# Estimating and Costing

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1   The determination of actual cost of the work before execution of project is
(A)   Costing
(B)   Estimating
(C)   Rate Analysis
(D)   None of above

2   For preliminary discussion of any project
(A)   Approximate estimate
(B)   Detailed estimate
(C)   Revised estimate
(D)   Supplementary estimate

3   While preparing a detailed estimate
(A)   Dimensions should be measured correct to 0.01m.
(B)   Area should be measured correct to 0.01m^Option
(C)   Volume should be measured correct to 0.01m^Option
(D)   All the above

4   The method adopted to have a proper and effective control over the expenses and production cost in an organization is called as
(B)   Technical Sanction
(C)   Costing
(D)   Budget Provision

5   The size of the room is 6m X 3m. The quantity of flooring is
(A)   18 sq.m
(B)   18 cu.m
(C)   18 RMT
(D)   18 m

6   In long and short wall method of estimation, the length of long wall is the center-to-center distance between the walls and
(A)   half breadth of wall on each side
(C)   one fourth breadth of wall on each side
(D)   None of the above

7   The modes of measurement of barbed wire fencing is
(A)   RMT
(B)   Cu.m
(C)   Sq.m
(D)   Nos.

8   Which estimate is used when there is change in design and actual cost of construction and also found some additional work?
(A)   Revised Estimate
(B)   Revised and Supplementary Estimate
(C)   Supplementary Estimate
(D)   Renovation Estimate

9   Minimum cover provided for RCC Beam is
(A)   15mm
(B)   20mm
(C)   25mm
(D)   40mm

10   The mode of measurement of Ornamental Cornice is
(A)   RMT
(B)   sq.m
(C)   cu.m
(D)   Nos.

11   The service unit of prison is
(A)   cell
(B)   student
(C)   classroom
(D)   seat

12   The size of the room is 5m X 4m. The quantity of internal plaster is
(A)   18cu.m
(B)   30sq.m
(C)   18sq.m
(D)   18RMT

13   The expenses which cannot be seen while preparing estimate but occurs during the execution of work are
(A)   Contingencies
(B)   Work Charged Establishment
(C)   Centage Charges
(D)   Day Work

14   Steps in preparation of detailed estimate are
(A)   Finding out quantities
(B)   Calculation of areas/volume
(C)   Abstracting
(D)   All the above

15   Data required for detailed estimate are
(A)   Drawing
(B)   Rates
(C)   Specification
(D)   All the above

16   Length of one side bent up bar is
(A)   L = (Total length – cover) + 18 x diameter of bar
(B)   L = (Total length – cover) + 18 x diameter of bar + 0.42 x depth of bar
(C)   L = (Total length – cover) + 12 x diameter of bar
(D)   None of the above

17   Steel quantity is expressed in terms of tabular form it is called as
(A)   Estimating
(B)   Bar Bending Schedule
(C)   Costing
(D)   Rate Analysis

18   The size of the room is 4m X 5m. The quantity of ceiling plaster is
(A)   20cu.m
(B)   20sq.m
(C)   20RMT
(D)   20m

19   The methods for taking out quantities are
(A)   Center line method
(B)   Long wall and Short wall method
(C)   PWD method
(D)   All the above

20   According to ISI method of measurement, the order of the sequence is
(D)   None of these

21   In which method of approximate estimate, structure is divided into two parts i.e., substructure and superstructure?
(A)   Typical Bay Method
(B)   Center Line Method
(C)   Service Unit Method
(D)   Approximate Quantity Method

22   The size of room is 6mx5m Calculate the quantity of skirting below 30cm.
(A)   22sq.m
(B)   22cu.m
(C)   22RMT
(D)   22m

23   The plinth area of building is equal to 150 sq.m. The approximate cost of that building is Rs. 1,50,000/-. Find plinth area rate of the building by plinth area method.
(A)   Rs.2000/sq.m
(B)   Rs.1500/sq.m
(C)   Rs.1000/sq.m
(D)   Rs.3000/sq.m

24   24. Prepare approximate estimate for school building. 1) No of classroom = 12 2) Rate per classroom = Rs. 12,000
(A)   Rs.2,40,000/-
(B)   Rs.1,20,000/-
(C)   Rs.1,44,000/-
(D)   Rs.3,60,000/-

25   Centage Charges considered as
(A)   10 – 15 %
(B)   2 -5 %
(C)   1 – 2 %
(D)   None of the above

26   The cost of articles or materials at the shop is called as
(A)   Provisional Sum
(B)   Prime Cost
(C)   Day work
(D)   None of the above

27   Purposes of detailed estimate
(A)   To sanction the amount of money required for work.
(B)   For inviting tenders.
(C)   To have a rough idea of the materials required for the work.
(D)   All of the above.

28   The length of item by center line method is
(A)   L = Total c/c length – 1/2 x Number of junction x width of item
(B)   L = Total c/c length – Number of junction x width of item
(C)   L = Total c/c length – 2 x Number of junction x width of item
(D)   None of the above.