Objective of Estimating and Costing - Set 04 - ObjectiveBooks

Objective of Estimating and Costing - Set 04

Practice Test: Question Set - 04


1. The value of 'C' of Indian type W.C. shown in the given figure is:


Practice Test 04, Question No. 01
    (A) 400 mm
    (B) 450 mm
    (C) 500 mm
    (D) 550 mm

2. The area is measured correct to the nearest
    (A) 0.01 sqm
    (B) 0.02 sqm
    (C) 0.03 sqm
    (D) 0.04 sqm

3. The measurement is not made in square meters in case of
    (A) D.P.C. (Damp proof course)
    (B) Form works
    (C) Concrete Jeffries
    (D) R.C. Chhajja

4. The unit of measurement is per quintal for the following:
    (A) Collapsible gates with rails
    (B) Rolling shutters
    (C) Expanded metal wire netting
    (D) M.S. reinforcement of R.C.C. works

5. The trap which is provided to disconnect the house drain from the street sewer is called
    (A) Master trap
    (B) Intercepting trap
    (C) Interception manhole
    (D) All the above

6. Due to change in price level, a revised estimate is prepared if the sanctioned estimate exceeds
    (A) 2.0 %
    (B) 2.5 %
    (C) 4.0 %
    (D) 5.0 %

7. The cost of the earthwork in excavation for the surface drain of cross-section shown in the given figure for a total length of 5 metres @ Rs. 450% cum, is


Practice Test 04, Question No. 07
    (A) Rs. 400
    (B) Rs. 425
    (C) Rs. 450
    (D) Rs. 500

8. The expected out turn of 2.5 cm cement concrete floor per mansion per day
    (A) 2.5 sqm
    (B) 5.0 sqm
    (C) 7.5 sqm
    (D) 10 sqm

9. Pick up the correct statement from the following:
    (A) The bent up bars at a support resist the negative bending moment
    (B) The bent up bars at a support resist the sharing force
    (C) The bending of bars near supports is generally at 45°
    (D) All the above

10. While preparing a detailed estimate
    (A) Dimension should be measured correct to 0.01 m
    (B) Area should be measured correct to 0.01 sqm
    (C) Volume should be measured correct to 0.01 cum
    (D) All the above

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