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Quantity Surveying & Valuation 6th Sem/Civil/May 2018 Diploma Paper

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Quantity Surveying & Valuation 6th Sem/Civil/May 2018 Diploma Question Paper

                                      SECTION-A

Q1. a) Fill in the Blanks.                                             15×1=15     

    i. The value of a property building after its working tenure without being dismantled is known as _____________
   ii. While analyzing the rates, contractor profit is added at the rate of ________%.
   iii. The attendance of the laborers is recorded daily in _____________
   iv. While mixing cement mortar by volume, the volume of a cement bag is taken as _______ cu.m.
    v. In the analysis of rate the number of bricks taken into account per cubic meter is ______________

b) State the unit of measurement for the following:-

    vi. Electric Fitting                                       xi. D.P.C
   vii. Cement Plaster                                     xii. Steel doors and Windows
  viii. Supply of Bitumen/tar                      xiii. Supply of water closet(size specified)
   ix. Supply of varnish, oil                         xiv. Rain Water pipe
    x. Supply of bricks                                    xv. Distempering

                                      SECTION-B

Q2. Attempt any SIX questions.                                                                    5×6=30   
  a. What are the various duties of quantity surveyor?
  b. What do you understand by estimate? Give the importance of estimate.
  c. What are the factors affecting the Analysis of rates.
  d. Find out the dry material required for 1cu.m cement concrete 1:4:8.
  e. Find out the dry material for 1cu.m brick masonry in cement sand mortar 1:4.
  f. Define valuation. Give the purpose of valuation.
  g. Calculate the value of year’s purchase whose life is 20 years and the rate of             interest is 6%.For sinking fund rate of interest is 5 %.
  h. Write a short note on scrap value, book value and outgoings.
   i. Define Contract? What are the essential elements of contracts?

                                     SECTION-C

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

   Q3. A RCC simply supported beam with following data Clear Span=3.5m
         Bearing on Wall=200mm Thickness of wall=300mm
         Size of the beam=300mmX500mm
         Main Reinforcement=5-20mm ɸ HYSD bars
        (Three Bars up at l/7 from the inner face of support) Stirrups=8mm ɸ 2                       legged @ 200mm c/c.
        Anchor Bars=2-12 ɸ mm
        Calculate the total quantity of mild steel reinforcement also prepare the bar             bending schedule.

  Q4. Prepare a preliminary estimate of a building having plinth area equal to                   2100 sq.m. Given that:-
         a. Plinth area rate – Rs. 1600/- per sq.
         b. Extra for Architectural work – 1% of the building cost.
         c. Extra for Electrical Installation (10%), + Water supply and sanitary                             installations (8%) = 10+8=18% of the building cost.
         d. Extra for other services- 10% of the building cost.
         e. Contingencies and supervision charges 10%.

   Q5. A short link road is to be constructed entirely in cutting at a uniform rising            gradient 1 in 30.The N.S levels are given below:

Rd

N.S. level

0

70.40

30

69.70

60

71.10

90

74.05

120

75.40

150

74.00

If the formation level at Rd 0 is 65 meters, estimate the quantity of cutting for a formation width of 10 meters. The side slope is 2:1(Horizontal: vertical) and there is no cross slope. Also find out the cost of cutting @ Rs.450.00 cu m.

  Q6. Workout the analyses of rates for brick masonry cement mortars 1:4 in                   superstructure. Labour for 10cu.m brick masonry 8 brick layer @ Rs. 500/-                per day, 15 mazdor @ Rs. 300/- , 2 Bhisti @ Rs 250/- per day. Rate of material: –      cement bag Rs. 300/-, Sand Rs. 800/- per cu.m, Bricks 4000/- per                                  thousand.

  Q7. Explain general specifications of first class building.

  Q8. Work out the quantity of following items from the given drawing:-
       a. Excavation for foundation
       b. Cement concrete 1:6:18 in foundation
       c. Brick masonry in cement mortor 1:7 in foundation and plinth
        d. Brick masonry in 1:7 super structures.

Quantity Surveying & Valuation 6th Sem/Civil/
May 2018 Diploma Paper


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Section a applied Mechanics 3rd Sem/Civil/May 2018 Diploma Solved Question Paper

The value of a property building after its working tenure without being dismantled is known as __
While analyzing the rates, contractor profit is added at the rate of ________%.
 The attendance of the laborers is recorded daily in _____________
 While mixing cement mortar by volume, the volume of a cement bag is taken as _______ cu.m.
In the analysis of rate the number of bricks taken into account per cubic meter is _____________
State the unit of measurement for vi. Electric Fitting 
State the unit of measurement for vii. Cement Plaster 
State the unit of measurement for viii. Supply of Bitumen/tar
State the unit of measurement for  xi. D.P.C
State the unit of measurement for xii. Steel doors and Windows
What are the unit of measurement for xiii. Supply of water closet(size specified)
Give the unit of measurement for ix. Supply of varnish, oil 
Give the unit of measurement for xiv. Rain Water pipe
What are the unit of measurement for x. Supply of bricks 
State the unit of measurement for xv. Distempering

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Section B :Quantity Surveying & Valuation 6th Sem/Civil/May\’18

What are the various duties of quantity surveyor?

Various duties of quantity surveyor

What do you understand by estimate? Give the importance of estimate.

Estimate and its importance of estimate.

What are the factors affecting the Analysis of rates.

Factors affecting the Analysis of rates.

Find out the dry material required for 1cu.m cement concrete 1:4:8.

Calculate the dry material required for 1cu.m cement concrete 1:4:8.

Find out the dry material for 1cu.m brick masonry in cement sand mortar 1:4.

Calculate the dry material for 1cu.m brick masonry in cement sand mortar 1:4.

Define valuation. Give the purpose of valuation.

Valuation and purpose of valuation.

Calculate the value of year’s purchase whose life is 20 years and the rate of interest is 6%.For sinking fund rate of interest is 5 %.

Find the value of year’s purchase whose life is 20 years and the rate of interest is 6%.For sinking fund rate of interest is 5 %.

Write a short note on scrap value, book value and outgoings.

Short note on scrap value, book value and outgoings.

Define Contract? What are the essential elements of contracts?

Contract and essential elements of contracts

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Section c :-Quantity Surveying & Valuation Civil/May 2019 Paper

Prepare a preliminary estimate of a building having plinth area equal to 2000 sq.m.
Workout the analyses of rates per cu.m for Brick work 1:4 cement sand mortar in superstructure.
Define an estimate. Give its importance or objectives. Name the various types of estimate.

Estimate and its importance or objectives

Name the various types of estimate.

What is contract? Explain the different type of contract.

Contract and different type of contract.

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