Famous Personalities of Pakistan & Their Fields

Aamer Sohail, Crickter
Aamir Atlas Khan, Squash
Aaqib Javed cricketer, coach
Abdul Hafeez (A H) Kardar cricketer
Abdul Qadir cricketer
Abdul Razzaq cricketer
Abdul Razzaq, Crickter
Abdul Majid Bhurgri, hero of Sindhi computing
Abdul Jabbar Bhatti, Colonel (retd), who became the fourth Pakistani to summit the world's highest peak, Mount Everest.
Abdur Rahman Chughtai painter, designer of stamps.
Abdur Rashid chief justice
Abrar-ul-Haq singer, musician
Abul A'la Maududi journalist, theologian, philosopher, scholar (bom in India)
Adeeb Rizvi Medicine
Adil Najam, founding Dean of the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University; former Vice Chancellor of the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS)
Agha Shahi former foreign affairs minister
Agha Shorish Kashmiri, Journalist & Politician
Ahmed Ali writer, critic, translator, diplomat, scholar
Ahmed Hussain A. Kazi lawyer, economist
Ahmed Hussain A. Kazi, former Chairman Pakistan Industrial Development Corporation
Ahmed Rashid journalist
Ahmed Saeed Nagi painter
Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi, Tennis
Ajab Gul actor
Ajaz Anwar painter
Ajmal Mian former chief justice
Akhtar Hameed Khan
Alam Lohar singer
Ali Zafar musician, composer, songwriter, singer
Allama Mashriqi,, Politician
Allama Usmani religious scholar, author, political leader.
Altaf Hussain founder, leader Muttahida Quami Movement
Amanat Ali singer
Amin Guljee sculptor
Amina Wali, Skiing
Aminah Haq actress
Amir Khan, Boxer
Amir Mehdi, Mountaineer
Amjad Farooq Alvi businessman, entrepreneur, computer programmer, inventor, IT Industrialist
Anil Dalpat, Crickter
Anna Molka Ahmed artist
Anna Molka Ahmed artist
Anoushey Ashraf actress
Ansar Abbasi journalist
Ansar Burney human rights activist
Anwar Ali, former Chairman of the PAEC
Anwar Naseem biotechnologist
Anwar Naseem, Advisor Science COMSTECH, Chairman National Commission on Biotechnology Pakistan, Founding president of

FPSC Lecturer Zoology Solved Past Paper 



(1) Contractile vacuole in protozoa is basically responsible for
(a) Excretion
(b) Osmoregulation ✓
(c) Feeding 
(d) All of these

(2) Pneumatocysts are typically present in 
(a) Porifera
(b) Annelida
(c) Coelentrata ✓
(d) Protozoa

(3) Pinococysts are present in
(a) Echinodermata
(b) Arthropoda
(c) Porifera ✓
(d) None of these.

(4) Nerve cord is dorsally located in 
(a) Annelids
(b) Mollusca
(c) Arthropodes
(d) None of these ✓

(5) Open circulatory system is present in 
(a) Annelids
(b) Insects ✓
(c) Reptiles
(d) Mammals

(6) Sponges are present in 
(a) Marine
(b) Freshwater
(c) Moist places
(d) Both (a) and (b)  ✓

(7) Telson is present in 
(a) Annelids
(b) Arthropoda ✓
(c) Molluse
(d) Chordates

(8) Entamoeba histolytica is a member of class
(a) Scyphozoa
(b) Polycheata
(c) Mastigophora
(d) None of these ✓

(9) A house fly has legs
(a) 8
(b) 10
(c) 6
(d) 4 ✓

(10) Wasps bite using 
(a) Mouth
(b) Proboscis ✓
(c) Genital claspers
(d) None of these

(11) Number of cranial nerves in fish
(a) 10 ✓
(b) 12
(c) 8
(d) None of these

(12) Frog has ribes
(a) 6
(b) 12
(c) 4
(d) None of these ✓

(13) Scales in reptiles are 
(a) Ectodermal ✓
(b) Mesodermal
(c) Both a & b
(d) Endodermal

(14) Gill slits in Amphioxus are present
(a) Mouth
(b) Neck
(c) Pharynx ✓
(d) Head

