Solved MCQs of PMS General Knowledge

  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) was formed in 1958.
  • President Dr.Arif Aavi has declared 2019 as the year of Nursing.
  • The current chairman of Pakistan Banks Association: Muhammad Aurangzeb.
  • Percentage of water in the human brain: 85 percent.

 

  • Taj Mahal was built during the years: 1632 to 1653.
  • Rain is gauged by a rain gauge.
  • The World Food Programme (WFP) was started by the Food and Agriculture Organisation and UNGA.
  • The speed of sound in the air: 343m/sec.
  • 13 March 2019 after two recent crashes almost half of the world has grounded: Boeing 737 MAX 8.
  • Michael Jackson died in the year: 2009.

 

  • Pakistan won ICC World Cup in the year: 1992.
  • The inflammation of the liver is called Hepatitis.
  • Balochistan became the province of Pakistan on July 1, 1970.
  • SCO was founded in 1996.
  • The poet of beauty: Keats.
  • Amnesty International was founded in July 1961 in London.

 

  • An enzyme is composed of proteins.
  • Name of Prime Minister who secured Gwadar for Pakistan: Feroz Khan Noon.
  • The memory of the CD is 737MBs.
  • What is a bit? The smallest unit of data in a computer.
  • Villi are present in the small intestine.
  • Path of the bladder from the kidney: ureter.

 

  • Currently, the President of Azad Kashmir: Sardar Masood Khan.
  • Currently, The air chief marshal of Pakistan: Mujahid Anwar Khan.
  • Father of former US Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright, was also a member of the UN Commission on
  • India-Pakistan and author of the book “Danger of Kashmir”. What was his name? Josef Korbel
  • Who was the leader of the 1958 coup in Iraq, which led to the proclamation of Iraq as a Republic? Abd al-Karim Qasim.

 

  • Former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Mahathir Mohamad, was by education a Medical doctor.
  • Major Shabbir Sharif was awarded Nishan-e-Haider posthumously. Which another medal for bravery was he awarded during his career in the Army? Sitara-e-Jurat
  • In which organ of the UN all member states are represented? General Assembly

 

  • Which Indian personality served as the President of the UN General Assembly in 1953-54? Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
  • Ustad Allah Baksh was a famous painter of Pakistan.
  • Advisor to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz, holds a Master’s degree in Development Economics from which university? Harvard

 

  • During his address to the UN General Assembly, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif proposed a new peace initiative with India starting with the implementation of four measures relating to a ceasefire along the LoC, non-use of force, demilitarization of Kashmir and Withdrawal of forces from Siachen.
  • UNFCC (UN Framework Convention on Climate Change) was adopted during the Earth Summit at Rio de Janeiro (1992). When did it come in to force? March 1994

 

  • Who was the first UN High Commissioner for Human Rights? Jose A. Lasso
  • De Beers is one of the biggest names in the diamond industry. Who was the founder of De Beers Consolidated Mines Company; John Cecil Rhode
  • The Treaty of European Union (1992) is also known as the Maastricht Treaty
  • King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud named the Kingdom of Hejaz and Najd as Saudi Arabia in 1932
  • Headquarters of the African Union (AU) is located in Addis Ababa

 

  • Which of the following Indian Nobel Prize winners is associated with economics? Amartya Sen.
  • Earth takes about 24 hours to complete 1 rotation around its axis.
  • When a gas turns into a liquid, the process is called: Condensation
  • The yeast used in making bread is a: Fungus
  • The disease diphtheria affects Throat in the human body.
  •  “World Economic Forum”, which holds its annual sessions in Davos, Switzerland, was founded by Klaus Schwab
  • The Presidency of the UN Security Council rotates (in alphabetical order) among its members every: One month
  •  UNESCO, which deals with Education, Science, and Culture, has its headquarters in Paris.
  •  Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (1992) deals with: Rights and protection of children.
  • Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy of Pakistan won an Oscar Award for the best documentary film. What was the title of the film? Saving Face

 

  • LED technology is energy-efficient. What does LED stand for Light Emitting Diode
  • Which of the following is not necessary for a standalone computer? LAN Card
  • “Chauburji” in Lahore was reported a gateway to a beautiful garden built for Princess Zeb-un-Nissa. She was an accomplished daughter of which Emperor? Aurangzeb
  • Find the odd one out? Cache
  •  What was the codename given to the United States Navy SEALS operation leading to the elimination of Osama in Abbottabad? Geronimo

 

  • Pedagogy is the science of Teaching
  • When was the first Nobel Prize awarded? 1901
  • When was the right to vote given to women in Switzerland? 1971
  • The Leaning Tower of Pisa is located in Italy
    Epistemology is the study of Knowledge
  • U Thant was the first UN Secretary-General from Asia, and he belonged to Burma
  •  On which river is the Baglihar Dam being constructed by India: Chenab
  •  How many acres are there in one hectare: 2.47
    Liquids that evaporate quickly are known as Volatile liquids.

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