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FPSC ASF Solved Past Paper 2014 - Assistant Security Officer/Deputy Assistant Director

FPSC ASF Solved Past Paper 2014 - Assistant Security Officer/Deputy Assistant Director

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RECRUITMENT TO THE POST OF ASSISTANT SECURITY OFFICER/DEPUTY ASSISTANT DIRECTOR (BS-16) AIRPORT SECURITY FORCE (ASF) , CABINET SECRETARIAT (AVIATION DIVISION. (BS-16)-2014

PAKISTAN STUDIES, ISLAMIC STUDIES, GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

1. Emily Dickinson was not _____ and preferred to “be alone most of the time.
(A) Cordial
(B) Graciotis
(C) Gregarious ✓
(D) None of these

2. The spectators _____ loudly after acrobat had shown his feats.
(A) Chatted
(B) Clapped ✓
(C) Contributed
(D) None of these

3. Some political Scientists do not think ________ obedience to the will of another is necessary in order to maintain good government.
(A) Stark
(B) Partial
(C) Verbal ✓
(D) None of these

4. When I listened to his strong arguments all my doubts were _____ and I agreed with him.
(A) Dispelled ✓
(B) Confirmed
(C) Strengthened
(D) None of these

5. The Principal ________ the idea that students participate in co-curricular activities in order to develop their full potential.
(A) Encouraged ✓
(B) Hindered
(C) Began
(D) None of these

6. After, we had waded through all the ________  we discovered that the writer had said very little.
(A) Context
(B) Treatise ✓
(C) Verbiage
(D) None of these

7. Although her ________  tears were a sign of her remorse, they did not influence the judge when heimposed the sentence.
(A) Crocodile ✓
(B) Contrite
(C) Abundant
(D) None of these

8.  ________ into old books and manuscripts is part of a researcher's job.
(A) Peeping ✓
(B) Driving
(C) Tearing
(D) None of these

9. The fortune teller made ________ predictions of terrible things to come.
(A) Doubtful
(B) Friendly
(C) Baleful ✓
(D) None of these

10. During the election campaign, the two candidates were kept in full________ of the international situation.
(A) Examination
(B) Advance
(C) Cognizance ✓
(D) None of these

11. The lawyers of Pakistan have always struggled________ justice and rule of law.
(A) For
(B) With
(C) Of ✓
(D) None of these

12. He worked hard lest he________ fare badly at the examination.
(A) Would
(B) Could
(C) Should ✓
(D) None of these

13. The idiomatic 1st roman's service’ means________
(A) Poor work
(B) Sincere work ✓
(C) Menial work
(D) None of these

14. The word 'intervention' is________ in parts of speech.
(A) A noun ✓
(B) A verb
(C) A pronoun
(D) None of these

15. The Passive Voice of the sentence, 'Who caught the snake?' is ________
(A) By whom is the snake caught?
(B) By whom has the snake been caught?
(C) By whom were the snake caught?
(D) None of these ✓

16. The Indirect Form of the sentence, The teacher said to him, “Never be late for school* is ________
(A) The teacher said to him-that never be late for school.
(B) The teacher urged him never to be late for school. ✓
(C) The teacher told him never to be late for school.
(D) None of these

17. The idiomatic phrase ‘Spick and span' means
(A) Wisdom and foresight
(B) Deceive somebody
(C) Watch the weather
(D) None of these ✓

18. The underlined word in the sentence, ‘I am and doctor is a/an ________
(A) Subject
(B) Object ✓
(C) Verb
(D) None of these

19. The corrected version of incorrect sentence, We reached at the park in time’
(A) We reached the park in time ✓
(B) We reached into the park in time
(C) We reached in the park in time
(D) None of these

20. The corrected version of incorrect sentence, ‘She resembles with her mother1 is
(A) She resembles to her mother ✓
(B) She resembles in her mother
(C) She resembles at her mother
(D) None of these

PART-II
(General Intelligence / Professional Test)
Select the correct answer and Fill in the appropriate Box on the answer sheet

