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Unpredictable circumstances may negate (Arun) the usefulness of this standard in specific

instances.
Which preclude the issuance of interpretations by individual volunteers.
Instantaneously = immediately
Substantially = significantly
Conventionally
Dear Sir,
My name is V.S.Naidu residing in Singapore and working my 4 colleagues had come
for training to Hongkong on December 2nd 2007 and returned to Mumbai on
March1st 2008. At the Indian airport one of my colleague was caught by 2 custom
officers as he was carrying 8 watches, that he had bought for his family and
relatives.The custom officers fined him Indian rupees 1000 and they told him you can
carry only 1 watch.My colIeague had no gold or silver items wid him neither he had
any electrical appliances.I want to know that as per the INDIAN CUSTOM RULES a
person staying abroad for 3 months can bring back only 1 watch with him?if that's
the case he cant even get watches for his own family?We 5 of us have come back to
Hongkong as our training got extended on March 8 2008 and will be returning on
June 7 2008, We don't want to face any kind of difficulty this time when we return to
India in June, so could you please give me your feedback on my above querry and i
would also want to know what's our limit on cameras and laptops.Sorry for all the
trouble.Thank you very much for all your help.

PAPER ONE
1.
d

2.
b
9.
13. b
16.
20. d
23.
27. c
30.

6.
8.

15. c
22. a
29. b
PAPER TWO
1.
b

2.
c
9.
13. c
16.
20. c
23.
27. b
30.

c
a
d

15. c
22. d
29. d

PAPER THREE
1.
d
6.

2.
c

4.

5.

11. d

12. a

18. b

19. a

25. d

26. d

4.

5.

11. b

12. b

18. c

19. b

25. c

26. c

4.

5.

6.
8.

3.
c
10.
14. b
17.
21. c
24.
28. b
7.

3.
d
10.
14. b
17.
21. b
24.
28. b

7.
d
b
c
b

a
7.

3.
b

8.

15. d
22. d
29. c

9.
13. b
16.
20. d
23.
27. d
30.

PAPER FOUR
1.
c
6.
8.
b
13.
15. c
20.
22. c
27.
29. a
PAPER FIVE
1.
a
8.

15. a
22. a
28. a
PAPER SIX
1.
b

2.
a
9.
d
16.
a
23.
a
30.

2.
6.
d
9.
13. d
16.
20. c
23.
27. b
29.

2.
6.
b
8.
c
9.
13. c
15. a
16.
20. c
22. a
23.
27. a
29. d
30.
PAPER SEVEN
1.
c
2.
6.
d

d
d
d

10. d
14. d
17. b
21. d
24. c
28. b

11. d

12. d

18. d

19. a

25. d

26. d

3.
7.
b
10.
14. c
17.
21. c
24.
28. d

4.

5.

11. b

12. d

18. a

19. c

25. c

26. c

4.

5.

11. d

12. d

18. d

19. d

25. a

26. b

4.

5.

11. d

12. c

18. a

19. c

25. b

26. a

4.

5.

b
a
b
d

b
d
a
b

3.
7.
b
10.
14. d
17.
21. b
24.

c
b
b
b

30. b

3.
7.
d
10.
14. c
17.
21. c
24.
28. b

a
d
7.

3.
b

8.

15. b
22. a
29. a

9.
13. b
16.
20. c
23.
27. c
30.

b
a
a

10. a
14. a
17. c
21. d
24. a
28. a

11. d

12. d

18. a

19. c

25. d

26. c

PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS
1. Tensile Strength.
Hardness.
5.Brittleness.
9.0.2%
Impurities.
13. Smaller/Thinner.
16.Martensite.
19.Tempering.

2. Ductility.

3. Toughness.

6. Elasticity.
10. Cracking.

7. Increase.
11. Increase.

4.
8. Ductility.

14. Corrosion.
15.Increase....Decrease
17.Pearlite.
18. Cooling....Carbon.
20. Hardness....Toughness.

12.