PPSC Food Inspector Solved Past Papers

PPSC Food Inspector Solved Past Paper
in the Punjab Food Department 

1. “Airblue" airlines belongs to which country?
(A) Pakistan ✓
(B) India
(C) America
(D) Jordan

2. Which of following is Cottage Industry?
(A) Cement
(B) Sugar
(C) Handicraft ✓
(D) Textile

3. The agro based industry is:
(A) Woodwork
(B) Dairy farms ✓
(C) Carpets
(D) Ironwork

4. The slave Dynasty was founded in India in:
(A) 1206 ✓
(B) 1196
(C) 1198
(D) 1199

5. Qatub-u-din Aibek became the first ruler of Islamic state of India in:
(A) 1206 ✓
(B) 1196
(C) 1198
(D) 1199

6. Qatub-u-Din Aibek died during playing:
(A) Hockey
(B) Polo ✓
(C) Cricket
(D) Football

7. Who was the first and the last woman ruler of Delhi?
(A) Chand Bibi
(B) Noor Jahan
(C) Razia Sultana ✓
(D) None of these

8. The biggest Industry of Pakistan is:
(A) Cement
(B) ftnnar
(C) Textile ✓
(D) Paper

9.  kilograms are there in one metric ton?
(A) 100 kg
(B) 1000 kg
(C) 10 kg
(D) 1000 kg ✓

10. Name the two regions won by British from French in 18th century?
(A) Ghana & Egypt
(B) Canada, USA
(C) Egypt
(D) Canada, India ✓

11. In 1659 AD Aurangzeb finally defeated Dara Shakoh and became the Emperor of India. Name the battle?
(A) Battle of Sebraon
(B) Battle of Talikita
(C) Battle of Samugarh ✓
(D) Battle of Dharmat
The ultimate victor was Aurangzeb, who first defeated Dara's forces in Samugarh (near Agra), in 1658, when he was allied with Murad, and then killed Murad before dealing Dara's army the final blow at a battle in Deorai (near Ajmer) in 1659.

12. Name the German scientist who invented the atom bomb?
(A) Hahn Otto ✓
(B) John Walker
(C) John Gutenberg
(D) William Hunt

13. “Decline of the West" book was written by German Philosopher:
(A) Herbert Spencer
(B) Spengler ✓
(C) Spinoza
(D) None of these.

14. Kosovo, the latest independent nation in the world was ruled by?
(A) Indonesia
(B) Australia
(C) Malaysia
(D) Serbia ✓

15. The Abbasld capital waa removed from Baghdad to 'Samarra', a newly founded city In 838, during the reign of:
(A) Mamoon
(B) Mutaslm Blllah ✓
(C) Maroon
(D) Waslq Blllah

16. The last Fatlmld ruler was:
(A) Al-Muizz
(B) Al-Adld ✓
(C) Al-Mansur
(D) None of these

17. Who was the British Prime Minister at the time of Second Round Table Conference?
(A) Ramsay MacDonald ✓
(B) Clement Attlee
(C) Neville Chamberlain
(D) None of these

18. Who was the Viceroy during the time Mr. Attlee of England declared the British intention to transfer power to Indians?
(A) Lord Irwin
(B) Lord Mountbatten
(C) Lord Waved ✓
(D) Lord Linlithgow

19. Quald-e-Azam became the permanent president of Muslim League:
(A) 1935
(B) 1937
(C) 1934 ✓
(D) 1939

20. How the future status of Sindh was to be decided under 3rd June plan?
(A) By the Commission
(B) By plebiscite
(C) By majority vote of assembly members ✓
(D) None of the above

21. How the future status of NWFP was to be decided under June 3rd Plan?
(A) By majority vote of assembly
(B) By the Commission
(C) By plebiscite ✓
(D) None of the above

22. Name the person who was the first to translate the Holy Quran in Persian?
(A) Shah Rafi-ud-Din
(B) Shah Walliuilah ✓
(C) Khalid bin Waleed
(D) Mujadid Alf Sani

