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PPSC Inspector Legal In Punjab Police Department Solved Papers 2015

PPSC Inspector Legal In Punjab Police Department Solved Papers 2015 

PUNJAB POLICE DEPARTMENT PAPERS
INSPECTOR LEGAL (SPECIAL CADRE) BS-16
PAPER: GENERAL KNOWLEDGE 

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE MCQS

1. What is the term used to denote the unauthorized and illegal accessing of computer programs, often with criminal intent?
(A)Virus
(B) Plagiarism
(C)Hacking ✓
(D) Breach

2.Which public holiday is celebrated in the USA on 4 July every year?
(A) Constitution Day
(B) Independence Day ✓
(C) Blacks Day
(D) New Deal

3.Which country in the Middle East is the Hashemite Kingdom?
(A) Jordan ✓
(B) Egypt
(C) Syria
(D) Kuwait

4.Which body of people is sometimes referred to as “the Fourth Estate”?
(A) Judiciary
(B) Executive
(C) The Press ✓
(D) Senate

5.What is the Richter Scale used to measure?
(A) Food
(B) Volcano
(C) Earthquake ✓
(D) Tsunami

6."Kindergarten" refers to?
(A) a Nursery School ✓
(B) a small garden
(C) a children playground
(D) a children's ward in Hospital

7.What did Burma change its name to in 1989?
(A) Myanmar ✓
(B) Rangoon
(C) Brazil
(D) Naypyidaw

8.Which body organ produces Urine?
(A) Pancreas
(B) Uterus
(C) Kidney ✓
(D) Large Intestine

9.What is meant by ‘Cock and Bull Story'?
(A) true story
(B) a lengthy tale
(C) story told by an idiot
(D) an unbelievable tale ✓

10. Rule of Thumb:
(A) mark of thum on a legal paper
(B) an easily applied procedure for making a determination ✓
(C) an easy choice
(D) an unknown rule

11. Renaissance movement started first in:
(A) France
(B) Italy ✓
(C) United Kingdom
(D) Sweden

12. What are Newton's used to measure?
(A) Gravity ✓
(B) Volcano
(C) Earthquake
(D) Tsunami

13. What is the most abundant element in the universe?
(A) Hydrogen ✓
(B) Oxygen
(C) Sodium
(D) Copper

14. How many chambers are there in the human heart?
(A) 2
(B) 4 ✓
(C) 6
(D) 8

15. GDP stands for:
(A) Gross Daily Product
(B) Gross Domestic Product ✓
(C) Gross Domestic Purchase
(D) Gross Daily Purchase

16. Hard disk in a computer is a/an?
(A) Output Device
(B) Processor
(C) Software
(D) Storage Device ✓

17. A set of instructions that operates various parts of the Computer Hardware is called?
(A) Hardware Manager
(B) Device
(C) Software ✓
(D) URL

18. The Capital of Tajikistan is:
(A) Dodoma
(B) Dushanbe ✓
(C) Astana
(D) Tashkent

19. World Water Day is celebrated on:
(A) 22nd March ✓
(B) 22nd June
(C) 22nd July
(D) None of these

20. One who is capable of dealing with many subjects is called:
(A) Genius
(B) Intellectual
(C) Versatile ✓
(D) Vulnerable

21. What is the one word substitution for a person who is unable to pay his debt:
(A) Poor
(B) Vagabond
(C) Solvent
(D) Insolvent ✓

22. The Great Persian Empire was founded by:
(A) Darius-I
(B) Raza Shah Pehlvi
(C) Cyrus the Great ✓
(D) Shah Abbas

23. The place of Persepolis in Iran was destroyed in 331 B.C. by:
(A) a flood
(B) Alexander the Great ✓
(C) Genghis Khan
(D) Ottoman Turks

24. The Palace of King Nebuchadnezzar was situated in the city of:
(A) Nineveh
(B) Babylon ✓
(C) Korasabad
(D) Dizful

25. Which vitamin is provided by sunlight to the body?
(A) Vitamin A
(B) Vitamin B
(C) Vitamin C
(D) Vitamin D ✓

26. The enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) uses:
(A) Antibodies ✓
(B) Pathogens
(C) Tissues
(D) Chemicals

27. What is chlamydomonas?
(A) An algae ✓
(B) A fungus
(C) An animal
(D) A fossil

28. In which year, was the 1st widely-available Web browser, Mosaic, released?
(A) 1993 ✓
(B) 1995
(C) 1996
(D) 1998

29. The World famous “Golden Gate Bridge" is situated in:
(A) London
(B) Paris
(C) San Francisco ✓
(D)Sydney

30. The smallest unit of data in a computer is:
(A) Bit ✓
(B) Kilobit
(C) Terabyte
(D) Byte

31. What is most common salt in sea water:
(A) Calcium Carbonate
(B) Potassium Chloride
(C) Sodium Chloride ✓
(D) Magnesium Sulphate

