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SUB INSPECTOR PAST PAPER PPSC

A past paper is an examination paper from a previous year or previous years, usually used either for exam practice or for tests. Exam candidates find past papers valuable in test preparation. Find Sub Inspector Past Paper PPSC (BS-14)  in the Punjab Police Department 2014 conducted by Punjab Public Service commission.

ONE PAPER MCQS FOR RECRUITMENT TO THE POST OF SUB INSPECTOR PAST PAPER PPSC (BS-14)

 

  1. Who was known as the “Tiger of Maysore”?
    1. Sultan Haider Ali
    2. Shivaji
    3. Ibrahim Lodhi
    4. Tipu Sultan

 

  1. The congress and The Muslim League boycotted the Simon Commisioin. Who led the breakaway section of the Muslim League, which supported the Simon Commision?
    1. Mian Ejaz Shafi
    2. Mian Muhammad Shafi
    3. Mian Ahmed Ali
    4. Mian Barkat Ali

 

  1. In 1932, the British Prime Minister announced the Communal Award granting separate electorates to the depressed classes. Name the British Prime Minister
    1. Harold McMillan
    2. Winston Churchill
    3. Ramsay Macdonald
    4. Attlee

 

  1. When Chaudhry Rehmat Ali issued the pamphlet “Now or Never” in 1933, where was he studying?
    1. Cambridge
    2. Oxford
    3. Aligarh
    4. Harvard

 

  1. In 1911, on the occasion of this coronation at the Delhi Darbar, King George V announced the
    1. Partition of Bengal
    2. Separate electorates
    3. Annulment of partition of Bengal
    4. Annulment of partition of Bengal

 

  1. Pakistan withdrew from SEATO in
    1. 1973
    2. 1977
    3. 1979
    4. 1981

 

  1. The Jallianwala massacre took place in
    1. April 1919
    2. December 1919
    3. April 1921
    4. April 1920

 

  1. An interim government was formed in India in 1946, who was the prime minister of the interim government ?
    1. Jawaharlal Nehru
    2. Lord Wavell
    3. Liaqat Ali Khan
    4. None of them

 

  1. When was the Kashmir issue taken to the United Nation by India?
    1. 1 Jan 1948
    2. 11 November 1947
    3. 16 December 1947
    4. None of these

 

  1. Non-aligned Movement (NAM) was formed in 1961, when did Pakistan join NAM?
    1. 1967
    2. 1968
    3. 1978
    4. 1972

 

 

  1. To which province did Hussain Shaheed Suhrwardy belong to?
    1. Sind
    2. Punjab
    3. East Pakistan
    4. Baluchistan

 

  1. When did Pakistan dissociate itself from the commonwealth?
    1. 1989
    2. 1992
    3. 1978
    4. 1972

 

  1. What is the retirement age of a Judge of the Supreme Court?
    1. 60
    2. 63
    3. 65
    4. 67

 

  1. Qissa “Sohni Mahiwal” was written by
    1. Hafiz Barkhurdar
    2. Hashim Shah
    3. Waris Shah
    4. Fazal Shah

 

  1. Who introduced the system of “Basic Democracy” in Pakistan?
    1. Liaqat Ali Khan
    2. Ayub Khan
    3. Pervez Mushafaraf
    4. Feroze Khan Noon

 

  1. When for the first time in the world, was human heart transplant conducted?
    1. 1967
    2. 1969
    3. 1975
    4. 1970

 

  1. Who was the Secretary General of the United Nations?
    1. Trygve Lie
    2. U Thant
    3. Kurt Waldhiem
    4. Dag Hammarskjold

 

  1. For galvanizing of iron which of the following metal is used?
    1. Aluminium
    2. Copper
    3. Lead
    4. Zinc

 

  1. ESCAP stands for
    1. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific
    2. European Social Council for Africa and Pacific
    3. Economic and Social Council for Africa and Pacific
    4. None of these

 

  1. Firdausi was
    1. A mughal princes
    2. A Persian poet
    3. An Iranian novelist
    4. None of these

 

 

  1. East Timor, which became the 191th member of the United Nations, is in the continent of
    1. Asia
    2. South Africa
    3. Africa
    4. Europe

