Pakistan Affairs Mcqs 2014

Pakistan Affairs Mcqs 2014

Pakistan Affairs Mcqs 2014 
1. Sheikh Ahmad Sirhind was born at?
2. Number of Prime Ministers till 1958?
3. Ideology means?
4. Anjuman-e-Himayat Islami was established in?
5. Islam means to?
6. Which country opposed Pakistan’s membership of UN?
7. First Constituent Assembly of Pakistan address?
8. Who was presiding the meeting of Muslin League when it was decided that Muslim League will established?
9. Who was against Luckow Pact?
10. Reconstruction of Islamic Thought was written by?
11. Who wanted to become the joint Governor General of both India and Pakistan?
12. Mangla Dam is situated in which province?
13. First Student of Deoband?
14. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan Retired in?
15. Who was the PM of India at the time of Tashkent Declaration?
16. Altah Hussain Hali has written “Hayat-e-Jawaid” on?
17. First Martial Law was imposed by?
18. Who dissolved the first constituent assembly of Pakistan?
19. The largest concrete dam in the world?

Pakistan Affairs Mcqs 2014

General Knowledge Mcqs for Public Service Commission Exam

General Knowledge Mcqs For Public Service Commission Exam

General Knowledge Mcqs for Public Service Commission Exam 
1) When All India Muslim League was founded in 1906, its rules and regulations were drafted by:
a) Nawab Viqar-ul-Mulk
b) Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk
c) Mualana Muhammad Ali Johar
d) Nawab Salimullah
2) Under which of the constitutional reforms, the British Government Introduced the system of “Indian Civil services” through competitive examination
a) Indian Council Act 1861
b) The Indian Councils Act 1892
c) Minto Morley Reforms 1909
d) Montague Chelmsford Reforms 1919
3) Which of the following decisions was taken in the First Round Table Conference 1930:
a) One third seats will be reserved for Muslim in the central legislature
b) There will be a federal form of Government in India
c) Sindh will be separated from Bombay
d) There will be a unitary form of Government
4) Sir Syed Ahmad khan established an institute in 1864, with the objective to translate the books from English to Urdu and Persian, known as
a) Aligarh institute
b) The Scientific Society
c) Muhammaden Educational Conference
d) Ghazipur Educational Society
5) The real founder of Dar-ul-Uloom “Deoband” was
a) Mualana Shabir Ahmad Usmani
b) Mualana Muhmood ul Hasan
c) Mualana Muhammad qasim Nanautvi
d) None of these
6) Under which Act was the Muslim demand of “Separate Electorate” first conceded by British government ?
a) The Indian Councils Act 1892
b) The Indian Council Act 1909
c) The Government of India Act 1919
d) The Government of India Act 1935
7) When did Quaid-e-Azam say “Hindi India and Muslim India parted and parted forever”?
a) When congress launched non-cooperation Movement in 1920
b) When congress rejected his proposed modification in Nehru Report 1928
c) After the failure of 3rd Round Table Conference
d) When the Lahore Resolution was passed
8) The committee which approved the “Objective Resolution 1949” was headed by
a) Mualana Ashraf Ali Thanvi
b) Mualana Shabir Ahmad Usmani
c) Chief Justice Mian Abdur Rashed
d) Maulvi Tamiz-ud-din khan
9) Siachen Glacier is located in
a) Hunza
b) Gilgit
c) Baltistan
d) Chitas
10) “Khyber Pass” connects Peshawar with
a) Kandhar
b) Kabul
c) Herat
d) Jalalabad
11) The first Governor of Punjab after independence was
a) Sir Robert Francis
b) Sir Douglas Gracy
c) Sir Frank Messervy
d) Abdul Rab Nishtar
12) Which of the following leaders was dubbed by Quaid-e-Azam as “Show boy of congress”
a) Dr. khan sahib
b) Khizer Hayat Tiwana
c) Abu al Kalam azad
