Friday, March 29, 2013

Entrance Examination Model Questions of Nepal Engineering College

Nepal Engineering College
(Affiliated to Pokhara University)
nec– Center for Postgraduate Studies
Pulchowk, Lalitpur
Entrance Examination Model Question for Master of Science in
Interdisciplinary Water Resources Management


Date: ………………. Duration: 2 hr Full Marks : 40

Name :………………………………… Entrance Roll No: ……………..

PART (A)
Multiple Choice Questions
Each of the following Questions carries 1 mark. Choose the correct answer (only one) you think is the closest as an answer to each question and Encircle the appropriate option in the answer

1. Which is not the major component of a global hydrologic cycle ?
A. Precipitation  B. Evaporation  C. Runoff  D. None of above

2. Approximately how many rivers and rivulets are there in Nepal?
A. 60   B. 600  C. 6000   D. 60000

3. The main disadvantage of “hard water” is
A. Bad taste   B. Foul Smell  C. More turbidity D. Increased soap consumption

4. Which of the following government agencies in Nepal is responsible for undertaking river training works ?
A. Department of Irrigation  B. Department of Forestry  C. Department of Water Induced Disaster Prevention  D. Department of Hydrology and Meteorology

5. Which of the following organization proposed the Millennium Development Goal that is adopted by the global community?
A. The World Bank  B. Asian Development Bank  C. The United Nations Organization  D. European Union

6. Which of the following gas is the largest constituent of Biogas gas?
A. Methane   B. Ethane  C. Acetylene   D. Carbon mono-oxide

7. World Environment day is celebrated on …………
A. June 5th  B. June 15th  C. June 25  D. None of the above

8. Which of the following Countries have the largest hydropower installed capacity?
A. China   B. Japan   C. USA  D. Brazil

9. If a:b= 3:5 and a:c = 5:7, what is the value of b: c?
A. 3:7   B. 21:35    C. 21:25  D. 25:21

10. Which of the following river basins of Nepal has the most annual runoff
A. Mahakali  B. Karnali  C. Gandaki  D. Koshi

PART (B)
SHORT QUESTIONS

  1. Explain in brief the reasons of recent disaster of Koshi River with reference to sedimentation and river training works.
  2. How will you justify the role of women in development of society?
  3. On a test consisting of 80 students, Eve answered 75 % of the first 60 questions correctly. What % of the another 20 questions does she need to answer correctly for her grade on the exam to be 80 %
  4. Explain in brief the reasons of recent disaster of Koshi River with reference to sedimentation and river training works.
  5. Explain in brief the possible reasons for the current power crisis (load-shedding) with reference to types of hydropower projects and hydrology.
  6. What are the differences between pressure flow and open channel flow? : How will you justify the role of women in development of society? : How will you co-relate the development of micro hydropower projects to national economy?
ESSAY TYPE QUESTION
  1. The United Nations Development Programme(UNDP) in 1990, proposed the “Human Development Index” (HDI) as a way to assess the relative position of each country. When you come within Nepal, a great disparity exists in human development among the 75 districts in Nepal. Starting from different human
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