Note: FPSC ASF Solved Past Papers MCQs Set-1 contains MCQs related to the post of Assistant Security Officer / Deputy Assistant Director, ASI, SI, Assistant Director and all remaining ASF Posts. We have collected questions from the past papers which will be helpful in the preparation of the test according to the syllabus. Set-1 Contains 100 MCQs.


1. The theory of ‘Clash of Civilizations’ was presented by:

A. Francis Fukuyama
B. Michael W. Doyle
C. Fouad Ajami
D. Samuel P. Huntington


Correct Answer: D. Samuel P. Huntington


2. Which of the following countries has signed and ratified the ‘Kyoto Protocol’ an International environmental protection treaty?

A. Germany
B. France
C. Japan
D. All of the above


Correct Answer: D. All of the above


3. ‘Kohat Tunnel Project’ is being completed with the financial assistance of:

A. Japan
B. South Korea
C. China


Correct Answer: A. Japan


 4. ‘Al-Jazeera’ television network is based in:

A. Iraq
B. Bahrain
C. Jordan
D. Qatar


Correct Answer: D. Qatar


5. Which country is situated below the sea level?

A. New Zealand
B. Netherlands
C. Australia
D. Japan


Correct Answer: B. Netherlands


6. Ahmed Khan Kharal of Neeli Bar was a ____.

A. Freedom Fighter
B. Punjabi Poet
C. Historian
D. Mughal Architect


Correct Answer: A. Freedom Fighter


7. The Battle of Plassey was fought in 1787 by Robert Clive against ____.

A. Sirajuddin
B. Tipu Sultan
C. Mir Jaffar
D. Mir Qasim


Correct Answer: A. Sirajuddin


8. The Second World War was fought between the years ____.

A. 1938- 1945
B. 1939-1945
C. 1935-1942
D. 1936-1946


Correct Answer: B. 1939-1945


9. Aden is a port city of ____.

A. Oman
B. Eritrea
C. Yemen
D. Djibouti


Correct Answer: C. Yemen


10. Ho Chi Minh was the independence leader of ____.

A. Thailand
B. Philippines
C. Vietnam
D. Myanmar


Correct Answer: C. Vietnam


11. Poisonous gases were allegedly used in certain parts of Damascus against civilian by the:

A. Government forces
B. Revolutioners
C. United Nations
D. None of these


Correct Answer: A. Government forces


12. The country to the East of India having internal strife involving Muslims is:

A. Cambodia
B. Myanmar
C. Laos
D. None of these


Correct Answer: B. Myanmar


13. The Capital of South Africa is:

A. Lesotho
B. Botswana
C. Cape Town
D. None of these


Correct Answer: C. Cape Town


14. The country that will provide natural gas to Pakistan through the pipeline currently under construct:

A. Iran
B. Afghanistan
C. Turkmenistan
D. None of these


Correct Answer: A. Iran


15. The country that does not keep any standing armies is:

A. Switzerland
B. Philippines
C. Canada
D. None of these


Correct Answer: D. None of these


16. The country that had internal strife due to Tamil Tigers in the 1980s and 1990s is:

A. Nepal
B. Karnataka
C. Sri Lanka
D. None of these


Correct Answer: C. Sri Lanka


17. Hawaii and Guam in the pacific are the states of:

B. Canada
C. Mexico
D. None of these


Correct Answer: A. USA


18. Pakistan imports Palm Oil and tin from:

A. Vietnam
B. Maldives
C. Malaysia
D. None of these


Correct Answer: C. Malaysia


19. Paktiya, on Pakistan’s border, is a province of:

A. Iran
B. Afghanistan
C. Tajikistan
D. None of these


Correct Answer: B. Afghanistan


20. Pakistan’s five major rivers get together at:

A. Mithan Kot
B. Sukkur
C. Panjnad
D. None of these


Correct Answer: C. Panjnad


21. In Pakistan, the largest share of electricity comes from the source of:

A. Hydel
B. Nuclear
C. Thermal
D. Coal


Correct Answer: C. Thermal


22. United Nations chief weapons inspector Hans Blinx belongs to:

A. Norway
B. Sweden
C. Italy
D. France


Correct Answer: B. Sweden


23. Pre-emptive attack’ is an:

A. attack with chemical weapons
B. attack before enemy’s attack
C. attack with conventional weapons
D. doplomatic pressure on the rival country


