August 2019

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor CPEC MCQs - 3

1. Pakistan and China inked five Agreements and a Memorandum of Understanding for strengthening collaboration between Gwadar and the Chinese port cities on:
(a) 28th January 2018
(b) 29th January 2018 ✓
(c) 30th January 2018
(d) 31st January 2018

2. The MoU on Gwadar Poverty Alleviation Initiative was inked between Gwadar district government and
(a) Nepal Overseas Ports Holding Company
(b) Hong Kong Overseas Ports Holding Company
(c) Singapore Overseas Ports Holding Company
(d) China Overseas Ports Holding Company ✓

3. Which Prime Minister of Pakistan formally inaugurated the first phase of Gwadar Free Zone – an important node of China Pakistan Economic Corridor on 29th January 2018?
(a) Doctor Abdul Malik
(b) Mian Nawaz Sharif
(c) Shahid Khaqan Abbasi ✓
(d) Mian Shahbaz Sharif

4. Who is current Chairman of Gwadar Port Authority?
(a) Zubair Mahmood Hayat
(b) Mir Hasil Bizenjo
(c) Dostain Khan Jamaldini ✓
(d) Marriyum Aurangzeb

5. Who current China’s ambassador to Pakistan?
(a) Yu-Fei Marine
(b) Yao Jing ✓
(c) Zhang Baozhong
(d) Zhang Yao Wan

6. The volume of investment was pushed to $46 billion to $55 billion during the Federal Minister of Planning, Development and Reforms?
(a) Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiar
(b) Ahsan Iqbal ✓
(c) Sartaj Aziz
(d) Dr. Nadeem ul Haque

7. As per 2017 the value of CPEC projects is worth
(a) $46 billion
(b) $62 billion ✓
(c) $55 billion
(d) $60 billion

8. _____ CPEC became partly operational when Chinese cargo was transported overland to Gwadar Port
(a) 13 November 2016 ✓
(b) 13 November 2015
(c) 13 November 2017
(d) 13 November 2018


China-Pakistan Economic Corridor CPEC MCQs - 2

1. Proposed infrastructure projects are worth approximately $11 billion, and will be financed bv heavily-subsidized concessionary loans that will be dispersed to the Government of Pakistan by the
(a) Exim Bank of China
(b) China Development Bank
(c) Industrial and Commercial Bank of China
(d) All of the above ✓

2. Which city of Pakistan is the crux of the CPEC project, as it is envisaged to be the link between China's ambitious One Belt, One Road project, and its Maritime Silk Road project?
(a) Islamabad
(b) Lahore
(c) Gwadar ✓
(d) Karachi

3. The Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-century Maritime Silk Road is also known as
(a) One Belt, One Road ✓
(b) Two Belts, One Road
(c) One Belt, Two Roads
(d) Two Belts, Two Roads

4. The Belt and Road Initiative is a development strategy and framework, proposed by which Chinese paramount leader?
(a) Hu Jintao
(b) Ye Jianvinq
(c) Xi Jinping ✓
(d) LiuShaoqi

5. What is the total length of Western Route (Route-1 via Quetta) of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor?
(a) 2674 Km ✓
(b) 2756 km
(c) 2781 km
(d) 2956 Km

Note: The Western Route is stipulated to pass through: Gwadar-T urbat-Panjgur-Khuzdar-Kalat-Quetta-Zhob-Dera Ismail KhanBannu-Kohat-Peshawar-Hasanabdal-and onwards.

6. What is the total length of Central Route (Route-2 via Indus Highway) of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor?
(a) 2674 Km
(b) 2756 km ✓
(c) 2781 km
(d) 2956 Km

Note: The Central Route is stipulated to pass through gwadar-Turbat-Panjgur-Khuzdar -Ratodero-Kashmore-Rajanpur-Dera Ghazi -Dera Ismail Khan-Bannu-Kohat-Peshawar-Hasanabdal-and onwards

7. What is the total length of Eastern Route (Route-2 via Motorway) of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor?
(a) 2674 Km
(b) 2756 km
(c) 2781 km ✓
(d) 2956 Km

Note: The Eastern Route is stipulated to pass through Gwadar-T urbat-Panjgur-Khuzdar-
Ratodero-Kashmore-Rajanpur-Dera Ghazi Khan-Multan-Faisalabad-Pindi Bhatian-Rawalpindi-Hasanabdaland onwards.

