QUESTION BANK WITH ANSWER - GOODS GUARD SELECTION (PART - 3)

QUESTION WITH ANSWER LDCE GOODS GAURD - PART 3



Q.28.     ABBREVATION

LHB COACH:               LINKE, HOFFMANN BUSEH COACH

IRWO:                          INDIAN RAILWAY WELFARE ORGANISATION
RAILS:                           RAILWAY ANALYSIS INTER ACTIVE LINE SIMULATOR
ZRTI:                             ZONAL RAILWAY TRAINING INSTITUTE
CRIPS:                          CLAIMS  INFORMATION TRAINING INSTITUTE
RWF:                              RAIL WHEEL FACTORY

POET:                            PASSENGER OPERATED ENQUIRY TERMINAL
IVRS:                             INTER VOICE RESPONSE SYSTEM
CONRAJ:                      CONTAINER RAJDHANI
CONTRACK:                CONTAINER ON TRACK
PQRS:                           PLASSER QUICK RELAY SYSTEM

CCRS :                          CHIEF COMMISSIONER OF RAILWAY ,SAFETY.
CORE :                          CENTRAL ORGANISATION FOR RAILWAY ELECTRIFICATION
DMRC :                          DELHI METRO RAIL CORPORATION
KRCL :                           KONKAN RAILWAY CORPORATION LIMITED
BOLT :                           BUILT OPERATE LEASE AND TRANSFER

TOT :                             TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY
IRCON :                         INDIAN RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LIMITED
MRVC :                          MUMBAI RAIL VIKAS CORPORATION
CONCOR :                    CONTAINER CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED
TAWD :                          TRAIN ACTIVATED WARNING DEVICE

COIS :                           COACHING OPERATIONS INFORMATION SYSTEM
COFMOW:                    CENTRAL ORGANISATION FOR MODERNISATION OF WORKSHOPS

ACD ;                            ANTI- COLLISION DEVICE
RAILTEL :                     RAIL TEL CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED
MOU :                           MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
OFC :                            OPTICAL FIBRE CABLE
NRVY :                         NATIONAL RAIL VIKAS YOJANA

IRCTC :                         INDIAN RAILWAY CATERING AND TOURISM CORPORATION LIMITED.
HRD  :                           HUMAN RESCUE DEVICE
CAD :                            COMPUTER RESCUE DEVICE
PINS :                           PERSONAL INFORMATION SYSTEM
EASY :                          EMPLOYEE ACCOUNTING SYSTEM

EICS :                           EMPLOYEE INCENTIVE CALCULATION SYSTEM.
TAMES :                       TIME ATTENDENCE ACCOUNTING SYSTEM

FACT :                           FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING SYSTEM
STROMS :                     STORE MANAGEMENT  SYSTEM
PURSYS                        PURCHASE SYSTEM

PLANS                          PLANT MAINTENANCE SYSTEM
NTPC                            NATIONAL TRANSPORT POLICY COMMITTEE
IUC                                INTERNATIONAL UNION OF RAILWAYS
WOC                              WEIGHT ONLY CONDITON
RSRC                            RAILWAY SAFETY REVIEW COMMITTEE

TPWS                           TRAIN PROTECTION AND WARNING SYSTEM
IRWWO                         INDIAN RAILWAY WOMEN WELFARE ORGANISATION
BOOM                           BUILD, OWN, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN
CWC                             CENTRAL WAREHOUSING CORPORATION LIMITED
EPZ                               EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE
LRDSS                          LONG RANGE DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM
ROSHAN                       ROLLING STOCK HEALTH ANALYST
SRSF                             SPECIAL RAILWAY SAFETY FUND
TVU                                TRAIN VEHICLE UNITS
SPTM                             SELF PRINTING TICKET MACHINE
BOT                                BUILD, OPERATE AND TRANSFER
DTFM                             DUAL TONE MULTIPLE FREQUENCY

MEMU                             MAIN LINE ELECTRICAL MULTIPLE UNIT
DHMU                             DIESEL HYDRAULIC MULTIPLE UNITS
NTKM                              NET TONNE KILOMETERS
WTR                               WAGON TURN ROUND
USFD                             ULTRA SONIC FLAW DETECTOR

SPURT CAR                 SELF PROPELLED ULTRA SONIC RAIL TEST CAR
IRICE                             INDIAN RAILWAY INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERING.