21. 6/4+ 2.5 = ?
(A) 3.5
(B) 4 ✓
(C) 4.5
(D) None of these

22. What are the biggest and smallest numbers that can be made using the digits 2,4, 5,6, 3?
(A) 65000, 25000
(B) 16, 13
(C) 65324,23456 ✓
(D) None of these

23. If four bases ran 600 km in 6 hours, how much would one bus run in 1 hour?:
(A) 40 km
(B) 100 km
(C) 400 km
(D) None of these ✓

24. If you are 7th in a queue from either end, how many people are there in the queue?:
(A) 11
(B) 15
(C) 13 ✓
(D) None of these

25. What will be the value of ‘x‘ in the series 4, 9, 16, x, 36, 49,64
(A) 25 ✓
(B) 48
(C) 25
(D) None of these

26. Find two numbers whose sum and difference is 99 and 9 respectively:
(A) 90,9
(B) 80,19
(C) 45, 54 ✓
(D) None of these

27. The sum of two numbers is. 66. One number is equal to the difference between the two numbers. Find out the numbers.
(A) 44,22 ✓
(B) 33,55
(C) Set of Natural Numbers between 33 and 55
(D) None of these

28. What is the number whose square and cube are the same:
(A) 0.1
(B) 1.0 ✓
(C) 1.1
(D) None of these

29. One side of a right angled piece of wood is 12cm, the second 9cm. What is the length of the third side which is diagonal to these two?
(A) 12 cm
(B) 15 cm ✓
(C) 18 cm
(D) None of these

30. One side of a right angled piece of metal is 12 cm; the second side (at 90 degrees to it) is 9 cm. What is the area of the triangular piece?
(A) 54 cm2 ✓
(B) 45 cm2
(C) 47.5 cm2
(D) None of these

31. One side of a right angled piece of sheet , metal is 12 cm; the second side (at 90 degrees to it) is 9 cm. If the metal wedge is 2 cm thick, what is the volume of the triangular piece?
(A) 54 cm3
(B) 108 cm3
(C) 216 cm3 ✓
(D) None of these

32. One side of a right angled piece of sheet metal is 12 cm; the second side (at 90 degrees to it) is 9 cm and the metal wedge is 2 cm thick, what is the weight of the triangular wedge if metal weighs 20 grams per 1 cm3?
(A) 540 gram .
(B) 1080 gram
(C) 2160 gram
(D) None of these ✓

33. A tower is 15m tall. If I am standing 20m from the base of the tower, what is my aerial distance to the top of the tower?
(A) 35 m
(B) 25 m ✓
(C) 30 m
(D) None of these

34. A hill is at 4 km horizontal distance from a trekker’s position as marked on the map. if an aerial radar measure the distance to distance to a tin shed on the top of the hill as 5 km, how high is the hill relative to the position of the trekker?
(A) 4.5 km
(B) 3.0 km ✓
(C) 3.5 km
(D) None of these

35. What would be the next member of the progression 1,1/4,1/9, 77? ________ ?
(A) 1/25
(B) 1/36
(C) 1/49
(D) None of these ✓

36. A number is divided by 6 and then 50 is added. If the total is 60, what is that number?
(A) 48
(B) 66
(C) 60 ✓
(D) None of these

37. Find the odd one out: 8, 16, 24, 34, 40, 48
(A) 48
(B) 16
(C) 34 ✓
(D) None of these

38. The sum of two numbers is 80 and the difference is 20. Find those numbers.
(A) 70,10
(B) 50,30 ✓
(C) 65,45
(D) None of these

39. Which of these sets is not binary?
(A) 0,1,0,0,0,1,1,0
(B) 60, 50, 30, 20,10 ✓
(C) e, 0, e, e, e, 0,0, e, 0
(D) None of these

40. Which is the highest number divisible by 3 in the series: 935, 936, 937, 938?
(A) 936 ✓
(B) 937
(C) 938
(D) None of these

