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13th March 2012, 11:25 AM
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Previous year Question Papers of Section-A Exam of AMIE?


i just joined in amie in non dimploma scheme i have to write section-A exam in summer2012 so kindly send last five year question paper of amie




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13th March 2012, 07:00 PM
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i just joined in amie in non dimploma scheme i have to write section-A exam in summer2012 so kindly send last five year question paper of amie

PREVIOUS YEAR MODEL PAPERS OF AMIE EXAM



I have attached some of the previous year model papers of AMIE exam in this post for you reference.. kindly check it over.. hope it helps for your preparation..


POINTS TO NOTE :

-> Also attached the syllabus of the exam in this post for your reference.. check it out if needed..

-> Try to cover the whole syllabus to score well in the exam..

-> Don't reside only on previous year papers, it won't help you much for preparation. Just go through the papers find out the pattern of questions followed and prepare for the exam accordingly.

-> Any more queries, feel free to leave a post in our forum..





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13th March 2012, 09:45 PM
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Hi,

Below questions may help you.

FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING
Time : Three Hours
Maximum Marks : 100
Answer FIVE questions, taking ANY TWO from Group A,
ANY TWO from Group B and ALL from Group C.
All parts of a question (a, b, etc.) should be answered at one place.
Answer should be brief and to-the-point and be supplemented with neat sketches.
Unnecessary long answer may result in loss of marks.
Any missing or wrong data may be assumed suitably giving proper justification.
Figures to the right-hand side margin indicate full marks.

Group A

1.
(a) Consider the example of a product, and briefly explain various steps to be [Mark 10]
followed to design this product.
(b) Define product life-cycle. Explain various stages of product life-cycle with [Mark 10]
a suitable example.


2.
(a) Discuss the important features of 'Design for Assembly'. [Mark 10]
(b) Suggest an organization structure for the design office of toy manufacturing [Mark 10]
company.


3.
(a) Give step-by-step procedure for the investment casting process. Outline some [Mark 10]
typical applications of this process.
(b) Draw sketches to distinguish between punching and blanking operations of metal [Mark 5]
forming.
(c) Compare hot working with cold working of metals. Give relative advantages and [Mark 5]
applications of each.


4.
(a) Describe the permanent mould casting process. Give any two applications of this [Mark 10]
process of casting.
(b) Sketch wire drawing operation. What factors determine the drawing ratio? [Mark 5]
(c) Sketch a three high rolling mill. Give advantages and limitations of three [Mark 5]
high rolling over two high rolling.


Group B


5.
(a) Distinguish between shaping and planning operations. Name the machines on which [Mark 8]
these operations are performed.
(b) Sketch to describe the formation of a flat surface on a lathe. [Mark 6]
(c) Give any three methods of taper turning on a lathe [Mark 6]



6.
(a) Describe the principle of electromechanical machining or electric discharge [Mark 10]
machining process. Give advantages and limitations of the process.
(b) Give step-wise procedure for selecting a manufacturing process. [Mark 6]
(c) Compare d. c. arc welding with a. c. arc welding. [Mark 4]



7.
(a) What do you understand by Group Technology? Mention areas of its application. [Mark 10]
(b) Describe the following in brief : [Mark 2 x5]
(i) Computer Aided Process Planning.
(ii) Automated Guided Vehicles.


8.
(a) Sketch and explain submerged arc welding process. Give advantages and limitations [Mark 10]
of this process.
(b) Discuss salient features of 'design for economic manufacturing'. [Mark 10]



Group C

9. Briefly describe the following : [Mark 10 x 2]

(i) Simulation

(ii) Drilling operation

(iii) Information technology's role in manufacturing

(iv) Extrusion

(v) Robust design

(vi) Design for use

(vii) Product design specifications

(viii) Brainstorming

(ix) Grinding processes

(x) Cutting tool-work piece interaction during machining operation.


