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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 country in the world has large population of Vegetarians?

A. Sri Lanka
B. India
C. Bangladesh
D. Indonesia

Where is is headquarter of American intelligence agency CIA?

A. Chicago
B. Washington DC
C. Virginia
D. California

How many bones are in human Eyes?

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

Highest National Award of bravery in the Police Service of Pakistan is__________?

A. Imtyaz Police  Medal
B. Allama Iqbal Police Medal
C. Haider  Police Medal
D. Quaid-i-Azam Police Medal 

Which country is third largest contributor to UN after USA and China?

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

Zakat system was introduced in Pakistan in________?

A. 1967
B. 1990
C. 1980
D. 1998

What was the old name of Quetta ?

A. Shalamar
B. Karatshi
C. Shalkot
D. Quetta

Capital of Belgium is_________?

A. Brussels
B. Paris
C. La pez
D. Ottawa

Capital of Bulgaria is__________?

A. Sofia
B. Ottawa
C. Norway
D. Yaonde

Capital of Bangladesh is_________?

A. Manama
B. Minsk
C. Dhaka
D. Karachi

Capital of Pakistan is_________?

A. Kabul
B. Islamabad
C. Lahore
D. Karachi

Capital of Algeria is__________?

A. Annaba
B. Algiers
C. Vienna
D. Oran

The Capital of Albania is__________?

A. Vienna
B. Tirana
C. Luanda
D. Baku

Som is the currency of what country ?

A. Malaysia
B. Indonesia
C. Uzbekistan
D. Azerbaijan

Bakhtar is the news agency of what country ?

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

Atom was a name given by ____________ ?

A. Democritus
B. Rutherford
C. Bohr
D. Archimedes

About how many taste buds does the average human tongue have?

A. 12000
B. 10000
C. 5000
D. 3000

The first mobile phone was created In___________?

A. 1980
B. 1973
C. 1970
D. 1983

Google is an_________multinational technology company?

A. American
B. Italian
C. Indian
D. German

Google was founded by how many people?

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

Electric motor was invented by __________ ?

A. Michael Faraday
B. Thomas Edison
C. Oliver Evans
D. Horace Day

Who was ‘Father Of Chemical Warfare’ _________?

A. Fritz Haber
B. William Ramsay  
C. Ernest Rutherford
D. Louis Pasteur

Shakespeare is known mostly for his _________ ?

A. A diary
B. An autobiography
C. Poetry
D. Plays

Which is the national flower of Sri Lanka ?

A. Rose  
B. Water Lily 
C. Edelweiss
D. Golden Rose

Which kind of alcohol is russia notoriously known for?

A. Whisky
B. Brandi
C. Vodka
D. Rum

What is the national dish of France?

A. Pot au feu
B. Pelmeni
C. Pad Thai
D. French cuisine

The first English Dictionary was compiled by _________ ?

A. Samuel Butler  
B. Samuel Johnson
C. Isaac Walton
D. Sir Thomas Browne

Which is the world’s largest solar telescope that recently captures its first image of the Sun in January 2020?

A. Hobby-Eberly Telescope
B. Gran Telescopio Canarias
C. GREGOR, Teide Observatory
D. Daniel K Inouye Solar Telescope

What is the Theme of “World Cancer Day 2020”?

A. “No Ahead Of Us”
B. “Myths The Debunk”
C. “I Can We Can”
D. “I am and I will”

The World Cancer Day (WCD) is observed every year on_________?

A. 2nd February
B. 1st February
C. 3rd February
D. 4th February

Who was Pakistan’s first female commercial pilot?

A. Maryam Mukhtar
B. Shukriya Khanum
C. Aysha Farooq
D. Sana Aziz

Microsoft was founded in________?

A. 1972
B. 1970
C. 1975
D. 1981

How many white stars have on European Union flag?

A. 14 Stars
B. 12 Stars
C. 11 Stars
D. 15 Stars

How many white stars have on Singapore flag?

A. Four
B. Three
C. Five
D. Six

Which is the national flower of South Africa?