41. Poisonous gases were allegedly used in certain parts of Damascus against civilians by the:
(A) Government forces ✓
(B) Revolutionaries
(C) United Nations
(D) None of these

42. The country to the East of India having internal strife involving Muslims is:
(A) Cambodia
(B) Laos
(C) Myanmar ✓
(D) None of these

43. The country that will provide natural gas to Pakistan through the pipeline currently under construction is:
(A) Afghanistan
(B) Iran ✓
(C) Turkmenistan
(D) None of these

44. The capital of South Africa is:
(A) Lesotho
(B) Botswana
(C) Johannesburg
(D) None of these ✓

45. The country that does not keep any standing armies is:
(A) Switzerland ✓
(B) Canada
(C) Philippines
(D) None of these

46. The country that had internal strife due to Tamil Tigers in 1980s and 1990s is:
(A) Karnataka
(B) Sri Lanka ✓
(C) Jaffna
(D) None of these

47. A product that says 'Made in the UK’ may have been made in:
(A) Swaziland
(B) Hamburg
(C) Scotland ✓
(D) None of these

48. Hawaii and Guam in the Pacific are states of:
(A) USA ✓
(B) Canada
(C) Mexico
(D) None of these

49. Pakistan imports Palm oil and tin form:
(A) Vietnam
(B) Maldives
(C) Malaysia
(D) None of these

50. Paktiya, on Pakistan's borders, is a province of:
(A) Tajikistan
(B) Afghanistan ✓
(C) Iran
(D) None of these
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51. The status of Most Favored Nation was given to India by Pakistan to:
(A) Constitution and country laws
(B) Identity ✓
(C) Sovereignty
(D) None of these

52. The status of Most Favored Nation was given to India by Pakistan to:
(A) Boost bi-lateral trade between the two neighbours ✓
(B) Make onions and potatoes available to Pakistanis at cheaper rates
(C) To set an example for other SAARC countries
(D) None of these

53. Whereas globalization provides access for Pakistani traders to new markets world-wide, it also means:
(A) Having to take dictation from superpower
(B) Greater competition for quality products ✓
(C) Compliance of ISO 9014
(D) None of these

54. Engaging India through channels other than state-to-state interaction is also known as:
(A) Gunboat Diplomacy
(B) Shuttle Diplomacy ✓
(C) Track Two Diplomacy
(D) None of these

55. Pakistan has opposed the proposal to add India to the:
(A) Permanent Five of the Security Council ✓
(B) Select Group of Nations at UN
(C) Human Rights Commission of UN
(D) None of these

56. Sandak mines are:
(A) Open-pit mines ✓
(B) Horizontal Shaft mines
(C) Vertical Shaft mines
(D) None of these

57. Pakistan’s five major rivers get together at:
(A) Mithan Kot
(B) Sukkur
(C) Panjnad ✓
(D) None of these

58. 43% Pakistan, 5% in India, 2% in China Indus River originates in:
(A) Laddakh in Indian Held Kashmir ✓
(B) Skardu
(C) Tarbela
(D) None of these

59. A major dam is under construction on Indus at:
(A) Diamer-Bhasha ✓
(B) Chilas
(C) Jaglot
(D) None of these

60. Pakistan's KPK and northern areas receive some rain in winters due to:
(A) North-Westerly disturbances
(B) South-easterly disturbances
(C) Monsoons ✓
(D) None of these

61. The primary and secondary sources of sharia in Islamic jurisprudence are:
(A) Quran, Sunnah, Consensus (Ijma) and Analogical reason (Qiyas) ✓
(B) A Jointly brain-stormed decision
(C) A previously accepted decision (Precedent)
(D) None of these

62. Analogical reason (Qiyas) aism to draw analogies to:
(A) An interpretation closer to pragmatic international view ✓
(B) A Jointly brain-stormed decision
(C) A previously accepted decision (Precedent)
(D) None of these

