General Knowledge Mcqs MCQs Latest For FPSC, PPSC, NTS, KPPSC, SPSC & Other Tests

General Knowledge Mcqs MCQs Latest For FPSC, PPSC, NTS, KPPSC, SPSC & Other Tests

General Knowledge Mcqs MCQs Latest For FPSC, PPSC, NTS, KPPSC, SPSC & Other Tests
General Knowledge Mcqs

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Which is the national flower of Grenada _______ ?

A. Bougainvillea
B. Red Rose
C. Cornflower
D. Monja Blanca

Which is the national flower of Croatia ________ ?

A. Tudor Rose
B. Iris Croatica 
C. White Mariposa
D. Rose

Who is the author of the book ” Tools and Weapons:The Promise and The Peril of the Digital Age”?

A. Sundar Pichai
B. Jeff Bezos
C. Brad Smith
D. Satya Nedella

When did World Day Against Trafficking in Persons celebrate?

A. 29th July
B. 30th July
C. 31st July
D. 28th July

Which is the national flower of “Bhutan” ?

A. Rumdul
B. Blue Poppy
C. Simpoh Ayer
D. Copihue

Which is the national flower of Austria ?

A. Edelweiss
B. Black Orchid
C. Red Poppy
D. Blue-Eyed Grass

What was the total members of East Asia Summit (EAS) in its inaugural summit held in Kuala Lumpur on 14 December 2005.

A. 14 members
B. 12 members
C. 18 members
D. 22 members

Pakistan is a member of the APG Asia Pesific Group since_________. APG is a regional body of Paris-based FATF of the United Nations.

A. 1999
B. 2000
C. 2004
D. 2003

Which airlines is the largest and National airline of Israel?

A. EL AL
B. Air Israel
C. lAL
D. Arkia Airlines

Mention the unique airlines whose international planes fitted with anti-missile equipment?

A. KLM
B. Aeroflot
C. EL AL
D. Eva Air

Who is known as Man of Blood and Iron ___________?

A. Napoleon
B. Sir Walter Soctt
C. Bismarck
D. Ho chi Minh

Which is the national flower of Jordan?

A. Cherry Blossom
B. Red Rose
C. Black Iris
D. White Iris

Court language during Ranjit Singh regime was___________?

A. Persian
B. Urdu
C. Punjabi
D. None

Ema is an example of _________?

A. Active Volcano
B. Extinct Volcano
C. Plateau in a volcano
D. Dormant Volcano

The place of origin of an earthquake is called___________?

A. Seismic focus
B. Epicenter
B. Seismal
D. Amphidromic Point

Name the Continents that form a mirror image of each other__________?

A. North America and South America
B. Africa and South America
C. Europe and Asia
D. Asia and Africa

People who are called wasps have ancestors from which country_____________?

A. Spain
B. America
C. England
D. Persia

Volcanoes occur at tectonic plate boundaries that are ________?

A. Divergent
B. Convergent
C. Both A & B
D. Destructive

Black Forest is the name of mountain present in______________?

A. Russia
B. USA
C. Canada
D. None of these

Which one of the following seas is without a coastline?

A. Sargasso sea
B. White sea
C. Tasman sea
D. Sea of Okhotsk

Latitude of place is indicative of its_____________?

A. Altitude
B. Time
C. Temperature
D. Amount of rainfall

Sargasso Sea is located in___________?

A. South Atlantic Ocean
B. North Atlantic Ocean
C. North Pacific Ocean
D. None of these

The Sun reaches its Maximum Angular distance from the equator at the__________?

A. Zenith
B. Equinox
C. Solstice
D. Noontime

Eskimos are the primitive people living in___________?

A. Western Europe
B. South America
C. Central Africa
D. North America

The Peloponnesian War’ was fought between ____________ and _________?

A. Athens and Iran
B. Sparta and Athens
C. Sparta and Iran
D. Athens and Asia Minor

The imaginary line on the surface of earth which closely follows the 180° meridian, is called__________ ?

A. Prime Meridian
B. Equator
C. International Date Line
D. None of these

Child Labour is the main theme in most of the novels of____________?

A. Leo Tolstoy
B. D.H Lawrence
C. Maxim Gorky 
D. Charles Dickens

Russia withdrew from Afghanistan under the ___________?

A. Kabul pact
B. Islamabad treaty
C. Geneva Accord
D. Moscow Agreement

Which international arbitration institution fined Pakistan in Reko Diq mining case?

A. London Court of International Arbitration
B. International Court of Arbitration
C. International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes
D. None of these

When did Aurangzeb Alamgir died?

A. 1657
B. 1627
C. 1658
D. 1707

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Who was the last king of the Bahmani empire _______?

