General Knowledge MCQs

General knowledge MCQs for competitive exams

Pakistan‟s standard time equivalent to 

A. GMT+2

B. GMT+5 (Answer)

C. GMT+6

D. GMT+9

What is Siachen

A. Lake

B. River

C. Glacier (Answer)

D. Desert

Democracy Wall is located in————



C. Japan

D.China (Answer)

10 Downing Street is the official Residence of————

A. French PM


C. British PM (Answer)

D. Queen of England

Habib Bourguiba declared independence of Tunisia from France in——–

A. 1953

B. 1956 (Answer)

C. 1959

D. 1962

Grameen Bank a pioneer in the field of micro finance was the brainchild of———

A. Dr. Riaz Rehman

B. Pro.Abdul Salam

C. Prof.Muhammad Younas (Answer)

D. Muhammad Salman Rashad

Currency of France is————

A. Dollar

B. Riyal

C. Pound

D.Euro (Answer)

On which island of French, Napoleon was born

A. Saint Helena

B. Corsica (Answer)

C. Elba

D. None of these

The European Renaissance started from which country

A. England

B. Greece

C. Italy (Answer)

D. Germany

In which year, Alexander the Great become the king of Macedonia

A. 336Bc (Answer)

B. 326 Bc

C. 236 Bc

D. None of these

How many Hundred Years Old City found in Iraq

A. 40

B. 30

C. 20 (Answer)

D. 50

International Monkey Day celebrated on ———-December

A. 14th (Answer)

B. 16th

C. 18th

D. 20th

International Tea Day is observed on——-December

A. 10th

B. 12th

C. 15th (Answer)

D. 20th

International Human Solidarity Day celebrated on —— December

A. 22nd

B. 21st

C. 20th (Answer)

D. 18th

Which of these plants open its mouth when insect sit on its lid

A. Sunflower

B. Pitcher plant (Answer).

C. Brassica Plant

D. None of these

Which one is World‟s Largest Land Locked Country

A. Afghanistan

B. Kazakhstan (Answer)

C. Mongolia

D. Nepal

Which city is called the city of mosques (Masjid)

A. Peshawar

B. Lahore

C. Dhaka (Answer)

D. Delhi

Name of US president who was a film actor

A. Richard Nixon

B. Jimmy Cartor

C. Ronald Reagan (Answer)

D. London B. Jonson

The largest state of the USA by area is————

A. Alaska (Answer)

B. New Jersey

C. New York

D. Hawaii

The author of the Novel “Godfather” is————

A. Pro.Muhammad Younas

B. Mario Puzo (Answer)

C. Mohsin Hamid

D. W. E.Hunter

The world‟s biggest diamond producer is————

A. China

B. South Africa

C. Russia (Answer)

D. Canada

First woman Chief Minister of Occupied Kashmir is————

A. Shama Khalid

B. Anousha Rehman

C. Mehbooba Mufti (Answer)

D. Sashma Suraaj

“Fire and Fury” Inside the Trump White House is written by General Knowledge

A. Carl Bernstein

B. Christiane Amanpour

C. Michael Wolff (Answer)

D. Bob Woodward

Maulana Mohammad Ali Jauhar was buried in which of the following city

A. Delhi

B. Landon

C. Jerusalem (Answer)

D. Bombay

Which pair has won cricket world cup for Pakistan

A. Waseem and inzam ul haq

B. sahid Afridi and younis khan

C. Imran Khan and younis khan (Answer)

D. ramiz raja and waqar younis

The presidency of Abraham Lincoln began on ————,when he was inaugurated as the 16th President of the United States

A. March 4, 1862

B. March 4, 1861 (Answer)

C. March 4, 1863

D. March 4, 1860

The ball point pen was invited by———

A. Chester Carlson

B. Petrache Poenaru

C. Johannes Gutenberg

D.Laszlo Biro (Answer)

„History of Wolves‟ book was written by:

A. Angie Thomas

B. Aysha jalal

C. Emily Fridlund (Answer)

D. Margaret Wilkerson

Sexton Mice Pence is the——— Vice President of America

A. 40th

B. 44th

C. 48th (Answer)

D. 49th „Guernica

‟ the world famous painting was painted by———

A. Leonardo de Vinci

B. Van Gogh

C. Picasso (Answer)

D. Michael

Zurich is an important city of which country

A. Germany

B. Italy

C. Switzerland (Answer)

D. London

Garuda is the airline of which country

A. Germany

B. Indonesia (Answer)

C. France

D. Russia

Interfax is the news agency of———

A. London

B. Russia (Answer)

C. South Africa

D. France

Duma is the name of the Assembly of————-

A. Germany

B. Japan

C. Russia (Answer)

D. Gambia

Nelson Mandela received the Nobel peace prize in 1993 together with another South African leader, what was his name

A. Oliver Tambo

B. Frederick de klerk (Answer)

C. P.W Botha

D. Desmond Tut Ernesto

”Che”Guevara was a famous revolutionary guerrilla fighter to which country did he belong

A. Bolivia

B. Argentina (Answer)


D. Cuba

Almeira city situated in which country.

A. Malaysia

B. Russia

C. Spain (Answer)

D. Iran

The 2017 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit was held in————

A. Bangkok, Thailand

B. Danang, Vietnam (Answer)

C. Bogor, Indonesia

D. Beijing, China

1992 world cup final was played in————-

A. Melbourne (Answer)

B. Sydeny

C. Wales

D. sharja

The Famous book “Gulliver‟s Travel” was written by————-

A. Jonathan Swift (Answer)

B. Thomas Hardy

C. Charles Dickens

D. William Shakespeare

FCR stands for————-

A. Fata commission Report

B. Frontier Commission Regulations

C. Frontier Crimes Regulations (Answer)

D. Frontier Common Records

“The Importance of Being Earnest” is written by————-

A. Mohsin Hamid

B. John Donne

C. Oscar Wilde (Answer)

D. Eugene O,neill

Where is Red Square situated

A. New York

B. China

C. Moscow (Answer)

D. Turkey

Which King died while playing polo

A. Sher Shah Suri

B. Humayun

C. Qutb-ud-din Aibak (Answer)

D. Aurangzeb Mughal

Emperor Hamayun died from———

A. Excessive alcohol drinking

B. Cholera

C. Battlefield

D.Fall from library stairs (Answer)

MIT is the spy agency of———-

A. Russia

B. japan

C. North korea

D.Turkey (Answer)

America have———states

A. 50 (Answer)

B. 52

C. 54

D. 55

Who founded All India National Congress

A. Nehru

B. Gandhi

C. Allan Octavian Hume (Answer)

D. Quid-e-Azam MA Jinnah

Which country is known as cockpit of Europe

A. Spain

B. Belgium (Answer)

C. Italy

D. England

Which of the following country is known as Land of Tulips

A. Germany

B. Italy

C. Holland (Answer)

D. Spain

Which city is called city of seven hills

A. Milan

B. Madrid

C. Paris

D.Rome (Answer)

Which country is known as Pearl of East

A. Bhuttan

B. Nepal

C. Srilanka (Answer)

D. Bangladesh

When international Olympic committee IPC established

A. 1894 (Answer)

B. 1890 C. 1916

D. 1896

According to UN 2017 report there are ———million international migrants today

A. 198 million

B. 228 million

C. 258 million (Answer)

D. 300 million

Syed Sharifuddin Pirzada served as the Secretary General of the OIC during ————

A. 1973-1977

B. 1985-1988 (Answer)

C. 1988-1991

D. 1996-2002

Jezira Haft Talar is another name of ————

A. Churna Island

B. Astola Island (Answer)

C. Mana Island

D. Bundal Island

Takla Makan Desert is Located in which country

A. China (Answer)

B. India

C. Iran

D. Chile

The iron and steel industries of which of the following countries are almost fully dependent on imported raw materials

A. Britain

B. Japan (Answer)

C. Poland

D. Germany

Dar es Salaam was former capital of———-

A. Tanzania (Answer)

B. Nepal

C. Albania

D. Egypt

The Largest producer of solar energy in the world is———




D.CHINA (Answer)

When Wrestling Introduced In Olympics Games ———

A. 1900

B. 1904 (Answer)

C. 1906

D. 1908

During which era Nelson Mandela remained the president of South Africa

A. 1994 to 1999 (Answer)

B. 1990 to 1995

C. 2000 to 2005

D. 1996 to 2001

PIA Stands For————-

A. Punjab Air Lines

B. Pakistan International Airlines (Answer)

C. Poland International Airlines

D. Portugal International Airlines

How many double centuries Rohit Sharma made in one day international cricket

A. 2

B. 3 (Answer)

C. 4

D. 5

Who secured Three ODI double hundreds and the highest score in ODI cricket

A. Virat Kholi

B. Shahid Afridi

C. Rohit Sharma (Answer)

D. MS Dhoni

The First ever edition of the T10 Cricket League 2017 will be played in ———

A. Ajmaan

B. Dubai

C. Karachi

D.Sharjah (Answer)

The currency of Chile is ———

A. Dram

B. Peso (Answer)

C. Dollar

D. Dinar

What is the Capital of Taiwan

A. Hong Kong

B. Taipei (Answer)

C. Shanghai

D. Berlin Former

Egypt President Hosni Mubarak ruled Egypt for almost———years

A. 20

B. 24

C. 26

D.30 (Answer)

WAFA is the News Agency of———

A. Syria

B. Palestine (Answer)

C. Iran

D. Indonesia

Highest Dam in world is 

A. Hirakud Dam on the river Mahanadi-Orissa

B. Bhakra Nangal on river Sutlej

C. The Grande(Switzerland) (Answer)

D. none of these Saudi Arabia

kingdom founded in————-

A. 23 September 1937

B. 23 September 1932 (Answer)

C. 23 September 1946

D. None of these

Zimbabwe officially the Republic of Zimbabwe, is a landlocked country located in———

A. southern Africa (Answer)

B. Northern Africa

C. Africa

D. America

Which is the world‟s most spoken language

A. English

B. Arabic

C. Chinese (Answer)

D. Urdu

Which Country Team Fail to reach out World Cup for the first time in 60 years

A. Brazil

B. Italy (Answer)

C. Sweden

D. Mexico

How long has Robert Mugabe ruled Zimbabwe

A. 33

B. 37 (Answer)

C. 41

D. None of the Above.

The Nobel Prize has been awarded in ———- fields.

A. 5

B. 6 (Answer)

C. 7

D. 8

The Famous Painting „Mona Lisa‟ was the creation of————-

A. Michael-Angelo

B. Leonardo-Da-Vinci (Answer)

C. Picasso

D. Van

Gogh The Govt of the people, by the people, for the people is called———-

A. Democracy (Answer)

B. Autocracy

C. Kingdom

D. Dictatorship

How many languages and dialects are spoken by people all over the world

A. 6000

B. 4000

C. 9000 (Answer)

D. 5000

“Shah-jo-Risalo” a famous book of Shah Abdul Latif was first published in which city

A. Leipzig (Answer)

B. Geneva

C. London

D. Rome

The largest fresh water lake of Africa by area is ———-

A. lake Victoria (Answer)

B. Lake Superior

C. Lake Tanganyika

D. Lake Edward



World GK MCQs

The SAPTA(South Asian Preferential Trade Agreement) signed on 11 April————-

A. 1993 (Answer)

B. 1994

C. 2004

D. 2006

Who appoints the Chief Election Commissioner of India———-

A. President (Answer)

B. prime minister

C. chief justice

D. Parliament

A vent in the Earth‟s surface that emits steam and gases, essentially associated with volcanic regions is known as ——

A. Fumarole (Answer)

B. Mesa

C. Munatak

D. Moraines

Basin is a low land area. Which are the largest basins in the face of the earth

A. Seas

B. Oceans

C. Rivers (Answer)

D. None of the above

China‟s ————— space station mostly burns up on re-entry over South Pacific.

A. Tianhe

B. Tianzhou

C. Tiangong 1 (Answer)

D. Xuntian

The areas of grassland totally without trees in South America especially around the estuary of the River Plate are called ———

A. Savanna

B. Pampas (Answer)

C. Loess

D. None of the above

The mixture of silt, sand, and gravel deposited by flowing water such as rivers and streams is called ——-

A. Sediment

B. Loess

C. Alluvium (Answer)

D. All of the above

The Empire State Building is located in—————.

A. London

B. Birmingham

C. Paris

D.New York City (Answer)

The Band-e- Amir National Park is located in————.