SOCIETY AND ENVIRONMENT
Time : Three Hours
Maximum marks : 100
Answer FIVE questions, taking ANY TWO from Group A,
ANY TWO from Group B and ALL from Group C.
All parts of a question (a, b, etc.) should be answered at one place.
Answer should be brief and to-the-point and be supplemented with neat sketches.
Unnecessary long answer may result in loss of marks.
Any missing or wrong data may be assumed suitably giving proper justification.
Figures to the right-hand side margin indicate full marks.

Group A

1.
(a) Why should the engineers study and know the 'society'? [Mark 12]
(b) What is meant by social stratification? What are its salient features? [Mark 8]



2. Write in detail the evolution of 'occupation'. [Mark 20]


3.
(a) List major reasons behind international crimes. [Mark 10]
(b) Suggest steps to minimize the international crimes. [Mark 10]


4.
(a) What are the present methods to control population in India? [Mark 10]
(b) How far have we achieved? [Mark 5]
(c) How far have we failed? [Mark 5]


Group B


5.
(a) Explain the major outcomes of European and French industrial revolutions. [Mark 15]
(b) How have the liberalization, privatization and globalization helped India? [Mark 5]



6. Write a critical essay on ecosystem. [Mark 20]


7.
(a) What is ozone? [Mark 5]
(b) Mention the factors responsible to destroy the ozone layer. [Mark 15]


8.
(a) Define sustainable development. [Mark 5]
(b) Write briefly on the technology of sustainable energy. [Mark 15]



Group C

9. Answer the following in brief : [Mark 10 x 2]

(i) Define anthropology.
(ii) What is black magic?
(iii) Match the following :

(A) Tertiary sector (a) Communist manifesto.
(B) Karl Marx (b) Dr. B. R. Ambedkar.
(C) Untouchability (c) Mahatma Gandhi.
(D) Pandit Nehru (d) Socialistic pattern of society.


(iv) Define vertical social mobility.

(v) What is an agrarian society?

(vi) Name the odd ones :

(a) Poverty
(b) Population
(c) Economic Growth
(d) Pollution


(vii) List three major life supporting elements.

(viii) What is the reason behind hearing loss?

(ix) Define acid rain and e-wastes.

(x) Fill in the blanks :

COMPUTING AND INFORMATICS
Time : Three Hours
Maximum marks : 100
Answer FIVE questions, taking ANY TWO from Group A,
ANY TWO from Group B and ALL from Group C.
All parts of a question (a, b, etc.) should be answered at one place.
Answer should be brief and to-the-point and be supplemented with neat sketches.
Unnecessary long answer may result in loss of marks.
Any missing or wrong data may be assumed suitably giving proper justification.
Figures to the right-hand side margin indicate full marks.

Group A

1.
(a) What do you understand by structured programming? [Mark 5]
(b) What is a function prototype? Why is it required? [Mark 5]
(c) Using an example, show how a single dimensional array is passed to a function
(your example should have both the function definition and the call statement) [Mark 5]
(d) Using an example, show how a two-dimensional array is passed to a function
(your example should have both the function definition and the call statement) [Mark 5]


2.
(a) Between recursion and iteration, which is more efficient? Why? [Mark 5]
(b) Write a recursive function that would take as its parameters a single dimensional
integer array and an integer value indicating the number of elements present in the
array and would return the sum of numbers in the array. [Mark 10]
(c) Declare a structure named student having name (10 characters), roll (integer),
mark(float). [Mark 5]


3.
(a) What will be printed out by the following C program? Explain the reason behind
your answer. [Mark 10]

#include
int a[10] = { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10};
main ( )
{
int i ;
for(i=0 ; i<10; i++ )
{
*(a + i) + = 1 ;
printf("%d\n", *(a + i) );
}
}

(b) Briefly explain how TCP/IP achieves error-free transmission of data? [Mark 10]


4.
(a) Explain the working of a e-mail system, and the specific protocols that it uses. [Mark 10]
(b) What do you understand by a client-server system? Give an example of a client-
server system. What are the advantages of a client server system as compared
to a monolithic system. [Mark 10]


