Pakistan Studies Quiz Test 2

In this type of test, the candidates are expected to have basic knowledge of the historical perspective of the Pakistan movement, major events in the struggle for Pakistan, prominent personalities, post-independent problems, constitutional developments, foreign policy, economy, defense, Kashmir and other territorial disputes, etc. The questions would also cover Pakistan’s domestic issues and politics, land and people, regional issues, socio-economic issues, culture, music, and sports, etc.

Instructions:

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Q1. Which Indian personality served as the President of the UN General Assembly in 1953-54?
Q2. The Treaty of European Union (1992) is also know as
Q3. Headquarter of the African Union (AU) is located in:
Q3. G.T road is one of the main highways of Pakistan. What does G.T stand for?
Q5. How many administrative divisions are there in Punjab?
Q6. WHich of the following district of the Punjab has the lowest population density?
Q7. Lal Sohanra National Park located near:
Q8. Taj Mahal is located on the bank of river
Q9. Largest political agency in Pakistan tribal area in terms of area is:
Q10. Lowari Pass connects
Q11. From Karachi farthest point on the coastal highway is:
Q12. The first International Flight taken by the PIA was taken on:
Q13. Pakistan and Afghanistan have 'Transit Trade Agreement' signed in:
Q14. Which flower is the national floral symbol of Pakistan:
Q15. Qutab-ud-Din Aibak ruler of sub-continent died while playing the:
Q13. Babar's Tomb is situated in
Q17. Babar came to India originally from:
Q18. Who coined the name of All India Muslim League?
Q19. Battle of Pllasy was fought between Siraj-ud-Doala and:
Q20. Foundation of Muslim League was at:

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