A. Iran

B. Iraq

C. Afghanistan (Answer)

D. Kuwait

Water source beneath the earth flowing naturally is called ————

A. Stream

B. Fall

C. Spring (Answer)

D. Lake

What is the name given to areas of land in the higher latitudes where short, cool summers do not permit trees to grow

A. Arctic

B. Tropical

C. Savanna

D.Tundra (Answer)

Which is the thinnest earth layer

A. Core

B. Mantle

C. Crust (Answer)

D. None of the above

The fine yellowish dust or silt spread and deposited by the winds, that is very fertile is called —

A. Alluvium

B. Loess (Answer)

C. Sediment

D. None of the above

The part of desert where adequate water is available for cultivation is called ———

A. Oasis (Answer)

B. Marsh

C. Island

D. Isthmus

Cetology is the study of—————

A. Whales and Dolphins (Answer)

B. seas and Oceans

C. Mountains

D. Deserts

Geoponics is the study of—————

A. Agriculture (Answer)

B. Fields

C. Soil

D. Earth Crust

Noology is the study of —————

A. Knowledge (Answer)

B. Coins

C. Nights

D. Islands

The famous painting „Mona Lisa‟ is displaced at the museum of ————-

A. Rome

B. Paris (Answer)

C. London

D. New York

The statesman, politician, scholar, inventor, and one of early presidents of USA invented the swivel chair, the spherical sundial, the moldboard plow, and the cipher wheel was———

A. George Washington

B. Alexander Hamilton

C. Thomas Jefferson (Answer)

D. John Adams

The Capital of Mongolia is———

A. Riga

B. Mangool

C. Ulaanbaatar (Answer)

D. Lujabe

Kiribati became independent from the United Kingdom in————

A. 1959 B. 1969

C. 1979 (Answer)

D. 1989

Which is the first public university in the World to accept fee in digital currency

Bitcoin (an online currency and payment system.

A. Cumbria University, UK (Answer)

B. University of Wisconcin-madison, US

C. University of Toronto, Canada

D. University of Copenhagen, Denmark

The UN has——————additional/regional headquarters districts.

A. Two

B. Three (Answer)

C. Four

D. Five

Durand Cup is associated with the game of—————

A. Football (Answer)

B. Squash

C. Volleyball

D. Table Tennis

Gulf Cooperation Council was established in———

A. 1980

B. 1981 (Answer)

C. 1982

D. 1983

The G-20 was established in————

A. 1998

B. 1999 (Answer)

C. 2000

D. 2003

Where is the permanent Secretariat of G-20 ————

A. Sydney

B. New York city

C. London

D.No permanent secretariat (Answer)

The G-15 was established in the———— Non-Aligned Movement summit in Belgrade in 1989.

A. Seventh

B. Eighth

C. Ninth (Answer)

D. Tenth

Organisation of American States (OAS) was established in —————

A. 1945

B. 1947

C. 1948 (Answer)

D. 1949

“Evening Light” was the failed operation of————

A. U.S (Answer)

B. Saudi Arab

C. India

D. Pakistan

“Operation Pluto” was planned by———-

A. U.S (Answer)

B. Italy

C. Russia

D. Sri Lanka

Noble Eagle is——

A. The US military operations (Answer)

B. UN military peaceful operations

C. NATO operation in Vietnam

D. The U.S and U.K airstrikes in Syria

“Black Tornado operation” happened in ———- 

A. Pakistan

B. India (Answer)

C. Sri Lanka

D. Myanmar

“Operation Riviresa ” was a combined military operation launched by the Sri Lankan Armed Forces in Jaffna. Riviresa means———

A. Sun rays (Answer)

B. Path to salvation

C. Right Path

D. Sparking

Light World Autism Awareness Day is observed on which date——

A. 2 April (Answer)

B. 2 March

C. 19 June

D. second Tuesday of October

In which country was the world‟s first Android newscasters, Kodomoroid unveiled ———

A. South Korea

B. China

C. Vietnam

D.Japan (Answer)

Which country passed a law to legalise child labour for kids from age of 10 on 18 July 2014 ————-

A. Bolivia (Answer)

B. China

C. Spain

D. Taiwan

What is the name of the world‟s solar power plane ——-

A. Solar Impulse 2 (Answer)

B. Sun Flight

C. Falcon Solar Plane

D. Sun Traveler

USA has 568 space satellites, which country is 2nd with 177 satellites ——

A. Russia

B. France

C. Japan

D.China (Answer)

What do you mean by word “Android” ——

A. Tough Animal

B. Fast Eagle

C. Human Like (Answer)

D. Tasty

Food Most immigration country is ——-

A. USA (Answer)

B. Canada

C. China

D. Australia

The Pakistan‟s Largest Tea Bag Is Made by which company———

A. Tepal

B. Lipton (Answer)

C. Tarang

D. Brooke

Bond Name the World‟s Largest cruise ship

A. Symphony of the Seas (Answer)

B. Harmony of the Seas

C. Allure of the Seas

D. Oasis of The Seas

The oldest written language is ——-

A. Akkadian

B. Egyptian Hieroglyphics

C. Sumerian (Answer)

D. Eblaite

D. Elamite

Original name of International Telecommunication Union was———

A. International Telegraph Organization

B. International Telegraph Union (Answer)

C. International Telegraph Bureau

D. International Telecommunication Organizers

United Nations‟ Environment Programme was established as a result of———-

A. Treaty

B. Protocol

C. Conference (Answer)

D. All of Above

Deepest point in world is” Mariana Trench” which lies in————-

A. Eastern North Pacific

B. Western South Pacific

C. Western North Pacific (Answer)

D. Eastern North Pacific United Nations‟

Convention on Law of Sea was signed in———-

A. 1969

B. 1974

C. 1982 (Answer)

D. 1989

Official language of Universal Postal Union is————

A. French (Answer)

B. English

C. Brazilian

D. German

The Olympic game where men and women can simultaniously compete with each other is ———

A. Equestrian (Answer)

B. Tennis

C. Swimming

D. Shooting

How many balls are used in play in the game of snooker —— 

A. 18

B. 20

C. 22 (Answer)

D. 24

Gymnophobia is the fear of————

A. Exercise

B. Nudity (Answer)

C. Crowd

D. War

“FBI” of America was established in————-

A. 1907

B. 1908 (Answer)

C. 1909

D. 1910

Who was the founder of republican party of USA————-

A. Alexander Hamilton

B. Franklin Roosevelt

C. George Washington

D.Thomas Jefferson (Answer)

The process with the help of which the students are divided into high / low achievers is

A. Measurement

B. Exam (Answer)

C. Evaluation

D. Test

Which country is the biggest producer of uranium in the world——

A. Canada

B. Kazakhstan (Answer)

C. Australia

D. Niger

The International Day of Peace, sometimes unofficially known as World Peace Day, is observed annually on——-

A. 20 Sept

B. 21 Sept (Answer)

C. 22 Sept

D. 23 Sept

International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women is observed annually on———-

A. 25 Sept

B. 25 Oct

C. 25 Nov (Answer)

D. International Day

for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is observed annually on———-

A. 21 Feb

B. 21 March (Answer)

C. 21 June

D. 21 Oct

“Shining Path” is a militant group of which country———————

A. Peru (Answer)

B. Paraguay

C. Mexico

D. Bolivia

White river is located in———————-

A. U.S (Answer)

B. China

C. South Africa

D. Austria

The world‟s oldest parliament, founded in the year 930 AD is ——————

A. British Parliament

B. Diet of Japan

C. Althing of Iceland (Answer)

D. Cortes of Spain

Blue River is located in————-

A. U.S (Answer)

B. China

C. South Africa

D. Austria

Yellow river is located in——————

A. U.S

B. China (Answer)

C. South Africa

D. Austria

Green river is located in—————

A. U.S (Answer)

B. China

C. South Africa

D. Austria

The Amazon river dolphins is also called———————-

A. Pink river dolphins (Answer)

B. Green river dolphins

C. Blue river dolphins

D. white river dolphins

The Black river is located in ——————

A. Jamaica (Answer)

B. Argentina

C. Chile

D. Canada

United Nations University lies in———————

A. Japan (Answer)

B. Switzerland

C. U.S

D. Colombia

What is the sensitive list in SAFTA

A. which does not include tariff concession (Answer)

B. which does include tariff concession

C. which includes non-exportable items

D. which includes banned items

NEQS refer to ————

A. Environment (Answer)

B. Upper atmosphere

C. Sea- bed

D. Continental

shelf The fastest marine animal found in warmer parts of five oceans of the world —————

A. Tunny

B. Wahoo

C. Sailfish (Answer)

D. Marlin

Border line which separates outer space from Earth‟s atmosphere is known as———

A. Durand line

B. Space line

C. Venus line

D.Karman line (Answer)

In which country The last specie white rhino dies

A. Africa

B. Ethopia

C. Sudan (Answer)

D. Somalia

World Wildlife Fund was established on—————-

A. 24 May, 1967

B. 29 April, 1961 (Answer)

C. 29 October, 1961

D. 24 June, 1979

The country without capital is ———

A. Naura (Answer)

B. Vatican city

C. Iceland

D. Malta

Which became the first river in the world to be granted the same legal rights as that of human beings on 15 March 2017

A. Yangtze

B. Missisippi

C. Ganga

D.Whanganui (Answer)

Which District of Malakand division is Switzerland

A. Swat (Answer)

B. Buner

C. Dir

D. Shangla

The Kiribati capital is—————

A. Tarawa (Answer)

B. Roficanda

C. Royaldo

D. South Barati

Ice mass that covers more than fifty-thousand square kilometers of land area is classified as————

A. ice sheet (Answer)

B. ice field

C. glacier erosions

D. ice cap

When Islamabad United won First title:

A. 22 Feb 2016

B. 23 Feb 2016 (Answer)

C. 24 Feb 2016

D. 25 Feb 2016

The capital of SriLanka is———-

A. Jakarta

B. Colombo (Answer)

C. Kolkata

D. Malay

Maize, Rice and Wheat are generally referred as—

A. Root crops

B. Legumes Crops granaries

C. Cereal Crops (Answer)

D. None of Above

Earth‟s largest ice volume is present in————-

A. Himalayas

B. South America

C. Antarctica (Answer)

D. North America

The word democracy has been derived from the————-language

A. French B. Latin

C. Greek (Answer)

D. Arabic

When was the first petrol Car developed

A. 1885-1886 (Answer)

B. 1887-1888

C. 1888-1889

D. 1889-1890

Where is Headquarter of World Economic Forum is in————-

A. London

B. Paris

C. Cologny (Answer)

D. Geneva

What is the capital of Norway

A. Vienna

B. Copenhegan

C. Oslo (Answer)

D. Berlin


Important General Knowledge

The Mariana Trench is in the ——— Ocean

A. Atlantic

B. Arctic

C. Antarctic

D.Pacific (Answer)

Sultan Ahmed Mosque in Istanbul is popularly known as the————

A. Green Mosque

B. Blue Mosque (Answer)

C. Red Mosque

D. Yellow Mosque

Panama (a country) connects which two continents

A. Asia and Europe

B. Asia and Africa

C. South America and North America (Answer)

D. Asia and Australia

The North Pole of the Earth is located in————

A. Norway

B. Antarctica

C. Arctic Ocean (Answer)

D. Pacific Ocean

Egypt connects which of the following two continents

A. Asia and Europe

B. Asia and Africa (Answer)

C. South America and North America D. Asia and Australia

The Pico Island is located in———

A. Switzerland

B. Portugal (Answer)

C. Turkey

D. Egypt

Which city is also called The City of 1,000 Minarets

A. Istanbul

B. Cairo (Answer)

C. Makkah

D. Islamabad

The Pena Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located in————

A. Egypt

B. Portugal (Answer)

C. Switzerland

D. Turkey

The bridge in Istanbul, Turkey that connects Asia and Europe is called————-

A. Golden Gate Bridge

B. Akashi Kaikyo Bridge

  • C. Bosphorus Bridge (Answer)

D. Royal Gorge Bridge

Alexandria is a city in————-

A. Turkey

B. Egypt (Answer)

C. Jordan

D. Greece

About ——% of Antarctica is covered by ice

A. 97%

B. 98% (Answer)

C. 99%

D. 100%

The South Pole of the Earth is located in————

A. Norway

B. Antarctica (Answer)

C. Arctic Ocean

D. Pacific Ocean

The shortest day is———

A. 22 June

B. 22 July

C. 22 September

D.22 December (Answer)

Turkey connects the two continents————-

A. Asia and Europe (Answer)

B. Asia and Africa

C. South America and North America

D. Asia and Australia

Augusta Raurica is located in———

A. Egypt

B. Portugal

C. Switzerland (Answer)

D. Turkey

How Many Countries Are Landlocked In Asia

A. 11 Countries

B. 12 Countries (Answer)

C. 13 Countries

D. 14 Countries

26th January is India‟s——— Day

A. Independence Day

B. Republic Day (Answer)

C. Revolution Day

D. Parliament Day

Which Country joined SAARC in 2007

A. Pakistan

B. India

C. SriLanka

D.Afghanistan (Answer)

Who was the First Pakistani Player to have a hundred in T20Is

A. Ahmed Shehzad (Answer)

B. Umar Akmal

C. Misbah-ul-Haq

D. Mohammad Hafeez

Silk is produced by————

A. Egg of silkworm

B. Pupa of silkworm

C. Larva of silkworm (Answer)

D. Insect itself

The Orange river flows in————

A. Indonesia

B. Egypt

C. South Africa (Answer)

D. Mexico

Indonesia is a country with around ———- islands

A. 10,000

B. 11,000

C. 12,000

D.13,000 (Answer)

When was the game Frisbee invented

A. 1860s

B. 1870s (Answer)

C. 1830s

D. 1850s

The Seven Rila Lakes are located in———

A. Bulgaria (Answer)

B. Hungary

C. Poland

D. Czech Republic

“Netherlands” literally means————-

A. ideal location

B. lower countries (Answer)

C. mouth of land

D. land of sun set

These are only two double land-locked countries in the world. Double land locked means a land-locked country which is also surrounded by land locked neighbouring countries. Name both the countries