Correct Answer: B. attack before enemy’s attack


24. Which of the following gases mainly causing global warming?

A. Nitrogen
B. Methane
C. Carbon Dioxide
D. Hydrogen


Correct Answer: C. Carbon Dioxide


25. In South Asia, the highest per capita income is in:

A. Pakistan
B. India
C. Sri Lanka
D. Maldives


Correct Answer: D. Maldives


26. The Headquarters of GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) is in:

A. Riyadh
B. Jeddah
C. Bahrain
D. Kuwait


Correct Answer: A. Riyadh


27. The old name of Sri Lanka is:

A. Ceylon
B. Lacca deep
C. Ravan
D. Maldives


Correct Answer: A. Ceylon


28. The Headquarters of World Trade Organization is in: 

A. Lausanne
B. Geneva
C. Bale
D. Strasburg


Correct Answer: B. Geneva


29. Dmitry Medvede is ____ of Russia.

A. Prime Minister
B. President
C. Bussiness tycoon
D. Film Director


Correct Answer: A. Former Prime Minister (2012 to 2020)


30. Area wise the largest country in the world is:

A. Canada
B. Russia
C. China


Correct Answer: B. Russia


31. Ancient city of Byzantium is today known as:

A. Ankara
B. Istanbul
C. Izmir
D. Antalya


Correct Answer: B. Istanbul


32. Chinese currency is known as:

A. Yuan
B. Yen
C. Dong
D. Ringgit


Correct Answer: A. Yuan


33. Un General Assembly meets every year for the new session in which month?

A. August
B. September
C. October
D. November


Correct Answer: B. September


34. The capital city of Cuba is

A. Mar del Plata
B. Cape town
C. Brasilla
D. Havana


Correct Answer: D. Havana


35. ECO (Economic Cooperation Organization) secretariat is located in:

A. Tabrez
B. Istanbul
C. Tehran
D. Ashgabat


Correct Answer: C. Tehran


36. The Headquarters of The Arab League situated at

A. Doha
B. Ciaro
C. Abu Dhabi
D. Riyadh


Correct Answer: B. Ciaro


37. Which International Organization was founded on 25th May 1981?

A. The Arab League
D. Gulf Cooperation Council


Correct Answer: D. Gulf Cooperation Council


38. Pakistan has how many seasons?

A. Two seasons
B. Four seasons
C. Five seasons
D. Eight seasons


Correct Answer: B. Four seasons


39. The Hottest place in Pakistan is

A. Sibi
B. Jacobabad
C. Kashmore
D. Lahore


Correct Answer: B. Jacobabad


40. Which of the following Rivers do not flow in Africa?

A. Nile
B. Congo
C. Zamberi
D. Tigris


Correct Answer: D. Tigris


41. The lower Indus plain starts from

A. Mithan Kot
B. Mianwali
C. Sahiwal
D. Thatta


Correct Answer: A. Mithan Kot


42. Name the author who created who ‘The Adventure of Tom Sawyer’?

A. Chaucer
B. Sinclair Lewis
C. Mark Twin
D. James Barrier


Correct Answer: C. Mark Twin


43. Canterbury Tales was written by

A. Ernest Hemingway
B. Geoffrey Chaucer
C. Harold Robbins
D. Jane Austin


Correct Answer: B. Geoffrey Chaucer


44. The Picture printed on the back of Rs. 5000 Pakistani Note is:

A. Lahore Fort
B. Faisal Mosque
C. Shalimar Garden
D. Harrapa


Correct Answer: B. Faisal Mosque


45. Which states of the USA are called ‘Mother of States’?

A. Alaska
B. Virginia
C. Texas
D. California


Correct Answer: B. Virginia 


46. DeWitt Wallace was the founder of the magazine

A. Time
B. Forbes
C. Newsweek
D. Reader’s Digest


Correct Answer: D. Reader’s Digest


47. Reader’s Digest magazine was first published in

A. 1898
B. 1900
C. 1920
D. 1922


Correct Answer: D. 1922


48. February 5 observed annually as

A. Black Day
B. Maritime Day
C. Accession Day
D. Kashmir Solidarity Day


Correct Answer: D. Kashmir Solidarity Day


