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Name of the Organisation : Karnataka Examinations Authority
Name of the Exam : Common Entrance Test
Subject: Environmental Engineering
Year : 2015
Document Type : Question Paper
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PGCET Environmental Engineering Question Paper :

Time: 2 Hours
Max. Marks: 100
Read the following instructions before answering the test :
** Write / Darken the particulars of your identity, Test Seat Number and afix your signature on the OMR Response Sheet before the start of the ” test.

Related / Similar Question Paper :
Karnataka PGCET Electrical Sciences Question Paper

LLR Test Karnataka

** All Questions have multiple choices of answers, of which only one is correct.
** Mark the correct answer by completely darkening only one oval against the Question number using Black Ink Ball Point pen only.

** There will be no negative evaluation with regard to wrong answers.
** Marks will not be awarded if multiple answers are given.
** Do not make any stray mark on the OMR Response sheet.

** For rough work, use blank page on the question paper.
** Taking the question paper out of the test hall is permitted only after then full duration of the test.
** Use of only non-programmable calculator is permitted.
** Start Answering Only At The Specified Time When The Invigilator Gives Instructions.

Marks Distribution :
PART —I 50 Questions : 50 x 1 = 50 Marks
PART — H 25 Questions : 25 x 2 = 50 Marks
Total = 100 Marks

1. The volume of fluid per unit weight is
a) Specific gravity
b) Specific weight
c) Specific volume
d) None of these

2. The process of treating water by applying pressure greater than the osmotic pressure solute on one side of a membrane is
a) Reverse Osmosis
b) Electrodialysis
0) Ion Exchange
d) Electrolytic membrane

3. The adsorption capacity of activated carbon is determined by the use of
a) Freundlich Isotherm
b) Langmuir Isotherm
c) BET lsotherrn
d) All of these

4. The oxygen consuming property of the wastewater expressed in terms of oxygen that consumed biologically is
a) BOD
b) COD
c) TOC
d) All of these

5. The absence of fiuorides in drinking water encourages
a) Dental Carries
b) Dental Fluorosis
c) Methemoglobinemia
d) None of these

6. The net primary productivity in plant matter is equal to
a) Gross primary productivity — Plant respiration
b) Gross primary productivity + Plant respiration
0) Gross primary productivity
d) None of these

7. The primary constituent of living matter which move through a gaseous cycle is
a) Hydrogen
b) Carbon
c) Nitrogen
d) All of these i

8. In an ecosystem, the flow of energy is
a) Bi-directional
b) Cyclic
c) Unidirectional
d) Multidirection

9. The primary producers in a forest ecosystem are
a) Chlorophyll containing trees and plants
b) Herbivores
c) Camivores
d) Bacteria and other microorganisms

10. Eutrophication is
a) an improved quality of water in lakes
b) a process in carbon cycle
c) accumulation of plant nutrients in water bodies
d) accumulation of heavy metals in water bodies

11. Fluids which have no viscosity and surface tension and which are incompressible art
a) Ideal fluids
b) Practical fluids
c) Real fluids
d) None of these

12. When a certain pressure is applied at any point in a ?uid at rest, the pressure is equally transmitted in all directions and to every other point in the ?uid is
a) Darcy’s Law
b) Pascal’s Law
c) Newton’s Law
d) Stoke’s law

13. When a main pipeline divides into two or more parallel pipes which again join together is
a) Pipes in parallel
b) Equivalent pipe
c) Pipes in series
d) None of these

14. A centrifugal pump which discharge a unit flow under a unit head at maximum efficiency is
a) Brake Horse Power
b) Specific Speed
c) Hydraulic Ram
d) None of these

15. From the construction point of view, wells with an impervious lining, such as masonry lining and generally resting on a moia layer is
a) Type I
b) Type 11
c) None of these
d) Type III

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