Estimation ITI Trade Civil Draughtsman Mock Test - ObjectiveBooks

Estimation ITI Trade Civil Draughtsman Mock Test

Practice Test: Question Set - 05


1. What (%) percentage of steel work is provided for rivets in steel roof truss?
    (A) 0.03
    (B) 0.05
    (C) 0.07
    (D) 0.1

2. Which data is necessary for the preparation of estimate?
    (A) Labour
    (B) Material
    (C) Fund
    (D) Drawings

3. What is the sequence of booking measurements?
    (A) Breadth, length and depth
    (B) Number, length and depth
    (C) Diameter, length and density
    (D) Length, breadth and height

4. Which is an item rate estimate?
    (A) Plinth area
    (B) Annual repair
    (C) Cubical content
    (D) Preliminary 

5. What is the measuring unit for cornice?
    (A) m
    (B) sq.m
    (C) cu.m
    (D) mm 

6. What is the measuring unit for cornice?
    (A) m
    (B) sq.m
    (C) cu.m
    (D) mm

7. What is the unit for excavation in M.K.S system?
    (A) m
    (B) sq.m2
    (C) cu.m
    (D) No

8. What is the minimum length for bill quantity calculation?
    (A) 0.5 mm
    (B) 1 mm
    (C) 1 cm
    (D) 10 cm 

9. Which brick structure is measured in sq.m?
    (A) Reinforced brick work
    (B) Broken glass coping
    (C) Concrete fencing posts
    (D) Brick work in arches 

10. What is the unit for ridges, valleys, gutters in M.K.S system?
    (A) Metre
    (B) sq.m
    (C) cu.m
    (D) Nos.

11. What is the unit for steel reinforcement bars etc in RCC, RB work in MKS system?
    (A) m
    (B) Nos.
    (C) Quintal
    (D) sq.m

12. What (%) percentage is added as contingencies in approximate estimate?
    (A) 1% to 5%
    (B) 5% to 10%
    (C) 10% to 12%
    (D) 10% to 15%

13. Which estimate is required for administrative sanction?
    (A) Approximate
    (B) Detailed
    (C) Revised
    (D) Supplementary

14. What is the unit for ridges, valleys, gutters in M.K.S system?
    (A) metre
    (B) sq.m
    (C) cu.m
    (D) Nos. 

15. What is the scale range used for the preparation of layout plan?
    (A) 1 cm = 5 m to 1 cm = 10 m
    (B) 1 cm = 10 m to 1 cm = 20 m
    (C) 1 cm = 0.5km to 1 cm = 1 km
    (D) 1 cm = 5 km to 1 cm = 10 km 

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