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Q NO 1. The length of Pak-Afghan border (Durand Line) is:

A: 2252 km

B: 909 km

C: 11300 Km

D: 592 Km

Q NO 2. Population wise; Pakistan’s position in the world is:

A: 21th

B: 06th

C: 34th

D: 4thst

Q NO 3. The number of districts in the Punjab province is:

A: 24

B: 31

C: 36

D: 51

Q NO 4. Who was the first non-British Governor of the Punjab?

A: Sardar Abdur Rab Nishter

B: Ibrahim Ismail Chundigar

C: Nawab Mushtaq Ahmad Guffnani

D: Mian Amin-ud-Din

Q NO 5. Baluchistan was given the status of province

A: 1947

B: 1958

C: 1970

D: 1985

Q NO 6. Apart from Senate and National Assembly; which one out of the following is another component of Pakistan’s parliament?

A: Cabinet

B: Prime Minister


D: President

Q NO 7. The number of High Courts in Pakistan is:

A: 1

B: 5

C: 4

Q NO 8. The Command and Staff College of Pakistan army is situated at:

A: Karachi

B: Lahore

C: Quetta

D: Abbottabad

Q NO 9. How many amendments have been made in the Constitution of 1973 up till now?

A: 6.

B: 11

C: 18

D: 20

Q NO 10. Hanna Lake is located in:


B: Interior Sind

C: Indian held Kashmir

D: Baluchistan

Q NO 11. The Urban-Rural population ratio in Pakistanis:

A: 40:60

B: 30:70.

C: 20:80

D: 10: 90

Q NO 12. Which is the most important mineral of Pakistan; in terms of its reserves?

A: Natural Gas

B: Copper

C: Petroleum

D: Coal

Q NO 13. Which one out of the following is not a folk dance?

A: Bhangra

B: Jhoomer

C: Luddi

D: All of them are folk dances

Q NO 14. The most widely spoken language in Pakistan is:

A: Urdu

B: Punjabi

C: Sindhi

D: Pushto

Q NO 15. Masjid Mahabat Khan is located at:

A: Multan

B: Peshawar

C: Quetta

D: Hyderabad

Q NO 16. Which one out of the following is not a ‘daily’?

A: The News

B: The Nation

C: Herald

D: Dawn

Q NO 17. Who introduced ‘Doctrine of Lapse’ in India(1848).

A: Lord Dalhousie

B: Lord Canning

C: Lord Ripon

D: Lord Minto

Q NO 18. Florence Nightingale is renowned for?

A: acting

B: nursing

C: painting

D: poetry

Q NO 19. World War I was fought during:

A: 1914-18

B: 1939-45

C: 1920-24

D: None of thorn

Q NO 20. Which country became independent on July 4, 1776?

A: Canada

B: Australia

C: America

D: Holland

Q NO 21. Which Mughal king was buried in Kabul?

A: Akbar

B: Jahangir

C: Humayun

D: Babur

Q NO 22. Westminster Abbey; where English Kings and Queens are coroneted, is basically a/an:

A: Church

B: Palace

C: Office

D: Auditorium

Q NO 23. What is the estimated age of the Universe?

A: 1 billion years

B: 10 billion years

C: 13 billion years

D: 20 billion years

Q NO 24. Which is the second largest Ocean after Pacific?

A: Atlantic

B: Indian

C: Arctic

D: None of them

Q NO 25. In which range, Mount Everest is located?

A: Karakoram

B: Himalayas

C: Hindu Kush

D: Pamirs

Q NO 26. 38 Parallel divides:

A: North Korea and South Korea

B: USA and Canada

C: Germany and Poland

D: India and China

Q NO 27. Tripoli is the capital of:

A: Gambia

B: Mali

C: Libya

D: Mauritius

Q NO 28. ‘Taka’ is the currency of:

A: Bangladesh

B: Bhutan

C: Nepal

D: Sir Lanka

Q NO 29. Canada is located in:

A: North America

B: South America

C: Western Europe

D: Eastern Europe

Q NO 30. Egyptian city Aswan is famous for:

A: World’s largest dam

B: a huge film industry

C: being birth place of James Abdul Nasir

D: a historic university

Q NO 31. The headquarters of the League of Nations (LON) was at

A: New York

B: London

C: Paris

D: Geneva

32. Which one out of the following is not a principal organ of the U.N.O.?

A: General Assembly

B: Secretariat

C: International Labour Organisation

D: Economic and Social Council

Q NO 33. The headquarters of European Union is at

A: Vienna

B: Brussels

C: Paris

D: Amsterdam

Q NO 34. Dr. Henry Kissinger served as America’s Secretary of State during the presidency of

A: Richard Nixon

B: Gerald Ford

C: Both of them

D: None of them

Q NO 35. Crust is earth’s

A:Outer layer

B: Inner layer

C: Central layer

D: None of them

Q NO 36. The coldest place in the world is

A: China

B: Switzerland

C: Siberia

D: Greenland

Q NO 37. Who invented ‘revolver’?

