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SERIES ‘C’

      1. Series ‘C’ part I deal with

a) Defect recording b) Defect reporting c) Defect investigation d) all above
02. Rule 60 of aircraft rules 1937 deals with

  1. Licensing of AME’S

  2. Defects in an aircraft

  3. Maintenance & certification standards

  4. All the above are covered in rule 60


03. Any part of an aircraft, soundness and correct functioning of which, when fitted on an aircraft, is essential for the continued air worthiness or safety of the air craft, or occupants is called

a) Item of equipment b) Aircraft component

c) Bonded stone d) Structural significant item
04. Detect means a condition existing in an aircraft or aircraft component arising from any cause other than damage

  1. Which would preclude it from performing its intended functions

  2. Which would prevent another aircraft component from performing their intended functions

  3. Which would reduce the expected service life of the aircraft or aircraft component

  4. All the above


05. A defect in an aircraft which recurs, inspite of rectification attempt, on the same aircraft is

a) Major defect b) Repetitive defect

c) Minor defect d) None
06. Major defect is

  1. Defect of such nature which reduces the safety of air craft or its occupants

  2. Defects discovered as result of the occurrence of any emergency

  3. A defect which gets repeated on the same air craft three times in a month

  4. As at a & b


07. Restoration of an aeronautical product to an airworthy condition to ensure the compliance to design standards after it has been damaged or subjected to wear is

a) Modification b) Maintenance

c) Repair d) Defects
08. A person, organization or enterprise engaged in or offering to engage in aircraft operation and operates his fleet as per a published schedule is

a) Operator b) Scheduled operator

c) Non-scheduled operator d) Approved organization
09. An organization approved in cat ‘c’ by DGCA is called

a) Scheduled operator b) AMO

c) Non-scheduled operator d) All the above
10. All major defects shall be informed to RAWO by all operators

  1. With in 24 hours

  2. With in 24 working hours of RAWO

  3. Immediately on telephone

  4. With in 3 days of occurrence of defects


11. Detailed written initial information regarding major defects shall be forwarded by scheduled operators to RAWO

  1. With in 24 hours of occurrence of defect

  2. With in 3 working days of occurrence of defect

  3. With in 24 working hours of RAWO from the occurrence of defect

  4. None


12. Mark the correct sentence

  1. Only major defects are taken into account for computing statistics for determining system reliability

  2. Repetitive defects shall not be taken into consideration for determining system reliability

  3. All defects, irrespective of their nature shall be taken in to account for computing system reliability

  4. Minor defects are to be rectified as and when facilities are available and are not recorded for computing system reliability


13. Mark the correct sentence

  1. Scheduled operators shall carry out daily review of the defects reported

  2. Defects causing mechanical delays beyond 15 minutes duration shall be reported to RAWO by scheduled operators within 24 working hours of airworthiness office

  3. Periodicity of review of defects, in regard to non scheduled operators, will be fixed by the operator in consultation with RAWO

  4. All above


14. Efforts shall be made to complete investigation of all major defects with in

  1. Two weeks of its occurrence

  2. Three months of its occurrence

  3. One month of its occurrence

  4. Two months of its occurrence


15. Investigation reports on major defects/mechanical delays sent by the operator to RAWO shall contain

  1. Identification of parts/systems involved

  2. Life of affected component since new and since last inspection

  3. Action taken to prevent recurrence defect

  4. All above


16. The purpose of investigation of defect is to

  1. Punish the person who caused the defect

  2. Avoid the recurrence of defects

  3. Avoid duplicated penal action against offender

  4. All above


17. During investigation of a defect if it is established that the defect occurred because of careless ness or negligence on the part of an AME