63. Consensus (Ijma1) represents the:
(A) Specialized components of jurisprudence as legislated in early Islamic era
(B) Unanimous agreement of Muslims on a regulation or law at any given time
(C) Well reasoned opinion of a mufti on an issue of significance ✓
(D) None of these

64. When a clear ruling is not available from Quran, Sunnah, Ijma’ or Qiyas, one has to rely on:
(A) Voting in the national parliament
(B) The method of exerting oneself over the question ✓
(C) Philosophical interpretations
(D) None of these

65. The term ’Ijtihad' implies
(A) One-ness through shared perspectives on the issue
(B) Advice seeking and giving on volunteer basis for jurisprudence
(C) The process of exerting oneself to arrive at an appropriate ruling ✓
(D) None of these

66. The principle of modarba is based on.
(A) Profit and loss sharing based on mutually agreed terms ✓
(B) Risks pertaining to resources, information and functions of a business
(C) Initiative to venture into an enterprise which is undertaken as a joint venture
(D) None of these

67. Partnership on ‘diminishing returns’ basis is a form of:
(A) Modarabah
(B) Mozamarah
(C) Musharakah ✓
(D) None of these

68. The very first mosque built by Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was:
(A) Masjid al Haram
(B) Masjid al Quba ✓
(C) Masjid an Nabavi
(D) None of these

69. The portion of (war) spoils that must go to bait al mal is:
(A) One twentieth
(B) One tenth
(C) One fifth ✓
(D) None of these

70. As per Abu Bakris legacy, government servants may draw a salary equal to:
(A) The earnings of a prince but not that of the king
(B) The minimum living needs of a typical family ✓
(C) Salt in the kneaded flour
(D) None of these

71. Light travels at approximately:
(A) 300,00 km per hour
(B) 300,000 km per minute
(C) 300,000 km per second ✓
(D) None of these

72. As compared with sound waves, radio waves are:
(A) Faster ✓
(B) Diverse
(C) Directionless
(D) None of these

73. Sound waves travel faster in:
(A) Biological material
(B) Rarer material ✓
(C) Denser medium
(D) None of these

74. When connecting car batteries, I must connect the red wire to the:
(A) Car body
(B) Negative terminal
(C) Positive terminal ✓
(D) None of these

75. Friction between car tyres and the road is maximum when:
(A) The car is just beginning to move or about to stop
(B) The car is moving at normal speed
(C) The car is screeching with brakes pressed hard ✓
(D) None of these

76. When boiling water over a stove, heat is mostly being transferred to water by:
(A) Conduction ✓
(B) Convention
(C) Convection
(D) None of these

77. When water is cooled below 4°C, it:
(A) Contracts ✓
(B) Expands
(C) Retains density
(D) None of these

78. When a steam engine has used steam by converting heat into mechanical energy, the used steam is:
(A) Warmer
(B) At the same temperature
(C) Cooler ✓
(D) None of these

79. Solar energy is converted into electricity through:
(A) Chemical action ✓
(B) Biological degradation
(C) Transactional Analysis
(D) None of these

80. The jet engine on an aeroplane generates thrust by allowing hot gases to:
(A) Condensate in the annular condenser
(B) Escape through a tight opening ✓
(C) Produce magnetism through a compression chamber
(D) None of these

81. The water in Tarbela dam is allowed to escape through tunnels to:
(A) Irrigate lands in the Hazara district
(B) Maintain level of water in the Indus Gorge
(C) Produce electricity through turbines ✓
(D) None of these

82. A weighing balance has one arm 90 cm long and the other 100 cm long. If a weight of 100 kg Is placed on the shorter arm side, how much wheat place on the longer arm side would straighten the balance:
(A) 9 kg
(B) 90 kg ✓
(C) 900 kg
(D) None of these

83. A tiny steal ball sinks in water but a ship much larger floats because:
(A) It has powerful engines that keep it moving
(B) It is highly streamlined and slips over water
(C) It displaces water that has more weight than the ship ✓
(D) None of these