8. China has invited countries belonging to which group to join its ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative?
(b) EU
(c) CELAC ✓


China-Pakistan Economic Corridor CPEC MCQs - 1

1. PAKISTAN-China economic Corridor is a proposal to create an Economic Corridor from Gwadar in Baluchistan to ____________ in the Western Chinese province of Sinkiang
(a) Beijing
(b) Sinkiang
(c) Kashgar  ✓
(d) Shanghai

Note: Two necessary conditions of the Corridor were - and are - development of the port at Gwadar and creating surface transport connectivity between Gwadar and Kashgar.
2. When China and Pakistan signed an agreement on China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) plan?
(a) 21 April 2015  ✓
(b) 23 April 2015
(c) 27 April 2015
(d) 29 April 2015

3. The China Pakistan Economic Corridor often referred to by the acronym CPEC, is a collection of projects currently under construction at a cost of
(a) $44 billion
(b) $45 billion
(c) $46 billion ✓
(d) $50 billion

4. On 21st April 2015 China, Pakistan signed an agreement on Economic Corridor plan worth 46 billion US dollars. What is the name of Economic Corridor?
(a) China Friendship Economic Corridor (CFEC)
(b) China Korakaram Economic Corridor (CKEC)
(c) China Pak Economic Corridor (CPEC) ✓
d) China Pak Peace Economic Corridor (CPPEC)

5 The economic corridor is considered central to China-Pakistan relations and will run from Gwadar to Kashgar with length of
(a) 2,700 km
(b) 3,800 km
(c) 3,800 km
(d) 3,000 km ✓

6. Under Pak-China Economic Corridor, a high-speed railway track will be laid at a cost of 2.8 billion dollars from Peshawar to
(a) Lahore
(b) Karachi ✓
(c) Gwadar
(d) Kashgar

7. China will grant Pakistan how much amount to construct a new international airport in Gwadar which is to be operational by December 2017?
(a) $130 million
(b) $230 million ✓
(c) $330 million
(d) $430 million

8. The China Pakistan Economic Corridor is considered to be an extension of China's ambitious proposed 21st century Silk Road initiative and the importance of CPEC to China is reflected by its inclusion as part of Chinas
(a) 11th five-year development plan
(b) 12th five-year development plan
(c) 13th five-year development plan ✓
(d) 15th five-year development plan


The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC; Arabic: منظمة التعاون الإسلامي‎; French: Organisation de la coopération islamique) is an international organization founded in 1969, consisting of 57 member states, with a collective population of over 1.8 billion as of 2015 with 53 countries being Muslim-majority countries. The organisation states that it is "the collective voice of the Muslim world" and works to "safeguard and protect the interests of the Muslim world in the spirit of promoting international peace and harmony".
The OIC has permanent delegations to the United Nations and the European Union. The official languages of the OIC are Arabic, English, and French.

  • Secretaries-General of the OIC Tunku Abdul Rahman (Malaysia ) from 1970 to 1974
  • Secretaries-General of the OIC Hassan Al-Touhami (Egypt ) from 1974 to 1975
  • Secretaries-General of the OIC Amadou Karim Gaye (Senegal ) from 1975 to 1979
  • Secretaries-General of the OIC Habib Chatty (Tunisia ) from 1979 to 1984
  • Secretaries-General of the OIC Syed Sharifuddin Pirzada (Pakistan ) from 1984 to 1988
  • Secretaries-General of the OIC Hamid Algabid (Niger ) from 1988 to 1996
  • Secretaries-General of the OIC Azeddine Laraki (Morocco ) from 1996 to 2000
  • Secretaries-General of the OIC Abdelouahed Belkeziz (Morocco ) from 2000 to 2004
  • Secretaries-General of the OIC Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu (Turkey) from 2004 to 2014
  • Secretaries-General of the OIC Iyad bin Amin Madani (Saudi Arabia) from 2014 to 2016
  • Secretaries-General of the OIC Yousef Al-Othaimeen (Saudi Arabia) from 2016 to Current

OIC Organization of Islamic Cooperation Solved MCQs

1. When was Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) established
(a) May 1970 ✓
(b) May 1971
(c) September 1969
(d)May 19722

2. How many members does OIC have?
(a) 55
(b) 52
(c) 53
(d) 57 ✓

3. Which of the following is the main objective behind the establishment of OIC?
(a) To use Oil against the USA
(b) To force Israel to vacate occupied areas
(c) To promote Islamic solidarity safeguard holy places ✓
(d) All 01 them

4. The Headquarters of Organization of Islamic Conference are located in
(a) Kuwait
(b) Jeddah ✓
(c) Cairo
(d) Tehran

5. The OIC General Secretariat is headed by Secretary-General appointed for a period of ________
(a) 2 years
(b) 3 years
(c) 4 years
(d) 5 years ✓

