# 4th Year Internal Ce-b ( Set-a)

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• 1.
The unit of measurement for Rock Excavation is
• A.

Cu m

• B.

Sq m

• C.

Running m

• D.

Nos.

• 2.
Which of the following is not a type of Estimate?
• A.

Plinth Area Estimate

• B.

Revised Estimate

• C.

Market rate Estimate

• D.

Supplementary Estimate

• 3.
Which of these Labour  is not required for Refilling excavated earth in foundation ?
• A.

• B.

Mazdoor

• C.

Mason

• D.

Bhisti

• 4.
Quantity of sand required to prepare 4.67 cu.m M 20 Concrete ?
• A.

2.13 cu.m

• B.

1.96 cu.m

• C.

1.56 cu.m

• D.

2.01 cu.m

• 5.
Quantity of dry mortar required for 11.67 cu.m Brickwork is
• A.

3.73 cu.m

• B.

3.43 cu.m

• C.

3.53 cu.m

• D.

3.63 cu.m

• 6.
10 % (of Material cost)  is added as Contractor's profit in rate analysis
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 7.
Calculate the quantity of earthwork for 200 m length for a portion of road in an uniform ground , the heights of bank at two ends being 1.00 m and 1.60 m .The formation width is 10 m and side slopes is 2:1 . Assume that there is no transverse slope.                                       (Use Mid Sectional Area Method)
• A.

3267 cu.m

• B.

3672 cu.m

• C.

3726 cu.m

• D.

3276 cu.m

• 8.
One hook length in a reinforced bar is
• A.

9 D

• B.

4.5 D

• C.

4 D

• D.

5 D

• 9.
An old building has been constructed by a person at  a cost of Rs. 10,00,000 /- excluding the cost of land . Calculate the amount of annual sinking fund at 4% interest assuming the future life of the building as 20 Years and the scrap value of the building is 10 % of the cost of construction.
• A.

32,023.58 Rs/-

• B.

30,323.58 Rs/-

• C.

30,223.58 Rs/-

• D.

32,230.58 Rs/-

• 10.
A Property fetches a net annual income of Rs. 1,97,000 /- deducting all the outgoings. workout the capitalized value of the property if the annual rate of interest is 5.68 %
• A.

34,68,309.86 Rs/-

• B.

36,84,903.68 R/-

• C.

38,64,093.86 Rs/-

• D.

39,86,390.86 Rs/-

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