Question No 1: Pick up the correct statement from the following:
A: The Theodolite in which telescope can be rotated in vertical plane is called a transmit.
B: When the vertical circle is to the left of the telescope during observation, it is called to be in left face
C: When the vertical circle is to the right of the telescope during observation, it is called to be in right face
D: All of the above
Question No 2: Pick up the method of surveying in which field observations and plotting proceed simultaneously from the following…
A: Chain surveying
B: Compass surveying
C: Plan table surveying
D: Techeometric surveying
Question No 3: While viewing through a level telescope and moving the eye slightly, a relative movement occurs between the image of the leveling staff and the cross hairs. The instrument is….
A: Correctly focused
B: Not correctly focused
C: Said to have parallax
D: Said to have parallax
E: Free from parallax
Question No 4: Accuracy of ‘fix’ by two point problem, is….
C: Not reliable
Question No 5: A bearing of a line is also known as…..
A: Magnetic bearing
B: True bearing
D: Reduced bearing
Question No 6: Pick up the correct statement from the following…
A: The apparent error on reversal is twice the actual error.
B: The correction may be made equal to half the observed discrepancy.
C: The good results may be obtained from a defective instrument by reversing and taking the mean of two erroneous results.
D: All of the above.
Question No 7: True meridians are generally preferred to magnetic meridians because….
A: These converge to a point
B: These change due to change in time
C: These remain constant
D: None of these
Question No 8: The most reliable method of plotting a theodolite traverse, is…
A: By consecutive co-ordinates of each station
B: By independent co-ordinates of each station
C: By plotting included angles and scalling off each traverse leg
D: By the tangent method of plotting
Question No 9: The difference of level between a point below the plane of sight and one above, is the sum of two staff readings and an error would be produced equal to…
A: The distance between the zero of gradient and the foot of the staff
B: Twice the distance between the zero of graduation and the foot of the staff
C: Thrice the distance between the zero of graduation and the foot of the staff
D: None of the above
Question No 10: Offsets are measured with an accuracy of 1 in 40. If the point on the paper from both sources of error is not to exceed 0.05 cm on a scale of 1 cm = 20 m, the maximum length of offset should be limited to….
A: 14.14 m
B: 28.28 m
C: 200 m
D: None of these
Question No 11: The slope correction for a length of 30 m along a gradient of 1 in 20, is…..
A: 3.75 cm
B: 0.375 cm
C: 37.5 cm
D: 2.75 cm
Question No 12: The main principle of surveying is to work…
A: From part to the whole
B: From whole to the part
C: From higher level to the lower level
D: From lower level to higher level
Question No 13: For the construction of highway….
A: Longitudinal sections are required
B: Cross sections are required
C: Both longitudinal and cross sections are required
D: None of these
Question No 14: If the radius of a simple curve is R, the length of the chord for calculating offsets by the method of chords produced, should not exceed.
Question No 15: Pick up the correct statement from the following…
A: Box sextant is used for the measurement of horizontal angles
B: Cross staff is used for setting out right angles
C: Gradiometer is used for setting out any required gradient
D: Line ranger is used for locating intermediate stations on a survey line
E: All of the above