6. Name the Pakistani who became the Secretary-General of OIC in 1985?
(a) SM Zafar
(b) Syed Sharifuddin Pirzada ✓
(c) Munir Akram
(d) Yaqoob Ali Khan

7. The charter of the Organization of Islamic Conference was adopted in _____
(a) 1971
(b) 1972 ✓
(c) 1974
(d) 1981

8. The Conference of Head of States of OIC is convened every_____
(a) 2 years
(b) 3 years ✓
(c) 4 years
(d) 5 years

9. Pakistan in the Chairman of OIC standing committee for ________
(a) Trade Promotion
(b) Economic Development
(c) Envtranmentlt Protection
(d) Science and technology ✓

10. What Percentage of World Population lives in OIC states?
(a) 12%
(b) 21% ✓
(c) 31%
(d) 45%

11.What percentage of world crude oil reserves are in 010 states?
(a) 50%
(b) 60%
(c) 70% ✓
(d) 80%

12. The Dakar OIC Summit was held on ________
(a) 13th March 2008 ✓
(b) 19th March 2008
(c) 15th March 2008
(d) 25th March 2008

13. Third emergency OCI Conference was held on 10th December 2005 in _____
(a) Jaddah
(b) Makkah ✓
(c) Madina
(d) Jaya Putra

(b) Makkah
14. Ten Year Plan was announced by OIC Conference in?
(a) Third Emergency Conference
(b) 9th 010 Conference
(c) 11th OIC Conference
(d) 10th OIC Conference ✓

15. The OIC 4th Extraordinary Summit was held in _______ Saudi Arabia on 14-15 August 2012.
(a) Madina
(b) Makkah ✓
(c) Jeddah
(d) Riaz

16. When was Organization of the Islamic Cooperation Founded?
(a) 1969 ✓
(b) 1968
(c) 1967
(d) 1965

Important General Biology MCQs - 24

1. The gas used in a refrigerator to cool water is___________?
(a) Nitrogen
(b) Carbon dioxide
(c) Methane
(d) Ammonia ✓

2. The average adult has a blood volume of about __________ liters.
(a) 4
(b) 5 ✓
(c) 6
(d) 7

3. The most abundant element in the universe is __________?
(a) Oxygen
(b) Hydrogen ✓
(c) Carbon Dioxide
(d) Silicon

4. The most abundant element in the Earth’s crust is __________?
(a) Oxygen ✓
(b) Hydrogen
(c) Carbon Dioxide
(d) Silicon

5. Each day human body breathe in __________ liters of air.
(a) 5,000 to 10,000
(b) 10,000 to 15,000
(c) 15,000 to 20,000 ✓
(d) 20,000 to 25,000

6. Deficiency of Vitamin-D results in __________?
(a) night blindness
(b) rickets ✓
(c) scurvy
(d) hair fall

7. The SI unit of “pressure” is _________.
(a) pascal ✓
(b) joule
(c) tesla
(d) henry

8. Entomology is the science that studies
(a) Behavior of human beings
(b) Insects ✓
(c) The Origin and history of technical and scientific terms
(d) The formation of rocks

9. Fathom is the unit of measurement of
(a) Depth of water ✓
(b) Flow of water
(c) Volume of water
(d) Density of water

10. Trachoma is a disease of the
(a) Brain
(b) Larynx
(c) Ear
(d) Eye ✓


Important General Biology MCQs - 23

1.The SI unit of charge is __________?
(a) Ampere
(b) Coulomb ✓
(c) Ohm
(d) Volt

2. Very High Frequency (VHF) have __________ wavelengths?
(a) shorter ✓
(b) shortest
(c) longer
(d) longest

3. Long-sight defect could be corrected by using __________ lens?
(a) concave
(b) Convex ✓
(c) diverging
(d) none of these

4. Deficiency of Vitamin-A results in __________?
(a) Night blindness ✓
(b) rickets
(c) scurvy
(d) hair fall

5. For a fixed mass of gass at constant temperature, if we decrease volume, the pressure will _________?
(a) also decrease
(b) increase ✓
(c) remains constant
(d) none of these

6. The lifespan of Red Blood Cells is __________ days?
(a) 60
(b) 120 ✓
(c) 180
(d) 240

7. The density of water is __________?
(a) 1 g/cm3 ✓
(b) 1.5 g/cm3
(c) 2 g/cm3
(d) None of these

8. Radioactivity was discovered by __________?
(a) Kelvin
(b) Thomson
(c) Rutherford
(d) Becquerel ✓

9. A device which converts chemical energy into electrical energy is called __________?
(a) motor
(b) generator
(c) moving-coil meter
(d) battery ✓

