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Building Construction Civil 3rd Sem Diploma May 2018 Paper

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Building Construction Civil 3rd Sem Diploma May 2018 Question Paper

                                SECTION-A

Q1. Fill in the Blanks                                                 10×1.5=15

i. Non load bearing walls are __________ in cross section.
ii. Grillage foundation is classified as a ___________ foundation.
iii. The floor below the ground level of a building is called _____________
iv. The vertical outside member of the shutter is called __________
v. Under surface of an arch is called ____________
vi. Platform between two flights of a stair is named as ____________
vii. The roof which slopes in four direction is called _______________
viii. The highest point of an arch is called ______________
ix. _________ is provided for light and ventilation.
x. The minimum height of the plinth should be _______________
b) State True or False.
xi. Roof slab is a non structural component.
xii. Expansion gaps are not required in brick masonry.
xiii. Bricks should be laid with their frogs upward.
xiv. An English bond is less strong than Flemish bond.
xv. The opening provided on the top of door is called ventilator.

                                SECTION-B

Q2. Attempt any five questions.                                   5×6=30

a. Write the requirements of a good building.
b. What are the advantages of partition walls?
c. Explain briefly the causes of dampness in building.
d. Explain the difference between the rubble masonry and ashlars masonry.
e. What are the objects of ventilation in a building?
f. What are the causes of failure of foundation?

                           SECTION-C

Q3. Attempt any three questions.                               3×10=30

i. What is pointing? What are its different types of pointing? Explain its all types?
ii. Describe briefly the procedure of distempering an old but whitewash wall.
iii. What is orientation of building? What are the factors affecting it?
iv. What do you understand by scaffolding and why it is provided and explain its types?

Building Construct ion Civil 3rd Sem Diploma May 2018 Question Paper

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Section a Building Construction Civil 3rd Sem Diploma May 2018 Question Paper

Non load bearing walls are __________ in cross section.

Non load bearing walls are __________ in cross section.

Grillage foundation is classified as a ___________ foundation.

Grillage foundation is classified as a ___________ foundation.

The floor below the ground level of a building is called _____________

The floor below the ground level of a building is called _____________

The vertical outside member of the shutter is called __________

The vertical outside member of the shutter is called __________

Under surface of an arch is called ____________

Under surface of an arch is called ____________

Platform between two flights of a stair is named as ____________

Platform between two flights of a stair is named as ____________

The roof which slopes in four direction is called _______________

The roof which slopes in four direction is called _______________

The highest point of an arch is called ______________

The highest point of an arch is called ______________

 _________ is provided for light and ventilation.

 _________ is provided for light and ventilation.

The minimum height of the plinth should be _______________

The minimum height of the plinth should be _______________

Roof slab is a non structural component.T/F



Expansion gaps are not required in brick masonry.T/F



Bricks should be laid with their frogs upward.T/F An English bond is less strong than Flemish bond.T/F The opening provided on the top of door is called ventilator.T/F
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Section B :Building Construction Civil 3rd Sem Diploma May 2018 Question Paper

Write the requirements of a good building.

Requirements of a good building.

What are the advantages of partition walls?

Advantages of partition walls.

Explain briefly the causes of dampness in building.

Causes of dampness in building.

Explain the difference between the rubble masonry and ashlars masonry.

Difference between the rubble masonry and ashlars masonry.

What are the objects of ventilation in a building?

Objects of ventilation in a building.

What are the causes of failure of foundation?

Causes of failure of foundation.

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Section c :-Building Construction Civil 3rd Sem Diploma May 2018 Question Paper

What is pointing? What are its different types of pointing? Explain its all types?

Pointing and its different types of pointing.

Describe briefly the procedure of distempering an old but whitewash wall.

Procedure of distempering an old but whitewash wall.

What is orientation of building? What are the factors affecting it?

Orientation of building. and factors affecting it.

What do you understand by scaffolding and why it is provided and explain its types?

Scaffolding and its Type and why it is provided 

What are various types of floor finishes? Explain any one.

Various types of floor finishes.

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