. Science is derived from Latin word “scientia” which means

:
a) Reasoning
b) Logic
c) Knowledge
d) Life
2. --------------------------- are the vertices of the triangle of science.
a) Hypothesis, theory, law
b) Hypothesis, experiment,procedure
c) Theory,principle,law
d) Law,experiment, observation.
3. Pythagoras regarded sun,earth,& moon as ------------.
a) Traingles
b) Squares
c) Spheres
d) Oval
4. Calculus was invented by …………
a) Al-khawarzimi
b) Pythagoras
c) IsaaC Newton
d) Al.kindi
5. Dispersion of white light into seven different colors was showed by ---------
a) Galileo Galilei
b) Issac newton
c) Al.haitham
d) Ibne sina
6. Who for the first time point out that the path of a projectile would a parabola :
a) Issac Newton
b) Thomas Edison
c) Al-razi
d) Galileo Galilei
7. Analytical solutions to Quadratic equations were introduced by ---------
a) Al-Khawarzimi
b) Al-haitham
c) IsasacNewton
d) Pythagoras
8. Theory on Geological formation of metals was given by …………….
a) Jabir ibn hayyan
b) Al-Razi
c) Al-biruni
d) Plato
9. --------------------------- is known as “Father of Pediatrics”.
a) Al-Razi

......................................... The study of creation of the Universe is called .... a) Astronomy .. “ Light travels faster than sound” It was discovered for the first time by --------------------- a) Al-Biruni b) Al-Razi c) Al-Haitham d) Issac Newton (To be continued) 11............ a) Acoustics b) Ballistics c) Thermodynamics d) Histology 13......b) Ibn-e-sina c) Al-Haitham d) Aristotle 10...... a) Copying b) Reproduction c) Cloning d) Biocopying 16. The branch of science which deals with the nature of sound....... transmission and effects is called .... a) Acoustics b) Aeronautics c) Mechanics d) Physics 12........genes or molecules is known as ..missiles and projectiles is called ........ The study of Deterioration of environment by activity of living things is called ....... The science of getting exact copies of desired living organisms.organs.. The science of motion and propulsion of rockets................. a) Biofouling b) Bioremediation c) Biomechanics d) Physics 15......... Study of energy production in living bodies is called ..... a) Biology b) Biomechanics c) Bioenergetics d) Aerodynamics 14.. its production....

. the study of genetics of cell is called ....... years ago. a) Sun therapy ... a) Cytogenetics b) Genetic engineering c) Cytology d) Cellular biology 18........ a) Issac newton b) A.. According to big Bang theory...... a) Eugenics b) Biotechnology c) Cloning d) Geneology 22.....in shape. The study of rearing fine and intelligent human beings through genetics is called ....... showed that the space between galaxies is increasing and the universe is expanding.......... .......... a) Geology b) Topology c) Geo mathematics d) Geodesy 23... Use of Sun bath for the treatment of diseases is called ....................... a) Spherical b) Elliptical c) Spiral d) irregular 21........ Branch of mathematics dealing with measurement of surface of earth is called ...... Universe came into existance about .......... Our galaxy is ----------------------.. a) 15-20 billion b) 5-6 billion c) 15-20 million d) 50-60 billion 20..................b) Cosmogony c) Geology d) Geophysics 17.. Einstein c) Plato d) Edwin Hubble 19....

................... Scientific cultivation of fruits.b) Solar therapy c) Heliotherapy d) Radiation therapy 24... a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) Non of the above 30..... a) Few hundred b) Several thousand c) more than one million d) ten millions 28...... radiation..........stars..... a) Agronomy b) Botany c) Horticulture d) Entomology 25..... a) Galaxy b) Stars c) Super clusters d) Solar system 29. vegetables. a) Full moon .. a) Ornithology b) Avian biology c) Poultry science d) Zoology 26. Solar eclipse can occur only at -----------------............ a) Gamma b) Electromagnetic c) Microwave d) Ultraviolet 27...... Globular clusters of the stars contain -----------------... Scientific study of birds is called ................ Pulsar is a neutron star which produces regular pulses of ..types.. flowers and shrubs is called ........ Largest unit of the universe is believed to be ... Lunar eclipses are of -----------...