A: Samuel Colt

B: John M. Browning

C: John Ericsson

D: James Watt

Q NO 38. How many bones are there in the body of a new born baby?

A: 296

B: 300

C: 351

D: 403

Q NO 39. Which out of the following is a main organ of sense?

A: Nose

B: Nail

C: Hair

D: All of them

Q NO 40. Drugs that calm nervous system and prevent worry, tension etc. are called:

A: Analgesics

B: Hormones

C: Antibiotics

D: Tranquillizers

Q NO 41. Tooth decay indicates deficiency of

A: Chromium

B: Copper

C: Fluorine

D: Iron

Q NO 42. Anything that occupies space and possesses weight is called:

A: Molecule

B: Matter

C: Element

D: Atom

Q NO 43. To every action there is always an equal and opposite reaction’ is Newton’s:

A: 1st Law of Motion

B: 2nd Law of Motion

C: 3rd Law of Motion

D: None of them

Q NO 44. ‘Study of Insects’ is termed as:

A: Entomology

B: Cosmography

C: Mycology

D: Astrology

Q NO 45. Which of the following was principally responsible for the Communist Revolution of Russia in 1917?

A: Karl Marx

B: Lenin

C: Stalin

D: Trotsky

46. Sigmund Freud is known for his work in the field of:

A: Anthropology

B: Historiography

C: Psychology

D: Physics

Q NO 47. The Muslims conquered Palestine during the caliphate of

A: Hazrat Abu Bakr

B: Hazrat Umar

C: Hazrat Usman

D: Hazrat Ali

Q NO 48. Who replaced Lord Mountbatten as Governor General of India?

A: Abu-al-Kalam Azad

B: Radha Krishnan

C: Chakravarti Rajagopalachari

D: Kishna Menon

Q NO 49. During interim government of India, prior to partition, which Muslim League leader served as Finance Minister?

A: Abdur Rab Nishter

B: Mushtaq Ahmed Gurmani

C: Liaqat Ali Khan

D: Ch. Muhammad Ali

Q NO 50. After Karachi and Lahore, which is the biggest city of Pakistan, in term of population?

A: Rawalpindi

B: Multan

C: Faisalabad

D: Peshawar

Q NO 51. Which out of the following is not a Kharif Crop?

A: Rice

B: Sugar Cane

C: Maize

D: Wheat

Q NO 52. Pakistan’s share in global export is:

A: 2%

B: .18%

C: 11%

D: 1%

Q NO 53. ‘Lisbon’ is the capital of:

A: Romania

B: Panama

C: Taiwan

D: Portugal

Q NO 54. Which is the largest river in the world?

A: Amazon

B: Ganger

C: Nile

D: None of them

Q NO 55. Who is the foreign minister of Pakistan?

A: Mr. Sartaj Aziz

B: Khawaja Muhammad Asif

C: Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif

D: Mr. Tariq Fatimi

Q NO 56. Theory of Evolution’ was presented by:

A: Euclid

B: Charles Darwin

C: Werner Heisenberg

D: Simon Bolivar

Q NO 57. Which philosopher formally put together the basic ideas of constitutional democracy for the 1st time?

A: John Lock

B: Francis Beacon

C: Voltaire

D: Adam Smith

Q NO 58. The only twentieth century American President who was assassinated is:

A: Abraham Lincoln

B: John F. Kennedy

C: Richard Nixon

D: Ronald Reagan

Q NO 59. Martin Luther is famous for:

A: his fiction writing skills

B: being a politician

C: his defiance of Roman Catholic Church

D: his useful inventions

Q NO 60. Pablo Picasso is considered to be a great

A: musician

B: writer

C: actor

D: painter

Q NO 61. Which prize is awarded annually on December 10 each year for outstanding works in various fields?

A: Lenin Prize

B: Pulitzer Prize

C: Nobel Prize

D: Bolivar Prize

Q NO 62. The most populous city of the world is:

A: New York

B: Tokyo

C: Shanghai

D: Moscow

Q NO 63. The ‘sun’ is mainly composed of.

A: Oxygen

B: Hydrogen

C: Carbon die oxide

D: Potassium

Q NO 64. Post mortem examination of organs or tissues of a dead body is called

A: Philology

B: Autopsy

C: Genealogy

D: Topography

Q NO 65. ‘Laissez-Faire’ means:

A: Non-interference of state in economy

B: Extra-ordinary political activity

C: Military operation in troubled areas

D: Rapid industrialization of a country

Q NO 66. Charles Dickens’ was:

A: an English novelist

B: an American scientist

C: a German politician

D: a leading musician of 18th century

Q NO 67. ‘Sir Creek’ is an issue between:

A: Pakistan & India

B: India & China

C: India & Nepal

D: Burma & Thailand

Q NO 68. Before its independence, Singapore was part of:

A: Indonesia

B: China

C: Malaysia

D: Japan

Q NO 69. Who was the first Muslim king of India?

A: Qubib-ud-din Albak

B: Muhammad bin Qasim

C: Zaheer-ud-din Babur

D: Mehmud Ghazanvi

Q NO 70. Which was the capital of Umayyad Empire?