IRISET    INDIAN RAILWAY INSTITUTE OF SIGNAL ENGINEERING AND TELECOMMUNICATION.
IRIMEE     INDIAN RAILWAY INSTITUTE OF MECHANICAL  AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING.
IRIEEN                              INDIAN RAILWAY INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

IRITM                                 INDIAN RAILWAY INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT
IRFC                                  INDIAN RAILWAY FINANCE CORPORATION LIMITED
RCC                                  RAILWAY CONVENTION COMMITTEE
RDSO                               RESEARCH, DESIGN AND STANDARD ORGANISATION
WFD                                  WHEEL FLAT DETECTOR

RMPU                               ROOF MOUNTED PACKAGE UNIT
FRP SLEEPER:                FIBRE REINFORCED PLASTIC SLEEPER

NETRA CAR      NETWORK OF ELECTRIFICATION, TESTING,  RECORDING  APPARATUS CAR
RITES                               RAIL INDIAN TECHNICAL AND ECNOMIC SERVICE LIMITED

MRTS                               MASS RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEM
MMTS                               MULTI MODEL TRANSPORT SYSTEM
IRBT CORRIDOR :          INTEGRATED RAIL – CUM BUS TRANSIT CORRIDOR
ICD                                  INLAND CONTAINER DEPOT
CFS                      CONTAINER FREIGHT STATION

TEU                      TWENTY FEET EQUIVALENT UNIT
FEU                      FORTY FEET EQIVALENT UNIT
ADD                     AUTO DRIVING DEVICE
RO-RO               ROLL ON ROLL OFF
CRIS                    CENTRE FOR RAILWAY INFORMATION SYSTEM

RMS                    RAKE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
CONCERT        COUNTRY WIDE NETWORK OF COMPUTERISED ENHANCED RESERVATION                              AND TICKETING
PRS                     PASSENGER RESERVATION SYSTEM
RSC                     RAILWAY STAFF COLLEGE
IRICEN                INDIAN RAILWAY INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
IRICON               INDIAN RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD

RRB                     RAILWAY RECRUITMENT BOARD.
RCT                     RAILWAY CLAIMS TRIBUNAL
RRT                     RAILWAY RATES TRIBUNAL
MTP                     METROPOLITAN TRANSPORT PROJECTS
RTM                     RAILWAY TRANSPORT MUSEUM
RLO                     RAILWAY LIAISON OFFICER
CAMTECH          CENTRE FOR ADVANCED MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY
RITES                 RAIL INDIAN TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC SERVICES LTD.
KRC                     KONKAN RAILWAY CORPORATION
ICF                        INTEGRAL COACH FACTORY
CLW                     CHITTARANJAN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS
DLW                     DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE WORKS

DCW                    DIESEL COMPONENT WORKS
RSK                     RAIL SPRING KARKANA
FOIS                    FREIGHT OPERATIONS INFORMATION SYSTEM
CRB                     CHAIRMAN RAILWAY BOARD
COM                    CHIEF operations Manger

MT                        MEMBER TRAFFIC
GM                       GENERAL MANAGER

IRCA                    INDIAN RAILWAY CONFERENCE ASSOCIATION
MPA                     MACHINE PREPARED ABSTRACT
RTSA                    RAIL TRAVEL SERVICE AGENT
MR CELL              MONITORING CELL
NR CELL              NON RECEIPT CELL

LVCD                    LAST VEHICLE CHECK DEVICE
FRED                   FLASHING REAR END DEVICE
ACT                      ANTI COLLUSION DEVICE
APM                     ADMINISTERED PRICING MECHANISM
CRS                     CARRIAGE REPAIR SHOP

CRS                     COMMISSIONER OF RIALWAY SAFETY. 



MATHS (ADDITION)

1.    The railways distributed the following articles in a Railway School during 2004-05. A TV set costs Rs. 12,258, a VCR costs Rs. 12,575 and a water cooler at the cost of Rs. 5,757. What is the total cost of the articles?

Cost of TV.
-
Rs. 12,258.00
Cost of VC R
-
Rs. 12,575.00
Cost of Water cooler
-
Rs.
5,757.00
Total cost
-
Rs.
30,580.00

2.    An exhibition was held at Secunderabad on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The number of employees who visited the exhibition was 517,2928, 1648,2452. How many employees visited the exhibition.