A. King Protea
B. Water Lily  
C. Rose Of Sharon
D. Carnation

Which is the national flower of Slovakia?

A. Golden Lily  
B. King Protea
C. Golden Trumpet
D. Rose

Which is the national flower of Singapore ?

A. King Protea  
B. Comet Orchid
C. Rose
D. Vanda Miss Joaquim

“Port of Felixstowe ” is the seaport of __________ ?

A. Turkey
B. U.K
C. U.S.A
D. Israel

“Port of Mobile” is the seaport of _______ ?

A. U.S.A
B. China
C. Indonesia
D. Canada

“Port of Long Beach” is the seaport of __________ ?

A. Russia
B. U.K
C. Australia
D. U.S.A

Which Country is second largest Contributor to UN after USA?

A. Saudi Arabia
B. Russia
C. China
D. France

The national tree of which country is the Banyan tree?

A. Italy
B. Germany
C. India
D. Canada

Which one is the capital of Malta?

A. Sydney
B. Vatican City
C. Bern
D. Valletta

How many time has Queen Elizabeth visited Pakistan?

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

Britain remained member of EU for how many years?

A. 35 Years
b. 47 Years
C. 54 Years
D. 60 Years

Heeresnachrichtenamt (HNA) is the army intelligence agency of ___________ ?

A. Azerbaijan
B. Poland
C. Afghanistan
D. Austria 

Which of the following is the intelligence agency of Australia ?

A. Australian Secret Intelligence Service  (ASIS)
B. Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO)
C. Defence Intelligence Organisation (DIO)
D. Office of National Assessments (ONA)
E. All of the above

State Intelligence Service (SHISH) is the intelligence agency of which country ?

A. Argentina
B. Albania
C. Algeria
D. Afghanistan

” Port of Montevideo” is the seaport of _________ ?

A. Portugal
B. Vietnam
C. Uruguay 

How many countries are members of European Union?

A. 29
B. 27
C. 30
C. 28

How many countries are members of European Union?

A. 29
B. 27
C. 30
C. 28

“Hai Phong port” is the seaport of _________ ?

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

“Port of Hodeidah” is the seaport of _______ ?

A. Qatar
B. Iraq
C. Yemen 
D. Turkey

Which Country has been Ranked as the World’s Second Largest Weapons Manufacturer?

A. Russia
C. China
D. Pakistan

“Islam at the Crossroads” was originally written in__________?

A. 1934
B. 1954
C. 1944
D. 1964

Which is the national flower of Serbia?

A. Comet Orchid  
B. Plum Blossom
C. Rose
D. Lily of the valley

Which is the national flower of Scotland ?

A. Cyclamen
B. Teuila
C. Thistle
D. Plum Blossom

Which is the national flower of San Marino ?

A. Thistle
B. Cyclamen
C. Teuila
D. Plum Blossom

Which is the national flower of Samoa ?

A. Teuila
B. Thistle  
C. Cyclamen
D. Plum Blossom

What is “Shinkansen” in Japan?

A. Temple
B. Bullet Train
C. Shopping Mall
D. A mountain

What is “Sorbonne” in Paris?

A. Art Gallery
B. University 
C. Presidential Palace
D. Drama Theater

Mostly bank notes in the world are made of what?

A. Cotton 
B. Cellulose
C. Paper
D. Wood

Which gulf is NOT located at the Northern end of the Red Sea?

A. Aqaba
B. Gulf of Alaska
C. Aden
D. Suez

Which of these terms means “Common People”?

A. Convoy
B. Hoi Polloi
C. Bok Choy
D. Perth Amboy

What is the official language of the tiny nation between France and Spain?

A. Spanish
B. French
C. Portuguese
D. Catalan

Which country officially left the European Union on 31st January, 2020 ?

A. Scotland
B. Ireland
C. Germany

“Maritime” is a security agency of which country?

A. France
B. China
C. Germany
D. Pakistan 

Which country is called the “Land of Rabbits”?

A. Philippines
B. Spain 
C. China
D. Australia

Which of them is the most common Human Phobia?

