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Friday, 15 February 2013

Typist Clerk Exam Training 2013


HISTORY OF TYPEWRITER

1. The typewriter was invented in the year ------------ by a Britisher
(1714, William Henry Mill)
2. The universal Key Board came into effect in 1986.
3. The Remington company was manufactured the first Typewriter in the year 1976.
4. The various kinds of key boards are --------- (Dummy, Universal, Blank, Fractional, Ideal)
5. Devanagari (Hindi) Typewriter will have --------- keys by which we can type ------------ letters and symbol signs (46, 92)
6. The Government of India have approved a Devanagari Standard Typewriter in the year of --------- (1962)
KINDS AND PURPOSES OF A TYPEWRITER
7. There are ----------- kinds of Typewriters namely ----- and -----
(Three) (Ordinary, Noiseless, Electrical)
8. There are two kinds of Typewriters viz. ------- and ----------
(Standard and Portable)
9. The purpose of the Typewriter is to type ------ and -----
(Neatly, fastly, accurately)
10. The typewriter reduces -------- and --------strain
(Physical, Mental)
11. They Typewriter serves as a substitute to ----- and -------
(Printing, handwriting)
12. The Typewriter saves ------- and ---- (time, energy)
13. ------------size typewriters are useful for camp purpose (Portable)


PARTS OF A TYPEWRITER
CARRIAGE
14. The upper portion of the machine which moves while typing is called --------- (Carriage)
15. The carriage moves from right to left when ------- or ----------- is operated (Space bar, character key, tabulator bar, carriage release lever)
16. Portable machine will be fitted only with ------ size of carriage (Foolscap)
17. The carriage moves from left to right when operating --- and --
(Back spacer, linespace and carriage returning lever)
18. Carriage rack travels on the --------- wheel (Pinion)
19. The different length of carriage are----- (Foolscap 100, Draft 120, Brief 140, Police 180, Manifest 225, Ex-manifest 285)
20.There are different sizes of typewriters. They are ---- (Foolscap, Brief, Policy, Manifest)

CYLINDER
21. There are different kinds of cylinders. They are
(Hard, Soft, Medium)
22. The Hard Cylinder is used for ----- (Stencil cutting)
23. The Medium Cylinder is used for --- (Ordinary Typing)
24. The Soft cylinder is used in ----- as ------- (Duplicator, impression roller)
25. Hard Cylinders are used in Typewriter when taking ---- of copies or when --- (more number, cutting stencil)
26. The cylinder is covered by ---- (Hardened India Rubber_
27. The cylinder are round to ----- the paper properly and to receive ------ impression on the paper at a time (Feed, One)
28. Generally in Office and Institutions ------ cylinder are used (Medium)
29. There are --------- thumb wheels on -----– end of the carriage (Two, either)
30. They are useful for --------- the paper into the typewriter and for ------- the paper out of the typewriter (Feeding, taking)
31. If the line space lever or carriage returning lever is broken while typing the paper can be taken to the next line by the use of ------------- (Thumb wheel)
32. By using --------- we can rotate the cylinder in either direction (Thumb wheel)

LINE SPACE ADJUSTING LEVER OR LINE SPACE AND CARRIAGE RETURNING LEVER

33. The line space lever does -------- duties. Viz---------
(two, bring the carriage to the left margin and turns the paper to the next writing line)
34. The line space pawl rotates the ------ to effect -------- spacing
(Ratchet wheel, proper line)
35. The line spacing lever can also be called ------------ (Carriage returning lever)
36. Normally there are ------ positions on the line space indicator for -------- line------------ & --------- (Three, Single, Double, Trible)
PAPER BAIL WITH RUBBER ROLLERS
37. The rod with ----- rubber roller is called---- (Two, Paper Bail)
38. Paper bail hold the paper around the ------ (Cylinder)
39. Paper Bail prevents the ------- from ---------- in the air (Paper, fluttering)
MARGINAL STOPS
40. There are -------- marginal stops (Two)
41. The Marginal Stops are used for fixing the ----- and ------margin (Left, Right)
42. The Marginal stops are fixed on the ----- (Marginal Rack)
43. The left marginal stop protects the ------- (left margin)
44. The right marginal stop :
(a)Stops the carriage at --------- end (right)
(b)Effects -------- mechanism (line lock)
(c) Gives ---- warning at line end (bell)



CARD HOLDERS
45. There are ---------card holders -----of the ------ (two, by the side, Type guide)
46. These are helpful for --- any --------- around the cylinder (holding, thick card)
47. The holes in card holders are meant for drawing the ----- and ----- lines on the paper (horizontal, vertical)
48. This enables typing upto the ------ of the card (bottom edge)

