Building Construction Technology Online MCQ Test – Paper-1

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  • Total number of questions: 20
  • Time allotted: 30 minutes
  • Passing Score: 30%
  • Certificate: No
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1. Higher load-carrying capacity of a strut depends on:

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2. Lacing in steel structures are provided:

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3. In one day, the height of stone masonry:

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4. Bar bending schedule is prepared in RCC structure for:

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5. Which type of foundation is likely to be adopted for a 3 floors high RCC framed residential building?

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6. The earliest period for removing formwork under normal atmospheric conditions should be:

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7. 'Curing' as used in concrete and cement plaster is a process that helps these gain:

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8. Which of the following is not a tool used in laying a brick wall?

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9. Which of the following is not an activity associated with damp proofing?

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10. In made-up ground having a low value of bearing power, heavy concentrated load is generally supported by:

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11. Damp proofing course is done:

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12. Different types of bonds used in brick masonry work due to:

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13. W/C ratio for M10 concrete should be:

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14. Practically which one is not concerned with w/c ratio in the construction industry:

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15. Low water concrete results in:

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16. The types of footing provided at the boundary line should be:

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17. The temporary structure to support the platform over which workmen can sit and work is known as scaffolding whose minimum height is kept above the floor level:

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18. The height of the parapet wall is generally kept:

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19. The roof covering preferred for a large span is:

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20. The roof used in factories is called:

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