(15) Giraffe has neck vertbrea
(a) 15
(b) 10
(c) 7 ✓
(d) None of these

(16) Duck billed platypus has on its body
(a) Feathers ✓
(b) Hairs
(c) Scales
(d) None of these

(17) Pulmonary vein in mammals carries blood
(a) Deoxygenated 
(b) Oxygenated ✓
(c) Both a&b
(d) None of these

(18) RBCs in amphibians are 
(a) Nucleated ✓
(b) Without nucleus
(c) Both a & b
(d) None of these

(19) Python kills its prey by 
(a) Poison biting
(b) Constriction ✓
(c) Both a&b
(d) None of these

(20)The location of mouth is ventral in
(a) Bony fish
(b) permyzaon
(c) Shark ✓
(d) None of these
(21) Cell membrane is chemically
(a) nucleoprotein
(b) lipoprotein ✓
(c) lipid
(d) protein

(22) ATP is produced in 
(a) golgi complex
(b) lysosome
(c) mitochondria ✓
(d) none of these

(23) .Transcription is the phenomenon involved with
(a)  mRNA formation ✓
(b)  binding of aminoacid
(c)  DNA replication
(d)  all of these

(24)  Glycolsis accurs in 
(a)  endoplasmic recticulum
(b)  cytoplasm ✓
(c)  mitichondria
(d)  golgi bodies

(25)  Centromere in a chromosome is heterochromatic as it
(a)  do not divide
(b)  helps chromosomal attachment with the spindle
(c)  do not go a regular change in the cell cycle
(d)  all of these together

(26)  Neurotransmitter are involved in 
(a)  nerve transmission
(b)  synoptic transmission
(c)  chemical transmission
(d)  b & c ✓

(27)  Pepsin is the chemical involved in 
(a)  Protein breakdown ✓
(b)  carbohydrates breakdown
(c)  protein synthesis
(d)  lipid breakdown

(28)  Food is assimilated into the body from digestive tract in 
(a)  oesophagus
(b)  stomach
(c)  small intestine ✓
(d)  rectum

(29)  Excretory product is produced through the breakdown of 
(a)  protein ✓
(b)  carbohydrates
(c)  lipid
(d)  all of these

(30) Basic process of respiration occurs in
(a)  lungs
(b)  mitochondria ✓
(c)  blood circulation
(d)  none of these

(31) Genetic dominance involves
(a)  personality dominance
(b)  better adaptive value
(c)  a wider population distribution
(d)  all a,b & c

(32) Principle of segregation is applicable to 
(a)  Hetrozygous individual only
(b)  homozygous indvidual only
(c)  Diploid individual ✓
(d)  none of these

(33) XXY individual in man is phenotypically a 
(a)  Female
(b)  male ✓
(c)  super female
(d)  super male

(34) sex linkage concerns with the gene
(a)  Responsible for the development of sex
(b)  Associate with some sex
(c)  Located on X chromosome only ✓
(d)  located on sex chromosome

(35) Cistron is the smallest part of the chromosome working as
(a)  Mutational unit
(b)  functional unit ✓
(c)  Recombinational unit
(d)  None of these

(36) First living organism on this planet was
(a)  an algal cell
(b)  a virus
(c)  a protozoa
(d)  none of these ✓

(37) Darwin's theory of natural selection believe in selection of
(a)  the fittest
(b)  fitters
(c)  better adapted individual
(d)  All of these ✓

(38) The raw material for evolution comes from
(a)  Mutation ✓
(b)  Chromosomal aberration
(c)  Recombination
(d)  All of these

(39) A group develops to adapt a number of diverse niches.The phenomena is called as 
(a)  Convergent evolution
(b)  Divergent ✓
(c)  Punctuated evolution
(d)  none of these

(40)) Linnaeus was the father of classification and was
(a)  Not believer of evolution
(b)  strong believer of evolution ✓
(c)  believer of limited evolution
(d)  Believer of natural selection

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1. Seismology is the science of?
(a) Silkworm breeding
(b) Earthquakes (Correct)
(c) Atmospheric phenomenon
(d) Study of fossils

2. The source of solar energy is?
(a) Light energy
(b) Gravitational energy
(c) Kinetic energy of rotation of sun
(d) Nuclear energy (Correct)

