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Assistant Sub Inspector (16C-2020) Anti Corruption Establishment Punjab

(A) Taste

(C) Color

(B) Smell

(d) Texture

(A) Dysentary

(C) Dehydration

(B) Food Poisoning

(d) Hepatitis

(A) +8

(C) +9

(B) +16

(d) None of the above

(A) Glass or Plastics

(C) Bimetallic

(B) Copper

(d) Liquid

(A) King Abul Aziz

(C) King Abdullah

(B) King Faisal

(d) King Fahad

(A) Canada

(C) USA

(B) England

(d) France

(A) Deliquescence

(C) Dehyrogenation

(B) Efflorescence

(d) Salination

(A) Non Cooperation Movement

(C) Strikes

(B) General Processions

(d) Revolts

(A) 60

(C) 6.0

(B) 0.6

(d) 0.006

(A) Argentina

(C) Chile

(B) Brazil

(d) USA

(A) 2 AH

(C) 3 AH

(B) 4 AH

(d) 5 AH

(A) 5

(C) 9

(B) 6

(d) 11

(A) 37.5%

(C) 60%

(B) 40%

(d) 62.5%

(A) Layout of handout

(C) Layout of design

(B) Layout of slide

(d) Layout of template

(A) 27

(C) 125

(B) 100

(d) 343

(A) Al-Rahman

(C) Al-Baqarah

(B) Al-Alaq

(D) Al-Asr 

(A) Ummay Aimen

(C) Buraida Aslami

(B) Lababa bint Haris

(D) Hazrat Samiya

(A) 2

(C) 4

(B) 3

(D) 5

(A)M. Ali Jinnah 

(C) Sir Ghulam Mohammad

(B) Khawaja Nazimudin 

(D) Iskandar Mirza

(A) Steve Jobs

(C) Bill Gates

(B) Paul G Allen

(D) Both B & C

  1. The officer told the peon if he did not do his duty well, he would dismiss him.
  2. The officer threatened to dismiss the peon if he did not do his duty well.
  3. The officer suggested to the peon that if he did not do his duty well, he would be dismissed.
  4. The officer told the peon that he would be dismissed if he failed to di his duty well.

(A) A Form

(C) A Table

(B) A Ledger

(D) A Wordbook

(A) Hadith Sahih

(C) Hadith Mashoor

(B) Hadith Qauli

(D) Hadith Mzuzoo

(A) 12th May 1949

(C) 13th August 1954

(B) 13th April 1954

(D) 10th October 2000

(A) Recycle Bin

(C) Date and Time

(B) Weather

(D) News

(A) National Aeronautics and Space Administration

(C) North American Space Agency

(B) North Atlantic Space Agency

(D) North America Space Authority

(A) Ctrl + F

(C) Alt + D

(B) Alt + F

(D) Ctrl + D

  1. They said that we take exercise everyday.
  2. They said that they take exercise everyday.
  3. They had said that they take exercise everyday.
  4. They said that they took exercise everyday.

(A) China

(C) India

(B) Afghanistan

(D) Iran

(A) Civil Service

(C) Diplomacy

(B) Teaching

(D) Fiction writing

(A) Waadi

(C) Bakkah

(B) Yasrib

(D) None of these

(A) UN Convention On Climate Change 

(C) Kyoto Protocol

(B) UN Convention on Biodiversity

(D) Ramses Convention

(A) 1857

(C) 1877

(B) 1867

(D) 1885

(A) USA 

(C) Mexico

(B) Canada

(D) UK

(A) 31%

(C) 33.33%

(B) 29%

(D) Not Sure

(A) Husn Mubarak

(C) Anwar Sadaat

(B) Hafiz ul Asad

(D) Habib Bourakiba

(A) Ayub Khan

(C) Zia ul Haq

(B) Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto

(D) Yahya khan

(A) Iron

(C) Salt

(B) Sulphur

(D) Baltistan

(A) 19th Sep, 1960

(C) 19th Sep, 1962

(B) 19th Sep, 1965

(D) 19th Sep, 1964

(A) M-5

(C) M-8

(B) M-2

(D) M-9

(A) Manila

(C) Kuala Lumpur

(B) Jakarta

(D) Bangkok

(A) 96km

(C) 55km

(B) 80km

(D) 112km

(A) Hurricane

(C) Anticyclone

(B) Cyclone

(D) Tornado

(A) Indian Ocean

(C) Pacific Ocean

(B) Atlantic Ocean

(D) Arctic Ocean

(A) Glaciers

(C) Islands

(B) Desert

(D) Helff

(A) South pole

(C) East

(B) North pole

(D) West

(A) 80

(C) 90

(B) 85

(D) 95

(A) Syria

(C) Iran

(B) Iraq

(D) Lebanon

(A) Bernard Shaw

(C) Lock John

(B) Rudyard Kipling

(D) D.H Lawrence

(A) Congo

(C) Hespania

(B) Norhtern Rhodesia

(D) Euphrat

(A) Judaism

(C) Bhuddhism

(B) Shintoism

(D) Hinduism

(A) Yazid

(C) Mu-awiya (RA)

