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PPSC District Officer Civil Defence 2015 Solved Past Papers



1. Ahmed Khan Kharal of Neeli Bar was a
(A) Freedom Fighter ✓
(B) Punjabi Poet
(C) Historian
(D) Mughal Architect

2. The Battle of Plassey was fought in 1787 by Robert Clive against
(A) Sirajuddin ✓
(B) Tipu Sultan
(C) MirJaffar
(D) MirQasim

3. The Second World War was fought between the years
(A) 1938-1945
(B) 1939-1945 ✓
(C) 1935-1942
(D) 1936-1946

4. The estimated number of service personnel and civilians killed* in the Second World War was
(A) 25 Million
(B) 60 Million
(C) 75 Million ✓
(D) 49 Million

5. Ho Chi Minh was the independence leader of
(A) Thailand
(B) Philippines
(C) Vietnam ✓
(D) Myanmar

6. The Headquarters of GCC is in
(A) Riyadh ✓
(B) Jeddah
(C) Bahrain
(D) Kuwait

7. The old name of Sri Lanka was
(A) Ceylon ✓
(B) Lacca deep
(C) Ravan
(D) Maldives

8. The Headquarters of World Trade
Organization is in
(A) Lausanne
(B) Geneva ✓
(C) Bale
(D) Strasburg

9. Dmitri Madvadev is of Russia.
(A) Prime Minister ✓
(B) President
(C) Business tycoon
(D) Film Director

10. Area wise the largest country in the world is
(A) Canada
(B) Indonesia
(C) China
(D) Russia ✓

11. Ancient city of Byzantium is today known as
(A) Ankara
(B) Istanbul ✓
(C) Izmir
(D) Antalya

12. Chinese currency is known as J
(A) Yuan ✓
(B) Yen
(C) Dong
(D) Ringgit

13. UN General Assembly meets every year for the new session in which month?
(A) October
(B) September ✓
(C) August
(D) November

14. The capital city of Cuba is
(A) Rio de Janeiro
(B) Brasilia
(C) Mar del Plata
(D) Havana ✓

15. ECO Secretariat is located in
(A) Tabriz
(B) Istanbul
(C) Tehran ✓
(D) Ashgabad

16. Astana is the capital city of
(A) Kyrgyzstan
(B) Turkmenistan
(C) Azerbaijan
(D) Kazakhstan ✓

17. “Humayun Nama” was written by
(A) Altaf Gauhar
(B) Gulbadan Begum ✓
(C) NurJehan
(D) Emperor Akbar

18. Agarthala city made famous by 1968 conspiracy case is located in
(A) Myanmar
(B) Bangladesh
(C) India ✓
(D) Nepal

19. Kamran's Bara-Dari in Lahore is named after
(A) Babur’s father
(B) Humayun’s brother ✓
(C) Sher Shah Suri's father
(D) Akbaris uncle

20. Allama Inyatallah Mashriqi was the founder of
(A) Anjuman Himayat-e-lslam
(B) Arafat Magazine
(C) MAO College Lahore
(D) Khaksar Movement ✓

21. The Continent Antarctica lies at the
(A) North Pole
(B) South Pole ✓
(C) Under Atlantic Ocean
(D) None of these

22. Aden is a port city of
(A) Oman
(B) Eritrea
(C) Yemen ✓
(D) Djibouti

23. Abdel Fattah el-Sisi is the president of
(A) Sudan
(B) North Sudan
(C) Philippines
(D) Egypt ✓

24. Suez Canal connects which two seas?
(A) Mediterranean and Red ✓
(B) Red & Black
(C) Dead & Black

25. Ch. Rehmat Ali who coined the name Pakistan is buried in
(A) Lala Musa
(B) Cambridge ✓
(C) Jerusalam
(D) Lahore

26. Two kings of Hindustan are buried in Lahore one is Jahangir the other is
(A) Mohammad Ghori
(B) Qutb-uddin Aibak ✓
(C) Sikandar Lodhi
(D) Muhammad Tuglaq

27. Emperor Babur's last resting place is in
(A) Agra
(B) Kabul ✓
(C) Kandahar
(D) Delhi

28. Sher Shah Suri is buried in
(A) Jalalabad
(B) Akora Khattack
(C) Sasaram ✓
(D) Murshedabad

29. Emperor Akbar was bom in
(A) Umerkot ✓
(B) Jaipur
(C) Peshawar
(D) Agra

30. Who was the last Viceroy of British India?
(A) LordWavell
(B) Robert Clive
(C) Lord Mountbatten ✓
(D) Cecil Raddiff

Choose the word that is nearly similar in meaning to the word in capital letters:

(A) handwriting ✓
(B) word-processing
(C) keyboard
(D) fever

(A) perfection
(B) end
(C) conclude
(D) death ✓

(A) cheerful
(B) snigger
(C) causing fire ✓
(D) playful

(A) doubt
(B) guess ✓
(C) fear
(D) kill

(A) criterion ✓
(B) auditorium
(C) varanda
(D) recall

Indicate the word most nearly the opposite in meaning to the world in capital letters.

