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1. The United Nations was founded on _________.
A.
March 24, 1945
B.
October 24, 1945

C.
D.

March 24, 1949
October 24, 1950

2. Which country from the following is NOT the member of UNO?
A.
Vatican City
B.
Afghanistan
C.
North Korea
D.
Vaitnam
3. The International Court of Justice is located in _________.
A.
New York
B.
Washigton
C.
Geneva
D.
The Hague
4. There are __________ members of SAARC.
A.
5
B.
6
C.
7
D.
8
5. Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has __________ official
languages.
A.
1
B.
2
C.
3
D.
4
6. There are _________ non-permanent members of the security council.
A.
5
B.
7
C.
10
D.
15
7. The currency of Indonesia is _________.
A.
rupiah
B.
dinar
C.
rangit
D.
riyal

8. The D-8 is an organization of eight ________ countries.
A.
developed
B.
developing
C.
Asian
D.
African
9. The European Union's working capital is in _________.
A.
London
B.
Lisbon
C.
Austria
D.
Brussels
10. The headquarter of NATO is located in _________.
A.
New York
B.
Paris
C.
Geneva
D.
Brussels
11.B
12.A
13.D
14.D
15.C
16.C
17.A
18.B
19.D
20.D
21.The motto of UNO is _________.
A. It's your world!
B. Life for All!
C. Peace!
D. Love and Peace!
22.The world's highest mountain is in __________.
A. China
B. Pakistan
C. Nepal
D. India
23.The headquarter of Red Cross is in _________.

appears as "Long Shoe"? A.Which country. 1990 D.A. Pacific C. Indian D. 1951 26. C. Atlantic B. None of these 29. Turkey 28. Pakistan C. United Kingdom C. 1949 D. Nigeria D. on the map of world. United States B.The North Atlantic treaty (NATO) was signed in __________. Canada D. France .Which from the following countries does NOT yeild veto-power? A. 1947 C. Greece D. D. New York Washigton Geneva The Hague 24.The largest ocean of the world is __________. A. 1995 25. Italy C. 1985 C. B. India B. 1945 B. 1980 B. A. Hungary 27. A.Which from the following countries is NOT a member of D-8? A. Portugal B.World Trade Organization was established in __________.

15. Secretariat D. The Capital of Canada is __________. Environment Day C. The headquarter of Green Peace International is located in _________. Press Freedom Day 24. 20. 1999 C. Labour Day B. 14. Earth Day D. 2001 D. 18. 13.30. 1991 B. Austria 23. 17. A. 19. 16. A. International Court of Justice 22. 2011 11. A C C D C B A B C D 21. Tirane . 12. Lisbon D. Geneva C.OIC changed its name from Organisation of the Islamic Conference to Organisation of Islamic Cooperation in _________. A. Amserdam B. A. Security Council C. A. General Assembly B. 3 May is observed Internationally as _________. The most powerful organ of United Nations is _________.

Makkah B. The currency of Israel is _________. Pakistan B. Estonia 28. Red Sea and North Sea C. A. Madina C. Krone 29. D. Which from the following countries is NOT a member of European Union? A. Jeddah D. Islamabad. Euro B. Malta D. Mediterranean Sea and North Sea D. New Delhi. Ottawa Athens Luxembourg 25. Nepal D. Riyadh . C. Shekel C. Sri Lanka 27. Ireland C. The largest democratic country in the world is _________. A. United Kingdom C. The permanent Secretariat of OIC is located in _________. United States B. Arabian Sea and Red Sea B. China D. Norway B. Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea 26. A.B. A. India 30. A. India C. Forint D. Colombo. Suez Canal is between __________. The permanent Secretariat of SAARC is located in __________. Kathmandu.

Amserdam 2.The deepest part of the Earth is __________ . B 22. A 28. Mariana Trench 3. 1. Dead Sea 2. D 24. 1. D 30. Amserdam 2. South Africa 4. Geneva 3. 1. B 25. Berlin 35. London 4.The lowest part of the Earth is __________ .The highest part of the Earth is __________ .The headquarter of Transparency International is in _________. C 27. 1. South Pole 34. K2 3. C 31. Norway 4. Dead Sea 2. South Pole 33. London 4. Mount Everest 2.The headquarter of Amnesty International is in _________. 1. North Pole 32.21. South Africa 4. Berlin . Geneva 3. A 23. Mariana Trench 3. B 29. D 26.

1. 34. 39. Sydney 31. Iceland 2. A A B C D B C C C A . 36. Labour Day 2. Arabian Sea 40. San Francisco 2. 37.22 April is observed Internationally as _________. 40.World's famous bridge "Golden Gate" is in __________.36.The smallest Sea of the World is __________. Greenland 3. Red Sea 3. 32. 33. France 4. 1. America and Canada 2. 38. England 4. Environment Day 3. Press Freedom Day 38. Norway and Sweden 39. Earth Day 4. Dead Sea 2. England and France 3. 1. China and Korea 4.Yellow Sea lies between __________. 1. New Delhi 3. 1. Baltic Sea 4. 35. Sri Lanka 37.The biggest Island of the World is _________.

Vienna is the capital of _________. Germany B. Which country is called "Land of thousand islands"? A. Bangladesh D. Prague 47.500 C. Finland 42. India 44. Iceland D. Which country is called the "Land of thousand Lakes"? A. Switzerland C. France .000 D. 17. Ireland D. A. Which country is called the "Land of Golden Fibre"? A. United States B. A. Bern D. Indonesia C. The capital of Czech Republic is? A. 10.41. Austria B. Cyprus D.500 43.000 B. AFP is the news agency of _________. Nicosia B. Indonesia is an archipelago comprising approximately __________ islands. South Korea C. Finland C. Malaysia B. A. Denmark 46. 15. Indonesia B. 12. Scotland 45. Dublin C.

Syria Yemen 48. Jordan 49. 43. A.C. Saudi Arabia B. Syria C. China D. United States B. Malaysia 41. D. UAE D. 48. 42. B D C B A D B A C B 51. 46. Danyang–Kunshan Grand Bridge. Qantas is an airline of __________. is in __________ . UAE D. A. Malaysia 50. Australia C. 50. A. The world's longest bridge. Indonesia B. Yemen D. A. Qatar C. Canada . 49. 47. 44. Russia C. ANTARA is the news agency of _________. Emirates is an airline of __________. 45. Saudi Arabia B.

1913 55. Russia C. The first Nobel Prize was awarded in __________ . The world's longest bridge over water. European Union (EU) B. SANA is the news agency of _________. 1901 C. 8 56. United Nations Security Council 57. A. 1895 B. UAE C. British C. 6 C. United States B. Indonesia B. Swedish 54. German D. What was the nationality of Alfred Nobel? A. Saba is the news agency of _________. Syria . American B. Syria D.52. Yemen 58. A. Canada 53. 7 D. The Nobel Prize has been awarded in __________ fields. Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) D. A. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) C. A. is in __________. Saudi Arabia B. A. Lake Pontchartrain Causeway. The Nobel Peace Prize 2012 in the field of "Peace" was awarded to? A. 1907 D. China D. 5 B.

A. A. 53. 55. KLM is an airline of __________. 7 D. Europe C. Etihad Airways is an airline of __________. Asia B. Australia B. A. 59. Qatar C. D. Africa D. 8 62. The second Largest Continent (by Area) of the World is __________. 60. 5 B.C. 56. 52. 6 C. Canada 51. A. A. Yemen Jordan 59. 58. Germany C. 54. C A D B B A C C C A 61. The Largest Continent (by Area) of the World is __________. The Earth surface is divided in __________ Continents. Asia . Netherlands D. Austria 60. 57. Russia D. North America 63. United Arab Emirates B.

The Earth's Largest ocean is __________ . Africa D. Europe Africa North America 64. Great Bear Lake . Arctic C.B. 7 D. A. Lake Victoria D. Atlantic B. A. The Smallest Continent (by Area) of the World is __________. A. Pacific 68. Indian D. Arctic C. Lake Superior C. C. Pacific 67. Europe 65. A. Pacific 69. 5 B. Caspian Sea B. The Earth's second Largest ocean is __________ . Atlantic B. Arctic C. Australia C. D. A. The Earth's Oceanic water is divided in __________ oceans. The Earth's Smallest ocean is __________ . Indian D. Indian D. 8 66. 6 C. Antarctica B. The world's Largest Lake is? A. Atlantic B.

1912 B. World War I was end in? A. 63. World War I was began in? A. Dag Hammarskjold B. The first Secretary General of United Nations was? A. 65. C A C B A D A B A A 71. 62. 1912 B. 1918 73. Sahara Desert B. 1914 C. 70. 1918 74. 64.70. 1941 . 1937 C. 1914 C. 68. Trygue Lie 72. Cholistan Desert D. Arabian Desert C. 67. Arctic Desert 61. 1916 D. 1916 D. World War II was began in? A. 1939 D. Kurt Walheion C. U Thant D. 1935 B. The hottest desert of the world is? A. 69. 66.

Little Man D. Little Man D. 3 August 1945 B. Little Boy B. World War II C. Mongol Conquests D. 3 August 1945 B. World War II was end in? A. The world's deadliest conflict was? A. World War I B. 12 August 1945 78. 9 August 1945 D. 1941 C. 12 August 1945 80. Fat Man 71. 9 August 1945 D. 1945 76. 1943 D. What was the name of Atomic Bomb that dropped on the city of Hiroshima? A. 6 August 1945 C. D .75. Little Boy B. 6 August 1945 C. D 72. B 73. Fat Boy C. The Atomic Bomb was dropped on the city of Nagasaki on? A. The Atomic Bomb was dropped on the city of Hiroshima on? A. Fat Man 79. Taiping Rebellion 77. 1939 B. Fat Boy C. What was the name of Atomic Bomb that dropped on the city of Nagasaki? A.

1. WAFA 3. B 78.The Suez Canal is in __________ . AFP 2.74. 1883 2. Libya 3. United Kingdom 85. 1889 86. United States 2. BBC 4. 1.The Delaware river is in __________ . D 81. military 2. C 75. C 80. Egypt 4. regional 4.NATO is a/an __________ alliance. B 77. D 76. Nigeria 2. 1887 4. economic 3. A 79. Palestine 84. 1067 . China 4.The height of Eiffel Tower is __________ feet. Canada 3. 1.The main structural work of the Eiffel Tower was completed in? 1.The oldest news agency in the world is? 1. CNN 83. 1885 3. cultural 82. 1063 2. 1.

1073 4. 1. Riyadh 90. 82.3. 1077 87.Reuters is the news agency of __________ . A A C A D A B A D D . Egypt 89. Dinar 3. Riyal 81. France 4.The capital of Saudi Arabia is? 1. 83. Germany 88. 84. United Kingdom 3. 87. 89. Iraq 3. Qatar 4. 90. Dirham 4. 85. 88. 1. Palestine 2.WAFA is the news agency of __________ . Taif 4.The currency of Qatar is? 1. Makkah 2. United States 2. 86. Madina 3. Dollar 2.