49. Who was the founder of the oil company Shell?

A. Marcus Samuel
B. Charles Saatchi
C. Darryl W. Handy
D. Norman Kittson


Correct Answer: A. Marcus Samuel


50. Which is the shortest river in the world?

A. Mekong
B. Lena
C. Congo
D. Roe River


Correct Answer: D. Roe River


51. What is the length of the shortest river in the world ‘Roe River’?

A. 61 meters
B. 65 meters
C. 69 meters
D. 71 meters


Correct Answer: A. 61 meters


52. Rome, the capital of Italy is located beside the river:

A. Danube
B. Tiber
C. Rhine
D. Po


Correct Answer: B. Tiber


53. Which Continent is without glaciers?

A. Asia
B. Africa
C. Europe
D. Australia


Correct Answer: D. Australia


54. Burgeon glacier is located in

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


Correct Answer: D. Chile


55. The highest of Koh-e-Sulaiman range is

A. Tirich Mir
B. K-2
C. Takhat-e-Sulaiman
D. Sakar


Correct Answer: C. Takhat-e-Sulaiman


56. Which among the following is regarded as the ‘Father of Russian Revolution’?

A. Lenin
B. Karl Marx
C. Trotsky
D. Kerensky


Correct Answer: A. Lenin


57. Which of the following Pass connects Peshawar with Chitral?

A. Malakand Pass
B. Dargai Pass
C. Bola Pass
D. Baroghil Pass


Correct Answer: A. Malakand Pass


58. Who said these words ‘I want to die in an independent country instead of a slave Hindustan’?

A. Ch. Rahmat Ali
B. Maulana Hafeez Jallandhari
C. Maulana Muhammad Ali Johar
D. None of these


Correct Answer: C. Maulana Muhammad Ali Johar


59. Saudi Billionaire Osama bin Laden made his money through which business?

A. Weapons trading
B. Construction
C. Petroleum trading
D. Drug trafficking


Correct Answer: B. Construction


60. Who was the Prime Minister of the UK at the time of the creation of Pakistan?

A. Attlee
B. Lord Chelmsford
C. Churchill
D. None of these


Correct Answer: A. Attlee


61. Astana is the capital of

A. Azerbaijan
B. Tajikistan
C. Kyrgyzstan
D. Kazakhstan


Correct Answer: D. Kazakhstan


62. ‘Hamayun Nama’ was written by

A. Altaf Gauhar
B. Noor Jehan
C. Emperor Akbar
D. Gulbaden Begum


Correct Answer: D. Gulbaden Begum


63. Agartala city made famous by 1968 conspiracy case located in

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


Correct Answer: C. India


64. Kamran’s Bara-Dari in Lahore named after

A. Baur’s father
B. Hamayun’s brother
C. Sher Shah Suri’s father
D. Akbar’s Uncle


Correct Answer: B. Hamayun’s brother


65. Allama Inyatallah Mashriqi was the founder of

A. MAO College Lahore
B. Anjuman Hiimayat-e-Islam
C. Arafat Magzine
D. Khaksar Movement


Correct Answer: D. Khaksar Movement


66. In 1867, which dispute laid the foundation of ‘Two Nations Theory’ in India?

A. Share in Federal Government
B. Attack on each other’s religious beliefs
C. Urdu-Hindi Controversy
D. Financial Disparity


Correct Answer: C. Urdu-Hindi Controversy


67. In 1886, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan founded

A. MAO College, Aligarh
B. MAO Aligarh School
C. Tehzib-ul-Ikhlaq
D. Muhammadan Education Conference


Correct Answer: D. Muhammadan Education Conference


68. At the time of Bengal’s Partition (1905), who was the Governor-General of India?

A. Lord Mayo
B. Lord Curzon
C. Lord Clive
D. Lord Wavell


Correct Answer: B. Lord Curzon


69. Who leads the Shimla Deputation during a meeting with Governor-General Lord Minto in 1906?

A. Sir Agha Khan
B. Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk
C. Nawab Salim-Ullah-Khan
D. Muhammad Ali Jinnah


