144140489-Electronic-Engineering

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PAKISTAN ENGINEERING COUNCIL Sample MCQs Electrical Engineering (Electronics)/ Electronic Engineering 1. Please read all the instructions carefully and do not start the paper unless asked to do so. 2. Fill in your particulars (Name, Roll Number, PEC Registration Number, CNIC and Discipline) in BLOCK letters in the space provided. 3. You are not allowed to change your seat during the test. 4. Hand over your answer sheet to the invigilator at the end of each part and keep seated until allowed to leave the centre. 5. The examination is divided into three Parts viz Part-I, Part-II and Part-III, with 30 minutes break. 6. All questions are to be attempted and carry equal marks. 7. Passing marks for each part is 60%, and passing all three parts is mandatory to qualify EPE. 8. Use only the provided pencil to fill completely the correct choice circle on answer sheet. 9. Programmable calculator, laptop, mobile phone, iPod, and any storage device/electronic gadget are not allowed. 10. No extra sheet will be provided; any calculation may be worked out on the back of the paper. 11. No candidate is allowed to indulge in any Law and Order situation to affect the exam process, and responsible(s) will be disqualified. 12. Use of unfair means will also lead to disqualification. Instructions for Part-I This part is common to all disciplines, comprising 30 multiple choice questions of one mark each (Total Marks=30) with the duration of two hours. Instructions for Part-II This is a discipline based open book breadth examination, comprising 30 multiple choice questions of one mark each (Total Marks=30), with the duration of two hours. Instructions for Part-III This is a discipline based open book depth examination comprising 40 multiple choice questions of one mark each (Total Marks=40), with duration of three hours. The candidates will be allowed only for the specialized filed / area of practice, for which already applied at the time of application.
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Electrical Engineering (Electronics)/ Electronic Engineering Part-I Total Marks: 30 Total Time: 2 hours Name: S/o, D/o, w/o: Roll Number: PEC Reg#: CNIC: Discipline: Q.1: Quality control is aimed at: a. Maintaining the desired quality b. Exceeding the desired quality c. Continuously improving the quality d. Following the quality Q.2: Which of these is correct with respect to a product developed or a service performed?. a. Bad quality is acceptable, but bad grade is not. b. Bad grade is acceptable, but bad quality is not. c. Neither bad grade nor quality is acceptable. d. Grade and quality is the same thing. Q.3: Project A has an internal rate of return (IRR) of 21 percent. Project B has an IRR of 7 percent. Project C has an IRR of 31 percent. Project D has an IRR of 25 percent. Which of these would be the BEST project? a. Project A b. Project B c. Project C d. Project D Q.4: What characteristic best describes the cost baseline?
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