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PPSC Civil Judges-Cum-Judicial Magistrates, 2003 Solved Past Papers

PPSC Civil Judges-Cum-Judicial Magistrates, 2003 Solved Past Papers
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CIVIL JUDGES-CUM-JUDICIAL MAGISTRATES, 2003 


1. The theory of ‘Clash of Civilizations' was presented by:
(A) Francis Fukuyama
(B) Michael W. Doyle
(C) Fouad Ajami
(D) Samuel P. Huntington ✓

2. Which of the following countries has signed and ratified ‘Kyoto Protocol’ an International environmental protection treaty
(A) Germany
(B) France
(C) Japan
(D) All of the above ✓

3. Under which of the following case, it was decided that' No judge of the superior court can be sent to the Federal Shariat Court without his consent:
(A) Al-Jihad Trust Case 1996 ✓
(B) Khizer Sultan Case 2001
(C) Dewan Ali Case 2001
(D) None of the above

4. 'Al-Jazeera' television network is based in:
(A) Iraq
(B) Bahrain
(C) Jordan
(D) Qatar ✓

5. Which country is situated below the sea level?
(A) New Zealand
(B) Netherlands ✓
(C) Australia
(D) Japan

6. In Pakistan, the largest share of electricity comes from the source of:
(A) Thermal ✓
(B) Hydel
(C) Nuclear
(D) Coal

7. United Nations chief weapons inspector Hans Blinx belongs to:
(A) Norway
(B) Sweden ✓
(C) Italy
(D) France

8. 'Pre-emptive attack’ is an :
(A) attack before enemy's attack ✓
(B) attack with chemical weapons
(C) attack with conventional weapons
(D) diplomatic pressure on the rival country:

9. Which of the following gases is mainly causing global warming:
(A) Nitrogen
(B) Methane
(C) Carbon dioxide ✓
(D) Hydrogen

10. In South Asia, the highest per capita income is in:
(A) Pakistan
(B) India
(C) Sri Lanka ✓
(D) Maldives

11. The headquarters of The Arab League lire situated at:
(A) Doha
(B) Cairo ✓
(C) Abu Dhabi
(D) Riyadh

12. Which of the following three countries have abolished Death Penalty for all offences during 2002?
(A) Turkey, Tanzania, Mexico ✓
(B) Vietnam, Syria, Bangladesh
(C) Malaysia, South Korea, Egypt
(D) Cyprus, Serbia, Montenegro

13. According to a latest research, global warming would increase temperature on earth at least one degree centigrade in :
(A) 20 years
(B) 30 years
(C) 50 years ✓
(D) 100 years

14. Which International Organization was founded on 25th May 1981:
(A) The Arab League
(B) OIC
(C) SAARC
(D) Gulf Cooperation Council ✓

15. According to a recent report of 'Amnesty International' the largest number of death penalties during 2002 were awarded in:
(A) China
(B) Iran
(C) USA
(D) Saudi Arabia ✓

16. Under the 'Prohibition of Smoking and Protection of Non-Smokers Ordinance 2002,' the sale of cigarettes is prohibited in Pakistan for people below the age of:
(A) 14 years
(B) 16 years
(C) 18 years ✓
(D) 20 years

17. Which of the following historical monuments was built in 1642 AD:
(A) Tomb of Emperor Jahangir
(B) Badshahi Mosque
(C) Shalamar Garden ✓
(D) Wazir Khan Mosque

18. US inventor Martin Cooper invented ‘Mobile Phone' in:
(A) 1969
(B) 1973 ✓
(C) 1976
(D) 1980

19. The largest coal reserves in Pakistan have recently been discovered in the district of:
(A) Sibbi
(B) Noshki
(C) Kalat
(D) Tharparkar ✓

20. ‘Anaemia’ is:
(A) Respiratory disease
(B) Brain disease
(C) Nervous disorder
(D) Bloodlessness ✓

