Important MCQs of Industrial engineering | All competitive exams | set 2 - Mechanicaltalks - Mechanicaltalks

Important MCQs of Industrial engineering | All competitive exams | set 2 – Mechanicaltalks

Here are top 20 important MCQs of Industrial engineering. Read the questions carefully and try to answer all of them from your own.

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Q1. Service time in queuing theory is usually assumed to follow

(a) normal distribution
(b) Erlang distribution
(c) poissons distribution
(d) exponential law

Q2. PERT stands for
(a) Programme Estimation and Reporting Technique
(b) Process Estimation and Review Technique
(c) Programme Evaluation and Review Technique
(d) Planning Estimation and Resulting Technique

Q3. Actual performance of a task is called

(a) an event
(b) an activity
(c) a duration
(d) none of these.

Q4. The start or completion of a task is called
(a) an event
(b) an activity
(c) a duration
(d) none of these.

Q5. PERT
(a) provides an approach for keeping planning up-to-date
(b) provides a way for management to require that planning be done on a uniform and logical basis
(c) permits management to foresee quickly impact of variations from the plan
(d) all of the above.

Q6. PERT is a project planning and control technique
(a) Yes
(b) No

Q7. PERT is an event oriented technique.
(a) Right
(b) Wrong

Q8. CPM stands for
(a) Combined Process Method
(b) Common Planning Method
(c) Critical Path Method
(d) Critical Process Method

Q9. CPM requires
(a) single time estimate
(b) Double time estimate
(c) triple time estimate
(d) none of these.

Q10. PERT requires
(a) single time estimate
(b) Double time estimate
(c) triple time estimate
(d) none of these.

Q11. PERT analysis is based upon
(a) optimistic time
(b) pessimistic time
(c) most likely time
(d) all of these

Q12. Probabilistic time for completion of any activity can be found out from
(a) optimistic time
(b) pessimistic time
(c) most likely time
(d) all of these.

Q13. The probabilistic time is given by
(a) To + Tp + Tm / 3
(b) To + 2Tp + Tm / 4
(c) To + 4Tp + Tm / 5
(d) To + Tp + 4Tm / 6
where,
To = Optimistic time, Tp = Pessimistic time, and Tm = Most likely time.

Q14. In a line organisation
(a) responsibility of each individual is fixed
(b) discipline is strong
(c) quick decisions are taken
(d) all of these.

Q15. FW Taylor introduced a system of organisation known as
(a) line organisation
(b) functional organisation
(c) line and staff organisation
(d) line, staff and functional organisation

Q16. In a functional organisation
(a) quality of work is better
(b) wastage of masenal is minimum
(c) specialised knowledge and guidance to individual worker is provided
(d) all of the above.

Q17. The type of organisation preferred for an automobile industry, is
(a) line organisation
(b) line and staff organisation
(c) functional organisation
(d) line, staff and functional organisation.

Q18. The type of organisation preferred for a steel industry, is
(a) line organisation
(b) functional organisation
(c) line and staff organisation
(d) line, staff and functional organisation.

Q19. Line organisation is suitable for
(a) sugar industries
(b) oil refining industries
(c) spinning and weaving industries
(d) all of these.

Q20. Line organisation suitable for a big organisation
(a) Right
(b) Wrong.

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