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The largest Surah of the Quran is:
(a) Surah-al-Baqrah (b) Surah Aali Imran (c)  Surah Al-Taubah (d) Surah Yunus (e) None of these
2.  Fidk Garden was bestowed to the Holy Prophet (SAW) as:
(a) Fay (b) Booty (c) Gift (d) Loan (e)None of these
3.  Arbeen is the book of Hadith in which there are:
(a) 40 Ahadith (b) 50 Ahadith (c) 30 Ahadith  (d) 20 Ahadith (e) None of these
4.  The heads of Zakat are:
(a) Eight (b) Nine (c) Seven (d) Five (e) None of these
5.  Mauwazatain mean:
(a) A Collection of Ahadith (b) Two specific Surahs of Quran  (c) A book of Jaffaria Fiqh
(d) A book of Hanafi Fiqh (e) None of these
6.  The numbers of famous months are:
(a) four (b) Six (c) Seven (d) Two (e) None of these
7.  Jabal-e-Noor is situated in::
(a) Arafat (b) Ghar-i-Hira (c) Ghar-i-Saur  (d) Madina (e) None of these
8.  Which country is known as the “Land of Prophet”?
(a) Iraq (b) Saudi Arabia (c) Palestine  (d) Syria (e) None of these
9.  Zou-Shadatain is the title of Hazrat:
(a) Khuzaima bin Sabit (R.A) (b) Huzaifa bin Yaman (R.A) (c) Ammar bin Yasir
(d) Imam Abu Hnifa (e) None of these
10.  Sura Saba is:
(a) Makki (b) Madni (c) Iraqi (d) Makki and Madni (e) None of these
11.  Which Surah of Quran has Bismillah twice?
(a) Al Nahal (b) Al Namal (c) Al Ahzaab (d) Al Noor (e) None of these
12.  Imam-e-Darul-Hijra was a title of::
(a) Imam Ahmad (b) Imam Malik (c) Imam Sha’afi (d) Imam Muhammad (e) None of these
13.  Masjid Qiblatain is situated in:
(a) Madina (b) Makkah (c) Taif (d) Jabal-e-Noor (e) None of these
14.  Which is a religious book of Hinduism?
(a) Injeel (b) Taurat (c) Ramain (d) Bible (e) None of these
15.  The first Islamic month is:
(a) Muharrum (b) Zool Haja (c) Safar (d) Rajab (e) None of these
16.  Which was the total number of Idols were in the Kaaba?
(a) 260 (b) 360 (c) 460 (d) 560 (e) None of these
17.  Batha Velley is situated in:
(a) Makkah (b) Madina (c) Iraq (d) Jordon (e) None of these
18.  Hazarat Muhammad (SAW) gave the key of Bait Ullah permanently to:
(a) Umarah bin Utba (b) Hanzla bin Abil Aamir (c) Usman bin Talha
(d) Abdullah bin Aamir (e) None of these
19.  AshabusSabt mean:
(a) Jews (b) Christians (c) Muslims (d)  Sabieen (e) None of these
20.  The word Muhammad (SAW) as a name has been mentioned in Qur’an only:
(a) Two time (b) Four time (c) Six time (d) Seven time (e) None of these
21) Arabia is a large tract of country in the _________ of Asia.
(a) South – East (b) South – West
(c) North – East (d) None of these
22) _________ is called in Arab tradition ‘Year of the elephant.’
(a) 650 A.C. (b) 560 A.C.
(c) 570 A.C. (d) None of these
23) ANSAR means ________
(a) defender  (b) helper
(c) ruler (d) None of these
24) The ninth year of the Hijra is known in Muslim history as the _________
(a) year of elephant (b) year of deputations
(c) year of embassies (d) None of these
25) In 14 Hijri/635 A.D. _________ laid the foundation of Basrah.