21. The world's largest natural gas deposits are in:
(A) USA
(B) Russia ✓
(C) China
(D) France

22. Which country's parliament is called ‘Jatiya Sangasad':
(A) Nepal
(B) Sri Lanka
(C) Bhutan
(D) None of the above ✓

23. Russian space scientists have made a plan to launch a manned flight to Mars by:
(A) 2010
(B) 2014
(C) 2018
(D) 2030 ✓

24. The lowest point on earth is:
(A) Dead sea ✓
(B) Death Valley
(D) None of the above
(C) Caspian Sea

25. 'Petra' Is the news agency of:
(A) Poland
(B) Syria
(C) Jordan ✓
(D) Qatar

26. Abu Rehan Al Bairunl was a great:
(A) Mathematician
(B) Astronomer
(C) Physician
(D) All of the above ✓

27. The headquarters of International Environmental Organization 'Green Peace’ are situated at
(A) Amsterdam ✓
(B) Paris
(C) Brussels
(D) Vienna

28. The oldest among the Seven Wonders of the World was:
(A) The Pyramids of Egypt ✓
(B) The Hanging Gardens of Babylon
(C) The Statue of Zeus
(D) The Temple of Artemis

29. 'Modem' in a computer is:
(A) a unit that enables a computer to be linked to other computers over a telephone line ✓
(B) a memory unit where information is temporarily stored
(C) a screen which is used to display computer information
(D) a unit of space

30. The world's largest desert is:
(A) Sahara ✓
(B) Gobi
(C) Atacama
(D) Thar

31. 'Asmara' is the capital of:
(A) Cameroon
(B) Eritrea ✓
(C) Peru
(D) Rwanda

32. In the modem world, the office of 'Ombudsman' was first created in :
(A) United Kingdom
(B) United States
(C) Switzerland
(D) Sweden ✓

33. In chronological order, which of the following personalities come first:
(A) Plato
(B) Aristotle
(C) Socrates ✓
(D) Epicurus

34. Israel snatched ‘Golan Heights’ in 1967 from:
(A) Egypt
(B) Lebanon
(C) Jordan
(D) Syria ✓

35. What is the range of 'Shaheen-T missile of Pakistan?
(A) 600 km
(B) 750 km ✓
(C) 1000 km
(D) 12O0km

36. 'Alexandria' is the seaport of:
(A) Greece
(B) Iraq
(C) Syria
(D) Egypt ✓

37. Cyprus was divided in to Greek and Turkish parts in:
(A) 1970
(B) 1974 ✓
(C) 1978
(D) 1980

38. Which of the following central European countries will join the European Union in 2004?
(A) Poland
(B) Hungary
(C) Czech Republic
(D) All of the Above ✓

39. In violation of the Indus Basin Treaty 1960, India has planned 'Baghliar Dam1 on riven
(A) Chenab ✓
(B) Jhelum
(C) Indus
(D) Sutlej

40. The largest among the following is:
(A) A Galaxy ✓
(B) The Earth
(C) The Sun
(D) A Solar System

41. What is ‘Sinn Fein’?
(A) The first artificial satellite placed in Earth’s orbit
(B) A spiritual movement in China
(C) A political party of Northern Ireland ✓
(D) Foreign Minister of Japan

42. ‘Rand’ is the currency unit of:
(A) Sudan
(B) South Africa ✓
(C) Thailand
(D) None of the above

43. How many times Pakistan has been elected a non-permanent member of UN Security Council:
(A) Three
(B) Five
(C) Six
(D) Seven ✓

44. In South Asia, the highest infant mortality rate is in:
(A) India
(B) Bangladesh ✓
(C) Pakistan
(D) Bhutan

45. The power generating capacity of Ghazi Brotha project would be:
(A) 950MW
(B) 1250MW
(C) 1350MW
(D) 1450MW ✓

46. Tea plant was first grown in:
(A) India
(B) Kenya
(C) Sri Lanka
(D) China ✓

47. Tartus’is the seaport of:
(A) Turkey
(B) Lebanon
(C) Syria ✓
(D) Algeria

48. In the Muslim world, the highest per capita income is recorded in:
(A) Saudi Arabia
(B) Qatar
(C) Kuwait ✓
(D) Brunei Darussalam

