EXAM PATTERN:BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS(BIS) written examination of 2½ hrs duration at their own expense. The question paper will be of two parts with a total of 120 objective type questions with multiple choice answers.Part I - consists of 80 questions on respective technical discipline as mentioned in the advertisement.Part II - consists of 40 questions on aptitude/analytical reasoning includingEnglish.Q.1 What does "196 " the number correspond to in terms of Carat,when seen on gold jewellery?a. 24 caratb. 22 caratc. 18 caratd. 14 caratQ.2. For which former Prime Minister is the country’s highest national award for quality, set up by the BIS in 1991, named?a. Indira Gandhib. Jawaharlal Nehruc. Lal Bahadur Shastrid. Rajiv GandhiQ.3. What specific product or set of products are governed by the IS codes15627:2005, 15633:2005, and 15636:2005?a. Automotive vehicle tyresb. Jewelleryc. Packaged milkd. Watches and clocksQ.4. Which IS/ISO standard governs the quality of environmental management systems?
a. 14001b. 9001c. 1417d. 22001Q.5. Which day is celebrated as World Standards Day across the planet?a. August 15b. October 14c. October 24d. November 19Q.6. Which American statistician is sometimes called ‘The father of Quality control and management’, and has a quality award in Japan named for him? Q7 What is full form of ‘ISO’Q8 What was the earlier name of Bureau of Indian Standards?Q9 What is the difference between ‘ISO 9000 standards’ and ‘IS/ISO 9000 standards’?Q10 The Standard Mark ‘ISI’ can be used on product(s) by :a) Leading manufacturers in Indiab) All Manufacturers of quality productsc) BIS Product Certification Licence holdersd) Traders selling quality productse) All of the above
Q 11 What is the number of Indian Standard (IS) marked alongwith ISI mark on