September 25. with the independence of _________. 1994. September 25. 2006 97. Saudi Arabia B. A. Tunisia 94. Morocco 93. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) was founded on __________ . A. The social network site "Twitter" was launched on __________ . 27 December 1947 96. A. 2003 B. Qatar D. 1967 C. 27 December 1945 C. 2004 C. 2005 D. "Trusteeship Council" of the United Nations suspended operation on November 01. September 25. 1966 B. July 15. A. 27 December 1944 B. July 15. July 15. 6 D. July 15. 4 B. Palau D. The United Nations has __________ principal organs. 7 95. Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was founded on __________ . September 25. 19698 D.91. A. 5 C. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was formed in? A. Iraq C. Sudan C. 27 December 1946 D. 1958 . The 6th organ. The OIC was founded in __________ . Chad B. A. 1969 92.

D 92. B 95. C 94. D. Human Rights Day 99. A 98. C. Women's Day B. 8 March is observed internationally as? A.B. 22 March is observed internationally as? A. D 93. Women's Day B. World Water Day C. Human Rights Day 100. World Health Day D. B 100. C 101. B. A. 1960 1962 1964 98. C. The soviet media theory had its roots in Italian Fascist philosophy Free enterprize approach of west German ideology Japanese imperialist edicts . B. World Health Day D. World Water Day C. A. D. A 99. D. B 96. 7 April is observed internationally as? Women's Day World Water Day World Health Day Human Rights Day 91. C. D 97.

D. D. JEEVIKA. B. Garampani sanctuary is located at Diphu. Eritrea. A. A. Hitler party which came into power in 1933 is known as Labour Party Nazi Party Ku-Klux-Klan Democratic Party 106. B. D. West Bengal B. Peace and Economics all of these 107. The monetary unit of Bangladesh is Lek Taka Shilling Kyat 103. D. C. D. Assam Junagarh. is in the continent of . For which of the following disciplines is Nobel Prize awarded Physics and Chemistry Physiology or Medicine Literature. which became the 182nd member of the UN in 1993. Gujarat Kohima. B. Punjab C. C. Uttar Pradesh 104. Sikkim 108. Nagaland Gangtok. C. A. is the Rural Livelihoods project of which of the following State Governments A. A. B. C. B. What is the capital of Vietnam Dhaka Ajmaan Hanoi none of these 105. Bihar D. A.102. C.

A.
B.
C.
D.

Asia
Africa
Europe
Australia

109.
A.
B.
C.
D.

The height of all 4 Minars of Badshai Mosque are
170 feet
172 feet
175 feet
177 feet

110.
A.
B.
C.
D.

Grand Central Terminal, Park Avenue, New York is the world's
largest railway station
highest railway station
longest railway station
none of these

101.
102.
103.
104.
105.
106.
107.
108.
109.
110.

C
B
B
C
B
D
A
B
D
A

111.Who made the design of Pakistan's first Stamp Ticket
A.
Rehmat Ali
B.
Abdur-rehaman Chugtai
C.
Waqar-ul-Hassan
D.
none of these
112.
Which bay of the Atlantic, between northern Spain and western
France, is noted for its rough seas and high tides
A.
Bay of Biscay
B.
Bay of Arizona

C.
D.

Bay of northern hemisphere
none of these

113.
A.
B.
C.
D.

Thomas Cup is associated with which Game
bedminton
football
hockey
none of these

114.
A.
B.
C.
D.

Largest Arms Importer of the World is
Africa
China
India
Bangladesh

115.
A.
B.
C.
D.

Ariana is airlines of which country
China
Indonesia
Pakistan
Afghanistan

116.
A.
B.
C.
D.

FFC stands for
Foreign Finance Corporation
Film Finance Corporation
Federation of Football Council
none of these

117.
Jesus
A.
B.
C.
D.

What name is given to members of the Roman Catholic Society of

118.
A.
B.
C.
D.

Epsom (England) is the place associated with
horse racing
polo
shooting
snooker

Jesus
Jesuits
both a and b
none of these

119.
A.
B.
C.
D.

Who was the first person to address the United Nations in Hindi
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Narendra Modi
Atal Behari Vajpayee
Manmohan Singh

120.
The availability of cash and other cash-like marketable instruments
that are useful in purchases and investments are commonly known as
A.
marketability
B.
cash crunch
C.
credit
D.
liquidity
121.
B
122.
B
123.
A
124.
C
125.
D
126.
B
127.
B
128.
A
129.
C
130.
D
121.
A.
B.
C.
D.

When did Fatima Jinnah joined All India Muslim league
1939
1927
1947
1949

122.
First human heart transplant operation conducted by Dr. Christian
Bernard on Louis Washkansky, was conducted in
A.
1968
B.
1967
C.
1958
D.
none of these
123.
A.
B.

Which sign of the zodiac is also called The Waterbearer
Scorpio
Leo

mumps C.C. D. Which of the following is NOT a missile developed by the Defence Research and Development. A. Organisation (DRDO) A. safeguarded the personal liberties of the people against arbitrary imprisonment by the king's orders D. Gemini Aquarius 124. Agni C. all of these 125. measles B. polio D. Nepal D. Bangladesh B. The name of which Roman god means 'shining father' in Latin . C. chickenpox 128. D. Pinaka D. A. B. Shaurya B. Of which Caribbean country is Montego Bay the main tourist centre Toronto New York Jamaica Paris 129. Brahmos 126. Which common childhood illness related to shingles is also called varicella A. Habeas Corpus Act 1679 states that no one was to be imprisoned without a writ or warrant stating the charge against him B. Buhtan 127. provided facilities to a prisoner to obtain either speedy trial or release in bail C. The 3rd SAARC Ministerial Level Meet on Poverty held in which among the following countries A. India C.

124. C. The largest peninsula in the world is Arabia Asia Africa Europe 121. 2. China 133.A. 123. 1. 2. D. C. 130. 132. 3. A. D. A B D D A C D C B A The 16th NAM (Non-Aligned Movement) Summit 2012 was held in Tehran Delhi Singapore London 1. 128. 125. India 3. B. 127. Canada 4. 4. 131. 3. 4. Which one of the following countries made an exit from Kyoto Protocol 1. B. 129. 122. France 2. Quid-e-Azam's mother tongue was Gujrati Urdu Hindi none of these . mercury jupiter venus pluto 130. 126.

Which SAARC Member Country has Largest Literacy Rate Bangladesh Sri Lanka China Indonesia 1. Which Country has the oldest monarchy 1. 139. 2. 4. 3. 4. 4. 138. 2. 136. Which food item takes its name from the French for twice cooked burger pizza biscuit none of these 135. 4. 3. 3.134. 4. 3. Pakistan's National Flag was prepared by Abdur-rehaman Chugtai Liaqat Ali Chaudhary Rehmat Ali Ameer-ud-din Qadwai 1. 140. 3. Which is the largest Oil Producing Member Country of OPEC Kuwait Bahrain Qatar Saudi Arabia 1. 2. 2. Turkey 2. 1. 4. 2. 3. 2. Which Country is the Second largest Arms Exporter of the World India Russia China America 1. 137. How many counters has each player in a game of backgammon 15 12 10 16 1. Japan .

Pakistan's standard time was suggested by Liaqat Ali Maulana Mazhar-ud-din Chaudhary Rehmat Ali Proffessor Muhammad Anwar 1. 133. 136. 132. Rome 4. none of these 145. 3. 2. 137. 140. First Afghan War took place in . inflation 4. 2. 3. 4. 4. 1. 3. laissezfaire 3. 143. 138. 4. Golf player Vijay Singh belongs to which country USA Fiji India UK 142. is known as 1. Letter of Credit (L/C) 2. 134. Guarantee to an exporter that the importer of his goods will pay immediately for the goods ordered by him. 144. 141. 139. Ireland 131.3. A C A B D A B D C B ITAR-TASS is the news agency of which country Russia China India Afghanistan 1. 2. 135.

4. 3. 4. 3. 146.1. Kuwait. 149. 2. 2. 2. 3. 4. 150. 2. Gulf cooperation council was originally formed by Bahrain. Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates Second World Nations Third World Nations Fourth World Nations 1. Mancher lake situated in Sawat Dadu Muree Gilgit 1. 2. 4. Oman. 3. 1838 1837 1839 1840 A D B . 148. 3. 142. 4. Qatar. First China War was fought between China and Britain China and France China and Egypt China and Greek 1. Pakistan's first coin was issued on 3rd june 1948 6th june 1949 3rd January 1948 none of these 1. 3. Attock fort was constructed by Jahangeer Aurangzeb Akbar none of these 1. 2. 4. 141. 143. 147.

A. Which animal has the biggest eyes of any living creature Elephant Kangaroo Owl Horse . D. D. D. B. B. 147. C. as opposed to the hardware A. A. output 153. The name of which animal is an Aboriginal term meaning 'no water' Rat Snake Koala Lizard 155. 148. input D.144. treeless plains of Argentina called Pampas Moss Lichen none of these 152. A C A A C C B 151. software C. 149. 145. C. C. D. Who wrote David Copperfield Charles Dickens William Wordsworth Shakespeare none of these 154. 150. What name is given to the programs run by a computer. C. B. program B. B. What are the flat. A. A. 146.

D. 153. Driest place in the world is Death Valley(California) Sahara(Africa) Barmer(Rajasthan) none of these 160. A B A C D B A C A . D. 156. A. B. B. 158.156. 159. 152. B. A. The Wrigley Building is located in which US city New York Chicago Hawai none of these 157. Largest Museum in the world is in USA China Africa Europe 151. C. A. B. 154. C. A. 155. D. 157. Which is known as City of Skyscrapers New York Paris Belgium Chicago 158. B. C. D. D. A. C. The capital of Canada is Toronto Brussels Ottawa Bogota 159. C.

A. D. B. World environment day is on 5th June 5th May 2 June 2 May 162. D. A 161. C. B. D. B. Which country is largest in area . C. D. A. A. D. D. Headquarter of Ghandhara civilization is in Khatmandu Larkana Quetta Taxilla 167. B. B. C. Hindenburg Line is in between India and China Germany and Poland France and Germany India and Pakistan 164.160. A. A. Highest Dam in world is Hirakud Dam on the river Mahanadi-Orissa Bhakra Nangal on river Sutlej The Grande(Switzerland) none of these 165. The first prime minister of Bangladesh was Liaqat Ali Mujibur Rehman Yahya Khan Zia-ul-Haq 166. The world oldest known city is Tokyo Damascus Paris Beijing 163. C. C. A. B. C.

162. C. C. D. In which country did the rottweiler originate America Africa China Germany 170. A. B. B. 165. Which colour is produced by adding together yellow and cyan Green Red Blue Pink 161. B. C.A. B. 166. 170. 164. A. 163. Where the biggest Salt Mine located in Pakistan Mangora Jhelum Sawat none of these . D. D. A B B C B D C A D A 171. D. 168. The largest planet is Jupiter Mercury Venus Earth 169. C. C. A. 169. B. A. D. China Canada Russia India 168. 167.

A. D. Aldrin and Collins make their landing on 20 July 1969 A. none of these 174. A. The most beautiful stone-Marble is extracted from which province of Pakistan A. The longest river in Pakistan is River Ravi River Sindh River Cheenab River Jehlum 176. D. In which cartoon series do the characters Chef and Cartman appear Tom and Jerry The Snow white Cindrella South Park 177. In which country is the port of Dieppe Turkey Germany France Italy .172. D. B. Punjab B. C. unkonown place of moon C. B. B. A. A. C. C. centre of moon D. Baluchistan 173. C. What name is more commonly given to a tree of the genus Taxus Oak Yew Plum Gum 175. B. Sea of Tranquility B. On which area of the moon did Armstrong. Sindh C. NWFP D. D.

