SECTIONS OF RAILWAY ACT, 1989.
1 Transfer of certain tickets is prohibited as per section
[a] 49 [b] 54 [c] 53 [d] 55
2 A person needlessly interfering with the means of communication of train shall be prosecuted as per section ___ of Railway Act 1989.
[a] 137 [b] 138 [c] 141 [d] 142
3 A person found traveling without ticket without intention to defraud the Railway is dealt as per section ___ of Railway Act 1989.
[a] 138 [b] 137 [c] 55 [d] 54 [e] none of these
4 A person traveling without ticket and is unable to pay the charges should be dealt with as per section ___ of Railway Act 1989.
[a] 138 [b] 139 [c] 55 [d] 144
5 Person found transferring his reserved ticket with business motive should be prosecuted as per section ____ of Railway Act 1989.
[a] 141 [b] 143 [c] 142 [d] 144
6 As per section ___ of Railway Act 1989, exclusive accommodation; must be provided for ladies by all passenger-carrying trains.
[a] 54 [b] 58 [c] 59 [d] 60
7 Section ___ of Railway Act 1989 deals with exhibition/surrender of tickets
[a] 54 [b] 64 [c] 66 [d] none
8 A person detected traveling with altered/defaced ticket/pass shall be dealt as per section ____ of Railway Act 1989.
[a] 55 [b] 156 [c] 157 [d] none
9 When a passenger train is met with an accident, TTE should note and inform the Officer on special duty
[a] Doctors available in his coach [b] railway staff available in his coach
[c] number of passengers injured/dead [d] All
10 The check conducted in a particular station for a period of not less than 8 hours is known as ______
11 The check conducted in a section for a period of not less than 12 hours is known as ______
12 The check conducted with an object to fix or revise the target is known as __________.
13 The check conducted in a mid section by stopping train with detonators is known as _______________.
14 The check conducted for 96 hours through out the Indian Railways is called as ___________.