A. Uzbekistan and Liechtenstein (Answer)

B. Uzbekistan and Chad

C. Uzbekistan and Mali

D. Liechtenstein and Chad

A large group of islands is known as:

A. Peninsula

B. Archipelago (Answer)

C. Strait

D. Channel

Which waterway gives the source of terrestrial moisture

A. Ocean

B. Rivers

C. Lakes (Answer)

D. Canals

Rainfall related to mountains is:

A. Orographic rainfall (Answer)

B. Normal rainfall

C. Monsoon rains

D. Cyclonic rainfall

The distance of longitude represents how many minutes difference in time

A. 10 minutes

B. 4 minutes (Answer)

C. 15 minutes

D. 1 minute

The season changes because of the ————

A. Moon is revolving round the earth

B. Earth is revolving round its axis

C. Earth is revolving round the sun (Answer)

D. Planet Mars is attracting the sun

The largest latitude circle on earth is —–

A. Arctic circle

B. Tropic of cancer

C. Tropic of Capricorn

D.The Equator (Answer)

Which part of the world is known as “Star and key of Indian Ocean”

A. Manora

B. Sri Lanka

C. Maldives

D.Mauritius (Answer)

D. Madagascar

The world‟s largest land border is between ——————

A. China and Mongolia

B. Russia and China

C. Argentina and Brazil

D.America and Canada (Answer)

The areas around the North and South poles within the Polar circles is called ————-

A. The Torrid Zone

B. The Frigid Zone (Answer)

C. The Temperature Zone

D. The Hardiness Zone

The richest fishing ground in the world:

A. North Western Europe

B. North Eastern Asia (Answer)

C. North Western Africa

D. North Eastern North America

Transportation and trade are——

A. Primary activities

B. Secondary activities

C. Tertiary activities (Answer)

D. Quaternary activities

Which of the following regions is „Peninsula‟——

A. Arabia

B. Scandinavia

C. Alaska

D. PapuaNew Guinea E.All of above (Answer)

Afternoon rains in the equatorial region are the result of influences ——-

A. Land Breeze

B. Monsoon

C. Frontal

D.Convectional (Answer)

The extinct Volcanic Peak of Koh-i-Sultan is in ——-

A. Turkmanistan

B. Turkey

C. Iran

D.Pakistan (Answer)

The Stevenson screen contains all of these EXCEPT:

A. Wet bulb thermometer

B. Maximum thermometer

C. Ordinary thermometer D.Anemometer (Answer)

A canyon is a large form of ——

A. Dry valley

B. Gorge (Answer)

C. Pediment

D. Badiand

The deepest place in the Indian Ocean is—

A. Mariana Trench

B. Puerto Rico Trench

C. Diamantina Trench (Answer)

D. Isle

Trench Bore is caused by——

A. Rising tide while meeting river currents (Answer)

B. Friction from prevailing winds

C. Spring tide and strong winds

D. Unequal heating of oceans

The most precious gemstone “Emerald” are found in——

A. Gilgit B. Hunza

C. Swat (Answer)

D. Dir Nightingale

Florence (belongs to France) was a————.

A. Doctor

B. Nurse (Answer)

C. Teacher

D. House wife

“Decision Point” Book is written by————.

A. Barack Obama

B. George W Bush (Answer)

C. Bill Clinton

D. Richard Nixon

Diego Garcia is United States military base in the—————

A. Indian Ocean (Answer)

B. Pacific Ocean C. Atlantic Ocean

D. Arctic Ocean

Where Das Man Palace is located in—————

A. Yemen

B. Kuwait (Answer)

C. Bahrain

D. Oman

Mahan Airline belongs to which country————

A. Iran (Answer)

B. Iraq

C. Yemen

D. Oman

Who first pioneered the idea of a blood bank———-

A. Booker T, Washington

B. George Washington Carver

C. Jonas Salk

D.Charles Drew (Answer)

Which of the following lines divide Turkish and Greek Cyprus communities

A. Yellow Line

B. Green Line (Answer)

C. Maginot Line

D. 11 parallel line

Bismillah Khan is related to—————

A. Flute

B. Tabla

C. Shehnai (Answer)

D. Sarod

Togo is situated in ————-

A. southern African countries

B. Western African countries (Answer)

C. Northern African countries

D. Eastern African countries

The number of keys in an ordinary piano is————

A. 66

B. 77

C.88 (Answer)

D. 44

Biro Brothers invented the BALLPOINT PEN belong to————-

A. Hungry (Answer)

B. Sweden

C. Finland

D. Greece

“Night watch” is a famous————-

A. Restaurant

B. Painting (Answer)

C. Hotel

D. Beach

The number regarded as lucky number in Italy is————

A. 5

B. 7

C. 11

D.13 (Answer)

Until Victorian times, chocolate was thought of as a drink. When did the first chocolate bar appear————-

A. 1831

B. 1832

C. 1833

D. There is no sure date (Answer)

What invention caused many deaths while testing it—————

A. Dynamite

B. Parachute (Answer)

C. Motor car

D. Railway Edwin

Budding invented lawn mover belong to———-

A. England (Answer)

B. U.S

C. Sweden

D. Finland

What furniture item was invented by California furniture designer Charles Prior Hall in 1968

A. Sofa bed

B. Captain’s chair

C. Waterbed (Answer)

D. Hammock

When was bar code scanner invented——

A. 1950s

B. 1960s

C. 1970s (Answer)

D. 1980s

Who invented Jet Engine————-

A. Sir Frank Whittle (Answer)

B. Gottlieb Daimler

C. Roger Bacon

D. Lewis E. Waterman

For which disease,Indian scientists have developed herbal medicine using Ayurveda


B. Blood Cancer

C. Dengue (Answer)

D. Diabetes

The first „Cross word‟ puzzle in the world was published in —— General Knowledge

A. 1913 (Answer)

B. 1915

C. 1917

D. 1927

Which one of the following companies will launch Project Skybender to boost 5G internet speed —

A. Facebook

B. Google (Answer)


D. Apple

In which one of the following South East Asian countries, India will build satellite tracking station 

A. Vietnam (Answer)

B. Philippines

C. Laos

D. Cambodia

The country known is the sugar bowl of the world———

A. Cuba (Answer)

B. Jamaica

C. South Sudan

D. Sierra Leone

What is the significance of a small country “Ecuador”———

A. Beautiful state of South America

B. Lies on equator (Answer)

C. Biggest producer of water-melon

D. famous for canal system

River Jordon flow out into ———-

A. Dead sea (Answer)

B. Caspian sea

C. Red sea

D. Mediterranean sea

Which of the following keys of personal computer is not available in the key board of traditional typewriters

A. Tab

B. Enter (Answer)

C. Backspace

D. Spacebar

The country whose national anthem has only music no words————

A. Bahrain (Answer)

B. Chile

C. Greece

D. Albania

Napoleon suffered from alurophobia which means————

A. Fear of cats (Answer)

B. Fear of rats

C. Fear of cockroaches

D. Fear of height

The most densely populated island in the world is Honshu located in——-

A. South Korea

B. North Korea

C. Japan (Answer)

D. China

Name of the Alexander horse was———-

A. Beucephalus (Answer)

B. Alexcephalus

C. Macodophalus

D. Grekophalus

The country famous for Samba dance is———

A. USA B. Brazil (Answer)

C. Portugal

D. Chile

The motto of „Association of Southeast Asian Nations‟ is “One Vision, One———- ,One Community”.

A. Unity

B. Identity (Answer)

C. Faith

D. Ideology

The official language(s) of “Association of Southeast Asian Nations” is/are ————-

A. One

B. Five

C. Nine

D.Ten (Answer)

SAFTA signed on 6 January 2004 in—————

A. 10 SAARC summit

B. 11 SAARC summit

C. 12 SAARC summit (Answer)

D. 13 SAARC summit


GK Solved MCQs

Nabi tajima became the oldest woman in japan in———-

A. 15 September 2012

B. 15 September 2013

C. 15 September 2014

D.27 September 2015 (Answer)

World‟s oldest person (woman) From japan,was died on 21-april-2018, at the age of 117 was——

A. Junko tabie

B. Shazia iqbal

C. Jeane calmete

D.Nabi tajima (Answer)

World food day is internationally observed on —————.

A. October 16 (Answer)

B. October 17

C. October 18

D. October 19

Herodotus is called ——————.

A. Father of Physics

B. Father of Comedy

C. Father of History (Answer)

D. Father of Chemistry

D. Father of Biology

—————- book is written on the life of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan.

A. Spirit of Islam

B. Aab-e- Hayat

C. Hayat-e-jawaid (Answer)

D. Pir-e-Kamil

The world‟s largest Cargo aircraft,Antonov AN-225 Mriya, made it‟s first landing in karachi for refueling on——

A. 18 april 2018

B. 19 april 2018

C. 20 april 2018 (Answer)

D. 21 april 2018

Al Jazeera TV channel belongs to which country

A. Iran

B. Syria

C. Qatar (Answer)

D. Kuwait

The most salty sea in the wolrd———-

A. Arabian Sea

B. Dead Sea (Answer)

C. Black Sea.

D. Caspian Sea.

World fastest bird is———-

A. Humming Bird

B. Ostrich

C. Hen

D.Peregrine falcon (Answer)

Petronas Tower are in————-

A. Kuala Lumpur (Answer)

B. Paris

C. Colombia

D. Rome

World book day is celebrated on————

A. 21 May

B. 17 Mar

C. 22 Apr

D.23 Apr (Answer)

Non-violence day is internationally observed on ———.

A. October 1

B. October 2 (Answer)

C. October 3

D. October 4

The Engadin Valley is located in:————

A. Switzerland (Answer)

B. Portugal

C. Turkey

D. Egypt

Lake Lucerne that has complicated shape with several sharp bends and four arms is located in:

A. Egypt

B. Portugal

C. Switzerland (Answer)

D. Turkey

The Capital Asset Pricing model calculate expected investment———

A. Risk

B. Return

C. Risk and Return (Answer)

D. None of the above

Rawal Dam is constructed on which river——-

A. kurrange river (Answer)

B. Indus river

C. Kabul river

D. Chenab river

What is the power capacity of Diamer Bhasha Dam

A. 5400 MW

B. 5000 MW

C. 4000 MW.

D.4500 MW (Answer)

Who is the Father of Communism

A. Adam Smith

B. Karl Marx (Answer)

C. Arestotle

D. Alfred Marshell

The stone age people had the first domestic

A. asses

B. dogs

C. horses

D.sheep (Answer)

The Sinai Peninsula is located in:

A. Egypt (Answer)

B. Portugal

C. Switzerland

D. Turkey

Twitter was created by:

A. Biz Stone

B. Jack Dorsey

C. Noah Glass

D.All Above (Answer)

The first artificial satellite on earth is ————

A. Sputnik I. (Answer)

B. Giotto

C. Prithvi

D. Gaia

World‟s tallest tree is known as———

A. Hawthorn

B. Redwood (Answer)

C. Yellow Birch

D. Basswood

CTBT was adopted by the UN General Assembly on———

A. 12 September, 1995

B. 24 September, 1996 (Answer)

C. 13 September, 1997

D. 18 September, 1998

Capital of East Timor———

A. Dili (Answer)

B. Helsinki

C. Beirut

D. Sydney

Who said “Better to reign in hell than serve in heaven”

A. Hitler

B. Sadam hussain

C. Milton (Answer)

D. Bush

Name the Powerful Country which offered help to the Pakistan Army before surrendering in Dhaka during 1971 war

A. United kingdom

B. United States (Answer)

C. France

D. Russia

The name United nations was adopted at the suggestion of General Knowledge

A. Stalin

B. Roosevelt (Answer)

C. Chrchill

D. George Degual

Who was known as “Man of Destiny”

A. Napoleon (Answer)

B. Nehru

C. Hitler

D. Musolini

When did Facebook go public

A. April 15, 2012

B. May 18, 2012 (Answer)

C. July 11, 2012

D. December 28, 2012

When Facebook launched

A. January 2004

B. February 2004 (Answer)

C. March 2004

D. April 2004

Who invented bulb

A. Philips

B. Robert

C. Edison (Answer)

D. Willium

According to the latest WHO 2015 Report, What is the average age of Pakistan

A. 45.2

B. 50.4

C. 55.3

D.66.4 (Answer)

