Indian Oil Corporation Ltd Question-Paper Contributed by Hrudya updated on May 2019

                     IOCL Mechanical and Production Engineering Previous Paper

1.For ship vessel industry which of the following layouts is best suited?
A)Process layout 
B)Product layout
C)Fixed position layout 
D)Plant layout.

2.The main disadvantage(s) of line organization is / are
A)top level executives have to do excessive work
B)structure is rigid
C)communication delays occur
D)all of these.

3.The chart which is not used in motion study is
A)Simo chart 
B)Travel chart
C)Two-hand chart 
D)Man-machine chart.

4.In the case of mass production
A) highly skilled workers are needed
B) unit costs are high
C)the operations are capital-intensive
D) the operations are labour-intensive,

5.Military type organisation is known as
A)line organisation
B) functional organisation
C)line and staff organisation
D) line, staff and functional organisation.

6.The decisions made by the top level management which affect the entire organisation are .... decisions.

7.The short-term goals of supervisory level managers are called ..... goals.

8.The chronological sequence of required actions is called a

9.Theory X and Theory Ywere developed by
A)Abraham- Maslow 
B)Peter Drucker
C)Elton Mayo 
D)Douglas McGregor.

10.Constant measuring pressure in micrometer screw gauges is ensured by
B)barrel and thimble

11.It is desirable to handle the slip gauges with a cloth or chamois leather in order to 
A) avoid injury to hands 
B) protect the surfaces of:slip gauges 
C) insulate them from the heat of the hand 
D) ensure that the varnish,applied on gauges does not come out. 

12.Edep-Rolt comparator is a popular instrument for the
A) calibration of slip gauges 
B) absolute measurement of length of slip gauges 
C) measurement of flatness 
D) measurement of angles. 

13.Money required for the purchase of stores, payment of wages etc. is known as
A) Block capital 
B)Reserved capital
C) Authorised capital 
D)Working capital.

14.Emergency rush order can be pushed more effectively in
A)job production 
B)automatic production
C)continuous production 
D)intermittent production.

15. Work study is concerned with
A) improving present method and finding standard time 
B) motivation of workers 
C) improving production capability 
D) improving production planning and control. 

16.Work study comprises which of the following main techniques ?
A)Method study and work measurement
B)Method study and time study
C)Time study and work measurement
D)Method study and job evaluation.

17.Gear finishing operation is called
C) hobbing 

18.Which of the following processes is used for preparing parts having large curved surfaces and thin sections ?
A) Hot machining 
B)Ultrasonic machining
C)ECM process 
D)Chemical milling.

19.Thread grinding requires work speed from
A)1 to 3 m/min 
B)5 to 10 m/min
C)10 to 14 m/min 
D)14 to 20 m/min.

20.The process of removing surface roughness, tool marks and other minor defects from the previous operations is called
A) lapping 
C) broaching 

21.The equipment that measures surface roughness is
A)Profile projector 
B)Laser interferometer
C) Profile gauge 

22.Which of the following gives an idea about the ability of the equipment to detect small variation in the input signal (quantity being measured) ?
A) Readability 
B) Accuracy
C) Sensitivity 
D) Precision.

23.Parasitic error is caused due to
A) improper use of measuring instrument
B) wrong design of instrument
C) changes in ambient conditions
D) errors in computation.

24.The cutting speed of a drill depends upon the
A) material of drill 
B) type of material to'be drilled
C) quality of surface finish desired 
D) all of these.

25.A twist drill is a / an
A)side cutting tool 
B)front cutting tool
C) end cutting tool 
D)none of these.

26.Drilling is an example of
A) simple cutting 
B) uniform cutting
C) orthogonal cutting 
D) oblique cutting.

27.Which of the following is not the part of a shaper ?
A)Clapper box 
D)Cross slide.

28.The tool used for drilling holes of large diameter (diameter greater than 80 mm) is 
A)trepanning drill 
B)double-flute twist drill
C)single flute drill 
D)multiple flute drill with a web.

29.The process that provides a recess for seating of bolt heads and nuts is
A)spot facing 
B)counter sinking
D)counter boring.

30.The work-holding device used for finishing the work which has been bored and partly turned on the lathe is
A)an Arbor 
B)a steady rest
C)a collet chuck 
D)a Mandrel.

31.The primary unbalanced force is maximum ...... in one revolution of the crank.
B)four times
C)eight times 
D)sixteen times.

32.In a gear train, when the axes of the shafts, over which the gears are mounted,move relative to a fixed axis, it is called
A)simple gear train 
B)compound gear train .
C)reverted gear train 
D)epicyclic gear train.

33.In a steady state forced vibrations, the amplitude of vibrations at resonance is ...... damping coefficient.
A)equal to 
B)directly proportional to
C)inversely proportional to 
D)independent of

34.The cam follower generally used in automobile engines is
A)knife edge follower 
B)flat faced follower
C)spherical faced follower 
D)roller follower.

35.Which of the following formulae is used in designing a connecting rod ?
A)Euler's formula 
B)Rankine's formula
C)Johnson's straight line formula 
D)None of these