Q No 1: Name the person, who was exiled to Saint Helena after
(A) Adolf Hitler (B) Napoleon Bonaparte (C) Rommel (D) Hindenburg
Q No2 : CT scan stand for which of the following?
(A) Computed Tomography (B) Computer Topography I (C) Computed Topography (D) Computer Tomography
Q No3 : Who was the inventor of Mouse?
(A) Douglas Englebart (B) Ada Lovelace (C) Charles Babbage (D) None of these
Q No 4: Normandy is in?
(A) Italy (B) England (C) Austria (D) France
Q No 5: Sir Laurence Olivier was an?
(A) Engineer (B) Actor (C) Comedian (D) Politician
Q No 6: “Kofi Annan” a former Secretary General of U.N.O belonged to:
(A) Tanzania (B) Kenya (C) Ghana (D) Chad
Q No 7: Capital of the Ghana Is:
(A) Harare (B) Accra (C) Kinshasa (D) Banjul
Q No 8: The country of Ghana was formerly known by what name?
(A) Grain Coast (B) Gold Coast (C) ivory Coast (D) Slave Coast
Q No 9: Congo Is the new name of:
(A) Madagascar (B) Petrograd (C) Zaire (D) Cape Canaveral
Q No 10: Black Pool is?
(A) Mountain (B) Town (C) Airport (D) Strait
Q No 11: Rakh Ghulaman Livestock farm is in?
(A) Okara (B) Sahiwal (C) Bhakkar (D) Mianwali
Q No 12: Which is the biggest fresh water lake in the world?
(A) Chilka Lake (B) Caspian Lake (C) Dal Lake (D) Lake Superior
Q No 13 : Which is the deepest lake in the world?
(A) Titicaca (B) Victoria (C) Baikal (D) Superior
Q No 14 : Mountain is in?
(A) England (B) Turkey (C) Greece (D) Russia
Q No 15: Which country is the 2nd largest oil producer in the world?
(A) Russia (B) USA (C) Kuwait (D) Saudi Arabia
Q No 16 : Bering strait separated Russia from?
(A) China (B) USA (C) Japan (D) Canada Opium
Q No 17: War was fought between China and?
(A) French (B) Portuguese (C) Indian (D) British
Q No 18: International dateline passes through?
(A) Bering Strait (B) Strait of Hormuz (C) Dover Strait (D) Davis Strait
Q No 19: Shortest day in Australia will be on?
(A) 25 December (B) 22 December (C) 15 June (D) 21 June
Q No 20: Mention the nickname of atomic bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima in 1945?
(A) Little Boy (B) Daisy cutter (C) Big Giant (D) Sharp boy
Q No 21: The Treaty of Sevres was signed in?
(A) 1921 (B) 1924 (C) 1920 (D) 1919
Q No 22: Mustafa Kamal Pasha abolished the Khllafat In?
(A) 1921 (B) 1924
(C) 1926 (D) 1920
Q No 23: “We the people of United Nations” are the opening word of which of the historical documents?
(A) Human Right Charter (B) US charter (C) UN Charter (D) UNHCR Charter
Q No 24: Koh-e-Judi is located in?
(A) India (B) Turkey (C) Sri Lanka (D) Iraq
Q No 25: Koh-e-Toor is in?
(A) Sinai (B) Syria (C) Iraq (D) Egypt
Q No26 : The name of Ceylon changed into Sri Lanka in?
(A) 1965 (B) 1972
(C) 1976 (D) 1974
Q No 27: One yard is equal to?
(A) 0.989 m (B) 0.914 m (C) 1.125 m (D) 1.150 m
Q No 28: 1 BTU is equal to how many joules?
(A) 1055 (B) 1075
(C) 1050 (D) 1155
Q No 29: One Gram of gold is equai to how many Milligrams of gold?
(A) 100 mg (B) 500 mg (C) 1000 mg (D) 10,000 mg
Q No 30: Adam’s Peak is located in?
(A) Nepal (B) Iran (C) Sri Lanka (D) India
Q No 31: One inch Is equai to?
(A) 2.5 cm (B) 2 cm (C) 2.54 cm (D) 3.00 cm
Q No 32: If 5X -15=50 then find the value of X?
(A) 15 (B) 17
(C) 13 (D) 11
Q No 33: Oldest Inhabited city in the world Is?
(A) Harappa (B) Mchenjodarro (C) Damascus (D) Taxlia
Q No 34: The Cultural Center of Gandhara Civilization was situated at present day In:
(A) Afghanistan (B) Pakistan (C) China (D) Iraq
Q No 35: Oldest monarchy Is:
(A)Saudi Arab (B) UAE (C) Japan (D) Kuwait
Q No 36: Father of Homeopathy is?
(A) Samuel Hahnemann (B) Hahnemann (C) Sigmund (D) Robert Dove
Q No 37: The book ‘Wealth of Nations’ was written by:
(A) John Marshal (B) Karl Marx (C) Max Muiier (D) None of these
Q No 38. Communist Manifesto was originally published In which language?
(A) Greek (B) Russian (C) French (D) German
Q No 39. The famous incident of Boston Tea Party took place in?
(A) 1770 (B) 1765
(C) 1773 (D) 1776
Q No 40. Ahmad Khan Kharai the famous character of war of independence belongs to?
(A) Gogera (B) Satlana (C) Jhamra (D) Cheecha Watni
Q No 41: Faiz Ahmad Faiz was imprisoned for his alleged involvement in __________ conspiracy.
(A) Agartala (B) Lahore (C) Attack (D) Rawalpindi
Q No 42. “Pride and Prejudice” was written by:
(A) Jane Austen (B) Thomas Hardy (C) Agatha Christi (D) George Orwell
Q No 43. Cholera Is caused by?
(A) Cocci (B) Virus (C) Bacteria (D) None of these
Q No 44. Which of the following disease is not caused by virus?
(A) Small pox (B) Polio (C) Typhoid (D) Mumps
Q No 45. Which among the following is Starch digesting enzyme?
(A) Protease (B) Lipase (C) Amyiase (D) None of these
Q No 46. Another name for Vitamin C is:
(A) Ascorbic Acid (B) Acetic Acid (C) Citric Acid (D) Lysozyme
Q No 47. Which is used as moderator in atomic reactor?
(A) Water (B) Uranium (C) Platinum (D) Heavy Water
Q No 48. Guava is a rich source of:
(A) Vitamin C (B) Vitamin D (C) Vitamin A (D) Calcium
Q No 49. “Conversations with My self was written by?
(A) Barak Obama (B) Nelson Mandela (C) Tony Biair (D) None of these
Q No 50. Diameter of Jupiter Is times of earth’s diameter?
(A) 13 (B)11
(C) 0 (D) 10