10. The Sun is a __________?
(a) Star ✓
(b) Planet
(c) Asteroid
(d) Meteor


Important General Biology MCQs - 22

1. Laws of Heredity were discovered by
(a) Borpamin Franklin
(b) Darwin
(c) Mendel ✓
(d) None

2. Turnip is a root described as
(a) Napiform ✓
(b) Fusiform
(c) Couical
(d) Tuberous

3. Which are the basic building blocks of proteins?
(a) Oxalic adds
(b) Amino Acids ✓
(c) Carbolic add
(d) Sodium carbonate

4. What connects the small brain with the spinal cord?
(a) Cerebellum
(b) Medulla Oblongata ✓
(c) Thalamus
(d) Cerebrum

5. What is the diploid number of man’s chromosomes?
(a) 46 ✓
(b) 48
(c) 62
(d) 74

6. Which is the most abundant element in human body?
(a) Carbon Dioxide
(b) Nitrogen
(c) Hydrogen
(d) Oxygen ✓

7. Which is the most abundant mineral in human body?
(a) Potassium
(b) Calcium ✓
(c) Sodium '
(d) Magnesium

8. Which is the outermost planet in the solar system?
(a) Mercury
(b) Pluto
(c) Neptune ✓
(d) Uranus

9. Severe deficiency of Vitamin D results in __________.
(a) scurvy
(b) rickets ✓
(c) night blindness
(d) osteomalacia

10. Milk contains water
(a) 70%
(b) 75%
(c) 80% ✓
(d) 90%


Important General Biology MCQs - 21

1. The digestion of fat in intestines is aided by?
(a) Diffusion
(b) Protection
(c) Peptization
(d) Emulsification ✓

2. Hair. finger nails. hoofs etc. are all made of?
(a) Fat
(b) Vitamins
(c) Proteins ✓
(d) Iron

3. Deficiency of sodium and potassium causes?
(a) Muscular cramps
(b) Headache
(c) Diarrhea
(d) All are correct ✓

4. Substances used to bring relief in pain are called?
(a) Antipain
(b) Antipyretics
(c) Antibiotics
(d) Analgesics ✓

5. Interferon is?
(a) Tonic
(b) Virus ✓
(c) Carbohydrate
(d) Ore of iron

6. Pencillin is?
(a) Vitamin
(b) Hormone
(c) Antibiotic ✓
(d) Analgesic

7. White blood cells act?
(a) As source of energy
(b) For blood clotting
(c) As defence against infection ✓
(d) As a medium for oxygen transport from lungs to tissues

8. Saliva contains?
(a) Amylases ✓
(b) Bite
(c) Vitamins
(d) Trypsin

9. Redness in Wood is because of the presence of
(a) Iron in haeme pigment ✓
(b) Haemoglobin
(c) Copper in haeme pigment
(d) All of these

10. Insulin in human body is produced in
(a) Liver
(b) Kidney
(c) Pancreas ✓
(d) None of these


Important General Biology MCQs - 20

1. Which type of cells in our body act as an immune system against diseases?
(a) Platelets
(b) Red blood cells
(c) White blood cells ✓
(d) Haemoglobin

2. What is the peritoneum?
(a) A membrane ✓
(b) An organ
(c) A muscle
(d) A bone

3. Fat is a?
(a) Lipid
(b) Protein
(c) Amino acid
(d) Ether ✓

4. The unused fat present in the body is?
(a) Converted into carbohydrates
(b) Removed as waste from the body
(c) Reconverted into animal fat and stored in different parts of the body ✓
(d) Easily destroyed by certain enzymes present in the body

5. Which is an essential constituent of diet?
(a) Starch ✓
(b) Glucose
(c) Amino add
(d) Carbohydrates

6. Which has maximum protein?
(a) Ground nut ✓
(b) Cow
(c) Egg
(d) Wheat

7. Which of the following gives maximum energy in metabolic process:
(a) Proteins
(b) Carbohydrates
(c) Vitamins
(d) Fats ✓

