Friday, 23 September 2016

ME CIVIL OPERATIONS RESEARCH P4540

M.E. (Civil) (Construction and management) (Semester – I)

OPERATIONS RESEARCH

(2013 Credit Pattern)

[Time: 3 Hours]
[Max. Marks: 50]
Instructions to the candidates:
1.       Each question carries 10 marks.
2.       Solve any five questions out of eight questions.
3.       Neat and clean diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.
4.       Figures to the right indicate full marks.
5.       Use of logarithmic table, slide rule, electronic pocket calculator and statistical tables is allowed.
6.       Assume suitable data, if necessary.

Thursday, 22 September 2016

ME CIVIL PROJECT ECONOMICS AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT P4654

M.E. (Civil) (Construction and management) (Semester – I)
PROJECT ECONOMICS AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
(2013 Credit Pattern)
[Time: 3 Hours]
[Max. Marks: 50]
Instructions to the candidates:
1.       Each question carries 10 marks.
2.       Solve any five questions out of eight questions.
3.       Neat and clean diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.
4.       Figures to the right indicate full marks.
5.       Use of logarithmic table, slide rule, electronic pocket calculator and statistical tables is allowed.
6.       Assume suitable data, if necessary.

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

ME CIVIL CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT P4539

M.E. (Civil) (Construction and management) (Semester – I)

CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT

(2013 Credit Pattern)

[Time: 3 Hours]
[Max. Marks: 50]
Instructions to the candidates:
1.       Each question carries 10 marks.
2.       Solve any five questions out of eight questions.
3.       Neat and clean diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.
4.       Figures to the right indicate full marks.
5.       Use of logarithmic table, slide rule, electronic pocket calculator and statistical tables is allowed.
6.       Assume suitable data, if necessary.

Tuesday, 20 September 2016

ME CIVIL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY P4538

M.E. (Civil) (Construction and management) (Semester – I)

Research Methodology

(2013 Credit Pattern)

[Time: 3 Hours]
[Max. Marks: 50]
Instructions to the candidates:
1.       Each question carries 10 marks.
2.       Solve any five questions out of eight questions.
3.       Neat and clean diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.
4.       Figures to the right indicate full marks.
5.       Use of logarithmic table, slide rule, electronic pocket calculator and statistical tables is allowed.
6.       Assume suitable data, if necessary.

Monday, 19 September 2016

ME CIVIL CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY P4653

M.E. (Civil) (Construction and management) (Semester – I)

CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY

(2013 Credit Pattern)

[Time: 3 Hours]
[Max. Marks: 50]
Instructions to the candidates:
1.       Each question carries 10 marks.
2.       Solve any five questions out of eight questions.
3.       Neat and clean diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.
4.       Figures to the right indicate full marks.
5.       Use of logarithmic table, slide rule, electronic pocket calculator and statistical tables is allowed.
6.       Assume suitable data, if necessary.

Sunday, 18 September 2016

ME CIVIL MANEGEMENT AND PROJECT PLANNING IN CONSTRUCTION P4406

M.E. (Civil) (Construction and management) (Semester – I)

MANAGEMENT AND PROJECT PLANNING IN CONSTRUCTION

(2013 Credit Pattern)

[Time: 3 Hours]
[Max. Marks: 50]
Instructions to the candidates:
1.       Each question carries 10 marks.
2.       Solve any five questions out of eight questions.
3.       Neat and clean diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.
4.       Figures to the right indicate full marks.
5.       Use of Mollier charts, slide rule, electronic pocket calculator and steam tables is allowed.
6.       Assume suitable data, if necessary.

Saturday, 17 September 2016

ME CIVIL APPLICATIONS OF STATISITICAL METHODS IN CONSTRUCTION P4537

M.E. (Civil) (Construction and management) (Semester – I)
APPLICATIONS OF STATISTICAL METHODS IN CONSTRUCTION
(2013 Credit Pattern)
[Time: 3 Hours]
[Max. Marks: 50]
Instructions to the candidates:
1.       Each question carries 10 marks.
2.       Solve any five questions out of eight questions.
3.       Neat and clean diagrams must be drawn wherever necessary.
4.       Figures to the right indicate full marks.
5.       Use of logarithmic table, slide rule, electronic pocket calculator and statistical tables is allowed.
6.       Assume suitable data, if necessary.