The term of office of a judge of the ICJ is

A. 9 years (Answer)

B. 8 years

C. 7 years

D. 6 years

In which month does the Un general assembly meet annually

A. September (Answer)

B. October

C. November

D. December

What approximate part of J&K is under india‟s occupation

A. 75% (Answer)

B. 60%

C. 90%

D. 50%

Who gave the title of Mahatma to Gandhiji

A. Rabindranath tagore (Answer)

B. Lala lajpat roy

C. Abu kalam azad

D. None

The chemical that is used in making artificial rain is

A. Silver iodide (Answer)

B. Silver nitrate

C. Silver chloride

D. Silver nitrite

Napoleon regarded which battle as his greatest victory

A. Austerlitz (Answer)

B. Arras

C. Amiens

D. Assayer

The first war b/w Arabs and Israel was fought in

A. 1948 (Answer)

B. 1946

C. 1942

D. 1940

The first truly global war was

A. Seven years war (Answer)

B. Hundred years war


D. Thirty years war

Hardest substance in the human body is

A. Enamel (Answer)

B. Nail

C. Bone

D. N.O.T

Famous painting “The sunflower” is painted by

A. Vincent van gogh (Answer)

B. Banjamin west

C. Gustav klint

D. Pablo picasso

Steve jobs was an american and he was founder of

A. Apple (Answer)

B. Google

C. Yahoo

D. Oracle

Where the Pakistan‟s first radio station was setup

A. Karachi (Answer)

B. Lahore

C. Multan

D. Islamabad

Who was the last mughal emperor to sit on the peacock throne

A. Muhammad Shah (Answer)

B. Aurangzeb

C. Shah zafar

D. Shah alam

II Which country has no railway track

A. Afghanistan (Answer)

B. China

C. Russia

D. Somalia

Spectrum is made of —- colors

A. 7 (Answer)

B. 8

C. 6

D. 9

Blind dolphins are found in which river of Pakistan

A. Indus (Answer)

B. Jehlum

C. Kabul

D. Chenab

Angela Merkel is a German Politician serving as Chancellor of Germany since———

A. November 2003

B. November 2005 (Answer)

C. November 2008

D. November 2011

Father of rivers is called ————

A. Indus river (Answer)

B. Amazon river

C. Manchar river

D. Keenjhar river

———— is a famous beverage today , originally it was the name of a medicine

A. Coca Cola (Answer)

B. Lemonade

C. Pepsi

D. Soda water

Which US president resigned while in office 

A. Richard Nixon (Answer)

B. Jimmy Carter

C. Ronald Reagan

D. J. F. Kennedy

—————-is the fear of bathing

A. Agoraphobia

B. Acrophobia

C. Ablutophobia (Answer)

D. Hydrophobia

In the manufacture of banaspati ghee the gas used is ———-

A. Helium

B. Hydrogen (Answer)

C. Oxygen

D. Nitrogen

Headquarter of the African Union is located in————

A. Johannesburg

B. Cairo

C. Dakar

D.Addis Ababa (Answer)

What was the name of concrete barrier that physically and ideologically divided Germany in 1961

A. Peace Wall

B. Peace Berlin Wall

C. Berlin Wall (Answer)

D. Peace Wall of Berlin

How many states are in Europe General Knowledge

A. 47

B. 48

C. 49

D.50 (Answer)

The UN official birthday is celebrated on————

A. December 24, 1945

B. October 24, 1945 (Answer)

C. September 24, 1945

D. November 24, 1945

The General Assembly of UN meets regularly once a year on third Tuesday of————-

A. September (Answer)

B. October

C. November

D. December

How many official working languages recognized by UN (United Nations)

A. 4

B. 5

C. 6 (Answer)

D. 7

The oldest anthem of the world is

A. Japan (Answer)

B. China

C. Russia

D. Denmark

Total number UN Security Council members is————

A. 5

B. 10

C. 15 (Answer)

D. 20

The oldest flag of the world is

A. Denmark (Answer)

B. China

C. Japan

D. Greece

Harrapa city is situated on the bank of which river

A. Ravi (Answer)

B. Chenab

C. Sutlej

D. Indus

Who was the first asian to receive noble prize in 1913

A. Rabinder Nath Tagore (Answer)

B. C.V.Raman

C. I.A.Bunin

D. Mother teresa

“Spirit of Islam” book was written by

A. Syed Ameer Ali (Answer)

B. Quaid-e-Azam

C. Allama Iqbal

D. Sir syed Braille

education system was introduced by Braille for

A. Blinds (Answer)

B. Dumb

C. Handicap

D. Labours

Which Country law is considered to be harsh

A. Iran

B. Saudi Arabia (Answer)

C. China

D. Ethiopia

Non-permanent members of UN Security Council are elected for term of————

A. 1 year

B. 2 years (Answer)

C. 3 years

D. 5 years

The International Day of Forests is observed every year on————

A. March 21 (Answer)

B. March 22

C. March 23

D. March 24

Who was the viceroy of Indian during the WWII

A. Louis Francis Albert Victor Nicholas Mountbatten

B. Victor Alexander John Hope, Marquess of Linlithgow (Answer)

C. Major Freeman Freeman-Thomas, Marquess of Willingdon

The High courts in India were established under the——————-

A. Indian High Courts Act 1868

B. Indian High Courts Act 1871

C. Indian High Courts Act 1858

D.Indian High Courts Act 1861 (Answer)

The Indus Waters Treaty water-distribution treaty between India and Pakistan, brokered by the:

A. International Monetary Fund

B. International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

C. World Bank (Answer)


Who founded Muhammadan Literary Society in 1863

A. Shah Waliullah Dehlawi

B. Syed Ameer Ali

C. Nawab Abdul Latif (Answer)

D. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan

Nawab Abdul Latif found the Muhammadan Literary Society in April 1863 at———

A. Dhaka

B. Faridpur

C. Calcutta (Answer)

D. Selhat

John Stuart Mill wrote a famous book ” on liberty” in————

A. 1859 (Answer)

B. 1850

C. 1759

D. 1871

John Austin presented his “Theory of sovereignty” in his book “The Province of Jurisprudence Determined” which was published in————

A. 1832 (Answer)

B. 1935

C. 1717

D. 1736

Insulin drug was discovered by————

A. Charles Herbert Best

B. Prof John James Rickard Macleod

C. Sir Frederick Grant Banting (Answer)

D. Leonard Thompson

Nagqu is located in which country

A. China (Answer)

B. Nepal

C. Bhutan

D. Mongolia

 is the author of the famous book, “The Spirit of Islam”

A. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan

B. Syed Ameer Ali (Answer)

C. Khwaja Salimullah Khwaja Salimullah

D. Sir John Woodroffe


GK World General Knowledge

Who provided proof to suggest that the earth was spherical

A. David Encaston

B. Francis Columbus

C. Ferdinand Magellan (Answer)

D. None of these

The first private tourist of the space was———

A. Shuttle Worth

B. Larry Swanson

C. Dennis Tito (Answer)

D. None of these

Who was Bismarck

A. German Navy Destroyer

B. German Politician and statesman (Answer)

C. Orator

D. German Novelist

Which style of painting was used by early Renaissance artists——-

A. Gothic

B. Graeco-Roman (Answer)

C. Catholic Art

D. None of these

The Battle of Halani was fought in———

A. 1712

B. 1748

C. 1762

D.1782 (Answer)

Author of the book “The Making of Modern Sindh” is————

A. Rasool Bux Palijo

B. Ibrahim Joyo

C. Hamida Khuhro (Answer)

D. Amar Jalil

Synagogue is place of worship of which religion

A. Confucianism

B. Judaism (Answer)

C. Shintoism

D. Buddhism

Gimpo airport is situated in———-

A. Russia

B. Japan

C. South Korea (Answer)

D. Germany

Which of the following canals is considered to be an important link between the developed countries and the developing countries———-

A. Panama Canal

B. Suez Canal (Answer)

C. Kiel Canal

D. Grand Canal

Which treaty provides for a common currency for European Community————

A. Treaty of Versailles

B. Geneva Convention

C. Brussels Treaty

D.Maastricht Treaty (Answer)

Maiden Tower is in———

A. Russia

B. France

C. Azerbaijan (Answer)

D. Malaysia

Eisenhower trophy is given annually to what best amateur team

A. Baseball

B. Golf (Answer)

C. Dr. Abdus Salam (Answer)

D. Dr. Saleem-uzaman Siddique

Gwadar became part of Pakistan on September 8,————

A. 1949

B. 1955

C. 1958 (Answer)

D. 1972

Hindenburg line divides————

A. Germany and Poland (Answer)

B. Germany and France

C. South Vietnam and North Vietnam

D. None of the above

Franc is the currency of———

A. Rwanda

B. Malagasy

C. Burundi

D.All of them (Answer)

How many pairs of ribs are there in Human Body———

A. 12 (Answer)

B. 13

C. 11

D. none of these

International Day of Diplomats is celebrated on————

A. 20 October

B. 24 October (Answer)

C. 28 October

D. 31 October

Al-Tahrir Square is in ———

A. Damascus, Syria

B. Cairo, Egypt (Answer)

C. Tripoli, Libya

D. stanbul, Turkey

Channel Tunnel is an Under Sea Rail Tunnel that linked ——— 

A. America and Mexico

B. England and France (Answer)

C. France and Germany

D. England and Germany

The Book “Long Walk to Freedom” is written by ———- 

A. Nelson Mandela (Answer)

B. Henry S. Commager

C. Bill Clinton

D. Mother Terasa

The Book “Higher than Hopes” is a biography of ———- 

A. Nelson Mandela (Answer)

B. Henry S. Commager

C. Bill Clinton

D. Mother Terasa

Which from the following countries has no Armed Forces

A. Niger

B. Nigeria

C. Iceland (Answer)

D. Latvia

IPCC is the abbreviation for———

A. International Program on Climate Climate

B. International Panel on Collective Change

C. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (Answer)

D. International Panel on Collec

PCIW stands for———

A. Police criminal investigation wing

B. Popcorn cut and invest company

C. Pakistan Commissioner for Indus Waters (Answer)

D. Peep core in water

The World Day for International Justice (WDIJ) is observed every year on ———

A. 16 July

B. 17 July (Answer)

C. 18 July

D. 19 July

“Sense and Sensibility” was written by:————

A. Shakespeare’s

B. Jhon Milton

C. Jane Austen (Answer)

D. Methew Arnold

Loire is the longest river of————

A. France (Answer)

B. Russia


D. None

Halim Dhanidina the first ever Muslim judge in state of California belongs to which country

A. India (Answer)

B. Bangladesh

C. Pakistan

D. None

Youtube was launched in ———

A. 2009

B. 2007

C. 2011

D.2005 (Answer)

Name the World famous and finest Harbour

A. Calcutta

B. Mumbai

C. Sydney (Answer)

D. New York

Where is the largest Coral Reef located

A. Canada

B. U.K

C. Australia (Answer)

D. Germany

Which one of the following ecosystems covers the largest area of the earth‟s surface

A. Grassland Ecosystem

B. Mountain Ecosystem

C. Marine Ecosystem (Answer)

D. Desert Ecosystem

The International Migrants Day is observed every year on ———-

A. Dec 15

B. Dec 16

C. Dec 18 (Answer)

D. Dec 20

The World Leprosy Day 2019 will be observed on

A. 25 January

B. 26 January

C. 27 January (Answer)

D. 28 January

Which country has large number of nuclear warheads

A. America

B. Russia (Answer)

C. France

D. China

The Republic Day of Turkey is celebrated on———-

A. 26 October

B. 27 October

C. 28 October

D.29 October (Answer)

Which international arbitration institution fined Pakistan in Reko Diq mining case

A. International Court of Arbitration

B. London Court of International Arbitration

C. International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (Answer)

D. None of these

Russia withdrew from Afghanistan under the ———

A. Islamabad treaty

B. Kabul pact

C. Geneva Accord (Answer)

D. Moscow Agreement

Russia withdrew from Afghanistan under the ———

A. Islamabad treaty

B. Kabul pact

C. Geneva Accord (Answer)

D. Moscow Agreement

Child Labour is the main theme in most of the novels of————

A. D.H Lawrence

B. Leo Tolstoy

C. Maxim Gorky (Answer)

D. Charles Dickens

Child Labour is the main theme in most of the novels of————

A. D.H Lawrence

B. Leo Tolstoy

C. Maxim Gorky (Answer)

D. Charles Dickens


Gk Questions for General Awareness

Duration of national anthem of Pakistan is ——- seconds.

A. 60

B. 70

C. 80 (Answer)

D. 90

Sheikh Saadi (RA) was a famous poet of ———— language.

A. Arabic

B. Persian (Answer)

C. Sanskrit

D. Both A & B

Helsinki is the capital of which country

A. Poland

B. North korea

C. Finland (Answer)

D. Austria

South Pole was discovered by———-

A. Cabot

B. Robert Peary

C. North America

D.Roald Amundsen (Answer)

The length of USA and Canada border is———

A. 8891 KM (Answer)

B. 5525 KM

C. 7611 KM

D. 4278 KM

The longest border in the world between two countries is———

A. Radcliffe Line (between India and Pakistan)

B. International boundary (between USA and Canada) (Answer)

C. Durand line (between Pakistan and Afghanistan)

D. None

The border between USA and Canada is officially known as 

A. 37 Parallel line

B. 38 Parallel line

C. Hinden berg line

D.International boundary (Answer)

In 2018 Commonwealth Games athletes from —— countries participated

A. 70

B. 71 (Answer)

C. 72

D. 75

Where is the Headquarter of Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition (IMCTC)

A. Riyadh (Answer)

B. Jeddah

C. Mekkah

D. None of Them

The Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition (IMCTC) is an alliance of how many Islamic countries

A. 34

B. 41 (Answer)

C. 53

D. 50

Who has scored the most goals ever in football history

A. Ronaldo

B. Meradona

C. Pele (Answer)

D. Zidane

The Euro currency is used by —— countries.

A. 17

B. 18

C. 19 (Answer)

D. 20

Riskdag is the name of parliament of———

A. Somalia

B. Swedish (Answer)

C. Canada

D. Denmark

“Yusuf Zulekan” is a ——— love Story.