Number of employees visited on Sunday
-
517
Number of employees visited on Monday
-
2928
Number of employees visited on Tuesday
-
1648
Number of employees visited on Wednesday
-
2452
Total number of employees visited
-
7545

3.   A person has three daughters, Bindu, Indu and Swathi. He gave Rs. 3,42,506 to Bindu, Rs. 2,68,372 to Indu and Rs. 1,75,429 to Swathi. Fin the total money he has given to his three daughters.

Bindu
-
Rs. 3,42,506.00
Indu
-
Rs. 2,68,372.00
Swathi
-
Rs. 1,75,429.00
Total Amount
-
Rs.  7,86,307.00

4.   A cycle merchant brought 25 cycles and paid Rs. 20,000 and promised to pay remaining amount of Rs. 1,250 later. If so find the cost of one cycle?
Amount paid for 25 Cycles
=Rs 20,000
Amount to be paid
= Rs  1,250
Total Amount for 25
= Amount  paid + amount to be paid
Cycles
= Rs 21,250
Therefore cost of one cycle
= Total amount/No of Cycles

= 21250/25

= Rs 850
Cost of one cycle
=Rs 850.

5.   If 52 TV sets cost Rs. 6,40,380 find the cost of each TV set.
Cost of 52 TV sets
= Rs 6,40,380
No of TV sets
= 52 sets
Cost of each TV set
= Total cost of 52 TV sets/No of TVs

=  640380/52

= Rs 12315

       6.    The cost of 25 buffaloes is Rs. 65,925 find the cost of one buffalo. 

                  Cost of 25 buffaloes = Rs 65,925

No of buffaloes
= 25
Cost of each buffalo = Total cost of 25 buffaloes /No of  buffaloes
=    65,925/25
=    Rs 2637

7.    If a passenger purchased tickets worth Rs. 7250/- If one ticket cost Rs. 125. Find the number of ticket purchased.

Cost total Tkts
= Rs 7250/-
Cost of one TKT
= Rs 125/-
Number of Tickets Purchased
= Cost total Tkts /cost of one TKT

=
7250/125

=
Rs 58

MULTIPLICATION

8.    An employee gets Rs. 800/- as consolidated pay. If 43 are working find the amount to be paid?
Consolidated pay of the employee
= Rs 800.
No of employees working
= 43
Total amount to be paid
=  pay  of  the  employee  x  No  of

employees

= 800 x 43

= Rs 34400.

9.    The Government paid to each family, which lost house due to floods Rs. 550/- find the amount required to give 120 families?

Amount paid  to the each family
= Rs 550
No of families
=120
Amount required for 120 families =
amount paid to each family  x  No. of families

=  550 x 120 =Rs 66000

10.  If a bag of rice cost Rs. 890/- what is the cost of 45 bags?
Cost of one rice bag
= Rs 890
Total no of bags
=45


OBJECTIVE QUESTION BANK FOR THE POST OF GOODS GUARD

1.Approved special instruction are issued by _________ (CRS)

2.  Special instruction are issued by ____________ (Authorized Officer)

3.  Authorized Officer of SC Railway is ___________ (COM)

4.Authority to proceed on double line __________ (Taking of LSS)

5.When block instrument is defective the authority to proceed is __________

(PLCT).

6.  PLCT number for Up direction is _________, (T/C1425) and for Dn direction is ___________ (T/D1425).

7.  Block overlap in MAS shall be  ______ (NLT180 Mts) from _______ (FSS)

8.  SOL in MAS Double line shall be ________ (NLT120 Mts) from _______

(Starter)

9.  SOL in MAS single line shall be ________ (NLT120 Mts) from _______

(Outer most trailing point)

10.  The distance between Home signal and BSLB shall not be less than

________ (180 Mts)

11. Point indicator shows __________ by day (White target) and    _______

(White light) by night.