d) Khan Ghaffar khan
13) Which of the following women participated in all three Round table Conferences
a) Begum Jahan Ara Shahnawaz
b) Begum Salma Tasaduq Hussain
c) Begum Shaista Ikramullah
d) Begum qazi Esa
14) Which of the following historical sites was discovered by John Marshall in 1922?
a) Kot Diji
b) Taxila
c) Mohenjo-Daro
d) Mahar Gargh
15) The first chief minister of Punjab after independence was
a) Mian Mumtaz Daultana
b) Malik Feroz khan Noon
c) Iftikhar Hussain Mamdot
d) Mian Amiruddin
16) Liaquat-Nehru Pact 1950 was signed to
a) Draw ceasefire in Kashmir
b) Transfer financial asserts to Pakistan
c) Protect the rights of minorities
d) Release the water of
17) In violation of Indus Basin Water Treaty 1960, India has constructed “ Baghlihar dam on river
a) Indus
b) Jhelum
c) Chenab
d) Neelum
18) Which of the following Mountain Peaks is
a) Gasherbrum II
b) Raka Poshi
c) Gasherbrum III
d) None of these
19) Who is to be considered to be the first poet of Punjabi
a) Bulleh Shah
b) Baba Farid Ganj Shakir
c) Ghawaja Ghulam Farid
d) Sultan Bahu
20) The first “Wafaqi Mohtasib” was:
a) Justice (R) Afzalullah
b) Justice (R) Abdul Qadir Chaudhari
c) Justice (R) Saradar Muhammad Iqbal
d) Justice (R) S.A Nusrat
21) The first Rocket launched by Pakistan space upper Atmosphere Research Commission ( SUPARCO) on June 7, 1962 was:
a) Rehbar
b) Badr
c) Shaheen
d) Khyber
22) Largest desert of Pakistan is:
a) Thar
b) Thal
c) Cholistan
d) Kharan
23) The first princely state to accede to Pakistan was:
a) Sawat
b) Hunza
c) Bahawalpur
d) Kalat
24) Quaid-e-Azam served Muslim League as president for
a) 15 years
b) 22 years
c) 28 years
d) 31 years
25) The national animal of Pakistan is:
a) Horse
b) Deer
c) Parrot
d) Markhor
26) The Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) consist of:
a) Five agencies
b) Six agencies
c) Seven agencies
d) Eight agencies
27) When first constitution was promulgated on 23 March, 1956, the Prime Minister of Pakistan was:
a) Muhammad Ali Bogra
b) Chaudhri Muhammad Ali
c) Khawaja Nazim-ud-din
d) Feroz khan Noon
28) The first Urdu newspaper (Daily) published after creation of Pakistan was
a) Mashriq
b) Imroze
c) Watan
d) Nawa-e-Waqat
29) Which of the following Muslim Countries vote against Pakistan’s admission into United Nation in 1947?
a) Iran
b) Iraq
c) Egypt
d) Afghanistan
30) After the creation of Pakistan first radio station was established at
a) Lahore
b) Karachi
c) Peshawar
d) Hyderabad
31) On July 9,1950 Pakistan became the member of
a) IMF
b) World Bank
c) Paris Club
d) ILO
32) The duration of national anthem of Pakistan is
a) 60 Seconds
b) 80 seconds
c) 100 seconds
d) 120 seconds
33) How many National Finance Commission Awards have been announced so far?
a) Six
b) Seven
c) Eight
d) Nine
34) The number of letters in Urdu language is:
a) 27
b) 37
c) 39
d) 42
35) Mir Chakar khan Rind is the famous poet of
a) Balochi.
b) Sindhi
c) Seraki
d) Pashto
36) “Reuters” is the famous news agency of
a) U.S.A
b) Britain
c) Russia
d) France
37) When the stock market is rising, it is called:
a) Upward tendency
b) Booming
c) Bullish
d) Bearish
38) 1 Metric ton is equal to:
a) 100kg
b) 500kg
c) 1000kg
d) 10000kg
39) The substances human body produce to fight against disease called:
a) Vaccines
b) Serums
c) Viruses
d) Antibodies
40) “Monometer” is an instrument for measuring:
a) Gaseous pressure
b) The luminous intensity of the sources of light
c) The strength of direct current
d) The relative density of milk
41) The term of office for the judges of International Court of Justice (ICJ) is
a) Three years
b) Five years
c) Seven years
d) Nine years
42) At the time of partition of India, the biggest princely state by area was:
a) Hyderabad (Daccan)
b) Jammu and Kashmir
c) Kathiawar
d) Junagarh
43) Which is contraband?
a) All Narcotics
b) Articles banned by a government
c) All smuggled materials
d) Goods which may assist an enemy in the conduct of a war
44) What is “Green Peace”?
a) A mountain range in North America
b) The largest island in the world
c) Geological society of London
d) An organization that stresses on the need of maintain a balance between human progress and conservation
45) According to the scientific research, one of the following items of daily use has antiseptic properties:
a) Onion
b) Garlic
c) Egg
d) salt
46) Which part of the world is called “The Land Of Free People”
a) Switzerland
b) Thailand
c) West indies
d) U.K
47) “Arboriculture” is a science of:
a) The raising of silk worms for the production of raw silk
b) The cultivation of flowers, fruits and ornamental plants
c) The cultivation of trees
d) The study of insects
48) “Asia Watch” is a
a) Human rights organization
b) A big time clock in Japan’s parliament building
c) News agency of Taiwan
d) None of these
49) The world’s famous bridge “Golden Gate” is in
a) New York
b) Sydney
c) Mexico
d)
50) What is meant by “sine die”?
a) Under Judicial considerations
b) Treason
c) Without fixing a date
d) Superior court
51) The world’s largest “Desert” in area is
a) Sahara
b) Arabian
c) Gobi
d) Mogave
52) “Dead Sea” is lying between
a) Iraq and Sudan
b) Israel and Jordan
c) Russia and Japan
d) Greece and Turkey
53) “Ranikot Fort” is situated near the city of:
a) Jamshoro
b) Kotri
c) Larkana
d) Hyderabad
54) Identify the largest sea:
a) South China Sea
b) Caribbean Sea
c) Arabian Sea
d) Sea of Marmara
55) Which country has the greatest number of volcanoes in the world?
a) Japan
b) Indonesia
c) Philippines
d) Cameron
56) Length of Karakoram Highway(KKH) in Pakistan is:
a) 650 km
b) 785 km
c) 806 km
d) 900 km
57) Parliament of Russia is called:
a) Cortus
b) Diet
c) Knesset
d) Duma
58) Which country is below the sea level:
a) New Zealand
b) Japan
c) Ireland
d) Netherlands
59) The cause of Malaria was discovered by
a) Ronald Rose
b) F.C Hopkins
c) Edward Jenner
d) Dr. Paul Muller
60) The first viceroy of British India was:
a) Lord canning
b) Lord Elgin
c) Lord Clive
d) Lord Mayo
61) What is Subway?
a) Underground passage
b) A road or path raised aboveground level
c) Short passage to any place
d) None of above
62) The wonder of world “ Taj Mehal” is situated in the vIndian state of:
a) Uttar Pradesh
b) Himachal Pradesh
c) Madhya Pradesh
d) None of these
63) Which of the following straits separates Malaysia from Singapore
a) Dover Strait
b) Johor Strait
c) Sunda Strait
d) Palk Strait
64) Which of the following mineral is used in cement and Plaster of Paris industry:
a) Marble
b) China Clay
c) Fire Clay
d) Gypsum
65) The recent mass movement of regimes change in the “Middle East” is called:
a) Orange Revolution
b) Arab Intifada
c) Arab spring
d) White revolution
66) The recent mass movement of regimes change in the “Middle East” is started from:
a) Egypt
b) Libya
c) Tunis
d) Morocco
67) “Reko Diq” reserves of gold and copper are located in
a) Punjab
b) Sindh
c) Baluchistan
d) Azad Kashmir
68) On September 9,1958 Pakistan acquired the Gawadar from:
a) Oman b) Bahrain
b) Iran d) None of these
69) The largest agency of (FATA) Federally Administered Tribal Areas is
a) South Waziristan
b) North Waziristan
c) Bajour Agency
d) Khyber Agency
70) Which of the following institution was first introduced in the 1973 constitution:
a) National Finance Commission
b) National Economic Council
c) Council of the Common Interests
d) All of these