23. The total period of Abbasids caliphate was:
(A) 400 years
(B) 508 years ✓
(C) 600 years
(D) 708 years

24. Salahuddin Ayubi emerged as the hero of the Muslims in: -
(A) First Crusade
(B) Second Crusade
(C) Third Crusade ✓
(D) Fourth Crusade

25. Latani River is located in:
(A) Syria
(B) Lebanon ✓
(C) Turkey
(D) Iran

26. Which is the largest Fort of Punjab Province?
(A) Rohtas Fort ✓
(B) Attock Fort
(C) Shelkhupura Fort
(D) None of these

27. Rohtas Fort Is located In the district:
(A) Jehlum ✓
(B) Lahore
(C) Chakwal
(D) Attack

28. Which is the broadest strait in the world?
(A) Northumberland Strait
(B) Messina Strait
(C) Mozambique Strait ✓
(D) None of these

29. Which of the following countries has the largest area in the world? »
(A) Canada
(B) China
(C) U.S.A.
(D) Russia ✓

30. The foreign phrase Aqua pura means
(A) Air
(B) Water ✓
(C) Mineral
(D) None of these

31. Hail storm oocurs in summer season due to the formation of clouds called
(A) Cirrus
(B) Cumulus
(C) Cumulonimbus ✓
(D) Cirrocumulus

32. NASA stands for.
(A) National Aeronautics and Space Administration ✓
(B) Natural Aeronautics and Space Administration
(C) Natural Administration and Space Administration
(D) Natural Administration and Space Agency

33. King Abdul Aziz international Airport is the name of
(A) Makkah Airport
(B) Jeddah Airport
(C) Riyadh Airport ✓
(D) None of these

34. 'ZIANA' is a news agency of:
(A) Zambia
(B) Zimbabwe ✓
(C) New Zealand
(D) Zaire

35. Who advocated the theory of lalssez falre?
(A) Marshall
(B) Malthus
(C) Adam Smith ✓
(D) None of these

36. Where was Albert Einstein bom?
(A) UK
(C) Germany ✓
(D) Albania

37. The Keil canal links the:
(A) Pacific and Atlantic Ocean
(B) Mediterranean and Red Sea
(C) Mediterranean and Black Sea
(D) North Sea and Baltic Sea ✓

38. Who was the first Asian to have received the Nobel Prize?
(A) C.V. Raman
(B) R.N. Tagore ✓
(C) Mother Teresa
(D) I A. Bunin

39. MAD is the name of secret agency of
(A) Germany ✓
(C) London
(D) Manchester

40. World environmental day is observed on:
(A) 15th June
(B) 5th June ✓
(C) 25th June
(D) None of these

41. Freud is associated with:
(A) Detective
(B) Biology
(C) Physiology and medicine ✓
(D) Leprosy control

42. in American history only president who give resign
(A) Richard Nixon ✓
(B) Eisen Hower
(C) Ronald Reagon
(D) Truman

43. Who has taken the highest number of wickets in One-Day International cricket?
(A) Malcolm Marshal
(B) M.-Maralitharan ✓
(C) Waqar Yunus
(D) WasimAkram

44. Which is the second highest Pass in world?
(A) Namni Pass ✓
(B) Col de Rstefond Pass
(C) DonnerPass
(D) Myanmar Pass

45. Second highest Pass in the world situated in
(B) France-Spain
(C) Italy-Spain
(D) Myanmar ✓

46. Synagogue is place of worship of which religion?
(A) Confucianism ✓
(B) Judaism
(C) Buddhism
(D) None of them

47. Which is the largest Sea in the world?
(A) South China Sea ✓
(B) Mediterranean Sea
(C) Black Sea
(D) Red Sea

48. 15th Conference of NAM was held in March 2008 in:
(A) Havana (Cuba)
(B) Cairo (Egypt)
(C) Sharam Shaikh (Egypt) ✓
(D) Jakarta (Indonesia)

49. Headquarter of Council of the European Union is located in:
(A) Brussels ✓
(B) Geneva
(C) Vienna
(D) None of these

50. Which of the following book was written by A.H. Ispahani?
(A) Quaid-i-Azam My,Leader
(B) Struggle For Pakistan
(C) Quaid-i-Azam Jinnah As I Knew Him ✓
(D) None of them
51. “The Great Divide, Britain, India & Pakistan” was written by:
(A) W.H. Wriggins
(B) Stanley Walpert
(C) H.V. Hudson ✓
(D) None of them

