Note: 2023 All Papers General Knowledge MCQs. These General Knowledge MCQs taken from different exams were conducted in Pakistan in 2023.

 

1. Which country is NOT a member of Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (QSD or QUAD)?

A. Australia
B. India
C. Japan
D. United Kingdom

Answer

Correct Answer: D. United Kingdom

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The United Kingdom is not a member of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad). The Quad consists of the United States, Japan, India, and Australia. The United Kingdom is not part of this strategic forum. The primary focus of the Quad involves addressing regional security challenges, promoting a free and open Indo-Pacific, and fostering economic growth and development in the region.

 

2. “Airbnb” is an American ____ company.

A. Transportation
B. The Manufacturing
C. Pharmaceutical
D. Home-Rental

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Home-Rental

Detail about Mcqs

“Airbnb” is an American hospitality and lodging company. It operates an online marketplace that connects people looking to rent their homes or rooms with travelers seeking accommodation. Airbnb has become a popular platform for short-term lodging and tourism experiences.

 

3. The working capital of the European Union is?

A. Berlin
B. Brussels
C. Lisbon
D. Paris

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Brussels

Detail about Mcqs

Brussels is often considered the de facto capital of the European Union. The majority of the EU’s institutions, including the European Commission and the Council of the European Union, are located in Brussels.

 

4. The South China Sea is an important region of the world. The main reasons for its significance are fishing and?

A. Oil and Gas and Trade Route
B. Oil and Gas
C. Trade Route
D. Oil

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Oil and Gas and Trade Route

Detail about Mcqs

The South China Sea is significant for multiple reasons, including its importance as a fishing area, its role as a major trade route, and the presence of significant oil and gas reserves beneath its seabed. The combination of these factors makes it a strategically vital region with economic and geopolitical implications.

 

5. The name of the Parliament of Norway is?

A. Stortinget
B. Monarchy
C. Diet
D. Khural

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Stortinget

Detail about Mcqs

The Parliament of Norway is called the “Stortinget” in Norwegian. The Stortinget is the supreme legislature of Norway and is a unicameral assembly, meaning it has only one chamber. It plays a crucial role in the legislative process, including passing laws, approving the national budget, and overseeing the government.

 

6. Ringgit is the currency of ___?

A. Indonesia
B. Malaysia
C. Burma
D. Vietnam

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Malaysia

Detail about Mcqs

The currency “Ringgit” is the official currency of Malaysia. The currency code for the Malaysian Ringgit is MYR. The capital city of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur serves as the economic, cultural, and financial hub of Malaysia.

 

7. CCI stand for?

A. Counsel of Common Inference
B. Council of Common Interests
C. Chronic Coronary Insufficiency
D. California Correctional Institution

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Council of Common Interests

Detail about Mcqs

The Council of Common Interests is a constitutional body in Pakistan that is responsible for resolving disputes and promoting coordination between the federal and provincial governments on matters mentioned in the legislative lists. It is an important institution for maintaining federal-provincial harmony in the country.

 

8. Lome is the capital of ___?

A. Togo
B. Mali
C. Contonou
D. Naimey

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Togo

Detail about Mcqs

Lomé is the capital and largest city of Togo, a country located in West Africa.

 

9. Nine Nobles (Ratan) of Mughal king ___ are famous?

A. Babar
B. Hamayun
C. Akbar
D. Jahangir

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Akbar

Detail about Mcqs

The Nine Jewels (Navaratnas) or Nine Nobles (Ratan) is a term often associated with the Mughal emperor Akbar. Akbar’s court was known for its cultural richness, intellectual vibrancy, and diverse contributions. The Nine Jewels of Akbar’s court were a group of individuals renowned for their talents and accomplishments. Some of the notable members included: Abu’l-Fazl ibn Mubarak – Historian and vizier.
• Faizi – Poet and scholar.
• Birbal – Advisor and courtier known for his wit and intelligence.
• Todar Mal – Finance minister and an expert in revenue matters.
• Raja Man Singh – Military commander and one of Akbar’s most trusted generals.
• Abdul Rahim Khan-i-Khana – Poet and military commander.
• Mian Tansen – One of the greatest musicians of his time.
• Raja Bhagwan Das – Military commander and nobleman.
• Mirza Aziz Koka – Akbar’s foster brother and influential courtier.
These individuals contributed to various fields, including literature, music, administration, and military affairs, making Akbar’s court a center of excellence and cultural flourishing during the Mughal Empire.

 

10. The Greek civilization was flourished on the shores of?

A. Atlantic Ocean
B. Mediterranean Sea
C. Black Sea
D. Pacific Ocean

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Mediterranean Sea

Detail about Mcqs

The Greek civilization flourished on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. The Mediterranean region, with its favorable climate, fertile land, and strategic location for trade and communication, played a crucial role in the development and expansion of ancient Greek civilization. Cities such as Athens, Sparta, and Corinth were located in this region, and the Mediterranean became a central hub for cultural, economic, and political activities during ancient Greek times.

 

11. Non Permanent members of UNO Security Council?

A. 5
B. 10
C. 15
D. 12

Answer

Correct Answer: B. 10

Detail about Mcqs

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has 15 members in total. Among these, 5 are permanent members with veto power (China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States), and 10 are non-permanent members elected for two-year terms by the General Assembly.

 

12. Noble Prize awarded in how many fields?

A. 2
B. 3
C. 4
D. 6

Answer

Correct Answer: D. 6

Detail about Mcqs

The Nobel Prizes are awarded in six fields or categories:
1. **Physics**
2. **Chemistry**
3. **Physiology or Medicine**
4. **Literature**
5. **Peace**
6. **Economic Sciences**
These prizes were established by the will of Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite, and have been awarded annually since 1901. The Nobel Prizes in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, Literature, and Economic Sciences are awarded by various Swedish and Norwegian institutions, while the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded by the Norwegian Nobel Committee.

 

13. World War-I ended in?

A. 1914
B. 1918
C. 1939
D. 1945

Answer

Correct Answer: B. 1918

Detail about Mcqs

World War I ended on November 11, 1918. The armistice, which marked the cessation of hostilities on the Western Front, went into effect on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918. This date is now commemorated as Armistice Day or Remembrance Day in various countries to honor the soldiers who lost their lives in the war.

 

14. Hottest desert of the world is?

A. Gobi
B. Sahara
C. Mojave
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: D. None of these

Detail about Mcqs

The hottest desert in the world is the Lut Desert (Dasht-e Lut) in southeastern Iran. The Lut Desert holds the record for the highest ground temperature recorded on Earth, making it the hottest desert.

 

15. Which is the largest city found in Australia?

A. Canberra
B. Sydney
C. Perth
D. Melbourne

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Sydney

Detail about Mcqs

The largest city in Australia, both in terms of population and land area, is Sydney. Sydney is the capital city of New South Wales and is known for its iconic landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

 

16. Which is the world’s saltiest lake?

A. Red Sea
B. Caspian Sea
C. Dead Sea
D. Lake Superior

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Dead Sea

Detail about Mcqs

The Dead Sea, bordered by Jordan to the east and Israel and Palestine to the west, is known for its extremely high salt concentration. The high salinity level makes it difficult for most aquatic life to thrive in the Dead Sea, and the salt content allows people to float effortlessly on its surface.

 

17. AP Press is which country’s Press?

A. India
B. America
C. China
D. Azerbaijan

Answer

Correct Answer: B. America

Detail about Mcqs

The abbreviation “AP” typically refers to the Associated Press, which is a news agency based in the United States. The Associated Press is one of the largest and oldest news organizations globally, providing news coverage and services to newspapers, television and radio stations, and online media outlets around the world.

 

18. Rainbow river is located in?

A. Russia
B. United States
C. Italy
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. United States

Detail about Mcqs

There are several rivers around the world that are commonly referred to as “Rainbow Rivers.” One well-known example is the “Rainbow River” located in Florida, United States. The Rainbow River is known for its clear, spring-fed waters and the vibrant colors produced by the sunlight filtering through the water, creating a beautiful underwater landscape.

 

19. The least populated continent of the world is?

A. South America
B. Oceania (Australia)
C. Europe
D. Africa

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Oceania (Australia)

Detail about Mcqs

Among the options provided, Oceania (Australia) is the least populated continent in the world. Oceania includes Australia, which has a relatively low population compared to other continents. It’s important to note that Australia is both a country and a continent, and when considering the population of the entire continent, including Australia and the surrounding islands, Oceania has a smaller population compared to other continents like Asia, Africa, Europe, and even North America.

 

20. The second largest continent of the world in terms of area is?

A. Asia
B. Africa
C. Antarctica
D. Oceania

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Africa

Detail about Mcqs

The second-largest continent in the world in terms of land area is Africa. Africa is surpassed only by Asia in terms of size. It is a vast and diverse continent, known for its varied geography, including deserts, savannas, mountains, and rainforests. Africa is also the second most populous continent, after Asia, with a large and diverse population spread across its many countries.

 

21. The capital of Azerbaijan is?

A. Bukhara
B. Tashkent
C. Baku
D. Ankara

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Baku

 

22. Siam is the old name of?

A. Kenya
B. Surinam
C. Vietnam
D. Thailand

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Thailand

Detail about Mcqs

Siam is the former name of the Kingdom of Thailand. The name Siam was used until 1939, when it was officially changed to Thailand. Thailand is a country in Southeast Asia known for its rich cultural heritage, beautiful landscapes, and vibrant cities.