176. C. 174. C. 173. A. A C A B B D C A B D 181. A. B. 180.178. D. D. 175. D. Nestle A. B. B. 178. 177. What type of creature is a fulmar A reptile An insect A dog A bird 171. D. A. In which country are the headquarters of the multinational company 179. 172. 179. A. Who was the first president of the United States of America George Washington George Harrison Robert Zemeckis none of these 182. C. C. C. Which is the national flower of Pakistan Lilly Rose Jasmine Switzerland Venice Japan Norway . B. B. Which two primary colours are mixed to make purple red and green red and blue red and yellow red and white 180.

D. Tulip Where is the tomb of Mughal Emperor Jahangir Sialkot Multan Lahore Karachi 184. Brussels B. Canberra D. Bedminton B. B. C. A. The total Area of the Capital of Pakistan 'Islamabad' is 800 sq Km 850 sq Km 900 sq Km 907 sq Km . 183. In which US state is the port of Tarpon Springs Florida Hawaii Virginia none of these 187. Okada and Yuko Hasama been world champions A. A.D. Ice cream was first produced in which country in the 17th century England Italy France Germany 188. D. B. Geneva C. At which sport have Keiji. D. none of these 185. A. C. Which city in Switzerland was the headquarters of the League of Nations A. A. Polo C. B. Karate 186. B. C. C. D. Table tennis D.

B. A. C. B. D. What is the standard monetary unit of Turkey Lira Penny Euro Dollar . C.189. A. D. What is the official language of Mexico Spanish French Italian English 190.

181.
182.
183.
184.
185.
186.
187.
188.
189.
190.

A
C
C
B
D
A
B
D
A
A

191.
A.
B.
C.
D.

What is the capital of Queensland, Australia
Brisbane
Brussels
Beijing
Doha

192.
A.
B.
C.
D.

In which century did the Crimean War take place
18th
19th
17th
16th

193.
A.
B.
C.
D.

In which US state is the city of Tallahassee
Virginia
Hawai
Florida
none of these

194.
A.
B.
C.
D.

Who starred as Superman in the 1970s and 1980s film series
Christopher Reeve
John Belushi
Cilla Black
none of these

195.
A.
B.
C.

Which is the national bird of Pakistan
Markhor
Parrot
Pigeon

D.

Chakor

196.
A.
B.
C.
D.

Who was the second wife of King Henry VIII of England
Anne Boleyn
Queen Elizabeth
Lady Diana
none of these

197.
A.
B.
C.
D.

The Painted Desert lies in which US state
Florida
Arizona
Hawaii
Virginia

198.
A.
B.
C.
D.

In which year did the Titanic sink on its maiden voyage
1913
1914
1912
1915

199.
A.
B.
C.
D.

Which country is the world's largest producer of coffee
Taiwan
UK
Brazil
Switzerland

200.
A.
B.
C.
D.

What is the capital of Libya
Kabul
Ajmaan
Doha
Tripoli

191.
192.
193.
194.
195.
196.
197.
198.

A
B
C
A
D
A
B
C

199.
200.

C
D

201.
A.
B.
C.
D.

What are the three main languages of Switzerland
German, French and Italian
German, French and English
German, French and Spanish
English, French and Italian

202.
A.
B.
C.
D.

The Second largest city of Pakistan is
Rawalpindi
Lahore
Multan
Quetta

203.
The large moon Miranda is a satellite of which planet of the solar
system
A.
Neptune
B.
Pluto
C.
Uranus
D.
Jupiter
204.
A.
B.
C.
D.

Of which country is Margrethe II the reigning queen
Turkey
Switzerland
Denmark
Italy

205.
Mount Cook is the highest mountain of which nation in the South
Pacific
A.
Canada
B.
Brazil
C.
Australia
D.
New Zealand
206.
A.
B.
C.
D.

What sort of creature is a margay
Dog
Cat
Bird
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203. 209. A. Paris C. 202. D.207. Brussels D. In which European city are the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and the Kremlin A. C. B. 207. C. In which US state is the city of San Diego California Arizona Florida Virginia 201. B. 208. A. Who was the Greek goddess of war and wisdom Athena Lakshmi . Manchester 208. B. A. D. C. How many white stars are on the national flag of the USA 20 30 40 50 209. A howdah is a seat used for riding on the back of which animal Horse Bull Elephant Donkey 210. B. A. 205. D. 204. Moscow B. A B C C D B A D C A 211. 210. 206.

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What colour is the ball worth three points in snooker Red Green Black Yellow 222. who carries the nickname 'the Veep' President General Secretory Vice-President Clerk 219. A. 217. B. C. B. 218. C. A B A B B C D C A D 221. B. 213. A.218. 215. 212. B. C. 214. How many squares has a chessboard 24 52 45 64 211. A. Which country is the most popular destination for foreign tourists France Germany Switzerland . 220. C. A. C. A. D. D. D. 216. B. In US politics. 219. Which is Australia's largest city by population Sydney Melbourne Perth None of these 220. D.

A. Which continent comprises the land around the South Pole Asia Africa Europe Antarctica 229. C. A. B. What sort of creature is a hairstreak Bird Butterfly Cat Dog 227. D. D. B. Which English romantic poet wrote Endymion William Wordsworth . D.D. Australia 223. A. A. B. B. B. C. D. C. Who wrote Arms and the Man and Man and Superman William Wordsworth Shakespeare George Bernard Shaw None of these 225. A. A. The Flathead Lake Monster is said to exist in which US state Florida Arizona Virginia Montana 224. Which US president was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth Richard Branson Abraham Lincoln Nicholas Monsarrat George Bush 226. D. C. C. C. What number is between five and one on a dartboard 20 10 3 15 228. B. A. D.

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3. What was the United States largest single land acquisition Louisiana Purchase Garsden Purchase Alaska Maxican Cessation 1. 2. 1. 3. 4. 4. for What country was Band Aid's 1984 record produced to raise money 1. What is the second largest desert in the world after the Sahara desert Gobi Desert Arabian Desert Kalahari Desert Libyan Desert 235. For the Olympics and World Tournaments. 3. Bangladesh Ethiopia Kenya Morocco 238. 1. 4. On Which sea is the island of Corfu situated Black sea Mediterranean sea Adriatic Sea Baltic Sea 1. 236. 2. 2. 3. 2. 28 m x 15 m 3. the dimensions of basketball court are 1. 4. 26 m x 14 m 2. 3.234. 27 m x 16 m 4. Each year World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day is celebrated on May 8 May 18 June 8 June 18 . 4. 28 m x 16 m 239. 237. 2.

C. Famous sculptures depicting art of love built some time in 950 AD 1050 AD are A. Mahabalipuram temples 243. A. 233. A.240. 236. Tennis B. James Polk 3.S President who was not from Massachusetts or Virginia 1. Khajuraho temples B. Basketball D. 235. C D D C A B B B A C 241. Federation Cup. Cricket 242. Andrew Jackson 4. Who was the first U. 240. James Madison 2. 237. 232. B. Sun temple D. Fire temple is the place of worship of which of the following religion Taoism . 238. World Cup. Allywyn International Trophy and Challenge Cup are awarded to winners of A. In what state is the geographic center of the United States located Montana North Dakota South Dakota Wyoming 244. Jama Masjid C. 234. 239. None of these 231. Volleyball C. D.

1918 248. Colorado B. A. B. Miami. D. C. Who was the first cartoonist to win a Pulitzer Prize for a comic strip All Capp Berke Breathed Charles Schulz Garry Trudeau 246. C. D. 1918 February 15. in A. Indiana C. 1918 November 11. D. Euclid was Greek mathematician Contributor to the use of deductive principles of logic as the basis of geometry . D. B. In what city did james Mclamore and David Edger ton open the first Burger King in 1954 A. A. C. A. B. Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan became the members of UNO 247. Colorado Springs. B. Germany signed the Armistice Treaty on ____ and World War I ended January 19. C. A. Indianapolis. Judaism Zoroastrianism (Parsi Religion) Shintoism 245. 1918 May 30. B. During World War II. California D. Georgia. when did Germany attack France 1941 1940 1942 1945 1992 1991 1993 1994 249. Florida 250. Sacramento. D.B. C.

Scott Fitzgerald Leo Tolstoy 1. 250.M. 4. 3. Katari . 4. 255. K. 254. 246. 1. 3. 2. Cariappa 2. Gen. 4.D. B A C C D A C B D D DRDL stands for Defence Research and Development Laboratary Department of Research and Development Laboratory Differential Research and Documentation Laboratary None of these 1.S state did Custer make his famous Last Stand Montana North Dakota Oklahoma Texas 1. 243. 249. Who was the first Indian Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army 1. D. Propounded the geometrical theorems All of these 241. 2.C. 244. 3. 251. 2. Vice-Admiral R. 4. 2. What author confessed' "My stories written when sober are stupid" Arthur conan Doyle Earnest Hemingway F. 242. 253. What Kansas city's name means 'potato' in the Kansa language Abeline Topeka Omaha Wichita 252. In which future U. 245. 247. 3. 248.

3. 263. 1. 264. Radio 2. 1914 AD 2. 262. Maharaja Rajendra Singhji 4. 2. Telephone 4. FRS stands for Fellow Research System Federation of Regulation Society Fellow of Royal Society None of these 257. What device's invention was the main reason for demise of the Pony Express 1. 261. How tall is the pitcher's mound in major League Baseball 6 inches 14 inches 18 inches 10 inches 1. 1912 AD 4. 1. None of these 256. Telegraph 3. 265. 258.S states Mount Elbert Mount Rainier Mount Whitney Pikes Peak A A C B A D . 2. Gen. 1915 AD 3. 4. 2. 4. 1916 AD 260. 3. During World War I Germany was defeated in the Battle of Verdun on the western front and Romania declared war on the eastern front in the year 1. Train 259.3. What is the highest peak in the 48 contiguous U. 266. 4. 3.

in 1488 Ferdinand Magellan James Cook . USA Haque (Netherlands) Geneva Switzerland 266. A. 270. Tennessee Williams 264. Durand Cup is associated with the game of Hockey Bedminton Football Volleyball 263. C. C. A. Arthur Miller B. 268. C B D C 261.S city to host the winter Olympics Denver Lake Placid Salt Lake city Squaw Valley 265.267. B. David Mamet C. B. Noel Coward D. A. Hamid Karzai was chosen president of Afghanistan in 2000 2002 2001 2003 262. B. D. D. What playwright's The Glass Menagerie appeared on Broadway and was made into three movies A. B. A. B. What was the first U. D. Who was the first person to sail to the southern tip of Africa. D. C. 269. A. C. Headquarters of UNO are situated at New York.

267. 263. 268. C. U. Australian open B. D. A. Friday D. D. Wimbledon 269. French open C. Wednesday B. B. C. B. 262. D. A. 265. Saturday 261. 267. B C D B A C B D A C . 264. Bartholomew Dias None of these First International Peace Congress was held in London in 1564 AD 1843 AD 1845 AD 1545 AD 268.S open D. What was the only Grand Slam event that eluded Monica seles in both 1991 and 1992 A. In Robinson Crusoe.C. 266. what does the title character name the native he befriends A. Thursday C. 270. 269. Dr. Zakir Hussain was the first Muslim president of India first vice president of India first president of Indian National Congress first speaker of Lok Sabha 270.

