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1. Which country is situated(located) below the sea level? 

(A) New Zealand

(B) Netherlands 

(C) Australia

(D) Japan

2. In Pakistan, the largest(biggest) share of electricity comes from the source of:

(A) Thermal 

(B) Hydel

(C) Nuclear 

(D) Coal

3. Which of the following gases is mainly causing(effect) global warming:

(A) Nitrogen 

(B) Methane

(C) Carbon dioxide

(D) Hydrogen

4. Which of the historical monuments was built(formed) in 1642 AD:

(A) Tomb of Emperor Jahangir

(B) Badshahi Mosque

(C) Shalamar Garden 

(D) Wazir Khan Mosque

5. US inventor Martin Cooper invented(discover) “Mobile Phone” in: 

(A) 1969

(B) 1973

(C) 1976 

(D) 1980

6. The world’s largest(biggest) natural gas deposits are 

(A) USA 

(B) Russia

(C) China 

D) Brazil

7. The lowest point on earth is: 

(A) Dead sea

(B) Death valley

(C) Caspian Sea

(D) None of the above

8. The headquarters of International Environmental Organization “Green Peace” are situated(located) at:

(A) Amsterdam

(B) Paris

(c) Brussels 

D) Vienna

9. The oldest among(between) the seven wonders of world was: 

(A) The pyramids of Egypt

(B) The Hanging Gardens of Babylon

(C) The Statue of Zeus 

(D) The Temple of Artemis

10. The world’s largest desert is: 

(A) Sahara 

(B) Gobi

(C) Atacama

(D) Thar

11. “Asmara” is the capital of: 

(A) Cameroon

(B) Eritrea 

(C) Peru 

(D) Rwanda 

12. In the modern world, the office of ‘Ombudsman’ was first created(formed) in:

(A) United Kingdom

(B) United States 

(C) Switzerland

(D) Sweden

13. In chronological order, which of the following personalities(character) come first:

(A) Plato 

(B) Aristotle

(C) Socrates

(D) Epicures

14. “Alexandria” is the seaport of: 

(A) Greece 

(B) Iraq

(C) Syria 

(D) Egypt

15. The largest among the following is: 

(A) A Galaxy 

(B) The Earth

(C) The Sun

(D) A solar system

16. How many times Pakistan has been elected(nominated) a non-permanent member of UN Security Council:

(A) Three 

(B) Five

(C) Six 

(D) Seven

17. Tea plant was first grown in: 

(A) India 

(B) Kenya

(C) Sri Lanka

(D) China

18. ‘Tartus’ is the seaport of: 

(A) Turkey 

(B) Lebanon

(C) Syria 

(D) Algeria

19. Which planet has the largest(biggest) number of satellites?

(A) Saturn 

(B) Jupiter

(C) Earth 

(D) Mars

20. The world’s largest glacier is: 

(A) Lambert 

(B) Siachen

(C) Hispar 

(D) None of the above

21. The discovery of Radium in 1998, led to the invention(discover) of:

(A) Camera 

(B) X-ray machine

(C) Electric bulb

(D) Missile

22. The world’s oldest(first born) National Anthem is of: 

(A) China 

(B) Iran

(C) Greece 

(D) Japan

23. The world’s oldest written language is: 

(A) Chinese 

(B) Japanese

(C) Cambodian

(D) Latin

24. The world’s largest mammal is: 

(A) Tiger 

(B) Camel

(C) Giraffe 

(D) Whale

25.  The world’s longest mountain range is:

(A) The Andes

(B) The Alps 

(C) Himalayas

(D) Karakoram

26. Point X is in the north(northern) of point Y is east of point Z, to which direction(side) is point X with respect to Z:

(A) North East

(B) North

(C) East 

(D) South East

27. ‘Dragon air’ is an airline of: 

