Railway Departmental Interview Questions Practice Test - Set 11

RRB Practice Test: Question Set - 11

1. The limiting value of cant gradient for all gauges is
    (A) 1 in 360
    (B) 1 in 720
    (C) 1 in 1000
    (D) 1 in 1200

2. Number of switches provided on a Gauntleted track is
    (A) 1
    (B) 2
    (C) 3
    (D) None of the above

3. While preparing sub-grade of a railway line, the grubbing operation means:
    (A) Checking of sub-grade
    (B) Filling or cutting of earth work in railway sub-grade
    (C) Compaction and consolidation of earth work
    (D) Removal and disposal of stumps and roots trees

4. The completed and finished railway line on which wheeled vehicles are drawn by locomotive is known as:
    (A) Steel way
    (B) Rails
    (C) Railway
    (D) Permanent way

5. Which one of the following rail failures is caused by loose fish bolts at expansion joints?
    (A) Crushed head
    (B) Angular break
    (C) Split head
    (D) Transverse fissures

6. Normally the limiting value of cant is (where G is the gauge.)
    (A) G/8
    (B) G/10
    (C) G/12
    (D) G/15

7. Generally the shape of fish plate is:
    (A) Elliptical
    (B) Bone shaped
    (C) Circular
    (D) Rectangular

8. Integrated coach factory is located in:
    (A) Chennai
    (B) Bangalore
    (C) Jamshedpur
    (D) Mumbai

9. The good quality wood for sleeper is:
    (A) Deodar
    (B) Sheesham
    (C) Teak
    (D) Sal

10. To ensure exact gauge, the gauge tie plates are provided at
    (A) Toe of the switch
    (B) Nose of crossing
    (C) Both (a) and (b)
    (D) None of the above

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