(a) Hazrat Umar (b) Khalid bin Waleed
(c) Uthban bin Ghazwan (d) None of these
26) Hazrat Uthman was assassinated in the month of __________
(a) Ramazan (b) Rajab
(c) Zulhija  (d) None of these
27) Hazrat Khalid bin Waleed belonged to the tribe of _________
(a) Hashim (b) Umayyah
(c) Makhzum (d) None of these
28) The city of FUSTAT was founded by __________
(a) Amr bin Al-As (b) Hazrat Umar bin Khattab
(c) Hazrat Khalid bin Waleed (d) None of these
29) KHARAJ is ________
(a) Poor – tax  (b) Land – tax
(c) Poll – tax  (d) None of these
30) __________ was the first Caliph, who abdicated the Caliphate.
(a) Hazrat Ali (b) Hazrat Hassan bin Ali
(c) Hazrat Hussain bin Ali (d) None of these
31) The tomb of Hazrat Abu Ayub Ansari is situated at __________
(a) Ankara (b) Madina
(c) Istanbul (d) None of these
32) The first capital of Abbasid Caliphate was _________.
(a) Al-Hashmiyah (b) Samarrah
(c) Baghdad (d) None of these
33) Ibne-e-Kahldun was a famous historian of ________ century.
(a) 15th b) 14th (c) 13th
(d) None of these
34) DIWAN AL HISBAH was instituted by _______
(a) Mahdi  (b) Hadi
(c) Harun  (d) None of these
35) IDRISI was a famous _________.
(a) Musician (b) Poet
(c) Geographer (d) None of these
(36) ‘Siyasat Nama’ was written by _________.
(a) Firdausi (b) Masudi
(c) Mawardi  (d) None of these
37) Tulunid Dynasty was founded by Ahmad ibn Tulun in _________.
(a) Khurasan (b) Syrea
(c) Iraq (d) None of these
(38) The capture of Baghdad by Halaku Khan took place in the year _________
(a) 1285 (b) 1258
(c) 1271 (d) None of these
(39) Constantinople fell into the hands of the Muslims in _________
(a) 1453 (b) 1543
(c) 1354 (d) None of these
(40) With ________ the Othoman empire reached its zenith of glory and prestige.
(a) Bayazid (b) Muhammad II
(c) Salim I (d) None of these
(41) When Muslim invaded Spain _________ was the ruler of the country?
(a) Vetiza (b) Roderick
(c) Theodomir  (d) None of these
42) _________ was the Gothic capital.
(a) Cardova (b) Toledo
(c) Granada  (d) None of these
(43) During Muslim rule ________ was the capital of Spain.
(a) Cardova  (b) Toledo
(c) Granada  (d) None of these
(44) _________ was the first Muslim Governor of Spain:
(a) Turaif (b) Tariq bin Ziyad
(c) Abdul Aziz  (d) None of these
(45) Abdur Rahman Ad-dakhil died in 173 A.H. after the reign of _________ year.
(a) 40 (b) 41
(c) 42 (d) None of these
(46) Hisham bin Abdur Rahman introduced __________ doctrine in Spain.
(a) Hanafi (b) Shafi
(c) Humbali (d) None of these
(47) The beautiful palace of _________ built by An-Nasir.
(a) Az-Zahra (b) Al-Hambra
(c) Al-Qurtaba (d) None of these
(48) __________ al-Mahdi was the first caliph of the Fatimides.
(a) Ubaidullah (b) Abdullah
(c) Mohammad  (d) None of these
(49) Battle of ZALAQA was fought between Alfanso-VI and ________
(a) Hajib Almansur  (b) Yousaf bin Tashfeen
(c) Tariq bin Ziyad (d) None of these
(50) “Moors in Spain” was written by_________.