84. An electric train is moving from West to East at 100 kph. The wind is blowing from North to South at 40 kph. In what direction would the smoke from the engine blow?
(A) North-west to South-east at 40 kph
(B) South West to North-East at 50 kph
(C) West to East at 60 kph
(D) None of these ✓

85. if an iron bar is left in a strong magnetic field for some time, it would turn into:
(A) A permanent magnet ✓
(B) A temporary magnet
(C) A semi-permanent alternating magnet
(D) None of these

86. Nuclear bomb and / or nuclear reactor produces heat through:
(A) Avogadro's Hypothesis
(B) Weinberger / Abdus Salam process
(C) Chain Reaction ✓
(D) None of these

87. A nuclear bomb radiates harmful radiation called:
(A) Alpha Particles
(B) Gamma Rays ✓
(C) Beta Particles
(D) None of these

88. A Water molecule has in it:
(A) Hydrogen and Oxygen atoms ✓
(B) Oxygen and water atoms
(C) Hydrogen and water atoms
(D) None of these

89. Electricity is produced when a conductor is moved in a:
(A) Radiation Field
(B) Magnetic Field
(C) Electrical Field ✓
(D) None of these

90. The North pole of a magnet repels:
(A) South Pole
(B) North and South Poles
(C) North Pole ✓
(D) None of these

91. The responsibility for ensuring law and order in a district falls upon the:
(A) District Coordination Organizer ✓
(B) The District Advisor on Law and Order
(C) District Police Officer
(D) None of these

92. The responsibility for regulating the security at airports has been given to Airport Security Force vide:
(A) Airports Security Force Act, 1975 ✓
(B) Airports Security Force Act, 1973
(C) Airports Security Force Act, 1971
(D) None of these

93. The Airport Security Force is responsible for ensuring security of:
(A) All aerodromes, airports and the passengers availing these facilities
(B) All aerodromes, airports, aircraft and civil aviation installations and for the maintenance of law and order therein ✓
(C) All aerodromes, airports, aircraft and civil aviation installations
(D) None of these

94. “Aerodrome" means any area of land or water designed, equipped, set apart or commonly used or intended to be used either wholly or in, part for affording facilities.
(A) For the benefit of general public using these facilities
(B) For the benefit of passengers arriving or departing from an airport
(C) For the landing, departure and movement of aircraft ✓
(D) None of these

95. The term “Aerodrome* includes:
(A) All buildings, sheds, vessels, piers, installations and equipment's and other structures thereon ✓
(B) All parks, trees, fountains and children play-safe areas in vicinity
(C) All such building roads and bridges as notified by the District Coordination Officer
(D) None of these

96. The term “Aerodrome" does not include any aerodrome or any portion of an aerodrome which is exclusively used by the:
(A) Customs and Excise Department
(B) POL Supply Companies
(C) Pakistan Air Force ✓
(D) None of these

97. Airport Security Force is responsible for protecting the airport and its vicinity from:
(A) Birds
(B) Gliders
(C) Gladiators
(D) None of these ✓

98. Ensuring the proper conduct of persons at airports and aerodromes as laid down in the:
(A) Boeing and Airbus Air Manuals
(B) Aircraft Rules, 1937
(C) General Manager Airport's Verbal Standing Orders
(D) None of these ✓

99. Airport Security Force is responsible for general maintenance of law and order within the limits of airports and aerodromes in conjunction with:
(A) Police-citizens Liaison Committee as notified by the District Police Officer
(B) Intelligence agencies properly constituted t under the law and responsible for briefing the President of Pakistan on all security matters
(C) The police while taking cognizance of all offences committed at the airports and aerodromes under any law ✓
(D) None of these

100. An officer of the Airport Security Force has the right to search and arrest without warrant any person who he suspects of:
(A) Endangering the safety of an aerodrome ✓
(B) Indulging in use of abusive language towards other passenger
(C) Carrying toy guns or batteries used in them
(D) None of these

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