Friday, July 22, 2011

Famous Urdu Books

Famous Urdu Books


Seerat-un-nabi(pbuh) 
1:-seerat-un-nabi(pbuh) by sibli nomani/salman nadvi
 

2:-Rahmatalil alameen(pbuh) by qaazi muhammad sulaiman mansoor puri
 

3:-Pegamber-e-insaniat(pbuh) by jafar shah phulwari
 

4:-Mohsin-e-insaniat(pbuh) by naeem sidiqi
 

5:-seerat-e-sarwar-e-alam(pbuh) by abu alla madoodi
 

6:-insan-e-kamil(pbuh) by doc.khalid alvi
 

7:-beghambare sehra(pbuh) by k.l.ghabba
 

8:-Rasool-e-arabi(pbuh) by rasool baksh tawakali
 


9:-Mehboob-e-khuda by ch.afzal haq
 

10:-hayat-e-muhammad by muhammad hussain haikal
 

11:_kutbat-e-madars by syed salman nadvi
 

12:-khutbat-e-bhawalpur by doc. Hameed ul allh
 

13:- hayat-e-taiba by muhammad abdul hai


DASTAANAIN
 

1:-bagh-o-bahar by meer aman dehlvi
 

2:-fasan-i-ajaib by rajab ali baig sarwar
 

3:- tota kahani by syed haider baksh haidari


Novals
 

1:-fasani azad by ratan nath sarshar
 

2:-tobat-un-nasookh by molvi nazir ahmad dehlvi
 

3:-firdos-i-barin by abdul haleem sharar
 

4:-umrao jan ada by mirza muhammad hadi ruswa
 

5:-bazra-i-husn by prem chand
 


6:-maidan-i-amal by prem chand
 

7:-london ki aik raat by sajad zaheer
 

8:-maidan-i-amal by molana rashid al khairi
 

9:-theri kheer by asmat cugtai
 

10:- shikast by krishan chandar.

History of Urdu poetry

History of Urdu poetry


Urdu language and literature, beyond their spatial confines, have been more heard of than read. With the publication of some notable translations, some of them in the recent past, a new literary culture seems to be emerging from the canons of the old. Modern Urdu poetry, of which this is the first comprehensive selection, has its own tradition of the new. It has developed through stages of a variegated literary history. This history has absorbed both the native and non- native elements of writing in Arabic and Persian, and the Urdu language has survived through several crises and controversies. Some of these are related to its growth and development, its use by the British to divide the Hindus and the Muslims. it estrangement in the land of its birth following the Partition of India and its interaction with Hindi once akin but now an alien counterpart. Even with the extinction of those generations of Sikhs in Punjab, Muslims in Bengal and Hindus elsewhere, who nurtured the language with love and for whom it was the mark of a cultivated man, the language has survived and developed. It is now the cultural legacy of India and the adopted national identity of Pakistan, and significant new literature has emerged in both countries.

Literary centre : Deccan, Delhi and Lucknow
Literature in Urdu grew at three different centres: Deccan, Delhi and Lucknow. As it happened, the Deccan emerged as the earliest centre, even though the language had first developed in northern India, as a result of an interesting linguistic interaction between the natives and the Muslim conquerors from Central Asia, who settled there in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, The period stretching roughly from the middle of the fourteenth centuries to the middle of the eighteenth produce a number of poets. They are claimed both by Urdu and Hindi literary historians, but Quli Qutub Shah (1565-1611) is generally acknowledged as the first notable poet, like Chaucer is English, with a volume of significant poetry in a language later named Urdu. He was followed by several others, among whom Wali Deccani (1635-1707) and Siraj Aurangabadi ( 1715-1763) deserves special mention. Delhi emerged as another significant centre with Mirza Mohammad Rafi Sauda (1713-80), Khwaja Mir Dard (1721-85), Mir Taqi Mir (1722-1810), Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib (1797-1869) and Nawab Mirza Khan Dagh (1831-1905). It reached its height of excellence during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Lucknow made its way as the third important centre with Ghulam Hamdani Mushafi (1725-1824), Inshallah Khan Insha (1757-1817), Khwaja Haidar Ali Atish (1778-1846), Iman Baksh Nasikh (1787-1838), Mir Babr Ali Anis (1802-74) and Mirza Salamat Ali Dabir (1803-1875). These literary capitals, where the classical tradition developed, had their individual stylistic and thematic identities, but broadly it may be said that the ghazal (love lyric) reached its zenith with Mir and Ghalib, qasida (panegyric) with Sauda, mathnawi (romance) with Mir Hasan and marthiya (elegy) with Anis and Dabir.

