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Building Construction Mock test – 4 || Civil Engineering Mock tests




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1. While designing a stair, the product of rise and going is approximately kept equal to
2. Bearing capacity of soils cannot be improved by
3. The process of making the back ground rough, before plastering, is
4. The concrete slump recommended for beams and slabs; is
5. The strength of brick masonry in 1:6 cement mortar, is
6. The loose pockets in soil mass can be bridged safely by providing a raft foundation provided the soft area is smaller than
7. Pick up the incorrect statement from the following:
8. The maximum permissible differential settlement, in case of foundations in clayey soil, is usually  limited to
9. To construct a 10 cm thick partition wall, you will prefer
10. The bearing capacity of a water logged soil, may be improved by
11. The additional piles which are driven to increase the capacity of supporting loads on vertical piles, are known
12. Pick up the incorrect statement from the following:
13. Nogging of a common wooden partition is
14. The least bearing capacity of soil is that of
15. Pick up the incorrect statement from the following:
16. A cut in frame of a door to receive the shutter, is called
17. For brick construction, the lime-sand mortar, is
18. Ornamental moulded course placed on the top of a wall, is
19. The pile which is provided with a bulb filled with concrete at its lower end, is known as
20. The range of spread from the wall base to outer edge of a brick work foundation does not exceed
21. Queen closer may be placed
22. The form work from the sides of beams can be removed only after
23. The 9 cm × 9 cm side of a brick as seen in the wall face, is generally known a
24. The foundation in which a cantilever beam is provided to join two footings, is known as
25. Stud(s) of a common wooden partition