6 32 640 None of these 273. Himalayan Mountaineering Institute is at Dehradun . D. B. ESCAP stands for Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific European Society Council for Africa and Pacific Economic and Social Commission for Africa and Pacific None of these 274. Hockey was introduced in the Asian Games in 1958 in Tokyo 1962 in Jakarta 1966 in Bangkok 1970 in Bangkok 272. B. A. The Partridge Family TV show. B. Firdausi was a poet well known for his epic 'Shahnama' Both option A and B None of these 276. B.S President was born the earliest James Madison George Washington John Adams Thomas Jefferson 275. A. D. B. Which U. C. A. D. C. D. D. D. A. A. A. C. B. How many acres are in square mile 1. A. C. C.271. C. what did the singing family travel in RV Van Station wagon Bus 277.

C. Darjeeling Marmago Dispur 278. D. crusaders reached Jerusalem and captured it 280. Which position did Doug Harvey play in the NHL Center Right wing Left wing Defense man 279. D. C. B. What was venetian artist Titian's last name Vecchietta Veneziano Vecellio None of these 1000 AD 1099 AD 1200 AD 1500 AD . A. During the first crusade.B. B. C. in A. C. A. D. D. B.

271. 280. C. Europe D. none of these 282. which became the 191st member of the UN. state has the second most area that is covered by water Florida Alaska Michigan Minnesota 283. B. East Timor. South Africa 284. A. 276. A. 279. B. Free market is a condition in the international market where nations do not impose customs duty or other taxes on import of goods B. 273. Africa C. 275. What was English trumpeter John Shore's claim to fame in 1711 Creator of the modern trumpet First trumpeter in an orchestra Inventor of the tuning fork Saved from a bullet by his trumpet . ports that are exempted from payment of customs duty on articles of commerce. Asia B. 272. A. A C A B C D B D B C 281. 278. 274. D. D. 277. Which U. is in the continent of A. C.S. primarily to encourage tourism D. market where the price of a commodity is determined by free play of the forces of supply and demand C.

D.285. Fa-Hien was the first Buddhist pilgrim of China to visit India during the reign of Chandragupta Vikramaditya B. D. Kansas State D. B. C. the discoverer of Puerto Rico and Jamaica C. none of these 288. which country below did not fight Isreal in the Six day war Egypt Jordan Lebanon Syria . A. Antonia 289. Cincinnati C. Balthasar D. Arizona B. A. A.C 290. C. What college's men's basketball team below is not nicknamed the Wildcats A. Which U.S subway system has the most miles of track Boston New York San Francisco Washington. D. GNLF stands for Gorkha National Liberation Front Gross National Liberation Form Both option A and B None of these 286. Bassanio C. In 1967. A. D. B. B. What is the title character's name in Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice Shylock A. Kentucky 287. the first Buddhist pilgrim of India to visit China D. B. C.

288. C. 287. National Basketball Association C. 285. 283. 286.S President first appeared on the face of the dime on Jan 30. C. 1946 A. How many continents border the Arctic Ocean 2 4 5 3 294.281. B.S professional sport does the home team not usually wear white A. 282. D. National Football League D. B. C. National Hockey League 292. 289. Which U. A. A. Major League Baseball B. 290. B C A C A B A D D C 291. D. Abraham Lincoln Franklin Roosevelt George Washington Thomas Jefferson 295. B. Who was the only golfer to win the British open in three different decades in the 20th century . 284. Who was the gypsy heroine of The Hunchback of Notre Dame Daniella Esmeralda Gabriela Jasmine 293. In which major U. D.

C. B. How many no. A. What author's first novel was Hike and the Aeroplane Sinclair Lewis E. D. A. A. 292. What was the first Peanuts television special A Charlie Brown Christmas A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving It's the Great Pumpkin None of these 299. 5 D. D.hitters did Nolan Ryan throw in his career. C. Bobby Jones Jack Nicklaus Gary Player None of these 296. C. the most by any Major League Baseball pitcher A. D. C B D . Forster Somerset Maugham Zane Grey 297. 7 C.A. 293. C. In which country are the aptly named Snowy Mountain located Australia Canada Russia Turkey 291. A. B.M. C. 6 300. B. What profession was the first to accept what we now call tips Actors Plumbers Doctors Barbers 298. 4 B. D. B. B. D.

296. British C. French 3. German D. 300. American B. 295. A. 299. World History MCQs with Answers. Invasion of Russia C. British C. Napoleon Bonaparte was finally defeated at the _______ in June 1815. 298. A. Adolf Hitler was a __________ military and political leader. A. American B. Battle of Waterloo D. French 2. General History MCQs. World War II in Europe was outbreak by the German invasion of __________. Napoleon Bonaparte was a __________ military and political leader. 1. B C A D A B A History Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). Battle of Leipzig 4. German D.294. Peninsular War B. World History MCQs for beginners and Intermediate students. . 297.

C. United States was discovered by Christopher Columbus during his voyage in __________. B. In the war of 1812 between 13 States of US and Great Britain. B. C. the Congress declared independence from Great Britain on __________ . A. A. April 04. April 1813 August 1813 April 1814 August 1814 9. July 4. Russia Poland Croatia France 5. 1486 1488 1490 1492 6. D. C. D. B. A. April 04. 1775 July 4. World War I was lasted from? . 1949 D. D. 1950 8. B. 1947 B. 1774 July 4. 1776 July 4.A. C. Britain set fire to White House in __________. A. April 04. 1777 7. April 04. C. In United States. North Atlantic Treaty of NATO was signed on _____ in Washington D. D. 1948 C.

night blindness D. scurvy B. A. smaller number of White Blood Cells D.A. 1937 to 1941 D. smaller number of Red Blood Cells B. A. 1937 to 1939 1. 1939 to 1945 B. 6. 3. 8. 1914 to 1918 1913 to 1917 1914 to 1917 1913 to 1918 10.5 C.World War II was lasted from? A. Severe deficiency of Vitamin D results in __________. C. 7. 1939 to 1944 C. A. D. 6 D. D C C B D C C D A A 1. People living in high altitudes (like mountains) usually have a _________. osteomalacia 2. larger number of White Blood Cells 3. 5 B. B.5 . 4. The average adult has a blood volume of about __________ liters. rickets C. 10. larger number of Red Blood Cells C. 5. 2. 6. 5. 9.

Calcium B. none of these 9. A. 37 °C D. 65% C. Arteries B. 70% D. A. Vitamin __________ is needed for the formation of a light-sensitive pigment in the retina. like bacteria.4. 60% B. . Platelets D. __________ is essential for the formation of haemoglobin. A. Blood is carried towards the heart by __________. Veins D. White Blood cells B. Red Blood Cells C. 36 °C C. Iron C. B complex 6. On wound __________ fight foreign particles. Capillaries C. Water D. D D. A. 75% 7. Carbohydrates 10. About __________ of the body weight of a mammal is water. The average internal temperature of human body is __________. A B. C C. 38 °C 5. ___________ are needed as a source of energy for the vital activities of the body. 35 °C B. Plasma 8. A. A.

D 11. all of these 14. B. C 5. Calcium Iron Water Carbohydrates 1. B 3. blood 3. C. virus 4. A 6. coelomic fluid 12. liver 3. urine 2. A 8. GIT 13. skin 2. A 4. none of these . B 10. bacteria 2.Production of sweat and sebum is related with 1. D. glomerular filterate 4. B 2.The evaporative cooling in the respiratory tract of dogs is called 1. vasodilation 2. C 7. fungi 3. C 9. vasoconstriction 3.Haemodialysis means cleaning of 1. panting 4. lungs 4.Which of the following pathogen type cause disease that can be treated with antibiotics 1.A.

none of these 17. protein and RNA 16. sodium chloride 20. rate of molecular motion on either side of the cell membrane 4. This process is an example of 1.Which is an organic compound found in most cells 1. in the process of osmosis.Which are the four most abundant elements in living cells 1.Normally. oxygen.Proteins are made from amino acids by the process of 1.Most cell membranes are composed principally of 1. concentration of enzymes on either side of the cell membrane 3. sulfur. protein and chitin 4. carbon. hydrogen. sulfur 2. DNA ad protein 2. carbon.Sodium ions are "pumped" from a region of lower concentration to a region of higher concentration in the nerve cells of humans. glucose 3. oxygen 4. sulfur. concentration of water molecules inside and outside the cell 2. magnesium . the net flow of water molecules into or out of the cell depends upon differences in the 1. water 2. carbon. hydrogen. pinocytosis 3. osmosis 4.15. active transport 19. protein and lipids 3. oxygen. nitrogen. oxygen. active transport 18. hydrolysis 2. nitrogen 3. carbon. diffusion 2. dehydration synthesis 4. passive transport 3. phosphorus 4.

B A C A B A D C B B 1. Hydrogen B. 210 C. Alloy D. 17. Enzymes 4. pH is an abbreviation for? A. Each day human body breathe in __________ liters of air. Silicon 3.000 2. Power of Hydrogen B. A.11. The most abundant element in the universe is __________.000 to 25. 15. 14. 5. 250 5.000 C. 20. Catalyst C. 13. Oxygen C. Carbon dioxide D. 10. Possibility of Hydrogen C. 20. A. A.000 B. 12. Metal B.000 to 20. 18. The substance which increases the rate of chemical reaction is __________.000 to 10. 16.000 to 15. Population of Hydrogen . 230 D. 19.000 D. A. The average human body contains about __________ gram of Sodium Chloride. 190 B. 15.

Isotopes are atoms of the same element with different numbers of __________.5 7. 7.5 D.5 B. Over __________ of the elements in the Periodic Table are Metals. 70% D.5 C. Minerals C.D. A. 5. 75% 1. Positron 10. 60% B. 4. Neutrons D. Nitrogen 9. A. C A B D A C A . 6. The most abundant constituent in Air is __________. Enzymes B. A. 3. 7. 2. Protons B. 65% C. __________ are biological catalysts. 4. Oxygen B. Carbondioxide D. Proteins D. Hydrogen C. Electrons C. 6. Vitamins 8. A. 5. Position of Hydrogen 6. The best soil pH value for most crops and plants is __________. A.

Volt 3. night blindness B. Ohm D. Ampere B. The SI unit of charge is __________. A. diverging D. . A.8. shortest C. Pluto C. vonvex C. Deficiency of Vitamin-A results in __________. rickets C. Which is the outermost planet in the solar system? A. For a fixed mass of gass at constant temperature. hair fall 6. A. D 9. Very High Frequency (VHF) have __________ wavelengths. longest 4. none of these 5. Coulomb C. concave B. A. longer D. shorter B. Neptune D. Long-sight defect could be corrected by using __________ lens. C 10. the pressure will _________. Uranus 2. Mercury B. if we decrease volume. scurvy D. D 1.

none of these 9. 240 8. battery 1. A. The lifespan of Red Blood Cells is __________ days. The density of water is __________. moving-coil meter D. D. 120 C. C B A B A B B . A device which converts chemical energy into electrical energy is called __________. Thomson C. A. A. 2 g/cm3 D. 1 g/cm3 B. A. B. 180 D. Bacquerel 10. 1. Kelvin B. 60 B. 6. 7.A. also decrease increase remains constant none of these 7. Radioactivity was discovered by __________. generator C. 4. 2. C. 3. 5.5 g/cm3 C. Rutherford D. motor B.