Hali and Iqbal : new poetry in Urdu
In the period that followed, and before the launching of the Progressive Writers Movement in the 30s, mention should be made of Altaf Husain Hali (1837-1914) and Mohammad Iqbal (1877-1938). Hali was a poet of the newer socio-cultural concerns and advocated 'natural poetry' that had an ameliorative purpose. His Musaddas is an important example of this. He was also a theorist who opened new frontiers in Urdu criticism with his Moqaddama-e-Sher-o-Shairi (Preface to Poetry) which equals Wordsworth's Preface to Lyrical Ballads in importance, and even surpasses it in certain respects. He realized that with the impact of the West a new perspective was required. He, along with Mohammad Husain Azad (1830-1910), laid the foundations of a new poetry in 1867 under the auspices of Anjuman-e-Punjab, Lahore. Azad had asserted in the same year that Urdu poets should come out of the grooves of responses conditioned by Persian culture and root their works in the ethos of the land. Seeing no response to his pleas, he reiterated the same point seven years later on May 8, 1874 during his address on the occasion of the first mushaira of the Anjuman. These appeals failed to make and impact as sensibilities rooted in particular tradition are not easily altered even by impassioned pleas. Hali, creating a new taste for his age. Iqbal, with his remarkable religio-philosphical vision, and Josh Malihabadi (1838-1982), with his nationalistic and political fervour, produced exceptionally eloquent kinds of poetry that continue to reverberate over the years. Iqbal remained the most influential poet to achieve artistic excellence while putting forward a philosophical point of view, and his poetry, quite often, acquired the status of the accepted truth. A host of others Urdu poets and translators of English poetry who appeared on the literary scene during the first quarter of this century experimented with non-traditional poetic forms but they ultimately echoed sentiments and adopted forms that were more or less tradition-bound. They also looked towards the West, the traditional source of literary influence, but that was a world apart and too far to seek, They could reach only the Romantics who had already become outmoded in an age identified with Ezra Pound and T. S. Eliot. A characteristically modern poem in form and value, tone and tenor, remained at best an intriguing possibility.
Progressive Writers Movement
The 1930s emerged as the archway for entry into a new world and achieve the unachieved. Some young Indians-- Sajjad Zaheer, Mulk Raj Anand, and Mohammad Deen Taseer-- who wee then studying in London, musing on the role of literature in a fast-changing world, came up with a manifesto for what came to be known as the Progressive Writers Movement. Even before this, Sajjad Zaheer, during his stay in India had published Angare (Embers), an anthology of short stories, with explicit sexual references and an attack on the decadent moral order. The book had to be banned, like Lady Chatterley's Lover, but the stories had an impact, as they were thematically interesting and technically innovative. The reader had suddenly become exposed to the worlds of Freud, Lawrence, Joyce and Woolf. There was a world of new values waiting to be explored by an emotionally charged and intellectually agile reader. the Progressive Writers Movement was launched at the right time. This was the precise hour to shed the age-old traditions, take leave to the clich├ęs, proposed new theories, and explore a new world order.
