Pakistan Studies Quiz Test 5

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. Allama Iqbal delivered Khutba Allahabad on:
Q2. Indian Councel Act introduced:
Q3. Syed Ahmed Shaheed was martyred at Balakot in:
Q4. Which is the highest peak of Himalayas range in Pakistan?
Q5. Population wise; Pakistan's position in the world is:
Q6. Who was the 1st non-British Governor of the Punjab?
Q7. The number of High Courts in Pakistan:
Q8. Baluchistan was given the status of Province:
Q9. The Urban-Rural population ratio in Pakistan is:
Q10. The most widely spoken language in Pakistan is:
Q11. Masjid Mahabat Khan is located at:
Q12. Who was the 1st Muslim King of India?
Q13. When 1st TV station was established in Pakistn?
Q14. In Provincial Elections of 1937, All India Muslim League won largest number of seats in the:
Q15. Which of the following leader had translated the Lahore Resolution from English to Urdu on 23 March 1940:
Q16. 'Mast Tawakli' was the prominent poet of:
Q17. Who is considered the first poet of Punjabi language?
Q18. The National animal of Pakistan is:
Q19. On September 9, 1958, Pakistan acquired Gwadar from:
Q20. The designation of Governor-General to President was changed on:

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