Deficiency of Vitamin-D results in __________.000 to 25. A.000 B. A. Silicon 14. Planet C. A. D 10. A. The most abundant element in the universe is __________.000 D. 5.000 to 20. 5 C. Hydrogen C.000 C. The most abundant element in the Earth's crust is __________. Silicon 15. Star B. The average adult has a blood volume of about __________ liters. Carbon Dioxide D. 15.000 to 10. The Sun is a __________. A. night blindness .8. Oxygen B.000 16.000 to 15. Oxygen B. Carbon Dioxide D. A 9. 20. 6 D. 10. A. Hydrogen C. Each day human body breathe in __________ liters of air. Asteroid D. 7 13. D 11. 4 B. Meteor 12.

15. The most densest substance on the Earth is __________. convex lens B. none of these 20. A. joule C. concave lens C. 16. Graphite D. A camera uses a __________ to form an image. Platinum B. A B B A C B A D A . All are conductors 11. henry 18. tesla D. Aluminium B. 18. Silicon C. A. Osmium 19. 17. A. pascal B. 12. Steel D. C. D. rickets scurvy hair fall 17. 14. 13. The SI unit of "pressure" is _________. condenser lens D. Which from the following is NOT a conductor? A. Copper C. 19.B.

When white light is passed through a prism. 8 24.Which from the following is true for "Sound"? 1.20. 1. Compressed Natural Gas 22. Conducted Natural Gas 4. Electromagnetic 3. Pyrometer 3. it splits into __________ colours. Seismograph 4. 1.1 nanometer = ? 1. 7 4. 1. Conduced Natural Gas 3. D 21. 5 2. Transverse 2. Sound cannot travel through solids 23.CNG stands for? 1. 10-9 meter 4. 10-12 meter 25. 10-6 meter 3. Sound cannot travel through gases 3. Sound cannot travel through liquids 4. Longitudinal .Sound waves are _________ waves. Pyroscope 2. Xylometer 26. Sound cannot travel through a vaccum 2. Converted Natural Gas 2.Instrument used for measuring very high temperature is __________. 6 3. 10-3 meter 2.

30. 25.000 km/s 4. 3 4. 2 3. 300. 29. Thomson 3. 1.The speed of light is __________. Rutherford 4. platelets 3.The lifespan of White Blood Cells is __________ day(s).X-rays were discovered by __________. 1 2.000 km/s 2. 1. 1.The fluid part of blood is known as __________. 23. none of these 21. Bacquerel 30.000 km/s 3. 1. plasma 2. 24. 27.4. 28. 26. none of these 27. 320. 29. 4 28. 280. D A B C B C A A A B . Rontgen 2. 22. blood cells 4.

Parabolic 36. 1.Oxidation is a chemical reaction involving the __________. Chlorine 3. 1. Comets have __________ orbits. 1. Carbon dioxide 4. River water 2. Gain of Electrons 2. Global Positioning System 4. Water 32. the __________ is mixed to melt the ice on the icy roads. Loss of Electrons . 1. Salt 2. Circular 4.In a very low temperature which from the following will freeze at last? 1. Jupiter 2. Elliptical 2. Mercury 3.During winter in cold countries. Highly elliptical 3. Global Position Structure 37.GPS is an abbreviation for? 1. Sea water 4.In general. Mars 4. Global Poles System 2. Water in a lake 33. Venus 2. Mercury 35. Mars 4. Canal water 3. Venus 3.31.The nearest planet to the Earth is _________. Moon 34. Global PolySiliconium Store 3.The planet that moves round the Sun at the highest speed is? 1.

1. C 33. Carbon monoxide – Oxygen 39. B 36. 1.3. 1. Carbon dioxide – Oxygen 3. Electron 2. A 32. B 38. A 39.The salinity of sea water is determined by the amount of common salt (Sodium Chloride) in __________ of sea water. Oxygen – Carbon dioxide 2. Large intestine 4. Loss of Protons 38. Neutron 4. Lungs 2. Oxygen – Carbon monoxide 4. Proton 3. 1. C 37. Lungs 3. Heart 4. D 41.Urine is produced in __________. A 34. Positron 42. .At night. Gain of Protons 4. Liver 40. Plants intake __________ and release __________. Liver 3. Kidneys 2.he position of an element in the Periodic Table is determined by its __________ number.Blood is cleaned by __________. Kidneys 31. A 40. D 35.

9. Jupiter 47. Venus 3. 3.5x1018 km 48.The planets visible to us without using a telescope are __________. 1. 4.1.1 light year = ? 1.5x109 km 3.The planet which is easily visible from the Earth is? 1. 2. Jupiter 45. 5 . Mountain 2. Uranus 4. 9. 3 2.The Great Spot is a __________. Mercury 2. Saturn 2. Storm 46. Saturn 3. Frozen Carbon dioxide 4. 4 3. 9. Jupiter 44. Mars 2. Desert 3. Mars 4. 1. Venus 3.5x1012 km 4.The bodyguard of the Earth is __________ that save the Earth from many Comets and Asteroids. 1 gram 10 grams 1 kg 10 kg 43. 1. Mars 4. 1. 9.5x106 km 2.The Great Spot is on the planet __________.

Salinity in Urine 41. The body pH value 3. 46. 42. Coloumb B.Biosensor is used to measure? 1. B C B D D D C C A A 51. C. 47. 6 49. 40 – 50 50. 20 – 30 3.4. 50. 43. 30 – 40 4.According to Big Bang Theory. 49. Einstein’s famous equation which states that mass and energy are interchangeable is? A. B. 45. 10 – 20 2. Volt . 1. the Universe began about __________ billion years ago. The SI unit of electric current is? A. Ampere C. Amount of hemoglobin 4. D. 44. Blood glucose level 2. 48. E = mc2 E = cm2 M = ec2 M = ce2 52.

D. copper . Solid Hydrogen D. Nitrogen 54. Liver 57. What is Dry Ice? A. Red. small intestine B. Carrot is good source of Vitamin? A. Solid Carbon Dioxide C. Green. Solid Oxygen B. Blue D. A B. A. For proper formation of teeth. A. Oxygen B. B complex C. Digestion of food is completed in the __________. Red. Blue B. Blue 56. Solid Nitrogen 55. Yellow. The principal constituent of the atmosphere of the Earth is? A. iodine B. __________ is essential. Black. Blue C. White. D 58. Orange. Watt 53. What are the primary colours? A. Red. C D. stomach D. large intestine C. Hydrogen D. Carbon C.

seasons B.C. 55. iodine C. A B D B D A A C A B . 57. copper D. Meteorology is the study of? A. 60. Deficiency of __________ causes loss of appetite and poor growth. iron 60. fluorine iron 59. 53. atmosphere C. 52. air and sounds D. 54. D. A. 56. 59. zinc B. winds and clouds 51. 58.

Volt C. fresh vegetables and fruits D. 30% 62. seeds C. The good sources of Vitamin-B Complex are A. Newton 64. sea foods . Silicon 63. is A. sea foods 65. The SI unit of Heat is A. fresh vegetables and fruits D.03% B. 0. fresh vegetables and fruits D. green leafy vegetables B. The good sources of Vitamin-A are A. Carbon B. green leafy vegetables B. seeds C. The good sources of Vitamin-C are A. seeds C.61. Diamond is an allotropic form of A. Nitrogen D. Joule D. Hydrogen C. 13% D. Watt B. 3% C. sea foods 66. green leafy vegetables B. The Carbon Dioxide in the atmosphere. by volume.

A 75. Carbon. Hydrogen and Nitrogen .C 74.C 77. The natural fats and oils are composed of A. salts C. fresh vegetables and fruits D. minerals D. Anemometer B. green leafy vegetables B. Hydrogen and Oxygen B. Nitrous Oxide D.B 76. is A.A 71. glucose 70.A 73. Hydrometer D.C 79.D 78.A 80. water B. Cabon Dioxide B. The gas.A 72. Barometer C.67. Sodium Oxide 69. The instrument used to measure wind speed is A. commonly known as “laughing gas”. seeds C. The source of oxygen in photosynthesis is A. Sulfur Dioxide C. Hygrometer 71. The good sources of iodine are A. sea foods 68. Carbon.

Tesla D. 65% C.C. Joule B. D. Oxygen and Nitrogen 72. Calories C. A. In general. Sulfur Dioxide and Nitrogen Oxide . Acid rain is mainly caused by emissions of __________ in the atmosphere. Aristotle B. Mechanical 74. The energy value of food is measured in A. A. minor or no damage B. extreme damage 77. Water covers __________ of the Earth's surface. Plato C. Sulfur Dioxide and Potassium Nitrate B. 70% D. considerable damage C. Sulfur and Charcoal C. Newton 75. Transverse C. Einstein D. Nitrogen Oxide and Potassium Nitrate D. wind speed of 105–137 caused A. Potential B. Carbon. Proteins 73. 75% 76. A. 60% B. Oxygen and Nitrogen Hydrogen. Kinetic D. Wind energy is the __________ energy. severe damage D. Who is considered the founder of meteorology? A.

Rectifier 81. Cabon Dioxide C. plants A. During photosynthesis.A 87.78. Anemometer B. The fourth state of matter is A. In night. including the waters on the Earth and atmosphere. take in Carbon Dioxide B. Clay 79.B 83.A 89. take in Oxygen . Water B. is A. take in Oxygen C. Salts C. Plasma 80.A 85. Galvanometer D. take in Carbon Dioxide B. Vapours D.D 88. The device used to convert Alternate Current into Direct Current is called A. Battery C. plants A. Oxygen B. Silicon D.A 82. give off Carbon Dioxide D. About 50% of the Earth’s crust.D 90.C 84.D 81. give off Oxygen 82. when photosynthesis is stopped.C 86.

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83. __________ are called the powerhouses of the cell.
A.
Mitochondria
B.
Vesicles
C.
Lungs
D.
Liver
84. Mitochondria contain their own supply of
A.
DNA
B.
Amino acids
C.
Vitamins
D.
Oxygen
85. The first chemical explosive, Gunpowder, is a mixture of
A.
Sulfur, Charcoal and Nitrogen Oxide
B.
Sulfur, Charcoal, and Potassium Nitrate
C.
Sulfur and Charcoal
D.
Charcoal and Potassium Nitrate
86. The number of oscillations per second is called the
A.
hertz
B.
waves
C.
pitch
D.
frequency
87. Sound waves from a loudspeaker are caused by
A.
frequency
B.
vibrations
C.
pitch
D.
amplitude
88. The guitar has __________ strings.
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D. Radiation D. pascal B. A person seated in front of a fire receives heat by A. The unit used to measure ‘magnetic flux’ is A. There are __________ methods of heat transfer. A. Hero C. 4 C. The method of heat transfer is A. Which from the following is NOT a method of heat transfer? A. Radiation D. Convection C. Volta B. If we heat one end of metallic rod.91. None of these 95. Conduction Convection Radiation None of these 94. Battery was invented by A. All are methods of heat transfer 93. farad C. B. 5 D. Conduction B. 3 B. Fermi . C. 6 92. Convection C. the other end gets hot. weber D. henry 96. Conduction B.