49. US Naval Base at ‘Guantanamo Bay' is located in:
(A) Japan
(B) South Korea
(C) Qatar
(D) Cuba ✓

50. 'Tenge’ is the currency unit of:
(A) Vietnam
(B) Mongolia
(C) Cambodia
(D) None of the above ✓

51. ‘SARS’ stands for:
(A) Slowly Acquired Respiratory Syndrome
(B) Severe Acute Respiratory Symptoms
(C) Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome ✓
(D) Suddenly Acquired Respiratory Syndrome

52. In which of the following south Asian countries, the political structure is 'Unitary':
(A) Bangladesh
(B) Sri Lanka
(C) Maldives
(D) All of the above ✓

53. 'Boy Scouts Movement' was founded by Robert Baden Powell in:
(A) 1908 ✓
(B) 1912
(C) 1920
(D) 1923

54. Which planet has the largest number of satellites?
(A) Saturn
(B) Jupiter ✓
(C) Earth
(D) Mars

55. Who administered the oath of office to Liaquat Ali Khan as the first Prime Minister of Pakistan?
(A) Quaid-i-Azam ✓
(B) Justice Mian Abdul Rashid
(C) Lord Mountbatten.
(D) Maulvi Tamizuddin.

56. The world's largest glacier is:
(A) Lambert ✓
(B) Siachin
(C) Hispar
(D) None of the above

57. ‘McMahon Line' is a boundary between:
(A) Germany and Poland
(C) China and India
(B) India and Nepal ✓
(D) China and Nepal

58. 'Aeroflot' is an Airline of:
(A) USA
(B) Russia ✓
(C) Germany
(D) Australia

59. Pakistan's peacekeeping troops have served under United Nations in:
(A) Congo
(B) Haiti
(C) Sierra Leone
(D) All of the above ✓

60. Pakistan has now become world's fifth largest producer of:
(A) Mangoes
(B) Cotton ✓
(C) Milk
(D) Dates

61. The discovery of Radium in 1898, led to the invention of:
(A) Camera
(B) X-ray machine ✓
(C) Electric bulb
(D) Missile

62. The ruling dynasty of India from 1290 to 1320 AD was:
(A) Khilji Dynasty ✓
(B) Tughlaq Dynasty
(C) Slave Dynasty
(D) Lodhi Dynasty

63. The world’s oldest National Anthem is of:
(A) China
(B) Iran
(C) Greece
(D) Japan ✓

64. ’Kohat Tunnel Project’ is being completed with the financial assistance of:
(A) Japan ✓
(B) South Korea
(C) China
(D) USA

65. 'Penology1 is the study of:
(A) Finger prints for the identification of criminals
(B) Criminal punishment and its effects on culprits ✓
(C) Toxic drugs
(D) None of the above

66. The world's most populous city is:
(A) Kolkata
(B) Beijing
(C) New York
(D) Tokyo ✓

67. The only spy museum has recently been opened in:
(A) Washington D C
(B) London
(C) Moscow ✓
(D) Paris

68. United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Sergio de Mello belongs to:
(A) Germany
(B) Belgium
(C) Spain
(D) Brazil ✓

69. Which of the following International Organizations has no headquarters:
(A) GCC
(B) OAU
(C) G-8 ✓
(D) D-8

70. The world's oldest written language is:
(A) Chinese ✓
(B) Japanese
(C) Cambodian
(D) Latin

71. The world's largest mammal is:
(A) Tiger
(B) Camel
(C) Giraffe
(D) Whale ✓

72. When two or more political parties combine to form a government, it is called:
(A) An Alliance
(B) A Coalition ✓
(C) A Mixed Government
(D) All of the above

73. Which country has the largest number of Internet users In the world?
(A) USA
(B) Japan
(C) India
(D) China ✓

74. The first South Aslan Federation Games were held in 1987 at:
(A) New Delhi
(B) Karachi
(C) Colombo
(D) Kathmandu ✓

75. Which of the following Gulf States has recently adopted a written constitution?
(A) Oman
(B) Saudi Arabia
(C) Qatar ✓
(D) UAE