 

23. Lira is the currency of?

A. Jordan
B. Malaysia
C. Bahrain
D. Turkey

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Turkey

 

24. The tallest building of the world is?

A. Shanghai Tower, Shanghai
B. Burj Khalifa, Dubai
C. Petronas Twin Towers of Kuala Lumpur
D. Finance, Tianjin

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Burj Khalifa, Dubai

Detail about Mcqs

The tallest building in the world is the Burj Khalifa, located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Burj Khalifa stands at a height of 828 meters (2,717 feet) and has held the title of the world’s tallest building since its completion in 2010.

 

25. The Mount Everest is in?

A. Hindukush Mountain Range
B. Himalayas Mountain Range
C. Karakoram Mountain Range
D. Alps Mountain Range

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Himalayan Mountain Range

Detail about Mcqs

Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world, is in the Himalayas Mountain Range. The Himalayas stretch across several countries in South Asia, including Nepal, where Mount Everest is located, as well as Tibet (China), India, Bhutan, and Pakistan.

 

26. Final of the FIFA World Cup 2022 played between?

A. Brazil and Argentina
B. Argentina and France
C. Uruguay and France
D. Argentina and Portugal

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Argentina and France

 

27. IMF stand for?

A. International Money Foundation
B. International Monetary Fund
C. International Medical Foundation
D. International Money Fund

Answer

Correct Answer: B. International Monetary Fund

Detail about Mcqs

IMF stands for the International Monetary Fund. The International Monetary Fund is an international organization that aims to promote global monetary cooperation, exchange rate stability, balanced trade growth, and financial stability. It provides financial assistance and policy advice to its member countries and plays a role in managing and preventing financial crises on a global scale.

 

28. The headquarters of the OIC is in?

A. Jeddah
B. Doha
C. Jakarta
D. Cairo

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Jeddah

Detail about Mcqs

The headquarters of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is located in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The OIC is an international organization consisting of 57 member states, and it focuses on promoting cooperation and solidarity among Islamic countries. Please note that administrative details, including the location of headquarters, can change, so it’s always a good idea to verify with the latest sources for the most current information.

 

29. The total member of the United Nations Economic and Social Council are?

A. 42
B. 48
C. 54
D. 60

Answer

Correct Answer: C. 54

Detail about Mcqs

The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) has 54 members. These members are elected by the United Nations General Assembly for three-year terms. The ECOSOC is one of the six main organs of the United Nations and is responsible for coordinating the economic, social, and related work of 15 UN specialized agencies, their functional commissions, and five regional commissions.

 

30. A country with no River is ___?

A. Qatar
B. Saudi Arabia
C. Jordan
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Saudi Arabia

Detail about Mcqs

One example often mentioned is Saudi Arabia. While Saudi Arabia has some intermittent or seasonal rivers (wadis), it is often noted that it lacks perennial rivers – those that flow year-round.

 

31. The Islamic Consultative Assembly (Persian: مجلس شورای اسلامی,) Parliament of?

A. Iraq
B. Iran
C. Afghanistan
D. Albaniyaa

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Iran

Detail about Mcqs

The Islamic Consultative Assembly, known as the “Majlis” in Persian (مجلس شورای اسلامی), is the parliament of Iran. It is the legislative body responsible for making laws and regulations in the Islamic Republic of Iran. The Majlis is a unicameral legislature, and its members are elected by the Iranian people through general elections.

 

32. ____ is known as leap day or leap year day?

A. Feb 29
B. Feb 28
C. March 01
D. Feb 5

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Feb 29

Detail about Mcqs

The term “leap day” refers to an additional day added to the calendar in a leap year. A leap year occurs every four years when an extra day, February 29th, is inserted into the calendar to keep the calendar year synchronized with the astronomical year.
So, February 29th is commonly known as “leap day,” and a year that includes this extra day is referred to as a “leap year.” Leap years are needed because the Earth’s orbit around the Sun takes approximately 365.2422 days, and adding an extra day helps to account for the discrepancy and keep the calendar year in alignment with the astronomical year.

 

33. When was the International Olympic Committee established?

A. 1902
B. 1898
C. 1894
D. 1904

Answer

Correct Answer: C. 1894

Detail about Mcqs

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) was established on June 23, 1894. The committee was founded by Pierre de Coubertin, a French educator and historian, who is also credited with reviving the Olympic Games. The creation of the IOC marked the beginning of the modern Olympic movement, and it has played a central role in organizing and overseeing the Olympic Games ever since.

 

34. The Currency of Indonesia is?

A. Rupiah
B. Rangit
C. Riyal
D. Dinar

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Rupiah

Detail about Mcqs

The official currency of Indonesia is the Indonesian Rupiah. The currency code is IDR, and it is often abbreviated as Rp. The Indonesian Rupiah is the official tender for transactions in Indonesia, which is a country located in Southeast Asia and consists of thousands of islands.

 

35. The headquarters of NATO is located in?

A. New York
B. Geneva
C. Brussels
D. Paris

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Brussels

Detail about Mcqs

The headquarters of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is located in Brussels, Belgium. NATO is an intergovernmental military alliance that includes 30 member countries from North America and Europe. The organization was established in 1949 with the signing of the North Atlantic Treaty, and its headquarters serves as the central hub for coordinating the alliance’s activities and policies.

 

36. When was the FIFA started?

A. 1912
B. 1908
C. 1904
D. 1916

Answer

Correct Answer: C. 1904

Detail about Mcqs

FIFA, which stands for the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (International Federation of Association Football), was founded on May 21, 1904. The organization was established in Paris, France, and its primary mission is to oversee and promote international football (soccer) competitions, including the FIFA World Cup, which is one of the most-watched sporting events globally.

 

37. The largest populous Islamic country of the world is?

A. Pakistan
B. Iran
C. Indonesia
D. Saudi Arabia

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Indonesia

Detail about Mcqs

The largest populous Islamic country in the world is Indonesia. Indonesia is a country located in Southeast Asia and has the largest Muslim population globally. The majority of the Indonesian population follows Islam, and it is the most practiced religion in the country.

 

38. Which country has an unwritten constitution?

A. UK
B. US
C. Australia
D. India

Answer

Correct Answer: A. UK

Detail about Mcqs

The United Kingdom (UK) is an example of a country with an unwritten constitution. Unlike some countries that have a single written document, known as a constitution, the UK’s constitution is not contained in a single written document but is instead based on statutes, common law, and conventions. The UK’s constitution is often referred to as an “uncodified” or “unwritten” constitution. It includes legal documents such as statutes, legal conventions, and historical documents, forming a complex and flexible system.

 

39. What was the Old name of Zimbabwe?

A. Saigon
B. Northern Rhodesia
C. Southern Rhodesia
D. Zaire

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Southern Rhodesia

Detail about Mcqs

The old name of Zimbabwe was Southern Rhodesia. Southern Rhodesia was a self-governing British colony in southern Africa, which existed from 1923 until 1980. In 1980, the country gained independence, and it was renamed Zimbabwe.

 

40. Indus Civilization is also known as?

A. Harrapan Civilization
B. Kot Diji Civilization
C. Taxila Civilization
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Harrapan Civilization

Detail about Mcqs

The Indus Valley Civilization is also known as the Harappan Civilization. This ancient civilization existed in the Indus River Valley, primarily in what is present-day Pakistan and northwest India. The term “Harappan” is derived from Harappa, one of the major archaeological sites of the civilization, where artifacts and remains were first discovered. The Indus Valley Civilization is one of the world’s oldest and most advanced ancient civilizations, dating back to the Bronze Age.

 

41. The capital of Austria is?

A. Ottawa
B. Washington DC
C. Vienna
D. Canberra

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Vienna

Detail about Mcqs

The capital of Austria is Vienna. Vienna is the largest city in Austria and serves as the country’s political, cultural, and economic center. It is known for its rich history, architecture, and contributions to music, art, and philosophy.

 

42. Identify the highest Mountain in the World?

A. Broad Peak
B. K-2
C. Mount Everest
D. Nanga Parbat

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Mount Everest

Detail about Mcqs

The highest mountain in the world is Mount Everest. Mount Everest is part of the Himalayan mountain range and is situated on the border between Nepal and the autonomous region of Tibet in China. Its elevation is 8,848.86 meters (29,031.7 feet) above sea level, making it the tallest peak on Earth.

 

43. Salalah is the seaport of?

A. Russia
B. Dubai
C. Iran
D. Oman

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Oman

Detail about Mcqs

Salalah is a major seaport located in Oman. It is the largest city in the Dhofar Governorate and serves as a significant trading and commercial hub in the southern part of Oman. The port of Salalah plays a crucial role in facilitating maritime trade and shipping activities in the region.

 

44. Capital of China is?

A. Shanghai
B. Beijing
C. Wuhan
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Beijing

 

45. The Hurmoz Strait is located between?

A. Holland and UK
B. Yemen and Emirates
C. Iran and Oman
D. Mediterranean

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Iran and Oman

Detail about Mcqs

The Hormuz Strait, also known as the Strait of Hormuz, is located between Oman to the south and Iran to the north. It connects the Persian Gulf to the Gulf of Oman and the Arabian Sea. The strategic waterway is one of the most important chokepoints for global oil transportation, with a significant portion of the world’s oil shipments passing through it.