(a) J.J. Saunders  (b) P.K. Hitti
(c) Lane Pole  (d) None of these

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The spores in bryophytic plant represent the first cell of the:
(a) Gametophytic generation
(b) Sporophytic generation
(c) Asexual generation
(d) All of these
(e) None of these
(2) Algal members of classes Euglenophyceae and chlorophyceae are similar in the:
(a) Cell wall structure
(b) Reserve food
(c) Pigment composition
(d) Structure of flagella
(e) None of these
(3) Crystocarp is a structure developed after fertilization in:
(a) Blue green algae
(b) Actinomycetes
(c) Bryophetes
(d) Red algae
(e) None of these
(4) Rice belongs to family:
(a) Malvaceae
(b) Fabiaceae
(c) Solonaceae
(d) Poaceae
(e) None of these
(5) Gametophyte of fern is called:
(a) Prothallus
(b) Protocorm
(c) Thallus
(d) Gametangia
(e) None of these
(6) The sieve elements are major component of:
(a) Cambium
(b) Apical meristem
(c) Xylem
(d) Phloem
(e) None of these
(7) Which one of these is a parasite:
(a) Sunflower
(b) Begonia
(c) Biden
(d) Brasica
(e) None of these
(8) Sporophytic generation is borne upon gametophyte and is dependent on it. This feature is present in:
(a) Cycas
(b) Adiantam
(c) Equisetum
(d) All of these
(e) None of these
(9) Double fertilization is a typical characteristic of:
(a) Algae
(b) Fungi
(c) Bryophytes
(d) Angiosperm
(e) All of these
(10) Marchantia reproduces vegetatively by:
(a) Apospory
(b) Gemma Cup
(c) Budding
(d) All of these
(e) None of these
(11) Plant cell wall is composed of:
(a) Cellulose
(b) Polypeptides
(c) Phospholipids
(d) Starch
(e) None of these
(12) Stele in which primary vascular tissues are arranged in discrete strands around a pit is called:
(a) Prostele
(b) Radial stele
(c) Centric stele
(d) Eustele
(e) None of these
(13) In which the following edible part is obtained from the Rhizome:
(a) Potato
(b) Ginger
(c) Sugar beet
(d) Onion
(e) None of these
(14) Fertilization within an unopened flower is called:
(a) Cleistogramy
(b) Cleistocary
(c) Isogamy
(d) Oogamy
(e) None of these
(15) Meiosis takes place during:
(a) Gamete formation
(b) Zygote formation
(c) Cambium formation
(d) All of these
(e) None of these
(16) Edible fungus is:
(a) Penicillium
(b) Agaricus
(c) Aspergillus
(d) Phythium
(e) None of these
(17) Speciation is:
(a) Origin of species
(b) Evolution of species
(c) Identification of species
(d) Preservation of species
(e) None of these
(18) Collective name given to sporangia in fern is:
(a) Sorus
(b) Sporangium
(c) Spathe
(d) Sporangiophore
(e) None of these
(19) Small, spherical protein bodies surrounded by starch deposits in chloroplasts of many algae are:
(a) Lecoplasts
(b) Ribosomes
(c) Microsomes
(d) Pyenidium
(e) None of these
(20) Heterocysts are present in:
(a) Volvox
(b) Clostridium
(c) Cycas
(d) E-Coli
(e) None of these
(21) Enzyme Fumarase convert fumaric acid into:
(a) Citric acid
(b) Isocitric acid
(c) lactic acid
(d) Glutamic acid
(e) None of these
(22) Plants growing under saline conditions are:
(a) Holophytes
(b) Mesophytes
(c) Hygrophytes
(d) Halophytes
(e) None of these
(23) The first product of CO2 fixation in C3 plants is:
(a) Phosphoglyceric acid
(b) Glycolic acid
(c) Citric acid
(d) Glutamic acid
(e) None of these
(24) Mutations are most likely to be caused by:
(a) 1AA
(b) CO2
(c) Dextrose
(d) Glycine
(e) None of these
(25) Most of the water absorption in plants takes place through:
(a) Root caps
(b) Root hairs
(c) Stomata
(d) All of these
(e) None of these
(26) Oxygen produced during photosynthesis comes from:
(a) CO2
(b) Carboxylic acid
(c) Glucose
(d) Protein
(e) None of these
(27) Chloroplasts in bundle sheath cells of C4 plants do not contain:
(a) Grana
(b) Stroma
(c) Thylakoids
(d) All of these
(e) None of these
(28) A group of major biotic communities occupying a climatic region of earth is called:
(a) Biome
(b) Biosphere
(c) Biotype
(d) Phenotype
(e) None of these
(29) In which group of plants stomata open during night:
(a) C3 plants
(b) C4 plants
(c) Halophytes
(d) CAM plants
(e) None of these
(30) The occurrence of vegetation in layers is known as:
(a) Scarification
(b) Stratification
(c) Physiognomy
(d) Pattern
(e) None of these
(31) A plasmid is a:
(a) DNA
(b) RAN
(c) Protein
(d) Microsome
(e) None of these
(32) The total Genetic material within a cell is:
(a) Gene bank
(b) Genetic load
(c) Genome
(d) Genetic Marker
(e) None of these
(33) Ribsomal RNA helps in:
(a) Replication
(b) Transcription
(c) Translation
(d) Translocation
(e) None of these
(34) Which one of the following ions plays most important role in stomatal movement?