Correct Answer: A. Sir Agha Khan


70. The year 1916 A.D. is significant due to

A. Hindu-Muslims Riots
B. Lucknow Pact
C. Dismissal of Indian Governer
D. None of these


Correct Answer: B. Lucknow Pact


71. Ghandi emerged as a top-notch leader in India after

A. Jinnah’s joining of Muslim League
B. Lucknow Pact
C. Partition of Bengal
D. Khilafat Movement


Correct Answer: D. Khilafat Movement


72. Montague-Chelmsford Reforms were announced in

A. 1906
B. 1919
C. 1921
D. 1930


Correct Answer: B. 1919


73. Who presided over Allahabad Session of Muslim League in 1930?

A. Muhammad Ali Jinnah
B. Sir Agha Khan
C. Hakim Ajmal Khan
D. Allama Iqbal


Correct Answer: D. Allama Iqbal


74. Who was the Governor General of India before Lord Mountbatten?

A. Lord Wavell
B. Lord Irwin
C. Lord Minto
D. None of these


Correct Answer: A. Lord Wavell


75. Which of them arrived in India in 1942?

A. Simmon Commision
B. Cripps Mission
C. Cabinet Mission
D. None of them


Correct Answer: B. Cripps Mission


76. Who is considered to be the Chief Architect of 1956 Constitution?

A. Ghulam Muhammad
B. Sikandar Mirza
C. Muhammad Ali Bogra
D. Ch. Muhammad Ali


Correct Answer: D. Ch. Muhammad Ali


77. Gwadar Port is being constructed in the Province of

B. Punjab
C. Sindh
D. Bolochistan


Correct Answer: D. Balochistan


78. Chennai is the new name of which Indian state?

A. Haryana
B. Chandigar
C. Calcutta
D. Madras


Correct Answer: D. Madras


79. Which film won 8 Oscar awards in 2009?

A. Slumdog Millionaire
B. Traffic
C. Crash
D. Harry Porter and Half Prince


Correct Answer: A. Slumdog Millionaire


80. ‘Agerpres’ is the news agency of

A. South Africa
B. Romania
C. Argentina
D. Georgia


Correct Answer: B. Romania


81. Schwab Klaus was the founder of

A. Red Cross
B. Amnestry International
C. World Economic Forum
D. Human Rights Watch


Correct Answer: C. World Economic Forum


82. The plain areas in Sindh, Bahawalpur and Rachna Doab are called

A. Cover flood Plain
B. Meandee Plain
C. Non area Plain
D. Riverine Plain


Correct Answer: A. Cover flood Plain


83. The major part of lower Indus plain is

A. Sindh plain
B. Sindh Doaab
C. Thai Desert
D. None of these


Correct Answer: A. Sindh plain


84. Active flood plain is also known as bet or

A. Meander land
B. Khaddar land
C. Riverine land
D. None of these


Correct Answer: B. Khaddar land


85. The word is celebrating the 200th birthday in 2009 of which scientist?

A. Charles Darwin
B. Roger Bacon
C. Issac Newton
D. Alaxander Fleming


Correct Answer: A. Charles Darwin


86. Where are the Headquarters of Humans Right Watch?

A. New York
B. Paris
C. Hague
D. Rome


Correct Answer: A. New York


87. Who is the current Managing director of IMF?

A. Gay Quaden
B. Nout Wellink
C. Kristalina Georgieva
D. Alaistar Darling


Correct Answer: C. Kristalina Georgieva 


88. Which country is the largest trading partner of Pakistan?

C. China


Correct Answer: C. China


89. Autopsy is connected with

A. Post-mortem
B. Cancer
C. Study of living cells
D. None of these


Correct Answer: A. Post-mortem


90. World longest street is

A. Yonge street
B. Wall street
C. Fleet street
D. Lombard street


Correct Answer: A. Yonge street 


91. Parliament of Kuwait is known as

A. Majlis-al-Nawab
B. Majlis Shoora
C. Majlis-i-Umma
D. Majlis-ul-Umma


Correct Answer: C. Majlis-i-Umma


92. ‘Order of Cloud and Banner’ is the most prestigious military award of

A. Japan
B. China
C. India
D. South Korea


Correct Answer: B. China


93. Monsoon season in Pakistan starts in July and ends in

A. August
B. September
C. October
D. November


Correct Answer: B. September


Directions: Choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word


A. Inconstant
B. Restless
C. Uncertain
D. Unrestrained


Correct Answer: D. Unrestrained



A. Grant
B. Recieve
C. Interchange
D. Deliver


Correct Answer: C. Interchange


96. HELM

A. Corner
B. Handle
C. Head
D. Edge


Correct Answer: C. Head


Directions: In each of the following  question, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word


A. Plantiful
B. Average
C. Extravagant
D. Excessive


Correct Answer: A. Plantiful



A. Active
B. Modern
C. Permanent
D. Transient


Correct Answer: A. Active



A. Rival
B. Alien
C. Detractor
D. Enemy


Correct Answer: C. Detractor



A. Excitement
B. Duplicity
C. Resentment
D. Dubiousness


Correct Answer: A. Excitement


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