8. Lack of essentia! amino acids in diet can cause disease such as
(a) Kwashiorhar ✓
(b) Rickets
(c) Scurvy
(d) Diabetes

9. Which are not the essential constituents of balanced diet?
(a) Carbohydrates
(b) Fats
(c) Vitamins
(d) Hormones ✓

10. Which of the following regulates the metabolism of sugars?
(a) Thyroid
(b) Insulin ✓
(c) Hydrocortisone
(d) None


Important General Biology MCQs - 19

1. Consumption of fish is considered to be healthy when compared to flesh of other animals because fish contains:
(a) Polyunsaturated fatty acids ✓
(b) Saturated fatty acids
(c) Essential vitamins
(d) More carbohydrates and proteins

2. Flower colours are due to:
(a) Chlorophyll
(b) Melanin
(c) Phytochromes
(d) Anthocyanins ✓

3. Calcium content is maximum in
(a) Bajra
(b) Maize ✓
(c) Sorghum
(d) Wheat

4. Arrange the following in the order of their evolution:
1. Amphibians 2. Fish
3. Reptiles 4. Birds
(a) 1,2,4,3
(b) 2,1,4.3
(c) 2,1,3, 4 ✓
(d) 4,1,3,2

5. Which of the following sets contains foods rich in carbohydrates?
(a) Potato. ghee and cucumber
(b) Wheat. ghee and spinach
(c) Banana. potato and rice ✓
(d) Rice. lemon and mustard oil

6. What is stored in the gall bladder?
(a) Enzymes
(b) Bile ✓
(c) Urea
(d) Insulin

7. Which of the following is a mammal?
(a) Ostrich
(b) Crocodile
(c) Platypus ✓
(d) Duck

8. The smallest plants on the earth are the
(a) Ferns
(b) Algae ✓
(c) Fungi
(d) Bacteria

9. The Global iodine Deficiency Disorder Day is observed on
(a) 5th November
(b) 21st October ✓
(c) 30th October
(d) 31st October

10. Who invented the Polio vaccine (Oral)?
(a) Janas Salk
(b) Burk Holder
(c) Robert Koch
(d) Albert Sabin ✓


Important General Biology MCQs - 18

1. Which of the following has no blood. but respires?
(a) Cockroach
(b) Earthworm
(c) Fish
(d) Hydra ✓

2. Pituitary gland is a gland attached to the
(a) Liver
(b) Neck region
(c) Spleen
(d) Base of the brain ✓

3. Which of the following is the correct sequence?
(a) Green plants - animals - biosphere -atmosphere ✓
(b) Green plants - biosphere - animals -atmosphere
(c) Animals - green plants - atmosphere -biosphere
(d) Atmosphere - green plants - animals -biosphere

4. Liver produces?
(a) Hormones
(b) Bile ✓
(c) Enzymes
(b) HCI

5. Synthesis of gene in the laboratory was done for the first time by
(a) Hargobind Khorana ✓
(b) Gregor Mendel
(c) Watson and Crick
(d) Paul Berg

6. ’Which of the following is the basic characteristic of a living organism?
(a) Ability to move
(b) Ability to reproduce ✓
(c) Ability to eat
(d) Ability to breath

7. All the following are invertebrates except
(a) Snail
(b) Crab
(c) Prawn
(d) Fish ✓

8. Which of the following is an anti-depressant?
(a) Benedrine ✓
(d) Aspirin
(c) Equanil
(d) None of these

9. In which organ of the human body are the lymphocyte cells formed?
(a) Liver
(b) Long bone
(c) Pancreas
(d) Spleen ✓

10. The characteristic odour of garlic is due to;
(a) A chloro compound
(b) A sulphur compound ✓
(c) A fluorine compound
(d) Acetic acid


Important General Biology MCQs - 17

1. The membranous labyrinth of the ear is filled with
(a) Lymph
(b) Endolymph ✓
(c) Serum
(d) None of the above

2. Which of the following enzymes is present in the saliva?
(a) Bile
(b) Ptyalin ✓
(c) Pepsin
(d) Rennin

3. The terminal part of vertebral column in man is called
(a) Telson
(b) Urostyle
(c) Coceyx ✓
(d) Pygostyle

4. The heart beat is initiated and regulated by nodal tissue made of specialised cardiac muscles called
(a) Alveolar tissue
(b) Purkinje tissue ✓
(c) Spongy tissue
(d) None of the above

5. RNA differs from DNA in containing
(a) Cytocline
(b) Deoxyribose
(c) Ribose ✓
(d) Phosphate

6. Who discovered the blood groups of man?
(a) Edward Jenner
(b) tarven
(c) Kari Landsteiner ✓
(d) William Harvey

7. Glycogen is mainly stored in
(a) Cartilage and bone
(b) Liver and muscles ✓
(c) Spleen
(d) Villi

8.. Pepsin converts
(a) Protein into peptides in acid media ✓
(b) Protein into peptides in alkaline media
(c) Protein into peptides in neutral media
(d) Starch into glucose

