL RV (c) eJu jfl pje (d) LeVC eu
127. Le jVL Qel cV fl-fl Vml cla
(a) 1 j (b) 3 j (c) 5 j (d)10 j
128. Qe pia Le iSl nohc bL hfla hl ec hc kNLl lML hm qu
(a) hpmCe (b) VC mCe (c) QL mCe (d) AgpV
129. Sjl pi LS, qlu kJu Vne fuV MyS fJu ku Hl pqk
(a) L fe (b) lglp Q (c) NZaL qph (d) LeVC eu
130. Lfp pi HC r EfkN
(a) kMe pjel J fRel Vne cM ku (b) SuNV QLr eu (c) prapq
LSl Na fde hQk (d)phmC pWL
131. cO jf Hl r Qel pN phc

(a) LfepVw V (b) LEjmVi V (c) a Abh b (d) LeVC eu


132. rgm eesul r VfSuXm p fkS kc LVl pwM qu
(a) hSs (b) Ss (c) a Abh b (d) LeVC eu
133. LVl CVlfmnel faV qm
(a) NeaL qph (b) QMl BcS (c) mMQ fa (d) phmC pWL
134. pjcla Aha LVl lM l HV hT ku
(a) EfaL (b) nmnl (c) a Abh b (d) a J e b J e
135. raj cha k Le LNS ByL ku al jf qm
(a) 0.025jj (b) 0.25 jj (c) 2.5jj (d) 25jj
136. Le lMl lXEpX hulw plpl fJu uu
(a) fSjVL Lfpl pqk (b) piul Lfp (c) Vg Lfp (d) LeVC eu
137. hhm VEh Hl ha ka hs qh, aa hs qh
(a) ALlp (b) fppe (c) pepVien d) LeVC eu
138. VLJ jVl Hl pqk Bjl jfa fl
(a) Lehcl EQa (b) AeijL Le (c) E Le d) LeVC eu
139. Lam h LVl l fLna qu
(a) fqs (b) Na (c) a Abh b (d) a J e b J e
140. mimw ejmMa r jfSf pu
(a) AeeijL am (b) Em am (c) a Abh b d) LeVC eu
141. fnL hcl Lc Evf Lel ej
(a) XN Ah LiQl (b) hhRc Le (c) hQa Le d) LeVC eu
142. HLV plm pLml Li VeSV cO qh
(a) R Sin /2 (b) 2R Sin /2 (c) R Sin /2 (d) RTan /2
143. Le lMl gl hulw N 15 30' W qm hL hulw qh W.C.B faa
(a) 15 30' (b) 195 30' (c) 164 30' (d) 344 30'
144. Le lMl W.C.B 94 30' qm RB qh
(a) N 4 30' W (b) S 4 00' E (c) S 4 30' W (d) S 85 30' E
145. akL AgpVl r Qel Efl ------ V hca jf eJu clLl
(a) HL (b) cC (c) ae (d) Ql
146. eQl Le hhV pWL
(a) Lfp pi mLm HVLne l raN qu e
(b) LuXVm hulw J lXEpX hulw HL Sep
(c) V hulw J jNeVL hulw Hl jd Le agv eC
(d) phLV hhC pWL
147. ejmMa fLl - Hl AgpV AfVLm ul - Hl pqk eJu qu

(a) m (b) akL (c) a Abh b d) LeVC eu


148. 100 ql La HLl ?
(a) 100 (b)150 (c)250 (d)1000
149. HL Oej pjVl JSe 1440 LS qm 1 h pjVl Buae qh
(a) 0.03 Oej (b) 0.034 Oej (c) 0.3 Oej d) LeVC eu
150. P.W.D LbVl fl Lb qm
(a) fhmL Jucl XfVjV
(b) fhmL JuVl XfVjV
(c) fhmL JuLn XfVjV
(d) fhmL JuLl XfVjV
MCQ type Objective Question Bank
Name of the Trade : Amin Survey
Trade Code : AMSV
Answer :
1.

15.

29.

43.

2.

16.

30.

44.

3.

17.

31.

45.

4.

18.

32.

46.

5.

19.

33.

47.

6.

20.

34.

48.

7.

21.

35.

49.

8.

22.

36.

50.

9.

23.

37.

51.

10.

24.

38.

52.

11.

25.

39.

53.

12.

26.

40.

54.

13.

27.

41.

55.

14.

28.

42.

56.

57.

79.

58.

80.

59.

81.

60.

82.

61.

62.
63.
64.
65.

101.
102.

b
b

103.

104.

105.

83.

106.

84.

107.

85.

108.

109.

110.

111.

112.

113.

114.

c
b

86.
87.

c
b

66.

88.

67.

89.

68.

90.

69.

91.

115.

70.

92.

116.

117.

118.

119.

120.

121.

122.

71.

93.

72.

94.

73.

95.

74.

96.

75.

97.

76.

98.

123.

77.

99.

124.

78.

100.

125.

126.

127.

128.

129.

130.

131.

132.

133.

134.

135.

136.

137.

138.

139.

140.

141.

142.

143.

144.

145.

146.

147.

148.

149.

150.