3. If an object is placed midway between two parallel plane mirrors facing each other, then the number of images that appear in mirrors is
(a) Four
(b) Infinite (Correct)
(c) Two
(d) Zero because the images will cancel each other

4. In vacuum, What will be common among X rays visible light, radio waves
(a) Amplitude (Correct)
(b) Frequency
(c) speed
(d) wavelength

5. Barometer is used to measure
(a) Atmospheric pressure (Correct)
(b) Humidity
(c) Rainfall
(d) Temperature

6. If u use a microscope to watch smoke particles in still air, you will see them moving about all the time. This phenomenon is called?
(a) Brownian movement (Correct)
(b) Osmosis
(c) Tyndall effect
(d) Diffusion

7. The mass of a neutron is approximately
(a) Equal to the mass of proton (Correct)
(b) Three times the mass of a proton
(c) Twice the mass of a proton
(d) Zero

8. The spherical shape of rain drops is due to
(a) Atmospheric friction of air (Correct)
(b) brevity of spherical earth
(c) Surface tension of rain water
(d) Viscosity of rain water

9. Galvanometer is an instrument
(a) For measuring volume change in chemical reactions btw gases
(b) For measuring currents of small magnitude (Correct)
(c) Which prints automatically messages sent from one place to another
(d) For recording high temperature from a distance

10. Which of the following has highest frequency?
(a) Gamma rays (Correct)
(b) Microwaves
(c) Light waves
(d) Radio waves

 1. What is the approximate mean distance that separates the sun from the earth?
(a) 1600,90,000 kms
(b) 1480,00,000 kms
(c) 1500,00,000 kms
(d) 1890,70,000 kms

2. The outer surface of the sun is called?
(a) Thermosphere
(b) Lithosphere
(c) Ionosphere
(d) Photosphere 

3. Which planet has the maximum number of satellites?
(a) Mars
(b) Mercury 
(c) Venus
(d) Jupiter

4. What is a light year?
(a) The year marked by extraordinary amount of radiation of sleight
(b) The year marked by the extraordinary less amount of radiation of sunlight reaching the earth due to protracted cloudy weather on earth making that year lighter than the normal
(c) The year in which the sun radiates more light making one complete extra day in February
(d) The distance travelled by light in 01 year. 

5. What are Red Giants?
(a) Stars which appear red because of their consuming a portion of their hydrogen. 
(b) The cluster of giant sized stars visible near mars
(c) Stars which consume some of their oxygen and thus appear red due to lack of O2
(d) Powerful communist countries.

6. What are asteroids?
(a) Piece of falling stares
(b) Satellite of other planets
(c) Very small planet revolving around the sun
(d) Rocks found on the moon

7. What is the temperature at the centre of the sun?
(a) 6 million k
(b) 10 million k
(c) 12 million k
(d) 20 million k (Correct)

8. The phase of moon are partially the result of the?
(a) Changes in the shape of the moon
(b) Revolution of the moon about the earth (Correct)

(c) Variation in the moon’s gravitation
(d) Variation in the speed of rotation of the moon

9. Constellations referred to as Zodiac are?
(a) Imaginary region that encompass the path of the planets (Correct)

(b) Signs of Roman god
(c) A group of stars
(d) None of these

10. The height of a geo-stationary satellite from the surface of the earth is about?
(a) 360 km
(b) 3600 km (Correct)

(c) 23000 km
(d) 360,000 km

1. Which of the following explain the reasons why there is no total eclipse of the sun?
(a) Area of the sun covered by the moon (Correct)
(b) Direction rotation around the sun
(c) Orbit of moon around the sun
(d) Size of earth in relation to that of moon

2. The instrument used to measure the specific gravity of milk is?
(a) Barometer
(b) Hygrometer
(c) Lactometer (Correct)

(d) None of these

3. The internal antenna of transistor set is made of?
(a) Iron
(b) Ferror Chrome (Correct)

(c) Copper
(d) Alnico

4. Gerontology is the study of?
(a) Process of ageing (Correct)

(b) Growth of cells
(c) Birds
(d) Vegetables

5. Helium is used for respiration in deep water instead of nitrogen because
(a) It is heavier than nitrogen (Correct)
(b) It is higher than nitrogen
(c) It mixes less in blood than nitrogen
(d) It helps oxygen to burn more quickly

