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Solve any one question from Q.1(a,b) &Q.2(a,b)
1(a) Enlist and explain the function of each of the instruments required for plane table surveying.
6 M
1(b) Following readings were observed during a reciprocal leveling with one level:
Instrument at Staff Readings on Remarks
  A B  
A 0.656 2.097 Distance between
B 0.867 2.298 A &B is 950 m

i) Find the true R.L. of B, if R.L. of A = 378.655 m.
ii) Find the combined correction due to curvature and refraction.
iii) Find the collimation error.
6 M

2(a) Correct the bearing of a closed traverse PQRSP for a local attraction if any.
F.B. S45°30'E S60°00'E S5°30'E N83°30'W
B.B. N45°30'W N60°40'W N3°20'E S85°00'E
6 M
2(b) Explain the need and procedure of the terms profile levelling and cross-sectioning with sketches in a road project
6 M

Solve any one question from Q.3(a,b) & Q.4(a,b)
3(a) Define the following terms:
Transiting, Telescope normal, Latitude, Face right.
4 M
3(b) A tacheometer was set up at a station A and the following reading were obtained on a vertically held staff. The constants of the instrument were 100 and 0.1.
Station Staff station Vertical angle Hair  reading(in mtrs) Remarks
P B.M. -4°22' 1.050,1.103,1.156 R.L. of B.M.
P Q +10°0' 0.952,1.055, 1.158 is= 1958.300mtrs.

Find the horiziontal distance from P to Q and the reduced level of sation Q.
8 M

4(a) Determine the missing data for the following table of a closed traverse ABCDA.
Length(m) 230.5 250.2 210.8 -
Bearing N36°45'E S82°48'E S10°15'E -
8 M
4(b) Explain the laboratory method to determine the tacheometric constant.
4 M

Solve any one question from Q.5(a,b) & Q.6(a,b)
5(a) Two roads AB & BC meets at an angle of intersection 127°30' at a chainage of 1280 m. Calculate the necessary data for setting out a curve with radius of 150 m by the offset from long chord method.
7 M
5(b) Enlist various linear methods of setting out curves and explain any one with sketch.
6 M

6(a) What is meant by "transition curve"? What are the different forms of a transition curve? Give reasons to introduce the transitioon curve.
6 M
6(b) Two tangents AB & BC meets at B with deflection angle 40° at a chainage of 1280 m. Calculate the necessary data for setting out a curve with radius of 150 m by One theodolite (with 20" L.C.) method take peg interval of 20 m.
7 M

Solve any one question from Q.7(a,b) &Q.8(a,b)
7(a) Write a short note on segments of Space Based Positioning System.
6 M
7(b) Write a note on setting out a building.
7 M

8(a) Enlist the limitations of the prevalent survey techniques and so give advanatges of Space Based Positioning System.
7 M
8(b) Enlist and explain various stages in road survey project.
6 M

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