A. Kalim-Allah Shah
B. Ahmad Shah III
C. Aladdin Shah
D. Wali-Allah Shah

Which is the national flower of Angola ?

A. Welwitschia
B. Red Poppy
C. Narcissus
D. Black Orchid

Which is the national game of Turkey ?

A. Oil Wrestling
B. Alpine Skiing
C. Sumo wrestling
D. Golf

Which one of the following ecosystems covers the largest area of the earth’s surface?

A. Mountain Ecosystem
B. Grassland Ecosystem
C. Marine Ecosystem
D. Desert Ecosystem

Mt. Ararat is the highest peak of__________?

A. Britain
B. Turkey
C. Chile
D. North Korea

Where is the largest Coral Reef located?

A. U.K
B. Canada
C. Australia
D. Germany

Name the World famous and finest Harbour?

A. Mumbai
B. Calcutta
C. Sydney
D. New York

Which layer of the atmosphere reflects radio waves back to the earth’s surface?

A. Troposphere
B. Ozone layer
C. Stratosphere
D. Ionosphere

Loire is the longest river of____________?

A. France
B. UK
C. Russia
D. None

“Sense and Sensibility” was written by:____________?

A. Jhon Milton
B. Shakespeare’s
C. Jane Austen
D. Methew Arnold

The World Day for International Justice (WDIJ) is observed every year on _________?

A. 18 July
B. 17 July
C. 16 July
D. 19 July

IPCC is the abbreviation for___________?

A. International Panel on Collective Change
B. International Program on Climate Climate
C. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
D. International Panel on Collective Climate

Which from the following countries has no Armed Forces?

A. Nigeria
B. Niger
C. Iceland
D. Latvia

The Book “Higher than Hopes” is a biography of __________ ?

A.Nelson Mandela
B. Bill Clinton
C. Henry S. Commager
D. Mother Terasa

The Book “Long Walk to Freedom” is written by __________ ?

A. Nelson Mandela
B. Bill Clinton
C. Henry S. Commager
D. Mother Terasa

Channel Tunnel is an Under Sea Rail Tunnel that linked ___________ ?

A. France and Germany
B. England and France
C. America and Mexico
D. England and Germany

General Knowledge Mcqs (06)

Al-Tahrir Square is in ___________?

A. Tripoli, Libya
B.Cairo, Egypt
C. Damascus, Syria
D. İstanbul, Turkey

International Day of Diplomats is celebrated on____________?

A. 28 October
B. 24 October
C. 20 October
D. 31 October

How many pairs of ribs are there in Human Body___________?

A. 12
B. 11
C. 13
D. none of these

Franc is the currency of___________?

A. Malagasy
B. Rwanda
C. Burundi
D. All of them

Hindenburg line divides____________?

A. Germany and Poland
B. South Vietnam and North Vietnam
C. Germany and France
D. None of the above

Who is the Current President of International Court of Justice(ICJ) ?

A. Ronny Abraham
B. Jmaes Meats
C. Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf
D. Basharul Asad

The International Court of Justice is located in _________?

A. Washigton
B. New York
C. Geneva
D. The Hague

Which Team did not Win a single Match in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019?

A. West Indies
B. Sri Lanka
C. Afghanistan
D. None of These

Who is the Highest Run Scorer of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019?

A. Shakib Al Hasan
B. Kane Williamson
C. David Warner
D. Rohit Sharma

How many times England won the ICC World Cup?

A. One time
B. Three Times
C. Two Times
D. Four Times

Which Country leads the world in Wind Energy?

A. Japan
B. America
C. China
D. None of the these

The period in which the Suez Canal remained closed after Arab-Israel war____________?

A. 1967-1977
B. 1967-1975
C. 1967-1973
D. 1967-1979

The Chapultepec Castle is located in___________?

A. Egypt
B. Indonesia
C. South Africa
D. Mexico

Borobudur, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is located in__________?

A. Indonesia
B. South Africa
C. Egypt
D. South Korea

Which country is completely surrounded by South Africa?

A. Laos
B. Gabon
C. Lesotho
D. Niue

The Komodo dragons are found in___________?

A. Indonesia
B. South Africa
C. Maldives
D. Egypt

Kansai International Airport on an artificial island is located in________?

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

Ross Island in the Ross Sea is located near_________?

A. Norway
B. Greenland
C. Continent of Antarctica
D. Continent of Australia

Mohs’ Scale” is used to indicate the_________?

A. Degree of hardness of minerals
B. Degree of elasticity of a material
C. Degree of viscosity of a liquid
D. Degree of brittleness of a substance

Which treaty provides for a common currency for European Community____________?

A. Geneva Convention
B. Treaty of Versailles
C. Brussels Treaty
D. Maastricht Treaty

Which of the following canals is considered to be an important link between the developed countries and the developing countries__________?