General Knowledge Mcqs For Public Service Commission Exam

Computer Science General Knowledge and Important Computer Abbreviation

Computer Science General Knowledge And Important Computer Abbreviation

Computer Science General Knowledge and Important Computer Abbreviation 

One kilobyte is approximately 1000 bytes
DOS stands for Disk Operating System
WORD STAR is a popular Word processing programme
WORD STAR was developed by Micro pro Company
PC stands for Personal Computer
ALU stands for Arithmetic Logic Unit
The VDU and Keyboard together form a TERMINAL
The speed of the dot matrix printers is measured by CPS which stands for characters per second
The speed of the line printers is measured by LPM which stands for Lines per second
DBMS stands for Database Management System
IBM is a famous computer company.IBM stands for International Business Machines Corporation
ROM stands for Read Only Memory
The actual machine of the computer is commonly known as Hardware
The programs run on the computer are commonly known as Software
All the output which is printed on paper is called Hard Copy
The number of pixels on a computer screen determines a screes’s Resolution
A processor’s speed is measured in Megahertz
A software that assists the computer in performing instructions,is called as system software
CAM stands for Computer Aided Manufacturing
DPI stands for Dots per Inch
DTP stands for Desk Top Publishing
EPROM stands for erasable and Programmable Read only Memory
A magnetic storage disk made out of a thin piece of plastic is called Floppy Disk
A pictorial representation of the step by step sequence for solving a problem is known as a Flow Chart
A measure of storage capacity equal to one thousand megabytes is one Gigabyte
A variable whose value is accessible throughout the program is called Global Variable
A huge,worldwide network of computers that communicate with each other,allowing global communications between users is known popularly known as Internet
KB stands for Kilobyte
LAN stands for Local Area Network
A printer which uses light to transfer the image to paper is the Laser Printer
Memory which retains all its contents even after the power is turned off is known as Non-Volatile Memory
The result that is generated by the computer after processing the information provided to it is known as Output
Electronic mail is more popularly known as E-Mail
PILOT stands for Programmed Inquiry Learning Or Teaching
PILOT was developed by Doug Engelbardt
IQL stands for Interactive Query Language
LOGO was developed by Dr.seymour Papert
CAL stands for Computer Assisted Learning
APT stands for Automatically Programmed Tooling
`C’language was invented by Dennis M.Ritchie
Modula-2 was developed by Niklaus Wirth
Terminals that have their own memory are called Smart terminals
The memory that needs electric power to sustain its contents is known as Volatile Memory
MOS stands for Metallic Oxide Semiconductors
Dvorak key board was designed by August Dvorak
A simple device which functions as a simpler alternative to the keyboard is the Mouse
Automatic drawing input device is called Scanner
In the second generation computers,magnetic cores were used as Main Memory Devices
LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display
RADAR stands for Radio Detection and Ranging
RADAR works on the principle of Echo
software-in-Hardware modules are called Firmware
A device by which any microcomputer can use ordinary television set for producing output is called RF modulator
EDSAC stands for Electronic Delayed Storage Automatic Computer
EDVAC stands for Electronic Discrete Variable Automatic Computer
EDSAC was developed in the year 1949
EDVAC was developed in the year 1952
ENIAC stands for Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator
The most successful computing device in the ancient time was Abacus
Use of some mechanism for the operation of a machine is known as Automation
Radar contact with the moon was first made in 1945
Radar contact with Venus was first made in 1961
A system in which information is displayed on a television screen is known as Video Text System
A modern means of communication in which the information is stored in a computer at a TV station is known as Teletext
Global communication became possible by using Satellites
Morse code was invented by Samuel Morse
The code used in a teleprinter is the Baudot Code
Teleprinter exchange is popularly known as Telex
A device which converts sound waves into electrical waves is called Microphone
AVC stands for Automatic Volume Control
The device used to measure wavelengths of radio waves is Wavemeter
A hollow metallic tube used in place of wire in electric circuits carrying high frequency currents is called Waveguide
An instrument used to measure the intensity of radiations is the Radiometer
An instrument used to measure electrical voltage is the Voltmeter
VTVM stands for Vacuum Tube Volt Meter
A circuit which maintains a constant voltage is called Voltage Stabilizer
SCR stands for Silicon Controlled Rectifier
A device used to increase or decrease electric voltageis called a Transformer
A magnetic tape that records both audio and video signals is called a Video Tape
The first electronic calculator was manufactured in 1963 by Bell Punch Company,USA
MASER stands for Microwave Amplification by stimulated Emission of Radiation
A computer which can handle a large volume of numbers is called a Number cruncher
POST stands for Power on Self Test
POST is a test carried out just after the computer has been Switched on
An index of the files stored on a disk is called Directory
CP/M stands for Control program for Microcomputers
CP/M was developed by digital Research Inc.,USA
MVS stands for Multiple Virtual Storage Operating System
MVS is used in Mainframe computers
The process of starting a computer is called Booting
A group of four binary digits is called a NIBBLE
BPI stands for Bit per Inch
A smart card is a multifunctional microprocessor
LIPS stands for Logical Inferences Per Second
A computerized machine is normally called a Robot
A robot is a machine directed by a Computer
A robot which resembles a human being is called an Android
PL/1 stands for Programme Language-1
The language PL/1 has combined features of COBOL and FORTRAN
BASIC stands for Begineers All Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
COBOL stands for Common Busines Oriented Language
ALGOL stands for Algorithmic Language
ALGOL was developed in the early 1960s in Europe
COBOL was first introduced in the year 1961
FORTRAN stands for Formula Translation
FORTRAN was developed and introduced by IBM in the year 1957
PL/1 was introduced in the 1960s by IBM
COMAL stands for Common Algorithmic Language
BASIC was developed by John Kemeny and Thomas Kurtz
SNOBOL stands for String Oriented Symbolic Language
SNOBOL was developed in 1962
LISP stands for List Processing Language
LISP was developed by John McCarthy
Loud speaker was invented by Rice Kellogg
PROM stands for Programmable Read Only Memory
Two types of RAM chips are Dynamic,static
Data is fed into the computer by first converting it into Binary codes