12.  Point indicator shows ________ (No target) by day ________ (Green light) by night when set for loop line.

13.  When Trap point is open trap indicator shows ______ (Red target) by day

__________ (Red light) by night.

14.  When Trap point is set, trap indicator shows _____ (Knife Edge) by day and ________________(Green light) by Night.

15.  Station limits are available between _______ (Two outer most signals) at block station.

16.  On double line MAS signalling station, station section lies

between_______ (Outer most/BSLB) to ______ (LSS) on either direction

17.  Station section is available only in ______ (Class B) station

18.  Wind velocity can be measured by _________( Anemometer)

19. No Railway servant directly connected with working of trains shall not consume any alcoholic drink with in _________ (8) hours before commencement of duty.

20.  SCR is divided into _____ (7) zones for the purpose of weather warnings

21.  Heavy wind with velocity above _______ (65 KMPH) is considered as dangerous for running trains

22.  Rainfall above _______ (5 cms) in 24 Hrs is considered as Dangerous for running trains

23.  When there is a severe storm endangering the Safety of passenger trains SM shall not __________ (Grant Line Clear) or __________ (Obtain Line Clear)

24.   Axle Counters and Track circuits are treated as authorized _________ (Means of Communication)

25.  A train which started with proper ATP and has not completed its journey is called

_________ (Running Train)

26.   The  lines  which  are  protected  by  fixed  signals  at  a  Block  station  are  called

___________ (Running lines)

27.  A fixed stop signal of a Block station which controls the entry of trains into next Block section is Called _________ (LSS)

28.   When double distant is provided the distance signal is located at _________ (200 Mts) from FSS

29   When double distant is provided the normal aspect of distant signal is _______

(Attention / Double yellow)

30  When double distant is provided _______ (Signal warning board) is dispensed with

31.  Starter signal protects __________ (Points) in___________ (Fouling mark)

32.  Advance starter protects __________ (Block Section)

33.  Advance starter ‘OFF’ position is interlocked with _________ (Block instrument)

34.   Normal aspect of stoop signals except in Automatic section is __________ (Most restrictive aspect/stop)

35.  Calling – On signal shows ________(No light) in ‘On’ position

36.  Calling – On signal shows ________ (Miniature yellow light) in ‘OFF’ position

37.  Colour light Calling – On signal is identified by _________ (C) marker board

38.   Calling – On signal is used for __________ (Admitting train on obstructed line)

__________ and (When above stop signal is defective)

39.    Signal  sighting  committee  comprises  of  ________  (TI)  ________  (SSE/S&T)  &

__________ (SSE/LOCO)

40.  Signal sighting committee will go on foot plate inspection once in ______ (3 months)


41.  Shunt signal protects _______ (Points)

42.   When shunt signal becomes defective _____ (T-369.3B+PHS) is the authority to pass at ‘On’

43.  Shunting order form no ____________ (T-806)

44.   Details working instruction about shunting permitted indicators is available in

_______ (SWR)

45.  When SPI is defective __________ (T-369.3B+PHS) is the authority to pass in ‘On’ position

46.  Co – Acting signal is also known as ______ (Duplicate signal)

47.   _________ (Banner type repeating signal) shows ‘No’ light in any position at any time.

48.  Route indicators are treated as __________ (Stop signals)

49.  Route indicators are ______ (3) types. They are _______ (Stencil type) _______ (Multi lamp) and ______ (junction type)

50.   Electrical repeaters are _______ (4) types they ______ (Signal arm type) _______

(Signal light repeaters) ______ (Miniature colour light repeaters) and ______ (LED light repeaters)

51.  Minimum equipment of signal in MAS ‘B’ class station are ______ (Distant) _______

(Home) _______ (Starter)

52.  Block section limit board is provided at a ________ (‘B’ class) station on Double line with _______(MAS) signals, where outermost point is trailing or where there are

________ (No points at all)

53.  Outlying siding points are indicated by __________ (S) mark boards

54.   Detailed working instruction about outlying sidings is incorporated in _________

(SWR)

55.   A signal which is taken ‘OFF’ for a train will be put back to ‘On’ position only_______ (in emergency to avoid an accident) or when information about ________

(Engine failure) is received

56.  Home signal lever/Switch will be normalised only after the passage of _________

(Complete train)

57.  The reception Stop signal shall be tested by SM ________ (Daily) and shall pass the remarks in _________ (Station dairy)
58.   When ever signal inspector tests the signal the remarks shall be recorded in (Station dairy)

59.  To stop a train out of course in automatic section _______ (2) no of detonators shall be placed at a distance of ________ (180, 190) from the __________ (Platform end)