A. Kiel Canal
B. Suez Canal 
C. Panama Canal
D. Grand Canal

Gimpo airport is situated in__________?

A. Japan
B. Russia
C. South Korea
D. Germany

Synagogue is place of worship of which religion?

A. Shintoism
B. Judaism
C. Confucianism
D. Buddhism

Author of the book “The Making of Modern Sindh” is____________?

A. Ibrahim Joyo
B. Rasool Bux Palijo
C. Hamida Khuhro
D. Amar Jalil

The Battle of Halani was fought in___________?

A. 1748
B. 1712
C. 1762
D. 1782

Which style of painting was used by early Renaissance artists_______?

A. Catholic Art
B. Graeco-Roman
C. Gothic
D. None of these

The science of lightning is called___________?

A. Meteorology
B. Aerology
C. Electeorology
D. Fulminology

Who was Bismarck?

A. Orator
B. German Politician and statesman
C. German Navy Destroyer
D. German Novelist

The first private tourist of the space was___________?

A. Larry Swanson
B. Shuttle Worth
C. Dennis Tito
D. None of these

Who provided proof to suggest that the earth was spherical?

A. Francis Columbus
B. David Encaston
C. Ferdinand Magellan
D. None of these

Tower of Silence is___________?

A. Cemetery in London built in the memory of dead of IInd World War.
B. Another name of Eiffel Tower.
C. Place where dead remains of followers of Zoroastrian are placed after funeral rituals.
D. Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, D.C. U.S.A.

Who was the founder of Lodhi dynasty of India (1451-1526)?

A. Ibrahim Lodhi
B. Bahlul Khan Lodhi
C. Skindar Lodhi
D. None of these

Which is smallest state in Asia?

A. Malta
B. Bahrain
C. Maldives
D. Brunei

International day to end impunity for crimes against journalists observed every year on_________?

A. 1 November
B. 2 November
C. 4 November
D. 3 November

When was the border disputes settled between the US and Mexico?

A. 1975
B. 1970
C. 1960
D. 1980

General Knowledge Mcqs (08)

How many US states border the Gulf of Mexico?

A. 9
B. 5
C. 3
D. 13

Fidel Castro was the president of___________?

A. Poland
B. Spain
C. Cuba
D. South Africa

Dampier is the seaport of____________?

A. Australia
B. Dublin
C. Denmark
D. Italy

Which city is called as ‘Queen of Adriatic’?

A. Paris
B. Rome
C. London
D. Venice

Which Country from following, having No border line with Afghanistan?

A. Tajikistan
B. Kyrgyzstan
C. Turkemanistan
D. Uzbekistan

“Big Apple” is a nickname of___________?

A. China
B. New York
C. Canada
D. Russia

A bird that can fly backwards?

A. Cardinal Bird
B. Humming Bird
C. Crimson Sun Bird
D. Bat

Gwadar became part of Pakistan on September 8,____________?

A. 1955
B. 1949
C. 1958
D. 1972

The largest Island in the world is Greenland, which is largest Island in Indian Ocean?

A. Java
B. Madagascar 
C. Borneo
D. Sunda

Through which one of the following countries the equator does not pass?

A. Kenya
B. Zaire (Congo)
C. Uganda
D. Tanzania

“Last Judgement” is the famous painting of___________?

A. Pablo Picasso
B. Michel Angelo
C. Rembrandt
D. Leonardo de Vinci

What is the range of panama canal ?

A. 82 km
B. 100 km
C. 90 km
D. 120 km

Who was the first Chairman of Pakistan atomic energy commission?

A. Dr. Muhammad Abdus salam
B. Dr. I.H. Usmani
C. Dr Nazeer Ahmed
D. Mr. Saleem Mehmud

Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO), the national space agency, was established in 1961 as a Committee and was granted the status of a Commission in 1981.Who led the foundation of SUPARCO?

A. Dr Sibte nabi Naqvi
B. Dr. I.H Usmani
C. Dr. Abdus Salam
D. Dr. Saleem-uzaman Siddique

During its 74th Plenary Meeting, the United Nations (UN) General Assembly 72nd Session has proclaimed 2019 as the International Year of the____________?

A. Climate Change
B. Cancer
C. Forest Conservation
D. Periodic table of chemical elements 

Whose sword was named ” Excalibur”?

A. Sir Lancelot’s
B. King James’
C. Sir Mexalot’s
D. King Arthur’s 

What is human body’s largest organ according to 2018 discovery?

A. Liver
B. Skin
C. Interstitium
D. None

Which vegetable is Toxic For Dogs?

A. Onion
B. Peas
C. Carrot
D. Potato

On which continent do Jaguars live?

A. Europe
B. America
C. Australia
D. Antarctica

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