Computer Science General Knowledge And Important Computer Abbreviation

Information About Human Physiology

Information About Human Physiology

Information  About Human Physiology
The largest gland of the body: Liver
The largest organ of the body:
 Skin
The longest bone of the body:
 Femur
The total number of bones in the body:
 206
The hardest bone of the body:
 Tooth
The smallest bone of the body:
 Stapes
Total number of muscles in the body:
 600
The filter of the body:
 Kidney
The pump of the Body:
 Heart
Total number of bones in vertebral column:
 33
The normal body temperature:
 98.4 F (37 C)
The normal respiratory rate of the Body:
 16-18 per min
The total volume of blood in body:
 4-5 litres
Total number of bones in face:
 14
Vascular connection between foetus and uterus:
 Placenta

Information About Human Physiology

Ministry of Defence Assistant Director(BPS-17) Mcqs Past Paper

Ministry Of Defence Assistant Director(BPS-17) Mcqs Past Paper

Ministry of Defence  Assistant Director(BPS-17) Mcqs Past Paper 
01. The commander of English Army in 1857 war? Sir John Shore
02. In 1857 war at Jhansi the fight was led by whom? Rani Laxmi Bai
03. Viscount Canning appointed viceroy of Sub-continent? 1856
04. The revolt of 1857 started first ? Meeruth
05. The first bullet fired of 1857 ? 29th March
06. Who fired first bullet in 1857 war in Barik Pur city? Mangal Panday
07. Mangal Panday was executed by British on? April 18, 1857
08. In 1861 which Act was passed ?Indian Council Act
09. War of independence took place in ?1857
10. Reign of Lord Canning was from ? 1856-1862
11. A flaming splinter is thrust into a bottle of Oxygen, a bottle of Nitrogen, and a bottle of carbon dioxide. The Flame will go out in ??? Nitrogen and Carbon dioxide but not in oxygen.
12. As we climb up mountain, the atmospheric pressure will ? Decrease
13. Lead Ball falls through water more slowly than through air because? Of the viscous force in water
14. Water cannot be used to extinguish fire caused by electric current because? It may cause another short circuit.
15. In diesel engines ignition takes place by? Compression
16. Cloudy Nights are warmer because ? Clouds prevent radiation of heat
17. If we go to Himalayas, we feel breathless because? The density of air is much less on the hills so Oxygen content is reduced
18. Which sets of colour combinations is added in colour vision in T.V? Red Green & Blue.
19. A train goes past a railway station at a high speed. A young boy standing on the edge of platform is likely to ? Fall towards the Train.
20. Food is cooked quickly in a pressure cooker because? Boiling point of water is increased
21. A pressure cooker reduces cooking time because ? B.P of water inside the cooker is increased.
22. In an earthen pot cooling of water depends upon? Outside temperature and Wind.
23. In deserts clouds do not precipitate because of ? Low Humidity
24. Water helps in the metabolism process in the presence of ? Enzymes
25. An adult requires how many proteins daily? 50-100 grams