60.  Normal setting of points shall be always to _______ (Main line)

61.  On single line after the arrival of the stopping train the point in _______ (Rear) and

________ (Front) shall be set against the ___________ (Blocked line)

62.  On Double Line after the arrival of the stopping train the points in ______ (Rear) will be set against the ________ (Blocked line)

63.  When all the running lines at a station are blocked by passenger carrying trains and still line clear is to be granted for a train the points shall be set for _________

(Loop line engine facing side)

64.  To receive a stopping train on loop line having sand hump or buffer stop the points must be set for _______ (Sand hump/Buffer stop)

65.  _________, _________ (Outer, Home) and ________ (LSS) are prohibited to be used for shunting

66.   Catch siding is intended to protect ________ (Station section) and provided when there is falling gradient of _________ 1/80 towards station section

67.  Slip siding protects ________ (Block section) and provided when the falling gradient is ________ (1/100) towards block section

68.  Normal setting of slip/catch siding points are to  __________ (Slip/Catch siding)

69.  Catch siding and slip siding shall not be used for ________ (Stabling and shunting) purpose

70.    When the disconnected signal /points are reconnected the ____ (SM) shall personally test them before accepting reconnection memo

71.  Waving a white light horizontally across the body of a person violently indicates

__________ (Stop Dead)

72.  Detonators are also known as __________ (Fog signal)

73.   VTP is painted with ___________ ( Self luminous yellow colour) and placed at a

distant  of _________ (180 Mts) from SM’s office

74.    FSP is painted with ___________ (Black and self luminous Yellow stripes alternately) and placed ________(270 Mts) from ________ (FSS)
75.   Normal life of Detonators is _________ (7 years) can be extended for _________ (3 years) after Testing _______(Yearly)

76.  Fog signal men’s assurance will be taken in _________ (Fog signal register) by SM once in _________ (3 Months)

77.   Whenever a signal detecting points becomes defective the concerned points are treated as ________ (Non – Interlocked points)

78.  Whenever signal/points/block instrument become defective SM shall make entry in _________ (S&T failure register)

79.   When Home signal becomes defective Pre – warning memo number ______ (T-369(1)) is given by ________ (Rear SM or Notice station SM)

80.  Authority to pass defective stop signal at ‘On’ position ______ (T-369.3b)

81.  When LSS fails the authority is _________ (PLCT)

82.  When driver passes starter at ‘On’ partly and stopped before advance starter and subsequently line clear is taken _________ (ATP+T-369.3B for starter + restart memo counter signed by guard + PHS) will be given.

83.  When IB is defective __________ (PLCT+T-369.3B to pass IB at ‘On’ position) is the authority to start the train.

84.  Signal warning board is located ________ (1400 Mts) from ________ (FSS)

85.   When there is no response from gateman, SM shall stop the train and issue

________ (Caution order)

86.  When signal is newly erected or shifted Caution order will be given for a period of

_________ (10 days)

87.  ODC shall be moved only after obtaining prior sanction from ____________ (COM)

88.    In emergency goods train without Brake van or without Guard ordered by (Sr.DOM/DOM)

89.  Light engines or couple light engines shall have _________ (LV board) by day ______

(Tail lamp) by night

90.   Side lights are dispensed with for _________ (Goods trains) and __________ (EMU trains)

91.   ________ (One) number of damaged vehicles are permitted in rear of Brake van during ___________ (Day) only

92.  Fresh BPC is required when ever _______ (10 Units) or more vehicles attached or detached


93.   When non CC rake is stabled for more than _________ (24 Hours) fresh BPC is required

94.   When SM/Station staff does not exchange All right signals the driver shall give

_________ (Two short) engine whistle code

95.  Even though FSS is at ‘Off’ position if LP of an incoming train stops at FSS and gives ____o ____o engine whistle indicates __________ (Train arrived incomplete)

96.      o o ____________ engine whistle indicates__________ (Insufficient Brake pressure/ACP)

97.  In a token less section SM shall arrange to show all right signal for run through train from __________ (Off side)

98.    While  stabling  a  material  train  at  a  station  the  responsibility  lies  with  the

__________ (SM & Guard)

99.    When  ever  BPC  is  invalid  or  while  clearing  a  stable  load  before  starting

_____________ (GLP) check shall be conducted for which _________ (30 seconds) time is given for 1 four wheeler unit

100.  Divisional caution order number is ________ (T.409)

101.   All existing caution orders shall be brought forward by SM on every___________

(Monday ‘O’ hours)

