Note: SPSC SST Solved Test held on 18th February 2024, Contains 50+ Solved mcqs of General Knowledge, Pak Study, Sociology, Islamic Study, English Synonym, Correct Spelled word, Substitution, Idiom, Indirect , Directed Speech and Urdu Literature.

 

1. Sindh Madarsah tul Islam, Karachi was established on ___ by Agha Hussain Ali Afendi.

A. 1st July, 1882
B. 1st July, 1883
C. 1st August 1884
D. 1st September, 1885

Answer

Correct Answer: D. 1st September, 1885

Detail about MCQs

The Sindh Madrasah tul Islam, Karachi, was established on 1st September, 1885, by Agha Hussain Ali Afendi. This educational institution played a significant role in providing modern education alongside religious teachings in the region of Sindh, Pakistan.

Founded during the British colonial era, the Sindh Madrasah tul Islam aimed to provide a blend of traditional Islamic education with modern subjects such as science, mathematics, and literature. This was in response to the growing need for educational reform and the desire to equip students with skills relevant to the changing world.

 

2. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan laid the foundation of a Persian School at?

A. Lucknow
B. Aligarh
C. Muradabad
D. Delhi

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Aligarh

Detail about MCQs

The institution founded by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan in Aligarh was known as the “Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College,” which later evolved into the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). Initially, Persian was one of the subjects taught at the college, but the institution’s curriculum expanded over time to include various other subjects and disciplines.

 

3. Which of the following is the nearest to the Gwadar Port?

A. Strait of Singapore
B. Strait of Hormuz
C. Strait of Malacca
D. Suez Canal

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Strait of Hormuz

Detail about MCQs

The correct answer is B. Strait of Hormuz.

Gwadar Port is located in the southwestern region of Pakistan, near the Arabian Sea. The Strait of Hormuz is the nearest among the options provided. It is a narrow waterway between the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman, located to the south of Iran and to the north of the United Arab Emirates and Oman.

 

4. Television centers of PTV were established in Karachi & Rawalpindi/Islamabad in?

A. 1955
B. 1959
C. 1963
D. 1967

Answer

Correct Answer: D. 1967

Detail about MCQs

the establishment of television centers in Karachi and Rawalpindi/Islamabad in 1967 marked a significant milestone in the development of PTV and the broadcasting industry in Pakistan, allowing for greater access to television programming and information dissemination throughout the country.

 

5. Objectives resolution was passed by the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan on?

A. December 12, 1947
B. March 12, 1948
C. March 12, 1949
D. December 12, 1950

Answer

Correct Answer: C. March 12, 1949

Detail about MCQs

The Objectives Resolution was passed by the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan on March 12, 1949. This resolution laid down the guiding principles and objectives that would shape the future constitution of Pakistan. It articulated the vision of the country’s founding fathers regarding the nature of the state and its governance. The Objectives Resolution emphasized the importance of democracy, social justice, equality, and freedom for all citizens, regardless of their religion, caste, or creed.

 

6. The first nuclear power plant was set up at Karachi in ___?

A. 1971
B. 1972
C. 1973
D. 1974

Answer

Correct Answer: B. 1972

Detail about MCQs

The first nuclear power plant in Pakistan was established in Karachi in 1972. Known as the Karachi Nuclear Power Plant (KANUPP), it marked a significant milestone in Pakistan’s pursuit of nuclear energy. KANUPP’s construction was initiated in the late 1960s with assistance from Canada, and it became operational in 1972, generating electricity for the national grid. This plant played a crucial role in diversifying Pakistan’s energy sources and reducing its dependence on traditional fuels. Over the years, KANUPP has undergone upgrades and expansions, contributing substantially to the country’s energy production capacity and providing a reliable source of electricity to millions of Pakistanis.

 

7. Who gave the title of “Quaid-e-Azam” to Muhammad Ali Jinnah?

A. Moulana Mazharuddin Shaheed
B. Liaqat Ali Khan
C. Sir Allama Iqbal
D. Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Moulana Mazharudding Shaheed

Detail about MCQs

The correct answer is indeed A. Maulana Mazharuddin Shaheed gave the title of “Quaid-e-Azam” to Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Maulana Mazharuddin Shaheed was a prominent Muslim leader who played an active role in the Pakistan Movement. He bestowed this title upon Jinnah during a public address in 1933, recognizing his leadership and dedication to the cause of the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent. Jinnah, thereafter, became widely known as “Quaid-e-Azam,” signifying his pivotal role as the leader of the Muslim community in their struggle for independence and the creation of Pakistan.