6. In a fluorescent tube which of the following components are found?
(a) Mercury vapour (Correct)
(b) Argon and carbon dioxide
(c) Helium and oxygen
(d) Argon and neon

7. The common ore of aluminium is?
(a) Chromite` (Correct)
(b) Cryolite
(c) Bauxite
(d) Monazite

8. When one enters a dark room, he is not able to see anything but, after sometime vision
improves. This is because?
(a) The retina of the eye comes forward
(b) The retina of the eye moves backward
(c) The pupil of the eye contracts
(d) The pupil of the eye dilates (Correct)

9. Radio carbon dating is used to find the age of?
(a) Fossils (Correct)
(b) Building
(c) Rocks
(d) Babies

10. What is periscope used for?
(a) To survey the ships on the surface of the sea when the submarine is under water (Correct) (Correct)
(b) To extinguish fire
(c) To measure purity of milk
(d) None of the above

1. If an iron is marked 750 watts by 250 volts, then it was designated to take a current of
(a) 3 Amperes
(b) 9 Amperes
(c) 6 Amperes
(d) 15 Amperes

2. The blue colour of the sky is due to
(a) Polarization of light
(b) Scattering of light 
(c) Reflection of light
(d) None of these

3. Geiger counter is an instrument
(a) Determine the heart beat rate
(b) To detect radioactive radiation 
(c) To measure intensity of visible light
(d) To count the baggage of an airport

4. When we are looking at a rainbow in front of us, The sun must be
(a) High in the sky and is located either on our right or left
(b) In front of us
(c) Behind us
(d) None of these

5. When as the satellite is in the geostationary orbit, its
(a) Orbital distance is equal to the radius of the earth
(b) Acceleration is zero
(c) Orbital period is about 24 hours
(d) Angular velocity is zero

6. The most intense man-made light source is
(a) Master 
(b) Laser
(c) Mercury Vapour Lamp
(d) Light emitting diode LED)

7. How many calories will b needed to raise the temperature of 10 grams of water from 200 to 3000?
(a) 1 
(b) 10
(c) 100
(d) 200

8. The branch of biological science ” Ecology ” deals with the study of
(a) Plants in relation to their environment
(b) Animals in relation to plants

(c) All living things in relation to their environment
(d) Animals in relation to their environment

9. The film of oil and soapy water owe their brilliant colours to a combination of light reflection and
(a) Refraction
(b) Polarization
(c) Diffraction
(d) Interference

10. The solar ultraviolet rays do not harm living organism because
(a) The ozone layer of the atmosphere weakens them
(b) They are weak rays
(c) They have to pass through a thick column of the atmosphere
(d) The atmospheric nitrogen dilutes them

 1. Hormones assist in which one of the following activities?
(a) Digestion of food
(b) Activities of enzymes
(c) Regulation of the body process (Correct)
(d) Maintaining on optimum level of pH in the body

2. Urea and Uric acid are formed in the metabolism of
(a) Sugars
(b) Fats
(c) Proteins (Correct)
(d) Minerals

3. The most highly contractile part of human body is
(a) Skin
(b) Stomach
(c) Urinary bladder
(d) Iris (Correct)

4. Which one of the following is a tissue?
(a) Liver
(b) Heart
(c) Skin (Correct)
(d) Blood

5. Which one of the following disease is hereditary?
(a) Anemia
(b) Nephritis
(c) Diabetes (Correct)
(d) Night blindness

6. A man suffering from the bleeding of gums is advised to take
(a) Milk & carrot
(b) Sufficient protein
(c) Citrus fruit (Correct)
(d) water

7. Our teeth & bone are made of mainly
(a) Calcium hydrogen phosphate
(b) Calcium phosphate
(c) Calcium sulphate
(d) None of these (Correct)

8. Gastric juice is produced in
(a) Mouth
(b) Liver
(c) Pancreas
(d) Stomach (Correct)

9. The red blood cell in a human body die after about
(a) 150 days
(b) 120 days (Correct)
(c) 90 days
(d) 157 days

10. Of the following organs in human body, largest is
(a) Kidney
(b) Heart
(c) Brain
(d) Liver (Correct)

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