Akhter Husain Raipuri, in his well-timed Adab aur Inqilab (Literature and Revolution) published in 1934, discarded the classical Urdu poets, including Mir and Ghalib, as degenerate representative of a feudalistic culture. This rejection was, however, based on extra-critical considerations as he was more intent on popularizing Marxist thought in literature. Premchand's famous presidential address to the conference of Progressive Writers Association in Lucknow two years later in 1936, came as a more precise call to relate literature to social reality. ' We will have to change the standards of beauty, ' he had said, and beauty of him was that which Eliot identified as ' boredom and horror' in his own context. The movement focussed on poverty, social backwardness, decadent morality, political exploitation; it dreamt of an ideal society and a just political system.
Every rebel was, therefore, a progressive writer and vice-versa during those exhilarating days. He was basically wedded to the idea of political and social revolution. He drew his inspiration from Marx. He rejected the striving for individual signatures, new modes of expression and new experiments in form. It was important for the poet to denote rather than connote, and to appeal to the larger humanity rather than to the individual. Falling victim of these errors before long, the movement alienated some noted poets, the most important of them being N. M. Rashed (1910-75) and Miraji (1912-49), who came together to lead a group called Halqa-e-Arbab-e-Zauq (Circle of Connoisseurs) in 1939. The progressive writers insistence on ideology and the impatience of those who cared more for art are reminiscent of the British poets of the 1930s and the later stance of W. H. Auden.
Faiz Ahmad Faiz (1911-84) is the most prominent and the finest of the poets who subscribed to the progressive ideology. he was singularly successful in striking a balance between art an ideas. He was drew upon sources other than Urdu and Persian and imparted an individual tone to his poetry. he did not raise slogans; he only uttered soft notes of expostulation. he was inspired more by the spirit of liberation than by slogans raised elsewhere. Prominent among other progressive poets were Asrarul Haq Majaz (1908-56), Makhdoom Mohiuddin (1908-69), Ali Sardar jafri (b.1913), Jan Nisar Akhter (1914-76), Kaifi Azmi (b.1918) and Sahir Ludhianawi (1921-80). They are mentioned here not only for the individual qualities of their poetry by also for their importance in this movement at a particular juncture in literary history. Despite the deep political complexion of the Progressive Writers Movement, it prominence was a short-lived affair. The next generation of poets expressed certain misgivings about their emphasis on class struggle in a materialistic and scientific world. The new poet wished to shake off all external shackles and apprehend his own experience for himself.

