JUNIOR PATROL OFFICER Past paper

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Islamic Knowledge portion start

Q No 1:  Prophet PBUH was died in?
(A) 630          (B) 628       (C) 626       (D) 632
Q No 2:   Duration of Quran’ revelation
(A)  20 years        (B)  23 years     (C)   31 years    (D)   32  years
Q No 3:  Nijashi belongs to
(A) Iran               (B) Ethiopia              (C) Iraq         (D) Syri
Q No 4:    Sprite of Islam is written by
(A) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan      (B) Syed Amir Ali      (C) Ch Rehmat Ali      (D) Allama Iqbal
Q No 5:   First Islamic ruler in the subcontinent.
(A) Akbar       (B) Qutabudin Aebak      (C) Jahangir      (D) Humayun
Q No 6:   Comrade newspaper was published in 1913 by the:
(A) Maulana Muhammad Ali Johar       (B) Muhammad Ali Jinnah        (C) Maulana Zafar Ali Khan         (D) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
Q No 7:    Sword of Allah was
(A) Hazrat Bilal     (B) Hazrat Ali     (C) Hazrat Umar      (D) Khalid bin Walid

Pak Study portion start

Q No 8:   First president of Pakistan was
(A) Ayube Khan      (B) Quaid Azam       (C) Iskandar Mirza      (D) Liaqat Ali Khan
Q No 9:    Congress was formed by
(A) VP Menon     (B) A.O Hume     (C) Gandhi       (D) Sardar Patail
Q No 10:   Friends Not Masters book was written by
(A) Ayub Khan    (B) Sikandar Mirza    (C) Pervez Musharraf    (D) Ch Muhammad Ali
Q No 11: the Objective resolution was passed In
(A) 1947          (B) 1948     (C) 1950        (D) 1949
Q No 12:   First constitution of Pakistan issued in:
(A) 1952      (B) 1953    (C) 1956         (D) 1973
Q No 13:    First election in Pakistan held in
(A) 1953       (B) 1970      (C) 1962        (D) 1973
Q No 14:   Zia imposed martial law in Pakistan
(A) 5 July 1977           (B) 15 June 1975           (C) 5 July 1976          (D) 5 July 1978
Q No 15:   Current GST rate is
(A) 12%       (B) 13%        (C) 14%         (D) 17%

General Knowledge portion start:

Q No 16:   Obama belongs to
(A) Democratic Party     (B) Conservative Party     (C) Republic Party      (D) none of these
Q No 17:   The Indus Water Treaty was mediated by:
(A) IMF        (B) USA     (C) World Bank        (D) Britain
Q No 18:    Civil war in the USA started in the era
(A) Bush-era      (B) Abraham Lincoln reign      (C) Bill Clinton era    (D) Nixon reign
Q No 19:    Prague is the capital of
(A) Czech Republic      (B) Germany     (C) Malaysia     (D) Indonesia
Q No 20:    Yen is the currency of
(A) Malaysia     (B) Indonesia      (C) Nepal      (D) Japan
Q No 21:    Netherland is new name of:
(A) France     (B) Spain      (C) Holland      (D) England
Q No 22:    Ottoman capital was
(A) Damascus    (B) Constantinople      (C) Rome         (D) Madrid
Q No 23:    The Leader book is written by Gary Glitter and Mike Leander and produced by
(A) Mike Leander     (B) Lenin       (C) Hegel         (D) Marx
Q No 24:   Naqsh e Faryadi is written by
(A) Allama Iqbal      (B) Hafiz Jalandhry      (C) Qateel Shafai      (D) Faiz
Q No 25:   Who represented Pakistan in UN?
(A) Faiz Ahmad Faiz     (B) Ahmad Faraz     (C) Patras Bukhari     (D) Qateel Shafai
Q No 26:   Theory of Evolution is by
(A) Nixon      (B) Darwin      (C) Nicholson     (D) Marx
Q No 27:   Theory of graviton by
(A) Marx      (B) Hegal      (C) Nixon      (D) Newton
Q No 28:   Theory of motion by
(A) Darwin      (B) Marx       (C) Newton      (D) Hegal
Q No 29:   Champion trophy 2013 was held in
(A) USA      (B) England      (C) France     (D) Pakistan
Q No 30:    Napoleon defeated in which war
(A)  Waterloo    (B) Boxer     (C)  Delhi      (D) Karnataka
Q No 31:  Shokes Holls is the character of
(A) John Milton        (B)Chaucer            (C) Keats          (D)  Shakespeare
Q No 32:   Manmohan Singh is
(A) poet    (B) novelist      (C) Economist       (D) cricketer
Q No 33:  Mother Teresa was
(A) Doctor     (B)   social worker     (C) teacher        (D)  politician
Q No 34:   Iranian present president
(A) Hassan Rohani      (B) Hashmi Rafsanjani     (C) Ali Khamnai     (D) Muhammad Khatami
Q No 35:    Bashar al Assad is a president of
(A) Egypt       (B) Malaysia      (C) Indonesia      (D) Syria
Q No 36:    Diamir Bhasha Dam is in:
(A) Peshawar                 (B) DG Khan         (C) Gilgat          (D) Rawalpindi
Q No 37:   Durand Line is between Pakistan and:
(A) India      (B) Afghanistan       (C) Nepal        (D) Bangladesh
Q No 38:   Formosa is the old name of:
(A) Cambodia        (B) Rhodesia       (C) Taiwan       (D) Bangkok
Q No 39:    Financial Deficit means:
(A)  accessed of issuing paper money    (B) increased price  (C) decreased price    (D) none of these
Q No 40:    Defence minister of Pakistan
(A) Khawaja Asif     (B) Shahbaz Sharif      (C) Ishaq Dar      (D) None of these
Q No 41:    Chief Minister of KPK is
(A) Abdul Malik    (B)  Sami Durran     (C) Perveez Khatak     (D)  Mehmood Khan
Q No 42:   Lowest density of population in which  province
(A) Punjab   (B) Balochistan    (C) KPK      (D) Sindh
Q No 43:    Confucius was ancient philosopher of
(A) China     (B) Egypt      (C) Japan      (D) Indonesia
Q No 44:   Sacred book of Sikhism was written by
(A) Bhai Maharaj Singh       (B) Bikramjit Singh Sandhar     (C)Bhai Sahib Mohinder     (D) Singh Guru Nanak
Q No 45:     The first international organization was:
(A) United Nations       (B) Commonwealth Organization      (C) League of Nations       (D) None of the above
Q No 46:    Alexander belongs to
(A) Iran      (B) Iraq    (C) Macedonia      (D) Syria
Q No 47:  Windows application for PC designed
(A) Babbage      (B) Nicholson       (C) Nixon      (D) Bill Gates
Q No 48:   Number of total Round Table Conferences are.
(A) 3       (B) 5           (C) 7       (D) 6
Q No 49:       Capital of India before British took powers
(A) Delhi      (B) Lucknow      (C) Calcutta     (D) Madras
Q No 50:   Mohammad bin Qasim was relative of
(A) Hajajb in Yousaf     (B) Tariq bin Ziad     (C) Raja Dahir     (D) none of these

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