94. Lead 100. Venus C. 91. The nearest planet to the Sun is A. C. The second most abundant element in the earth's crust is A. Carbon B. Bronze is an alloy of A. Hydrogen Nitrogen Brass Silicon 98. Mars D. A D A C C A Isotopes Isomers Electrode Compound . Jupiter 99. Nickel. 96. 93. Copper. The most abundant element in the earth's crust is oxygen. D. 92. Iron. D. Molecules with identical molecular formulae but with different structural formulae are called A. Mercury. Mercury B. Tin C. Maiman 97. B.D. 95. B. Zinc D. C.

Neutrons were discovered by Einstein . D. A. The entropy of the universe is Increasing Decreasing Constant None of these 105. Which from the following is incompressible Solids Liquids Gasses All are compressible 103. Convection C. Carbondioxide D. B 101. B 99. D 98. Oxygen C. D. A.97. C. Canduction B. A. C. B. Hydrogen 104. A. Radiation D. D. The key factor in determining the weather is the quantity of ________ in the atmosphere. Water vapour B. One way of transfer of heat energy is 'convection' which occurs in Liquids only Gasses only Liquids and gasses Liquids. B 100. All 106. B. C. A. gasses and solids 102. B. Which from the following methods of heat transfer can take place in a vaccum? A.

108.W. James Chadwick F. D. 109. 110. C. A. D. A.W. 107. D. B. A. Aston Rutherford 108. B. 105.B. A. D. Aston Rutherford 109. Salty water can be made pure by the method of filtration evaporation chromatography distillation 101. C B A A C B C D C D . C. Which is the process of science? Observation > Experiments > Hypothesis Hypothesis > Observations > Experiments Observation > Hypothesis > Experiments Experiments > Observations > Hypothesis 110. Mass Spectrograph was invented by Einstein James Chadwick F. B. D. 103. C. 106.W. C. Aston Rutherford 107. B. 104. C. Nucleus was discovered by Einstein James Chadwick F. 102.

C. D. D. C. A. A. A. C. A battery converts ________ into electrical energy. D. Potential energy Chemical energy Nuclear energy Mechanical energy 115. Which from the following is NOT a non-renewable energy resource? Coal Natural gas Nuclear Geothermal 117. D. D. but all energy ends 114. B. B. Current is the flow of Electrons Protons Kinetic energy Potential energy Heat energy Chemical energy . B. Watt C. B. Volt B. C. B. A. Which from the following is NOT a stored energy? Thermal Gravitational Elastic potential energy Chemical 113. None of these 112. C. B. up as A.111. Joules D.The unit of efficiency is A. Which from the following is NOT a renewable energy resource? Geothermal Biomass Solar Nuclear 116. Energy can be converted from one form to another. A.

B. D.C. a/an ________ is placed in the circuit. Electrons were discovered by James Chadwick J. 119. 116. 120. When molten rock cools and solidifies. 117. The unit of current is Volt Ampere Ohm Watt 119. D.W. C. D. B. Amneter Voltmeter Fuse Diode 120. 115. 118. To prevent electric shocks. Thomson F. C. the ________ are formed. A.J. C. 113. C. A C B D D A B C B 121. Neutrons Voltage 118. B. 114. Aston Rutherford 111. A. B. A. igneous rocks satimantary rocks metamorphet rocks none of these .D 112. D. D. A.

90 . B. B.122. The visible cloud of dust and gas in space is called? White Dwarf Supernova Nebula Galaxy 128. the substance is a? A. C. A. D. Liquid C. C. D. B. C. Molten rock below the surface of the Earth is called? Lava Magma Crystals Granite 123. C. B. The average salinity of the Earth's oceans in 1 kilogram of sea water is about ________ grams of salt. Gas D. C. A. Solid B. Between the melting point and boiling point of a substance. Crystal 126. Molten rock above the surface of the Earth is called? Lava Magma Crystals Granite 124. D. A. The boiling point of alcohol is 78 oc 86 oc 94 oc 100 oc 127. A. B. D. The metal which is liquid at room temperature is? Zinc Nickol Lead Mercury 125. A. D. A.

Marble and slate are examples of igneous rocks metamorphic rocks sedimentary rocks crystals . 4. A 127. B 126. A. D. D 125. igneous 2. D. crystal 132. D. A 122. 1. metamorphic 3. 1. The Earth's atmosphere is divided into ________ main layers. sedimentary 4. B 123.B. 2. 25 30 35 129. A 130. The most abundant substance that constitutes the mass of the Earth is? Iron Oxygen Nitrogen Silicon 130. B 131. C 128. Rocks which are formed by high temperature and pressure on existing rocks over a period of time are called ________ rocks. B. C. A 124. A. 3. D 129. C. C. B. 4 5 6 7 121.

The Tectonic Plates of the Earth lies in Inner Core Outer Core Lithosphere Asthenosphere 1. 2. troposphere . The diameter of the Earth's equator is larger than the pole-to-pole diameter by 1. 46 km 4. 2. 139. Sandstone and limestone are examples of igneous rocks metamorphic rocks sedimentary rocks crystals 134. The fresh water on the Earth is ________ of the total water. 3. 2. 138. The Ozone Layer lies in the 1.5% 10% 137. 100 oc 4. 973 oc 135. 1. -273 oc 2. 4. 3. 4. 49 km 136.5% 5% 7. 43 km 3. 4. 0 oc 3.133. There are ________ major tectonic plates. which is the lower limit of the thermodynamic temperature scale. is equivalent to ________ on the celsius scale. 2. 4 5 6 7 1. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 40 km 2. Absolute zero.

A. mesosphere 4. The whole Earth can be covered by ________ geo-stationary satellites.2. 2. 3 B. 145. D. 141. 6 . C. 5 D. 4 5 6 7 B B C A B C D A B B 141. 148. D. thermosphere 140. C. 150. 4. B. The mass is highly concentrated form of Weight Energy Force Momentum 143. B. 146. A. 4 C. The Earth's atmosphere is divided into ________ layers. 144. 143. 149. A. Which type of rock may contain fossils? Igneous Metamorphic Sedimentary Crystals 142. 1. stratosphere 3. 142. 3. 147.

20 to 30 C. The Earth's crust ranges from ________ km in depth. C. 10 to 20 B. 4 5 6 7 147. Aston and J. D. A. A. C.144. D. B. 30 to 40 D. We live on the Earth's Inner core Outer core Crust Mantle 148. The outermost layer of the Earth is Crust Inner mantle Outer mantle Core 150. C. 0-5 5-10 . B. 40 to 50 145. The ozone layer was discovered by F. A.W. B. A. D. A. A. B.J Thomson Albert Einstein Rutherford Charles Fabry and Henri Buisson 146. The interior structure of the Earth is divided into ________ layers. C. The thickest layer of the Earth is Crust Inner core Outer core Mantle 149. D. The ozone layer is at height of ________ kilometers from the surface of the Earth. C. A. D. B. B.

146. 1. D. 3. Earth's troposphere extends from the Earth's surface to an average height of about ________ km. 1 3 5 7 152. 153. 2. 2. 4. 1. 17 155. 143. C B A B D B C D A C The Earth's internal heat mainly comes from Liquid hydrogen Chemical reactions Radioactive decay Molecular kinetic energy 1. 144. The science of lightning is called . 150. 154. 145. 149. 3. 142. 2. There are different reasons on the Earth because of Rotation of the Earth Revolution of the Earth The Earth's axis is tilted The Earth's distance from the Sun 1. 12 3. 4. 4. 15 4.C. 3. 151. 5-70 10-70 141. On average. 10 2. 147. Air contains ________ % of water vapour. 148.

1. Molecules with identical molecular formulae but with different structural formulae are called 1. 1. The anode is the electrode connected to the ________ terminal of a battery. Free 159. Isotopes 3. Pictches Echoes Frequencies None of these 156. 3. Neutral 4. Negative 3. 1. C C . 4. Mass number 158. Laser was invented by Volta Sturgeon Hero Maiman 160. 2. 3. 2. 3. The unit used to measure humidity is Barometer Hydrometer Hygrometer Galvanometer 1. 4. 157. Aerology Meteorology Electeorology Fulminology 1. Atomic number 4. 2. Isomers 2. 4. 3. 2. 152. 4. Positive 2. 151. Ships use ________ to find the depth of the ocean beneath them.

2. 154. 4. A B D B A A C D The vernier calipers is used to measure Length Time Temperature Viscority 1. 2. 4. 2. 157. 3. 3. 160. 158. 161. 3. 4. 166. 2. 4. Very short Short Very long Long 1. 3. 164. 1. 3. Which electromagnetic wave has the longest wavelength? 1. Atomic clock is used to measure ________ intervals of time. Gamma rays . 1 tonne = ________ kg 100 400 1000 4000 1. 155. 2. An instrument used to measure gas pressure is Ammeter Manometer Galvanometer Barometer 162.153. 156. 159. 4. An instrument used to measure atmospheric pressure is Ammeter Manometer Galvanometer Barometer 1. 163. 165.

4. 176. 169. 2. 174. 180. Radio waves 167. 177. The reflection of sound is called Frequency Vibration Echo Wave 168. 2. 3. 173. 175. 179. 4. 171. 4. Microwaves 4. 2. An instrument used to measure electric current is called Ammeter Barometer Galvanometer Manometer A A C D B D A D C A The SI unit of thermodynamic temperature is .2. 170. 172. 2. 178. 3. 4. 171. X-rays 3. 3. All electromagnetic waves have the same Frequency Amplitude Wavelength in vaccum Speed in vaccum 1. 1. 3. Which electromagnetic wave has the shortest wavelength? Gamma rays X-rays Microwaves Radio waves 1. 1.

A. B. The speed of sound is fastest in Solids Liquids Gasses Vaccum 174. B. D. D. The speed of sound is slowest in Solids Liquids Gasses Vaccum 175. B. B. C. D. Radioactivity was discovered by Henri Becquerel Pierre Curie Marie Curie Rutherford 176. B. C. D. C. Celsius Fahrenheight Kelvin None of these 172. B. B. A. The shortest distance between crest to crest is called Phare thoughs Amplitude Wavelength 173. D. D. C. A. Which from the following has the greatest penetrating power? Alpha particles Beta particles Gamma rays All three have same penetrating power . C.A. C. A. C. D. A. A. Which from the following has the greatest ionising power? Alpha particles Beta particles Gamma rays All three has same ionising power 177.

179. 176. 174. 180. At night The land cools faster than the water in the sea The water in the sea cools faster than the land The land and the water in the sea cools together None of these 180. The horizontal rows of the periodic table are called . Electrochemistry 182. C. D. The branch of science which study the interaction between matter and radian energy is called A. D. B. 172. B. C. Spectroscopy D. B. 178. A. A. 173.178. 177. Thermochemistry B. Which from the following has the greatest speed? Alpha Beta Gamma None 179. A. Polymer chemistry C. C D A C A A C C A D 181. The chemical name of chalk is Sodium nitrate Zinc sulfate Sulphuric acid Calcium carbonate 171. 175. C. D.

Which non-metallic element is liquid at room temperature? Bromine Flourine Chlorine Phosphorous 186. A. D. Groups Periods Sets Matrices 183. Chemical Electrical Light Kinetic 188. D. D. B. C. C. D. The vertical coloumns of the periodic table are called Groups Periods Sets Matrices 184. C. D. D. C. B. B. C. B. A. A loudspeaker changes ________ energy into sound energy. A. The strongest part(s) of a magnet is/are North pole South pole North and south pole Median of north and south pole . D. Battery charger converts electrical energy into ________ energy. C. B. A. C. B. Which metallic element is liquid at room temperature? Zinc Nickel Lead Mercury 185. A. Kinetic Potential Chemical Nuclear 187.A. B. A.