26. Calcium content is maximum in ? Maize
27. Proteins are required to make which of the followings? Antibodies, Hormones and connective tissues.
28. The proteins are made in the cells under the instructions of ? Genes
29. Lipids are obtained from ? Both plant and animal sources.
30. What does make the blood look Red? Haemoglobin

Ministry Of Defence Assistant Director(BPS-17) Mcqs Past Paper

PPSC SYLLABUS AND JOB DESCRIPTION RECRUITMENT FOR THE POST OF ASSISTANT DIRECTOR LAND RECORDS

PPSC SYLLABUS AND JOB DESCRIPTION RECRUITMENT FOR THE POST OF ASSISTANT DIRECTOR LAND RECORDS

PPSC SYLLABUS AND JOB DESCRIPTION RECRUITMENT FOR THE POST OF ASSISTANT DIRECTOR LAND RECORDS

Punjab Public Service Commission
Subject: RECRUITMENT FOR THE POST OF ASSISTANT DIRECTOR LAND
RECORDS
JOB DESCRIPTION
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE POST
1. To record the statements of the parties of the mutation & the witnesses.
2. To make appropriate order with respect to each request for mutation &
Fard Badar,
3. To provide a copy of the attested / rejected Mutations and the updated
RHZ to the parties concerned.
4. To ensure that digital photographs & electronic signatures are stored in
the computerized system.
5. To ensure that the requisite government fees / duties / dues are
deposited under the relevant head.
6. To ensure that supplementary field book / map has been prepared by
revenue field staff, in accordance with Law.
7. To ensure that Shajrah Nasab of the deceased right holder, in case of
mutation of inheritance, has been prepared in accordance with law.
8. To ensure that the register showing the amount of fee realized at the
service center for grant of certified copies of computerized record is
maintained in accordance with Law.
9. To examine the identify document of the parties & witnesses for their
genuineness and verify these from NADRA database, if required.
10. To supervise the staff at service centre in co-ordination with Service
Centre Incharge.
11. To discharge the duties of a Revenue Officer, as notified by Board of
Revenue from time to time, at the LRMIS service center.
12. Any other duty assigned by Board of Revenue.

PPSC SYLLABUS AND JOB DESCRIPTION RECRUITMENT FOR THE POST OF ASSISTANT DIRECTOR LAND RECORDS

Pakistan Geography Mcqs

Pakistan Geography Mcqs

Pakistan Geography Mcqs 
Area of Pakistan is 796096 square km.
Landmass of Punjab is 25.8%
Landmass of Balochistan is 43.6%
Landmass of Sindh is 17.7%
Landmass of KPK is 9.4%
Landmass of FATA is 3.4%
Landmass of ICT is 0.1%
Western(Pakistani)rivers are Indus,Jehlum,chenab.
Sindh consist of 04 rivers.
Balochistan consist of 07 rivers.
Length of river Indus is 2896 km.
Length of river Chenab is 1242 km.
Length of river Ravi is 901 km.
Oldest barrage is Sukkur.
Warsak dam is situated in FATA,
Basha Dam is situated in Gilgit Baltistan.
Mirani dam is in Balochistan.
Mangla dam is located between Kashmir and Punjab.
Deepest place of Pakistan is Arabian sea.