9. DNA model was given by
(a) Beadle and Talum
(b) Fisher and Haldane
(c) Lederberg and Talum
(d) Watson and Crick ✓

10. The theory of inheritance of acquired characters was propounded by
(a) Charles Darwin
(b) Gregor Mendel ✓
(c) J.B. Lamarck
(d) Weismann


Important General Biology MCQs - 16

1. Which one of the followings is produced by hybridization and selective breeding?
(a) Neeli-Ravi Buffalo ✓
(b) Rahu-Thaiia hybrid
(c) Sahiwal Ox
(d) All these

2. Which one of the following is hereditary disease?
(a) Polio
(b) Cholera
(c) Typhoid
(d) Hemophilia ✓

3. Colourblind person cannot distinguish red from
(a) Yellow
(b) Blue
(c) Green ✓
(d) White

4. Who proposed theory of continuous and gradual evolution of life from simple to complex?
(a) Aristotle
(b) Hugo de Vries
(c) Thomas Malthus
(d) Charles Lyeil ✓

5. Darwin himself bred
(a) Pea plants
(b) Pigeons ✓
(c) Wild mustard
(d) Tomatoes

8. Evolution through mutation was suggested by
(a) Malthus
(b) Lyeil
(c) Darwin
(d) De Veries ✓

7. One of the followings is crucial to the ecosystem because they recycle nutrient from the organism back to the environment
(a) Omnivores
(b) Carnivores
(c) Top carnivores
(d) Decomposers ✓

8. In the eye. colour vision is affected by the presence of
(a) Choroid coat
(b) Sclerotic coat
(c) Rods ✓
(d) Cones

9. What do calories measure?
(a) Weight
(b) Heat ✓
(c) Movement
(d) Temperature

10. All the metabolic reactions in the organisms are catalysed by
(a) Vitamins
(b) Hormones
(c) Enzymes ✓
(d) Minerals


Important General Biology MCQs - 15

1. How many pairs of ribs are attached to the upper part of the vertebral column?
(a) 10
(b) 12 ✓
(c) 13
(d) 33

2. Femur. tibia and fibula are bones of
(a) Pectoral girdle
(b) Hip girdle
(c) Arms
(d) Legs ✓

3. Relevant bones of the joints are held together by
(a) Tendons
(b) Ligaments ✓
(c) Flexors
(d) Extensors

4. The bones of arms are attached to vertebral column through
(a) Vertebral column
(b) Skull
(c) Pectoral girdles ✓
(d) Pelvic girdles

5. Which of the following contains centers for breathing. blood pressure and heart beat?
(a) Medulla oblongata ✓
(b) Pons
(c) Cerebellum
(d) Hypothalamus

6. The way genes transmit traits from parents to offspring is
(a) Heredity ✓
(b) Genetics
(c) Genome
(d) Inheritance

7. The study of structure and behaviour of gene is called
(a) Molecular biology
(b) Genetics ✓
(c) Genotype
(d) Inheritance

8. The proteins are made in the cells under the instructions of
(a) Genes ✓
(b) DNA
(c) RNA
(d) Ribosomes

9 The persons whose blood has a reduced capacity of delivering oxygen to tissues suffer from
(a) Haemophilia ✓
(b) Sickle cell anaemia
(b) Haemnnhilia
(c) Anaemia

10. Who among these was produced by genetics engineering?
(a) Jersey-Sahiwal cow
(b) Dhani ox
(c) Nacy sheep
(d) Rahu-thaila carp ✓


Important General Biology MCQs - 14

1. One mole of haemoglobin containing blood carries how much oxygen,
(a) 16 ml
(b) 18 ml
(c) 20 ml ✓
(d) 22 ml

2. The rate of breathing is regulated by
(a) Amount of oxygen in the blood
(b) Amount of carbon dioxide in blood ✓
(c) Amount of oxygen in the cells
(d) Amount of carbon dioxide in the cells

3. The exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen gas between the cell and the atmosphere during photosyntehsis takes place by
(a) Active transport ✓
(b) Facilitated diffusion
(c) Osmosis
(d) Diffusion

