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1 points#### Pick up the correct statement from the following :

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1 points#### The reduced bearing of a line is N 87° W. Its whole circle bearing is

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1 points#### Surveys which are carried out to depict mountains, rivers, water bodies, wooded areas and other cultural details, are known as

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1 points#### Which of the following introduces an error of about 1 in 1000 if 20 m chain is used

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1 points#### The total change in level along the line is equal to total back sights

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1 points#### ABCD is a rectangular plot of land. If the bearing of the side AB is 75°, the bearing of DC is

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1 points#### Total latitude of a point is positive if it lies

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1 points#### In levelling operation,

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1 points#### The apparent error on reversal is

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1 points#### Magnetic declination at any place

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1 points#### Systematic errors are those errors

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1 points#### An angle of deflection right, may be directly obtained by setting the instrument to read

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1 points#### The method of finding out the difference in elevation between two points for eliminating the effect of curvature and refraction, is

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1 points#### Transition curves are introduced at either end of a circular curve, to obtain

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1 points#### The horizontal angle between true meridian and magnetic meridian, is known

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1 points#### Magnetic bearing of a survey line at any place

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1 points#### Perpendicularity of an offset may be judged by eye, if the length of the offset is

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1 points#### The bearings of two traverse legs AB and BC are N52° 45′ E and N34° 30′ E respectively. The deflection angle is

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1 points#### A lemniscate curve will not be transitional throughout, if its deflection angle, is

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1 points#### In a lemniscate curve the ratio of the angle between the tangent at the end of the polar ray and the straight, and the angle between the polar ray and the straight, is

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1 points#### Tilt of the staff in stadia tacheometry increases the intercept if it is

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1 points#### To orient a plane table at a point with two inaccessible points, the method generally adopted, is

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1 points#### Number of links per metre length of a chain are

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1 points#### The method generally preferred to for contouring an undulating area, is

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1 points#### If the declination of the needle is 10° W

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1 points#### A level when set up 25 m from peg A and 50 m from peg B reads 2.847 on a staff held on A and 3.462 on a staff held on B, keeping bubble at its centre while reading. If the reduced levels of A and B are 283.665 m and 284.295 m respectively, the collimation error per 100 m is

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1 points#### For taking offsets with an optical square on the right hand side of the chain line, it is held

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1 points#### If the whole circle bearing of a line is 270°, its reduced bearing is

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1 points#### A lens or combination of lenses in which the following defect is completely eliminated is called aplanatic

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1 points#### While setting a plane table at a station it was found that the error in centering was 30 cm away from the ray of length 40 m drawn from the station. If the scale of the plan is 1 cm = 2 cm, the displacement of the end of the ray in plan from the true position will be

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1 points#### Straight, parallel and widely spaced contours represent

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1 points#### The theodolites used for making tacheometric observations by optical wedge system, are

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1 points#### Resolving power of a telescope depends on

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1 points#### Pick up the correct statement from the following :

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1 points#### Staff readings on pegs x and y from X station are 1.755 m and 2.850 m, and from station Y on staff head at Y and X are 0.655 m and 1.560 m. If reduced level of X is 105.5 m, the reduced level of Y is

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1 points#### The constant vertical distance between two adjacent contours, is called

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1 points#### The reduced level of a floor is 99.995 m, the staff reading on the floor is 1.505 m. If the inverted staff reading against the roof is 1.795 m, the floor level below the slab, is

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1 points#### Under ordinary conditions, the precision of a theodolite traverse is affected by

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1 points#### In a liquid limit test, the moisture content at 10 blows was 70% and that at 100 blows was 20%. The liquid limit of the soil, is

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1 points#### The minimum water content at which the soil just begins to crumble when rolled into threads 3 mm in diameter, is known

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1 points#### Which one of the following statements is true ?

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1 points#### The internal molecular attraction of a soil, the cohesion

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1 points#### When drainage is permitted under initially applied normal stress only and full primarily consolidation is allowed to take place, the test is known as

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1 points#### Minimum size of the particles of silt soil, is

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1 points#### The maximum value of effective stress in the past divided by the present value, is defined as over consolidation ratio (OCR). The O.C.R. of an over consolidated clay is

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1 points#### Under-reamed piles are generally

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1 points#### Pick up the clay soil group which does not swell when wet from the following :

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1 points#### The ratio of the volume of voids to the volume of soil solids in a given soil mass, is known

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1 points#### According to Coulomb’s wedge theory, the active earth pressure slides the wedge

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1 points#### Degree of saturation of a natural soil deposit having water content 15%, specific gravity 2.50 and void ratio 0.5, is

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1 points#### The coefficient of compressibility of soil, is the ratio of

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1 points#### If the failure of a finite slope occurs through the toe, it is known as

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1 points#### The water content of soil is defined as the ratio of

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1 points#### Accurate determination of water content, is made by

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1 points#### Stoke’s law sates that the velocity at which a grain settles out of suspension, the other factors remaining constant, is dependent upon

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1 points#### The liquid limit and plastic limit exist in

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1 points#### The ratio of the weight of given volume of soil solids to the weight of an equal volume of distilled water at the given temperature, is known

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1 points#### The seepage force in a soil, is

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1 points#### The liquidity index is defined as a ratio expressed as percentage of

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1 points#### Failure of the stability of slopes, generally occurs along

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1 points#### Pick up the correct statement from the following:

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1 points#### The weight of a pycnometer containing 400 g sand and water full to the top is 2150 g. The weight of pycnometer full of clean water is 1950 g. If specific gravity of the soil is 2.5, the water content is

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1 points#### The maximum shear stress occurs on the filament which makes an angle with the horizontal plane equal to

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1 points#### For determining the moisture content of a soil sample, the following data is available Weight of container = 260 g, Weight of soil sample and = 320 g container, Weight of soil sample (dried) and = 310 g container. The moisture content of the soil sample, is

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1 points#### Buoyant unit weight equals the saturated density

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1 points#### Pick up the correct statement from the following:

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1 points#### A partially saturated soil is classified as

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1 points#### Pick up the in-correct statement from the following: The soils which contain montmorillonite minerals

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1 points#### For determing the specific gravity of soil solids, using a pycnometer of 500 cc., the following data is available : Weight of dry empty pycnometer = 125 g Weight of dried soil and pycnometer = 500 g Weight of dried soil and distilled = 850 g water filled in pycnometer up to top The specific gravity of soil soilds, is

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1 points#### A pile is being driven with a drop hammer weighing 1800 kg and having a free fall of 1.00 m. If the penetration with last blow is 5 mm, the load carrying capacity of the pile, -according to the Engineering News formula, is

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1 points#### Pick up the correct statement from the following :

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1 points#### The ratio of settlement at any time ‘t’ to the final settlement, is known as

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1 points#### The Westergaard analysis is used for

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1 points#### 260 g of wet soil was taken in a pycnometer jar of weight 400 g in order to find the moisture content in the soil, with specific gravity of soil particles 2.75. The weight of soil and remaining water filled in pycnometer without air bubbles was 1415 g and the weight of pycnometer filled with water alone was 1275 g. The moisture content in the soil is

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1 points#### Water content of a soil sample is the difference of the weight of the given sample at the given temperature and the weight determined after drying it for 24 hours at temperature ranging from

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1 points#### The ratio of the volume of voids to the total volume of the given soil mass, is known

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1 points#### The compression index of a soil

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