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1. An Executive Engineer may have powers upto


A : Rs. 25,000

B : Rs. 50,000

C : Rs. 100,000

D : Rs. 200,000

2. CPM is


A : synthesising in concepts

B : is built of activities oriented programme

C : is based on time estimate

D : is used for repetitive works

3. Pick up the PERT event from the following:


A : Digging of foundation started

B : Digging of foundation completed

C : Laying of concrete started

D : Laying of concrete completed

4. The Overall in-charge of an organisation at the site responsible for the execution of the works, is


A : Executive Engineer

B : Engineer

C : Junior Engineer

D : Sub overseer

5. A construction schedule is prepared after collecting


A : number of operations

B : output of labour

C : output of machinery

D : quantity of various items

6. The salient feature of functional organisation is


A : strict adherence to specifications

B : separation of planning and design part

C : each individual maintains functional efficiency

D : work is properly planned and distributed

7. The artificial activity which indicates that an activity following it, cannot be started unless the preceding activity is complete, is known as


A : event

B : free float

C : dummy

D : constant

8. Which one of the following represents an activity


A : excavation for foundation

B : curing of concrete

C : setting of question paper

D : preparation of breakfast

9. The most popular type of organisation used for Civil Engineering Constructions, is


A : line organisation

B : line and staff organisation

C : functional organisation

D : effective organisation.

10. Bar charts are suitable for


A : minor works

B : major works

C : large projects

D : all the Above.

2. Mile Stone charts were invented in the year of


A : 1910

B : 1920

C : 1930

D : 1940

3. The estimated time required to perform an activity, is known as


A : event

B : dummy

C : duration

D : float.

4. Time and progress chart of a construction, is also known as


A : Bar chart

B : Gantt chart

C : Modified Mile stone chart

D : Critical path method chart

5. The first method invented for planning projects, was


A : Bar chart method

B : Milestone chart

C : Critical path method (CPM)

D : Programme Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT)

6. The difference between the time avail-to do a job and the time required to do the job, is known as


A : event

B : float

C : duration

D : constraint.

8. A critical ratio scheduling


A : establishes the relative priorities among various activities on a common basis

B : determines the status of each activity

C : adjusts automatically changes in activity progress

D : is a dynamic system

9. A Milestone chart


A : shows the interdependencies of various jobs

B : depicts the delay of jobs, if any

C : points outgoing ahead of schedule of jobs, if any

D : none of these.

1. If the total float and duration of an activity are 5 and 10 days respectively, the particular activity can be


A : started 5 days later

B : completed 5 days later

C : performed at slower rate in 15 days

D : all the above.

2. Frederick W. Taylor introduced a system of working known as


A : line organisation

B : line and staff organisation

C : functional organisation

D : effective organisation.

4. The technique for establishing and maintaining priorities among the various jobs of a project, is known


A : Event flow scheduling technique

B : Critical ratio scheduling

C : Slotting technique for scheduling

D : Short interval scheduling.

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