Pakistan Geography Mcqs

World General Knowledge Mcqs for SI Written Test

World General Knowledge Mcqs For SI Written Test

World General Knowledge  Mcqs for SI Written Test 
The important country close to international date line is New Zealand.
UN has six official languages i.e ENGLISH,FRENCH,SPANISH,CHINESE,RUSSIAN,ARABIC.
CASPIAN SEA IS THE LARGEST LAKE OF THE WORLD.
ANGEL SALTO IS THE LARGEST WATER FALL IN THE WORLD.
The first Prime minister of Bangladesh was Mujibur Rehman
The longest river in the world is the Nile
The biggest desert in the world is the Sahara desert
The largest coffee growing country in the world is Brazil
The country which ranks second in terms of land area is Canada
The largest Island in the Mediterranean sea is Sicily
The length of the English channel is 564 kilometres
The city which is also known as the City of Canals is Venice
The biggest island of the world is Greenland
The city which is the biggest centre for manufacture of automobiles in the world is Detroit,USA.
The country called the Land of Rising Sun is Japan.
The country known as the Suger Bowl of the world is Cuba.
The length of the Suez Canal is 162.5 kilometres.
The lowest point on earth is The coastal area of Dead sea.
Qantaas is the ariline of Austrailia.
Biman is the ariline of bangladesh.
Air Blue and Aero Asia are airlines of Pakistan.
Australia was discovered by James Cook
The earlier name of New York city was New Amsterdam
The country which has the greatest population density is Monaco
The gateway to the Gulf of Iran is Strait of Hormuz
CAPITALs
Afghanistan – Kabul
Albania – Tirana
Algeria – Algiers
Andorra – Andorra la Vella
Angola – Luanda
Argentina – Buenos Aires
Armenia – Yerevan
Australia – Canberra
Austria – Vienna
Azerbaijan – Baku
Bahamas – Nassau
Bahrain – Al-Manamah
Bangladesh – Dhaka
Barbados – Bridgetown
Belarus – Minsk
Belgium – Brussels
Belize – Belmopan
Benin – Porto-Novo
Bhutan – Thimphu
Bolivia – La Paz (administrative); Sucre (judicial)
Bosnia & Herzegovina – Sarajevo
Botswana – Gaborone
Brazil – Brasilia
Brunei – Bandar Seri Begawan
Bulgaria – Sofia
Burkina Faso – Ouagadougou
Burundi – Bujumbura
China Beijing
France Paris.
Ghana Accra.
India new Delhi
Japan Tokyo
Hongkong Hunoei
Malaysia Kualalampur
Netherland Hague
Nepal Khtamandu
North Korea Pyong Yang
Pakistan Islamabad
Saudi Arabia Riyadh
South Korea Seoul
Somalia Moghadhaishu
Switzerland Brussels
Turkey Ankara
Urdan Oman
ORGANIZATIONs
Interpol was established in 1923 (1956)
Common Wealth was established in 1931
UNO was established on 24 Oct 1945
Arab League was established in 1945
ICJ was established in 1945
UNICEF was established in 1946
NATO was established in 1949
UNHCR was established in 1950
SEATO was established in 1954
OPEC was established in 1960
NAM was established in 1961
ADB was established in 1966
ASEAN was established in 1967
OIC was established in 1969
SAARC was established in 1985
ECO was established in 1985
D8 was established in 1997
HQ of ADB Philippines/ Manila
HQ of Arab League Cairo
HQ of ASEAN Jakarta, founded at Bangkok
HQ of Common Wealth London
HQ of Amnesty International London
HQ of D8 Turkey
HQ of ECO Tehran
HQ of ICJ Hague (Netherland)
HQ of Red Cross & Red Crescent Geneva (Switzerland)
HQ of ILO Geneva (Switzerland)
HQ of WHO Geneva (Switzerland)
HQ of WTO Geneva (Switzerland)
HQ of UNHCR is in Geneva (Switzerland)
HQ of Interpol Lyon (France)
HQ of OIC Jeddah established in Rabat (Morocco)
HQ of SAARC Katmandu- established at Dhaka
HQ of NATO Brussels
HQ of SEATO Manila
UNO was formed at San Francisco
HQ of UNDP New York (USA)
HQ of Human Right Watch New York
HQ of UNO New York
Office of UN General Assembly is in New York
HQ of UNICEF New York
HQ of OPEC Vienna
HQ of IAEA Vienna (Austria)
HQ of Transparency International Berlin, Germany
HQ of FAO Rome (Italy)
HQ of IMF Washington (USA)
HQ of World Bank or IBRD Washington (USA)
HQ if UNESCO Paris (France)
Human Rights Resolution was adopted by UN in 1945
 