A. Punjabi (Answer)

B. Sindhi

C. Balochi

D. Urdu

The eradication of poverty day is internationally observed on ————-.

A. October 16

B. October 17 (Answer)

C. October 18

D. October 19

Mein Kampf‟ is autobiography of———

A. Posternak

B. Adolf Hitler (Answer)

C. Navakov

D. Goethe

International date line passes through which strait

A. Malacca Strait

B. Adam Strait

C. Bering Strait (Answer)

D. Java Strait

Who is known as Napoleon of Asia

A. Hemu Bekal

B. Tipu Sultan

C. Nadir Shah (Answer)

D. Chandra Bose

Which poet is called Romi of Kashmir

A. Hashim Shah

B. Syed Bulleh Shah

C. Syed Waris Shah

D.MianMohammad Bakhsh (Answer)

Which of the following female mosquito is the cause of Dengue fever

A. Aedes Aegypteis (Answer)

B. Anophilies

C. Barinohils

D. N.O.A

Which is the most famous brand of the world

A. Nokia

B. Coca cola (Answer)

C. Micro software

D. None of these

How many years after the diagnosis of HIV AIDS will a man die

A. 8 years

B. 6 years

C. 4 years

D.2 years (Answer)

There are top 10 populous countries in the world and Pakistan is on——— number

A. 3rd

B. 4th

C. 5th

D.6th (Answer)

Hundred years War fought between

A. Germany and Japan

B. America and England

C. England and France (Answer)

D. South Korea and America

Which is second most beautiful Capital in the World

A. Paris

B. London

C. Bankok

D.Islamabad (Answer)

How many time Australia has hosted the Commonwealth Games

A. 4 times

B. 7 times

C. 3 times

D.5 times (Answer)

Kalidas was a famous poet of —— language.

A. Hindi

B. Bengali

C. Sanskrit (Answer)

D. Sindhi

D. None

National juice of Pakistan is ————-.

A. Mango juice

B. Orange juice

C. Apple juice

D.Sugarcane juice (Answer)

D. Strawberry juice

The world‟s most famous physicist, Stephen Hawking has ———- children‟s

A. 1

B. 3 (Answer)

C. 4

D. 5

Headquarters of Interpol is located in ————-

A. Vienna, Austria

B. New york, USA

C. London, UK

D.Lyon, France (Answer)

Swat Valley is situated in the mountain range of———

A. Hindukush (Answer)

B. Karakorum

C. Himalayas

D. None of the above

President of Pakistan announced new medal on 23 march 2018 named as ———

A. Sitara-e- Juraat

B. Tamgha-e-Amtiaz

C. Nishaan-e-Haider

D.Tamgha-e-Azam (Answer)

Cyprus is an island in the———-

A. Mediterranean Sea (Answer)

B. South China Sea C. Red Sea

D. Caribbean Sea.

Bering Strait separates Asia from———

A. America (Answer)

B. Australia

C. Africa

D. None of the above

one Alexandria is a seaport of———

A. Greece

B. Germany

C. Iran

D.Egypt (Answer)

Red sea is between————

A. Arabia and Africa (Answer)

B. Germany and Scandinavia

C. China and Japan

D. Turkey and Russia

Sea of Japan‟ is famous for————

A. Oil Reserves

B. Icebergs in water

C. Fishing Area (Answer)

D. Mineral Water

Thai airway is the airline of———


B. Singapore

C. Thailand (Answer)

D. China

Silk Air is the airline of which country———-


B. Singapore (Answer)


D. China

The Pressence of Lion in Forest is essential in order to —————-

A. Control ecology of forest

B. Rule the Jungle

C. Save the Animals the importantpasture from being overgrazed (Answer)

How many Pakistani blue helmets have embraced martyrdom while serving under the UN umbrella.

A. 150

B. 156 (Answer)

C. 160

D. 165

Quaid-e-Azam first wife died in ——

A. 1893 (Answer)

B. 1894

C. 1895

D. 1896

——- was the first wife of Quaid-e-Azam

A. Sakshi bai

B. Ratan bai

C. Emibai (Answer)

D. None

Which Chief Justice of Pakistan died in office, 9 days after taking oath

A. Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry

B. Sir Abdul Rashid

C. Muhammad Shahabuddin (Answer)

D. Mohammad Haleem

What is the full name of the UK

A. United Kingdom

B. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland

C. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Answer)

D. United Kingdom of the British Isles

What is the height of the wicket used in the game of cricket—

A. 26 inches (66 cm)

B. 27 inches (68.6 cm)

C. 28 inches (71.12 cm) (Answer)

D. 29 inches (73.7 cm)

Which of the following Island group named as „Sandwich Island‟

A. Hawaii Island (Answer)

B. Falkland Islands

C. Greenland

D. Tuvalu

The Indus Valley Civilization specialized in——-

A. Town Planning (Answer)

B. Architecture

C. Craftsmanship

D. All of these

Blood which heart pumps to lungs is———-

A. deoxygenated blood (Answer)

B. lymph fluid

C. atria blood

D. oxygenated blood

ICC was founded in the year———

A. 1905 B. 1910

C. 1909 (Answer)

D. 1914

The first Persian newspaper was——-

A. Persian News

B. Jam-i-Jahan Numa

C. AL-Hilal

D.Mirat-ul-Akhbar (Answer)

International Cricket Council (ICC) headquarters is located in———-

A. Dubai (Answer)


C. China

D. Australia

Who is the National Poet of Afghanistan

A. Amir crore

B. Khushal khan khattak (Answer)

C. Rehman Baba

D. None of these

TAPI gas Pipeliine stands for 

A. Tajikistan, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India

B. Turkey, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India

C. Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India (Answer)

D. None of the above

K2 is also known as

A. Goodwin Austin

B. Chogori

C. Killer mountain

D.A & B (Answer)

8 March is observed internationally as

A. Women’s Day (Answer)

B. World Water Day

C. World Health Day

D. Human Rights Day

“Taipei” is the capital of———-

A. Tanzania

B. Vietnam

C. Taiwan (Answer)

D. Togo

Which of the following country are called “Land of free peoples”

A. Thailand (Answer)

B. Japan

C. Norway

D. Canada

Sunlight is composed of———

A. Three colours

B. six colours

C. seven colours (Answer)

D. eight colours

Harrappa near Sahiwal was centre of———

A. Greek civilization

B. Persian civilization

C. Muslim civilization

D.Indus valley civilization (Answer)

After Pashtun which is the second largest ethnic group of Afghanistan

A. Uzbek

B. Baluch

C. Tajik (Answer)

D. Hazaras

“FREE TOWN” is the capital of————-

A. Somalia

B. Slovenia

C. Cuba

D.Sierra Leone (Answer)

Dushanbe is the capital of———-

A. Tajikistan (Answer)

B. Ukraine

C. kazakhistan

D. Turkmenistan

Corbillion Cup is given in the game of————

A. Golf B. Squash

C. Table Tennis (Answer)

D. None of these

The Highest papulation growth rate among the following countries is in———

A. Bangladesh (Answer)

B. India

C. China

D. Srilanka

Asian developement bank was established in

A. 1964

B. 1966 (Answer)

C. 1968

D. 1970

Which continent has no desert

A. Europe (Answer)

B. N.America

C. S.America

D. Australia

Who was the founder of HAMAS in 1987

A. Sheikh Ahmed yassin (Answer)

B. Yasser arafat

C. Abdul majeed

D. Zulfiqar Ali

The———used in the Construction of the Burj Khalifa weighs the same as five A380 aircraft

A. Nikal

B. Aluminium (Answer)

C. Silicon

D. Silver

Last specie white Rhino died on——— in Sudan

A. 06 March,2018

B. 12 March,2018 (Answer)

C. 19 March,2018

D. 24 March,2018

Helvetia is the old name of———

A. Indonesia

B. Veitnam

C. Italy

D.Switzerland (Answer)

What does the Roman Numeral C represents 

A. 1000

B. 100 (Answer)

C. 50

D. None of the above

What is the full form of NADRA

A. National Digital and Registration Authority

B. National Database and Registration Authority (Answer)

C. National Dues and Regulation Authority

D. None of the above

ISI stands for———-

A. International Service Intelligence

B. Inter Security Intelligence

C. International Security Institution

D.Inter Services Intelligence. (Answer)

The highest civil award is———-

A. Nishan-e-Imtiaz

B. Nishan-e-Sadarat

C. Nishan-e-Hyder.

D.Nishan-e-Pakistan (Answer)

Nabi tajima became the oldest woman in japan in———-

A. 15 September 2012

B. 15 September 2013

C. 15 September 2014

D.27 September 2015 (Answer)

World‟s oldest person (woman) From japan,was died on 21-april-2018, at the age of 117 was——

A. Junko tabie

B. Shazia iqbal

C. Jeane calmete

D.Nabi tajima (Answer)

World food day is internationally observed on —————.

A. October 16 (Answer)

B. October 17

C. October 18

D. October 19

Herodotus is called ——————.

A. Father of Physics

B. Father of Comedy

C. Father of History (Answer)

D. Father of Chemistry

D. Father of Biology

————— book is written on the life of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan.

A. Spirit of Islam

B. Aab-e- Hayat

C. Hayat-e-jawaid (Answer)

D. Pir-e-Kamil

The world‟s largest Cargo aircraft,Antonov AN-225 Mriya, made it‟s first landing in karachi for refueling on——

A. 18 april 2018

B. 19 april 2018

C. 20 april 2018 (Answer)

D. 21 april 2018


World General Knowledge Questions

How many points are there in badminton

A. 11

B. 21 (Answer)

C. 31

D. 41

World immunization day is being celebrated on————

A. November 10 (Answer)

B. November 15

C. November 20

D. November 25

Arab spring movement in the Middle East countries started from which country

A. Tunis (Answer)

B. Egypt

C. Syria

D. Sudan

Brazuca was the official match ball of FIFA World Cup 2014. Bazuca means

A. Success with Unity

B. Brazilian Culture

C. Grave Culture

D.Our Fellow (Answer)

“Tehrir square” also known as “Martyr Square” is located in———

A. Turkey

B. Syria

C. Egypt (Answer)

D. Tunis

Silicon Valley is a nickname for the southern portion of San Francisco Bay area in the northern part of U.S state of————

A. Alaska

B. Newyork

C. California (Answer)

D. Michigan

The Hanging Gardens is located in ———

A. Egypt

B. Iraq (Babylon) (Answer)

C. Iran

D. Jordan

The Statue of Liberty was a gift to USA from which of the following Country

A. Greece

B. Great Britain

C. France (Answer)

D. Italy

First Pakistani to hit century in T20 International cricket was ————.

A. Imran Nazir

B. Kamran Akmal

C. Ahmad Shahzad (Answer)

D. Shahid Afridi

The Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority (ERRA) was established on October 24————-

A. 2004 B. 2005 (Answer)

C. 2006

D. 2007

Ipoh is a city in—————

A. Indonesia

B. Malaysia (Answer)

C. China

D. South Korea

Taurus mountains are located in

A. Pakistan

B. Turkey (Answer)

C. Afghanistan

D. Nepal

The depth of the Mariana Trench is ———- meters.

A. 10,011

B. 10,411

C. 10,611

D.10,994 (Answer)

Which is the Second Largest Landlocked Country in the World

A. Kazakhstan

B. Azerbaijan

C. Mangolia (Answer)

D. Uzbekistan

Which is called “The valley of ten thousand smokes”

A. Texas

B. California

C. Alaska (Answer)

D. Arizona

The World‟s longest glacier “Lambert” is located in———

A. Asia

B. Europe

C. Africa

D.Antarctica (Answer)

The World‟s highest dam “Nurek” is located in

A. Azerbaijan

B. Tajikistan (Answer)

C. Kazakhstan

D. Uzbekistan

—— member of SAARC has largest literacy rate.

A. Maldives (Answer)

B. Sri Lanka

C. India

D. Bangladesh

Pakistan is the — largest cotton grower in the world.

