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Payables Management Interview Questions And Answers
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1 The Final technical authority of a project lies with: A. Assistant Engineer B. Executive Engineer C. Superintending Engineer D. Chief Engineer
2 Performance of a specific task in CPM, is known: A. Dummy B. Event C. Activity D. Contract
3 Construction team means: A. an engineer B. an architect C. an owner D. a contractor E. all the abov
4 CPM is a: A. synthesizing in concepts B. is built of activities oriented program C. is based on time estimate D. is used for repetitive works E. all the above
5 Construction schedule is prepared after collecting: A. number of operations B. output of labor C. output of machinery D. quantity of various items E. all the above
6 Dummy activity: A. is artificially introduced B. is represented by a dotted line C. does not consume time D. all the above
7 The Military organisation is known as: A. line organisation B. line and staff organisation C. functional organisation D. none of these
8 Completion of activity on CPM network diagram, is generally known: A. Event B. Node C. Connector D. All the above.
9 Milestone chart: A. shows the inter-dependencies of various jobs B. depicts the delay of jobs, if any C. points outgoing ahead of schedule of jobs, if any D. none of these.
10 Pick up correct statement from the following: A. The float may be positive, zero or negative B. If the float is positive and the activity is delayed by a period equal to its total float, the completion of project is not delayed C. If the float of an activity is negative, delay in its performance is bound to delay the completion of project D. If the float of an activity is zero, the activity is critical and any delay in its performance will delay the whole project E. All the above.
11 The Time and progress chart of a construction, is also known as: A. Bar chart B. Gantt chart C. Modified Mile stone chart D. Critical path method chart E. All the above
12 Pick up incorrect statement from the following: A. The activity is the time consuming part of a project B. The beginning and end of a job, are called events C. The activity which consumes maximum time, is called a node D. Logically and sequentially connected activities and events form a network E. None of these
13 Most popular type of organisation used for Civil Engineering Constructions, is: A. line organisation B. line and staff organisation C. functional organisation D. effective organisation
14 Various activities of project, are shown on bar charts by: A. vertical lines B. horizontal lines C. dots D. crosses.
15 Object of technical planning, is: A. preparation of specifications B. preparation of estimates C. initiating the procurement action of resources D. taking remedial action for likely bottleneck in the execution E. all the above
16 Difference between the time avail-to do a job and the time required to do the job, is known as: A. event B. float C. duration D. constraint
17 Salient feature of functional organisation is: A. strict adherence to specifications B. separation of planning and design part C. each individual maintains functional efficiency D. work is properly planned and distributed E. all the above
18 The site order book is used for recording: A. instructions by the executive engineers B. construction measurements C. issue of store equipment's D. names of the casual labour
19 Main principle of an organisation, is: A. unity of command B. cohegency C. effective control at all levels D. delegation of authority E. all the above
20 Critical path lies along activities having total float: A. positive B. negative C. zero D. same
21 The Critical Path Net Work helps an engineer: A. to concentrate his attention on critical activities B. to divert the resources from non-critical advanced activities to critical activities C. to be cautious for avoiding any delay in the critical activities to avoid delay of the whole project D. all the above
22 The Critical path method: A. is an improvement upon bar chart method B. provides a realistic approach to daily problems C. avoids delays which are very common in bar charts D. was invented by Morgan R. Walker of Dupot and James E. Kalley or Remington U.S.A. in 1957 E. All the above
23 Executive Engineer may have powers upto: A. Rs. 25,000 B. Rs. 50,000 C. Rs. 100,000 D. Rs. 200,000 E. Rs. 500,000
24 Time by which activity completion time can be delayed without affecting the start of succeeding activities, is known as: A. duration B. total flat C. free float D. interfering float
25 First method invented for planning projects, was: A. Bar chart method B. Milestone chart C. Critical path method (CPM) D. Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT)
26 Overall in-charge of an organisation at the site responsible for the execution of the works, is: A. Executive Engineer B. Engineer C. Junior Engineer D. Sub overseer E. Assistant Engineer
27 Artificial activity which indicates that an activity following it, cannot be started unless the preceding activity is complete, is known as: A. event B. free float C. dummy D. constant
28 Time which results in the leasi, possible construction cost of an activity, is known: A. normal time B. slow time C. crash time D. standard time
29 CPM family includes: A. CPA (Critical Path Analysis) B. CPP (Critical Path Plotted) C. MCE (Minimum Cost Expenditure) D. CPS (Critical Path Scheduling) E. All the above
30 The Modular co-ordination of construction means proper: A. planning B. designing C. execution D. all the above
31 Pick up correct statement from the following: A. CPM analysis is activity oriented B. PERT analysis is event oriented C. CPM does not make any allowance for the uncertainties in the duration of time D. In CPM, the time is related to cost E. All the above
32 Which one of following represents an activity: A. excavation for foundation B. curing of concrete C. setting of question paper D. preparation of breakfast E. all the above
33 If total float and duration of an activity are 5 and 10 days respectively, the particular activity can be: A. started 5 days later B. completed 5 days later C. performed at slower rate in 15 days D. all the above
34 Estimated time required to perform an activity, is known as: A. event B. dummy C. duration D. float
35 Works costing less than Rs. 20,000 and are treated as: A. projects B. major projects C. minor projects D. all the above
36 Bar charts are suitables for: A. minor works B. major works C. large projects D. all the Above
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