 

  1. Which of the following continents is the smallest in terms of land mass?
    1. Asia
    2. Europe
    3. Australia
    4. Africa

 

  1. Sri Lanka was formally known as
    1. Seychelles
    2. Serendip
    3. Taipel
    4. Ceylon

 

  1. Khojak Pass is located between
    1. Jamrud and Landikotal
    2. Sibi and Machh
    3. Quetta and DI Khan
    4. Quetta and Chaman

 

  1. Name of the Capital of Kazakhstan
    1. Tashkent
    2. Almaty
    3. Astana
    4. Bishkek

 

  1. In which country recently the National League for Democracy led by Aung San Suu Kyl won a landslide victory in elections?
    1. Cambodia
    2. Laos
    3. Vietnam
    4. Myanmar

 

  1. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif visited Uzbekistan recently. Who is the President of Uzbekistan?
    1. Rahmanov Imomali
    2. Islam Karimov
    3. Nursltan Nazarbeav
    4. Asker Abayev

 

  1. Who has been appointed as the US Special Representative for Pakistan and Afghanistan?
    1. David Hale
    2. Robert Milam
    3. Richard Olsen
    4. None of them

 

  1. Quaid-e-Azam Solar Park is one of the biggest projects for solar power generation in Pakistan. Where I it being constructed?
    1. Multan
    2. Sukker
    3. Rahim Yar Khan
    4. Bahawalpur

 

  1. Who currently the High Commissioner of Pakistan in India?
    1. Abdul Basit
    2. Jalil Abbas Jilani
    3. Shahid Malik
    4. Riaz Khokher
  1. If A runs less fast than B and B runs fast but not faster than C then, as compared to A, C runs
    1. Same speed as A
    2. Faster than A
    3. Slower than A
    4. Cannot be determined

 

  1. A father is 9 times as old as his son and the mother is 8 times as old as the son. Sum of father’s and mother’s age is 51. What is the age of the son?
    1. 7
    2. 5
    3. 4
    4. 3

 

  1. A student gets 60, 50 and 90 marks out of 100 in English, Physics and Economics respectively. HE needs 72% to get a scholarship. How many marks does he need to get in his final paper Maths to obtain overall 72% marks?
    1. 82
    2. 84
    3. 86
    4. 88

 

  1. How many pieces of 85 cm length can be cut from a rod 42.5 meters long?
    1. 30
    2. 40
    3. 50
    4. 60

 

  1. The price of a car including 6 percent sales tax is Rs. 154,431.40. What is the market price of the car without tax?
    1. 145,690
    2. 150,000
    3. 145,500
    4. 145,000

 

  1. In an election a candidate who received 30 percent of the total vote cast was defeated by 15000 votes. Find the number of votes obtained by the winning candidate?
    1. 11,250
    2. 15,000
    3. 26,250
    4. 37,500

 

  1. A shopkeeper buys an article for Rs. 27 and sells it at a profit of 10 percent of the selling price. What is the selling price of the article?
    1. 30
    2. 35
    3. 29.50
    4. 29

 

  1. A certain sum of money is distributed among two friends in the ratio of 5:11. If one of them got Rs. 1200 more than the other, the total amount distributed is
    1. 2000
    2. 2200
    3. 3200
    4. 3600

 

  1. If day before yesterday was Saturday then day after tomorrow will be
    1. Tuesday
    2. Wednesday
    3. Thursday
    4. Friday

 

  1. A Police Officer walks from his house at 4 km per hour and reaches his office 5 minutes late. If his speed is 5 km per hour, he will reach his office 10 minutes early. How far is his office from the house?
    1. 5 km
    2. 5/12 km
    3. 5 km
    4. 10 km

 

 

  1. 4×3+5×6 / 18x-12 = ?
    1. 96/7
    2. 7/4
    3. 3
    4. 7/60

 

  1. A collection of computers that are connected together is called
    1. Meeting
    2. Network
    3. Team
    4. Group

 

  1. In a computer the keyboard is used as a(n) _________ Device
    1. Charging
    2. Output
    3. Printing
    4. Input

 