  1. He will be suspended immediately

  2. The punishment will be decided in consultation with DGCA

  3. QCM & Accountable manager will warn him

  4. None of the above


18. Which of the following fleet performance data is given by scheduled operators in their monthly report to RAWO

  1. In flight shut down rate

  2. Delays of 15 minutes or more including cancelled flights

  3. Premature removal rate of all components

  4. All of the above


19. Fleet performance and engineering statistics report will be forwarded to RAWO by non-scheduled operators

  1. Every month –by 25th

  2. Every month – by 10th

  3. Every 3 months

  4. Once in a year before C of A renewal


20. Mark the correct sentence

  1. Documents associated with the defects shall be preserved for 02 years

  2. Documents of defects will be preserved for two weeks

  3. Components associated with major defects shall be preserved for one year

  4. Documents associated with defects shall be preserved for 01 yer


21. Which of the following is a group 1 major defect

  1. Fires during flight

  2. IFSD because of flame out

  3. Defect of propeller feathering system

  4. IFSD with external damage to engine

  5. IFSD due to icing

1. All 2. a,b,c,&d 3. a & d 4. a,b,& d
22. Mark the incorrect sentence

  1. In flight instrument readings shall be recorded by the flight crew atleast once in each sector of the flight

  2. If there are no defects after flight NIL reports shall be recorded by the flight crew

  3. AME shall not certify the aircraft for next flight unless crew have signed the PDR for the pervious flights

  4. All the instrument readings should be noted and recorded during take of by the flight crew


23. Mark the correct sentence

  1. A training aircraft making a series of flights in a day, defects may be recorded after the last flight of the day

  2. If there is no defect a NIL report shall be endorsed by the crew in the defect register.

  3. If entries in defect register is in complete the air craft will be considered un air worthy.

  4. All of the above


24. If the aircraft is away from base and a defect is observed, the defect will be endorsed is

a) Journey log book b) Flight log book

c) Defect Register d) None of the above
25. Maintenance control by reliability method is

  1. To ensure that all the manuals and schedules are amended in time and are up date

  2. For alerting the organization in time by identifying the potential problems

  3. Applicable for all aircraft operators.

  4. All a, b & c.


26. Mark the correct sentence.

  1. Maintenance reliability control programme will be approved by DECA

  2. Maintenance control by reliability method is applicable to scheduled operators.

  3. Maintenance control by reliability method programme after it’s approval become part of QC manual.

  4. All above are true.


27. The RMU will gather information from

  1. Circulars issued by DGCA

  2. Service bulletins issued by manufacturers

  3. Pilot reports.

  4. All of the above


28. Aircraft system reliability will be measured by

  1. Unscheduled removals / 1000 hours

  2. Pilot reported defects on the system / 1000 hours

  3. Alert value

  4. None.


29. If a system of aircraft of any is above alert value an “ alert notice” will be issued by

  1. RAWO where operator is bared

  2. RMU in QC department

  3. Sub-regional airworthiness office where operator is bared

  4. DGCA Hqs.


30. Whenever any system is above alert value the RMU will send a report to

  1. RAWO by 10th of every month

  2. DGCA Hq by 10th of every month

  3. RAWO by 25th of every month

  4. The local airworthiness office by 25th


31. Mark the correct sentence

  1. Operators information to DGCA regarding exceeding alert value will contain measures adopted for controlling the situation

  2. The report will also contain comments by specialists

  3. The report will be prepared by RMU in duplicate

  4. All correct.


32. The DGCA Hqs will receive the operators report regarding exceeding of alert value form

  1. QCM of operator

  2. Accountable Manager

  3. RMU in QC department

  4. None of there.


33. The alert values will be numerically equal to

  1. The mean value plus two standard deviations

  2. The value given by manufacturer of Aircraft

  3. The mean value

  4. The value suggested by RAWO plus two standard deviations.


34. The operator shall display graphic reliability display of major affected systems.

a) Yearly b) Six monthly c) Monthly

  1. The periodicities of display varies with the type of operations of operator


35. The reliability display of the operator should summarize the operating experience of at least

a) Last one month b) Last three months

c) Next three months d) Last one year
36. The reliability display should be sent to

  1. QCM and Accountable Manager by RMU

  2. DGCA by 10th of each month

  3. RAWO by 25th of each month

  4. The display will be displayed in RMU only.


37. The reliability display should cover

  1. Non-routine removal of components/1000 aircraft hours

  2. Confirmed failure of components/1000 aircraft hours

  3. Both a & b

  4. None.


38. The reliability displays shall be preserved by the operator for

a) One year b) Two years c) Three years d) Four years
39. Mark the incorrect statement

  1. Any change in data collection system for maintenance control reliability method will need DGCA approval.

  2. The maintenance control by reliability method is applicable to scheduled airlines.

  3. A likely source of information for reliability control is sampling inspection

  4. Operators who are having a continuous in flight monitoring of instruments can alter the computation method of alert value on their own.


