General Knowledge Solved MCQs for CSS PMS, PSC NTS, PTS

 1). Which part of the World is called “The land of free people”?

A) Switzerland

B) Thailand

C) West Indies

D) K

2). The Committee which approved the Objectives Resolution 1949 was headed by:

A) Mulana Ashraf Ali Thanvi

B) Mulana Shabbir Ahmad Usmani

C) Chief Justice Mian Abdur Rashid

D) Mulavi Tamiz-ud-Din Khan

3). Siachan Glacier is located in:

A) Hunza

B) Gilgit

C) Balochistan

D) Chilas

4). Sir Syed Ahmed Khan established an institution in 1864, with the objective to translate 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). Khyber Pass connects Peshawar with:

A) Kandhar

B) Kabul

C) Hear

D) Jalalabad

6). The real founder of the Dar-ul-Uloom “Deoband” was:

A) Mulana Shabbir Ahmed Usmani

B) Mulana Muhammad-ul-Hassan

C) Mulana Muhammad Qasim Nanautive

D) None of these

7). Under which Act was Muslim demand of “Separate Electorate” first conceded by the British Government?

A) The Indian Councils Act 1892

B) The Indian Councils Act 1909

C) The Government of India Act 1919

D) The Government of India Act 1935

8). Under which of the Constitutional reforms, the British Government introduced the system of Indian Civil Service through Competitive Examination:

A) Indian Councils Act 1861

B) Indian Councils Act 1892

C) Minto Morley Reforms 1909

D) Montague Chelmsford Reforms 1919

9). When did Quaid-e-Azam say “Hindu India and Muslim India Parted and Parted and Parted forever?

A) When Congress launched non-cooperation movement in 1920

B) When Congress rejected his proposed modifications in the Nehru Report 1928

C) After the failure of Third Round Table Conference in 1932

D) When the Lahore Resolution was passed on 23rd March 1940

10). The First Governor of Punjab after Independence was:

A) Sir Hobert Francis

B) Sir Douglas

C) Sir Frank Messervy

D) Abdul Rab Nishtar

11). Who is considered to be the first poet of Punjab language?

A) Bulleh Shah

B) Baba Farid Ganj Shakr

C) Khawaja Ghulam Farid

D) Sultan Bahu

12). The firsh Wafaqi Mohtasib of Pakistan was:

A) Justive (R) M. Afzalullah

B) Justice (R) Abdul Qadir Chaudhri

C) Justice (R) Sardar M. Iqbal

D) Justice (R) S. A Nusrat

13).Which of the following leader was dubbed by Quaid-e-Azam as Showboy of Congress:

A) Khan Sahib

B) Khizer Hayat Tiwana

C) Abu al Kalam Azad

D) Khan Ghaffar Khan

14). The world’s largest “Desert” in area is:

A) Sahara

B) Arabian

C) Gobi

D) Mojave

15). ” Dead Sea” is lying between:

A) Iraq and Sudan

B) Israel and Jordan

C) Russia and Japan

D) Greece and Turkey

16. “Rainkot Fort” is situated near the city of:

A) Jamshoro

B) Kotri

C) Larkana

D) Hyderabad

17). Identify the largest Sea?

A) South China Sea

B) Caribbean Sea

C) Arabian Sea

D) Sea of Marmora

18). The National animal of Pakistan is:

A) Horse

B) Deer

C) Parrot

D) Markhor

19). Which of the following women participated in all the three Round Table Conferences:

A) Begum Jahan Ara Shahnawaz

B) Begum Salma Tasaduq Hussain

C) Begum Shaista Ikramullah

D) Begum Qazi Esa

20). Which of following historical sites was discovered by John Marshall in 1922:

A) Kot Diji

B) Taxila

C) Monejodaro

D) Maher Gargh

21). The first Chief Minister of Punjab after independence was:

A) Mian Mumtaz Daultana

B) Malik Feroz Khan Noon

C) Iftikhar Hussain Mamdo

D) Mian Amir-ud-Din

22). Which of the following Mountain Peaks is situated in the Hindu Kush range:

A) Gasherbrum II

B) Raska Poshi

C) Gasherbrum III

D) None of these

23). The first rocket launched by Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) on June 7, 1962 was:

A) Rehbar

B) Badar

C) Shaheen

D) Khyber

24). The largest desert in Pakistan is:

A) Thar

B) Thall

C) Cholistan

D) Kharan

25). Liaquat-Nehru Pact 1950 was signed to:

A) Draw ceasefire in Kashmir

B) Transfer financial assets to Pakistan

C) Protect the right of minorities

D) Release the water of Indus River

26). The First Princely State to accede to Pakistan after partition for:

A) Swat

B) Hunza

C) Bahawalpur

D) Kalat

27). In violation of Indus Basin Treaty 1960, India has constructed “Baghiar Dam” on river:

A) Indus

B) Jhelum

C) Chenab

D) Neelum

28). Quaid-e-Aza, served All India Muslim League as a President for:

A) 15 Years

B) 22 Years

C) 28 Years

D) 31 Years

29). The Federally Administrated Tribal Area (FATA) consist of:

A) Five Agencies

B) Six Agencies

C) Seven Agencies

D) Eight Agencies

30). Mir Chakar Khan Rind is the famous poet of:

A) Balochi

B) Sindhi

C) Seraiki

D) Pashto

31). “Reuters” is the famous news agency of:

A) S. A

B) Britain

C) France

D) Russia

32). When First Constitution was promulgated on 23 March 1956, the Prime Minister of Pakistan was:

A) Muhammad Ali Bogra

B) Chaudri Muhammad Ali

C) Khawaja Nazim-ud-Din

D) Feroz Khan Noon

33). The first Urdu Newspaper (Daily) published after the creation of Pakistan was:

A) Mashriq

B) Imroze

C) Watan

D) Nawa-i-Waqt

34). On 9 July 1950 Pakistan became the member of:


B) World Bank

C) Paris Club


35). The duration of National Anthem of Pakistan is:

A) 60 Seconds

B) 80 Seconds

C) 100 Seconds

D) 120Seconds

36). When the stock market is rising it is called:

A) Upward tendency

B) Booming

C) Bullish

D) Bearish

37). 1 Metric Ton is equal:

A) 100 Kilograms

B) 500 Kilograms

C) 1000 Kilograms

D) 10000 Kilograms

38). How many National Finance Commission Awards have been announced so far:

A) Six

B) Seven

C) Eight

D) Nine

39). The number of letters in the Urdu language are:

A) 29

B) 37

C) 39

D) 42

40). The substances of human body produce to fight against disease germs are called:

A) Vaccines

B) Serums

C) Viruses

D) Antibodies

41). Which of the following Muslim Countries vote against Pakistan’s admission into the United Nations in 1947?

A) Iran

B) Iraq

C) Egypt

D) Afghanistan

42). After the creation of Pakistan the first Radio Station was established at:

A) Lahore

B) Karachi

C) Peshawar

D) Hyderabad

43). “Monometer” is an instrument of measuring:

A) Gaseous Pressure

B) The luminous intensity of the sources of light

C) The Strength of the direct current

D) The relative density of milk

44). The term of Officer for the judges of the International Court of Justice is:

A) Three Years

B) Five Years

C) Seven Years

D) Nine Years

45). 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

46). The World’s famous bridge “Golden Gate” is located in:

A) New York

B) Sydney

C) Mexico

D) San Francisco

47). 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

48). What is contraband?

A) All Narcotice

B) Articles banned by a government

C) All smuggled material

D) Goods which may assist an enemy in the conduct of war

49). According to the scientific research one of the following items of daily use has antiseptic properties:

A) Onion

B) Garlic

C) Egg

D) Salt

50). What is meant by “Sine die”?

A) Under judicial considerations

B) Treason

C) Without fixing a date

D) Superior Court

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