 

8. When Dr. Sir Muhammad Iqbal delivered the presidential address in the annual session of All India Muslim League?

A. 20th November 1930 at Allahabad
B. 25th November 1930 at Allahabad
C. 29th December 1930 at Allahabad
D. 30th December 1930 at Allahabad

Answer

Correct Answer: C. 29th December 1930 at Allahabad

Detail about MCQs

Dr. Sir Muhammad Iqbal delivered the presidential address at the annual session of the All India Muslim League on December 29, 1930, in Allahabad. In his historic address, known as the Allahabad Address, Iqbal articulated his vision for a separate Muslim state in the Indian subcontinent, which later became the ideological foundation for the creation of Pakistan. He emphasized the distinct cultural, social, and political identity of Muslims in India and called for their unity and mobilization to safeguard their rights and interests. Iqbal’s address played a crucial role in galvanizing support for the Pakistan Movement and inspired Muslims to strive for self-determination and autonomy within the Indian subcontinent.

 

9. Who served the shortest tenure as Prime Minister of Pakistan?

A. Feroz Khan Noon
B. Nurul Amin
C. Muhammad Ali Bogra
D. Hussain Shaheed Suharwardi

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Nurul Amin

Detail about MCQs

Nurul Amin served the shortest tenure as Prime Minister of Pakistan. He held the position for only 13 days, from December 7, 1971, to December 20, 1971. Nurul Amin’s tenure was brief due to the turbulent political situation surrounding the independence of Bangladesh, which culminated in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 and the subsequent secession of East Pakistan. His term was marked by significant challenges and instability, leading to his resignation shortly after taking office.

 

10. The 18th Amendment in the constitution received the assent of the President on?

A. 20th April 2009
B. 19th April 2010
C. 21st April 2011
D. 22nd April 2012

Answer

Correct Answer: B. 19th April 2010

Detail about MCQs

The 18th Amendment to the Constitution of Pakistan received the assent of the President on April 19, 2010. This constitutional amendment was a landmark development in Pakistan’s constitutional history, aimed at devolving greater powers to the provinces, strengthening democracy, and ensuring a more equitable distribution of resources. It introduced significant changes to various articles of the constitution, including those related to the distribution of legislative powers between the federal and provincial governments, the autonomy of provinces, the composition of the National Assembly and Senate, and the appointment of judges.

 

11. What does the term “Political Rights” include?

A. The right to own a property
B. The right to vote and participate in government
C. The right to play sports
D. The right to drive a car

Answer

Correct Answer: B. The right to vote and Participate in Government

 

12. In addition to civics, which social science explores the economic aspects of society?

A. Anthropology
B. Economics
C. History
D. Geography

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Economics

 

13. What does sovereignty refer to in the context of the state?

A. The state of being Physically Fit
B. The Supreme Authority and Power to Govern
C. A type of Currency
D. The ability to play a Musical Instrument

Answer

Correct Answer: B. The Supreme Authority and Power to Govern

 

14. What term is used to describe a family consisting of parents and their children?

A. Extended Family
B. Nuclear Family
C. Blended Family
D. Single-Parent Family

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Nuclear Family

 

15. What is the role of the state in international relations?

A. Participating in Global Dance Competition
B. Establishing Diplomatic Relations and Treaties with other Nations
C. Organizing local Music Festivals
D. Controlling the Global Economy

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Establishing Diplomatic Relations and Treaties with other Nations

 

16. What is the primary goal of the welfare state?

A. To Enforce Strict Laws
B. To maximize Individual Wealth
C. To Promote the well-being and Social Security of its Citizens
D. To regulate the Fashion Industry

Answer

Correct Answer: C. To Promote the well-being and Social Security of its Citizen

 

17. How does sovereignty relate to the ability to make and enforce laws?

A. Sovereignty limits the Power to make Laws
B. Sovereignty grants the Authority to make and Enforce Laws
C. Laws are solely determined by International Bodies
D. Laws are Dictated by Religious Institutions

