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CAR M for DGCA paper 1

Section A of CAR-M is given for;


Procedure for DGCA
Technical requirement
Both 1&2
Section B of CAR-M is given for;
Procedure for DGCA
Technical requirement
Both 1&2
Subpart C of CAR M;
Maintenance standards
Continuing airworthiness
Maintenance organization
Only 3 is correct
Subpart G of CAR M;
Maintenance standards
Continuing airworthiness
Maintenance organization
CAMO
Subpart I of CAR M;
Maintenance standards
Continuing airworthiness
CAMO
ARC
M.A. in CAR-M is the requirement of
Section A of CAR-M
Section B of CAR-M
Both 1 & 2
Requirements of section B of CAR-M are
given in the form of;
AMC
M.A.
M.B.
G.M.
Rule 50A of the Aircraft Rules 1937
stipulates;
The conditions necessary for making the

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C of A in force
As in 1+ is ensured by the issue of C of A
As in 2+ a/c is subjected to annual ARC
for the purpose
None
Requirements of CAR-M is harmonized
with;
EASA part M
FAR part M
Both 1 & 2
CAR M is applicable to;
All operators of Indian registered aircraft
except private a/c
compliance also depends upon the size of
the organization
as in 1 + who has their own maintenance
of a/c.
all are correct
CAR-M establishes common technical
requirements for ensuring the continuing
airworthiness of aircraft & components,
which are;
Indian registered a/c
Foreign registered a/c operated by India
Either of the above
MTCS;
Maintenance includes pre-flight
inspection.
According to CAR M light a/c is complex
motor powered a/c
Light a/c includes airship designed for
carrying three occupants.
All the above are incorrect
When the aircraft is leased, the
responsibilities of the owner are
transferred to the lessee if;
lessee is stipulated on the registration
document

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detailed in the leasing contract
Either of the above
MTCS;
PIC is responsible for pre flight inspection
In the case of commercial air transport,
this must be done by licenced AME.
As in 2 + operator shall be responsible
for the satisfactory accomplishment of
the pre-flight inspection
All the above
If the owner of an aircraft contracts the
continuing airworthiness task to CAMO,
responsibility for the proper
accomplishment of these tasks are given
to;
Owner
CAMO
AMO
None
If the owner makes a limited contract
with CAMO, then
Responsibility for the development and
approval of maintenance programme is
transferred to CAMO
Responsibility for the development and
approval of maintenance programme
rests with owner only.
Limited contract cannot be established
with CAMO
All are incorrect
In the case of commercial air transport
the operator shall be;
Approved in subpart G of CAR M, as a
part of certificate of registration
Approved in accordance with CAR-145 or
contract such an organization
Both are correct
As in 3 + operator is responsible for the
continuing airworthiness of the aircraft.

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In case for other than commercial air


transport, if the operator is required by
DGCA to hold a certificate for commercial
operations;
Must be Approved in M.A. Subpart G, for
CAMO
Shall be approved in accordance with
M.A. Subpart F or CAR-145, or contract
such organizations
Both are correct
When the continuing airworthiness of the
aircraft is managed by CAMO, for indirect
approval of a/c maintenance program;
Amendments are submitted to DGCA local
office at least 15 days before their
affectivity
Indirect approval procedure shall be
established in CAME.
both are correct
there is no provision for indirect approval
large aircraft;
can be maintained under maintenance
steering group logic;
as in 1 or under condition monitoring
a/c maintenance programme includes
reliability programme
all are correct
entry about the issue of CRS shall be
made;
Within 40 days after the day of
maintenance action
Within 30 days after the day of
maintenance action
As in 1 + it should be made in aircraft
continuing airworthiness records
Only 2 is incorrect
aircraft continuing airworthiness records
shall be control by;
owner

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lessee
either of the above
none
MTIS;
all detailed maintenance records of a/c
shall be preserved atleast for 24 months
total time and flight cycles of a/c shall be
preserved atleast for 24 months
the current status of airworthiness
directives shall be preserved atleast for
12 months
details of current modifications and
repairs of vital component are preserved
for 12 months after permanently
withdrawn
the time and flight cycles, since last
scheduled maintenance of the component
subjected to a service life limit, shall be
preserved ;
until the component scheduled
maintenance has been superseded by
another scheduled maintenance of
equivalent scope
at least 12 months
at least 24 months
none of the above
aircraft technical log is retained for;
24 months from the last entry made
therein
36 months after the a/c permanently
withdrawn from service
12 months from the last entry made
therein
None
when an aircraft is permanently
transferred from one owner or operator
to another, the responsibility of retention
of records rests with;
old owner/ operator

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new owner/ operator


as in 2 + the CAMO which has been
contracted for continuing airworthiness
management
all the above
components in satisfactory condition;
released on CA from 1
indentified according to CAR 21 Subpart
Q
both 1 & 2
either 1 & 2
maintenance of a component installed in
the a/c is performed;
in accordance with a/c maintenance data
by an A rated organisation approved
accordance with Section A, Subpart F of
CAR-M or CAR 145
this type of component maintenance
doesnt require the issue of CA form 1
all are correct
overhaul of engines and propellers for
aircraft CS-VLA can be performed by;
certifying staff in compliance with the
DGCA Aircraft Maintenance Licence
requirements
this maintenance doesnt require the
issuance of CA form 1
both are correct
A component shall be considered
unserviceable, if;
Expiry of the service life limit
Non-compliance with the applicable
airworthiness directives
Evidence of defects or malfunctions
All the above
Organization approved under subpart F of
CAR M, prepares a manual for the
guidance of their staff, called;