The modernism
N. M. Rashed and Miraji are the two most remarkable poets in this group.They along with Faiz, represent in the Urdu language what Eliot and the Symbolists do in English and French. They appeared later but also showed a unique resilience and vitality. Faiz was a poet with a message, one woven artistically into a pattern of symbols and delivered in a mellifluous tones. Rashed treated the Urdu language in a fresh way and created complex symbiotic fusion. Faiz appeals alike to the philanthropist and the philanderer, the pious and profane, the music makers and dreamers of dreams, but Rashed appeals only to a select readership. Faiz emerged as a myth in his own lifetime while Rashed and Miraji are yet to be fully appreciated. Rashed's resources are immense. The merging to the eastern and western influences accounts for the richness of his verse enhanced by linguistic innovation and poetic skill. Miraji, who reminds one of Tristan Corbiere in his bohemianism, drew upon Oriental, American and French sources, meditated upon time, death, the mystery if human desires, the raptures of sex and wrote in a variety of verse forms -- regular, free, and prose-like. He opted for esoteric symbolism, resorted to the stream-of-consciousness method and emerged as a unique modernist movement in Urdu poetry.
It was on this tradition that individual poets later developed their own version of modernism. Majeed Amjad (1914-74), Akhtarul Iman (b.1915) and Mukhtar Siddiqi (1917-72) deserves special mention here. A poem for them was a delicate work of art that succeeded or failed for its artistic worth. Akhtarul Iman wrote ironic, nostalgic and dramatic poems, while Majeed Amjad wrote in an inimitable introspective mood and ideas. They served as models for the younger poets to follow. The impact of Rashed, Miraji and Faiz was immense and far-reaching. Their successors echoed them, learnt from them and so came to acquire their own voices in course of time.
The generations of poets since the 1950s faced new predicaments. The Partition of India was an experience they had suffered, while the world around was also terribly alive and eventful. Groups of poets followed on after another; Wazir Agha (b.1922), Muneer Niyazi (b.1927), Ameeq Hanfi (1922-88), Balraj Komal (b.1928), Qazi Saleem (b.1930) grappled with the world around in an idiom and form that were decidedly new and had nothing to do with Progressive aesthetics. All of them acquired their own individual identities and made their mark in the development of modern poetry. They looked back at their won masters-- Mir and Ghalib-- and fared forward to Eliot and Empson. Modern literary and philosophical movements no longer remained alien. Realism, symbolism, existentialism, and surrealism, were drawn closer home. Kumar Pashi (1935-92), Zubair Rizvi (b.1935), Shahrayar (b.1936), Nida Fazli (b.1938) and Adil Mansoori (b.1941), on the one hand, and Gilani Kamran (b.1926), Abbas Ather (b.1934), Zahid Dar (b.1936), Saqi Farooqi (b.1936), Iftekhar Jalib (b.1936), Ahmed Hamesh (b.1937), Kishwar Naheed (b.1940) and Fehmida Reyaz (b.1946), on the other, experimented in form and technique, bringing in new diction and finding a place for new experiences. The new poem had come into being; modernism had firmly established itself by the mid-1970s.
Shaabkhoon, a literary journal, projected this movement in a big way and identified the poets of the new order. Ever since its inception in 1966, it has done a singular job -- especially during the vital 60s and 70s -- of creating a taste for modernism. Shamsur Rehman Farooqi, the most perceptive of the modern Urdu critics, played a vital role in helping recognize the contours of modernism with his critical studies. his studies appraising modern poets, as well as classical poets who bear upon the modern tradition, developed sound critical theories and helped in creating an atmosphere for the acceptance and appreciation of modernism.
Poetry in Pakistan
It may not seem quite right to speak of Urdu poetry in terms of Indian and Pakistani poetry, but it would be reasonable to say that the new urdu poetry in Pakistan is remarkable for its variety and vitality. Emerging from the common sources and traditions of history and culture, poetry in Pakistan has achieved its own frames of reference, its own tones of voice, its own notes of protest, largely because of the socio-political compulsions. Its poetics is characterized by a healthy adherence to tradition and somewhat virile improvisation of the traditional modes of expression.
The new poet in Pakistan has created his own blend of the lyrical with the prosaic, the manifest with the allegorical. he expressed his own predicament and that of the world around him which arouse both hope and fear, dreams and despair. Faiz Ahmad Faiz, Majeed Amjad and Muneer Niyazi, with their vitality and strength, have led us to the still more varied and vibrant Sermad Sehbai, Asghar Nadeem Syed, Afzal Ahmad Syed, Zeeshan Sahil and the vital feminine voices of Kishwar Nahed, Fehmida Reyaz, Nasreen Anjum Bhatti, Sara Shagufta, Shaista Habib and Azra Abbas. All these and many more form part of a formidable poetic scene. They are rich in their experience and execution and may well be placed among the prominent Third World voices that are being heard today with great curiosity and interest.
Modernism is an international phenomenon and modern Urdu poetry is a part of it. It has made its mark with its recognizably individual poetics. The Urdu poet is now free to make his choice; he has drawn upon sources both indigenous and foreign, literary and extra-literary, including philosophy, sociology and mythology. The issues regarding the form of the poem, the language, experiential capital and aesthetic dimensions have been resolved. the modern reader has finally identified his poem.