 

46. Where is the highest waterfall of the world?

A. Venezuela
B. USA
C. Brazil
D. Zambia

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Venezuela

Detail about Mcqs

The highest waterfall in the world is Angel Falls (Salto Ángel) located in Canaima National Park in the Gran Sabana region of Venezuela. Angel Falls has an impressive height of approximately 3,212 feet (979 meters), with a continuous drop of 2,648 feet (807 meters). It is named after Jimmy Angel, a US aviator, who was the first to fly over the falls in 1933. The falls are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Canaima National Park and are a spectacular natural wonder in the Venezuelan landscape.

 

47. The buffer state of Asia is ___?

A. China
B. India
C. Afghanistan
D. Srilanka

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Afghanistan

Detail about Mcqs

The term “buffer state” generally refers to a country that lies between two rival or potentially conflicting powers, serving as a buffer or neutral zone. In the context of Asia, Afghanistan has historically been considered a buffer state. It is situated between South Asia, Central Asia, and the Middle East, with neighboring countries including Iran to the west and Pakistan to the east.

 

48. AFP is the news agency of?

A. Pakistan
B. France
C. USA
D. Afghanistan

Answer

Correct Answer: B. France

Detail about Mcqs

AFP stands for Agence France-Presse, and it is a French international news agency. It is one of the largest news agencies in the world and provides news coverage to media organizations around the globe. AFP is based in Paris, France, and it operates as a nonprofit organization. The agency covers a wide range of news topics, including politics, economics, sports, culture, and more.

 

49. Where is the headquarters of OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries?

A. Vienna
B. Kuwait
C. Saudi Arabia
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Vienna

Detail about Mcqs

The headquarters of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is located in Vienna, Austria. OPEC is an intergovernmental organization that aims to coordinate and unify the petroleum policies of its member countries to ensure fair and stable prices in the international oil market. OPEC member countries are major oil-producing nations from different regions of the world. The organization plays a significant role in influencing global oil production and pricing.

 

50. Where is the headquarters of UNESCO?

A. Geneva
B. Brussels
C. Paris
D. Rome

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Paris

Detail about Mcqs

The headquarters of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) is located in Paris, France.

 

51. Which is the world’s Tallest tree?

A. Date Palm
B. Redwood
C. Royal Palm
D. Coconut Palm

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Redwood

Detail about Mcqs

The tallest tree in the world is a coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) named Hyperion. Hyperion was discovered in Redwood National Park in California, USA. It was measured at a height of 379.7 feet (115.7 meters) during a 2006 expedition led by naturalists Chris Atkins and Michael Taylor.

 

52. The Original Inhabitants of Country?

A. Aborigines
B. Citizens
C. Natives
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Aborigines

Detail about Mcqs

The term “Aborigines” is commonly used to refer to the original inhabitants or indigenous peoples of a country, particularly in the context of Australia. In this case, “Aborigines” specifically refers to the indigenous peoples of Australia, who have a rich and diverse cultural heritage.

 

53. Palk Strait separates India from?

A. Srilanka
B. Maldives
C. Bangladesh
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Srilanka

Detail about Mcqs

The Palk Strait is a strait that separates the southeastern coast of India (specifically the state of Tamil Nadu) from the northern coast of Sri Lanka. It connects the Bay of Bengal in the northeast with the Gulf of Mannar in the southwest. The Palk Strait is an important geographical feature in the region and plays a significant role in maritime activities.

 

54. Identify the Largest Ocean?

A. Indian Ocean
B. Atlantic Ocean
C. Pacific Ocean
D. Arctic Ocean

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Pacific Ocean

Detail about Mcqs

The largest ocean on Earth is the Pacific Ocean. The Pacific Ocean is the largest and deepest of the world’s oceans, covering an expansive area that extends from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Southern Ocean in the south. It is larger than all the Earth’s landmasses combined and is known for its vastness and the diverse marine life it supports.

 

55. Seattle is sea port of?

A. Russia
B. USA
C. China
D. Germany

Answer

Correct Answer: B. USA

Detail about Mcqs

Seattle is a major seaport city in the United States, located in the state of Washington. It serves as a seaport on the West Coast of the U.S. along the shores of Puget Sound, an inlet of the Pacific Ocean. Seattle’s maritime activities are facilitated by its deep-water harbor and strategic location, making it an important hub for trade, shipping, and commerce in the Pacific Northwest.

 

56. World’s smallest state by population is?

A. San Marina
B. Monaco
C. Vatican
D. Nauru

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Vatican

Detail about Mcqs

The world’s smallest state by population is Vatican City. Vatican City is an independent city-state enclaved within Rome, Italy. It is the smallest internationally recognized independent state in the world, both in terms of area and population. Vatican City serves as the spiritual and administrative headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church, and its population is notably small, consisting primarily of clergy, officials, and support staff associated with the Holy See.

 

57. Triptas is the Holy Book of?

A. Sikhs
B. Hindus
C. Jews
D. Buddhism

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Buddhism

Detail about Mcqs

There is no widely recognized religious or holy book known as “Triptas” associated with any major world religion. It’s possible that there may be specific references or texts in localized or lesser-known religious traditions, but without more context, it’s challenging to provide accurate information.

 

58. Which country is the world’s oldest surviving Federation?

A. Italy
B. Russia
C. Great Britain
D. United States

Answer

Correct Answer: D. United States

Detail about Mcqs

With the United States Constitution having become effective on 4 March 1789, the United States is the oldest surviving federation, while the newest federation is Nepal, after its constitution went into effect on 20 September 2015.

 

59. Which Gas was first used in World War-I?

A. Helium
B. Hydrogen
C. Chlorine
D. Nitrogen

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Chlorine

Detail about Mcqs

The first large-scale use of chemical weapons in warfare occurred during World War I, and the gas that was first used was chlorine gas. Chlorine gas was released by the German military during the Second Battle of Ypres in April 1915. The use of chlorine gas marked a devastating development in the history of warfare, introducing chemical weapons that had severe effects on soldiers, causing respiratory and other health issues. The use of chemical weapons became more widespread during the course of World War I, with various toxic gases being deployed by both the Allied and Central Powers.

 

60. Guantanamo Bay is located in ___?

A. USA
B. Mexico
C. Cuba
D. Brazil

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Cuba

Detail about Mcqs

Guantanamo Bay is located in Cuba. It is a bay on the southeastern end of the island of Cuba, and it is known for the presence of the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, which has been leased to the United States since the early 20th century. The Guantanamo Bay Naval Base has been a subject of international attention, particularly due to its use as a detention facility for individuals captured during the War on Terror.

 

61. What is the motto of Olympic games?

A. Humane Above all
B. It’s one Planet
C. Together Stronger
D. Faster, Higher, Stronger

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Faster, Higher, Stronger

Detail about Mcqs

The Olympic motto is “Citius, Altius, Fortius,” which is a Latin phrase meaning “Faster, Higher, Stronger.” This motto was proposed by Pierre de Coubertin, the founder of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), and it emphasizes the pursuit of excellence, improvement, and the spirit of competition in the Olympic Games.

 

62. Which country has the briefest constitution in the world?

A. Pakistan
B. Iran
C. Turkey
D. USA

Answer

Correct Answer: D. USA

 

63. The Euro currency is used by ___ European Union Countries?

A. 18
B. 20
C. 22
D. 28

Answer

Correct Answer: B. 20

 

64. There are ____ weeks in a year?

A. 52
B. 48
C. 55
D. 58

Answer

Correct Answer: A. 52

Detail about Mcqs

There are 52 weeks in a year. However, there are occasional leap years that have 53 weeks. A leap year occurs every four years when an extra day, February 29th, is added to the calendar to keep the calendar year synchronized with the astronomical year. In a leap year, there are 366 days, and the extra day contributes to the additional week.

 

65. UPU stand for____?

A. Universal Postal Union
B. University People Union
C. Universal People Union
D. Universal Public Union

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Universal Postal Union

Detail about Mcqs

UPU stands for the Universal Postal Union. The Universal Postal Union is a specialized agency of the United Nations that coordinates international postal services among its member countries. It was established in 1874 and is headquartered in Bern, Switzerland. The UPU’s mission is to ensure the free flow of international mail, establish common standards for addressing and postage, and promote cooperation among postal operators worldwide.

 

66. Population wise biggest Muslim country in the world is?

A. Indonesia
B. Saudi Arabia
C. Pakistan
D. Kazakistan

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Indonesia

Detail about Mcqs

Indonesia is the most populous Muslim-majority country in the world. It has a large and diverse population, with a majority of its citizens identifying as Muslims. Indonesia is known for its cultural and religious diversity, and Islam is the predominant religion, with the majority of the population adhering to Sunni Islam. Please note that population figures can change over time, so it’s advisable to check the latest demographic data for the most accurate information.

 

67. Currency of Saudi Arabia is ___?

A. Dharam
B. Rupee
C. Riyal
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Riyal

Detail about Mcqs

The currency of Saudi Arabia is the Saudi Riyal, abbreviated as SAR (Saudi Arabian Riyal). The Riyal is further divided into 100 halalas. The Central Bank of Saudi Arabia, known as the Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority (SAMA), is responsible for issuing and regulating the currency. The Riyal is denoted by the symbol ر.س or SR.