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Sovereignty grants the Authority to make and Enforce Laws

 

18. What role do non-government organizations (NGOs) play in shaping the concept of global citizenship?

A. NGOs have no impact on global citizenship
B. NGOs advocate for Exclusive National Citizenship
C. NGOs promote Global Citizenship by Fostering International Cooperation and Addressing Global Issues
D. NGOs Focus solely on Economic Matters

Answer

Correct Answer: C. NGOs promote Global Citizenship by Fostering International Cooperation and Addressing Global Issues

 

19. How does the concept of Cultural Relativism impact the universality of human rights?

A. Cultural Relativism Promotes Universal Rights
B. Cultural Relativism challenges the Universality of Human Rights by emphasizing Cultural diversity and differing Values
C. The concept of Cultural Relativism is Irrelevant to human Rights
D. Cultural Relativism restricts Human Rights to Specific Cultural Context

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Cultural Relativism challenges the Universality of Human Rights by emphasizing Cultural diversity and differing Values

 

20. In a constitutional monarchy, what is the role of the monarch?

A. To hold Absolute Power
B. To Serve as the head of Government
C. To perform Ceremonial duties while real Political Power is held by Elected Officials
D. To enforce laws through military Authority

Answer

Correct Answer: C. To Perform Ceremonial duties while real Political Power is held by Elected Officials

 

21. Mountains would break by the Miracle of which Prophet?

A. Hazrat Issa A.S
B. Hazrat Yaqoob A.S
C. Hazrat Musa A.S
D. Hazrat Yahya A.S

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Hazrat Musa A.S

 

22. Who was the first Muslim among the Slaves?

A. Hazrat Zaib bin Sabit R.A
B. Hazrat Zaid bin Haris R.A
C. Hazrat Bilal R.A
D. None of these

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Hazrat Zaid bin Haris R.A

 

23. Sumayyah bint Khayyat was the ___?

A. First to accept Islam
B. First Martyr of Islam
C. First Woman to participate in Battle
D. First Woman to Learn the Holy Quran

Answer

Correct Answer: B. First Martyr of Islam

 

24. Bait-e-Rizwan was taken from Muslims by Prophet (PBUH) for taking revenge of?

A. Hazrat Umar R.A
B. Hazrat Ali R.A
C. Hazrat Abu Bakr R.A
D. Hazrat Usman R.A

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Hazrat Usman R.A

 

25. Which battle was fought after the conquest of Mecca?

A. Tabook
B. Hunain
C. Moota
D. Ahzab

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Hunain

 

26. Hazrat Ruqiah R.A, Daughter of Prophet (PBUH) died on the day of which battle?

A. Badr
B. Tabook
C. Uhad
D. Hunain

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Badr

 

27. In which hijri year, Hazrat Abu Bakr R.A died?

A. 10 Hijri
B. 12 Hijri
C. 13 Hijri
D. 14 Hijri

Answer

Correct Answer: C. 13 Hijri

 

28. In which Hijri year, Hazrat Ali R.A was martyred?

A. 39
B. 40
C. 41
D. 44

Answer

Correct Answer: B. 40

 

29. Hazrat Abu Bakr contstructed which of the following mosque?

A. Masjid e Quba
B. Masjid e Nabvi
C. Masjib e Qiblateen
D. Masjid e Kofa

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Masjid e Nabvi

 

30. Hazrat Umar R.A embraced Islam, influence by which Surah of the Holy Quran?

A. Surah Taha
B. Surah Yaseen
C. Surah Fateh
D. Surah Al Maidah

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Surah Taha

 

31. Synonym of “Pristine” is:

A. Dirty
B. Pure
C. Grimy
D. Charming

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Pure

 

32. Which of the following is correctly spelled?

A. Dysfunction
B. Divinition
C. Destatution
D. Divursion

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Dysfunction

 

33. Choose the correct meaning of the Idiom/phrase “Over-egg the pudding”?

A. Add unnecessary Details to make something seem better or worse
B. Fill the Pudding excessively with Egg
C. Add more Pudding than Eggs
D. Honest Opinion

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Add unnecessary Details to make something seem better or worse

