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IGBC Accredited ProfessionalExam © Confederation of Indian Industry IGBC Accredited Professional Exam  Section I   : Green Building Design & Construction  Section II   : Building Standards & Codes  Section III  : IGBC Resources and Processes  Section IV   : Green Design Strategies & Impacts © Confederation of Indian Industry Sample Questions © Confederation of Indian Industry . Section I: Green Building Design & Construction  50 questions  Purpose of this section  To demonstrate candidate's general understanding of the green building design and construction industry as they relate to green building © Confederation of Indian Industry . Section I: Green Building Design & Construction  Sample Question 1 1. Oil grit separators are installed to: a) To filter oil in storm water run-of b) To capture storm water run-of from surface parking areas c) To recover oil spilling at site d) To mix oil with storm water Answer: a © Confederation of Indian Industry . Section I: Green Building Design & Construction  Sample Question 2 2.  The primary function of roof garden is: a) To reduce the storm water run-of b) To minimise the heat island efect c) To promote habitat d)  For energy efficiency Answer: b © Confederation of Indian Industry .   Best strategy for Heat Island Roof a) Tree Cover b) Open Grid pavers c) Grass Pavers d)  SRI between 29 & 64 e) All the above Answer: e © Confederation of Indian Industry .Section I: Green Building Design & Construction  Sample Question 3 3. Section I: Green Building Design & Construction  Sample Question 4 4. Green Consultant d) Plumbing e) All of the above Answer: e © Confederation of Indian Industry .  Who is responsible for green building a) Architect b) Owner c) MEP. Section II : Building Standards & Codes  15 questions  Purpose  To verify the candidate's understanding and knowledge on few of the local building standards and codes as they relate to environmental aspects © Confederation of Indian Industry . Section II : Building Standards & Codes  Sample Question 5 5.  The Energy Conservation Building Code (ECBC) is applicable to buildings or building complexes that have a connected load a) 100 kW or greater b) Lesser than 500 kW c) 800 kW or greater d) Lesser than 800 kW Answer: a © Confederation of Indian Industry . Section II : Building Standards & Codes  Sample Question 6 6.  The standard to be referred for  Erosion & Sedimentation Control measures is: a) ASHRAE b) ECBC c) IS d) NBC Answer: d © Confederation of Indian Industry .   Baselines for Fresh Air Ventilation a) ASHRAE 90.1 d) ASHRAE 189.Section II : Building Standards & Codes  Sample Question7 7.1 Answer: b © Confederation of Indian Industry .1 c) ASHRAE 52.1 b) ASHRAE 62. Section III : IGBC Resources and Processes  15 questions  Purpose  To test candidate's understanding of processes and resources related to IGBC programmes © Confederation of Indian Industry .   If a credit point has been denied for a project and the project team feels they have complied with the credit requirement.Section III : IGBC Resources and Processes  Sample Question 8 8. the project team a) Can write to the IGBC staf b) Cannot do anything c) Can appeal for review of the credit d) Can declare themselves of having achieved the credit Answer: c © Confederation of Indian Industry .   How many CIRs can a registered IGBC project apply.Section III : IGBC Resources and Processes  Sample Question 9 9. for free? a) 4 b) 2 c) 3 d) 1 Answer: b © Confederation of Indian Industry . Section III : IGBC Resources and Processes  Sample Question 10 10.  At what stage. IGBC conducts site visit? a) At the time of Registration b) Just before releasing the Preliminary Review c) Just before awarding the final rating d) After owner occupies Answer: c © Confederation of Indian Industry . Section IV: Green Design Strategies & Impacts  30 questions  Purpose  To evaluate understanding of green building strategies and the impact that they would result in.  The candidate is required to match the impact to a strategy provided © Confederation of Indian Industry .   Perform soil and climate analysis to determine the species of plants which will adapt best a) Improve erosion & sedimentation control b) Enhance the aesthetics c) Reduce water requirement for landscaping d) Reduce water consumption in fixtures Answer: c © Confederation of Indian Industry .Section IV: Green Design Strategies & Impacts  Sample Question 11 11.   Usage of salvaged materials are encouraged a) To enhance local economy b) Because it is cheaper than virgin materials c) Because of its high recycled content d) To reduce demand for virgin materials Answer: d © Confederation of Indian Industry .Section IV: Green Design Strategies & Impacts  Sample Question 12 12.   The intent of Commissioning Plan for Building equipment & systems is a) To ensure savings for the owner as envisaged in design b) Routine installation check c) Verify performance of systems d) None of the above Answer: a © Confederation of Indian Industry .Section IV: Green Design Strategies & Impacts  Sample Question 13 13.   For densely occupied areas. between 4’-6’ Answer: d © Confederation of Indian Industry .Section IV: Green Design Strategies & Impacts  Sample Question 14 14. at what height CO2 sensors are installed a) Below 3’ b) Above 6’ c) At outdoor AC duct d) At breathing level.   Standard for Water Fixtures a) ASHRAE b) NBC c) UPC d) PUC Answer: c © Confederation of Indian Industry .Section IV: Green Design Strategies & Impacts  Sample Question 15 15. © Confederation of Indian Industry .
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