(Paper) RRB ALP Paper Stage-2 : Exam Paper &
Answer Key Held on 23-Jan-2019 Shift-3
Q1. Two resistors, one of 12Ω and the other of 24Ω are connected in
parallel. This combination is connected in series with a 22Ω resistor and a 12 V
battery. The current in the 12Ω resistor is ______?
a. (8/15) A
b. (4/15) A
c. (2/15) A
d. (6/15) A
Q2. In engineering drawing, the letters LH signifies _______.
a. Left Hand
b. Level Hide
c. Limit of Height
d. Low Heat
Q3. In angular measurements, one radian is equivalent to_____degrees
Q4. The effort applied to move a load is 15 units and the machine advantages is
observed to be 3. Find the load.
a. 5 units
b. 3 units
c. 45 units
d. 15 units
Q5. Identify the material having high coefficient of volume expansion.
Q6. Greater the value of _____of a material, the more rapidly it will conduct
a. Latent heat
c. Thermal conductivity
d. Melting point
Q7. What is the work that needs to be done to increase the speed of a 1 kg ball
from 2 m/s to 4 m/s?
a. 8 J
b. 6 J
c. 10 J
d. 12 J
Q8. 86°F is equal to _____.
Q9. A______is a theoretical exact plane, axis or point location that GD & T or
dimensional tolerances are referred to.
Q10. The abbreviation AC in an engineering drawing stands for _______.
a. Attached Circle
b. Across Corners
c. Air Conditioning
d. Aerial Cut
Q11. A wire of length l and radius r has a resistance R. The resistance of
another wire made of the same material but having half its length and half its
radius will be _____.
Q12. if a body has a specific gravity of less than 1, then it will float
Q13. If a machine overcomes a load ‘L’ and the distance travelled by the load is
‘Ld’, the work done by the load will be_____.
b. L x Ld
c. 1/L x Ld
Q14. An object weighs X units on the earth. If we take the same object to the
moon, its weight there will be _____.
b. Equal to X
c. Less than X
d. More than X
Q15. Safety boots or shoes must be worn in designated areas to protect your
_____from falling objects.
Q16. A cylindrical wire of length L and radius r has a resistance of R. The
resistance of another wire of the same material but thrice its length and
one-third its radius will be_____.
Q17. A body starts from rest. Its displacement is proportional to _____when its
acceleration is constant.
a. Time squared
Q18. Substances that are broken down by biological processes are said to
Q19. Two resistors of 2 Ω and 6 Ω are connected in series and this combination
is connected across a 12V battery. Find current in the 6 Ωresistor.
a. 0.5 A
b. 2.5 A
c. 1.5 A
d. 3.5 A
Q20. It is mainly due to the gravitational of the_______on the rotating earth
that the level of water in the sea rises and falls.
Q21. The volume of a given amount of water_____betweem 0°C to 4°C.
a. Remains constant
c. Is zero
Q22. Identify the material having low coefficient of volume expansion.
Q23. ______protection must be worn whenever noise levels exceed the noise
Q24. Two resistors of 10 Ω and 20 Ω are connected in series and this combination
is connected across a 30 V supply voltage. Find the voltage across the 10 Ω
a. 5 V
b. 20 V
c. 10 V
d. 15 V
Q25. Two resistors of 2 and 6 are connected in series and this combination is
connected across a 12 V battery. Find the power supplied by the battery.
a. 10 W
b. 18 W
c. 14 W
d. 16 W
Q26. If the width of a standard engineering drawing sheet is 841 mm, then its
length would be_____mm.
Q27. If straight lines are drawn from various points on the contour of an object
to meet a plane, the figure obtained on the plane is called the _____ of the
Q28. A 200 g block of iron was heated from 30°C to 60°C How much heat was
transferred to the block (specific heat of iron is 450Jkg ̄1k ̄1)?
a. 27 J
b. 270 J
c. 2700 J
d. 6000 J
Q29. JPEG stands for______.
a. Joint Program Experimental Group
b. Joint Program Executing Group
c. Joint Program Experts Group
d. Joint Photographic Experts Group
Q30. Pipes A and B can fill a tank in 12 minutes and 16 minutes respectively.
Both A and B are opened for 4 minutes and then A is closed. How much extra time
will B take to fill the tank completely?
a. 20/3 minutes
b. 6 minutes
c. 21/4 minutes
d. 7 minutes
Q31. A brass rod (thermal conductivity 109 J/s m K) has an area of cross section
0.04 m² and length 20 cm. If the two ends of the rod are maintained at a
temperature difference of 200°C, the rate of heat flow through the rod
a. 3.42 kJ/s
b. 4.36 kJ/s
c. 2.32 kJ/s
d. 5.80 kJ/s
Q32. A source of voltage V maintains a current in a circuit. The energy supplied
to the circuit by the source in time t is ______.
Q33. If a body is NOT homogeneous, then its density is a function of its_______.
Q34. The effort in a class 1 lever is in _____direction(s).
Q35. Which of the following options does not have an SI base unit?
b. Electric current
c. Amount of substance
d. Luminous intensity
Q36. Velocity ratio of simple machine is the ratio of distance travelled by the
_____to the distance travelled by the _____in the machine.
a. effort; effort
b. load; effort
c. load; load
d. effort; load
Q38. A software program that has been developed to harm other computers is
c. Operating system
Q39. Watt/steradian is the unit of _______.
a. Electric conductance
d. Radiant intensity
Q39. The electric _____ between two points in an electric circuit carrying
some current is the work done to move a unit charge from one point to the other.
b. Potential difference
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21. (b) 22. (d) 23. (b) 24. (c) 25. (b) 26. (a) 27. (d) 28. (c) 29. (d) 30. (a)
31. (b) 32. (a) 33. (d) 34. (d) 35. (d) 36. (a) 37. (d) 38. (b) 39. (d) 40. (b)