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Whole Testpaper - 12 March 2006 by MECON

Details of Whole Testpaper - 12 March 2006 by MECON conducted by MECON for job interview.
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Sample Test Paper of Mcon Ltd.  conducted in March 2006.

The written test will be of 2hrs duration consisting of only objective questions 40% of which will be of Aptitute and General English type questions and the rest 60% will be from the concerned subject SAMPLE QUESTIONS 

 

The sample questions presented here will only familiarize you with the type of questions that will be used in the test. The examination, however, may not be confined to only these types of questions.

APTITUDE:

 

Directions for questions 1 & 2:

In each of the following sentences, a word is printed in capital letter. Your task is to find out a word from among the four alternatives marked as A,B,C,D given below which has similar meaning to the word printed in capital letters

 

1. That person was present as the organizations special EMISSARY in the meeting.

 

A) Quest    B) Attraction   C) Messenger    D) Performer

 

2. President ENTREATED the guest to stay out till the discussion continued.

 

A) Pleaded   B) Advised   C) Charged    D) Insisted

 

Directions for questions 3:

In the following sentence words are not presented in proper order. Arrange the words properly so that the resulting sentence makes sense. Indicate the index of the word(i.e. A, B,C,D)that you have chosen to put LAST in the sentence.

 

3. the  rain      despite     came       they

            A         B          C          D

Directions for questions 4:

In the given sentence a blank(____) space is there. Find out from the given alternatives the correct one which may fill in the sentence appropriately.

 

4. There were grave doubts whether the meeting will bring _____ anything substantial.

 

A) up    B) about    C)  with   D) into

 

Directions for questions 5 to 8:

Read the following questions carefully and choose the correct answer from the four suggested answers marked as A,B,C,D

 

5. The value of

                         0.4 x 0.6 + 0.2 x 0.8 + 4 x 0.12           is

                                  0.4 +0.8

 

 A) 0.73         B) 0.2    C) 1.0         D) 1.73

 

6. What number should come in the blank space ( ____ ) ?

     35    40    46    53    ____

 

A) 61           B) 60    C) 58         D) none

 

7. Who was the first in India to obtain MRCP and FRCS in one calendar year ?

 

A) N. G. Ranga                B) Manabendra Nath Roy        C) Bidhan Chandra Roy      D) G. M. Reddy

 

8. Charlie Chaplin won Lenin Peace prize in the year ____

 

A)  1954                 B) 1970                 C) 1957           D) None of the above

 

Directions for questions 9 & 10:

In the following questions a pair of words if given by followed by four additional pair of words. Select the pair of words that has the same relationship that is existing between the first two words.

 

9.   HEREDITY : TRAINING

 

A) CULTIVATED : ACQUIRED     B) INSTINCT : HABIT    C) NATURAL : HOBBY   D) EXCUSE : DENIAL

 

10. BUD : STOMACH

A) FOOD : STOMACH     B) BABY : ADULT    C) FRUIT : TREE   D) SUN : SKY

 

MECHANICAL:

 

1. Herring bone gears are used when it is required that a/an

 

A) axial thrust is transmitted                                           B) radial thrust is transmitted

C) torque is transmitted.                                     D) None of the above

 

2. During the dwell period of a cam the

 

A) cam does not rotate                                      B) displacement of the follower is zero

C) velocity of the follower is maximum               D) acceleration of the follower is           

E) cam becomes immobile                                              maximum

 

CIVIL:

 

1. A simply supported reinforced concrete T-Beam Bridge is adopted for spans up to

 

A) 5 m              B) 15 m                        C) 50 m                        D) 25 m

 

2. A structure is said to be elastic if the

 

A)    Stress is proportional to strain    

B)     Strain disappears when the loads are removed

C)     Strain is very large

D)    None of the above

 

ELECTRICAL:

 

1. If the air gap length of an induction motor is increased, its

 

A) power factor decreases        B) speed decreases       C) noise decreases

D) magnetising current decreases                                   E) nothing happens

 

2. A 100 MVA transformer may be cooled with

 

A) air                           B) oil forced air blast                 C) oil forced circulation 

D) oil natural circulation             E) None of the above

 

 

INSTRUMENTATION:

 

1. The negative resistance characteristic is exhibited by

 

A) Diode          B) Triode                      C) Tetrode                    D) Pentode       E) Thyratron    