4. Leucocytes (white blood cells) are produced in
(a) Lymph ✓
(b) Spleen
(c) Bone marrow
(d) Ribs

5. Haemophilia is because of absence of
(a) Rh factor
(b) Clotting ✓
(c) Antigens
(d) Antibodies

6. Anaemia is because of deficiency of
(a) Iron
(b) B12
(c) Folic acid
(d) All these ✓

7. Amount of water in mammalian blood is
(a) 99%
(b) 98%
(c) 94% ✓
(d) 92%

8. What is the function of platelets?
(a) Kill the bacteria
(b) Carry the oxygen ✓
(c) Produce antibodies
(d) Clothing the blood

9. The process of breakdown of complex organic molecules into simpler compounds in order to get energy is
(a) Anabolism
(b) Catabolism ✓
(c) Metabolism
(d) Reduction

10. Vertebral column in human beings consists of how many vertebrae?
(a) 5
(b) 10
(c) 12
(d) 33 ✓


Important General Biology MCQs - 13

1. Which act as harmone.
(a) Carbohydrates
(b) Proteins ✓
(c) Vitamins
(d) Fats

2. The Hormones are the
(a) Chemical messengers ✓
(b) Zoological messengers
(c) Physical messengers
(d) Bio physical messengers

3. Master gland is pituitary gland which controls the activities of
(a) Adrenal gland
(b) Adrenal and thyroid glands
(c)Pancreas and Gonads glands
(d) All glands ✓

4. Who discovered bacteria first in 1697?
(a) Iwanowsky
(b) Leeuwenhoek ✓
(c) Louis Pasteur
(d) Robert Koch

5. One of the followings is not a characteristic of an insect,
(a) Their body is divided into head. thorax and abdomen
(b) They possess a pair of legs in each segment ✓
(c) They possess two wings for flying
(d) Two prominent antennae are present on head

6. An inactive phase during the life cycle during which animal stores a lot of food inside the body and develops a covering around body is called
(a) Pupa ✓
(b) Larva
(c) Nymph
(d) Adult

7. If the temperature rises gradually up to 40° C. the rate of photosynthesis
(a) Increases
(b) Decreases
(c) Remains constant
(d) May stop altogether ✓

8. An adult requires how many proteins daily
(a) 10 ~ 20 grams
(b) 30 - 50 grams
(c) 50 - 100 grams ✓
(d) More than 100 grams

9. Proteins are required to make which of the followings,
(a) Antibodies
(b) Connective tissues
(c) Hormones
(d) All these ✓

10. Lipids are obtained from
(a) Animal sources
(b) Plant sources
(c) Both plant and animal sources ✓
(d) Synthetically


Important General Biology MCQs - 12

1. Disease not related to lung malfunctioning is
(a) Tuberculosis
(b) Anaemia ✓
(c) Pneumonia
(d) Pleurisy

2. Penicillin. an antibiotic. is obtained from a
(a) Flowering plant
(b) Fungus ✓
(c) Virus
(d) Bacterium

3. During formation of bread. the product that Vaises’ the bread is
(a) Yeast ✓
(b) Bacteria
(c) Carbon dioxide
(d) Water

4. Ageing in human beings is caused by disappearance of which of the following glands?
(a) Thyroid
(b) Thymus ✓
(c) Pituitary
(d) Parathyroid

5. Antigen is a substance which
(a) Lowers body temperature
(b) Destroys harmful bacteria ✓
(c) Triggers the immune system
(d) Is used as an antidote to poison

6. The unit of energy produced by food in the human body is called
(a) Watt
(b) DNA
(c) Calorie ✓
(d) Ampere

7. If a colour-blind lady marries a normal male. and gives birth to a son and a daughter. then
(a) Both son and daughter would be colour-blind
(b) The daughter would be colour-blind but son would be normal
(ci The son would be colour-blind but the daughter would be heterozygous normal ✓
(d) Neither the son nor the daughter would be colour-blind

8. Proteins are made of
(a) Sugar
(b) Fatty add
(c) Nucleic acid
(d) Amino acid ✓

9. Penicillins are made by fungus called
(a) Penillium ✓
(b) Manlosporium
(c) Streptomyces
(d) Bt gene

10. Water helps in the metabolism process in the presence of
(a) Aminoadds
(b) Ribonucleic Acid
(c) Proteins
(d) Enzymes ✓


Important General Biology MCQs - 11

1. By taking pulse rate of the human body a doctor determines
(a) Condition of the liver
(b) Amount of blood in the body
(c) Checks the lungs
(d) Heart beat ✓

2. Science of treatment of muscular and skeletal system is known as:
(a) Odontology
(b) Ophthalmology
(c) Paediatrics
(d) Orthopaedics ✓

