A process of discovering and identifying the pertinent information relating to the nature of a specific job is called
Which of the following hand-motion belongs to 'Therblig' in motion study')
1. Unavoidable delay
Select the correct answer from the codes given below:
Assertion (A): Job enrichment increases the job satisfaction of the employee.
Reason (R): The jobs of wireman and lineman doing indoor and outdoor works respectively can be integrated for better results.
Match List-I (Charts) with List-II (Details) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:
Procedure of modifying work content to give more meaning and enjoyment to the job by involving employees in planning, organization and control of their work, is termed as
Assertion (A): SIMO chart reveals the deficiencies in the motion pattern of the process chart.
Reason (R): SIMO chart and operator processes chart yield the same results.
A systematic job improvement sequence will consist of:
(i) Motion Study
(ii) Time Study
(iii) Job Enrichment
(iv) Job Enlargement
An optimal sequence would consist of:
Match List-I (Study) with List-II (Related factors) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:
Which one of the following statements is correct?
Standard time is obtained from normal time by adding the policy allowance and
Standard time = Normal time + PDA Allowances
Repetitive fast speed activities can be effectively analyzed by taking photograph at
A time standard for a data entry clerk is to be set. A job is rated at 120 percent, it takes 30 seconds to enter each record and the allowances are 15%. What is the normal time?
Determination of standard time in complex job system is best done through
If in a time study, the observed time is 0.75 min, rating factor = 110% and allowances are 20% of normal time, then what is the standard time?
Normal time = Observed Time × Rating Factor = 0.75 ×1.1 = 0.825 min
Standard time = Normal Time × (1 + % age allowance)
= 0.825 × (1 + 0.20) = 0.99 minutes
Standard time is:
Normal time = Actual time × Rating factor
Standard time = Normal time + Allowances
In time study, the rating factor is applied to determine
In time study, the rating factor is applied to determine merit rating of the worker.
The standard time of an operation has been calculated as 10 min. The worker was rated at 80%. If the relaxation and other allowances were 25%, then the observed time would be:
Observed time = (Standard time + Allowances) × Rating of worker
= 10 × (1 + 0.25) × 0.8 = 10
Match List-I (Charts) with List-II (Operations/Information) using the codes given below the lists:
Consider the following objectives:
1. To train the individual regarding motion economy.
2. To assist in research projects in the field of work study.
3. To help in the collection of Motion Time data.
Objectives 1 and 3 are true for Micromotion study.
MTM is a work measurement technique by:
MTM (Methods-time measurement) is based on use of standard time for work elements that have been predetermined from long periods of observation and analysis.
Which one of the following is NOT a work measurement technique?
Which one of the following is not a technique under Predetermined Motion Time System (PMTS)?
Consider the following steps:
1. Method time measurement
2. Work sampling
3. Work factor system.
PMTS (Predetermined motion time systems) in work study would include:
Which one of the following statements is not correct?
Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:
Work study involves
Motions of limbs are through
What is the correct sequence in descending order of motion in terms of time of fatigue involved?
A SIMO chart should be used with
Match List-I (Type of Chart) with List-II (Definition) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:
A graphical representation of the coordinated activities (i.e., fundamental motions) of an operator's body members, on a common time scale is known as
Consider the following statements:
Method study is carried out to achieve
1. The most effective use of plant and equipment.
2. The most effective use of human efforts.
3. Evaluation of human work.
Which of the statements given above are correct?