General Knowledge Set-6

General Knowledge Set-6 for preparation. ( MCQs PPSC OTS )

Who was the father of the french revolution?

A. Denis Diderot
B. Jean-Jacques Rousseau
C. John Locke
D. Voltaire

Which country is in Levant region?

A. India
B. Syria
C. Pakistan
D. China

Who created the famous character of Dracula?

A. John William Polidori
B. Claire Clairmont
C. Mary Shelley
D. Lord Byron

What is Widow’s tears?

A. Plant
B. Women
C. Animal
D. Lake

Wheel is the symbol of?

A. Peace
B. Unity
C. Progress
D. Nation

What is meant by Equinox?

A. The day is longer than usual
B. Day and Night not Equal
C. Day and Night Equal
D. The night is longer than usual

Napoleon Bonaparte belonged to which country?

A. France
B. Germany
D. South Africa

Who was known as “Lady with Lamp”?

A. Virginia Henderson
B. Clara Barton
C. Mary Seacole
D. Florence Nightingale

Hundred years war was fought between which two countries?

A. France and Spain
B. Russia and China
C. England and France
D. Germany and Spain

Who started the ancient Olympic Games?

A. Germans
B. Greeks
C. Persians
D. Romans

In which country the Leaning Tower of Pisa is located?

A. Italy
B. France
C. Spain
D. Germany

Who was the founder of Darul Uloom Deoband?

A. Muhammad Qasim Nanautavi
B. Rashid Ahmad Gangohi
C. Hussain Ahmed Madani
D. Anwar Shah Kashmiri

The Darul Uloom Deoband Academy was totally:

A. Personal
B. Government
C. Non-government
D. Semi government

When the Darul Uloom Deoband was established?

A. 30 May 1842
B. 30 May 1853
C. 30 May 1862
D. 30 May 1866

The world homeopathy day is celebrated each year on:

A. 4 April
B. 6 April
C. 8 April
D. 10 April

Who is the father of the Homeopathy system of medicines?

A. Thomas Jefferson
B. Samuel Hahnemann
C. Friedrich Nietzsche
D. James Tyler Kent

The world’s highest post office is also located in which country?

A. Pakistan
B. India
C. Turkey
D. Russia

Which country has the largest postal service in the world?

A. India
B. China
D. Germany

Zimbabwe was earlier known as:

A. Belgian Cango
B. Burkina Faso
C. Southern Rhodesia
D. Gold Coast

The Muslim people of Sinkiang province are called:

A. Uyghur people
B. Hutu people
C. Bantu people
D. Berber people

The book “India Wins Freedom” was written by:

A. Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad
B. Syed Ameer Ali
C. Maulana Zafar Ali Khan
D.  Hanif Qureshi

Who was the author of “Spirit of Islam”?

A. Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad
B. Syed Ameer Ali
C. Maulana Zafar Ali Khan
D.  Hanif Qureshi

The book “Idea of Pakistan” was written by:

A. William Wilson Hunter
B. Stephen Philip Cohen
C. Martin Bid
D. Hussain Haqqani

“Indian Musalmans” book was written by:

A. William Wilson Hunter
B. Rudyard Kipling
C. Jaswant Singh
D. Hussain Haqqani

Who was written the book “The Sole Spokesman: Jinnah, the Muslim League and Demand for Pakistan”?

A. Jaswant Singh
B. Hussain Haqqani
C. Ayesha Jalal
D. None of these

When Microsoft launched its first retail version of Microsoft Windows?

A. December 22, 1984
B. November 20, 1985
C. December 20, 1985
D. November 20, 1986

“Business @ the Speed of Thought” was written by:

A. Paul Allen
B. Steve Jobs
C. Mark Zukerberg
D. Bill Gates

Bill Gates founded ‘Microsoft’ with ____.

A. Paul Allen
B. Stave Jobs
C. Melinda Gates
D. Mary Maxwell

When Bill Gates founded “Microsoft”?

A. 1974
B. 1975
C. 1976
D. 1977

Bill Gates is known as ____ of the personal computer revolution.

A. Programmer
B. Entrepreneur
C. Hardware Technician
D. Software Specailist

Bill & Melinda Gates foundation is working with Rotary International to eliminate:

A. Aids
B. Polio
D. Cancer

Bill & Melinda Gates foundation was established in ____.

A. 1998
B. 1999
C. 2000
D. 2001

Battle of Pllasy was fought between Siraj-ud-Doulah and:

A. Robert Clive
B. Lord Canning
C. Shah Alam
D. Hamayun

‘Khar’ is the main town of which Agency?

A. Khyber Agency
B. Bajaur Agency
C. Kurram Agency
D. Mohmand Agency

Lal Suhanra National Park is located near:

A. Peshawar
B. Faislabad
C. Bahawalpur
D. Attock

The “Shahnama” was written by which of the following?

A. Mir Taki Mir
B. Amir Khusrau
C. Ferdowsi
D. Al Beruni

Who was the first and only bowler in cricket history, who grab hat-trick in both innings of the same test?

A. Jimmy Matthews
B. Shaheen Afridi
C. Micheal Johnson
D. Murlidarean

Who scored 12 double centuries in test cricket which which is a world record?

A. Brian Lara
B. Hanif Mohammad
C. Don Bradman
D. Sachin Tendulkar

The first Nishan-e-Haider was awarded to:

A. Captain Raja Sarwar
B. Major Aziz Bhatti
C. Major Muhammad Tufail
D. None of these

Which animal is most illegally traded animal in the world?

A. Monkey
B. Turtles
C. Crocodile
D. Pangolin

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