(A) unity
(B) accord
(C) variance ✓
(D) agreement

(A) cheat
(B) can't
(C) deceit
(D) uprightness ✓

(A) moving
(B) frozen ✓
(C) still
(D) airy

(A) light ✓
(B) difficult
(C) burdensome
(D) fluent

40 Gregarious
(A) talkative
(B) lonesome ✓
(C) cheerful
(D) boring

41. Yoghurt is produced by adding to milk.
(A) Bacteria ✓
(B) Acid
(C) Sugar
(D) Sodium

42. All that is not gold.
(A) glows
(B) glitters ✓
(C) sells
(D) bums

43. Where there is a there is a way.
(A) will ✓
(B) money
(C) gold
(D) politics

44. Sherlock Holmes was a
(A) Famous Thief
(B) Private Detective ✓
(C) Radio Journalist
(D) British Viceroy

45. Thomas Cup is the prize associated with which sport?
(A) Squash
(B) Badminton ✓
(C) Table Tennis
(D) Football

46. Pakistan won the first Hockey Gold Medal in Olympic Games of 1960 held in
(A) Barcelona
(B) Rome ✓
(C) Mexico City
(D) Los Angeles

47. The legendary football player Pele is from which country?
(A) Argentina
(B) Columbia
(C) Spain
(D) Brazil ✓

48. Last Summer Olympic Games were held in 2012 in
(A) Seoul
(B) Sydney
(C) London ✓
(D) Beijing

49. Who is called the “Bradman of Asia"?
(A) Zaheer Abbas ✓
(B) Hanif Muhammad
(C) Majid Jahangir
(D) Mudassar Nazar

50. Dilute Acetic Acid is the chemical name of
(A) Honey
(B) Lemon Juice
(C) Vinegar ✓
(D) Tamarind Juice

51 Lactometer is an instrument for measuring
(A) tpSed of Sound
(B) Humidity in the Air
(C) Density of Milk ✓
(D) Thickness of Yoghurt

52. Bronze is an alloy of
(A) Copper & Tin ✓
(B) Iron & Silver
(C) Silver & Lead
(D) ’None of these

53. Ampere is a unit of
(A) Pressure
(B) Energy
(C) Electric Current ✓
(D) Time

54. Oasis is associated with
(A) Air
(B) Ocean
(C) Desert ✓
(D) Canal

55. Name the famous book of Al-Beruni where de details Hindu religion and culture
(A) Indiana
(B) Kitab al Maroof
(C) Kitab al Hind ✓
(D) Kashf al Mahjoob

56. The instrument which measure very high temperature is called
(A) Thermometer
(B) Hygrometer
(C) Chromometer
(D) Pyrometer ✓

57. Chemicals which kill rats and mice are
(A) rodenticides ✓
(B) pesticides
(C) insecticides
(D) none of these

58. Eugenics is the study of
(A) Genetics of plants
(B) Different races of mankind
(C) Unborn babies  ✓
(D) none of the above

59. In a railway track, two rails are joined end to end with a gap in between them because
(A) Air gaps are necessary for bearing the weight of the train
(B) Steel can be saved
(C) Accidents due to expansion of track can be avoided
(D) None of these

60. Who won the last World Kabbadi Tournament?
(A) Canada
(B) Pakistan
(C) India ✓
(D) Norway

61. "Scrabble" is a
(A) Board Game ✓
(B) Water Sport
(C) Card Game
(D) Kind of Wrestling

62. Steve Jobs was associated with which technology?
(A) Wrist Watch
(B) Diagnostic Radiology
(C) Computers ✓
(D) MotorCars