 

68. Three Gorges Dam has world’s largest Power Station. It is located in ____?

A. Canada
B. Russia
C. China
D. Japan

Answer

Correct Answer: C. China

Detail about Mcqs

The Three Gorges Dam, which houses the world’s largest power station, is located in China. Specifically, it is situated on the Yangtze River in the Hubei province. The dam is a hydroelectric dam that plays a significant role in generating electricity and controlling water flow on the Yangtze River. Construction of the Three Gorges Dam was completed, and it became fully operational in 2012.

 

69. Name of Ocean that lies between Europe and United States is?

A. Pacific Ocean
B. Atlantic Ocean
C. Arctic Ocean
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Atlantic Ocean

Detail about Mcqs

The ocean that lies between Europe and the United States is the North Atlantic Ocean. The North Atlantic Ocean is part of the larger Atlantic Ocean and is situated to the west of Europe and to the east of the United States and Canada. It serves as a major thoroughfare for maritime trade and transportation between the two continents.

 

70. The headquarters of United Nation is located in ____?

A. Germany
B. USA
C. France
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. USA

Detail about Mcqs

The headquarters of the United Nations (UN) is located in New York City, United States. The complex, known as the United Nations Headquarters, is situated along the East River in Manhattan. It serves as the main administrative and diplomatic center for the United Nations, where representatives from member countries convene to discuss and address global issues.

 

71. The world is divided into how many time zones?

A. 18
B. 24
C. 36
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. 24

Detail about Mcqs

The world is divided into 24 time zones. Each time zone represents 15 degrees of longitude, and the Earth is divided into 24 such longitudinal sections. This division helps standardize time across different regions, and it allows for a consistent reference of time worldwide. The Prime Meridian (0 degrees longitude) is the starting point, and time zones are typically measured eastward and westward from this reference line. The time at the Prime Meridian is known as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) or Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

 

72. ____ animal is known as the “Ship of the Desert”?

A. Lion
B. Camel
C. Goat
D. Horse

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Camel

Detail about Mcqs

The animal known as the “Ship of the Desert” is the camel. Camels, particularly the dromedary camel with a single hump, are well-adapted to arid environments and are traditionally used as pack animals in desert regions. Their ability to carry heavy loads, travel long distances across sandy terrain, and endure harsh desert conditions has earned them the nickname “Ship of the Desert.” The hump on their back is a distinctive feature and is used to store fat, providing a source of energy during times when food and water are scarce.

 

73. Which of the following is the source of purest water in nature?

A. River
B. Rain
C. Spring
D. Well

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Rain

Detail about Mcqs

Rain is often considered one of the sources of the purest water in nature. When rainwater forms, it starts as vapor in the atmosphere, condenses into clouds, and then falls as precipitation. As it falls, rainwater is relatively free from impurities found in the ground or surface water. However, the purity of rainwater can be influenced by various factors, including air pollution and contaminants picked up during its descent.

 

74. Following are the steps in rapid sand filter except?

A. Coagulation
B. Rapid Molding
C. Filter Cleaning
D. Sedimentation

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Rapid Molding

Detail about Mcqs

Among the given options, “Rapid Molding” is not a typical step in the process of a rapid sand filter for water treatment.
1. Coagulation: Addition of chemicals to destabilize particles.
2. Sedimentation: Allowing particles to settle.
3. Filtration: Passing water through a bed of sand to remove remaining suspended particles.
4. Filter Cleaning: Periodic cleaning or backwashing of the sand filter to remove accumulated impurities.

 

75. South Sudan Independence Referendum was held in?

A. 2011
B. 2012
C. 2013
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: A. 2011

Detail about Mcqs

The South Sudan Independence Referendum was held from January 9 to January 15, 2011. The referendum allowed the people of South Sudan to vote on whether to remain part of Sudan or to secede and become an independent nation. The overwhelming majority of voters chose independence, leading to the establishment of the Republic of South Sudan on July 9, 2011, making it the world’s newest country at that time.

 

76. There are ____ members in NATO?

A. 26
B. 27
C. 28
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: D. None of these (31)

Detail about Mcqs

At present, NATO has 31 member countries. These countries, called NATO Allies, are sovereign states that come together through NATO to discuss political and security issues and make collective decisions by consensus. NATO was created by 12 countries from Europe and North America on 4 April 1949. Since then, 19 more countries have joined NATO through nine rounds of enlargement (in 1952, 1955, 1982, 1999, 2004, 2009, 2017, 2020 and 2023).

 

77. The former secretary General of the UN Mr. Kofi Annan belonged to?

A. Ghana
B. Kenya
C. Nigeria
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Ghana

Detail about Mcqs

Kofi Annan, the former Secretary-General of the United Nations, belonged to Ghana. He was born on April 8, 1938, in Kumasi, Gold Coast (now Ghana), and he served as the Secretary-General of the United Nations from January 1, 1997, to December 31, 2006. Kofi Annan was the first person from sub-Saharan Africa to hold the position of Secretary-General of the UN.

 

78. ____ doesn’t support any aquatic life.

A. Red Sea
B. Caspian Sea
C. Dead Sea
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Dead Sea

Detail about Mcqs

The Dead Sea doesn’t support much aquatic life. The high salt concentration of the Dead Sea, as well as other minerals, makes it challenging for most marine life to thrive in its waters. The Dead Sea is known for its extreme salinity, which is much higher than that of typical seawater. This unique environment has led to minimal biodiversity in terms of aquatic organisms.

 

79. The Falkland Islands are located near:

A. Australia
B. Argentina
C. UK
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Argentina

Detail about Mcqs

They are situated approximately 300 miles (500 kilometers) east of the southern coast of Argentina. The Falkland Islands are a British Overseas Territory, and their geographic proximity to the southern tip of South America has been a source of geopolitical significance. The capital of the Falkland Islands is Stanley.

 

80. Lapis Lazuli Corridor links Afghanistan in?

A. Iran
B. Turkey
C. Russia
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Turkey

Detail about Mcqs

The Lapis Lazuli Corridor is a transit and transport route that connects Afghanistan to several countries. It aims to facilitate the movement of goods and enhance economic cooperation. The countries involved in the Lapis Lazuli Corridor include:
1. Afghanistan 2. Turkmenistan 3. Azerbaijan 4. Georgia 5. Turkey

 

81. NAFTA Stands for:

A. North African Free Trade Agreement
B. North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement
C. North American Free Trade Agreement
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: C. North American Free Trade Agreement

Detail about Mcqs

NAFTA stands for the North American Free Trade Agreement. It was a trade agreement between Canada, Mexico, and the United States that aimed to eliminate barriers to trade and investment among the three countries. NAFTA came into effect on January 1, 1994, and it created one of the world’s largest free-trade zones. In 2020, NAFTA was succeeded by the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). The USMCA retains many elements of NAFTA but includes some updates and modifications.

 

82. The ___ is the world’s largest inland body of water?

A. Caspian Sea
B. California Sea
C. Bering Sea
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Caspian Sea

Detail about Mcqs

The Caspian Sea is the world’s largest inland body of water. It is often referred to as the world’s largest lake due to its size, but it is commonly classified as a sea because it is landlocked and has characteristics similar to both seas and lakes. The Caspian Sea is located between Europe and Asia, bordered by five countries: Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Iran, and Azerbaijan.

 

83. ECOWAS in a union of States in?

A. Latin America
B. Africa
C. East Aus
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Africa

Detail about Mcqs

ECOWAS stands for the Economic Community of West African States. It is a regional intergovernmental organization and economic union in West Africa. ECOWAS was established with the aim of promoting economic integration and cooperation among its 15 member states.

 

84. Which of the following are the functions of treasures?

A. Taxation and insurance
B. Managing working capital
C. Accounting and auditing
D. All of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Managing Working Capital

Detail about Mcqs

“Managing Working Capital” is indeed one of the functions of treasurers. Treasurers play a crucial role in overseeing a company’s working capital, which involves managing its current assets and liabilities to ensure smooth day-to-day operations. This includes monitoring cash flow, optimizing inventory levels, and managing short-term financial obligations.

 

85. An annuity for an infinite time period is ____?

A. Annuity
B. Capital recovery
C. Perpetuity
D. Irredeemable

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Perpetuity

Detail about Mcqs

An annuity for an infinite time period is known as a “perpetuity” or a “perpetual annuity.” In perpetuity, a fixed sum of money is received or paid at regular intervals indefinitely, without a specific end date. Perpetuities are characterized by their continuous and unending nature.
The formula for the present value of a perpetuity is given by:
PV=C/r,
where:
• PV is the present value,
• C is the fixed cash flow (payment) received or paid at each period, and
• r is the discount rate or interest rate.

 

86. Which of the following is the 19th-century woman novelist?

A. Emily Dickinson
B. Ezra Pound
C. Virginia Woolf
D. George Eliot

Answer

Correct Answer: D. George Eliot

Detail about Mcqs

George Eliot is the 19th-century woman novelist among the options provided. George Eliot was the pen name of Mary Ann Evans, an English novelist who lived in the 19th century. She is best known for her novels, including “Middlemarch” and “Silas Marner,” and she made significant contributions to English literature during the Victorian era.

 

87. Which is called the Golden Period of English Literature?

A. Elizabethan Age
B. Victorian Age
C. Augustan Age
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Elizabethan Age

Detail about Mcqs

The term “Golden Age” or “Golden Period” of English Literature is often used to refer to the Renaissance era, particularly the Elizabethan and Jacobean periods in the 16th and early 17th centuries. The reign of Queen Elizabeth I (1558-1603) is considered a high point, and the works of writers such as William Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe, Edmund Spenser, and Sir Philip Sidney are among the literary treasures of this time. The term “Golden Age” suggests a time of great artistic achievement and cultural excellence in English literature.