A. 4th

B. 5th (Answer)

C. 6th

D. 7th

The highest peak of Africa is ——–

A. Mt. Elbrus

B. Mt. Kilimanjaro (Answer)

C. Mt. Everest

D. Mt. Blanc

Which of the following Crops is the largest consumer of Water

A. Rice

B. Sugarcane (Answer)

C. Wheat

D. Pulses

Which city is called “The city of silent thoroughfares”

A. Amsterdam

B. Venice (Answer)

C. Paris

D. Stockholm

Which Country is Called “Land of mighty rivers”

A. Egypt

B. India


D.Nigeria (Answer)

Tim Paine is the ——-Test captain of Australia

A. 45

B. 46 (Answer)

C. 49

D. 51

Commonwealth Secretary General Patricia Scotland is —— by Profession

A. Doctor

B. Engineer

C. Painter

D.Barrister (Answer)

Which among the following does not belong to seven new wonders of the world

A. Taj Mahal of Agra

B. Pyramid at Chichen Itza

C. Ruins of Petra

D.The Eiffel Tower in Paris (Answer)

Who designed Statue of Christ – The Redeemer

A. Anna Levinson

B. Apostolos Vellios

C. Heitor de Silva Costa (Answer)

D. Olena Shurkhno

Who built Machu Picchu

A. Atahualpa

B. Huayna Capac

C. Pachacutec (Answer)

D. Viracocha Inca

Who built the Pharos of Alexandria

A. Dinocrates

B. Eudoxus of Cnidus

C. Mausolus

D.Sostratus of Cnidus (Answer)

The height of Burj Khalifa is———

A. 828 metres (Answer)

B. 820 metres

C. 815 metres

D. None of the above

Which is called the first wonder of the world

A. The Pyramids of Egypt (Answer)

B. The Hanging Gardens of Babylon

C. The Tomb of Mausolus

D. The Colossus of Rhodes

Which city is called “Gateway of India”

A. Mumbai (Answer)

B. Dehli

C. Kalcutta

D. Hyderabad Deccan

Which country is called “Land of snow”

A. Switzerland

B. Netherlands

C. Canada (Answer)

D. Ireland

Which City is called “Valley of flowers”

A. Peshawar (Answer)

B. Quetta

C. Lahore

D. Karachi

Which city is called “Golden city”

A. London

B. Mumbai

C. Colombo

D.Johannesburg (Answer)

Which city is called “the city of conferences”

A. Newyork

B. Geneva (Answer)

C. Washington. DC

D. London

Which country is called “Land of Lilies”

A. Canada (Answer)


C. Mexico


Which City is called “City of Eternal Springs”

A. Geneva

B. Berlin

C. London

D.Quito (Answer)

Which Country is called “Land of Amber”

A. Lithuania (Answer)

B. Bolivia

C. Canada

D. India

Which Country is called “Great Britain of Pacific”

A. Taiwan

B. NewZealand

C. Japan (Answer)

D. Brunai

Which Country is called “Crossroads of Western Europe”

A. Belgium (Answer)

B. Norway

C. England

D. Switzerland

Which Country is called “Isle of pearls”

A. Iran

B. Bahrain (Answer)

C. Iraq

D. Syria

——–is the key to the Mediterranean Sea

A. Spain

B. Egypt

C. Bab-ul-Maneb

D.Gibraltar (Answer)

How many General seats each province have in the Senate

A. 14 (Answer)

B. 16

C. 18

D. 20

Which Country is called “Land of Fertile Fields”

A. Algeria (Answer)

B. Luanda

C. Nigeria

D. Greenland

Which Ocean is Called “Herring Pond”

A. Atlantic Ocean (Answer)

B. Pacific Ocean

C. Arctic Ocean

D. Indian Ocean

FATA has ——- seats for women in National Assembly.

A. 0 (Answer)

B. 3

C. 5

D. 7

Term and tenure of Senate membership is —— years.

A. 4 years

B. 5 years

C. 6 years (Answer)

D. 7 years

Which conutry is called “Switzerland of Africa”

A. Egypt

B. Somalia

C. Swaziland (Answer)

D. Algeria

Which Country is called “Land of milk and honey”

A. Lebanon (Answer)

B. Iraq

C. Syria

D. India

Which conutry is called “Land of protease”

A. Australia

B. NewZealand

C. South Africa (Answer)

D. Zimbabwe

Which country is called “Venice of the North———

A. Stockholm (Answer)

B. Britain

C. Austria

D. Netherland

Where is the official residence of Prime Minister of Sri Lanka

A. Temple Trees (Answer)

B. Queen’s Land

C. Blue House

D. Elysee Palace

Which Country is called “Thunderbolt of Asia”

A. Thailand

B. Bhutan (Answer)

C. China

D. Taiwan

———- is the branch of physical geography dealing with the formation and features of mountains.

A. Orography (Answer)

B. Cartography

C. Palaeogeography

D. Oceanography

The name of famous clown at Food chain McDonald‟s name is ————

A. Asa Candler

B. Col. Harland Sanders

C. Ronald McDonald (Answer)

D. Ray Kroc

Bagram is an airbase of USA situated in———-

A. Afghanistan (Answer)

B. Pakistan

C. Somalia

D. Kazakhstan

Vatican city in which the Pope lives is a city that lies in ———

A. Germany

B. France

C. Italy (Answer)

D. Belgium

Hegel was a ——— Philosopher

A. French

B. German (Answer)

C. Italian

D. Swedish

Black Pool is a ———- in England

A. Hotel

B. Tower

C. Resort (Answer)

D. Island

Moseley Road Baths are located in ——

A. UK (Answer)

B. Iran

C. Afghanistan

D. India

Pakistan played first test match in ————.

A. 1951

B. 1952 (Answer)

C. 1953

D. 1954

D. 1955

How many High Courts of Pakistan are there

A. 4

B. 5 (Answer)

C. 6

D. 7

World Happiness Inde

x was first time published in year —

A. 2009 B. 2010

C. 2012 (Answer)

D. 2013

World Press Freedom Prize was established in ——- by United Nations‟ cultural body UNESCO‟s.

A. 1993

B. 1995

C. 1997 (Answer)

D. 1999

Working boundary is the border between Pakistan and————

A. India

B. Afghanistan

C. Iran

D.Indian-occupied Kashmir (Answer)

Ghana is the new name of———

A. Diamond coast

B. Gold coast (Answer)

C. Silver coast

D. Black coast

Habsha is the old name of———

A. Ethiopia (Answer)

B. Zaire

C. Uganda

D. Nigeria

What is a basin

A. High area of land

B. Deep area of River

C. Lower area of land (Answer)

D. None of These

The International Anti-Corruption Day (IACD) is observed annually across the world on——-

A. 1st January

B. 9th December (Answer)

C. 9th January

D. 1st February

ODI stands for———

A. One Day International (Answer)

B. Overseas Development Institute

C. Oracle Data Integrator (Oracle

D. Office for Disability

Issues Panda is found in which country

A. Nepal

B. Bhutan

C. India

D.China (Answer)

The world‟s oldest Lake is———

A. Lake Baikal (Answer)

B. Lake Superior

C. Lake Victoria

D. Great Bear Lake

What is „Big Ben‟

A. A galaxy of stars on the sky

B. The world’s highest tower in Tokyo

C. The World’s first railway engine

D.Clock at British parliament building (Answer)

Who was the first viceroy of India

A. Lord ripon

B. Lord canning (Answer)

C. Lord curzon

D. Lord mayo

Total length of Great wall of china is————

A. 21,196 kilometers (Answer)

B. 29,300 kilometers

C. 35,255 kilometers

D. 41,911 kilometers

Napoleon Bonaparte was the king of———

A. France (Answer)

B. Italy

C. Russia

D. Spain

Pakistan lost the cricket world cup final in ————

A. 1992

B. 1996

C. 1999 (Answer)

D. 2003

National hero of Pakistan is —————.

A. Major Aziz bhatti

B. Abdul Salam

C. Quaid e Azam (Answer)

D. Muhammad bin Qasim

D. None

The term length for mayor is ——- years.

A. 3

B. 4 (Answer)

C. 5

D. 6

Members in KPK assembly are ———.

A. 122

B. 123

C. 124 (Answer)

D. 125

D. None



GK General Awareness Questions with Answers

10 downing street is the official residence of the prime Minister of which country

A. UK (Answer)


C. Russia

D. France

Favourite place for Hollywood film production is

A. Virginia

B. Los Angeles (Answer)

C. Hawaii

D. New Jersey

A system of wind in which wind blows spirally toward the center of low pressure is called

A. Quasars

B. Cyclone (Answer)

C. Meteors

D. Comets

A piece of land surrounded by water on three sides is called

A. Bay

B. Peninsula (Answer)

C. Erosion

D. Lagoon

Which state of USA is called the mother of president

A. Texas

B. Virginia (Answer)

C. California

D. Florida

TA stands for

A. Territorial army

B. Travelling allowance

C. Teaching academy

D.A & B (Answer)

AU stands for

A. Astronomical unit

B. African union

C. Arithmetic unit

D.All (Answer)

ATC stands for

A. Anti terrorism court

B. Air traffic control

C. Arithmetic table calculator

D.A & B (Answer)

AM stands for

A. Amplitude modulation

B. Ante meridian

C. Ampere measurement

D.A & B (Answer)

Before independence Kosovo was the part of 

A. Albania

B. Serbia (Answer)

C. Yugoslavia

D. Bulgaria

Before independence East Timor was the part of 

A. Malaysia

B. Taiwan

C. Indonesia (Answer)

D. Thailand

Name the longest rail tunnel of the world

A. Rokko (Japan)

B. Channel (UK)

C. Shimizu (Japan)

D.Seikan (Japan) (Answer)

Which country discovered Cricket

A. Australia

B. South Africa

C. England (Answer)

D. W Indies

The General Assembly meets every year in regular sessions beginning every year in 

A. November

B. October

C. September (Answer)

D. December

Name the river in the world which carries the maximum volume of water

A. Amazon (Answer)

B. Nile C. Indus

D. Mississippi

ECP stands for ———

A. Engineering committee of Pakistan

B. Election Commission of Pakistan (Answer)

C. Economic commission of Pakistan

D. Economic council of Pakistan

Which country has won the most Olympic titles

A. USA (Answer)

B. Russia

C. France

D. China

Which is considered as parliament of world 

A. Cortes

B. National Assembly

C. Parliament

D.UN General Assembly (Answer)

Temporary members of the Security Council of the UNO are elected for the term of 

A. Four Year

B. Two Year (Answer)

C. One Year

D. Three Year

Who wrote “The sun also rises”

A. D.H.Lawrence

B. Hemingway (Answer)

C. Voctoria Schofield

D. T.S.Eliot

Philology is the study of ———

A. Languages (Answer)

B. Muscles

C. Architecture

D. Bones

What is the sweetest language in the world

A. English

B. Spanish

C. Bengali (Answer)

D. Urdu

D. Russian

What is the most beautiful language in the world

A. Italian

B. Spanish

C. English

D.French (Answer)

D. Russian

—— language is named the world‟s “most influential language”.

A. Urdu

B. Chinese

C. French

D.English (Answer)

D. Spanish

What language is the official language in the most countries

A. Spanish

B. English (Answer)

C. Arabic

D. Chinese

D. French

What is the most popular second language in the world

A. China

B. Spanish

C. English (Answer)

D. French

What is the most widely spoken language in the world

A. Hindi

B. Spanish

C. English

D.Chinese (Answer)

D. Bengali

What country has three official languages

A. France

B. Japan

C. South Africa

D.Belgium (Answer)

D. Nepal

Which player has the highest T20 individual score for Pakistan

A. Babar Azam

B. Ahmed shahzad (Answer)

C. Misbah-ul-haq

D. Umar Akmal

Which player has the highest test individual score for Pakistan

A. Azhar Ali

B. Hanif Muhammad (Answer)

C. Inzamam-ul-haq

D. Younis khan

Which player has the highest T20 individual score

A. H Masakadza

B. Chris Gayle (Answer)

C. A lyth

D. BB Mccullum

Which player has the highest test individual score

A. ML hayden

B. Brian Lara (Answer)

C. GS Sobers

D. DPMD Jayawardene

Which player has the highest ODI individual score

A. Martin Guptil

B. Rohit Sharma (Answer)

C. Virender Sehwag

D. Chris Gayle

Who has made most number of runs in ODI cricket for Pakistan

A. Saeed Anwar

B. Inzamam-ul-haq (Answer)

C. Shahid Afridi

D. M.Yousaf

Who has made the most number of runs in test cricket for Pakistan

A. Javeed Miandad

B. Younis khan (Answer)

C. Inzamam-ul-haq

D. M.Yousaf

Who has made the most number of runs in ODI cricket

A. Kumar Sangakkara

B. Sachin Tendulkar (Answer)

C. Ricky Ponting

D. Sanath Jayasuriya

Who has made the most number of runs in test cricket

A. Ricky Ponting

B. Sachin Tendulkar (Answer)

C. Jacques Kallis

D. Rahul Dravid

Who has taken highest number of wickets in T20 cricket for Pakistan

A. Umar Gul

B. Shahid Afridi (Answer)

C. Saeed ajmal

D. Sohail Tanvir

Who has taken highest number of wickets in ODI cricket for Pakistan

A. Imran khan

B. Wasim Akram (Answer)

C. Waqar Younis

D. Shahid Afridi

Who has taken highest number of wickets in Test cricket for Pakistan

A. Imran khan

B. Wasim Akram (Answer)

C. Waqar Younis

D. Danish Kaneria

Who has taken highest number of wickets in T20 cricket

A. Umar Gul

B. Shahid Afridi (Answer)

C. Lasith Malinga

D. Saeed Ajmal

Who has taken highest number of wickets in Test cricket

A. Wasim Akram

B. Muttiah muralitharan (Answer)

C. Shane Warne

D. Anil Kumble

Who has taken highest number of wickets in ODI cricket

A. Wasim Akram

B. Muttiah muralitharan (Answer)

C. Chaminda vaas

D. Shaun pollock

Which of the following country has won the first edition of hockey championship trophy

A. Pakistan (Answer)

B. Australia


D. Srilanka

Which cricket team is called “The proteas”

A. Australia

B. New Zealand

C. England

D.South Africa (Answer)

D. West Indies

Which cricket team is called “The Green Shirts”

A. Pakistan (Answer)

B. South Africa

C. Sri Lanka

D. India

D. Bangladesh

Which cricket team is called “The Kangaroos”