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Maintenance organization Exposition
Continuing Airworthiness Maintenance
Exposition
Maintenance Organisation Manual
Either 1 or 3
An application for issue of maintenance
organisation approval shall be ;
Made on CA form 3
Requirements for this is given in subpart
G of CAR M
Under this approval a simple fabrication
can be done as per the procedure
identified in the maintenance organisation
manual
All the above
MTCS( for subpart F approved
organisation);
Accountable manager are accepted under
CA form 4
As in 1 + name of other nominated post
holders are also given under CA form 4
As in 2+ this nominated post holder shall
directly report to Accountable manager
None is correct
Maintenance organisation can take work
from temporarily sub-contracted staff ;
In case higher than normally expected
contracted work
For personnel not issuing a CRS.
Both 1 & 2
the organisation may issue a limited
certifying staff authorisation to the
aircraft commander for carrying out;
repetitive pre-flight airworthiness
directive
as in 1 + which specifically states that the
flight crew may carry out such
airworthiness directive
as in 2+ for the purpose they should

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have flight crew licence


as in 3 + sufficient practical training must
be given to such person
MOM should be approved by;
DGCA (Regional Office)
As in 1+ minor amendments to the
manual may be approved through indirect
approval
As in 2+ amendments are submitted to
DGCA local office at least 15 days before.
All the above is incorrect, MOM & its
amendments is approved by DGCA hqrs
For subpart F organisation, When the a/c
is grounded other than the main base,
one off authorisation may be given to
to one of the employees of contracted
MO holding equivalent type authorisations
on aircraft of similar construction &
system.
to any person having atleast 05 years
exp. and type rated ICAO AME licence, if
no MO is there.
Either of the above
As in 3+ it must be reported to DGCA
within 07 days of the issuance of such
certification authorisation.
At the completion of all required aircraft
maintenance an aircraft CRS shall be
issued according to;
M.A.601
M.A.901
M.A.801
None
At the completion of all required
component maintenance, component CRS
shall be issued;
according to M.A.801
according to M.A.802
for both 1 &2

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as in 3 + component CRS is issued on CA
form 1
CA Form 1 shall be issued for
Component maintained by A class rated
organisation
components fabricated in accordance
with point M.A.603(b)
overhauling of engine of CS-VLA
None
MTIS;
Subpart F organisation are not required
to provide a copy of each CRS to the
aircraft owner.
subpart F organisation shall retain a copy
of all maintenance records and any
associated maintenance data for three
years
Where an AMO terminates its operation,
all retained maintenance records covering
the last two years shall be distributed to
the present owner or customer
CA Form 1 may be generated from a
computer database.
A person carrying out ARC, for
commercial a/c above 2730 kg MTOM
shall have;
05 years experience in continuing
airworthiness
appropriate DGCA AME licence or 05
years of experience in continuing
airworthiness
formal aeronautical maintenance training
all the above
A person carrying out ARC, for balloons
shall have;
05 years experience in continuing
airworthiness
Only appropriate DGCA AME licence or 04
years of experience in continuing

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airworthiness
Both are correct
none
Airworthiness review staff;
Are nominated by CAMO
Are issued with an authorisation by CAMO
As in 1 + formally accepted by the DGCA
All the above
The record maintained for all
airworthiness review staff
Preserved for 01 years
Contains continuing airworthiness
management experience and training and
a copy of the Authorisation
As in 1 + after the airworthiness review
staffs have left the organisation.
Except 2, all are wrong
In case of commercial air transport, when
the operator is not approved to CAR 145;
operator shall establish a written
maintenance contract between the
operator and a CAR 145 approved
organisation
in this case maintenance is ultimately
carried out by a subpart F approved
maintenance organisation
this contracts are approved by DGCA
only 2 is incorrect
airworthiness review can be expected to
complete within;
maximum 60 days
maximum 90 days
maximum 30 days
none
MTIS;
Airworthiness review tasks shall not be
sub-contracted
A copy of any ARC for an aircraft shall be

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sent to State of Registry within 15 days
all required markings and placards are
properly installed are ensured during
physical survey of the aircraft
all are correct
CAMO may;
manage the continuing airworthiness of
non-commercial air transport a/c
manage the continuing airworthiness of
commercial air transport aircraft
arrange to carry out limited continuing
airworthiness tasks with any contracted
organisation
all the above
CAMO manage the continuing
airworthiness of commercial air transport
aircraft when listed on;
its approval certificate
its Air Operator Certificate (AOC)
either of the above
both (1) & (2)
an ARC can be extended by;
CAMO
CAMO but only when ARC is issued by
CAMO
DGCA
Both 2 & 3 are correct
MTCS;
Quality system shall monitor M.A. Subpart
G activities.
records of these monitoring activities
shall be stored for at least 02 years
Subpart G quality system is monitored by
quality manager
All are correct

quality system may be replaced by


regular organisational reviews
as in 1 + without taking any approval for
this purpose
if organisation issues ARC for a/c above
2730 kg MTOM other than balloons,
quality system is must
all the above
CAMO shall retain a copy of all records
ARC and extended ARC
As in 1+ until 02 years after the a/c has
been permanently withdrawn from
service.
Where a CAMO terminates its operation,
all records are discarded
All are correct
After receipt of notification of findings, a
corrective action plan is demonstrate to
the satisfaction of DGCA within;
07 days for level 1findings
30 days for level 2 findings
Both are correct
As in 3 + this plan will also contain root
cause of this findings

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In the case of a small organisation not


managing the continuing airworthiness of
a/c used in commercial air transport;

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