MCQ(s) of Elements of Civil Engineering (2110004) - Winter 2015 Sem-1

    • Q. 1  The W.C.B. of a line is 50°, its Q.B. is
    • (A) N50°W
      (B) N50°E
    • (C) W50°N
      (D) E50°N
    • (B) N50°E
    • Q. 2  The graduated ring and needle are free to move independently in
    • (A) surveyor’s compass
      (B) prismatic compass
    • (C) in both of above
    • (A) surveyor’s compass
    • Q. 3  If the value of contour decreases from inside to outside it shows
    • (A) lake
      (B) plain terrain
    • (C) hill
      (D) undulating surface
    • (C) hill
    • Q. 4  Planimeter is useful to measure
    • (A) length
      (B) area
    • (C) volume
      (D) time
    • (B) area
    • Q. 5  HI in leveling denotes
    • (A) total height of staff
      (B) height of line of sight with respect to datum
    • (C) height of line of sight with respect to MSL
      (D) total height of leveling instrument
    • (B) Height of line of sight with respect to datum
    • Q. 6  GIS is useful for
    • (A) environmental impact assessment
      (B) surveying and mapping
    • (C) natural resource management
      (D) all of the above
    • (D) all of the above
    • Q. 7  The quantity of water required for domestic use is
    • (A) 500 lpcd
      (B) 145 lpcd
    • (C) 135 lpcd
      (D) 100 lpcd
    • (C) 135 lpcd
    • Q. 8  Portion of water held by trees during rainfall is known as
    • (A) depression storage
      (B) Infiltration
    • (C) Interception
      (D) None of the above
    • (C) Interception
    • Q. 9  Load bearing structure transfers the load to sub-soil by
    • (A) columns
      (B) columns and beams
    • (C) masonry walls
      (D) none of the above
    • (C) masonry walls
    • Q. 10  Room which receives air and light from particular direction is called the
    • (A) aspect
      (B) prospect
    • (C) privacy
      (D) roominess
    • (A) aspect
    • Q. 11  If scale of a map is 1cm= 4m, R.F. is
    • (A) 1/4000
      (B) 1/400
    • (C) 1/40
      (D) 1/4
    • (B) 1/400
    • Q. 12  Civil engineer is mainly responsible for
    • (A) construction
      (B) supervision
    • (C) estimation
      (D) all of above
    • (D) all of above