CIL MT Mechanical Previous Exam Questions Part-2

CIL MT Mechanical Previous Exam Question Part-2

Coal India Ltd. Previous Exam Questions

This Test is based on Previous CIL MT Exam Paper. Helpful for upcoming exams. See First Part of CIL MT Paper.


Useful for CIL MT (Mechanical) and other PSUs Exams.

1. Ionic, metallic and most intermolecular bonds form structures that are different from those formed by covalent bonds in that
(a) The former are directional and form loosely packed structures
(b) The former tend to form densely packed, highly coordinated structures and the latter is less densely packed.
(c) The bond length of the latter is always smaller than the intermolecular radii of the former
(d) The former are the only structures that are not artificially manufactured.

2. Which of the following statement regarding PERT is incorrect?
a. It establishes the sequence and the relationship between significant program events
b. It is the statistical technique which makes decision
c. It points out slippages before the fact happens and its impact on others.
d. It helps to formulate new schedules when the existing schedule cannot be met. 

3. A dummy activity completes the logical concept and it has
a. No duration
b. Very short duration
c. Proportional duration
d. Long duration

4. GERT is a
a. Computerized PERT chart
b. technique which deals with the probability of a realization of the activity
c. technique which has become obsolete now
d. None of the above

5. In case the value of variance is more, then
a. certainty is more
b. the probability of certainty is more
c. uncertainty is more
d. none of the above

6. An undesirable side effect of the motional inductance of large conducting specimens is
a. Skin effect
b. Hysteresis
c. eddy currents
d. dielectric loss

7. Cobalt is
a. ferromagnetic
b. ferroelectric
c. dielectric
d. paramagnetic

8. Which glass is resistant to heat and chemicals?
a. soda lime glass
b. silica glass
c. borosilicate glass
d. ceramic glass 

9. The Newtonian liquid is one in which
a. the viscosity varies linearly with temperature
b. the shearing stress varies linearly with strain
c. the viscosity is a constant
d. the shearing stress varies linearly with the velocity gradient

10. Laminated springs are subjected to
(a) shear stress
(b) bending stress
(c) direct stress
(d) none of the above

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