Geography Area of Pakistan by Location, Population /Physical Features/Political Division

We share very Important Question about physical features of Pakistan. These questions play important role in Pak Study related questions and other international paper about Pakistan.

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Location Questions By Pakistan

Q No 1: Pakistan is located between the latitudes of:
(A) 21 and 26°North                      (B) 23 and 30° North
(C) 23 and 36° North  (D) 26 and 28° North
Q No2:  Geographically speaking Pakistan is
located in:
(A) South East                        (B) South Asia

(C) Central Asia                     (D) The Middle East
Q No 3: Pakistan is located between longitudes of:
(A) 61 and 75° East (B)65 and 75° East

(C) 41 and 55° West          (D)61 and 75° West
Q No 4: Pakistan shares a border with China
whose length is:
(A) 485 Kms         (B) 585 Km
(C) 685 Kms         (D) 785 Km
Q No 5: The border between Pakistan and
Afghanistan is called “Durand Line”
which is:
(A) 1,952 Kms long
(B) 2,152 Kms long
(C) 2,052 Kms long
(D) 2,252 Kms long
Q No 6: Pakistan shares 805 Km long border with:
(A) India               (B) China
(C)Iran (D) Afghanistan
Q No 7: Pakistan covers an area of 3,10,400 square miles which is equal to:
(A) 6,96,096 square Kms             (B) 7,96,096 square Kms

(C) 8,96,096   square Kms            (D) 9,96,096   square Kms

Q No 8: The province of Punjab coven an area of:
(A) 3,47,190 Sq;     Kms        (B) 74,521 Sq.  Kms

(C) 1,40,914 Sq.Kms              (D) 2,05,345 Sq.Kms 

Q No 9: In terms of area the largest province is:
(A) Sindh                   (B) Baluchistan
(C) Punjab                 (D) NWFP
Q No 10: Baluchistan covers an area of 3,47,190 sq. Kms In ratio to the total area of the country is:
(A) 43.6%  (B) 33.6%
(C) 30.2%                      (D) 28.2%
Q No 11: In terms of area the smallest province is:
(A) Sindh         (B) Punjab
(C)NWFP (D) Baluchistan
Q No 12: According to the 1998 census, the population of Pakistan is 130.5 million  which in respect to its
population in 1951 is more than:
(A) Double                      (B) Three times
(C) Four times  (D) Five times
Q No 13: Pakistan’s population in 1947 years:
(A) 27.6 million                       (B) 28.6 million
(C) 29.6 million (D)32.5 million
Q No 14: According to the 1998 census, the rural population of Pakistan was:
(A) 57.5 per cent (B) 60.5 per cent
(C) 63.5 per cent (D) 67.5 per cent

Q No 15: From 1947 to 1998 the Urban population of Pakistan increased from 15.4% to:
(A) 30.5 per cent (B) 32.5 per cent
(C) 34.5 per cent (D) 36.5 per cent

Q No 16: According to the 1998 census, Pakistan’s population growth rate is:
(A) 2.8 per cent (B) 2.9 per cent
(C) 3.0pcrcent                        (D) 3.1 percent
Q No 17: In 1947 Pakistan’s population growth rate was:
(A) 1.4 per cent (B) 1.6 per cent
(C) 1.8 percent (D) 2.0 percent
Q No 18: In respect of population Pakistan is present:
(A) 6th in the world (B) 7th in the world
(C) 8th in the world                        (D) 9th in the world
Q No 19: In 1947 Pakistan’s population was 32.5 million huts it doubled in the year
(A) 1971  (B) 1975
(C) 1978                                         (D) 1980

Physical Features/Political Division

20. The Himalaya mountains lie  to the:
(A) South of  Pakistan                     (B) West of  Pakistan
(C) Bast of  Pakistan                       (D)North of Pakistan
21. On the basis of its physical features Pakistan is classified into seven divisions viz. Northern mountains,
Western mountains, the Potohar Plateau, Baluchistan Plateau, Upper Indus Plain, Lower Indus Plain and
the coastal region. The length of the
coast is about:
(A) 600 km                                 (B) 700 km
(C) 800 km                                (D)900 km
22. The peaks of Muslim Hugh is located in:
(A). Punjab  (B) NWFP
(C)Baluchistan  (D) Sindh
23.  The height of the K~2 peak is:

(A)8611 meters (B) 8,711 meters
(C)8637                                       (D)8,95 1 meters
24. The salt range extends from Tila Jogian to:
(A) Koh-c- Hindu Kush          (B) Karakoram range

(C)kohi safaid                          (D)Koh-e-Sulaiman
25. The average hight of potohar plateau is :
(A) 300 to 600 meters (B)500 to 800 meters

(C)400 to 800                       (D)320 to 540

26. The lower Indus plain lies between:
(A) Multan and Arabian Sea                      (B) D.G. Khan and Arabian sea
(C) Mithankot and Arabian sea  (D) Bahawalpur and Arabian sea

27. The number of Pakistan’s total districts in all the provinces (27) divisions) is:
(A) 102  (B) 108
(C) 112                                  (D) 116
28. The province of Punjab comprises of:
(A) 34 districts                                 (B)36 districts
(C) 38 districts                                 (D) 40 districts
29. The district  of Mansehra and Swabi lie in the province of:
(A) Sindh                            (B) Baluchistan
(C)NWFP (D) Punjab
30. The total number of districts of
Baluchistan province is;
(A) 25                                (B)24
(C) 29                               (D)27

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