A. Australia (Answer)

B. New Zealand

C. England

D. South Africa

D. West Indies

Which of the following cricket team has not qualified in World Cup final so far

A. West Indies

B. Sri Lanka

C. South Africa (Answer)

D. New Zealand

NFC stands for General Knowledge

A. National Finance Conference

B. National Finance Committee

C. National Finance Commission (Answer)

D. National Finance Counsel

Which of the following is the strongest currency in the world

A. Kuwaiti dinar (Answer)


C. Omani riyal

D. USA dollar

Which of the following country has “Ruble” as it‟s currency

A. Tajikistan

B. Belarus

C. Russia

D.All of the above (Answer)

Which of the following countries has “Rupee” as it‟s currency

A. Pakistan & India

B. Nepal & Srilanka

C. Seychelles

D. A & B E.All of the above (Answer)

Which of the following country has “Australian dollar” as it‟s currency

A. Australia

B. Nauru

C. Marianad

D. Kiribati E.All (Answer)

Which of the following country is the smallest by population after Vatican city

A. Tuvalu (Answer)

B. Palau

C. San Marino

D. Monaco

Which of the following country is the smallest by area

A. Vatican city (Answer)

B. Monaco

C. Nauru

D. Tuvalu

Which of the following country has “Rand” as it‟s currency

A. S. Africa

B. Namibia

C. Zambia

D.A & B (Answer)

Which of the following country has it‟s capital name same as country‟s name

A. Macau

B. Singapore

C. Vatican city

D. B & C E.All (Answer)

Theresa May is the prime minister of which country

A. UK (Answer)


C. Germany

D. Poland

Lime is the capital of which country

A. Peru (Answer)

B. Surinam

C. Bolivia

D. Haiti

Tripoli is the capital of which country

A. Libya (Answer)

B. Malawi

C. Mali

D. Rwanda

Which country has it‟s parliament named as “National congress”

A. Argentina

B. Brazil

C. Bolivia

D. Venezuela E.All (Answer)

Which of the following country has rose as its national flower

A. Iran



D.All (Answer)

Which of the following country has lion as its emblem

A. Netherlands

B. Norway

C. Belgium

D. Srilanka E.All (Answer)

FATF stands for General Knowledge

A. Federal Agency Task Force

B. Financial Authority Task Forum

C. Financial Action Task Force (Answer)

D. Federal Action Task Forum

Which country has the largest army

A. India


C. China (Answer)

D. Russia

Which country suffered the maximum in world war 2nd 

A. Japan (Answer)

B. Germany

C. Russia

D. France

What was the real name of Shah WaliUllah

A. Ahmad (Answer)

B. Mohsin

C. Ismail

D. Ahsan

PkMAP stands for General Knowledge

A. Pakhtunkhwa Mutahida Awami Party

B. Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (Answer)

C. Pakhtunkhwa Mohajir Awami Party

D. Pakhtunkhwa Muslim Awami Party

How many seats presently FATA has in National Assembly

A. 10

B. 12 (Answer)

C. 14

D. 16

Which city is called “The Modern Babylon”

A. London (Answer)

B. Amsterdam

C. Berlin

D. Paris

Height of Statue of liberty is———-

A. 73 m

B. 93 m (Answer)

C. 54 m

D. 97 m

Third battle of Panipat began on ———.

A. January 14, 1761 (Answer)

B. January 14, 1762

C. January 14, 1763

D. January 14, 1764

Second battle of Panipat began on ———.

A. November 5, 1554

B. November 5, 1555

C. November 5, 1556 (Answer)

D. November 5, 1557

First battle of Panipat began on ———.

A. April 21, 1524

B. April 21, 1525

C. April 21, 1526 (Answer)

D. April 21, 1527

The official residence of President of Kyrgyzstan is ———-.

A. Blue House

B. White House (Answer)

C. Chitralada Palace

D. Temple Trees

Which Police Force Officially inducted World‟s first Operational Robot Police Officer

A. Dubai (Answer)

B. Venice

C. Newyork

D. Shanghai

What is the name of Pakistan‟s research station in Antarctica

A. Maitri Research Station

B. Jinnah Research Station (Answer)

C. Iqbal Research Station

D. None of these

Which city became the first in the World to have its own Microsoft Font

A. Dubai (Answer)

B. Newyork

C. Shanghai

D. Tokyo

———– is the official residence of President of Sri Lanka.

A. Elysee Palace

B. Temple Trees

C. President’s House (Answer)

D. None

ICC stands for ————.

A. International cricket conference

B. International cricket council (Answer)

C. International cricket club

D. International cricket coalition


GK MCQs with answers

M9 is the motorway b/w ———

A. Faisalabad to Multan

B. Hyderabad to Karachi (Answer)

C. Multan to Sukkur

D. Karachi

Northern Bypass M8 is the motorway b/w ———

A. Ratodero to Karachi

B. Ratodero to Gawadar (Answer)

C. Ratodero to DG khan

D. Lahore to Sialkot

M2 is the motorway b/w ———

A. Multan to Sukkur

B. Islamabad to Lahore (Answer)

C. Karachi to Hyderabad

D. Lahore to Sialkot

1 is the motorway b/w ——

A. Lahore to Islamabad

B. Peshawar to Islamabad (Answer)

C. Faisalabad to Multan

IMF stands for ———-

A. Infant Mortality Foundation

B. International Management Forum C. International Monetary Fund (Answer)

D. International Machine Foundation

RO stands for ————

A. Registered Ordered

B. Returning Officer (Answer)

C. Registered Officer

D. Research Office

was the last ruler of Lodi dynasty 

A. Bahlol Lodi

B. Sikandar Lodi

C. Ibrahim Lodi (Answer)

D. Daulat Khan Lodi

GDP stands for ——

A. Global Demand for Production

B. Global Petroleum Corporation

C. Gross Domestic Product (Answer)

D. General Demand for Production

CTD stands for ————

A. Capital Training Department

B. Central Travelling Department

C. Counter Training Department

D.Counter Terrorism Department (Answer)

Which is the world‟s largest man-made lake by volume

A. Lake Guri

B. Lake Nasser

C. Bratsk Reservoir

D.Lake Kariba (Answer)

Whih is world‟s largest non-subglacial underground lake

A. Craighead Caverns

B. Dragon’s Breath Cave (Answer)

C. Moqua Well

D. Sovetskaya Lake

Which is world‟s smallest underground lake

A. Craighead Caverns

B. Dragon’s Breath Cave

C. Moqua Well (Answer)

D. Sovetskaya Lake

What is Current Share of Pakistan in World Population

A. 2.20%

B. 2.30%

C. 2.40%

D.2.63% (Answer)

What is expected construction cost of barakah power plant in Abu Dhabi

A. $20 billion USD

B. $22 billion USD

C. $24.4 billion USD (Answer)

D. None of above

According to clause 224 of the Constitution, elections for the national and provincial assemblies are to be held within —— days following the day the term of the assemblies expires.

A. 40

B. 50

C. 60 (Answer)

D. 70

Under which section of the Elections Act, 2017, the president holds the authority to announce the date for elections in consultation with the ECP

A. Section 56 (1)

B. Section 57 (1) (Answer)

C. Section 58 (1)

D. Section 59 (1)

Who holds the authority to announce the date for elections in consultation with the ECP

A. Prime Minister

B. President (Answer)

C. Supreme Court

D. Both A & B

The founder of the first Afghan dynasty in India was 

A. Sikandar Lodi

B. Ibrahim Lodi

C. Bahlol Lodi (Answer)

D. None of these

ECG is used for the diagnosis of ailment of the

A. Kidneys

B. Heart (Answer)

C. Brain

D. Lungs

Dialysis is used for the treatment of 

A. Heart Weakness

B. Brain diseases

C. Kidney failure (Answer)

D. None of these

In railway tracks, a small gap is left between the rails 

A. To permit the shrinkage of metal

B. To save the cost of metal

C. To allow for the expansion during heat (Answer)

D. None of them

“Amir Krore” was the first poet of

A. Balochi B. Pushto (Answer)

C. Sindhi

D. Kashmiri

The tallest tree in the world is 

A. Redwood (Answer)

B. Eucalyptus

C. Cedar

D. Date palm

Which format of cricket has no world cup



B. Test (Answer)

C. T20

D. None

T20 cricket world cup is held once in every ————-.

A. Three year

B. Two year (Answer)

C. Four year

D. Five year

ODI cricket world cup is held once in every ————-.

A. Three year

B. Two year

C. Four year (Answer)

D. Five year

“State of Denial” book is written by ————-.

A. Bob Woodward (Answer)

B. Jean-Jacques Rousseau

C. Thompson, J.W. and S.K Padover

D. None of these

Which is the smallest ocean of the world

A. Atlantic

B. Pacific

C. Indian

D.Arctic (Answer)

PMD stands for General Knowledge

A. Pakistan Medical Department

B. Pakistan Metropolitan Department C. Pakistan Meteorological Department (Answer)

D. Pakistan

Mediocre Department Which country does not have any mosquitoes

A. Ireland

B. Switzerland

C. Iceland (Answer)

D. Belgium

How many players a team have in volleyball game

A. 5

B. 7

C. 6 (Answer)

D. 8

Which of the following is the type of indoor game

A. Squash

B. Billiards

C. Chess

D. Table tennis

E.All of the above (Answer)

Ping pong is another name of which sport

A. Volleyball

B. Table tennis (Answer)

C. Yatching

D. Rowing

Which of the following hemisphere is more populated

A. Southern

B. Northern (Answer)

C. Eastern

D. Western

How many hemispheres does earth have

A. 3

B. 2

C. 4 (Answer)

D. 6

What is the only continent that lies in all four hemispheres

A. Asia

B. Africa (Answer)

C. Europe

D. Australia

Which of the following country has world‟s largest note

A. Phillipines (Answer)

B. Russia

C. France

D. Argentina

Which of the following country has the world‟s smallest note

A. Romania (Answer)

B. Iran

C. Seychelles

D. Tajikistan

The first bank note was originated in China. What was it know as at the time of invention

A. Papernote

B. Flying money (Answer)

C. Currency

D. Banknote

Mostly bank notes in the world are made of what

A. Paper

B. Cotton (Answer)

C. Plastic

D. Cellulose

Which of the following is the word‟s oldest currency

A. Euro

B. British pound sterling (Answer)

C. Japanese yen

D. U.S dollar

Which of the following is the most traded currency in the world

A. U.S dollar (Answer)

B. Euro

C. Japanese yen

D. British pound

Which of the following is the weakest currency in the world

A. Iranian Rial (Answer)

B. Vietnamese Dong

C. Indonesian Rupiah

D. Guinean Franc

ABC stands for

A. Atomic, biological & chemical

B. Audit bureau of circulation

C. American broadcasting company

D.All (Answer)

Who is the only cricket team to win their inaugural test match

A. Australia (Answer)

B. Pakistan

C. Ireland

D. India

Over —- % of Africans are under the age of 25.

A. 20

B. 30

C. 40

D.50 (Answer)

D. 60

HRC stands for General Knowledge

A. Human Rights Committee

B. Human Rights Conference

C. Human Rights Cell (Answer)

D. Human Rights Cooperation

“Siachen Glacier” is situated in——-

A. Hindu Kush

B. Sulaiman

C. Pamir

D.Karakorum (Answer)

Full form of NICL is

A. National insurance cost limited

B. National insurance company limited (Answer)

C. National independent company limited

D. National independent cost limited

OIC stands for General Knowledge

A. Organization of Islamic Conference

B. Organization of Islamic Committee

C. Organization of Islamic Cell

D.Organization of Islamic Cooperation (Answer)

Yousaf Saleem has been appointed Pakistan‟s first blind civil judge of ——— court.

A. Supreme Court

B. Islamabad High Court

C. Lahore High Court (Answer)

D. Karachi High Court ——

became Pakistan‟s first blind civil judge of Lahore High Court.

A. Sajid Saleem

B. Kamran Saleem

C. Yousaf Saleem (Answer)

D. Umar Saleem

There are — countries in Africa.

A. 35

B. 43

C. 54 (Answer)

D. 59

IED stands for General Knowledge

A. Installed Explosive Device

B. Implanted Explosive Device

C. Improvised Explosive Device (Answer)

D. Instantaneous Explosive Device

China‟s biggest e-commerce company is

A. Baidu

B. Alibaba (Answer)

C. Daraz

D. Amazon

PTM stands for General Knowledge

A. Pashtun Tajir Movement

B. Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement (Answer)

C. Pashtun Tehreek Movement

D. Pashtun Tribe Movement

Who is the leader of PTM

A. Amjad Pashteen

B. Siraj Pashteen

C. Manzoor Pashteen (Answer)

D. Mehsood Pashteen

HDI stands for General Knowledge

A. Human Development Infrastructure

B. Human Development Industry

C. Human Development Index (Answer)

D. Human Development Institute

Athens is the new name of ———-

A. Greece

B. Athinai (Answer)

C. Cyprus

D. Rome

D. Germany

Where is world‟s first ATM machine located in ———

A. Enfield, North London (Answer)

B. Manchester, East London

C. Essex, West London

D. None of these

Who is the world‟s longest reigning living monarch

A. King Bhumibol Adulyadej

B. Prince Charles

C. Queen Elizabeth II (Answer)

D. None of these

Elysee Palace is the official residence of the president of———


B. Brazil

C. Sweden

D. France (Answer)

National Saint of Pakistan is ————————.