3. The study of the nervous system and its disorder is called
(a) Urology
(b) Haematology
(c) Neurology ✓
(d) Herpentology

4. Which area of the brain is responsible for control of the body temperature?
(a) Pituitary
(b) Thalamus
(c) Hypothelamus ✓
(d) Pineal

5. Oxygen transportation in a human body takes place through
1. Blood 2. Lungs
3. Tissue
The correct sequence of transportation is
(a) 1,2,3
(b) 3,1,2
(c) 2,1,3 ✓
(d) 1,3,2

6. Which of the following is sedative?
(a) Mescaline
(d) Sulphadizine
(c) Equanil ✓
(d) Papaverine

7. Warm-blooded animals maintain a high body temperature for faster
(b) Breathing
(e) Breeding ✓
(d) Movement

8. In which of the following do red blood cells originate?
(a) Bone marrow ✓
(b) Brain
(c) Ligaments
(d) Muscles

9. Pituitary gland in the human body controls
(a) Level of blood calcium
(b) Level of blood sugar
(c) Salt and water balance in the body
(d) Growth of bones ✓

10. The yellow colour of the urine Is due to the presence of
(a) Urochrome ✓
(b) Blood
(c) Cholesterol
(d) Bile


Important General Biology MCQs - 10

1. Insulin. a drug that checks diabetes. was discovered by
(a) Francis Crick
(b) Einstein
(c) Janies D Wartson
(d) Dr Banting ✓

2. Which one of the following is an example of hereditary disease?
(a) AIDS
(b) Haemophilia ✓
(c) Syphilis
(d) Xeropthafmia

3. Which of the following is responsible for transferring the genetic information from one generation to the next?
(a) Codon
(b) DNA ✓
(c) RNA
(d) Messenger RNA

4. Inside which of the following is a nucleus not found?
(a) A human cell
(b) A plant cell
(c) An electric cell ✓
(d) An atom

5. Anaerobics are
(a) Bacteria which can complete their life cycle without oxygen ✓
(b) Bacteria which can complete their life cycle without %vater
(c) Colonies of unicellular bacteria
(d) Colonies of muticellular bacteria

6. The organ that filters blood in human body is
(a) Heart ✓
(b) Spleen
(c) Liver
(d) Kidney

7. Deficiency of Iron in the human body causes
(a) Goitre
(b) Trachoma
(c) Anaemia ✓
(d) Glaucoma

8. The red colour of tomato is imparted by
(a) Chlorophyll
(b) Karotionoid ✓
(c) Vitamin
(d) Harmone

9. Substances which bring down the body temperature are known as?
(a) Antipyretics ✓
(b) Analgesics
(c) Antibiotics
(d) None

10. Enzymes are?
(a) Protein ✓
(b) Minerals
(c) Oils
(d) Fatty acids


Important General Biology MCQs - 9

1. A plant cell is distinguished from an animal cel! by the presence of .
(a) Nucleus
(b) Chloroplasts
(c) Cell membrane
(d) Cell wall ✓

2. A man with blood group A can receive blood from persons having blood groups
(a) A. O ✓
(b) A. B. O
(c) A. AB. B
(d) A. B

3. What does Mycology study?
(a) Minerals
(b) Sound
(c) Insects
(d) Fungus ✓

4. Duodenum is situated
(a) At the uppermost part of the small intestine ✓
(b) Near the lungs
(c) In the brain
(d) At the tail end of the intestine

5. Dialysis is used in the case of a patient suffering from
(a) Heart problems
(b) Kidney problems ✓
(c) Respiratory diseases
(d) Neurological disorders

6. Which gland of the human body produces insulin?
(a) Pituitary
(b) Thyroid
(c) Pancreas ✓
(d) Spleen

7. In brain. the site for intelligence. memory and emotion is present in
(a) Cerebrum ✓
(b) Cerebellum
(c) Medulta
(d) Hypothalamus

8. Animal flesh is a good source of high quality proteins because anifnal-.proleins are
(a) Directly taken up by muscle-tissues and add to their strength
(b) Animal proteins have all amino adds
(c) Animal proteins carry the right proportion of amino acids needed by humans ✓
(d) Animal proteins are digested easily

9. Vaccines are
(a) Same as monoclonal antibodies
(b) Treated bacteria or viruses or one of their proteins ✓
(c) MHC proteins
(d) strands of nucleic adds

10. Excessive vomitting and diarrhoea may result in the decrease of which of the following in the blood stream?
(a) Calcium
(b) Sodium ✓
(c) Iron
(d) Phosphorus





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