 

34. Choose the correct meaning of the idiom/phrase “Ruffle Somebody’s Feather”:

A. Gamble
B. Escape Responsibility
C. Annoy Somebody
D. Show Contempt For

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Annoy Somebody

 

35. One word Substitution “That which can be drunk”:

A. Edible
B. Palatable
C. Potable
D. Culpable

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Potable

 

36. One word Substitution “A group of houses generally smaller than a village”?

A. Community
B. Large Settlement
C. Hamlet
D. Colony

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Hamlet

 

37. The wayfarer said to me, “Do you know the way to the ABC village?” (Identify the Indirect Speech)

A. The wayfarer asked me if I knew the way to the ABC Village.
B. The wayfarer asked me if he knew the way to the ABC Village.
C. The wayfarer asked me that if I knew the way to the ABC Village.
D. The wayfarer asked me if I did know the way to the ABC village.

Answer

Correct Answer: A. The wayfarer asked me if I knew the way to the ABC Village.

 

38. The Spectators applauded the young athlete saying that he had broken all previous records.(Identify the Direct Speech)

A. The Spectators exclaimed to the young athlete, “You have broken all records”.
B. The Spectators said to the young athlete, “You broke all records.”
C. The Spectators said to the young athlete, “You had broken all records,”
D. The Spectators said to the young athlete, “Bravo! You have broken all records.”

Answer

Correct Answer: D. The Spectators said to the young athlete, “Bravo! You have broken all records.”

 

39. The historical society built the museum. (Change the Voice)

A. The Museum was built by the Historical Society
B. The Museum was being built by the Historical Society
C. The Museum has been built by the Historical Society
D. The Museum is built by the Historical Society

Answer

Correct Answer: A. The Museum was built by the Historical Society

 

40. Every Disaster affected victim has been compensated by the government. (Change the Voice.)

A. The Government has Compensated every Disaster affected victim.
B. The Government had compensated every Disaster affected victim.
C. The Government has been compensating every Disaster affected victim.
D. The Government have been compensating every Disaster affected victim

Answer

Correct Answer: A. The Government has compensated every Disaster affected Victim

 

41. “Adab” is a word of which language?

A. Greece
B. Arabic
C. Persian
D. Turkish

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Arabic

Detail about MCQs

The word adab thus also came to mean “proper conduct and etiquette.” Initially a Persian genre, it was synthesized with Arabic literature in the ninth century, reflecting the expansion of the Islamic empire and borrowing from other cultures. The greatest master of Arabic adab was the ninth-century writer al-Jahiz.

 

42. There are how many types of “Ism-a-Maroofa”?

A. Two
B. Five
C. Seven
D. Four

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Four

 

43. A Noun that is used for Place, A person or thing is known as?

A. Proper Noun
B. Abstract Noun
C. Gerund or Verbal Noun
D. Relative Noun

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Proper Noun

 

44. Which genre is associated with stories?

A. Short Story
B. Travelogue
C. Drama
D. Novel

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Short Story

 

45. Which part of poetry laid the foundation of the Ghazal?

A. Gryaz (Refrain)
B. Madh (Praise)
C. Dua (Prayer)
D. Tashbib (Assonance)

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Tashbib (Assonance)

 

46. Who is known as the first short story writer (افسانہ نگار) in Urdu?

A. Ghulam Abbas
B. Mirza Haider Hussain
C. Jilani Bano
D. Munshi Prem Chand

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Mirza Haider Hussain

 

47. “Mirza Galib” belongs to which family?

A. Kashmiri
B. Pashtun
C. Balouch
D. Turk

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Turk

 

48. “Mad-o-Jazar-e-Islam” is a creation of which poet?

A. Moulana Hali
B. Mirza Galib
C. Mir Taqi Mir
D. Allama Iqbal

Answer

Correct Answer: B. Mirza Galib

 

49. Pakistan’s national anthem is in which meter?

A. Masnavi
B. Qasida
C. Ghazal
D. Matnawi

Answer

Correct Answer: A. Masnavi

 

50. What is it called when a word with dual meanings is used in poetry?

A. Simile
B. Guarantee
C. Ambiguity
D. Metaphor

Answer

Correct Answer: C. Ambiguity

 

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