102.  While backing a full train from one line to another via mainline the shunting is to supervised by __________ (SM)

103.   On  completion  of  Caution  order  book  it  shall  be  preserved  for  a  period  of

_________ (12 Months)

104.   Shunting is  controlled  by  ________ (Fixed  signal) ________ (Hand  signal) and

___________ (Verbal instruction)

105.  Normal speed of shunting is ________ (15 Kmph)

106.  Shunting speed of oil tanks is __________ (8 Kmph)

107.  Maximum speed of hand shunting is ________ (5 Kmph)

108.  Authority for sending light engine into a blocked line_____(T/A602)

109.  TIC on single line authority for opening communication is __________ (T/B602)

110.  TIC on double line authority sending a a train is _______ (T/C602)

111.  Authority for despatching a train during TSL working_____(T/D602)

112.  Block ticket No is ____________ (T/J602)

113.  Conditional line clear ticket for Up direction is _________ (T/G602)


114.  Conditional line clear ticket for Dn direction is _________ (T/H602)

115.   If loco pilot enters the block section without ATP and Subsequently sends his Asst.Loco Pilot with a memo to SM in rear/SM in advance the SM shall give _________

(PLCT) and _______ (Caution order) respectively

116.  If a passenger Train/Goods Train doest not turns up even after normal running time after ________ (10 Mts)and ___________ (20 Mts) respectively SM shall to send

_______ (Search party)

117.  Semi automatic signal will have _________ (Illuminated ‘A’ master)

118.   In Automatic section when Advance starter/LSS becomes defective ________ (T-

369.3B + C/O 10 kmph) is the authority for loco pilot to pass signal at ‘ON’ position

119.  During prolonged failure of signals in automatic section on D/L the authority for LP is ________ (T/D912)

120.   In Token less section _________ (T/A1525) is given a ATP for the movement of motor trolley

121.   When a Motor trolley is following a train or an engine or another motor trolley

__________ (T-1525) is the authority given as ATP

122.  Neutral section lies between_________ (Two consecutive) Substations.

123.   If patrol man does not turn up even after ________ (15 minutes) beyond the schedule arrival time, SM shall stop all the trains and issue Caution order restricting the speed to _____________ (40 Kmph)

124.   When railway property damage exceeds_______ (Rs.25 Lakhs) it is treated as serious accident

125.  If traffic is disturbed for ________ (6 Hours) on trunk route, _________ (12 Hours) on main line and ________ (24 Hours) on branch line it is treated as serious accident or serious dislocation of trains.

126.   Accidents are classified into 1.________ (Train accident) 2._______(Yard accident) 3._____(Indicative accident) 4._________(Equipment failure and) 5.________(Unusual accident)

127.  Passing stop signal at danger is an _______ (Indicative) type of accident

128.  When vehicles are running away in single line and on wrong line on double

line _________ (6 Pause 4) bell code to be given by SM.

129.  President of India __________________(Mr. Pranab Mukharji)

130.  Prime Minister of India __________________(Mr. Narendra Modi)


131.  Vice-President of India is __________________(Mr. Hameed Ansari)

132.  Railway Minister is ________________(Mr. Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu)

133.  Capital of Independent  India __________________(New Delhi)

134.  RDSO Head Quarters _________________(Lucknow)

135.  CCRS Head Quarters ________________________(Lucknow)

136.  Railway Board Head Quarters ________________(New Delhi)

137.  SC railway formed on _________________(02.10.1966)

138.  First Railway line was laid between__________(Mumbai) to

________(Thane) on _____________(16.04.1853)

139.  Mahtma Gandhi was born on __________(02.10.1869) at _________(Porbandar) in

________(Gujarat).

140.  Capital of USA ___________(Washigton D.C.)

141.  Capital of Russia ____________(Mascow)

142.  Capital of China _________( Beijing)

143.Capital of Andaman & Nicobar Islands _________(Port Blair)