76. The world’s largest bay is:
(A) Bay of Bengal
(B) Hudson Bay ✓
(C) Bay of Biscay
(D) Lyme Bay

77. Which capital city is situated at the highest altitude?
(A) Ankara
(B) Sofia
(C) Minsk
(D) LaPaz ✓

78. The world's longest mountain range is:
(A) The Andes ✓
(B) The Alps
(C) Himalayas
(D) Karakoram

79. Point X is in the north of point Y and point Y is east of point Z, to which direction is point X with respect to Z:
(A) North East ✓
(B) North
(C) East
(D) South East

80. Which country is called 'Land of Cakes':
(A) Italy
(B) Spain
(C) Scotland ✓
(D) Thailand

81. The world's largest bicycle manufacturer is:
(A) India
(B) China ✓
(C) South Korea
(D) Pakistan

82. Under the roadmap, announced on 30th April, 2003 an Independent Palestinian State would be established by the end of:
(A) 2004
(B) 2005 ✓
(C) 2006
(D) 2007

83. 'Antara' Is the news agency of:
(A) Indonesia ✓
(B) Turkey
(C) Syria
(D) Malaysia

84. The 10th meeting of OIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation) will be held on September 2003 at:
(A) Doha ✓
(B) Cairo
(C) Islamabad
(D) Kuala Lumpur

85. The Line of Control in Kashmir was recognized through:
(A) Tashkent agreement 1966
(B) Lahore agreement 1999
(C) Simla agreement 1972 ✓
(D) Karachi agreement 1949

86. Dragon air* is an airline of:
(A) Japan
(B) South Korea
(C) North Korea
(D) Hong Kong ✓

87. “Quald-e-Azam Jlnnah The story of a Nation" Is a biography of Quaid-e-Azam written-by:
(A) Hector Bolltho
(B) Matlub ul Hasan Syed
(C) K.K.AzIz
(D) G. Aliana ✓

88. Which one Is not the official language of United Nations?
(A) Spanish
(B) Arabic
(C) German ✓
(D) Russian

89. A Swiss scientist A.L. Breguet was the inventor of:
(A) Watch ✓
(B) Piano
(C) Parachute
(D) Clock

90. Iraq's old name was:
(A) Najd
(B) Mesopotamia ✓
(C) Tripoli
(D) Abyssinia

91. 'Bactria' is the old name of:
(A) Syria
(B) Turkey
(C) Afghanistan ✓
(D) Sri Lanka

92. A great traveler 'Ibn e Batuta’ belonged to
(A) Tunis
(B) Syria
(C) Morocco ✓
(D) Spain

93. The world's first International Airline, operated its first flight in 1920 was:
(A) KLM (Netherlands) ✓
(B) Aeroflot (Russia)
(C) Lufthansa (Germany)
(D) Delta (USA)

94. The population of the Muslims in the world is around:
(A) 80 million
(B) 93 million
(C) 1.3 billion ✓
(D) 2.3 billion

95. The Statue of Liberty was presented to the United States by the people of
(A) Britain
(B) Germany
(C) Canada
(D) France ✓

96. The U S government has recently allocated 5 billion dollars for the 'Millennium Challenge Account' to:
(A) Combat the fatal disease of Aids
(B) Fight global poverty ✓
(C) Control International Terrorism
(D) Support newly emerging democracies.

97. Which is the lightest of all the gases?
(A) Oxygen
(B) Nitrogen
(C) Hydrogen ✓
(D) Carbon dioxide

98. Among the SAARC countries, the smallest by area and population is:
(A) Bhutan
(B) Nepal
(C) Maldives ✓
(D) Sri Lanka

99. 'After USA the largest number of Atomic Reactors is in:
(A) Japan
(B) Russia
(C) UK
(D) France ✓

100. Which of the following Mughal emperors was bom at Lahore in 1592?
(A) Jahangir
(B) Akbar
(C) Shah Jahan ✓
(D) Aurangzeb
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