Tehsildar Past Papers

Tehsildar Past Papers

TEHSILDARS (BS-16) Past Paper 2012

Q No 1: The British Indian Government announced the partition of Bengal in 1905 because of:

A) Muslim’s Demand
B) Hindu’s Demand
C) Administrative Requirements
D) Financial Constraints

Q No 2: Quid e Azam resigned from the Indian National congress due to:

A) Nehru Report
B) Shuddhi Movement
C) Non Cooperation Movement
D) Quit India Movement

Q No 3: Which of the following leader had convinced Quid e Azam to join All India Muslim League:

A) Sir Agha Khan
B) Allama Iqbal
C) Moulana Muhammad Ali Johar
D) Moulana Shoukat Ali

Q No 4: Pakistan National Movement was launched from England in 1933 by?

A) Syed Amir Ali
B) Chaudhry Khaliq Uz Zeman
C) Chaudhry Rehmat Ali
D) Syed Wazir Hassan

Q No 5: The central part of Govt. of India Act 1935 was not enforced because of:

A) Required number of Princely States declined to join the Indian Union
B) Diarchy System in the center was unacceptable to Congress and Muslim League
C) Starting the Second World War
D) British Indian Govt. was not willing to enforce it

Q No 6: The Founder of Indian National Congress was :

A) William Hunter
B) Surendranath Banneriee
C) Moti Lal Nehru
D) A.O.Hume

Q No 7: The Largest Princely State by area at the time of Partition was:

A) Hyderabad (Deccan)
B) Kashmir
C) Bahawalpur
D) Bhopal

Q No 8: The Central National Muhammadan Association was founded in 1877 by:

A) Chaudhry Rehmat Ali
B) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
C) Syed Ameer Ali
D) Mohsin-ul-Mulk

Q No 9: The Constitution of the All India Muslim League was drafted by a Committee in 1907 headed by:

A) Nawab Waqar-ul-Mulk
B) Nawab Muhsin-ul-Mulk
C) Moulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar
D) Justice Shah Din

Q No 10: Which Amendments  were proposed by Quid e Azam in the Nehru Report 1928, to make it acceptable to the Indian Muslims?

A) The Muslim should be given 1/3 representation in the central legislature.
B) For Ten years, the Muslim should be represented in the Punjab and Bengal according to their population.
C) Residuary power should be given to the provinces.
D) All of the above

Q No 11: Maulana Mohammad Ali Jauhar had starting publishing his famous English Newspaper “Comrade” in 1911 from:

A) Delhi
B) Bombay
C) Calcutta
D) Lahore

Q No 12: Liaquat Ali Khan joined Muslim League as a member in:

A) 1916
B) 1919
C) 1921
D) 1923

Q No 13: What was the significance of 21st annual session of All India Muslim League?

A) Quiad e Azam presented 14 Points
B) Allama Iqbal delivered Allahabad address
C) Lahore Resolution was passed
D) Quid e Azam was elected as a permanent president of All India Muslim League

Q No 14: Which of the following leader helped Quid e Azam in the preparation of his fourteen points in 1929:

A) Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar
B)  Maulana Shaukat Ali
C) Liaqat Ali Khan
D) Maulana Hasrat Mohani

Q No 15: Under Gandhi Irwin Pact March 1931, it was decided that : 

A) The System of Diarchy will be abolished
B) The System of Separate Electorates will be retained for the Muslims
C) The Congress will represent the low caste Hindus in the elected bodies
D) The Congress will call off its Civil Disobedience Movement

Q No 16: The Govt. of India Act 1935, divided the country into:

A) Seven Provinces
B) Nine Provinces
C) Eleven Provinces
D) Thirteen Provinces

Q No 17: In the Provincial Election of 1937, All India Muslim League won largest number of seats in the:

A) United Provinces (UP)
B) Sindh Province
C) Punjab Province
D) Central Province

Q No 18: The Indian Muslims observed “Day of Deliverance” after the resignation of Congress ministries on:

A) 12 September 1939
B) 22 September 1939
C) 12 December 1939
D) 22 December 1939

Q No 19: Chaudhry Rehmat Ali first Used the word “Pakistan” in his pamphlet “Now or Never” in :

A) 1933
B) 1935
C) 1937
D) 1938

Q No 20: Identify the Secretary of State for India who led the Cabinet Mission in 1946?