182. A. Molecule Element Plasma Current 193. B. D. Wind is caused by Difference in atmospheric pressure Difference in atmospheric temperature Rotation of the Earth . A. A. 188. ________ forms. 187.189. D. C. B. B. A. When gas is ionized. 189. D. 186. C. Electromagnetic induction was discovered by Carnot Volta Faraday Bessel 190. A. 185. B. The most abundant form of matter in the universe is Solid Liquid Gas Plasma 192. C. 184. Battery was invented by Carnot Volta Faraday Bessel 181. C. C B A D A C B C C B 191. C. 190. D. 183. B.

The Nobel prize in physics for the discovery of the law of photoelectric effect was awarded to A. C. Rontgen D. The fact that universe is expanding was discovered by Hahn Hubble Rontgen Rutherford 196. The symbol of gold is Au Ag Fe Sg 199. D. X-rays were discovered by Hahn Hubble Rontgen Rutherford 197. Einstein C. Rutherford 198. A. D. C. C. A. A. A. Newton B. B. Revolution of the Earth 194. D. D. Wind speed is measured by Anemometer Barometer Ceilometer Galvanometer 195. C. Plaster of Paris is produced by heating Graphite Gypsum Zinc Lead 200. A. C.D. B. Which from the following is NOT true about Helium gas . B. D. B. B.

194. 192. A. A. C. Which is the largest excretory organ of the body lungs skin liver none of these 202. C. 198. D. C. D. 195. Colourless Odorless Tasteless Toxic 191. Which one is herbivore cat dog cow lion . B. B. D C A A B C B A B D 201. 200. B. B. A. D. B. C. D. A.A. 197. 199. 193. 196. D. Which is the bone that is present in forelimb radius femur ribs sternum 204. C. The brain is enclosed in a bony case called diaphragam vertebral column cranium vertebrae 203.

D. B. 203. Which structure prevent water loss in plants cuticle bark mesophyll leaf 201. C. A. A. D. A. B. D. D. D.205. C. C. B. C. Which structure helps in transport of water in plants phloem leaf bark xylem 206. A. Bile juice is secreted by pancreas stomach intestine gall bladder 209. B. A. A. B C A C . D. Which part of the blood cells provide immunity RBC WBC platelet blood plasma 210. B. C. Bacteria are eukaryotes prokaryotes non-living none of these 208. 202. C. 204. B. The organisms that can make their own food are called producers consumers secondary consumers decomposers 207.

206. A. C. 208. B. DNA structure was first described by Pasteur Robert Koch Watson and Crick Carlous Linnaues 212. B. C. D. D. 207. 209. D.205. B. D. C. 210. Movement of cell against concentration gradient is called active transport osmosis diffusion both b and c 214. C. B. C. D. A. D A B D B A 211. B. A. Plants absorb most part of water needed by them through their stem root hairs leaf bark 216. Highly intelligent mammals are rat bat . Pollination is best defined as germination of pollen grains transfer of pollen from anther to stigma formation of pollen grains none of these 213. A. B. One of the following is not a function of bones support production of blood cells protein synthesis muscle attachment 215. A. A.

213. B. 214. A. 217. C. dolphin elephant 217. 216. B. D. B. B. Prokaryotic cell lack nucleolus nuclear membrane both a and b none of these 219. D. A. D. 220. C. A. Pulses are a good source of proteins carbohydrates vitamins minerals 220. 215. 212. 219.C. Plants that grow in dry habitat are called hydrophytes xerophytes shrubs herbs 211. 218. C B A C B C A C A B . D. A. C. D. Process of cell division take place by mitosis fertilization reproduction none of these 218. C.

D. D. Among the biotic components of the ecosystem. sunflower 226. Phloem tissue is found in liver placenta plants none of these 223. chemotropism D. C. C. hydrotropism C. corn B. is A. the producer system 227. C. D. A. mustard C.221. B. Animal lacks starch cellulose protein lipids 225. B. B. B. geotropism B. Breeding and management of bees is known carnivores herbivores plants animals . Oxygen released in the process of photosynthesis comes from water oxygen carbon dioxide nitrogen dioxide 222. D. A. pea D. phototropism 224. On which of the following plants did Gregor Mendal perform his classical experiment A. A. Plant bends towards the source of light on account of the movement known as A. C.

B. C. agriculture sericulture horticulture apiculture 228. D. The scientific name of human is Homo sapiens Homo habiscus Oriza sativa none of these . D. B. Which is an example of fungi paramecium euglena penicillium octopus 230.A. Study of fossils is called psychology paleontology biodiversity haematology 229. A. D. C. C. A. A. B. B. C. D.

Vaccine for rabies was developed by Robert Koch Robert Brown Pasteur none of these 234. D. Malaria is caused by mosquito plasmodium virus bacteria 235. C. 223. D. Thread like structures in fungi are called mycelium hyphae sporangium spores 232. A.coli salmonella clostridium 233. C. B. B. C. 227. 225. A. 226.221. B. 224. The smallest bacteria on earth is mycoplasma E. 230. A. D. 228. A. B. 222. A C D B C C D B C A 231. Hepatitis is inflammation of stomach kidney lungs . C. D. B. 229. C. A.

A. B A C B D C D . A. D. D. B. Fructose is pentose sugar hexose sugar heptose sugar none of these 239. Which is correct about enzymes protein in nature speed up reaction denature at high temperature all of these 231. liver 236. C. Penicillin is obtained from soil bacteria fungi virus 237.D. 235. B. B. 234. D. D. A. B. B. 237. A. Peptide bond is a C-N link N-H link C-O link N-O link 240. 236. 233. A. C. 232. C. C. Which one is endoparasite lice ticks virus tape worm 238. D. C.

D. The structure that is absent in animal cell cell wall nulcleus centriole mitochondria 243. B. C. A. Nucleic acid were first isolated by Erwin Chargaff Friedrich Miescher Rosalind Franklin none of these 245. D. D. A. C. D. D. Fructose is milk sugar cereal sugar aldo sugar keto sugar . D. C. A B D 241. The non-protein part of enzyme is called co-enzyme activator cofactor substrate 244. C. A. B. 239. C. B. A. 240. B. A. B. Which is called power house of the cell golgi complex mitochondria nucleus endoplasmic reticulum 242. C. B.238. A. One of the following is not pyrimidine thymine cytosine guanine uracil 246.

Members of the same species living in the same place at the same time make A. In most plants the food is transported in form of . ecosystem C. 242. B A C B C D A C C A 251. B. A. Group of tissues doing a particular job organ system organelle individual 248. 245. 248. A. 243. C. trophic level 249. community D. 249. 244. B. A. D. Which one is a leukocyte red blood cell plasma cell monocyte all of these 250. B. population B. 247. D. D. 250. C. Which one of the following contain deoxygenated blood pulmonary artery hepatic artery left atrium none of these 241.247. 246. C.

crossing over occurs during first meiotic division mitotic division second meiotic division none of these 257. A. The exchange of chromosal segments i. physiology D. The pancreas produce digestive enzymes and release in the stomach esophagus large intestine small intestine 2 4 6 1 255. D.A. C. Detail study of internal organs at level of tissue with the help of microscope is called A. A. Many bacteria in our digestive system synthesize vitamins for example vitamin A. D. How many molecules of carbon dioxide are formed in one Kreb's 253.e. anatomy C. C. Which enzyme digest carbohydrates lipase proteases amylases none of these 254. C. fructose sucrose starch glucose 252. C. embryology 256. B1 . B. B. A. D. B. cycle A. D. B. C. histology B. D. B.

B2 B12 B6 258. D. food A. 256. The simplest amino acid is alanine glycine valine leucoplast chromoplast chloroplast stem . 254. 255. 253. 258. C. They are widespread as protective coatings on fruits and leaves cholesterol waxes chitin all of these 260. B. B C C D A A C B B A 261. C. A. 260. D. 257. It is very serious disease of brain which is caused by fungi ring worm meningitis hepatitis none of these 259. 259. D. A. 252. C. B. They are present in the underground parts of the plants and stored 251. C. A. D. B. C. B.B.

A. D. B. C. D. Non-enveloped naked viruses are known as prions bacteriophages oncoviruses virions 267. B. B. C. A. A. C. Tobacco mosaic virus was crystallized by Pasteur Chamberland Stanely Ivanowski 266. D. The life and activities of a cell is controlled by cytoplasm nucleus vacuole mitochondria 264. C. D. C. A. Accumulation of lipid molecules in brain cells lead to paralysis oedema mental retardation all of these 263. D. A. B. Malarial parasite is injected into man as sporozoites . Flagella are composed of micro tubules micro filaments intermediate filaments glycoproteins 265. B. phenylalanine 262.D. Gram +ve bacteria on treatment with crystal violet dye give colour red green purple pink 268. A. A. D. B. C.

263. C. D. C. D. 267. D.B. The terms procariotique and eucariotique were proposed by Whittaker Chatton Haeckel Margulis and Schwartz 270. 265. B. A. 264. merozoites zygote none of these 269. C. A. 270. B. B C B A C D C A B B 271. Outside the thallus of Marchantia there are special structures called stem tuber rhizoids sporangium none of these 272. C. A. 268. 269. The most common type of asexual reproduction in the fungi is fragmentation spore production budding binary fission 261. A. The vascular plants are termed as tracheophytes bryophytes pteridophytes all of these . C. B. 266. D. B. 262. D.

A. Liver fluke is parasite in the liver of cattle sheep goat all of these 278. In many which phylum the body of an organisms is usually divided in there regions called head. D. A.273. C. D. Higher vascular plants are also called flowering plants . echinodermata B. B. A. A. D. nematoda D. C. B. A. B. C. B. In human beings influenza is caused by bacteria protist virus fungi 274. B. mollusca C. D. In all coelentrates endoderm give rise to nervous system digestive system reproductive system circulatory system 279. A. C. D. thorax and abdomen A. Amoeba moves in water with the help of locomotory organs called tube feet cilia pseudopodia flagella 277. Snails belong to gastropods bivalves arthropods platyhelminthes 276. C. arthropoda 275.

B. 277.B. D. 280. bryophytes B. pteridophytes C. D. B. A. 276. A. Which bone is called beauty bone in women sternum clavicle maxilla radius 282. all of these 271. C. C. tracheophytes D. Detachment of myosin head and actin in rigor mortis occurs due to stored ATP in body hypercalcemia autolysis in body hyperactivity of mitochondria 283. 278. 275. C. seed plants ferns none of these 280. B. 273. D. 274. B A C D A C D B B A 281. 272. Release of the ovum from ovary is called fertilization ovulation . The plants which produce embryo but lack vascular tissues and seeds are placed in A. 279. A.

Sickle cell anemia was discovered by Vernon Ingram Sanger Miescher none of these 287. A. D. A. implantation none of these 284. B. D. Earthworm lives in sea water moist soil fresh water none of these 288. The foetus is protected from the mechanical damage by the cervix vagina uterus amniotic fluid 285. D. B. Parabronchi are present in . A. B. C. C. D.C. C. Kangaroo has an abdominal pouch known as placenta guttural pouch marsupial all of these 289. A. D. C. Rich source of energy in seimen is glucose fructose lactose sacrose 286. The utilization of the products of digestion is called ingestion absorption assimilation both a and b 290. D. D. B. C. C. A. A. B. B.