VARIABLE LINE SPACER (PUSH BUTTON)

49. This is the ----situated in the ------- of the ------ thumb wheel
(Knob, Middle, Left)
50. This is used for rotating the ------ to any ------- of the line space (cylinder, fraction)
51. The variable line spacer is used for looking the -------- line position in ----- typing (correct, insertion)
52. When the variable line spacer is used the Cylinder will rotate --------- (freely)
RATCHET DETENT OR DETENT RELEASE LEVER (LINE SPACE DISENGAGING LEVER
53. Detent release lever is situated in the ------- side of the carriage in between the ------- and -------- (left, cylinder, left thumb wheel)
54. The detent release lever is helpful for typing on --- or ----- formula (rules, chemical, mathematical)
55. There are ------ release levers at either end of the -------- (two, carriage)
56. The release lever is one of the -------- parts to be cleaned with --------leather (nickel, chamois)
57. Carriage release levers are fitted by the side of the -------- (Thumb wheel)




FEED ROLLERS
58. There are ------- of feed rollers (two sets)
59. They are situated ------ the ----- (below, cylinder)
60. They help the ------ of the paper (proper feeding)
61. The feed rollers push the ------ from below the -------- to the ---- (Paper, cylinder, writing line)
62. The feed rollers are controlled by the -------- and -------- (feed roll release lever, feed roll springs)
63. The feed rollers press the paper closely against the ----- and help ------- feeding of paper (cylinder, proper)
64. The feed roll release lever is situated in between the ------ and the -------- (cylinder, right thumb wheel)
LINE SPACE PAWL
65. The small -------- attached to the ---------- is called the line space pawl (hook, line space lever)
66. It acts on the -------- to effect line space movement (Ratchet)
PAPER TABLE
67. The paper rest on the --------- (paper table)
68. Paper table is also called as ----- (paper shelf)
PAPER SIDE GUIDE
69. The paper guide is useful for ------- uniform--------margin on all sheets (getting, left)
70. ------------ helps to get uniform left margin on all conservative sheets (paper guide or marginal guide)
71. The paper guide is found on the ---------- side of the --------- (left, paper table)
72. The paper guide can be used for increasing or decreasing the -------- margin (left)
KEY BOARD
73. The front portion of the machine containing all the ------- keys are called keyboard (Characters)
74. The arrangement of the key board in all makes of English Typewriter is ---------- and it is called ------- (uniform, Universal Key Board)
75. There are three kinds of Key Boards
1. Universal Standard Key Board
2. Ideal Key Board
3. Scientific Key Board
76. Type ------ is called the Master type to judge the alignment of other letters (N or H)
77. There are --------- character keys for Halda & Remington Rand Typewriter (44) Facit (45)
78. The little fingers of the right and left hands are called ------- fingers (Guide fingers)
79. The long bar in front of the key board is called ------- (space bar)
80. The latest model key board is called ------- key board ( Universal)
81. The keys ------ are home keys (ASDF ;LKJ)
82. ----------- characters are obtained while typing (Printed)
83. Name four non character keys in the key board.
(Shift keys, shift lock key, space bar, back space key)
84. ----------- and --------- are called guide keys (a&;)
85. -------- is not arranged alphabetically( key board)
DEAD KEY
86. The dead key makes ---------- on the paper but the ------- does not move (impression, carriage)
87. The dead key is provided in ---------- typewriters (malayalam, Hindi & Tamil)
MARGIN RELEASER OR MARGIN RELEASE KEY
88. This is a big key on the top -------- side of the -------
(right, Key board)
89. This is used for --------- a word on the right side or for typing ----------- notes on the left side (completing, marginal)
90. --------- is used to type beyond the right and left marginal stops (marginal releaser)


TYPE HEADS
91. The commonly used type heads are -------- and ------
(Pica, Elite)
92. Pica is ----- letters to an --------- (ten, inch)
93. Elite is --------- letters to an ------- (12, inch)
94. the other type heads are (Gothic, Script, Italics, Pinpoint)
BACK SPACER
95.The back spacer enables the movement of the carriage --------- to ---------- (left, right)
96.Back spacer is a ---- key as it does not given any impression on the paper (Non-character or character less)
RIBBONS
97. There are -------- kinds of ribbons (Two)
98. They are ------ and ------ (Record, Copying)
99. In bicolour ribbon the red portion should always be at the -------- (bottom)
100. The normal legth of the ribbon is ----- and the width is ----------- (12 yards or 10 metres, ½ or 13mm)
101. The two other kinds of record ribbons are --- and ---- (cotton and silk)
102. Cotton ribbon leaves --------- impression on paper (smudgy)
103. Silk ribbon leaves --- impression on paper (crisp)

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