(a) K+
(b) Ca++ (c) Cl–
(d) Na+
(e) None of these
(35) Dormancy in seeds may be due to:
(a) Hard seed coat
(b) Chemical Inhibitors
(c) Immature embryo
(d) All of these
(e) None of these
(36) How many ATP molecules are produced when one hexose sugar molecule is converted into two molecules of pyruvic acid during glycolysis?
(a) 15
(b) 26
(c) 28
(d) 36
(e) None of these
(37) Open sea constituting about 90% of total ocean surface is called:
(a) Pelgaic zone
(b) Littoral zone
(c) Intertida zone
(d) Neritic zone
(e) None of these
(38) Which one of the following RNAs is non-genetic and brings amino acids to the site of protein synthesis?
(a) m RNA
(b) t RNA
(c) hn RNA
(d) pre-r RNA
(e) None of these
(39) Transfer of material , from higher concentration to lower concentration across semipermeable membrane is called:
(a) Mass flow
(b) Osmosis
(c) Ascent of Sap
(d) Diffusion
(e) None of these
(40) Optimum phosphorus uptake by roots takes place at:
(a) Neutral pH
(b) Acidic pH
(c) Alkaline pH
(d) All of these
(e) None of these
(41) The Green Algae belongs to:
(a) Cyanochloranta
(b) Chlorophycophyta
(c) Charophyta
(d) Cryptophycophyta
(e) None of these
(42) If the gametes and gametangia in Fungi are of unequal size, they are termed as:
(a) Heterothallic
(b) Homothallic
(c) Isogametes
(d) Anisogametes
(e) None of these
(43) Chlorophyll ‘d’ exists in:
(a) Pyrrophyta
(b) Phaeophyta
(c) Cryptophyta
(d) Rhodophyta
(e) None of these
(44) Which of the type of chlorophyll is rare in Xanthophyceae and has been determined in only two of its genera:
(a) chlorophyll ‘a’
(b) chlorophyll ‘e’
(c) chlorophyll ‘b’
(d) chlorophyll ‘d’
(e) None of these
(45) The Axoneme in an algal filament is composed of ____________ fibrils:
(a) five
(b) seven
(c) eleven
(d) one
(e) None of these
(46) An antibiotic called “Chlorellin” is derived from:
(a) Chara
(b) Spirogyra
(c) Volvox
(d) Chlorella
(e) None of these
(47) In Pakistan, Volvox is found abundantly in water ponds during the months of:
(a) March and April
(b) May and June
(c) November and December
(d) January and February
(e) None of these
(48) B
ecause of extracting ______ from water and depositing it in their walls different species of Chara are referred to as “Stone Worts:
(a) Sodium chloride
(b) Calcium carbonate
(c) Potassium sulphate
(d) Potassium nitrate
(e) None of these
(49) Puccinia graminis causes _______ in wheat:
(a) Yellow or stripe rust
(b) Brown or orange leaf rust
(c) Black or stem rust
(d) Loose green smut
(e) None of these
(50) The zero and one stages of Puccinia graminis are produced on:
(a) Triticum aestivum
(b) Hordeum Vulgare
(c) Sorghum Vulgare
(d) Barberis Vulgaris
(e) None of these

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Chachnama was originally written in:
(a) Persian (b) Arabic (c) Turkish (d) Sindhi