52. “The Military and Politics in Pakistan” is written by:
(A) Shahid Javed Burki
(B) K.K.Aziz
(C) I.H. Qureshi
(D) Hassan Askari Rizvi ✓

53. Peshawar district and major part of Mardan district, are consisted of
(A) Hilly areas
(B) Plain areas ✓
(C) Plateau areas
(D) None of these

54. What is the total area of Sindh?
(A) 139,424 sq km
(B) 138,532 sq km
(C) 142,532 sq km
(D) 140,914 sq km ✓

55. What is the total length of Pak-lndia boundary line?
(A) 1610 kilometers ✓
(B) 1670 kilometers
(C) 1810 kilometers
(D) None of these

56. What is the total length of coastline of Pakistan?
(A) 1020 km
(B) 1046 km ✓
(C) 1095 km
(D) 1126 km

57. Switzerland is also known by the distinctive name of:
(A) Land of Thousand Lakes
(B) Land of Milk & Honey
(C) Playground of Europe ✓
(D) Land of Humming Bird

58. Which city is called "City of Parks”?
(A) Banaras
(B) Quito
(C) Kiev ✓
(D) Rome

59. People's Great Hural is the parliament of which country?
(A) Cuba
(B) Mexico
(C) Magnolia ✓
(D) Nigeria

60. The area of lowest rainfall in Pakistan is
(A) Nushki
(B) Quetta
(C) Thar
(D) Nokhundi ✓

61. The Chashma Nuclear plant was built with the help of:
(A) France
(B) Germany
(C) Canada
(D) China ✓

62. The first nuclear device was tested in
(A) 1940
(B) 1941
(C) 1945 ✓
(D) 1947
The first atomic weapons test was conducted near Alamogordo, New Mexico, on July 16, 1945, during the Manhattan Project, and given the codename "Trinity".

63. Which of the following countries is the leading producer of rice in the world?
(A) Australia
(B) Argentina
(C) China ✓
(D) Cuba

64. The highest lake in the world is:
(A) Lake Hanna
(B) Lake Tanzania
(C) LakeToba
(D) Lake Titicaca ✓

65. Which is the largest producer of diamonds in the world?
(A) Australia
(B) Canada
(C) South Africa
(D) Russia ✓

66. Which is the largest producer of coffee in the world?
(A) Brazil ✓
(B) Sri Lanka
(C) Pakistan
(D) Myanmar

67. The largest reserves of fresh water on the Earth's surface is located in:
(A) North America ✓
(B) South America
(C) Russia
(D) None of these

68. Which of the following countries lead in the production of tea in the world?
(A) India ✓
(B) Myanmar
(C) Sri Lanka
(D) Japan
China is indisputably the largest producer of tea in the world, producing 2,473,443 tonnes in 2017 alone – a figure that was approximately 30-35% of the total amount produced in the world that year. India is the second largest producer of tea in the world, producing an average 1,325,050 tonnes each year.

69. Name thee largest railway station of the world is:
(A) Grand Central Terminal, New York ✓
(B) Lahore railway station, Pakistan
(C) Trans-Siberian railway station, Russia
(D) None of these

70. Which Is the third largest landlocked country In the world?
(A) Magnolia
(B) Sudan
(C) Switzerland
(D) Chad ✓

71. Marco Polo was the famous:
(A) Traveler ✓
(B) Scientist
(C) Musician
(D) Conqueror

72. Slave Dynasty in India was ended in:
(A) 1290 ✓
(B) 1234
(C) 1323
(D) 1245

73. The famous poet Amir Khusrau, nicknamed the 'Parrot of India' was the contemporary of all of the following except:
(A) Alauddin Khilji
(B) Ghiyas-ud-Din Balban
(C) Altutmish ✓
(D) None of these

74. The Great Bath of the Indus Valley Civilization was discovered in:
(A) Harappa
(B) Lothal
(C) Mohenjodaro ✓
(D) Ropar

