PPSC Past Paper Post of PMS (2015)

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1. Father of former US Secretary of State, Madeline Albright was also a member of the UN Commission on India and Pakistan and author of the book "Danger in Kashmir". What was his name?
2. Former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Mahathir Mohammad, was by education a(n):
3. Epistemology is the study of:
4. Who was the leader of the 1958 coup in Iraa which led to proclamation of Iraq as Republic?
5. Major Shabbir Sharif was awarded Nishan-e Haider posthumously. Which other medal for bravery was he awarded during his career in the Army?
6. Which Indian personality served as the President of the UN General Assembly in 1953-54 ?
7. In which organ of the United Nations all member states of UN are represented?
9. Ustad Allah Baksh was a famous ___________ of Pakistan.
10. Advisor to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz holds a Masters degree in Development Economics from:
11. During his address to the UN General Assembly PrimeMinister Nawaz Sharif proposed a new peace initiative with India Starting with implementation of four measures relating to cease-fire along the LoC, non-use of force or threat to use force, demilitarization of Kashmir and _____________.
12. UNFCC (UN Framework Convention on Climate Change) was adopted during the Farth Summit at Rio de Janeiro (1992). When did it come in force?
13. De Beers is one of the biggest names in diamond industry. Who was the founder of De Beers Consolidated Mining Company?
14. Who was the first UN High Commissioner for Human Rights?
15. The Treaty of European Union (1992) is also known as
16. King Abdul Aziz lbn Saud named the kingdom of Hejaz and Najd as Saudi Arabia in:
17. Headquarter of the African Union (AU) is located in:
18. Which of the following Indian Nobel Prize winners is associated with economics?
19. The Earth takes about ___________ to complete one rotation around its axis
20. When a gas turns into a liquid the process is called:
21. Yeast used in making of bread is a:
22. The disease Diphtheria affects the in the human body.
23. When was the first Nobel Prize awarded?
24. The Presidency of the United Nations Security Council rotates (in alphabetical order) among its members every:
25. UNESCO, which deals with Education, Science and Culture, has its headquarters in:
26. Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (1992) deals with?
27. Who is the Chairman of Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA)?
28. Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy of Pakistan won an Oscar Award for best documentary film. What was the title of the film?
29. "Chauburji" in Lahore is one of the famous monuments belonging to the Mughal period. It was reportedly built as a gateway to a beautiful garden built for Princess Zebunissa. She was an accomplished daughter of which Mughal Emperor?
30. Which of the following is not necessary for a stand-alone computer?
31. LED technology is energy efficient. What does LED stand for?
32. Which among the following is the odd one Out?
33. What was the code name given to United States Navy SEALS operation leading to elimination of Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad?
34. Pedagogy is the Science of:
35. World EconomiC Forum which holds its annual sessions in Davos, Switzerland, waas founded by:
36. When was the right to vote given to women in Switzerland?
37. The Leaning Tower of Pisa is located in which country?
38. U Thant was the first UN Secretary General from Asia. To which country did he belong to?
39. On which river is the Baglihar Dam being constructed by India?
40. How many Acres are there in one Hectare?
41. Liquids that evaporate quickly are known as liquids
42. If a ship travels from fresh water to a sea or Ocean, it will:
43. Which one of the following fruits/ vegetables is a good source of potassium?
44. What is the chemical name of bleaching powder?
45. Which one of the following countries expelled the Palestine. Liberation Organization (PLO) in 1970?
46. Which actor played the role of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah in the feature film "Jinnah" directed by Jamil Dehalvi?
47. The Oscar Award winning film Slumdog Millionaire" is based on the book "Q and A” written by:
48. What was the real name of the famous Pakistani actor Santosh Kumar?
49. Which one of the following Greenhouse gases has the greatest warming effect?
50. Climate Change Conference COP21 was held in Paris. Where was COP20 held?
51. Which of the following species is endemic to Pakistan?
52. Which animal is most illegally traded animal the world?
53. Mr. and Mrs. Sajjad have seven daughters Each daughter has one brother. What is the total number of persons in the family?
54. If five cars are parked bumper to bumper, how many bumpers are touching each other?
55. If Asif is standing in a queue in such a way that he is sixth in the queue from either side, then how many people are there in the queue?