A) Sir Stafford Crips
B) A.V Alexander
C) Lord Pethick-Lawrence
D) Sir Anthony McDonald

Q No 21: Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah joined All India Muslim League in:

A) 1937
B) 1938
C) 1939
D) 1940

Q No 22: Lahore Resolution of 23rd March 1940 was secondary from Sindh Province by:

A) G.M Syed
B) Mekhdom Talib Mula
C) Abdullah Haroon
D) Sir Shah Nawaz Bhutto

Q No 23: Congress launched “Quit India Movement” against the British Govt. in:

A) 1940
B) 1941
C) 1942
D) 1944

Q No 24: Gandhi-Jinnah talks were held in 1944 to discuss the C.R Formula prepared by:

A) Raj Gopal Acharia
B) VP Menon
C) Abu al Kalam Azad
D) Lord Wavell

Q No 25: Who presided over the Simla Conference in 1945?

A) Lord Minto
B) Lord Wavell
C) Lord Irwin
D) Lord Mountbatten


Q No 26: After Sir Agha Khan, the next President of All India Muslim League was:

A. Viqar ul-Mulk
B. Maulana Zafar Ali Khan
C. Raja Sahib of Mahmoodabad
D.Mian Muhammad Shafi

Q No 27: The Hindu had launched “Swedishi Movement” (to boycott English made goods) in the wake of:

A. The Urdu Hindh Controversy 1867
B. Partition of Bengal 1905
C. Jalianwala Bagh tragedy 1919
D. All of these events

Q No 28: The Pirpur Report on the brutalities of the Congress ministries 1937 was compiled by:

A. A.K Fasil-ul-Haq
B. Raja Muhammad Mehdi
C. Nawab Salim Ullah Khan
D. Muhammad Sharif

Q No 29: The British Parliament passed the Indian Indian Act on:

A. 3 June 1947
B. 4 June 1947
C. 14 July 1947
D. 24 July 1947

Q No 30: Who among the following leaders had translated the Lahore Resolution from English to Urdu on 23rd March 1940?

A. Maulana Zafar Ali Khan
B. Chaudhry Khaliq-uz-Zaman
C. Dr.Muhammad Alam
D. Sir Sikandar Hayyat

Q No 31: Quaid e Azam met M.K Gandhi for the first time 1916 at:

A. Delhi
B. Bombay
C. Calcutta
D. Lucknow

Q No 32: Identify the Viceroy who made “August Offer” in 1940:

A. Lord Linlithgow
B. Lord Wavell
C. Lord Ripon
D. Lord Mountbatten

Q No 33: Cawnpur Mosque tragedy had taken place in:

A. 1909
B. 1910
C. 1913
D. 1915

Q No 34: Quid e Azam surrendered the most cherished demand of the Muslims “Separate Electorate System” under the:

A. Delhi Proposals 1927
B. Modifications Proposed in Nehru Report 1928
C. Farooq Habib
D. Arshad Mahmood

Q No 35: Quid e Azam joined All India Muslim League as a member in 1913 at:

A. Karachi
B. Calcutta
C. Agra
D. Bombay

Q No 36: “The Politics” is considered as the first book on the art of government, identify the author:

A. Socrates
B. Plato
C. Aristotle
D. Adam Smith

Q No 37: “Thomas Cup” is given for the game of:

A. Lawn Tennis
B. Golf
C. Table Tennis
D. Badminton

Q No 38: The noble price for peace is given in the city of :

A. Stockholm
B. Oslo
C. Brussels
D. Copenhagen

Q No 39: Which is the largest gland in the human body?

A. Pancreas
B. Liver
C. Ovary
D. Sweat Gland

Q No 40: Who is the founder of “Scout Movement” ?

A. Robert Baden Powell
B. D.H Lawrence
C. Maccolins
D. David Hudson

Q No 41: The first Pakistani who became the judge of “International Court of Justice” was:

A. Ahmad Shah Patras
B. M.R Kani
C. Sir Zafar Ullah Khan
D. Dr. Naseem Hasan Shah

Q No 42: The UN Security Council consists of :

A. 5 members
B. 11 members
C. 15 members
D. 20 members

Q No 43: The Suez Canal connects:

A. Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean
B. Indian Ocean and South China Sea
C. Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea
D. Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea

Q No 44: Pakistan has recently been elected non-permanent member of United Nations Security Council for the:

A. First time
B. Third time
C. Fifth time
D. Seventh time

Q No 45: What do you understand by the term “Kerb” in foreign currency dealings?