B.0 7. The normal pH of human blood is 6. 284. B. D. 282. B. C. C. 285. Bean shaped cells in plants are mesophyll cells xylem cells phloem cells guard cells 294. C. D.5 . A. B C B D A A B C C D 291. 286. Water potential of pure water is zero one negative two 293. The respiratory problem most common in smokers is tuberculosis emphysema asthma cancer 292. C. 289. A. cockroach frog fish birds 281.4 7. B. 287. 290. D. B. 288.A. C. 283.4 7. D. D. A. A.

A. A. Shrinkage of protoplast due to exosmosis of water is imbibition plasmolysis deplasmolysis adhesion 296. A. D. Splitting of glucose relates to respiration photorespiration glycolysis pyruvic acid 299. B. B. A. Villi and microvilli increase digestion assimilation absorption ingestion 298. D.295. A. C. C. Artherosclerosis is a major condition leading to heart attack hypertension stroke tumor 297. C. B. B. Reptiles hibernate during summer winter spring autumn 300. Which of the following plants are called arthrophytes sphenopsids lycopsids psilopsids pteropsids . B. A. C. D. D. B. C. D. D. C.

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But League of Nations was failed in preventing World War II (WWII) which lasted from 1939 to 1945. After the end of World War II The United Nations Organization UNO was founded on October 24. all members of Economic and Social Council.              United Nations Key Facts Secretary General UNO is Ban Ki-moon of South Korea. Holland . the United Kingdom and the United States. supports the other UN bodies administratively UN Economic and Social Council is responsible for cooperation between states on economic and social fields The International Court of Justice has 15 judges elected for a period of 9 years. elects the nonpermanent members of the Security Council. Malaysia. These countries hold veto power The 10 non-permanent members of UN Security Council are elected by the UN General Assembly for a period of 2 years. and Vienna. and is responsible for the maintenance of international peace and security UN Security Council has a total of 15 members: 5 permanent and 10 elected members The 5 permanent members of UN Security Council are China. Russia. Currently the non-permanent members are: Angola. 1945 to replace the flawed League of Nations. The ICJ is located in The Hague. elects the UN Secretary General. New Zealand. and the 15 judges of the International Court of Justice The UN Security Council is the most powerful organ. Its principal mission is to maintain world peace.United Nations Organization (UNO) After the end of World War I (WWI) which lasted from 1914 to 1918. The League of Nations (LN) was formed in 1919. Chad. Chile. Nairobi. France. Spain and Venezuela. on proposal of the Security Council. Lithuania. and to provide a platform for dialogue. decides on the admission of new members. The UN General Assembly adopts the budget The UN General Assembly. USA With other main offices in Geneva. Jordan. The Secretary General is elected for a period of 5 years UNO was founded on October 24. 1945 The motto of UNO is "It's your world!" The Headquarter of UNO is in New York. Its mission was to maintain world peace. Nigeria. UN Secretariat headed by Secretary General.

European Union (EU) The European Union (EU) is an economic and political union of European countries. with the independence of Palau. The prominent agencies are: World Bank. 1994. General Assembly 2. World Food Programme (WFP) and United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). Economic and Social Council 5. French.   The EU's working capital is Brussels. Belgium. Currently there are only two observer states: 1. Chinese. In addition to this. Holy Sea (The permanent observer state of UNO) 2. Russian. "Trusteeship Council" suspended operation on November 01. World Health Organization(WHO). United Nation's Agencies UNO has also 15 agencies and several programs and bodies to carry out its mission world wide. Security Council 3. United Nation's Languages UNO has 6 official languages: Arabic. The Euro currency is used by 19 out of 28 EU members. The EU has 28 member states . International Monetary Fund (IMF). UN Members There are 193 member states of the United Nations. and Spanish. English. Secretariat 4. EU members Currently the European Union has 28 member states. Lithuania has become the 19th member of the Eurozone by joining the zone on 1 January 2015. The EU's working capital is Brussels. two countries hold the status of Observer States. International Court of Justice The 6th organ. Croatia has become the 28th member of the European Union on 1 July 2013. Palestine Observer State is a status granted by a United Nations General Assembly resolution before granted them full membership.United Nation's principal organs UNO has five principal organs: 1. Belgium.

 The Euro Currency is used by 19 of 28 EU members. EU MEMBERS. Capital and Currency COUNTRY CAPITAL CURRENCY Austria Vienna Euro Belgium Brussels Euro Bulgaria Sofia Lev Croatia Zagreb Kuna Cyprus Nicosia Euro Czech Republic Zagreb Koruna Denmark Copenhagen Krone Estonia Tallinn Euro Finland Helsinki Euro France Paris Euro Germany Berlin Euro Greece Athens Euro Hungary Budapest Forint Ireland Dublin Euro Italy Rome Euro Latvia Riga Euro Lithuania Vilnius Litas Luxembourg Luxembourg Euro Malta Valletta Euro Netherlands The Hague Euro Poland Warsaw Zloty Portugal Lisbon Euro Romania Bucharest Leu Slovakia Bratislava Euro Slovenia Ljubljana Euro Spain Madrid Euro Sweden Stockholm Krona United Kingdom London Pound North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) .

   Secretary General NATO Jens Stoltenberg belongs to Norway. This treaty was signed on April 04. that is. 1949 in Washington D. Capital and Currency COUNTRY CAPITAL CURRENCY Albania Tirane Lek Belgium Brussels Euro Bulgaria Sofia Lev Canada Ottawa Canadian dollar Croatia Zagreb Kuna Czech Republic Prague Koruna Denmark Copenhagen Krone Estonia Tallinn Euro France Paris Euro Germany Berlin Euro Greece Athens Euro Hungary Budapest Forint Iceland Reykjavik Icelandic krona Italy Rome Euro Latvia Riga Lats Lithuania Vilnius Litas Luxembourg Luxembourg Euro Netherlands The Hague Euro Norway Oslo Norwegian krone Poland Warsaw Zloty . United States NATO headquarter The headquarter of NATO is located in Brussels. an armed attack against any member state would be considered an attack against them all.C. Belgium. Belgium. NATO MEMBERS. 1949 in Washington D.North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is an intergovernmental military alliance based on the North Atlantic Treaty. United States. NATO members agreed on a system of collective defence. In the treaty. The headquarter of NATO is located in Brussels. NATO members Currently NATO has 28 members. North Atlantic treaty was signed on April 04.C.

      The secretary general of OIC is Iyad bin Amin Madani of Saudi Arabia. All these events demanded the collective voice of the Muslim world to safeguard their interests.Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Turkey UK USA Lisbon Bucharest Bratislava Ljubljana Madrid Ankara London Washington D. who is not the member of UNO OIC changed its name from Organisation of the Islamic Conference to Organisation of Islamic Cooperation on June 28. 1969 when Leaders of Muslim nations met in Rabat. Jordan and Syria. Morocco OIC permanent Secretariat is located in Jeddah.C. And. Euro Leu Euro Euro Euro Turkish lira Pound Dollar Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was founded on September 25. attacked Pakistan in 1965. 2011. India who had already occupied Jammu and Kashmir in 1948. . signed the Treaty of Sevres with Turkey on August 10. in 1967 Israel attacked 3 Arab countries: Egypt. The Allies. Morocco. then. 1969 in Rabat. Need for the establishment of OIC Turkey participated in the World War I (WWI) on the side of Axis Powers and was defeated. The OIC was formed as a symbol of Islamic unity and integrity of the Muslim world. The Secretary General is elected for a period of 5 years OIC was founded on September 25. Palestine is the only member of OIC. Saudi Arabia The OIC has 57 member states. and ensure security and progress. 1920 which took away large slices of Ottoman territory and distributed them among the victors of war.

Djamina CFA Frank Comoros Moroni CFA Frank . The current secretary general of OIC is Iyad bin Amin Madani of Saudi Arabia.OIC languages OIC has 3 official languages: Arabic. who is not the member of UNO. OIC MEMBERS. Palestine is the only member of OIC. English and French OIC Secretariat OIC permanent Secretariat is located in Jeddah. The Secretary General is elected for a period of 5 years. Capital and Currencies COUNTRY CAPITAL CURRENCY Afghanistan Kabul Afghani Albania Tirana Lek Algeria Algiers Dinar Azerbaijan Baku Manat Bahrain Manama Dinar Bangladesh Dhaka Taka Benin Porto – Novo CFA Frank Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan Dollar Burkina Faso Ouagadougou CFA Frank Cameroon Yaounde CFA Frank Chad N. OIC Members The OIC has 57 member states. Palestine is an observing member of United Nations. Saudi Arabia.

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SAARC MEMBERS COUNTRY CAPITAL CURRENCY Afghanistan Kabul Afghani Bangladesh Dhaka Taka Bhutan Thimphu Ngultrum India New Delhi Rupee Maldives Male Rufiya Nepal Kathmandu Nepalese rupee Pakistan Islamabad Rupee Sri Lanka Colombo Sri Lankan rupee Developing 8 Countries (D-8 Countries) .  The 18th SAARC Summit was held from 26-27 of November 2014 in Kathmandu. India 5.  The 19th SAARC Summit will be held in Islamabad. the capital of Nepal. Afghanistan 2. The Secretary General is appointed for a period of 3 years  The SAARC Charter requires the heads of state to meet once a year. Pakistan 8.  Secretary General SAARC Arjun Bahadur Thapa belongs to Nepal. Ziaur Rehman. Bhutan 4. Maldives 6. Nepal 7. Sri Lanka SAARC Secretariat The SAARC Secretariat was established on January 16. SAARC Members Currently SAARC has 8 members: 1.South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) The South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) was founded on December 08. Pakistan in 2016. Bangladesh 3. Nepal. 1987 in Kathmandu. The idea of establishing a regional cooperation (SAARC) was put forward by former late president of Bangladesh. 1985. SAARC is a regional alliance of South Asian countries.

Egypt. . 1997 in Istanbul. Turkey The D-8 organization was founded by former Turkish Prime Necmettin Erbakan  The D-8 countries are large Muslim population countries  The 8th D-8 summit was held in Islamabad. former Turkish Prime Minister. Industrial Cooperation & SMES 4. Transportaion 5. The eight D-8 countries are: Bangladesh. Iran. D-8 Priority Areas The five priority areas of D-8 are: 1. The objectives of D-8 Organization are to improve member states’ position in the world economy. Seyed Ali Mohammad Mousavi of Iran is the Secretary General of the D-8 Organization. Pakistan and Turkey. 1997 in Istanbul. Malaysia. Nigeria. Indonesia. Currently. Turkey by Necmettin Erbakan.The Developing 8 (D-8) is an organization of eight developing countries that have formed an economic development alliance. Energy & Mineral D-8 Secretariat D-8 Secretariat is based in Istanbul. Turkey. D-8 MEMBERS COUNTRY CAPITAL CURRENCY Bangladesh Dhaka Taka Egypt Cairo Pound Indonesia Jakarta Rupiah Iran Tehran Rial Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Ringgit Nigeria Abuja Naira Pakistan Islamabad Rupee Turkey Ankara Lira   The D-8 organization was founded on June 15. D-8 Countries The D-8 are large Muslim population countries. Trade 2. Agriculture and Food Security 3. Pakistan on 21 November 2012. Dr. The D-8 organization was founded on June 15.