A. Fear of spiders 
B. Fear of death
C. Fear of getting old
D. Fear of ghosts

According to ICC rules, In 4-day test matches how many overs are there in a single day?

A. 108
B. 98
C. 90
D. 114

Which country has NO capital in the world?

A. Vatican City
B. Nauru 
C. Papua New Guinea
D. None of them

The Pyramids of Sun and Moon are in which country?

A. Egypt
B. Japan
C. Mexico 
D. Brazil

Which Indian Leader was shot by Nathuram Vinayak Godse on 30 January 1948 ?

A. Mahatma Gandhi
B. Indira Gandi
C. Jawharlal Nehru
D. Rahul Gandhi

Russo-Japanese war was fought during _________ ?

A. 1902-1903
B. 1903-1905
C. 1901-1902
D. 1904-1905

In which year Bolshevik Revolution came ____________ ?

A. 1912  
B. 1911
C. 1913
D. 1917

Ottoman Caliphate was abolished in ___________ ?

A. 1924
B. 1921
C. 1923
D. 1920

League of Nations was founded in which year ____________ ?

A. 1920
B. 1933
C. 1921
D. 1939

Battle of Gallipoli resulted in the victory of __________ ?

A. Turkey
B. Ottomans
C. Allied Powers
D. England

Who was the emperor of Japan during second World War __________?

A. Taisho
B. Chiang Kai Shek
C. Sin Ke Qiang
D. Hirohito

England fought second world war under the leadership of _________?

A. Winston Churchill
B. Mountbatten
C. Roosevelt
D. Clement Attlee

From which country Indonesia got independence in August 17, 1945?

A. Spain
B. Purtugal
C. Holland
D. Britain

Who laid the foundation of British Colonialism in India ____________ ?

A. George Barlow
B. Robert Clive
C. Warren Hastings
D. Lord Dufferin

Napoleon invaded Egypt in _________ ?

A. 1798
B. 1805
C. 1800
D. 1810

What does PUBG stands for _____?

A. Player Unknown Battle Global
B. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
C. Player Unknown Battle Grand
D. None of these

Council of Westphalia was by nature a _________ ?

A. International treaty
B. Strategic alliance
C. Peace treaty
D. Defence treaty

Peace treaty of Council of Westphalia was signed in _________ ?

A. 1650
B. 1648
C. 1647
D. None of these

Good Friday agreement which is related to Northern Ireland was signed in________?

A. 1998
B. 1992
C. 1973
D. none

Name of World’s Largest Twin Engine Jet?

A. Boeing 777X
B. Boeing 999X
C. Boeing 737 max
D. None of these

The Arctic Council is a high-level intergovernmental forum that addresses issues faced by the Arctic governments consists of_______ members?

A. 7
B. 6
C. 8
D. none

“Tadawal” is the stock Exchange Market of which country?

A. Qatar
B. Jordan
C. Saudi Arabia
D. Bahrain

The headquarter of World Economic forum is situated in which city?

A. Zurich
B. Davos
C. Cologny
D. None of these

World Economic Forum was founded in which year?

A. January 1971
B. February 1991
C. December 1981
D. None of these

Transparency International was founded in which year?

A. 1990
B. 1987
C. 1993
D. None of these

A kind of war such is “Guerrilla” a word of Spanish its meaning is__________?

A. Little war
B. Regular war
C. Hidden war
D. none

Alma Atta was the Capital of __________upto 1997?

A. Turkmenistan
B. Tajikistan
C. Kazakhstan 
D. None of these

During colonial era British policies towards colonies were mostly___________?

A. soft
B. Flexible 
C. Harsh
D. moderate

Amazon rain-forest spans over how many countries?

A. 7
B. 5
C. 9
D. none

CNBC is a_________?

A. British Channel
B. UAE Channel
C. Russian Channel
D.  American Channel

The Second longest river in Africa is___________?

A. The Zambezi
B. The Congo
C. The Nile
D. The Yukon

Battle of Actium was a decisive war fought between __________ ?

A. Roman Republic and Octavian
B. Caesar and Pompey
C. Mark Antony and Octavian
D. Saprtacus and Pompey

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