A: Baghdad

B: Medina

C: Damascus

D: Kofa

Q NO 71. The Headquarters of the World Trade Organization (WTO) is located in:

A: Paris

B: Washington

C: Brussels

D: Geneva

Q NO 72. Who led Muslim forces during conquest of Egypt?

A: Hazrat Seed bin Abi Wages

B: Hazrat Umar bin Aas

C: Hazrat Khalid bin Walid

D: Hazrat Ali bin Abu Talib

Q NO 73. ‘Mossad” is the intelligence agency of:

A: Brazil

B: Israel

C: Lebanon

D: Syria

Q NO 74. Australia was discovered by:

A: Christopher Columbus

B: Vasco de Game

C: Captain James Cook

D: Yuri Gagarin

Q NO 75. The UNO was set up in:

A: 1939

B: 1941

C: 1949

D: 1945

Q NO 76. A share or portion of an estate held by one land-owner or jointly by two or more land owners is:

A: property

B: possession

C: holding

D: inheritance

Q NO 77. Which of the following is not defined in the Land Revenue Act of 1967?

A: Assessment

B: Kanungo

C: Boundary mark

D: Land

Q NO 78. There are how many classes of Revenue Officers as per section-7 of Land Revenue Act?

A: 3

B: 6

C: 7

D: 4

Q NO 79. Who can summon persons to give evidence and produce documents?

A: Commissioner

B: District Collector

C: Tehsilder

D: All of them

Q NO 80. Which out of the following is not a ‘village officer?

A: Patwari

B: Kanungo

C: Lambardar

D: Tehsildar

Q NO 81. Which register/document is mandatory for a patrol to maintain?

A: Jamabandi

B: Khasra Girdwari

C: Lai Kitab

D: All of them

Q NO 82. Who can direct to specially revise the record of rights of an estate?

A: District Collector

B: Commissioner

C: Board of Revenue

D: Government

Q NO 83. The periodical record is prepared:

A: Every year

B: After 4 years

C: After 5 years

D: After 10 years

Q NO 84. An enquiry or an order regarding mutation shall be made in the:

A: office of District Collector

B: Common assembly (llas-i-Aam) in the estate

C: building of the tehsil

D: resilience of lambardar

Q NO 85. It is mandatory for the Revenue Officer to attest the mutation:

A: in the Tehsil premises

B: in the Patwar Khana

C: on the sport

D: in the revenue branch of DCO office

Q NO 86. Who is empowered to make rules making records and other matters connected therewith?

A: Board of Revenue

B: Government

C: Board of Revenue with prior approval of government

D: Provincial assembly

Q NO 87. A mutation fee in respect of any entry shall be payable by the person:

A: who is transferring the right

B: in whose favor the entry is made

C: who is certifying the genuity of transaction

D: none of them

Q NO 88. The actual defaulter of land revenue or the headman who represents him may be arrested and detained at tehsil office for:

A: 24 hours

B: 3 days

C: 10 days

D: one month

Q NO 89. Under which section of Land Revenue Act, the Collector may order attachment of defaulter’s holding?

A: 85

B: 87

C: 32

D: 101

Q NO 90. Who is authorized to define the limits of any estate, holding or field for framing any record or making assessment of revenue?

A: Revenue officer

B: Sub-divisional Collector

C: District Collector

D: Commissioner

Q NO 91. A tenant having a right of occupancy in land may sublet the land fully or any part thereof for a period not more than:

A: two years

B: three years

C: one year

D: seven years

Q NO 92. The Land Revenue Rules were framed in:

A: 1967

B: 1988

C: 1911

D: 1973

Q NO 93. ‘A person liable for an arrear of land revenue has been homed by ‘Land Revenue Act as:

A: Accused

B: Absconder

C: Culprit

D: Defaulter

Q NO 94. The ‘Land Revenue Act’ is comprised of how many sections?

A: 179

B: 184

C: 107

D: 100

Q NO 95. A charge upon or claim against land arising out of a private grant or contract is termed as:

A: Encumbrance

B: Limitation

C: Check

D: None of them

Q NO 96. Which chapter of ‘Land Revenue Act’ deals with the assessment of land revenue?




D: X

Q NO 97. Within how many days, a land-owner may present a petition to the Revenue Officer for a reconsideration of the amount form or conditions of the assessment of revenue?

A: 7 days

B: 15 days

C: 30 days

D: 60 days

Q NO 98. On which of the following reasons; a Lambardar cannot be dismissed?

A: Seriously embarrassed by debt

B: Involved in criminal activities

C: property dispute with family members

D: incapacitated due to old age

Q NO 99. Which section of ‘Land Revenue Act’ deals with preparation of computerized records?

A: 41

B: 70

C: 130

D: 19

Q NO 100. Which document out of the following is not part of Periodical Record”?

A: Shajra Kishhvar of field map

B: Shajra Nasab or genealogical table

C: list of habitual defaulters

D: Jamabandi