2) First Muslim Expedition was sent to India by:
(a) Hazrat Umar  (b) Hazrat Usman  (c) Hazrat Ali (d) Hijjaj Bin Yousaf
3) Muhammad Bin Qasim stayed at Makran before entering Sindh for:
(a) 3 Months (b) 2 Months  (c) 1 Month (d) 2 Weeks
4) The first mosque in South Asia was built in:
(a) Sindh (b) Bhopal  (c) Baluchistan (d) Bengal
5) The Ghazanvid rule over present day Pakistan areas lasted for:
(a) 300 years (b) 250 years  (c) 200 years (d) 150 years
6) Ibni-Batuta travelled for:
(a) 35 years (b) 28 years  (c) 20 years (d) 15 years
7) Sultan Qutub-ud-Din Aibak could rule India for:
(a) 35 years (b) 18 years (c) 15 years (d) 5 years
8) The Khilji Dynasty enjoyed Indian rule for:
(a) 90 years (b) 70 years (c) 50 years (d) 30 years
9) The Khayal system of music was founded by:
(a) Amir Khusraw (b) Hussain Shah Sharqi (c) Mian Tan Sain (d) Baiju Bawara
10) Queen Noor Jahan was born at:
(a) Dehli (b) Iran (c) Chaghi (d) Agra
11) In the year 1719 how many Mughal Kings sat on throne?
(a) 5 (b) 4 (c) 2 (d) 1
12) Ahmad Shah Abdali launched his early invasions against:
(a) Mughals (b) Marathas (c) Sikhs (d) Rajputs
13) When the third battle of Panipat was fought?
(a) 1526 (b) 1757 (c) 1761 (d) 1764
14) The British fought Plassy War against:
(a) Haider Ali (b) Tipu Sultan (c) Sirajiddaula  (d) Marathas
15) Darsi-Nizami was named after:
(a) Nizamuddin Auliya (b) Nizamul Mulk
(c) Mulla Nizamuddin (d) Nizamul Mulk Junaidi
16) Maharaja Ranjit Singh ruled Punjab for:
(a) 60 years (b) 50 years (c) 40 years (d) 20 years
17) Karachi was occupied by the British in:
(a) 1820 (b) 1839 (c) 1842 (d) 1843
(18) Delhi fell to the British Army in:
(a) 1796 (b) 1803 (c) 1849 (d) 1857
19) When the First Anglo – Afghan War was fought:
(a) 1813 (b) 1820 (c) 1839 (d) 1843
(20) Before 1857 how many universities had been established by the British:
(a) 16 (b) 13 (c) 3 (d) Not a single
21) Name the saint, who first came in Lahore?
(a) Ali Makhdum Hujwari (b) Shaikh Ismail
(c) Data Ganjh Bakhsh (d) None of these
22) Ghiyas-ud-Din Balban declared himself the king of Delhi Sultanate in the year.
(a) 1166 (b) 1266
(c) 1366 (d) None of these
23) Who founded Daulatabad and shifted the capital of Delhi Sultanate?
(a) Ghiyas-ud-Din Tughluq (b) Muhammad Tughluq
(c) Feroze Shah Tughluq (d) None of these
24) Who set up the chain of justice to redress the grievances of oppressed people?
(a) Zaheer-ud-Din Babar  (b) Shahab-ud-Din Shahjahan
(c) Aurangzeb Alimgir (d) None of these
25) Who was known in history as Mujaddid Alf Thani, the Reformer of the Second
(a) Shaikh Ahmed Sirhindi (b) Shah Waliullah
(c) Sir Syed Ahmed Khan (d) None of these
26) Who called the “spiritual guides” as shopkeepers?
(a) Shaikh Ahmed Sirhindi (b) Shah Waliullah
(c) Sir Syed Ahmed Khan (d) None of these
27) When Nadva-tul-Ulema came into being?