  1. Which device is required for internet connection?
    1. CD Drive
    2. Modem
    3. Mouse
    4. NIC Card

 

  1. A normal CD ROM can usually store upto ________
    1. 680 kb
    2. 680 bytes
    3. 680 MB
    4. 680 GB

 

  1. Which of the following is not an operating system?
    1. DOS
    2. Linux
    3. Windows
    4. Oracle

 

  1. To create a table of columns and rows for mathematical calculations or statistical representations, which program is used?
    1. Excel
    2. Word pad
    3. Word Perfect
    4. Auto CAD

 

SELECT THE PAIR OF WORDS FROM THE GIVEN OPTIONS, WHICH EXPRESS A SIMILAR RELATIONSHIP AS IN THE GIVEN WORDS

 

  1. ATOM: MICROSCOPE
    1. Tape: Microphone
    2. Planet: Telescope
    3. Receiver: Telephone
    4. Submarine: Periscope

 

  1. TELESCOPE: EYE
    1. Eyeglasses: Vision
    2. Telephone: Hearing
    3. Necklace: Neck
    4. Stethoscope: Ear

 

  1. QUNCE: WEIGHT
    1. Acre: Area
    2. Scale: Mass
    3. Inch: Yard
    4. Menu: Choice
  1. A is the mother of B and C. If D is the husband of C. What relation does A have to D?
    1. Mother
    2. Sister
    3. Aunt
    4. Mother-in-Law

 

  1. If the old Man’s son is my son’s uncle then what relation has the old man to me?
    1. Brother
    2. Father
    3. Grandfather
    4. Sister

 

CHOOSE THE WORD FROM THE GIVEN OPTIONS WHICH HAS NEARLY THE SAME MEANING AS THE GIVEN WORD

 

  1. Adjacent
    1. Contiguous
    2. Cut off
    3. Sharpened
    4. Lazy

 

  1. Engrossed
    1. Distribute
    2. Absorbed
    3. Dilated
    4. Expanded

 

  1. Feasible
    1. Real
    2. Theoretical
    3. Practicable
    4. Factual

 

  1. Ponder
    1. Lake
    2. Think over
    3. Condemn
    4. Flattery

 

 

CHOOSE THE WORD FROM THE GIVEN OPTIONS WHICH HAS NEARLY THE OPPOSITE MEANING AS THE GIVEN WORD

 

  1. Denounce
    1. Defend
    2. Gather
    3. Fight
    4. Organize

 

  1. Deplete
    1. Refund
    2. Replenish
    3. Fulfill
    4. Renounce

 

  1. Impound
    1. Release
    2. Stimulate
    3. Strengthen
    4. Generate

 

  1. Profane
    1. Arrogant
    2. Benign
    3. Respectful
    4. Pious

 

  1. CNG is an abbreviation of
    1. Converted natural gas
    2. Conduced natural gas
    3. Constructed natural gas
    4. Compressed natural gas

 

  1. Sound cannot travel through
    1. Vacuum
    2. Liquids
    3. Solids
    4. Gases

 

  1. X-rays were discovered by
    1. Rontgen
    2. Thomson
    3. Rutherford
    4. Madame Curie

 

  1. Breeding and management of bees is known as
    1. Sericulture
    2. Horticulture
    3. Apiculture
    4. None of these

 

  1. Hepatitis causes inflammation of
    1. Lungs
    2. Liver
    3. Kidneys
    4. Stomach
  1. Isotopes are atoms of the same elements with different number of?
    1. Protons
    2. Electrons
    3. Neutrons
    4. Positrons

 

  1. Which one of the following is a vector quantity?
    1. Speed
    2. Temperature
    3. Mass
    4. Velocity

 

  1. Dilly was the name of the
    1. First cloned sheep
    2. First test tube baby
    3. Oldest human fossil
    4. First dog in space

 

  1. Green house effect is mainly caused by excess of ______ in the atmosphere
    1. Carbon dioxide
    2. Carbon monoxide
    3. Nitrogen
    4. Hydrogen sulfide

 

  1. Which hormones responsible for production of milk in human body?
    1. Oxytocin
    2. Prolactin
    3. Thyroxine
    4. Testosterone

 