 

88. ‘Elia’ is the pen name of which of the following authors?

A. Franchis Bacon
B. Charles Lamb
C. Thomas Hardy
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Charles Lamb

Detail about Mcqs

“Elia” is the pen name used by Charles Lamb, the English essayist and poet. Lamb adopted the pseudonym for the essays he wrote, which were first published in the London Magazine in the early 19th century. Lamb is best known for his essays and for collaborating with his sister, Mary Lamb, on the famous children’s book “Tales from Shakespeare.”

 

89. The capital of Iran is?

A. Kabul
B. Tehran
C. Ahedan
D. Taftan

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Tehran

 

90. Who authored “Long Walk to Freedom”?

A. Karl Marks
B. Jawarharlal Nehru
C. Nelson Mendela
D. Barack Hussein Obama

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Nelson Mendela

Detail about Mcqs

“Long Walk to Freedom” is an autobiography written by Nelson Mandela, the former President of South Africa and a key figure in the struggle against apartheid. The book covers Mandela’s early life, his political activism, his long imprisonment, and his eventual role in the establishment of a democratic South Africa. The autobiography was published in 1994.

 

91. Which of the following is a landlocked sea?

A. Arabian Sea
B. South China Sea
C. Aral Sea
D. Yellow Sea

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Aral Sea

Detail about Mcqs

The Aral Sea is a landlocked sea. It is located in Central Asia and is bordered by Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. The sea has significantly diminished in size over the years due to human activities, primarily the diversion of water from the rivers that feed it for irrigation purposes. This has led to environmental and ecological challenges in the region.

 

92. Tibet is an autonomous region of?

A. India
B. Russia
C. China
D. Nepal

Answer

Correct Answer: C. China

Detail about Mcqs

Tibet is an autonomous region within the People’s Republic of China. The Chinese government refers to it as the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR). However, it’s important to note that Tibet’s political status is a complex and sensitive issue, and there are differing views on the matter.

 

93. Official currency of Yemen is?

A. Rial
B. Dirham
C. Dinar
D. Ringgit

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Rial

 

94. The Secretary General of the OIC is elected for the period of?

A. 3 Years
B. 4 Years
C. 5 Years
D. 6 Years

Answer

Correct Answer: C. 5 Years

Detail about Mcqs

The Secretary-General of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is elected for a renewable term of five years. The Secretary-General is the head of the OIC and plays a crucial role in coordinating and representing the organization.

 

95. The land of Kangaroos is?

A. Brazil
B. Australia
C. South Africa
D. Thailand

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Australia

Detail about Mcqs

The land of kangaroos is Australia. Kangaroos are marsupials that are native to Australia, and they are one of the country’s most iconic symbols. Australia is known for its unique wildlife, including kangaroos, which are marsupials with powerful hind legs adapted for hopping.

 

96. The capital of India is?

A. Dhaka
B. Kolkata
C. Mumbai
D. New Delhi

Answer

Correct Answer: D. New Delhi

 

97. Which of the following planets have only one moon?

A. Jupiter
B. Venus
C. Earth
D. Neptune

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Earth

Detail about Mcqs

Among the planets in our solar system, Earth is the planet that has only one moon. Venus is the planet among the options listed that does not have any moons. Venus is the second planet from the Sun in our solar system Jupiter has a large number of moons and Neptune has a significant number of moons as well.

 

98. The coldest continent of the world is?

A. Antarctica
B. Asia
C. Europe
D. North America

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Antarctica

Detail about Mcqs

Antarctica is the coldest continent on Earth. It is the southernmost continent, and it contains the geographic South Pole. The temperatures in Antarctica can drop extremely low, and it is known for its frigid climate and icy landscapes.

 

99. Which of the following organization has both India and Pakistan as its member?

A. AU
B. ASEAN
C. ECO
D. SAARC

Answer

Correct Answer: D. SAARC

Detail about Mcqs

Both India and Pakistan are members of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). SAARC is a regional intergovernmental organization and geopolitical union in South Asia. It includes Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka as its member countries.

 

100. The United States of America has?

A. Monarchy
B. Oligarchy
C. Democracy
D. Theocracy

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Democracy

Detail about Mcqs

The United States of America has a democratic form of government. It is a federal republic with a system of representative democracy. The government is based on a constitution, and political leaders are elected by the people. The United States does not have a monarchy, oligarchy, or theocracy; rather, it operates under a system where power is derived from and granted by the citizens through the electoral process.

 

101. Constantinople is the old name of?

A. Alexandria
B. Ankara
C. Isfahan
D. Istanbul

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Istanbul

Detail about Mcqs

Constantinople is the old name for the city that is now known as Istanbul. The city served as the capital of the Byzantine Empire and later the Ottoman Empire. The name Constantinople was officially used until the Republic of Turkey was established in 1923, and the city was renamed Istanbul.

 

102. The land of Kiwis is?

A. Kuwait
B. New Zealand
C. Togo
D. Tunisia

Answer

Correct Answer: B. New Zealand

Detail about Mcqs

The land of Kiwis refers to New Zealand. “Kiwi” is not only a flightless bird native to New Zealand but also a colloquial term for the people of New Zealand and, by extension, the country itself. New Zealand is located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, southeast of Australia.

 

103. When was the Second World War started?

A. 1945
B. 1939
C. 1947
D. 1950

Answer

Correct Answer: B. 1939

Detail about Mcqs

The Second World War started on September 1, 1939, when Germany, led by Adolf Hitler, invaded Poland. The invasion prompted Britain and France to declare war on Germany on September 3, 1939, marking the beginning of the broader conflict that would become World War II.

 

104. What plays the most important role in regulating temperature and determining climate on the Earth?

A. Oceans
B. Mountains
C. Deserts
D. Forests

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Oceans

Detail about Mcqs

Oceans play the most important role in regulating temperature and determining climate on Earth. The large bodies of water absorb, store, and release heat, influencing the temperature of the surrounding landmasses. Oceans have a significant impact on weather patterns and climate through processes such as evaporation, condensation, and the transportation of heat across the planet. They act as a heat sink, helping to moderate temperatures and distribute heat around the globe.

 

105. What divides the Earth into the Northern and Southern Hemispheres?

A. Axis of Rotation
B. Equator
C. North Pole
D. South Pole

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Equator

Detail about Mcqs

The equator is an imaginary line that divides the Earth into the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere. It is situated equidistant from the North Pole and the South Pole and represents 0 degrees latitude. Locations north of the equator are in the Northern Hemisphere, while locations south of the equator are in the Southern Hemisphere. The equator plays a crucial role in understanding Earth’s geography and climate patterns.

 

106. Which of the planet moves fastest around the sun?

A. Venus
B. Mercury
C. Jupiter
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Mercury

Detail about Mcqs

Mercury is the planet that moves fastest around the Sun in our solar system. It has the shortest orbital period, completing one orbit around the Sun in approximately 88 Earth days. This rapid orbit is due to its close proximity to the Sun.

 

107. GT Road stand for?

A. Grand Trunk Road
B. Grand Turkish Road
C. Grand Train Road
D. Grand Transit Road

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Grand Trunk Road

Detail about Mcqs

GT Road stands for “Grand Trunk Road.” It is one of Asia’s oldest and longest major roads, historically connecting the eastern and western regions of the Indian subcontinent. The Grand Trunk Road, often abbreviated as GT Road, has played a significant role in trade, commerce, and cultural exchanges throughout history. The road stretches from Chittagong in Bangladesh, across northern India, and into Lahore, Pakistan. It has been an important route for centuries, dating back to ancient times, and has undergone various improvements and changes over the years.

 

108. Which of the following is a landlocked country?

A. Iran
B. Japan
C. Tajikistan
D. Pakistan

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Tajikistan

 

109. The moon is?

A. Galaxy
B. Planet
C. Star
D. Satellite

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Satellite

Detail about Mcqs

The moon is a natural satellite of Earth. Therefore, the correct option is “Satellite.” The moon orbits Earth, and it is the fifth-largest natural satellite in the solar system. It does not emit light on its own but reflects sunlight, making it visible from Earth.

 

110. Muscat is the capital of?

A. Bahrain
B. Oman
C. Qatar
D. UAE

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Oman

Detail about Mcqs

Muscat is the capital city of Oman, a country located on the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula. Muscat serves as the political, economic, and cultural center of Oman.

 

111. Union Jack is the flag of?

A. United Arab Emirates
B. United Kingdom
C. United States of America
D. Uganda

Answer

Correct Answer: B. United Kingdom

Detail about Mcqs

The Union Jack is the flag of the United Kingdom. It combines the flags of England, Scotland, and Ireland to represent the political union of these nations. The design consists of the red cross of Saint George (patron saint of England), the white saltire of Saint Andrew (patron saint of Scotland), and the red saltire of Saint Patrick (patron saint of Ireland). The Union Jack is commonly associated with the United Kingdom and is used as the national flag.

 

112. The Round Table Conference of 1930s were called for?

A. The future Constitution of India
B. The Future of British
C. The Partition Plan
D. To visit England

Answer

Correct Answer: A. The Future Constitution of India

Detail about Mcqs

The Round Table Conferences of the 1930s were a series of conferences organized by the British government to discuss constitutional reforms and the future of India. These conferences were an important part of the process leading to the Government of India Act of 1935.
The Round Table Conferences were held in London in 1930–1931, 1931–1932, and 1932–1933. They were called to address the political situation in India, discuss potential constitutional reforms, and gather input from various Indian leaders and representatives.

