General knowledge MCQs Test 9

1. How many are provinces in India?

  • A. 26
  • B. 29
  • C. 30
  • D. 31
See Answer
B. 29

2. Indian P.M Niranddra Modi, according to the Hindu caste system, is?

  • A. Ghanchi
  • B. Sudras
  • C. Vesh
  • D. None of these
See Answer
A. Ghanchi

3. Who currently heads Indian-Held Kashmir as Chief Minister?

  • A. Mehbooba Mufti
  • B. Omar Abdullah
  • C. Jagmohan
  • D. None of the above
See Answer
D. None of the above

4. Mangla Dam constructed on River Jehlum with the help of the World Bank, is located in:

  • A. Punjab
  • B. KPK
  • C. Kashmir
  • D. Sindh
See Answer
C. Kashmir   

5. Operation Rad-ul-Farad started under the Chief of the army.

  • A. Gem Qamar Javed Bajwa
  • B. Gen. Rahil Sharif
  • Gen. Ayub Khan
  • D. None of the above
See Answer
A. Gem Qamar Javed Bajwa

6. Indian elections 2019 are going to be held in:

  • A. 28 Dec. 2019
  • B. 03 April 2019
  • 25 Sept. 2019
  • D. None of the above
See Answer
A. 28 Dec. 2019

7. When is International Peace Day celebrated?

  • A. 21 April
  • B. 20 March
  • C. 21 Sep.
  • D. None of the above
See Answer
A. 21 April

8. In Indian history, Indian Muslims migrated to Afghanistan.

  • A. 1919
  • B. 1920
  • C. 1922
  • D. 1924
See Answer
B. 1920

9. Long sighted person is corrected in the lens:

  • A. Concave
  • B. Convex
  • C. Cylindrical
  • D. None of the above
See Answer
B. Convex 

10. Who is the father of astronomy?

  • A. Nicolous Copernicus
  • B. Cirloo
  • C. Both A & B
  • D. None  of the above
See Answer
A. Nicolous Copernicus

11. Has the US president set a deadline for US forces to draw from Afghanistan?

  • A. Donald Trump
  • B. Obama
  • C. Bill Clinton
  • D. None of the above
See Answer
A. Donald Trump

12. Maximum Nobel Prizes are with?

  • A. UK
  • B. USA
  • C. Germany
  • D.  France
See Answer

13. Is Pakistan going to start a mega dam?

  • A. Diamer Basha
  • B. Mohmand
  • C. Both A & B
  • D. None of these
See Answer
C. Both A & B

14. Super Sonic missiles are built by?

  • A. USA
  • B. UK
  • C. France
  • D. Russia
See Answer
D. Russia

15. What is the name of Amir-Qatar?

  • A. Sheikh Tamim bin Hamat al Thani
  • B. Sheikh Jabir bin Hayyan
  • C. Sheikh Ahmed Noman
  • D. None of the above
See Answer
A. Sheikh Tamim bin Hamat al Thani
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General knowledge (GK) refers to the information that we have about a wide range of subjects, including history, geography, science, art, and current events, among others. GK is an essential part of our lives, as it helps us make informed decisions, understand complex issues, and appreciate diverse perspectives. Here are a few reasons why GK is important:

  • Expands your knowledge base: GK provides a broad understanding of various topics, helping you to become a well-rounded individual.
  • Improves critical thinking: By acquiring general knowledge, you can better analyze, evaluate, and form opinions on various subjects.
  • Aids in problem-solving: General knowledge can help you come up with creative solutions to problems by drawing from a wide range of information and experiences.
  • Enhances communication skills: Being knowledgeable on a variety of subjects can improve your ability to communicate effectively and engage in meaningful conversations.
  • Boosts confidence: Having a solid grasp of general knowledge can boost your confidence, as you will feel more informed and capable of participating in discussions and debates.

How GK helps you

General knowledge can be useful in many aspects of your life, including personal, academic, and professional settings. Here are some ways GK can help you:

  • Personal growth: GK helps you to become more self-aware, empathetic, and understanding of the world around you, leading to personal growth and development.
  • Academic achievements: GK is a valuable asset in school and university, as it can help you excel in a variety of subjects, from history to science.
  • Career opportunities: Many jobs require a certain level of general knowledge, and having a broad understanding of various topics can give you a competitive edge in the job market.
  • Networking: GK can help you form connections with others and engage in meaningful conversations, making it easier to network and build professional relationships.
  • Lifelong learning: Continuously expanding your GK can foster a love for learning, keeping your mind sharp and active throughout your life.

Keen to challenge your knowledge and stay informed about current affairs? You’ve come to the right place! We’ve crafted a comprehensive General Knowledge MCQ test, tailored specifically for our Pakistani audience.

Dive into questions that explore:

  • International Relations: Test your understanding of global partnerships and agreements, from SAARC to JCOPA.
  • World Leaders: See if you can name the heads of state in countries like Japan, Russia, France, and Egypt.
  • Current Events: Stay up-to-date on crucial happenings, including the Pulwama attack and the development of an oil refinery in Gwadar.
  • Pakistani History and Culture: Celebrate our rich heritage by exploring questions about the beloved poet Rehman Baba and the esteemed scholar Shah Wali Ullah.
  • National Affairs: Stay informed about key figures in Pakistan’s administration, such as the Election Commissioner and the process for removing Supreme Court judges.

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Grab a cup of chai, settle in, and let’s see how well you know your stuff!

Remember, knowledge is power. Stay sharp, stay informed, and stay ahead of the curve with our General Knowledge MCQs.

Aapki kamyabi ki duaon ke saath!

(Best wishes for your success!)

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