(A) Japan 

(B) South Korea

(C) North Korea

(D) Hong Kong 

28. Which one is not the official(formal) language of United Nations:

(A) Spanish 

(B) Arabic

(C) German 

(D) Russian

29. A great traveler ‘Ibne Batuta’ belonged(links) to: 

(A) Tunis 

(B) Syria

(C) Morocco

(D) Spain

30. The Statue(dammy) of Liberty was presented to the United States by the people of:

(A) Britain 

(B) Germany

(C) Canada

(D) France

31. Which is lightest(brightest) of all these gases: 

(A) Oxygen 

(B) Nitrogen

(C) Hydrogen

(D) Carbon di oxide

32. Which of the following Mughal Emperor was born(nativ) at Lahore in 1592:

(A) Jahangir 

(B) Akbar

(C) Shah Jahan

(D) Aurangzeb

33. The length(logest) of Pak-Afghan border(limits) (Durand Line) is:

(A) 2252 Km 

(B) 909 Km

(c) 1600 Km 

(D) 592 km

34. Population wise; Pakistan’s position(rank) in the world is:

(A) 21st

(B) 06th

(C) 34th

(D) 41st

35. Baluchistan was given the status(position) of province in which year: 

(A) 1947

(B) 1958

(C) 1970 

(D) 1985

36. The command and staff college of Pakistan army is situated(located) at:

(A) Karachi

(B) Lahore

(C) Quetta 

(D) Abbottabad

37. Florence Nightingale is renowned for: 

(A) Acting 

(B) Nursing

(C) Painting

(D) Poetry

38. Which is the largest(biggest) river in the world? 

(A) Amazon 

(B) Ganga

(C) Nile 

(D) None of them

39. Theory of Evolution’ was presented by: 

(A) Euclid

(B) Charles Darwin

(C) Wemer Heisenburg 

(D) Simon Boliver

40. Pablo Picasso is considered(measured) to be a great 

(A) Musician

(B) Writer

(C) Actor 

(D) Painter

41. The ‘sun’ is mainly composed of: 

(A) Oxygen 

(B) Hydrogen

(C) Carbon die oxide

(D) Potassium

42. Who was the first Muslim king(leader) of India, 

(A) Qutub-ud-din Albak

(B) Muhammad Bin Qasim

 (C) Zaheer-ud-din Babur 

(D) Mehmud Ghazanvi

43. “Mossad’ is the Intelligence agency of: 

(A) Brazil 

(B) Israel

(c) Lebanon

(D) Syria

 44. Liaqat Ali Khan joined all India Muslim league as a member in which year?

(A) 1916 

(B) 1919

(C) 1921 

(D) 1923

45. The Government of India Act 1935, divided(distributed) the country into:

(A) Seven provinces

(B) Nine provinces 

(C) Eleven provinces

 (D) Thirteen provinces

46. In 1937 the Provincial Elections , all India Muslim league won largest number of seats in the:

(A) United province (UP)

(B) Sindh province

(C) Punjab province 

(D) Central province (CP)

47. Identify the secretary of state(country) for India who led the cabinet mission in 1946:

(A) Sir Stafford Cripps

(B) A V. Alexander

(c) Lord Pethick Lawrence 

(D) Sir Anthony McDonald

48.When Was  Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah joined(connects) all India Muslim league :

(A) 1937 

(B) 1938

(c) 1939 

(D) 1940

 49. Congress launched “Quit India Movement” against the British Government in which year:

(A) 1940 

(B) 1941

(C) 1942 

(D) 1944

50. In the interim(provisional) government of 1946, the health minister was: 

(A) Abdu Rab Nishtar

(B) Jag Jivan Ram

(C) Asif Ali 

(D) Ghazanfer Ali Khan

51. After Sir Agha Khan, the next president(leader) of All India Muslim League was:

(A) Viqar-ul-Mulk

(B) Maulana Zafar Ali Khan 

(C) Raja Sahib of Mahmoodabad 

(D) Mian Muhammad Shafi

52. The Hindus had launched(hurled) “Swadeshi Movement” (to boycott English made goods) in the wake of:

(A) The Urdu Hindi controversy 1867

(B) Partition of Bengal 1905

(C) Jallianwala Bagh tragedy 1919 

(D) All of the above

53. The British parliament passed(approved) Indian Independence Act on:

(A) 3 June 1947

(B) 14 June 1947 

(C) 15 July 1947

(D) 24 July 1947

54. A carton contains 10 boxes, each box containing(consist) one dozen cubes(pieces). How many box cartons are needed(required)to fill 960 cubes?

(A) 7 

(B) 8

(c) 9 

(D) 12

55. In the exam 45% students failed(unsuccessful) and 550 students were successful. The total number of students who appeared(present) in the exam were:

(A) 1000 

(B) 900

(C) 1500 

(D) 800

56. The number, whose 3% is 60, answer is: 

(A) 2000 

(B) 3000

(c) 6000 

(D) 9000

57. complete (fill)the series…. 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, ___

(A) 18 

(B) 17

(C) 19 

(D) 26

58. 40 men can do work(labor) in 50 days. How long it will take(get) 25 men to do the work?

(A) 50 days 

(B) 80 days

(C) 60 days 

(D) 70 days

59. The original(real) price of a gift pack is Rs.80. A discount of 15% is allowed in shop. What is the sale price (charges)?