144.  The Head of Union Territory is ___________(Lt.Governor)

145.  The Head of Army ___________(General)

146.  The Head of Navy is ________( Admiral)

147.  The Head of Air Force is ____________(Air Chief Marshal)

148.  Super Fast Trains are Monitored by ____________( Rly. Board)

149.  Super fast Trains with complete AC Accomodation does not have ___

_____________(General coaches)

150.  The Section between SC-LPI Is ___________( Automatic section)

151.  The Normal Aspect Of Automatic Stop Signal is ________ (Proceed)

152.  G&SR Stands for ____________ (General  & Subsidiary Rules)

153.  MPS Stands for ___________( Maximum Permissible speed)

154.  SWR stands for _________________(Station Working Order)

Expand The Following

155.
TSR
(Train Signal Register)
156.
MMTS
(Multi Modal Transport System)
157.
ZRTI
(Zonal Railway Training Institute)
158.
POET
(Passenger Operated Enquiry Terminal)
159.
IVRS
(Inter Active Voice Response System)
160.
COIS
(Coaching Operations Information system)
161.
FOIS
(Freight operations Information System)
162.
ACD
(Anti Collision Device)
163.
IRCTC
(Indian Railway Catering and Tourism


Corporation Ltd.,)
164.
MEMU
(Main Electrical Multiple Unit)
165.
DHMU
(Diesel Hydraulic Multiple Unit)
166.
IRISET
(Indian Railways Institute of Signal


Engineering & Telecommunication)
167.
RDSO
(Research Design and Standards


Organisation)
168.
CRIS
(Centre for Railway Information System)
169.
RCT
(Railway Claims Tribunal)
170.
ICF
(Integral Coach Factory)
171.
DLW
(Diesel Locomotive Works)
172.
LVCD
(Last Vehicle Check Device)
173.
FRED
(Flashing Rear End Device)
174.
CRS
(Commissioner of Railway Safety)
175.
SCOR
(Section Controller)
176.
COM
(Chief Operations Manager)
177.
PLCT
(Paper Line Clear Ticket)
178.
MOSR
(Minister of State for Railways)
179.
GM
(General Manager)
180.
MT
(Member Traffic)
181.
RSC
(Railway Staff College)
182.
ART
(Accident Relief Train)
183.
MRT
( Medical Relief Train)
184.
SPAD
(Signal Passing at Danger)
185.
NTES
(National Trains Enquiry System)
186.
IRTS
(Indian Railway Traffic Service)
187.
SCR
(South Central Railway)
188.
BPAC
(Block Proving Axle Counter)
189.
IBS
(Intermediate Block Signal)



TRUE  OR FALSE

190. Tail lamp and LV board is not provided when Light Engine or Coupled Light Engines on run. (FALSE)

191.  Train arriving with Hot Axle is to be admitted on main line. (True)

192.  Motor Trolley is permitted into section without Line Clear.(False)

193.  BSLB is provided in MAS double line when required (True)

194.  SLB is provided on all Single line Block stations.(False)

195.  T-806 is an authority to pass defective stop signal at ‘ON’  position.(False)

196.  Semi Automatic signal is provided with illuminated ‘A’ marker. (True).

197.  Train running without guard can be given through during Night time. (True.)

198. A white light by night or Green flag by day moved UP and Down indicates train parting.(True)

199.  Shunt signal can be taken ‘OFF’ for dispatching a Train (False).

200.  Fort Night Gazette is issued once a month (False)

201.  Passenger carriages in order to save time and detention may be loose Shunted (False).

202.  All permanent speed restrictions imposed are incorporated in  WTT. (True)

203.  Color Light Home signal will have ‘P’ marker board.(False)

204.  Calling-on signal can be taken off for admitting a train on obstructed

line. (True)

205.  FSP is placed 270 mtrs. from outer most signal.(False)

206.  T/J-602 is an authority given during TFC on Double Line (False)

207.  T/J-602 is a Block Ticket (True)

208.  At Road side station Shunting is supervised by Guard.(True)

209.  Shunt signal can be placed below FSS (False)

210. Banner type Repeating signal shows Yellow light in ‘ON’ position during night. (True)

211. T-1425 is the authority for working trains on paper line clear ticket.(True)

212.  VTO is placed at 270 mts from SM’s office.(False)

213.  Out laying siding points are indicated by ‘S’ marker board.(True)

214.   Signal sighting committee will go on foot plate inspection once in ‘3’ months.

(True).



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