  1. A drop of water is roughly spherical because of
    1. Surface tension
    2. Low air pressure
    3. Air resistance
    4. Viscosity of water

 

  1. Which of the following right are more fundamental in the sense that other rights are dependent on them?
    1. Economics rights
    2. Civil and political rights
    3. Right to development
    4. Right to information

 

  1. Which one of the following is not a political right?
    1. Right to vote
    2. Right to own weapons
    3. Right to hold public office
    4. Right to criticize the government

 

  1. Which one of the following writs is issued in the case of wrongful detention?
    1. Prohibition
    2. Mandamus
    3. Habeas corpus
    4. Quo warranto

 

  1. Which theory of justice is based on the principle “Kill the sin not the sinner”?
    1. Retributive theory
    2. Reformative Theory
    3. Deterrent Theory
    4. None of these

 

 

  1. In which country was the first truth and reconciliation commission established?
    1. USA
    2. India
    3. Brazil
    4. South Africa

 

  1. On which day is the human rights day observed?
    1. 17 October
    2. 10 December
    3. 10 January
    4. 25 July

 

  1. Which book of Ibn Khuldoon made him famous?
    1. Muqaddamah
    2. Kitab-ul-Futuh
    3. Mujam-al-Baldan
    4. None of these

 

  1. The battle of Jamal was fought between Hazrat Aisha (RA) and
    1. Hazrat Muawiya (RA)
    2. Hazrat Talha (RA)
    3. Hazrat Ali (RA)
    4. None of these

 

  1. The Holy Prophet (PBUH) delivered his farewell sermon at Arafat on
    1. 8 zilhajj
    2. 10 Zilhajj
    3. 9 Zilhajj
    4. 11 Zilhajj

 

  1. When did fasting become a Farz (Obligation) in Islam?
    1. 2nd Hijri
    2. 3rd Hijri
    3. 4th Hijri
    4. 5th Hijri

 

  1. While migrating (Hijrat form Makkah to Madina) the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and Hazrat Abu Bakkar Siddique (RA) found refuge in
    1. Hira Cave
    2. Thawr Cave
    3. Hills of Safa
    4. Shoaib Valley

 

  1. When was the charter of Madina (Meesaq-al-Madina) adopted?
    1. 1 Hijri
    2. 2 Hijri
    3. 3 Hijri
    4. 4 Hijri
  1. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif participated in the 21th session of the conference of the parties (to the UN framework convention on climate change) held in _______.
    1. New York
    2. Geneva
    3. Paris
    4. Berlin

 

  1. Which famous police officer has written the book “Police, Crime and Politics Memories of an IGP”?
    1. Hafiz SD Jamy
    2. Sardar Muhammad Chaudry
    3. Ehsan Sadiq
    4. Qurban Ali Khan

 

  1. Recently an important political leader Salahuddin Quader Chowdhary was hanged in Bangladesh, to which political party did he belong?
    1. Awami Leage
    2. Bangladesh Nationalist Party
    3. Jamaat-e-Islami
    4. Jatiyo Party

 

  1. A famous poet and scholar, known for his Dohas and national songs like “Jeevy Jeevy Pakistan” and “Ay Watan key Sajeely Jawano” died recently. What was his name?
    1. Jameeluddin Aali
    2. Ibn-e-Insha
    3. Sufi Tabbasum
    4. Faiz Ahmad Faiz

 

  1. “Scotland Yard” is Police Department of
    1. United Kingdom
    2. USA
    3. Scotland
    4. New Zealand

 

  1. Mosaad is the secret intelligence agency of
    1. Russia
    2. Israel
    3. Iran
    4. Canada

 

  1. In 2016 the Olympic games will be held in
    1. London
    2. Doha
    3. Rio de Janeiro
    4. Cape Town

 

  1. European union has _______ members
    1. 25
    2. 27
    3. 15
    4. 28

 

  1. Which of the following heavyweight boxers who was the first to remain undefeated through his career?
    1. Rocky Marciano
    2. Muhammad Ali
    3. Larry Holmes
    4. Michael Spinks

 

  1. Who won the recently conducted rugby world cup?
    1. Australia
    2. South Africa
    3. New Zealand
    4. Ireland

 

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