(A) Rs.65 

(B) Rs.68

(C) Rs.61 

(D) Rs.50

60. A cyclist covers(contain) 660 feet in 66 seconds. How many yards will he cover in the same time(period)? 

(A) 220 

(B) 600

(C) 100 

(D) 10

61. Which of the following is smallest fraction? 

(A) 3/7 

(B) 5/1

(C) 6/13 

(D) 7/12

62. Find the number whose square root is twice(2 times) its cube root.

(A) 27 

(B) 64

(C) 125 

(D) 81

63. A boy ranks(position) 13 in class of twenty six. What is his rank from the last?

(A) 13 

(B) 14 

(C) 15

(D) 26

64. There is a limit__ everything in life. 

(A) To 

(B) On

(c) In 

(D) With

65. Aslam has given ___smoking completely.

(A) In 

(B) After

(C) On 

(D) Up

66. You ought to abide ___this decision

(A) With

(B) Of

(C) By 

(D) From

67. The jug is full ___milk.

(A) Of 

(B) With

(c) In 

(D) Upon

68. He is fully content ___his life.

(A) To 

(B) Of

(C) With 

(D) In

69. He is not eligible … this post 

(A) For 

(B) To

(c) In 

(D) On

Identify the SYNONYMS of words

70. Infringe: 

(A) Conserve

(B) Violate

(C) Instill 

(D) Divert

71. Zest: 

(A) Pleasure 

(B) Distaste

(C) Flop 

(D) Encircles

72. Insipid: 

(A) Stupid 

(B) Gentle

(C) Delicate 

(D) Solve

73. Rescind: 

(A) Maintain 

(B) Cancel

(C) Risk 

(D) Disregard

74. Tacit: 

(A) Formal 

(B) Fear

(C) silent 

(D) Celestial

75. Garb: 

(A) Rage 

(B) Distort

(C) Trivial 

(D) Dress

76. The total number of jails(lockup) in Punjab’ are: 

(A) 28 

(B) 30

(C) 32 

(D) 34

77. Inspector General Prison Punjab is. 

(A) Abdul Basit

(B) Shahid Farooq 

(C) Farooq Nazeer

(D) None of these

78. When Pakistan came into being, the total number of jails(lock up) in Punjab were:

(A) 19 

(B) 21

(C) 22 

(D) 24

79. The former chief justice of Pakistan Mr. Iftikhar Chaudhry was the only chief Justice who visited three jails, these were

(A) Lahore, Multan. Faisalabad

(B) Lahore, Rawalpindi, Mianwali

(c) Lahore, Gujranwala, Rawalpindi 

(D) None of these

80. Punjab largest jail by area is located(situated) at: 

(A) Sahiwal

(B) Bahawalpur

(C) Multan 

(D) None of these

81. Punjab oldest jail is located at: 

(A) Rawalpindi

(B) Multan 

(C) Gujranwala

(D) None of these

82. Pakistan prison rules were framed in: 

(A) 176 

(B) 1978

(C) 1980 

(D) None of these

83. National Academy of Prison Administration(management) is located(situated)at:

(A) Lahore 

(B) Rawalpindi

(c) Quetta 

(D) Peshawar

84. Where jail for juvenile is located: 

(A) Multan 

(B) Bahawalpur

(C) Sargodha

(D) None of these

85. The only jail for women prisoners is located(situated) at: 

(A), Multan 

(B) Rahim Yar Khan

(c) Vehari 

(D) None of these

86. In which of the following cities a higher security prison is located(situated)?

(A) Attock 

(B) Gujranwala

(C) Bhakkar

(D) Sahiwal 

87. The largest jail in Punjab by inmates is the central jail(lockup):

(A) Rawalpindi

(B) Multan 

(C) Gujranwala

(D) None of these

88. Administration(management) of Prisons is the provincial subject and came under the administrative control of:

(A) Services and General Administration S&GAD

(B) Police Department

(c) Home Department 

(D) Social Welfare Department

89. Which of the following jails was constructed(built) in 1854:

(A) Central Jail Lahore

(B) Central jail Multan

(C) Central jail Gujranwala 

(D) None of these

90. Juvenile prisoner is who has not attained(got) the age of:

(A) 14 years 

(B) 16 years

(C) 18 years

(D) 19 years

91. Who is the first person(men) to use zero? 

(A) Al-Kwarizmi

(B) Al-Biruni 

(c) Al-Touse

(D) Abu Ishaq Kindi

92. Who introduced(initiated) the point system in mathematics? 

(A) Al-Khwarizmi

(B) Umer Khayyam

(c) Al Biruni 

(D) Al Razi

93. Which Muslim scientist proved(shown) that the velocity of light is more than the velocity of sound?

(A) Al Biruni

(B) Al Farabi 

(C) Al Ishaq

(D) None of these

94. Which Muslim Scientist invented(discover) the branch of Mathematics, “Logarithm”?

(A) Ibn-e-YounasMisri

(B) Ibn-e-Razi 

(C) Ibn-e-Khuladun

(D) Ibn-e-Ishaq

95. Who is called(named) the Pioneer of Chemistry? 

(A) Al-Razi 

(B) Jabir-ibn-Hayyan

(C) IbnSeena

(D) Nasir-uddin Toosi

96. The Punjab prison department was established(formed) in:

(A) 1817 

(B) 1854

(C) 1896 

(D) 1906

97. The first Muslim Inspector General of Prisons Punjab after Independence(freedom) in 1947 was:

(A) Lt. Col. B.H. Syed

(B) Lt. Col. H.H. Mehmood

(c) Lt. Col. G.K. Khan 

(D) None of these

98. Which is the oldest jail(lockup)? 

(A) District jail Sialkot

(B) District jail Kasur

(C) District jail Gujranwala 

(D) None of these

99. What is the time of Execution(implementation) of death sentences? 

(A) 6 AM

(B) 7 AM

(C) 8 AM

(D) No time restriction

100. The first jails reforms in Islamic history were introduced(started) by:

(A) Hazrat Abu Bakar R.A

(B) Hazrat Umer R.A

(C) Hazrat Ali R.A

(D) Hazrat Umer Bin Abdul Aziz