World General Knowledge Mcqs For SI Written Test

Islamiat Some Important Mcqs

Islamiat Some Important Mcqs

Islamiat Some Important Mcqs 
Namaz e Istisqa is prayer for rain.
The word Tehlil means recitation of Kalima.
Makkah was conquered in 8 A.H
Zakat was made obligatory in 2 A.H
700 times Muslims have been commanded fro the performance of Namaz.
25 Prophets(A.S) are mentioned in Holy Quraan.
Major portion of Quraan was revealed at nigh time.
The first Wahi consisted of 5 verses.
Hazrat Musa has been mentioned in Quraan 135 times.
Hazrat Ibrahim has been mentioned in Quraan 63 times.
First Haafiz Quraan was Hazrat Usman R.A
Women firstly took part in battle of Uhud.
Azan started in 1st hijri.
First Eid-ul-Azha in 2nd hijri .

Islamiat Some Important Mcqs

Everyday Science Important Mcqs for Sub Inspector Exam Through PPSC

Everyday Science Important Mcqs For Sub Inspector Exam Through PPSC

Everyday Science Important Mcqs for Sub Inspector Exam Through PPSC 

Everyday Science

Most expensive element is Platinium.
Chemical name of vitamin C is Ascorbic acid.
Hydrogen is 14 times lighter than air.
Bones in human body are 206.
Cosmology is the study of universe.
Unit of Force is newton,dyne etc.
Universe has been created 13.5 billion years ago.
The planet nearest to sun is Mercury
Copper is the best conductor of electricity.
SI system was introduced in 1960.
Blood cells are manufactured by bone marrow of the body.
The Kelvin scale of temperature is called the absolute scale.
The science of study of old age is called Gerontology.
The instrument used for measuring the velocity is called Anemometer.
The science which deals with the bird is called Ornithology.
In a normal resting man, the rate of heart beat is 72 per minute.
The brightest planet is Venus.
Ibn Baitar was a renowned Muslim Botanist.
Solar eclipse occurs in full moon.
Standard pressure is 760 mm-Hg.
Kitab-al-Manazar is publication by a famous Muslim Scientist about Optics.
Cytology is the branch of biology which deals with the study of structure and function of cells.
A branch of medicine studying blood and its disorders is called Haematology.
A biological study of external form and structure of living organisms or their parts is Morphology.
A study of the chemical composition of the earth‘s crust is called Geology.
Frequency of audible sound is 20-20,000 Hz.
Deficiency of vitamin B causes Beriberi.
The chemical generally used in refrigerator is Freon
The outer most layer of the earth is called Crust.
The memory of the computer is expressed in bytes.
AIDS is caused by Human Immuno Deficiency Virus (HIV).
Richter scale measures the severity of Earthquake.
Cod liver oil contains Vitamin D.
Blue colour has shortest wavelength.
Light travels fattest in Vacuum.
Rickets is caused by the deficiency of vitamin D.
Generators convert mechanical energy into electricity.

Everyday Science Important Mcqs For Sub Inspector Exam Through PPSC