40. Once the alert value is crossed, for any system, the RMU will

  1. Issue alert notice to all concerned

  2. Consult specialists for taking remedial actions

  3. Report to RAWO

  4. All above


41. Operators others than scheduled operators shall carry out review of defects at periods

a) Daily b) Weekly c) Monthly

  1. Will be decided in consultation with RAWO.


42. Major defect classified as group 1 defect requires

  1. Aircraft to be written off as scrap

  2. Revalidation/restoration of FRC

  3. That the aircraft can be flown safely till next major maintenance schedule

  4. None.


43. Final investigation report of major defect is sent to

  1. RAWO is duplicate

  2. DGCA Hq in duplicate

  3. RAWO d) None


44. Fleet performance, engineering statistics are prepared

  1. By all operators every month

  2. Every month by scheduled operators

  3. Every 3 months by scheduled operators

  4. None


45. Recorded/plotted data regarding instrument reading and their deviation from standard value are evaluated against

  1. Alert values/every month

  2. Previous reading/every month

  3. Alert values/quarterly

  4. None.


46. Maintenance reliability control programme will deal with

  1. Reported defects & their investigation

  2. Procedure for computing alert values

  3. Trend monitoring and initiating corrective action

  4. All are correct


47. Corrective maintenance as a result of pilot reported defect is

a) Scheduled maintenance b) Unscheduled maintenance

c) a or b d) Both a & b
48. Analytical study of in flight instrument reading of engine parameters (EGT/EPR/TAS/N1/N2) is intended to

  1. Evaluate alert values

  2. Detect in service deterioration

  3. Establish aerodynamic cleanliness

  4. Determine reliability index


49. Recorded data such as fuel flow Vs TAS in care of jet engine public tpt aircraft shall be evaluated against

  1. Alert values suggested by operator

  2. Alert values approved by DGCA

  3. Alert values every month

  4. All are correct.

50. Condition existing in an aircraft arising because of damage precluding the particular item performing their intended function is:

a) Minor defect b) Defect c) Major Defect

  1. None

51. All delays to scheduled service of 15 minutes duration or more on account of aircraft defect shall be reported to

a) QCM b) DGCA c) RAWO

d) Not required to be reported

8. Fleet performance and ESR of a scheduled operator shall be forwarded to

  1. One copy each to RAWO/DGCA

  2. As in (1) every month

  3. RAWO every month

  4. DGCA every month

9. Records, associated with defects and rectification shall be preserved for a period of:

  1. One year

  2. May be required for consultation at the time of renewal of C of A

c) a & b are correct d) As decided by DGCA

11. In Service deterioration of engine or airframe performance are early indicated by;

  1. Inspection finding

  2. Intelligently monitoring of in flight instrument reading

  3. Monthly information submitted to RAWO

  4. Defects reported by Flight crew

12. Maintenance reliability control programme of scheduled operator is required to be approved by

a) DGCA b) RAWO c) Manufacturer d) QCM

13. Remedial measures to restore normal established trends within acceptable limits of performance are developed by

a) DGCA b) RAWO c) QCM d) RMU

14. Alert Notice is issued by:

a) RMU b) DGCA c) RAWO d) QCM

15. Alert values will be formed by scheduled operator, which will be numerically equal to

a) Mean value b) Mean value plus two standard deviations

  1. Mean values plus one standard deviation

  2. As recommended by manufactures

16. Whenever scheduled operator is over alert, a report is submitted:

  1. In duplicate, to RAWO within 72 hours

  2. In duplicate to DGCA with in 72 hours

  3. In duplicate to DGCA

  4. In duplicate to RAWO who in turn relay one copy of report to DGCA within 72 hours

17. To determine performance of airframe:

  1. Relationship between fuel flow and TAS shall be established

  2. Relationship between N1 and N2 shall be established

  3. Recorded value of TAS shall be compared to its alert value

  4. None

18. What are the defects reported to RAWO

  1. Defects causing mechanical delay of 15 min or more

  2. Major defect or defect requiring major repair of all operators

  3. Defect whether major and minor on a public transport a/c

  4. A and B

19. Following defects are included for computing reliability indices

  1. All major defects

  2. All defects including repetitive ones

  3. As in (a) for public transport a/c and as in (b) for other

  4. All are correct

20. Fleet performance, engineering statistics are prepared

  1. By all operators every moth

  2. Every month by scheduled operators

  3. Every three months by scheduled operators

  4. None

22. Un-acceptable deviation observed during evaluation of instrument reading would call for

  1. Replacement of item

  2. Maintenance actions by the operators

  3. Reporting to manufacturers

  4. Reporting to DGCA HQs

24. When deterioration is observed in engine

  1. RAWO ask for such curative action as considered necessary

  2. RAWO may ask for removal of engine

  3. RAWO may ask for test flight except schedule operator

  4. As in (A) or may even require replacement of deteriorated engine

25. Maintenance reliability control programme is useful in:

  1. In detecting problem area existing on a/c engine or accessories

  2. As in (A) which will help in planning preventive action in time

  3. Amend its existing system of maintenance if required in consultation with RAWO

  4. All are correct

26. Corrective maintenance as a result of pilot reported defect is:

a) Scheduled maintenance b) Un-scheduled maintenance

c) May be either of the two d) All are correct

27. A/C system reliability will be measured by:

  1. No of pilot reported defects

  2. No of confirmed failure

  3. No of pilot reports for 1000 flight hours

  4. None

29. Reliability displays are prepared by:

  1. Scheduled operators / every month

  2. All operators / Quarterly

  3. Schedule/Non schedule operators / monthly

  4. None

30. Reliability display should summarize experience of

a) One year b) Two years c) 2 to 3 years d) None of these

19. Defect may be defined as:

  1. Condition which preclude the item from its intended function

  2. Condition arising due to any cause which would preclude it from its intended function

  3. Condition arising due to any cause other than damage which would result in precluding it from intended function and also reduce the service life

  4. None of the above

20. Task / Work carried out to ensure continued airworthiness of aircraft?

a) Servicing b) Inspection c) Overhaul d) Maintenance

21. Restoration of a component to its Airworthiness condition to ensure compliance of design specification is:

a) Rectification b) Repair c) Major repair

d) A & B are correct

22. A person, organization or enterprise engaged in or offering to engage in aircraft operation:

a) Approved Organization b) Operator c) Scheduled operator d) None of the above

23. Organization approved by DGCA to carry out maintenance of aircraft and aircraft components is:

a) AMO b) A-O c) Agency d) (a) & (b) are correct

24. Aircraft Fleet

  1. Two or more aircraft of a particular type

  2. Three or more aircraft of a particular type

  3. No. of aircraft of a particular type / model

  4. All the above

25. Defect reporting and investigation procedure as described in CAR Sec-2 Series “C” is applicable to

a) All AOS b) All AMO's c) All operators and AMO’s

d) All operators

26. The following are required to investigated

a) All defects b) All major defects

c) All defects resulted in delay of service more 15 min.

d) All defects resulting in engineering incidents

27. Initial information shall be provided in case of

  1. All defects on scheduled flight

  2. All major defects, defects requiring major repair or are of serious nature

  3. As in B shall be intimated telephonically to RAWO

  4. As in B shall be intimated with 24 hours

28. A written information shall follow “Initial information” with in:

a) 7 days b) 24 hours c) Three working days

d) B and C are correct for scheduled/ Non-Scheduled operator

29. Each repetitions of defect shall be considered as defect for the purpose of:

a) Computing reliability index b) As in (A) for scheduled operator

c) As in B provided rectification was attempted

d) All are true statements for all operators

30. All defects reported on aircraft shall be reviewed every after

  1. Daily reviewed by scheduled operator

  2. Quarterly reviewed by scheduled operator

  3. Six monthly by others operators

  4. None of the above

31. Review of the defects reported on fleet of training aircraft to be carried out at:

  1. Period approved by DGCA

  2. Period fixed by operator in consolation of RAWO

  3. Daily review shall be carried out

  4. Not specified

32. Mark correct statement

a) All defects on scheduled operators aircraft shall be reported to RAWO

b) All major defects and all defects resulting in delay to scheduled service shall be reported to RAWO

c) As in B by scheduled operator d) As in B by all operators

33. Supervision of investigation of defects on scheduled transport aircraft shall be by:

a) Senior tech. Officer approved by RAWO

  1. Technical Officer approved by QCM

  2. Senior Tech. Officer approved by QCM

  3. Senior Tech. Person approved by DGCA

34. Investigation of every major defect shall be completed with in

a) Four months b) 30 days c) Three months d) Six months

35. Final investigation report shall be submitted to:

a) RAWO/Duplicate b) DGCA / Duplicate c) RAWO / Triplicate

d) DGCA

36. Disciplinary action against erring person subsequent to investigation of defect shall be taken in consultation with

a) QCM b) RAWO c) DGCA d) None

37. Corrective actions on final investigation report shall be intimated to:

a) RAWO b) DGCA c) RAWO and DGCA HQ (DAW)

d) Manufacturer

38. Investigation results of all defects shall be analyzed once in:

a) Six months b) 15 days c) Four months d) Three months

39. Corrective action against weakness detected after analyzing investigation results shall be initiated under intimation to:

a) DGCA b) Manufacturer c) QCM d) RAWO

40. All defects or occurrences causing service difficulties or resulting in adverse effect on

airworthiness shall be reported to:

a) RAWO/Within 7 days b) DGCA / Three months

c) Manufactures / 15 days d) Manufactures / 7 days

41. The following AAC deal with fleet performance and Engineering statistics

a) AAC 8/2001 b) AAC 5/2003 c) AAC 5/2000 d) None

42. Aerial work operator shall prepare fleet performance and engineering statistics once in:

a) Every Month b) Three Months c) Two Months

d) None

43. Components associated with major defect shall be preserved for

  1. Two weeks from the intimation of defects

  2. One year from intimation of defect

  3. Three months from intimation of defect

  4. None of the above

44. In-flight instrument reading of public transport aircraft is recorded in

a) JLB b) Flight Report c) Aircraft Log Book d) Flight Book

45. In-flight instrument reading shall be recorded once in:

a) Each Sector b) Each sector under cruise condition

c) In all emergency conditions and also during un-usual parameters observation

d) As in B and C

46. Defects observed by the Flight crew in a public transport aircraft is recorded in:

a) Defect Register b) Flight Report c) JLB d) None

47. PDR of public transport aircraft shall be examined before releasing aircraft for flight after

each Sector by:

a) QCM b) Chief of inspection

c) AMEs Certifying for release of aircraft for flight

d) As in A and C

48. Defects observed on aircraft other than public transport aircraft shall be recorded in:

a) JLB b) Flight Report c) PDR of approved Flight report

d) Defect Register

49. Defects observed on a/c other than public transport aircraft while flying away from the base may be recorded in

a) Col X of JLB b) Col XI of JLB

c) As in B for ultimate transfer of defects to register

d) In flight report

50. Analytical study of in-flight instrument reading of turbo-jet aircraft used for public transport operation will give

  1. In-Service deterioration of engine

  2. IN-service deterioration of engine and aircraft system

  3. As in (B) so that timely corrective action can be taken

  4. As in (C) to ensure continued airworthiness of aircraft

51. Recorded in flight parameters of turbo-jet engine shall be evaluated?

a) Every month b) Every Quarter

c) Every Quarter against alert values

d) Every month against alert values

52. The relationship between fuel flow and TAS will determine

  1. Performance of Air Frame

  2. Performance of Power Plant

  3. Deterioration of Engine

  4. All the above

53. Maintenance control reliability programme is applicable to:

a) All operator b) all transport aircraft operator

c) All scheduled airline d) None

54. Colleting information from various sources to determine reliability trends of system/components/ structure of scheduled airlines is the responsibilities of

a) RAWO b) AW Directorate c) RMU

d) Operator

55. Which one is the primary source of information for reliability control?

  1. Un-scheduled removal

  2. Pilot reports

  3. Confirmed failure

  4. All the above

60. Reliability displays are prepared for:

  1. Every Month

  2. Every month covering the operating experience for last 3 months

c) Every Quarterly d) Every previous month

26. Unscheduled maintenance consists of

  1. Corrective maintenance introduced as a result of pilot reported defects

  2. Includes corrective maintenance as a result of other inspection findings

  3. Routine maintenance schedules introduced by the pilot only

  4. Both A&B

27. Parts / components associated with major defects should be preserved

  1. Four weeks from the date of intimation

  2. For 8 weeks from the date of intimation

  3. Two weeks from the date of intimation

  4. Incase of confirmed major defect components within 3 months

28. Major defect classified in group-I includes

  1. Engine shut down during flight because of fame out

  2. Defect related to landing gear ext. & retraction

  3. Fine during flight

  4. False fix warning during flight

29. FRC should be revalidated if

  1. If aircraft is delayed for more than 1 hour due to intoxicated flight crew member

  2. Engine suffers IFSD because of flame out

  3. Engine suffers IFSD with external damage to the engine

  4. Aircraft tyre bursts on landing

32. In case of major defect

  1. It shall be intimated immediately on telephone to RAWO within 24 hours of the occurrence

  2. Non-scheduled operators within three days of the occurrence of the defect

  3. in case of defects reported at out stations complete details of defects within maximum period of three days

  4. As at a), b) & c) & progress report must be rendered to RAWO every month

33. The records/components associated with defect to be preserved

  1. All records associated with defects and rectification action shall be preserved for one year

  2. Components associated with the major defects shall be preserved for a period of two weeks from the date of intimation of defect

  3. Components, if required by the RAWO/Sub-RAWO to be preserved longer

  4. All correct

34. After major defect rectification

a) Flight test to be carried out b) FRC to be revalidated

c) Only “A” is correct d) Both A & B correct

35. Instruments indication from an aircraft will give

  1. System functions

  2. Proper rectification of defects observed by the crew and reported by crew

  3. Effective monitoring of aircraft performance

  4. All correct

36. Reading of instruments should be made

  1. Each sector under stabilized cruise condition

  2. In case of emergency conditions of flight

  3. Flight sector of short duration, if unable to obtain the stabilized condition recording of parameter reading is omitted unless unusual parameter observed during climb and decent

  4. All correct




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