 

113. What is the rank of Thar Desert in the world area wise?

A. 8th
B. 9th
C. 10th
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: D. None of these

Detail about Mcqs

The Thar Desert is the world’s 17th largest and 9th largest hot subtropical desert. 85 percent of the desert is located in India whereas 15 percent of the desert is located in Pakistan. 170,000 square kilometers is located in India while 30,000 square kilometers of Thar Desert is located in Pakistan.

 

114. Which of the following is the Parliament of Japan?

A. Folketing
B. Yan
C. Knesses
D. Diet

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Diet

Detail about Mcqs

The Parliament of Japan is called the National Diet of Japan. It is the bicameral legislature of Japan, consisting of two houses: the House of Representatives (lower house) and the House of Councillors (upper house). The National Diet is the highest organ of state power in Japan, responsible for enacting laws, approving the budget, and overseeing the actions of the government.

 

115. Asia Minor is a geographical expression a part to ___?

A. Turkiye
B. Russia
C. Uzbekistan
D. Afghanistan

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Turkiye

Detail about Mcqs

Asia Minor, also known as Anatolia, is a geographical region that forms the western part of Turkey. It is a peninsula situated between the Aegean Sea and the Black Sea. In historical terms, Asia Minor has been significant for various civilizations, including the Greeks and the Romans, and it played a crucial role in the development of Western civilization. Today, it is an integral part of the Republic of Turkey.

 

116. Dayton Agreement was a peace agreement of?

A. Palau
B. Palestine
C. Kashmir Conflict
D. Bosnia and Herzegovina

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Bosnia and Herzegovina

Detail about Mcqs

The Dayton Agreement was a peace agreement that brought an end to the Bosnian War, which took place in the early 1990s as part of the breakup of Yugoslavia. The agreement was reached in Dayton, Ohio, USA, in 1995. The Dayton Agreement established the framework for the country of Bosnia and Herzegovina, defining its structure and governance. It aimed to bring peace to the region and ended the hostilities between the Bosnian Croats, Bosniaks (Bosnian Muslims), and Bosnian Serbs.

 

117. Suez Canal is between:

A. Arabian Sea and Red Sea
B. Red Sea and North Sea
C. Mediterranean Sea and North Sea
D. Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea

Detail about Mcqs

The Suez Canal is a significant artificial waterway that connects the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea, allowing ships to bypass the lengthy and hazardous trip around the southern tip of Africa. The Suez Canal is located in Egypt and runs through the Isthmus of Suez. It effectively separates the African continent from the Sinai Peninsula.

 

118. Which country is called the “Land of Golden Fiber”?

A. United States
B. South Korea
C. Bangladesh
D. India

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Bangladesh

Detail about Mcqs

Bangladesh is often referred to as the “Land of Golden Fiber.” This nickname is attributed to the country’s significant production of jute, a natural fiber that has been historically important to Bangladesh’s economy. Jute is a long, soft, and shiny vegetable fiber that is used to make various products, including sacks, bags, and textiles. Bangladesh has been a major player in the global jute market, and the nickname reflects the importance of this fiber to the country’s economic activities.

 

119. Gobi Desert is located in the South of?

A. China
B. Russia
C. Mongolia
D. Nepal

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Mongolia

Detail about Mcqs

The Gobi Desert is located in northern China and southern Mongolia. Despite its association with Mongolia, a significant portion of the Gobi Desert lies within the autonomous region of Inner Mongolia in northern China. The desert extends into portions of southern Mongolia and northern China, making it a transboundary desert region.

 

120. Which of the following planets is called evening Star?

A. Mars
B. Mercury
C. Venus
D. Jupiter

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Venus

Detail about Mcqs

Venus is often referred to as the “Evening Star” when it is visible in the western sky after sunset. Similarly, when Venus is visible in the eastern sky before sunrise, it is referred to as the “Morning Star.” This is due to the planet’s orbit and its relative position to the Sun, making it visible primarily during the early evening or early morning hours.

 

121. Contour is a measure of?

A. Topography
B. Rain Fall
C. Temperature
D. Pressure

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Topography

Detail about Mcqs

Contour is a measure of topography. Contour lines on a map connect points of equal elevation or depth, providing a representation of the three-dimensional shape of the Earth’s surface. These lines help depict changes in elevation and convey the topographical features of the landscape, such as hills, valleys, and mountains. Contour maps are essential tools for understanding the geography and relief of an area.

 

122. The World’s longest land border is between___?

A. USA and Canada
B. USA and Mexico
C. India and Pakistan
D. South Korea and North Korea

Answer

Correct Answer: A. USA and Canada

Detail about Mcqs

The world’s longest land border is between Canada and the United States. The border between these two North American countries is approximately 8,891 kilometers (5,525 miles) long and spans from the Atlantic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west. It is the longest international border in the world.

 

123. The Earth’s oceanic water is divided in Ocean. How many oceans are there in the world?

A. 05
B. 08
C. 07
D. 06

Answer

Correct Answer: A. 05

Detail about Mcqs

There are five recognized oceans on Earth. These are:
1. Pacific Ocean
2. Atlantic Ocean
3. Indian Ocean
4. Southern (or Antarctic) Ocean
5. Arctic Ocean

 

124. The world’s famous bridge “Golden Gate Bridge” is located in?

A. London
B. Paris
C. San Francisco
D. Sydney

Answer

Correct Answer: C. San Francisco

Detail about Mcqs

The world-famous Golden Gate Bridge is located in San Francisco, California, USA. The bridge spans the Golden Gate Strait, the entrance to the San Francisco Bay from the Pacific Ocean. The Golden Gate Bridge is an iconic symbol of San Francisco and is renowned for its distinctive orange color and Art Deco design.

 

125. Which country is known as the “Land of Thousands Islands”?

A. Finland
B. Indonesia
C. Ireland
D. Malaysia

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Indonesia

Detail about Mcqs

Indonesia is often referred to as the “Land of Thousand Islands.” This nickname is due to the vast archipelago that makes up the country, consisting of more than 17,000 islands. The actual number of islands in Indonesia exceeds 17,000, and they are spread across the equator in Southeast Asia. This archipelagic nation is known for its diverse cultures, landscapes, and biodiversity, making it one of the most geographically complex and unique countries in the world.

 

126. The Headquarters of Transparency International is located in ___?

A. New York
B. Washington DC
C. Paris
D. Berlin

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Berlin

Detail about Mcqs

The headquarters of Transparency International is located in Berlin, Germany. Transparency International is a non-governmental organization that focuses on combating corruption and promoting transparency in global governance and business practices.

 

127. The Ocean currents are directional movements of ___?

A. Electrical Change
B. Mechanical Change
C. Sea Water
D. Salt in the Sea Water

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Sea Water

Detail about Mcqs

Ocean currents are directional movements of seawater. These currents flow continuously on the ocean’s surface and are driven by various factors, including wind, temperature, salinity, and the Earth’s rotation. Ocean currents play a crucial role in redistributing heat around the planet, influencing climate patterns and affecting marine ecosystems. They can be classified into surface currents and deep ocean currents, both of which contribute to the dynamic circulation of the world’s oceans.

 

128. Which African nation is famous for chocolate?

A. Sudan
B. Ghana
C. Egypt
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Ghana

Detail about Mcqs

Ghana is a significant African nation known for its production of cocoa beans, a key ingredient in chocolate. Ghana is one of the top cocoa-producing countries globally and plays a major role in the international cocoa industry. The country’s favorable climate and agricultural practices make it well-suited for cocoa cultivation. Cocoa beans from Ghana are widely used in the production of chocolate around the world.

 

129. OIC Changed its name from Organization of the Islamic Conference to Organization of Islamic Cooperation in ___?

A. 1991
B. 1999
C. 2001
D. 2011

Answer

Correct Answer: D. 2011

Detail about Mcqs

The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) changed its name to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in 2011. The change was officially announced during the 38th session of the Council of Foreign Ministers held in Astana, Kazakhstan, in June 2011. The decision to change the name reflected a desire to better represent the organization’s purpose and objectives.

 

130. Which country from the following is not the member of UNO?

A. Vatican City
B. Afghanistan
C. North Korea
D. Vietnam

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Vatican City

Detail about Mcqs

Vatican City is not a member of the United Nations (UN). Vatican City, an independent city-state enclaved within Rome, Italy, is a non-member observer state at the United Nations, meaning it has observer status but is not a full member. Afghanistan, North Korea, and Vietnam are member states of the United Nations.

 

131. How many Muslims independent states emerged with the disintegration of USSR?

A. 4
B. 5
C. 6
D. 7

Answer

Correct Answer: C. 6

Detail about Mcqs

With the disintegration of the USSR, six independent Muslim states emerged. These states are: 1.Azerbaijan 2.Kazakhstan 3.Kyrgyzstan 4.Tajikistan 5.Turkmenistan 6Uzbekistan

 

132. Which planet is also known as Winter Planet?

A. Mercury
B. Earth
C. Jupiter
D. Uranus

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Uranus

Detail about Mcqs

Uranus is sometimes referred to as the “Winter Planet” because of its cold temperatures. Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun in our solar system and is characterized by its unique rotational axis, which is tilted almost perpendicular to its orbital plane. This extreme tilt results in unusual seasonal variations, and at certain points in its orbit, one hemisphere of Uranus experiences an extended and frigid winter season.