(B) Marwan

(D) Walid I

(A) UNO

(C) General Assembly

(B) Security Council

(D) WTO

(A) 15th October

(C) 21th October

(B) 24th October

(D) 5th October

(A) Robert Cawdrey

(C) John Bullokar

(B) Samual Johnson

(D) Henery Cockeram

(A) Nishan e Haider

(C) Nishan e Pakistan

(B) Tamgha e Pakistan

(D) Pride of Performance

(A) Yuri Gagren

(C) Alexel Leonov

(B) Neil Armstrong

(D) Tereskova

(A) Supreme Court

(C) Prime Minister

(B) President

(D) Parliament

(A) Shah Jahan

(C) East India Company

(B) Sher shah suri

(D) Razia Begum

(A) American Company

(C) British Company

(B) Canadian Company

(D) French Company

(A) The rule of Feudal

(C) The rule of the tyrants

(B) The rule of the few

(D) The rule of the democrats

(A) Rome

(C) Paris

(B) Lyons

(D) Hague

(A) Kuala Lumpur

(C) Bangkok

(B) Tokyo 

(D) Manila

(A) Retired Officer

(C) Terminated Officer

(B) By virtue of one’s office

(D) Unofficial document

(A) Viral

(C) Fungal

(B) Bacterial

(D) Parasitic

(A) Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen

(C) Max Planck

(B) Max Von Laua

(D) Marie Curie

(A) Plants

(C) Insects

(B) Animals

(D) Chemicals

(A) 1.725

(C) 1.609

(B) 1.108

(D) 1.475

(A) Cache

(C) Hard disk

(B) Flash

(D) ROM

(A) Cobra

(C) Black Hawk

(B) Apache

(D) Puma

(A) Being an International Spy

(C) Being a diplomat

(B) Being a technician

(D) Alibi

(A) Mountain Range

(C) A rebel of Nepal

(B) A town in KPK

(D) An activist

(A) Tripoli

(C) Trablus

(B) Ben Ghazi

(D) Beirut

(A) Kofi Anan

(C) Ban ki Mon

(B) Francis Joseph

(D) Robert Gates

(A) Anophilies

(C) Janomi

(B) Barinoies

(D) Aedes Aegypteis

(A) England

(C) Fiji

(B) Israel

(D) Morocco 

(A) Robin Clark

(C) Earnest Harmingway

(B) John Smith

(D) J K Rowling

(A) George W Bush

(C) Bill Clinton

(B) Barack Obama

(D) Jimmy Carter

(A) East Timor

(C) Kosovo

(B) South Sultan

(D) Brunel

(A) SI

(C) BTU

(B) CGS

(D) Khw 

(A) Sound waves

(C) Ultraviolet rays

(B) Microwaves

(D) Radio waves

(A) Millimeter of Hg

(C) Millimeter per deciliter

(B) parts per million

(D) Grams per liter

(A) Decreases

(C) Increases

(B) Remains Constant

(D) Not sure

(A) Nitric Oxide

(C) Nitrogen Pentoxide

(B) Nitrogen dioxide

(D) Nitrous Oxide

(A) Adapt

(C) Reject

(B) Absorb

(D) Digest

(A) To cut notches

(C) put into writing

(B) Obscure

(D) Point out

(A) a grey eminence

(C) a brown study 

(B) hang up

(D) a mare’s nest

(A) with

(C) into

(B) in

(D) after

(A) Beggars

(C) Vendors

(B) Criminals

(D) Drunkards

(A) Dash

(C) Semi colon

(B) Inverted Commas

(D) Colon

(A) Exclamation mark

(C) Comma

(B) Hyphen

(D) Colon

(A) Adjective

(C) Noun

(B) Adverb

(D) Verb

چودھری (B) 

چوھدری (D) 

چوہدری (A)

چوھدھری(C)

ریختہ (B) 

اردو (D) 

ہندی (A)

اردوؤےمعلي (C)

اسم ظرف (B) 

اسم نکرہ (D) 

اسم آلہ (A)

اسم مغر (C)

مخمس (B) 

مسمط (D) 

مسدس (A)

نظم (C)

علم زبان (B) 

علم صرف(D) 

علم نحو (A)

علم ادب(C)

غریب ہونا (B) 

 بھرم رہ جانا (D) 

ہر وقت مزدوری کرنا (A)

امید رہ جانا (C)

قصیدہ کا پہلاہ شعر (B) 

غزل کا خوبصورت شعر (D) 

مطلع کےبعد کا شعر (A)

غزل کا پہلا شعر (C)

نیم حکیم خطرہ جان (B) 

 

جاٹ گنانہ دے گڑدے (A)

جاٹ گنانہ دے بھیلی دے (C)

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Written by Ali Chaudahry

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