63. Computer Memory is measured in
(A) Millimeters
(B) Kilowatts
(C) Gigabytes ✓
(D) none of these

64. A “Terabyte" is equal to
(A) 100 Million Bytes
(B) One Billion Bytes
(C) 10,000 Bytes
(D) 1000 Gigabytes ✓

65. The Silicon Valley is located in
(A) Canada
(B) Mexico
(C) USA ✓
(D) Ireland

66. “Google" is a
(A) Computer Game
(B) Search Engine  ✓
(C) Music Programme
(D) Browser

67. K.K. Aziz was a famous
(A) Poet
(B) Historian ✓
(C) Film Director
(D) Canadian

68. At birth Dillip Kumar was named
(A) Feroz Khan
(B) Amjad Khan
(C) Allah Rakha
(D) Yusuf Khan ✓

69. Shahrukh Khan's ancestral town is
(A) Nowshera
(B) Lahore
(C) Lucknow
(D) Peshawar ✓

70. “Dhurpad" & “Khayal" are terms of
(A) Poetry
(B) Painting
(C) Music ✓
(D) Grammar

71. Who composed the music for the movie Mughal-e-Azam?
(A) Naushad Ali ✓
(B) Master Ghulam Hussain
(C) R.D. Burman
(D) Khayyam

72. A rolling stone gathers no
(A) Moss ✓
(B) Dirt
(C) Oil
(D) Grass

73. Gandhi called off the Khiiafet Movement in 1922 because a mob had set a police station tiro where?
(A) Maiakand
(B) ChauriChaura ✓
(C) Nagpur
(D) Allahabad

74. In 1937 Elections All India Muslim League got  percent of the Muslim seats.
(A) Five ✓
(B) Two
(C) Ten
(D) Fifteen

75. Allama Iqbal went for Hajj in
(A) 1930
(B) Never ✓
(C) 1908
(D) 1905

76. "Now or Never" was a pamphlet written by
(A) Maulana Muhammad Ali Johar
(B) Ch. Rehmat Ali ✓
(C) Syed Amir Aii
(D) Abdullah Yusuf Aii

77. Kattas Raj monuments near Chakwal are sacred to which religion?
(A) Hinduism ✓
(B) Buddhism
(C) Jainism
(D) Sikhism

78. “LNG" refers to
(A) Motor Fuel ✓
(B) A Source of Energy
(C) Shipping
(D) Civil Aviation

79. Riko Dig Is a site of
(A) GasFields
(B) War Monument
(C) Health Resort
(D) Copper & Gold ✓

80. Gorakh Hill is Ipcated in
(A) Baluchistan
(B) Gilgit Baltistan
(C) Sindh ✓
(D) Punjab

81. Rehana was the birth place of
(A) President Ayub Khan ✓
(B) Gen. Yahya Khan
(C) NoorJehan
(D) none of these

82. Sir Syed founded the Translation Society in 1864 in which city?
(A) Aligarh
(B) Ghazipur ✓
(C) Delhi
(D) Lahore

83. When did Pakistan become a Republic?
(A) 14 August 1947
(B) 23 March 1956 ✓
(C) 21 January 1962
(D) 11 September 1962

84. Who was the first Foreign Minister of Pakistan?
(A) Muhammad Ali Bogra
(B) M.M. Jsphahani
(C) Khawaja Nazimuddin
(D) Sir Zafarullah Khan ✓

85. The only Pakistani female film maker to get an Oscar Award is
(A) Shameen Obaid Chinoy ✓
(B) Samina Peerzada
(C) Musarat Nazir
(D) Sangeet

86. The Terrorist Group Al-Shabab is based in
(A) Kenya
(B) Somalia ✓
(C) Ethiopia
(D) Eritrea

87. “ISIS’is a
(A) A Space Station
(B) Computer Company
(C) Terrorist Network ✓
(D) Satellite Station

What comes next in these sequence

88. 2,4,12,48,
(A) 280
(B) 260
(C) 240 ✓
(D) 290

89. 1,11,31,61,
(A) 101 ✓
(B) 121
(C) 151
(D) 111

90. If ten oranges cost Rs. 75, how much will one dozen oranges cost?
(A) 85
(B) 80
(C) 90 ✓
(D) 95

91. 12 + 31 +19 + 22 + 87=
(A) 159
(B) 149
(C) 171 ✓
(D) 181

92. 121 + 1.5
(A) 90.2
(B) 80.6 ✓
(C) 78.4
(D) 92.8

Pick the Odd Word:

(A) Cake
(B) Pastry
(C) Bread
(D) Orange ✓

(A) white
(B) Dark ✓
(C) blue
(D) Green

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