56. In March 2015 the United Nations decided to increase Pakistan's Continental Shelf from 200 to 350 nautical miles. When did Pakistan submit its request for increasing limits of its Continental Shelf, to the United Nations?
57. The provisions of the 21st Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan shall remain in force for a period of:
58. Who is the current Foreign Minister of Pakistan?
59. The current Auditor General of Pakistan is:
60. Reshma was a legendry folk singer of Pakistan. She died of Cancer in Lahore in:
61. Famous TV drama "Waris" was written by?
62. The fifth Heart of Asia: Istanbul Process Ministerial meeting was held in Islamabad on 8-9 December 2015. Where was the fourth Meeting held?
63. Who was India's Foreign Minister prior to Ms. Shushma Swaraj?
64. What was the rank of former Foreign Minister, Gohar Ayub Khan, when he left the Army?
65. Who was the American Ambassador who died along with President Zia-ul-Haq, in a plane crash in 1988?
66. Recently a leading politician, Salahuddin Quader Chaudhry was hanged in Bangladesh. His father Fazlul Qauder Chaudhry, had served on an important position in Pakistan prior to separation of Bengladesh, Please name the position:
67. Kamran Baradari is one of the oldest Mughal monuments and is located in Lahore. Who exactly was Kamran?
68. The youngest son of Maharaja Ranjit Singh was elevated as Mahrajah at a tender age of about 5 years. What was his name?
69. Khudadad Khan was the first South Asian soldier in the British Army to receive the highest military award for gallantry, the Victoria Cross, during the First World War. In which country was he fighting where he performed the act of bravery, which earned him the Victoria Cross?
70. Deosai National Park is remarkable as it is one of the highest plateaus in the world with an average elevation of 4,114 meters. In which region of Pakistan is it located?
71. G.T Road is one of the main highways of Pakistan. What does G.T stand for?
72. How many administrative Divisions are there in Punjab?
73. Which one of the following districts of Punjab has the lowest population density?
74. Lal Suhanra National Park is located near:
75. Hingol National Park, located in Makran District, Balochistan, is famous for its
76. Falkland Islands or the Malvinas Islands are disputed between the United Kingdom and:
77. Grassland plains located in Argentina are called:
78. Strait of Gibraltar connects the Atlantic Ocean with the:
79. Taj Mahal is located on the bank of river
80. The capital of Kosovo is:
81. Usain Bolt holds the world record for 100 meters race. To which country does he belong to?
82. Detroit, USA is associated with industry.
83. Faiz Ahmad Faiz was awarded the Lenin Peace Prize in 1962. In which year did Abdul Sattar Edhi receive the Lenin Peace Prize?
84. The world famous paintings on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican City were painted by:
85. During the visit to Islamabad of Indian Foreign Minister, Shushma Swaraj, it was agreed to resume Composite Dialogue between India and Pakistan. In which year the two countries first agree to have regular structured dialogue in the form of composite dialogue?
86. Who said "Right is a reasonable claim recognized by the society and enforced by the state".
87. Who among the following argues that the fault lines of civilization are the breeding grounds of conflicts in the century.
88. The "Zero Sum Game as employed by the supporters of "game theory" assumes that:
89. Herbert Simon identified four basic motivations of subordinates to accept the will of superior. Which one of the following is not one of them?
90. Maslow's "Needs Hierarchy" theory relates to:
91. Who said "Man is by nature a political animal?
92. During the British rule the only British King to visit India and hold his Darbar was:
93. Ramsar Convention provides a framework for national action and international cooperation for conservation a wise use of wetlands. The Convention was adopted in 1971 in Ramsar, which is a city located in:
94. "Facebook" is one of the most popular social networking service. When was it launched?
95. Famous Urdu poet Mustafa Zaidi was by profession a:
96. Article 257 of the Constitution relates specifically to Jammu and Kashmir. According to the Article when the people of Jammu and Kashmir accede to Pakistan then:
97. The first battle of Panipat was fought between:
98. India tested its first Nuclear device on:
99. HDI (Human Development Index) as an indicator of the well-being of a country, was the brain child of
100. Zimbabwe was earlier known as:
101. What is the function of the heart Pacemaker?

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