 

133. Vexillology is the study of ____?

A. Flags
B. Signals
C. Ventage Cars
D. Stamps

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Flags

Detail about Mcqs

Vexillology is the study of flags. It involves the examination, analysis, and classification of flags, as well as the history and symbolism behind them. Vexillologists, those who study vexillology, explore various aspects of flags, including their design, colors, patterns, and cultural or historical significance.

 

134. What is the meant by “Equinox”?

A. The Longest Day
B. The Shortest Day
C. Equal Duration of Day and Night
D. Both A and B

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Equal Duration of Day and Night

Detail about Mcqs

An equinox is an astronomical event that occurs twice a year when the Sun crosses the celestial equator, and day and night are approximately of equal length. This happens because the tilt of the Earth’s axis is neither toward nor away from the Sun during an equinox, resulting in the Sun being directly above the equator.

 

135. Marco Polo was a famous ___ traveler.

A. Russian
B. French
C. Italian
D. Spanish

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Italian

Detail about Mcqs

Marco Polo was a famous Italian traveler. He was born in Venice, Italy, around 1254, and he became well-known for his extensive travels through Asia along the Silk Road. Marco Polo’s travels and his accounts of the places he visited, especially in China and the Mongol Empire, were documented in a book known as “Il Milione” or “The Travels of Marco Polo.” His writings played a significant role in introducing Europeans to the cultures and riches of the East.

 

136. Which of the following countries invented golf?

A. England
B. Ireland
C. Canada
D. Scotland

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Scotland

 

137. Which of the following waterfalls is located between America and Canada?

A. Victoria Falls
B. Ribbon Falls
C. Niagara Falls
D. Angels Falls

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Niagara Falls

Detail about Mcqs

The Niagara Falls is located between the United States and Canada. It is a famous set of waterfalls on the Niagara River, straddling the international border between the state of New York in the United States and the province of Ontario in Canada. The falls consist of three main sections: the American Falls, the Bridal Veil Falls, and the Horseshoe Falls (sometimes called the Canadian Falls). Niagara Falls is a popular tourist destination and is known for its impressive beauty and the volume of water that flows over it.

 

138. One of the countries through which equator passes is ___?

A. Kenya
B. China
C. Malta
D. Pakistan

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Kenya

Detail about Mcqs

Kenya is one of the countries through which the equator passes. The equator is an imaginary line that circles the Earth horizontally, dividing it into the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere. Kenya is located in East Africa, and the equator crosses through the northern part of the country. There are landmarks and signs near the equator in Kenya, such as the equator line marked for tourists to visit.

 

139. Cambodia was earlier known as ____?

A. Mauritania
B. Persia
C. Kampuchea
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Kampuchea

Detail about Mcqs

Cambodia was earlier known as Kampuchea. The country’s name was changed to the Kingdom of Cambodia in 1993. The name Kampuchea was used during the period of Khmer Rouge rule from 1975 to 1979 and was later retained for a few years after the regime’s overthrow. After the United Nations-sponsored elections in 1993, the country officially became known as the Kingdom of Cambodia.

 

140. The office of Governor-General of India was created by ___?

A. Charter Act 1833
B. Charter Act1813
C. Government of India Act by 1935
D. Government of India Act 1813

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Charter Act 1833

Detail about Mcqs

The office of Governor General of India was created by Charter Act, 1833. Until 1833, the title of the position was “governor-general of Bengal”. The Government of India Act 1833 converted the title into “governor-general of India”.

 

141. The tomb of Vasco da Gama is situated at ___?

A. Kerala
B. Delhi
C. Mumbai
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Kerala

Detail about Mcqs

The tomb of Vasco da Gama is situated at the Church of Santa Maria in Belem, Lisbon, Portugal. Vasco da Gama was a Portuguese explorer who played a key role in establishing a sea route from Europe to India, and he died in 1524. The Church of Santa Maria, also known as the Jerónimos Monastery or Hieronymites Monastery, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and contains the tombs of several notable historical figures, including Vasco da Gama.

 

142. The largest city in Latin America is ___?

A. Mexico City
B. Buenous Aires
C. Rao de Janciro
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Mexico City

Detail about Mcqs

The largest city in Latin America is Mexico City. Mexico City is the capital and largest city of Mexico. It is one of the most populous cities in the world and serves as the political, cultural, and economic center of Mexico.

 

143. The river Jordan drains into ___?

A. Gulf of Suez
B. Adriatic Garden
C. Resaca Garden
D. Dead Sea

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Dead Sea

Detail about Mcqs

The River Jordan drains into the Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is a landlocked saltwater lake bordered by Jordan to the east and Israel and the West Bank to the west. The River Jordan is one of the main tributaries that flows into the Dead Sea, and it is significant in religious and historical contexts.

 

144. The world’s largest freshwater lake by volume is ___?

A. Caspian Sea
B. Lucerne Lake
C. Baikal Lake
D. Manchur Lake

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Baikal Lake

Detail about Mcqs

The world’s largest freshwater lake by volume is Lake Baikal. Lake Baikal is located in Siberia, Russia, and it is known for its immense depth and volume. It is also the deepest lake in the world. The lake contains about 20% of the world’s unfrozen freshwater, making it the largest reservoir by volume.

 

145. Chernobyl Power Plant is located in ___?

A. Russia
B. Ukraine
C. Donbas
D. Crinea

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Ukraine

Detail about Mcqs

The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant is located near the town of Pripyat, in the Kyiv Oblast (province) of Ukraine. The plant gained international attention due to the catastrophic nuclear disaster that occurred on April 26, 1986, during a reactor test at the No. 4 reactor. The Chernobyl disaster is considered the worst nuclear disaster in history.

 

146. In the oil industry, one barrel of oil is equivalent to how many litters?

A. 120
B. 90
C. 159
D. 60

Answer

Correct Answer: C. 159

Detail about Mcqs

In the oil industry, one barrel of oil is equivalent to approximately 159 liters, or 42 U.S. gallons. This standard measurement is commonly used to quantify and trade crude oil and petroleum products.

 

147. Buddhism is the world’s fourth-largest religion. It is believed to be originated in___?

A. India
B. China
C. Thailand
D. Japan

Answer

Correct Answer: A. India

Detail about Mcqs

Buddhism is believed to have originated in northeastern India during the 6th century BCE. The founder of Buddhism is Siddhartha Gautama, also known as the Buddha. He attained enlightenment under the Bodhi tree in Bodh Gaya, present-day Bihar, India. The teachings of the Buddha spread throughout India and later to other parts of Asia and the world. Buddhism is now one of the major world religions, and it has diverse traditions and schools of thought.

 

148. The city of Samarkand is located in ___?

A. Uzbekistan
B. Azerbaijan
C. Tashkent
D. Kazakhstan

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Uzbekistan

Detail about Mcqs

Samarkand is located in Uzbekistan, Central Asia. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in Central Asia and has been a major center of trade, culture, and scholarship for centuries. Samarkand is known for its stunning architecture, including historical sites like the Registan and the Shah-i-Zinda necropolis. The city has played a significant role in the history of the Silk Road and has been a cultural crossroads for various civilizations.

 

149. Giga Factory is owned and operated by ___?

A. Apple
B. Facebook
C. Tesla
D. Microsoft

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Tesla

Detail about Mcqs

The term “Gigafactory” is commonly associated with Tesla, Inc. Tesla’s Gigafactories are large-scale manufacturing facilities where the company produces electric vehicles, battery cells, and energy storage products.

 

150. Apple’s headquarters is known as “Apple Park” located in?

A. New York
B. California
C. Nevads
D. Chicago

Answer

Correct Answer: B. California

Detail about Mcqs

Apple’s headquarters, known as “Apple Park,” is located in Cupertino, California, USA. The campus is Apple’s corporate headquarters and serves as a major hub for the company’s research, design, and administrative activities. Apple Park is notable for its futuristic design and features, including the iconic circular building often referred to as the “Spaceship” or the “Apple Spaceship.”

 

151. The second largest country by land is ___?

A. Russia
B. China
C. Canada
D. USA

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Canada

Detail about Mcqs

The second-largest country in the world by land area is Canada. Canada is located in North America and covers a vast expanse of land, making it the largest country in the Western Hemisphere and the second-largest globally, after Russia. Canada’s diverse geography includes mountains, plains, forests, and a significant portion of the Arctic region.

 

152. The mountain range “Blue Mountains” is located in ___?

A. Australia
B. Sweden
C. New Zealand
D. Norway

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Australia

Detail about Mcqs

The Blue Mountains is a mountain range located in the eastern part of Jamaica in the Caribbean. The Blue Mountains are known for their scenic beauty, lush vegetation, and the distinctive blue hue that gives them their name. The range is a popular destination for tourism and outdoor activities in Jamaica.

 

153. Which country has the largest number of tigers in the world?

A. South Africa
B. India
C. Kenya
D. Bangladesh

Answer

Correct Answer: B. India

Detail about Mcqs

India has the largest number of tigers in the world. The country is home to the majority of the global tiger population and plays a crucial role in tiger conservation efforts. India’s commitment to wildlife conservation, including the protection of tiger habitats and the establishment of tiger reserves, has been instrumental in the efforts to conserve and increase the tiger population in the country. The Bengal tiger is the most numerous tiger subspecies found in India.

