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ESE 2018 GS Paper Solution Part-1
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In this lecture Pawan Saini have discussed about first 6 questions of Engineering Services GS Paper.

Pawan Saini
Manager PSU, Worked @ SAIL, Cleared GATE 2012, 2013, SSC JE, CDS, AFCAT, BARC. Best of luck for ESE Prelims.

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helium atom gets created in nuclear fusion reaction,,,,, what you say
Pawan Saini
2 years ago
So give the example of being destroyed too..
Pawan Saini
2 years ago
Does any atom don't take part in fusion reaction..
sir there are so many subjects of which course are not published ,yet.
Pawan Saini
2 years ago
Yes.. I tried my best to publish as much as I can. Will publish the rest don't worry..
  1. 19.1 Engineering Services 2018 GS Paper Solution Part-1 Presented by PAWAN SAINI


  2. PAWAN SAIN ABOUT ME PAWAN SAINI Oriental Institute Of Science and Technology Bhopal ASSISTANT MANAGER IN RITES (A PSU under Ministry of Railways) Joined in 2013 posted at NTPC Sipat Project Previously Worked at SAlIL Bokaro Love to do Social Service Travelling Teaching Spiritual Activities IRIMEE DLW ICF IRITM TKD GOLDEN ROCK SAIL NTPC CIL BHEL


  3. ESE 2018 GS Paper Solution Directions Each of the next Ten (10) itenms consists of two statern ents, one labelled as Sta terment (1), and the other as Sta term ent (II)". Examine these two statements carefully and select the answers to these items using the codes given below: Codes (a) Both Statement (D and Statement (ID are indiyidually true and State- ment CID is the correct explanation of Statement (I) (b) Both Statement (D and Statement (ID) are individually true but State- ment (ID is not the correct explana- tion of Statement (D ()Statement (D is true but Statement ID is false (d) Statement () is false but Statement CID is true


  4. ESE 2018 GS Paper Solution (a) Both Statement (I) and Statement (II) are individually true and Statement (II) is the correct explanation of Statement (D (b) Both Statement (I) and Statement (II) are individually true, but Statement (II) is not (c) Statement (I) is true, but Statement (II) is (d) Statement (I) is false, but Statement (IID is the correct explanation of Statement (I) false true


  5. ESE 2018 GS Paper Solution 1. Statement (I): Atoms can neither be created nor destroyed. Statement (II): Under similar conditions of temperature and pressure, equal volumes of gases do not contain an equal number of atoms.


  6. Answer: (c) 1st Statement is universal. &PV mRT is violated. 82nd statement is wrong.


  7. ESE 2018 GS Paper Solution 2.Statement ): Lifts and external staircases are provided with access from the lobby area of each floor in multistorey blocks. The external staircase must be accessible through self-closing, 180-swing unlocked doors (with provision for locking at appropriate conditions). Statement II): Such staircases should not be inadvertently 8pre provide unhindered exit from the lobby of each floor.


  8. Answer:(a) A lobby is a room in a building used for entry from the outside. Sometimes referred to as a foyer, reception or an entrance hall, it often is a large, vast room or complex of rooms (in a theatre, opera, concert hall, showroom, cinema, etc.) adjacent to the auditorium. It is a repose area for spectators and place of venues, especially used before performance and during intermissions but also as a place of celebrations or festivities after performance.


  9. ESE 2018 GS Paper Solution 3. Statement (): Volcanic eruption is often accompanied by earthquakes Statement (I): Volcanoes erupt dust particles in the atmosphere


  10. Ans. b) A volcanic eruption occurs when hot materials are thrown out of a volcano Lava, rocks, dust, and gas compounds are some of these "ejects". Eruptions can come from side branches or from the top of the volcano They are caused by tectonic activity beneath the earth surface.


  11. Active Volcanoes, Plate Tectonics, and the "Ring of Fire" Eurasian Plate Eurasian Plate North American Plate Aleutian Trench CASCADE RANGE - San Andreas Hault Mid-Atlantic Ring of Fire" Ridge Arabian Plate Hawaiian "Hot Spot" Cocos Plate- Do South) East Pacific Nazca Plate Java Trench American Plate Rise - African Plate Indo-Australian Plate 0 Pacific Plate Antarctic Plate


  12. ESE 2018 GS Paper Solution 6. Statement (I): The concept of Just-In-Time is operationalizeod when the exact number of units required are bought at each successive stage of production, at the appropriate time. Statement (ZI)r: Just-In-Time concept has been expanded to mean eliminating waste. a manufacturing philosophy of


  13. ESE 2018 GS Paper Solution 6. Statement (: Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is productive maintenance inyolving total participation as a group activity. Statement (I): :.. Under the aegis of TPM, individual operators generally take care of minor maintenance aspects.


  14. Ans. a) In industry, total productive maintenance is a system of maintaining and improving the infegrify of production and qualify sysfems Througn the machines, equipmenf, processes, and employees that add business value to an organization. One of the main objectives of TPM is to increase the productivity of a factory and its equipment with a modest investment in maintenance


  15. In order for TPM to be effective, the full support of the total workforce is required. &This should result in accomplishing the goal of TPM: "Enhance the volume of the production, employee morale and job satisfaction