A. The exchange rate of currencies in the open market
B. The exchange rate of currencies determined by the state bank of Pakistan
C. All sorts of monitoring dealings in foreign currencies within the stock exchange
D. None of the above

Q No 46: “ITAR-TASS” is a news agency of:

A. Israel
B. Palestine
C. Iran
D. Russia

Q No 47: “Ariana” is an airline of :

A. Sri Lanka
B. Iran
C. Afghanistan
D. Turkey

Q No 48: Pakistan highest mountain peak K-2 is located in the:

A. Himalayan Range
B. Hindu Kush Range
C. Karakoram Range
D. Suleiman Range

Q No 49: Identify the highest “None-Operational Award” of Pakistan Armed Forces:

A. Sitara-i-Jurat
B. Tamgha-i-Basalat
C. Sitara-i-Basalat
D. Tamgha-i-Khidmat

Q No 50: The Study of the science of populations is called:

A. Geography
B. Demography
C. Plutocracy
D. Sociology

Q No 51: According to the recent report of World Health Organization, which infectious disease is causing maximum number of casualties in the world?

A. Malaria
B. Influenza
D. Tuberculosis

Q No 52: The world oldest surviving monarchy is in:

A. England
B. Japan
C. Saudi Arabia
D. Nepal

Q No 53: OPEC’s largest oil producing country is:

A. Kuwait
B. Iran
C. Saudi Arabia

Q No 54: “Pedagogy” is a science of:

A. Bodily diseases
B. Stamp Collecting
C. Languages
D. Teaching

Q No 55: The main cause of earthquakes is :

A. Sudden cooling and contraction of the earth’s surface
B. Coming into the activity of some dormant volcanoes
C. Due to internal heat, sometimes water changes into steam and expands
D. All of the above

Q No 56: After USA which country is the second biggest arms seller in the world?

A. Britain
B. Russia
C. France
D. Germany

Q No 57: Digital Computer was invented by:

A. Vannnevor Bush
B. John Harrison
C. M.R Bissel
D. Howard Aiken

Q No 58: Pinpoint the world’s oldest democratic country:

A. United States
B. Green Britain
C. Greece
D. France

Q No 59: The highest literacy rate among the SAARC countries is in:

A. India
B. Maldives
C. Sri Lanka
D. Pakistan

Q No 60: Identify the function of IMF:

A. To provide loans to the members of United Nations for development of Industrial infrastructure.
B. To make foreign exchange resources available for those countries who want to import essential items of food.
C. To make foreign exchange resources available for those countries facing balance of payments difficulties.
D. None of the above

Q No 61: The world largest island is:

A. Madagascar
B. Sumatra
C. New Guinea
D. Greenland

Q No 62: Among the SAARC countries, the highest per capita income is of:

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

Q No 63: Which International agency supervised Indus Basin Treaty, 1960 between Pakistan and India?

B. World Bank
C. World Health Organization
D. International Red Cross

Q No 64: Identify the longest glacier of Pakistan:

A. Hispar
B. Bakoro
C. Batura
D. Siachen

Q No 65: “Warsak Dam” has been built on the river:
A. Indus
B. Korung
C. Kabul
D. Sutlej

Q No 66: The “Shandur Pass” at the height of 12,205 feet connects:

A. Chitral and Gilgit
B. Chitral and Bannu
C. Mardan and Malakand
D. Gilgit and Kashgar (China)

Q No 67: According to a recent survey, the world’s largest importer of weapons is:

A. China
B. India
C. Saudi Arabia
D. Iran

Q No 68: Of the various agencies of the United Nations, the oldest one is:

A. International Labor Organization (ILO)
B. Universal Postal Union (UPU)
C. World Health Organization (WHO)
D. World Meteorological Organization(WMO)

Q No 69: “On China” recently published book is written by:

A. Henry Kissinger
B. Noam Chomsky
C. Z. Brzezinski
D. Stanley Wolpert

Q No 70: The foundation stone of the Sikhism’s holiest place “Golden Temple” at Amritsar was laid by:

A. Baba Guru Nanak
B. Maharaja Renjeet Singh
C. Hairat Moinuddin Chishti
D. Hazrat Mian Mir


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