75. 'Freedom Air' is the name of airline of:
(A) New Zealand ✓
(B) South Africa
(C) South Korea
(D) Canada

76. Ariana airline is an airline of:
(A) Afghanistan ✓
(B) America
(C) Iran
(D) France

77. The Khilji Dynasty was founded in India in:
(A) 1245
(B) 1278
(C) 1290 ✓
(D) 1298

78. Pablo Picasso was a:
(A) Spanish painter ✓
(B) American scientist
(C) British jurist
(D) German sportsman

79. Which continent has no desert?
(A) Europe ✓
(B) Asia
(C) Australia
(D) North America

80. According to Cabinet Mission plan in which group Punjab and Sindh, were included?
(A) First
(B) Third
(C) Second ✓
(D) Fourth

81. According to Cabinet Mission plan Bengal and Assam would be included in group.
(A) 3rd ✓
(B) 2nd
(C) 1st
(D) 4th

82. Simla Conference started on:
(A) 24th June, 1945 ✓
(B) 24th June, 1946
(C) 22nd September,1945
(D) 22nd September, 1946

83. During the Indian Freedom Struggle, who among the following proposed that Swaraj should be defined as complete independence free from all foreign control?
(A) Mazharul Haque
(B) Maulana Hasrat Mohanl
(C) Hakim Ajmal Khan
(D) Abul Kalam Azad ✓

84. When was the Pakistan's first Constituent Assembly constituted?
(A) July 20,1947 ✓
(B) June 20,1947
(C) August 20,1947
(D) August 25,1947

85. How many members were there in the Constituent Assembly when it was set up?
(A) 59
(B) 69 ✓
(C) 79
(D) 80

86. How many members were later, added to the Constituent Assembly?
(A) 5
(B) 7
(C) 9
(D) 10 ✓

87. On what date did the Quaid-e-Azam Address the Constituent Assembly for the first time?
(A) 10 August 1947
(B) 11 August 1947 ✓
(C) 20 August 1947
(D) 25 August 1947

88. Penicillin was discovered by:
(A) Alfred Nobel
(B) Alexander Fleming ✓
(C) Louis Pasteur
(D) S. A. Waksman

89. Who wrote Sassi Pannu?
(A) Hashim Shah ✓
(B) Bulhe Shah
(C) WarisShah
(D) None of these

90. Qissa-Ahsan al-QIssas was written by Ghulam Rasool. Who wrote Sohni Mahiwal?
(A) Bulhe Shah
(B) Waits Shah
(C) Fazal Shah ✓
(D) None of these

91. The weight of 1000 milligrams is equal to 1 gram. decagrams are there in 10 grams?
(A) 2
(B) 1 ✓
(C) 3
(D) 4

92. The pharaohs of Alexandria is located in
(A) Germany
(B) Italy
(C) France
(D) Egypt ✓

93. The third battle of Panipat was fought between Ahmad Shah Abdali and Mahrattas in
(A) 1801 AD
(B) 1750 AD
(C) 1761 AD ✓
(D) 1758 AD

94. Which of the following wars is the shortest war ever fought, ended in just six days?
(A) Gulf War
(B) Israel-Arab War ✓
(C) Desert-War
(D) Boer War

95. Name the Mughal king who died in 1707?
(A) Jahangir
(B) Aurangzeb ✓
(C) Shah Jahan
(D) Akbar

96. Ottoman Turks captured Constantinople in
(A) 1418
(B) 1448
(C) 1453 ✓
(D) 1455

97. Which one of the following Sultans established diplomatic relations with China?
(A) Balban
(B) Jalaluddin KhllJI
(C) Muhammad Bin Tughlaq ✓
(D) None of these

98. The first Umayad Amir of Andulus to adopt the title of Caliph
(A) Abdur Rehman III ✓
(B) Al Had!
(C) Umar III
(D) Hamza III

99. The city constructed on the bank of the river Tlaris is:
(A) Basra
(B) Baghdad ✓(C) Najaf
(D) Tehran

100. The “Berber” tribes were resident of
(A) South Korea
(B) North Africa ✓
(C) Andulus
(D) China

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