A. Lal Shahbaz Qalandar

B. Abdullah Shah Ghazi

C. Moinuddin Chisti

D.Fariduddin Ganj shakar (Answer)

Which country is called “The Land of White Elephants”

A. Italy

B. Germany

C. Thailand (Answer)

D. South Africa

Which country is called “Rainbow Nation”

A. Australia


C. Mexico

D.South Africa (Answer)

Which country has the highest number of official languages

A. Japan

B. South Africa

C. Zimbabwe (Answer)

D. Spain

D. Canada

Which country has eleven official languages

A. China

B. Indonesia

C. Germany

D.South Africa (Answer)

What is Archipelago

A. A group of separate islands

B. A group of inter-connected islands (Answer)

C. Island having no trees

D. None

Where is the Attock Refinery

A. Attock

B. Rawalpindi (Answer)

C. Swat

D. Peshawar

Which of the following is the commercial crop

A. Wheat

B. Cotton (Answer)

C. Rice

D. None

Which country has largest area under cultivation

A. India (Answer)


C. China

D. Pakistan

What happens when sun‟s rays are vertical on the equator

A. Days are of greater duration than nights

B. Days are of equal duration as nights (Answer)

C. Days are of smaller duration than nights

D. None

In what direction earth rotates on it‟s axis

A. East to west

B. West to East (Answer)

C. North to South

D. South to North

Where proposed Kala Bagh dam is located

A. Kabul

B. Indus (Answer)

C. Chenab

D. Hub


General Knowledge Questions and Answers

“Doab” is a ——-

A. Area b/w two oceans

B. Area b/w two rivers (Answer)

C. Area b/w two islands

D. Area b/w two countries

First Asian city to host the Olympics is———-

A. Beijing

B. Tokyo (Answer)

C. New Dehli

D. Katmandu

First Country to make Education Compulsory is———


B. China

C. Japan

D.Prussia (Answer)

Who was the 1st President of India

A. V.V. Giri

B. Jawaharlal Nehru

C. Rajendra Prasad (Answer)

D. Lal Bahadur Shastri

The last King of Afghanistan was————

A. Habib ullah Khan

B. Muhammad Zahir Shah (Answer)

C. Sardar Daud Khan

D. Aman ullah Khan

The largest opium producer province of Afghanistan is———

A. Helmand (Answer)

B. Paktia

C. Herat

D. Nangarhar

“Order of Cloud and Banner” is the most prestigious military award of———-

A. America

B. Japan

C. China (Answer)

D. North Korea

Which of the following is not an example of modern slavery

A. Bonded labour

B. Child labour

C. Human trafficking

D. Forced marriageE.All of the above are examples of modern slavery (Answer)

Which Country has Constructed the world longest sea bridge

A. USA B. Germany

C. China (Answer)

D. France

Reykjavik is the capital of ——

A. Iceland (Answer)

B. Ireland

C. Croatia

D. Montenegro

Manila is the capital and seaport of ——

A. Phillipines (Answer)

B. Coast Rica

C. Croatia

D. Montenegro

Gulf war started in——

A. 1990 (Answer)

B. 1992 C. 1993

D. 1991

Capital of Croatia is————-

A. Zagreb (Answer)

B. Rijeka

C. Sisak

D. Zadar

River Sawan is located in———-

A. Sindh


C. Swat

D.Rawalpindi (Answer)

Who Won the FIFA World Cup 2018

A. Croatia

B. Argentina

C. Pakistan

D.France (Answer)

Who was the First Poet of the Urdu language

A. Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib

B. Hassan Mohani

C. Amir Khusrow (Answer)

D. Mir Taqi Mir

Who is the Father of Urdu Literature

A. Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib

B. Mir Taqi Mir

C. Hassan Mohani

D.Molvi Abdul Haq (Answer)

SUPARCO stand for———-

A. The Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (Answer)

B. The Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Company

C. The Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Cooperation

Th SSGC stands for ———-

A. Sui Sindh Gas Corridor

B. Sui Southern Gas Company’s (Answer)

C. Sui Special Gas Company’s

D. Sui Southern Gas Corridor

CPI stands for ———-

A. Company Price Index

B. Customer Price Index

C. Current Price Index

D.Consumer Price Index (Answer)

International Day of Cooperatives is observed on the —— Saturday of July each year

A. First (Answer)

B. Second

C. Third

D. Fourth

DMO stands for ———-

A. Direct Monitoring Officer

B. Dual Monitoring Officer

C. District Monitoring Officer (Answer)

D. Departmental Monitoring Officer

World Zoonoses Day is observed on ———- every year

A. July 3

B. July 4

C. July 5

D.July 6 (Answer)

CGTO stands for ———-

A. Counter Gas Theft Organization

B. Counter Gas Theft Operations (Answer)

C. Central Gas Theft Operations

D. Company Gas Theft Operations

What is the Capital of Monaco

A. Mont Karl

B. Monte Carlo (Answer)

C. Monaco

D. Mancino

GMT stands for

A. Greenwich mean time (Answer)

B. Giant meter television

C. General management time

D. A & B

Who has become the first cricketer to play 100 T20 Internationals

A. MS Dhoni

B. Shahid Afridi

C. Virat Kohli

D.Shoib Malik (Answer)

UFO stands for ——

A. Unidentified flying objects (Answer)

B. Universal famous objects

C. Unidentified famous objects

D. Universal flying Objects

World UFO Day is Celebrated on ——

A. July 1

B. July 2 (Answer)

C. July 3

D. July 4

World Sports Journalists Day is Celebrated on ——

A. July 1

B. July 2 (Answer)

C. July 3

D. July 4

International Joke Day is celebrated in the world on ———-

A. 1 July (Answer)

B. 2 July

C. 3 July

D. 4 July

ICU stands for ———

A. Intensive Care Unit (Answer)

B. Identifying Charging Unit

C. Intensive Control Unit

D. International Conference on Unity

Recep Tayyip Erdo?an belongs to which Political Party

A. ?Y? (Good Party)

B. HDP (Peoples’ Democratic Party)

C. CHP (Republican People’s Party)

D.AK Party (Justice and Development Party) (Answer)

Friendship Bridge on oxus River connects:—————-

A. Russia and Afghanistan

B. China and Russia

C. Tajikistan and Kazakhastan

D.Uzbekistan and Afghanistan (Answer)

Which is the Intelligence Agency of Israel

A. Khad

B. Mosad (Answer)


D. None of the above

Kutte ki Qabar (The Dog‟s Grave) an Area Disputed between Sindh and Balochistan is located in———range

A. Koh-i-Suleman

B. Kirthar (Answer)

C. Siachen

D. Koh-i-Sufaid

Most polluted lake in the world is ————

A. Lake Titicaca

B. Lake Karachay (Answer)

C. Onondaga Lake

D. Lake Ontario

CAA stands for ———

A. Civil Action Authority

B. Civil Aviation Authority (Answer)

C. Command Aviation Army

D. Command Action Agency

BISP stands for ———-

A. Benazir Income Service Programme

B. Bhutto Income Service Programme

C. Benazir Income Support Programme (Answer)

D. Bhutto Income Support Programme

Mancher lake situated in

A. Sawat

B. Dadu

C. Jamshoro (Answer)

D. Gilgit

Model Town incident happened in Lahore on ———

A. June 17, 2014 (Answer)

B. June 18, 2014

C. June 19, 2014

D. June 20, 2014

The office of the UN General Assembly is in————

A. Vienna

B. New York (Answer)


C. Paris

D. Zurich Shah

Wali Ullah was born in the reign of———

A. Aurengzeb (Answer)

B. Akbar

C. Shah Jahan

D. None of these

The United States of America lies in ——— Continent

A. North America (Answer)

B. South America

C. Europe

D. Central-Europe

Most Populated Country of South-America is———

A. Brazil (Answer)

B. Colombia

C. Argentia

D. Venezuela

Most Populated Country in Africa is———-

A. Nigeria (Answer)

B. Ethopia

C. Egypt

D. Congo

Which country is going to host 2019 Cricket World Cup

A. South Africa

B. India

C. England (Answer)

D. West Indies

D. New Zealand

The largest waterfalls system in the world is———-

A. Angel Falls (Answer)

B. Victoria Falls

C. Niagara Falls

D. Iguazu Falls

PTA stands for ———-

A. Pakistan Television Authority

B. Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (Answer)

C. Pakistan Technology Association

D. Pakistan Tribal Areas

FED stands for ———-

A. Foreign Economic Detail

B. Federal Excise Duty (Answer)

C. Foreign Exchange Deduction

D. Federal Economic Department

PSU stands for ———-

A. Primary Sampling Unit

B. Play Station Unit

C. Power Supply Unit (Answer)

D. Plymouth State University

ATC stands for ————-

A. Anti-Terrorism Court (Answer)

B. Anti-Terrorism Agency

C. Anti-Terrorism Association

D. Advanced Technology Associates

The world‟s largest animal is———

A. blue whale (Answer)

B. gray whale

C. sperm whale

D. North Pacific right

whale NAP stands for ———

A. National Army Policy

B. National Army Plan

C. National Action Plan (Answer)

D. National Activity Policy

What is the length of Ranikot fort

A. 32 kilometer,20 (mi)

B. 33 kilometer,21 (mi)

C. 31 kilometer,19 (mi) (Answer)

D. 30 kilometer,18 (mi)

Which is the intelligence agency of UK

General Knowledge

A. Security Service (MI 5)

B. Secret Intelligence Service SIS (MI 6)

C. Both A & B (Answer)

D. None of the above.

CIA stands for ———

A. Central Intelligence America

B. Central Intelligence Agency (Answer)

C. Central American Intelligence Agency

D. None of the Above.

CIA is the intelligence agency of which Country 

A. USA (Answer)


C. Pakistan

D. None of the above

Pakistan came into being 27 Ramadan———A.H

A. 1361 A.H

B. 1362 A.H

C. 1365 A.H

D.1366 A.H (Answer)

Which is called the „Land of golden fibre‟

A. Sri Lanka

B. Bangladesh (Answer)

C. Iran

D. Pakistan

Which city is called the „Little Pakistan‟

A. Cairo

B. Bradford (Answer)

C. Chicago

D. Dhaka

SRO stands for ———

A. Security Reform Union

B. Statutory Regulation Organization

C. Statutory Regulatory Order (Answer)

D. Senior Regional Officer

A hill or peak sticking through an ice cap, mostly found in Green land or Antarctica is called ———-

A. Mesa

B. Moraines

C. Nunatak (Answer)

D. Loess

PBS stands for ———

A. Pakistan Bureau of Science

B. Pakistan Board of Statistics

C. Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (Answer)

D. Pakistan Board of Science

Mosquito has ——- sharp edges like teeth

A. 46

B. 47 (Answer)

C. 48

D. 49

BDU stands for ———

A. Bomb Discharge Unit

B. Bomb Disconnect Unit

C. Bomb Deactivate Unit

D.Bomb Disposal Unit (Answer)

MOU stands for ————

A. Medical officer Union

B. Memorandum Of Understanding (Answer)

C. Military Official Unit

D. Media Official Unit

PBA stands for ————

A. Pakistan Broadband Association’s

B. Pakistan Broadcasters Association’s (Answer)

C. Private Business Accounts

D. Public Business Accounts

Zimbabwe has the highest number of —— official languages.

A. 12

B. 14

C. 16 (Answer)

D. 18

ECL stands for ————

A. Entry Control List

B. Exit Control List (Answer)

C. Extended Control List

D. Error Correction List

National Day is observed in which Islamic country on first January

A. Sudan (Answer)

B. Libya

C. Nigeria

D. Maldives

D. Indonesia

RAW stands for ——-

A. Reduction of American Warrior

B. Real Action Work

C. Repertoire of Administrative Workload

D.Research and Analysis Wing (Answer)

The driest desert in the world is———

A. Sahara Desert

B. Cholistan Desert

C. Arabian Desert

D.Atacama Desert (Answer)

The Atacama Desert is located in———

A. Asia

B. Africa

C. South America (Answer)

D. Australia

The Great Wall of China is about ———- KM long.

A. 18,196

B. 19,196

C. 20,196

D.21,196 (Answer)

State Bird of Pakistan is———

A. Pregarine falcon/shaheen (Answer)

B. Markhor

C. Chakor

D. None of above

National monument of Pakistan is located in ———

A. Rawalpindi

B. Faisalabad

C. Islamabad (Answer)

D. Lahore

National insignia of Pakistan is———-

A. Deodar

B. Indus dolphin

C. Crescent and star (Answer)

D. None of above

National Predator of Pakistan is———-

A. Lion

B. Snow bear

C. Snow Leopard (Answer)

D. All of these

National Vegetable of Pakistan is———

A. Carrot

B. Tomato

C. Lady Finger (Answer)

D. All of these

National Reptile of Pakistan is———

A. Rho fish

B. Indus dolphin

C. Mugger Crocodile (Answer)

D. All of these

FIR stands for ———

A. Final Information Report

B. First Information Report (Answer) C. Field Information Report

D. Fact Interrogation Report


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