32. “The Last Supper”, a famous Renaissance painting was masterpiece of:
(A) Titan
(B) Michael Angelo
(C) Leonardo de Vinci ✓
(D) Raphel

33. The international secretariat of Amnesty International is situated in:
(A) New York
(B) London ✓
(C) Geneva
(D) Paris

34. The organ in the body which accumulates Iodine is:
(A) Pituitary gland
(B) Thyroid gland ✓
(C) Thymus
(D) Parathyroid

35. Who invented chronometer?
(A) John Harrison ✓
(B) Marconi
(C) Dalton
(D) Noneofthese

36. Which is called the “Land of the Midnight Sun”?
(A) Denmark
(B) Belgium
(C) Norway ✓
(D) Canada

37. Wimbledon, known for Lawn tennis courts, is in:
(A) New York
(B) London ✓
(C) Washington
(D) Geneva

38. Britain’s highest military award is:
(A) Victoria Cross ✓
(B) Iron Cross
(C) Military Cross
(D) Medal of Honour

39. The book “A Farewell to Arms” was written by:
(A) Ernest Hemingway ✓
(B) Charles Dickens
(C) Huxley
(D) Thomas Hardy

40. The oldest monarchy in the World is that of:
(A) Japan ✓
(B) Nepal
(C) UK
(D) Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

41. The dress made out of which of the following materials is safest to wear while cooking?
(A) Silk
(B) Nylon
(C) Cotton ✓
(D) Terylene

42. Which of the following gases is used for refrigeration?
(A) Chlorine
(B) Ammonia ✓
(C) Phosphine
(D) Carbon dioxide

43. Philology is:
(A) Study of bones
(B) Study of muscles
(C) Study of architecture
(D) Scientific study of literary texts ✓

44. The 1st satellite was launched by:
(A) 'France
(B) USSR ✓
(C) Japan
(D) UK

45. As of 2012, how many countries were members of the Non-Aligned Movement:
(A) 100
(B) 110
(C) 120 ✓
(D) 150

46. Which of the following agencies related to UNO was in existence before the World War II?
(A) WHO
(B) FAO
(C) ILO ✓
(D) IMF

47. The first SAARC summit was held at?
(A) New Delhi
(B) Dhaka ✓
(C) Islamabad
(D) Nepal

48. Which among the following is a positively charged particle emitted by a radioactive element?
(A) Beta rays
(B) Alpha rays ✓
(C) Gamma rays
(D) Cathode rays

49. If there is no sun, the color of the sky would be:
(A) Orange
(B) Blue
(C) Yellow
(D) None of these ✓

50. Which of the following is not a chemical reaction?
(A) Burning of a paper
(B) Conversion of water into stream ✓
(C) Digestion of food
(D) Burning of coal

51. A chronometer meter measures:
(A) Soundwaves
(B) Time ✓
(C) Color contrast
(D) Water waves

52. The lightest particle of thematter is:
(A) Electron
(B) Neutron ✓
(C) Proton
(D) Deutron

53. Meteorology is:
(A) Science of atmosphere ✓
(B) Study of weights & measures
(C) Study of growth
(D) Study of Stars

54. Which is called “Key to the Mediterranean"?
(A) Gilbraltar ✓
(B) Egypt
(C) Indonesia
(D) Iraq

55. Which of the following is known as ‘Land of White Elephants'?
(A) Netherlands
(B) Indonesia
(C) Thailand ✓
(D) Belgium

56. “Hansard” is the official verbatim report of the:
(A) British Parliament ✓
(B) US Parliament
(C) Swiss Parliament
(D) Indian Parliament

57. Who said, “Better to reign in Hell than Serve in Heaven"
(A) Milton ✓
(B) William Shakespeare
(C) Tennyson
(D) William Wordsworth

58. Vasco de Gama was the native of:
(A) United Kingdom
(B) Portugal ✓
(C) Spain
(D) Greece

59. Which country is separated from Ethiopia by the Red Sea?
(A) Jordan
(B) Iraq
(C) Kuwait
(D) Yemen ✓

60. The term Paper Gold is associated with:
(A) Deficit Budgeting
(B) Special drawing rights in international monetary system ✓
(C) Special facility for World Bank
(D) Gold Standard

61. Income that is saved and not invested is known as:
(A) Capital
(B) Deposit ✓
(C) Hoarding
(D) None of these

62. European Union consists of:
(A) 20 members
(B) 28 members ✓
(C) 30 members
(D) 25 members

63. KGB was the national security agency of-
(A) Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
(B) UK
(C) Syria
(D) Soviet Union ✓

64. Who was the surgeon who pioneered antiseptic surgery in 1865?
(A) Edward Jenner
(B) Joseph Lister ✓
(C) Henry William
(D) John Sleeman