 

154. Which country has the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites?

A. Italy
B. Egypt
C. Spain
D. India

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Italy

Detail about Mcqs

Italy has the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Italy is renowned for its rich cultural and historical heritage, and it is home to numerous landmarks, archaeological sites, and works of art that have been recognized and protected by UNESCO. These sites include cities, historic centers, archaeological ruins, art and architecture, and natural landscapes.

 

155. ACR stands for?

A. Annual Confidential Report
B. Annual Credit Report
C. Annual Case Report
D. Annual Complete Report

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Annual Confidential Report

 

156. SOP stands for?

A. State Official Procedure
B. State Observational Procedure
C. Standard Operating Procedure
D. Standard Operational Procedure

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Standard Operating Procedure

Detail about Mcqs

Standard Operating Procedure: A set of step-by-step instructions or protocols established to ensure consistency and efficiency in performing certain tasks or operations.

 

157. Job responsibility of Upper Division Clerk (UDC)?

A. Keep Track of Papers
B. Filling of Papers
C. Enter data into a Computer
D. All of these

Answer

Correct Answer: D. All of these

 

158. PPRA stands for?

A. Public Procurement Regulatory Authority
B. Pakistan Procurement Regulatory Authority
C. Public Procurement Research Authority
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Public Procurement Regulatory Authority

Detail about Mcqs

PPRA stands for Public Procurement Regulatory Authority. It is an organization or regulatory body responsible for overseeing and regulating public procurement processes, ensuring transparency, fairness, and efficiency in the procurement of goods, services, and works by public entities. This term is commonly used in the context of government or public sector procurement.

 

159. DDO stands for?

A. Drawing and Disbursed Officer
B. Draw and Disbursed Officer
C. Draw and Disbursing Officer
D. Drawing and Disbursing Officer

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Drawing and Disbursing Officer

Detail about Mcqs

DDO stands for Drawing and Disbursing Officer. This term is commonly used in financial and administrative contexts, especially in government or organizational settings, to refer to an individual responsible for authorizing and overseeing the disbursement of funds.

 

160. Which language is predominantly speaks in Qatar?

A. Arabic
B. Persian
C. English
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Arabic

Detail about Mcqs

The predominant language spoken in Qatar is Arabic. Arabic is the official language of the country and is used in government, education, and everyday communication. While English is also widely used, especially in business and international contexts, Arabic remains the primary language of Qatar.

 

161. Which country is known as the “Land of the Midnight Sun”?

A. Switzerland
B. Norway
C. Finland
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Norway

Detail about Mcqs

The country known as the “Land of the Midnight Sun” is Norway. This nickname is due to Norway’s location above the Arctic Circle, where, during the summer months, the sun remains visible for an extended period, even throughout the night. The phenomenon of the Midnight Sun occurs in the northernmost parts of Norway, providing continuous daylight for several weeks around the summer solstice.

 

162. What is the largest desert in the world?

A. Kalahari Desert
B. Gobi Desert
C. Sahara Desert
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Sahara Desert

Detail about Mcqs

The Sahara Desert is the largest desert in the world. It is a vast desert located in North Africa, stretching across several countries, including Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Sudan, and Tunisia. The Sahara is not only the largest hot desert but also the third-largest desert overall, after Antarctica (a cold desert) and the Arctic.

 

163. What is the currency of china?

A. Yen
B. Euro
C. Yuan
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Yuan

 

164. Radcliff Report was published on ___1947?

A. 16 July
B. 16 August
C. 16 September
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. 16 August

Detail about Mcqs

The Radcliffe Report, officially titled the “Report of the Boundary Commission for Bengal,” was published on August 16, 1947. The report was prepared by Sir Cyril Radcliffe, a British lawyer who had been appointed to chair the Boundary Commission responsible for demarcating the borders between India and Pakistan following the partition of British India in 1947.

 

165. The rule of pious caliphate lasted for above 30 years. How long the Umayyad dynasty ruled?

A. 100 years
B. 150 Years
C. 90 Years
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: C. 90 Years

Detail about Mcqs

The Umayyad Caliphate ruled for approximately 90 years. It began in 661 AD after the assassination of the fourth caliph, Ali ibn Abi Talib, and continued until 750 AD. The Umayyad Caliphate was the second of the four major caliphates in early Islamic history, following the Rashidun Caliphate. The Umayyads were succeeded by the Abbasid Caliphate in 750 AD.

 

166. What is the currency of Sudan?

A. Shilling
B. Dollar
C. Pound
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Pound

 

167. What is the name of Capital of “Armenia”?

A. Yerevan
B. Kampala
C. Manama
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Yerevan

 

168. BSS is the news agency of which country?

A. Belgium
B. Belarus
C. Bangladesh
D. Britain

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Bangladesh

Detail about Mcqs

“BSS” commonly refers to Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha, which is the national news agency of Bangladesh. It serves as the primary source of news for both local and international audiences, providing coverage of news and events in Bangladesh. Therefore, the correct answer is Bangladesh.

 

169. The International Court of Justice is located at?

A. Geneva
B. Hague
C. New York
D. Amsterdam

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Hague

Detail about Mcqs

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is located in The Hague, Netherlands. The ICJ is the principal judicial organ of the United Nations, and its primary function is to settle legal disputes between states and give advisory opinions on legal questions referred to it by the UN General Assembly, the UN Security Council, or other UN organs and specialized agencies.

 

170. SAARC was established in?

A. Kathmandu
B. Geneva
C. Thimphu
D. Dhaka

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Kathmandu

 

171. NASA stands for:

A. National Aeronautics and Space Act
B. National Aeronautics and Space Agency
C. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: C. National Aeronautics and Space Administration

 

172. How many countries are landlocked in Asia?

A. 11 Countries
B. 12 Countries
C. 13 Countries
D. 14 Countries

Answer

Correct Answer: B. 12 Countires

Detail about Mcqs

There are 12 landlocked countries in Asia. These countries are entirely surrounded by land and do not have coastlines along any ocean or sea. The landlocked countries in Asia are:
1. Afghanistan 2. Armenia 3. Azerbaijan 4. Bhutan 5. Kazakhstan 6. Kyrgyzstan 7. Laos 8. Mongolia
9. Nepal 10. Tajikistan 11. Turkmenistan 12. Uzbekistan

 

173. In 12-hour clock system, what is “P.M” stands for?

A. Past Meridiem
B. Post Meridiem
C. Past Midnight
D. Post Midnight

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Post Meridiem

 

174. The largest producer of Coffee is?

A. USA
B. China
C. Brazil
D. South Africa

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Brazil

 

175. Which country started the firs Newspaper in the world?

A. China
B. USA
C. United Kingdom
D. France

Answer

Correct Answer: A. China

Detail about Mcqs

Brazil is the largest producer of coffee in the world. Brazil has a long-standing tradition of coffee cultivation, and it consistently leads in global coffee production. The country’s diverse climate and favorable conditions in regions like Minas Gerais and São Paulo contribute to its prominence in the coffee industry.

 

176. How many member countries are in the Shanghai Cooperation (SCO)?

A. 7 members
B. 8 members
C. 9 members
D. 10 members

Answer

Correct Answer: C. 9 members

 

177. Which was the first company to produce a handheld mobile phone?

A. Silicon
B. Phosphorous
C. Charcoal
D. Motorola

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Motorola

Detail about Mcqs

Motorola was the first company to produce a handheld mobile phone. On 3 April 1973, Martin Cooper, a Motorola researcher and executive, made the first mobile telephone call from handheld subscriber equipment, placing a call to Dr. Joel S. Engel of Bell Labs, his rival

 

178. What is Free Trade?

A. Goods and Services can be bought and sold across International borders
B. Import and Export
C. Tax free sell
D. Management Services in a Company

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Goods and Services can be bought and sold across international borders

 

179. Who is the author of the Harry potter book series?

A. J.R. Tolkien
B. J.K Rowling
C. George R.R Martin
D. Das Brown

Answer

Correct Answer: B. J.K Rowling

Detail about Mcqs

The author of the Harry Potter book series is J.K. Rowling. J.K. Rowling, whose full name is Joanne Rowling, is a British author best known for creating the immensely popular and successful Harry Potter fantasy series.

 

180. What is Graphology?

A. Study of Handwriting
B. Study of Geography
C. Study of Photography
D. Study of Graph

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Study of Handwriting

 

181. At the time of independence in 1947, there were ___ princely states in India?

A. 262
B. 362
C. 462
D. 562

Answer

Correct Answer: D. 562

Detail about Mcqs

At the time of India’s independence in 1947, there were 562 princely states in the Indian subcontinent. These princely states were regions with semi-autonomous rulers who had varying degrees of authority within their territories. The integration of these princely states into the newly independent India was a complex process, with many acceding to India through instruments of accession, while a few joined Pakistan. This period marked the end of the British colonial era and the beginning of the formation of modern India and Pakistan.

 

182. Slave Dynasty Ruled for ____ Years?

A. 120
B. 90
C. 84
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: C. 84

Detail about Mcqs

The Slave Dynasty, also known as the Mamluk Dynasty, ruled Delhi Sultanate in India for approximately 84 years. The dynasty was founded by Qutb-ud-din Aibak, who became the first Sultan of Delhi after the death of his master and former ruler, Muhammad Ghori. The Slave Dynasty ruled from 1206 to 1290, and it played a significant role in the early medieval history of the Indian subcontinent.

 

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