 

2. The element used for reducing secondary emission in pentodes is

 

A) Control grid B) Anode          C) Cathode       D) Suppressor     E) Screen grid            

 

CHEMICAL:

 

1. Pyridine bases are used for the manufacture of

 

A) Drugs          B) Explosives                C) Fertilizers            D) Paints          E) Insecticides

 

2. Calcium Carbide is prepared from quick lime and Carbon at

 

A) 10000C        B) 5000C          C) 15000C                     D) 20000C          E) 30000C

 

 

METALLURGY:

 

1. The magnaflux  process can be used to detect cracks in

 

A) Brasses           B) Aluminium Alloy   C) Common Steel             D) Austenitic Steel                       E) None of the above

 

2. The complete malleabilizing process (heating, holding and cooling) will last approximately

 

A) One hour                 B) Ten hours       C) Fifty hours         D) Hundred and Fifty Hours

E) Thousand Hours

 

CERAMICS:

 

1. The most widely accepted material used for fettling open-hearth furnaces is

 

A) Zirconium oxide                    B) Magnesite                C) Chrome ore

D) Iron ore                               E) Lime

 

2. The most conducive temperature for testing fireclay refractories for carbon monoxide 

    disintegration is

 

A) 30˚ to 45˚ F               B) 145˚ to 300˚ C                 C) 600˚ to 690˚ F           

D) 925˚ to 940˚ F           E) None of these

 

MINING:

 

1. Which type of Crushers are being used in Iron ore Mines?

 

A) Jaw Crushers           B) Cone Crushers           C) Hammer Crushers  D) None of these

 

2. In ferrous metallurgy the quality of limestone is mainly based on its

 

A) CaO content            B) MgO content            C) Free lime availability D) Silica content

 

 

ARCHITECTURE:

 

1. A Ton of Refrigeration is equivalent to

 

A) 16000Btu/hr B) 212 Btu/hr                C) 10000 Btu/hr                        D) 12000 Btu/hr

 

2. Ten Books on Architecture was written by

 

A) Aristotle                   B) Vitruvius                  C) Charles Lamb                       D) Le Corbusier

 

GEOLOGY:

 

1. A friable limestone deposited in lakes from CaCO3 supplied by streams or springs

    draining into it is known as

 

A) Chalk                       B) Marl                        C) Tufa                                    D) Pure limestone

 

2. Identify the positive biaxial mineral crystal from the listed four

 

A) Epi diorite                B) Aragonite                 C) Muscovite                            D) Barite

 

HR:

 

1. Which one is not a component in manpower planning?

 

A) Manpower inventory        B) Manpower forecasting

C) Discipling manpower       D) Wastage analysis

 

2. Which one of the following is not considered an extrinsic reward?

A) Salary                                  B) Recognition

C) Working condition            D) Fringe benefits

 

PERSONNEL:

 

1. When there is more than one union a new union may be given recognition if

I.                    It is registered

II.                 It covers at least 15% of the workers in the establishment concerned

III.               It has functioned for at least one year after registration

 

A) I, II & III are true      B) I & II are true        C) II & III are true         D) I & III are true

 

2. The process of job evaluation does not involve

 

A) comparison of one job with others

B) a thorough examination of the job

C) merit of the individual performing the job

D) the arrangement of jobs in their correct sequence in terms of value to the firm

 

 

MARKETING:

 

1. The pricing policy in which an initial low price is charged in anticipation of getting more

    business at subsequent higher price is known as

 

A) Offset pricing                        B) Loss leader pricing

C) Diversionary pricing  D) Guaranteed pricing

 

2. Diversification marketing

 

A) Is an attempt to expand the organizations control of a market in which it already has a

     product or a service.

B) Introduces an existing product or service to new customers.

C) Involves both a new product and new customers.

 

 

FINANCE:

 

1. Budgeted sales 1200 units @ Rs. 15/- per unit, Actual Sales 800 units @ Rs. 18/- per

    unit. Sales quantity variance will be

 

A) Rs. 6000/- (Adverse)            B) Rs. 7200/- (Favourable)        C) Rs. 2400/- (Favourable)

 

2. For computing Labour Efficiency Variance the formula is Standard Rate X (Standard

    Hours Actual Hours). Here the Actual Hours mean

 

A) Hours actually worked          B) Hours actually paid for          C) Idle Hours