General Knowledge Set-04

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Now a days each has a general knowledge portion. PPSC and FPSC exams designed in such a way, one cannot achieve merit without doing GK preparation. Clickans provides you general knowledge set-04, which is for the first day of you preparation. Doing regular can help you to achieve marks within merit.

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General Knowledge Set-04

1. One inch is equal to?

(A) 2 cm

(B) 2.5 cm

(C) 2.54 cm

(D) 3.00 cm

2. If 5X-15-50 then find the value of X?

(A) 17

(B) 15

(C) 11

(D) 13

3. Oldest inhabited city in the world is?

(A) Mohenjodarro

(B) Harappa

(C) Taxila

(D) Damascus

4. The Cultural Center of Gandhara Civilization was situated at present day in

(A) Pakistan

(B) Afghanistan

(C) Iraq

(D) China

5. Oldest monarchy is

(A) Saudi Arab


(D) Kuwait

(C) Japan

6. Father of Homeopathy is?

(A) Samuel Hahnemann

(B) Hahnemann

(C) Sigmund

(D) Robert Dover

7. The book ‘Wealth of Nations’ was written by

(B) Karl Marx

(A) John Marshal

(D) None of these

(C) Max Muller

8. Communist Manifesto was originally published in which language

(A) Russian

(B) Greek

(C) German

(D) French

9. The famous incident of Boston Tea Party took place in?

(A) 1765

(B) 1770

(C) 1776

(D) 1773

10. Ahmad Khan Kharal the famous character of War of independence belongs to?

(A) Satiana

(B) Gogera

(C) Cheecha Watni

(D). Jhamra

11. Faiz Ahmad Faiz was imprisoned for his Conspiracy alleged involvement in

(A) Lahore

(B) Agartala

(C) Rawalpindi

(D) Attock

12. “Pride and Prejudice” was written by:

(A) Thomas Hardy

(B) Jane Austen

(C) George Orwell

(D) Agatha Christi

13. Cholera is caused by?

(A) Virus

(B) Cocci

(C) None of these

(D) Bacteria

14. Which of the following disease iIs not caused by virus?

(A) Polio

(B) Small pox

(C) Mumps

(D) Typhoid

15. Which among the following is Starch digesting enzyme?

(A) Lipase

(B) Protease

(C) Amylase

(D) None of these

16. Another name tor Vitamin C is

(A)Ascorbic Acid

(B) Acetic Acid

(C) Citric Acid

(D) Lysozyme

17. Which is used as moderator in atomic reactor?

(A) Water

(B) Uranium

(C) Platinum

(D) Heavy Water

18. Guava is a rich source of

(A) Vitamin C

(B) Vitamin D

(C) Vitamin A

(D) Calcium

19. “Conversations with Myself” was written by?

(A) Barak Obama

(B) Nelson Mandela

(C) Tony Blair

(D) None of thesee

20. Diameter of Jupiter is times of earth’s diameter

(A) 13

(B) 11

(C) 9

(D) 10

21. Which is the hottest planet in the Solar System?

(A) Jupiter

(B) Mercury


(D) Venus

22. Plato was of Aristotle.

(B) Son

(A) Student

(C) Son-in-law

(D) Teacher

23. Quaid-e-Azam joined Muslim League in

(A) 1913

(B) 1914

(C) 1911

(D) 1916

24. The Jallianwala massacre took place in:

(A) April 1919

(B) December 1919

(D) April 1920

(C) April 1921

25. “Jallianwala Bagh” is located in:

(A) Delhi

(B) Lahore

(C) Amritsar

(D) Lucknow

26. First Noble Prize in physics was awarded to?

(A) Priestly

(B) Roentgen

(C) Madame Curie

(D) Alexander Fleming

27. Which among the following is ancient wonder of world?

(A) Eiffel Tower

(B) Taj Mahal

(C) Lighthouse of Alexandria

(D) None of these

28. 200 candidates applied for exams, from which 180 candidates appeared in exam and 70 per cent passed, how many failed?

(A) 52

(B) 57

(C) 59

(D) 54

29. If X=28 and Y=51, then (X+Y)-(X-Y)=?

(A) 56

(B) 53

(C) 61

(D) 59

30. Who was the inventor of printing press?

(A) Johannes Gutenberg

(B) Louis Pasteur

(C) Oliver Cromwell

(D) St. Augustine

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