The name gene was introduced by ---------------------. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum is concerned with ………………………… a) Protein synthesis b) Energy production c) Lipids synthesis d) Non of the above 33. Caffeine C. a) Golgi apparatus b) Lysosomes c) Nucleus d) Mitochondria 34. Burcina B. the most important stimulant in tea leaves is A.in 1909.b) New moon c) Summer season d) Non of the above 31. a) Robert hooke b) Watson & Crick c) Waldyer d) Johannsen Everyday Science Mcqs From Past Papers For CSS & PCS Exams 1. a) Energy production b) Protein synthesis c) Removal of wastes d) Non of the above 32.. Phenylalanine .are the power houses of the cell. Fundamental unit of heredity is -------------------- a) DNA b) Chromosome c) Gene d) Cell 35. Rough endoplasmic reticulum is concerned with …………………………. ---------------------.

first test. 115-125 C. 140-150 B. A take starts freezing because of the cold atmosphere. What is the average adult plus rate? A. 72-80 D. Uniform throughout the water body Answer is = C . first cloned sheep B. It will first freeze A. At the top surface D. Lris is unable to dilate the pupil immediately D. At the bottom B. Distance between the lens and retina take time to adjusted Answer is = C 5. Theine Answer is = B 2. natural color pattern of feathers Answer is = A 7. dolly is the name of the A. film C. In the middle part C. sinterference of light D.D. The beautiful color patterns exhibited by a peacock in its tail feathers are due to A. When a person enters a dark room from bright light he is not able to see A. selective absorption of light B.tube baby D. Retina becomes insensitive momentarily C. aperture D. Which part of the camera is analogue to the retina in the human eye? A. first human fossil Answer is = A 3. lens B. Eye is unable to adjust itself immediately B. 60 Answer is = C 6. shutter Answer is = B 4. first cloned monkey C. selective reflection of light C.

the mass of the astronaut is reduced to zero B. picture cannot be transmitted clearly after a specific distance. The cow’s milk contains how much amount of water in terms of percentage? A. 80 % Answer is = D 13.V Transmission cannot cover a very large area because. 72 % D. the shape of the earth is spherical D. The Green House Effect is caused by an excess of A. Answer is = C 14. The astronaut and the spacecraft are both in a free-falling state Answer is = D 10. because A. T. An astronaut inside a spacecraft is in a state of weightlessness. 65 % C. the air is not a good conductor of light and sound/waves. lonosphere Answer is = C 12. Most of the ozone in the atmosphere is concentrated in the A. the sun appears red at sunrise and sunset while it appears white at noon. Mesosphere B. One fourth D. An iceberg is floating in sea. stratosphere D. One fifth C.8.V waves is very limited B. the strength of T. The astronaut is outside the influence of the earth’s gravitational force D. How much of its mass will remain above the surface of water? A. troposphere C. One tenth B. it color at sunrise and at sunset C. of diffraction leading to red end of the spectrum reaching the earth D. of refraction B. carbon dioxide . 60 % B. C. A. This implies that A. One third Answer is = A 11. Gravity inside the spacecraft cases to act C. of scattering of light due to dust particles and air molecules Answer is = D 9.

concave B. Electromagnetic waves D. What is ‘Stealth technology’? A. ultrasonic waves C. plane C. the value of ‘g’ is less in water B. carbon tetrachloride D. Provide insulation for preserving body heat B. carbon monoxide C. Bats can also fly in dark because they are capable of taking the help of A. none of above Answer is = A 15. _20 c . impart coloration for species as well as sex recognition Answer is =B 18. of the surface tension of water Answer is = C 20. Density of air is than that of water C. A technology by using which paratroopers can be drooped stealthily behind the enemy columns Answer is = B 17. A technology by which it is possible for the aircrafts to spy in the enemy air-space E. The primary function or the feathers in birds is to A. A device which when attached to makes an aircraft it invisible on the radar B. of the viscous forces in water D. Lead ball falls through water more slowly than through air because A. A coating which reduces the visibility of an aircraft on a order C. A Fahrenheit thermometer indicates a temperature of 14f its Celsius scale will be A. Ultraviolet waves B. make the body surface water proof D. Special Retinal Answer is = B 16. convex D. The rear view mirror of a motor vehicle is A. Biconcave Answer is = C 19. provide striking surface to wings for flying C.B.