Group B


5.
(a) Convert 211.25 in decimal to binary. [Mark 5]
(b) Convert 211.25 in decimal to octal. [Mark 5]
(c) Draw the truth table for the Boolean expression. [Mark 5]

a b + b c + a c

(d) What is a cache memory? What is its role in computer operation? [Mark 5]



6.
(a) Using an appropriate block diagram, explain how CPU, main memory, cache
memory, secondary memory and the input/output units are interconnected in a
computer. [Mark 10]
(b) Draw the truth table of a 2 to 4 decoder, and realize the decoder circuit
using AND and NOT gates. [Mark 10]



7.
(a) Explain the principal difference between a system software and an
application software. [Mark 5]
(b) What is a virtual memory operating system? [Mark 5]
(c) Explain, using suitable diagram, how the virtual address is mapped to
a physical address. [Mark 10]



8.
(a) What is meant by process in an operating system? [Mark 5]
(b) What is meant by a time-shared operating system? [Mark 5]
(c) What is meant by a system call? Give an example of a system call. How
is a system call differ from a function call? [Mark 10]



Group C

9. Answer the following : [Mark 10 x 2]

(i) How much time will be required to transmit 100 K bits of data over a 100 Mbps line?
(ii) What does 'scope' of a variable mean?
(iii) What will be the output of the following C program?
main ( )
{
int i = 0 ;
for( ; ; Printf("%d\n", i++);

(iv) What will be printed by the following program segment?
int a;
a = 2 + 5 / 20 * 30 -1 ;
printf("value of a = %d\n", a);

(v) Which of the following best describe the Internet?
(a) LAN
(b) MAN
(c) WAN
(d) Ethernet

(vi) Consider the following function in C :
void swap ( int a, int b) {
int temp;
temp = a;
a = b;
b = temp;
}
Correct the function (if necessary) so that a call to the function, e.g., swap( &x, &y)
would interchange the values of x and y.

(vii) Which one of the following statements is false?
(a) Compilers can detect runtime errors.
(b) Some Unix versions can run on laptops.
(c) Mouse is connected to the computer through the serial interface.
(d) Executable files contain machine code.

(viii) Which one of the following can be considered as an output device of a computer?
(a) VDU
(b) Mouse
(c) Keyboard
(d) Modem

(ix) Which one of the following statements is false?
(a) Main memory can be accessed faster than secondary memory.
(b) Main memory is a permanent memory.
(c) Cache memory is a volatile memory.
(d) Hard disk is a secondary memory.

(x) What is the full form of HTML?

Regards,
Shari




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Thank you shari
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PREVIOUS YEAR MODEL PAPERS OF AMIE EXAM



I have attached some of the previous year model papers of AMIE exam in this post for you reference.. kindly check it over.. hope it helps for your preparation..


POINTS TO NOTE :

-> Also attached the syllabus of the exam in this post for your reference.. check it out if needed..

-> Try to cover the whole syllabus to score well in the exam..

-> Don't reside only on previous year papers, it won't help you much for preparation. Just go through the papers find out the pattern of questions followed and prepare for the exam accordingly.

-> Any more queries, feel free to leave a post in our forum
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Default Question Papers of Section-A Exam of AMIE OF SUMMER & WINTER'2010?

I have just joined in amie in dimploma scheme I have to write section-A exam in winter 2012 so kindly send question papers of summer & winter ' 2012 of section-A.
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why monovalent metals are so conductor than other?
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Hiiiiiiii

Plz send me previous year paper of section A
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hello
plz send me last five year question paper
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Hello sir please send me previous year question papers of section a at this email id [email protected]
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what is group A/B and group C ( tatal mark is 100 but how ) 20 marks from group A / 20 marks group B and 20 marks group C -- where is rest 40
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Hi,
I have some questions regarding question paper pattern.
1. Is there any exception in chapters to be prepared for exam like, Group A will contain the questions from these chapters.. and similarly in Group B..
2. Which chapters I can select for preparation to get good marks.

please help me on this .

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