(a) 1873 (b) 1883
(c) 1893 (d) None of these
28) Who initiated the cult of Shivaji against the Muslims of India?
(a) Bal Ganga Dher Tilak (b) Bennerji
(c) Pandit Madan Mohan (d) None of these
29) Who led the Simla Deputation in 1906?
(a) Sir Agha Khan (b) Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
(c) Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk (d) None of these
30) When Nahru Committee was constituted to propose the future constitution of India?
(a) February 1927 (b) February 1928
(c) February 1929 (d) None of these
31) When the Congress Ministries resigned from their offices?
(a) November 1937 (b) November 1938
(c) November 1939 (d) None of these
32) Who first thought of the possibility of a Muslim Republic embracing the present Central
Asian states in North West of Sub-continent?
(a) Abdul Halim Sharar (b) Syed Jamal-ud-Din Afghani
(c) Ch. Rehmat Ali (d) None of these
33) When Simla Conference was concluded with failure?
(a) June 14, 1945 (b) July 14, 1945
(c) August 14, 1945 (d) None of these
34) Who negotiated with cabinet Mission (1946) on behalf of All India National Congress?
(a) Ghandi (b) Nehru
(c) Abul Kalam Azad (d) None of these
35) When Abu A’la Maududi was awarded death punishment by Military Court on “Qadiani
(a) March 1953 (b) April 1953
(c) May 1953 (d) None of these
36) Muhammad Ali Bogra, the then Prime Minister of Pakistan, presented his constitutional
formula to the constituent Assembly on:
(a) September 7, 1953  (b) October 7, 1953
(c) November 7, 1953 (d) None of these
37) When was the 17th Amendment bill ratified by the President, after getting passed by both
Houses of Majlis-e-Shura?
(a) December 29, 2003 (b) December 30, 2003
(c) December 31, 2003 (d) None of these
38) When was the local government system under the Devolution of Power Plan, 2001,
(a) August 4, 2001 (b) August 14, 2001
(c) August 24, 2001 (d) None of these
39) When was Gas (Natural) discovered at Sui Baluchistan?
(a) 1950 (b) 1952
(c) 1954 (d) None of these
40 The Suleman mountain, one of the western series, is as high as:
(a) 1100 ft (b) 2200 ft
(c) 3300 ft (d) None of these
41) All-India National Congress was established by:
(a) An official of the British Government (b) A British loyalist (c) British dissident
(d) A retired British official (e) None of these
42) Kabir Das of Bakhti Movement was:
(a) A Preacher (b) A Mystic (c) A Poet
(d) A Warrior (e) None of these
43) Kashful Mahjubwas written by:
(a) Mujaddid Alf Thani (b) Syed Ali Hajveri (c) Syed Muinuddin Ajmeri
(d) Sheikh Bahauddin Zakariya (e) None of these
44) The Millenial Movement was launched against:
(a) The Mughals (b) The British (c) The Marhattas
(d) The Muslims (e) None of these
45) The East India Company owes its success in India to:
(a) Lord Dalhousie (b) Lord Conrnwallis (c) Lord Curzon
(d) Warren Hastings (e) None of these
46i) Third battle of Panipat was fought between:
(a) British and Mughals (b) British and Sikhs (c) British and Afghans
(d) Afghans and Marhattas (e) None of these
47) Syed Ahmad Shaheed launched his Jihad Movement against:
(a) The Christians (b) The Sikhs (c) The Hindus
(d) The Hypocrites (e) None of these
48) The Faraidi Movement was launched in:
(a) Bengal (b) Hyderabad (c) Kashmir
(d) Maharashatra (e) None of these
49) Hazrat Mahal who fought during the War of Independence 1857 against the British was:
(a) Queen of Jhansi (b) Ruler of Jodhpur (c) Begum of Nizam of Hyderabad
(d) Begum of Awadh (e) None of these
50) Darul Uloom Deoband was founded in:
(a) 1865 (b) 1855 (c) 1875 (d) 1857 (e) None of these