V? A. + 10 c D. Yellow. Water has very high specific heat C. orange. lack and violet C. Fall towards the train D. Ga Answer is = C Everyday Science MCQs from Everyday Science 1. . Steam is at a higher pressure Answer is = C 25. Water is highly effective coolant for a car engine because A. This process is termed as A. red and yellow D. green and blue Answer is = A 22. A. Annealing C. There are __________ around the Sun.Fall away from or toeards the train depending upon the speed Answer is = C 23. Evaporation of water produces lot of cooling Answer is = A 24. Steam can penetrtae thi skin B. Scalding with steam is more severe than scalding by boiling water because A. _ 10 c C. + 20 c Answer is = B 21. Steam is at a higher temperature C. Steam contain more energy than boiling water D. Which one of the following sets of colour combinations is added in colour vision in T. White.B. A train goes past a railway station at a high speed A young boy standing on the edge of the platform is likely to. Fall away from the train C. Water boils at a comparatively high temperature D. remain unaffected B. Red. Electroplating B. Water is good conductor of heat B. In order to prevent the corrosion of iron pipes they are often coated with a layer of zinc. green and blue B.

(A) Copper. Zinc (C) Copper. Zinc 6. Nickel. German silver is an alloy of __________ .(A) 6 (B) 7 (C) 8 (D) 9 2. (A) Venus (B) Mercury (C) Mars (D) Neptune 4. _________ is the hottest Planet in the Solar System. __________ is the closest Planet from the Sun. The perimeter of a square of length 3cm is __________. (A) 6 (B) 9 (C) 12 (D) 15 5. . The main constituent in the composition of Air is ___________ . (A) Oxygen (B) Hydrogen (C) Carbon dioxide (D) None of these 7. (A) Venus (B) Mercury (C) Mars (D) Neptune 3. Zinc (D) Copper. (A) Oxygen (B) Nitrogen (C) Carbon dioxide (D) Hydrogen 8. ___________ has the lowest melting point. The main constituent in the atmosphere of Venus is ___________ . Nickel (B) Nickel.

(A) Mercury (B) Lithium (C) Tungsten (D) Rhodium ANSWERS Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest 1. How many Dynes are there in one gram weight? c. 107 9. Which of the following instruments is used to measure pressure of gases? b. Manometer 2. The intensity of an earthquake is measured with a d. Joule is the unit of b. 981 8. Seismograph 12. How many Ergs are these in 1 Joule? d. Centigrade & Fahrenheit scales give same reading at . Ampere 10. Light year is related to c. Distance 5. Energy 7. Manometer 6. What does Angstrom measure? d.Which instrument is used to measure pressure? c. Joule 11. The unit of energy in MKS system is d. Speed of ships 3. The unit of current is c.

Who discovered circulation of blood in human body? c. mercury . Alexander Fleming discovered a. The scientist who first discovered that the earth revolves round the sun was c. William Gilbert (g) The metal known as quick silver. Penicillin 17. T. Geiger counter (c) The organ in (the human body which is responsible for the digestion of protein only Stomach (d) The instrument used to measure very high temperature. – 400o 14. The first attempt in printing was made in England by c. Who among following invented the steam engine? b. Who among the following described protoplasm as the physical basis of life? a. H. Who invented typewriter? c. Copernicus 16.a. William Caxton a) The alloy which consists of copper and tin. Bronze (b) The device used to measure radioactivity. James Watt 18. Pyrometer (e) The scientist who designed the first internal combustion engine used to burn low grade fuel. Sholes 20. Huxley 15. Francois Isaac de Rivaz (f)The scientist who asserted the earth to be a huge magnet. William Harvey 21.

Battery (i) The first person to orbit the earth in space.(h) The device which converts the chemical energy into electrical energy. Antoine Lavoisier (a) Coulomb unit of electrical charge (b) Weber unit of magnetic flux (c) Tesla unit of magnetic flux density (d) Siemen unit of conductance (e) Rutherford unit of rate of decay of radioactive material (f) Faraday unit of electric charge (g) Angstrom unit of length. Yuri Gagarin (j) The scientist who discovered water. used especially to specify radiation wavelengths (h) Parsec unit of astronomical length (i) Degree unit of measurement of an angle (j) Steradian Unit of solid angle measurement .