65. The credit of developing the polio vaccine goes to:
(A) Jonas Salk ✓
(B) Alb E, Sabin
(C) Selman Waksman
(D) None of these

66. Who invented the ball point pen?
(A) Waterman
(B) Oscar
(C) Wilson
(D) Lazio Biro ✓

67. Blaise Pascal is associated with:
(A) Calculation Machine ✓
(B) Computer
(C) Cinema
(D) None of these

68. A metal which is liquid at room temperature is:
(A) Gold
(B) Aluminium
(C) Mercury ✓
(D) Platinum

69. Study of earthquakes is known as:
(A) Ecology
(B) Seismology ✓
(C) Numismatics
(D) None of these

70. Ecology deals with:
(A) Birds
(B) Cell formation
(C) Relations between Organisms and their Environment ✓
(D) Tissues

71. Oncology is the study of:
(A) Plants
(B) Cancer ✓
(C) Mammals
(D) Soil

72. Optic fibres are mainly used for which of the following?
(A) Weaving
(B) Eye Surgery
(C) Communication ✓
(D) Food Industry

73. Mount Logan is the highest peak in which country?
(A) Canada ✓
(B) Portugal
(C) Russia
(D) Cuba

74. In which State of U S.A is the Harvard University?
(A) California
(B) Massachusetts ✓
(C) New York
(D) Florida

75. The first test tube baby of the World was born in:
(A) France
(B) Philippines
(C) Britain ✓
(D) USA

76. What makes a lemon sour?
(A) Tartaric acid
(B) Citric acid ✓
(C) Acetic acid
(D) Hydrochloric acid

77. “Stare decisis” is essentially the doctrine of:
(A) national security
(B) precedent
(C) strategic depth
(D) rule of law ✓

78. Which country is the largest producer of ptatinum?
(A) South Africa ✓
(B) USA
(C) Russia
(D) Canada

79. The country traditionally known for its neutrality?
(A) Sweden
(B) Switzerland ✓
(C) France
(D) China

80. Who discovered the Solar system?
(A) Copernicus ✓
(B) Newton
(C) Galileo
(D) Kepler

81. Fathom is the unit of measurement for:
(A) Sound
(B) Depth ✓
(C) Energy
(D) Time

82. Which is the hardest among following?
(A) Radium
(B) Diamond ✓
(C) Graphite
(D) Gold

83. Which is the sport most commonly associated with Spain?
(A) Football
(B) Bull Fighting ✓
(C) Archery
(D) Basebail

84. Which of the following is associated with Einstein?
(A) Radioactivity
(B) Theory of Relativity ✓
(C) Rocket propulsion
(D) Quantum Theory

85. Who among the following received Nobel Prize twice:
(A) Frederic Joliot
(B) Marie Curie ✓
(C) Irene Curie
(D) John Wheeler

86. The smallest gland in the body is:
(A) adrenal
(B) pancreas
(C) pineal body ✓
(D) pituitary

87. London is situated on the bank of river?
(A) Tyne
(B) Seine
(C) Thames ✓
(D) Came

88. Plants during night exhale:
(A) Oxygen
(B) Carbon dioxide ✓
(C) Nitrogen
(D) Hydrogen

89. The headquarters of OPEC countries is at:
(A) Vienna ✓
(B) Jakarta
(C) Hague
(D) Berlin

90. The only Hindu State* in the World is:
(A) Sri Lanka
(B) Nepal ✓
(C) Bhutan
(D) India

91. In which year UNO was established?
(A) 1944
(B) 1945 ✓ [October 24, 1945, San Francisco, California, United States]
(C) 1946
(D) 1935

92. The first astronaut who landed on the Moon?
(A) Yuri Gagarin
(B) Neil Armstrong ✓
(C) Neil Bohr
(D) None of these

93. Which Continent has no desert?
(A) Australia
(B) Europe ✓
(C) Asia
(D) Africa

94. Which Pakistani poet got ‘Lenin Prize'
(A) Habib Jalib
(B) Ahmad Faraz
(C) Faiz Ahmad Faiz ✓
(D) None of these

95. When RCD (Regional Cooperation for Development) was replaced by ECO (Economic Cooperation Organization)?
(A) 1982
(B) 1985 ✓
(C) 1986
(D) 1990

96. Inflation means that:
(A) Money falls in value ✓
(B) Rises in value
(C) Money becomes scarce
(D) None of these

97. Who among the following is associated with the Theory of Laissez Faire?
(A) Adam Smith ✓
(B) Marshal
(C) Keynes
(D) Max Muller

98. America's Cup is associated with which of the following sports?
(A) Sailing✓
(B) Hockey
(C) Canoeing
(D) Tennis

99. Silk is produced by:
(A) Larva of Silkworm ✓
(B) Eggs of silkworm
(C) Pupa of silkworm
(D) None of these

100. Scurvy is a disease of:
(A) eyes
(B) skin ✓
(C) hair
(D) liver



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