URDU MCQS PAPER 2

21-Meer ki aik Masnavi ka unwaan____hai
khawb o khayal


22-Baal e jibreel k ibtadaai safhay per sirf aik shaer hai,jisay Allama Iqbal ne "Bhartar hari se Mansoob kia hai,ye shayir kis daur ka hai?
uneesveen sadi


23-Khakim ba'dehan mein khaakon ki tadaad?
8


24-Shab e rafta mein nazmen aur ghazlen___unwaanat k tehat likhi gayi hain.
3


25-Meer taqi Meer ki shaayiri k kitnay deewan hain?
6


26-Hafeez k shahnama ki kitni jildain hain?
4


27-Musaddas mein Haali ne musalmano k____ka ziker kia hai
Maazi


28-Sar e waadi e seena Faiz ka kon sa majmooa hai?
5th


29-"Ham urdu mizaah k ahd e yousafi mein jee rahay hain" kis ka qaul hai?
Dr.Zaheer fateh poori


30-Sar e waadi e seena mein faiz ki shayiri 1965 se____tak hai.
1971


31-Ahmad Naseem Qasmi k afsanay____pas manzer ki akkasi kertay hain
daihi(rural)


32-Manzil e shab ka talluq kis sinf se hai?
shaayiri


33-Faiz ki shayiri____shaiyiri hai
samaaji

34-chand ham aser mash'hoor adeebon k____hain
khaakay


35-_____k kalam mein tasavuff,falsafa aur science bhi hai
Ghalib


36-______shaa'ir,afsana nigaar aur naqqad
Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi


37-_____Bang e dara ki nazm hai
taloo e Islam


38-Mushtaq Ahmad yousafi ki tanz o mizaah ki____kutab hain
3


39-Deewan e Ghalib ki pehli ghazal ka matla'a?

Naqsh Faryaadi hai kis ki shokhi e tehreer ka,
kaaghzi hai pairhan her paikar e tasveer ka.

URDU MCQS Paper 1

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Interview Tips for PPSC interviews

 
1.Preparation

Do research on your subject before the interview.
Practice interviewing by asking question from yourself. It might be better if you take help from one of your friend.
Best English skills is the key to success.
Go alone for practice.
Be prepared to meet other candidates.
Remember your education, training and experience—what you have done.
Remember all the skills, abilities and talents you possess that will make you an excellent employee.
Study General books, news paper etc.
Assemble all necessary papers/documents.
Keep in mind all your past experience of interviews, and try to avoid all the mistakes you did before.

2.Some questions


How will you introduce yourself?
Have you researched for the post for which you are going to be interviewed?
Why you consider yourself most suited person for the post?.
Why do you feel you can do the job?
What makes you qualified for the job?
Do you know about job responsibilities?

3.Your dressing and appearance


All clothes should be neatly pressed. Try to wear new clothes.
Clean, polished shoe.
Clean and well-groomed hairstyle.
Clean, trimmed fingernails.
Empty pockets – no noisy coins.
No gum, candy or cigarettes.
On interview morning, give extra 30 minutes to your appearance.

4. Introduce yourself


This is the most important point in interview, failing which can out you from the list. So give much time to know about yourself. You must prepare these points.

4.1 Personal and Education
This part is used to give the interviewer relevant information concerning you personally and about your educational background. This does not include personal information such as marital status, children, etc. The education should be either the latest obtained and/or major field if relevant to job objective.
4.2 Past /Present Experiences
This part is used to share with the interviewer past and present work experiences relevant to the job objective.
4.3 Life / Career Objectives
This part is about your life / Career objectives. These objectives should relevant to the job.
4.4 Why you are here ?
You have the knowledge and work experience relevant to the job, that’s why you are here.

5. Appearing before the interviewer / during interview


Introduce yourself with friendly speeches.
Show interest in what the interviewer is saying, by nodding your head and leaning toward him/her occasionally.
Give positive answers to negative-based questions.
Make frequent eye contact.
Keep a smile on your face during the interview.
Answer politely, and try to relax.
Admit when you don’t know.
Provide accurate information.
Keep friendly environment with the interviewers.
Listen carefully to the questions asked. Ask the interviewer to restate a question if you are confused.
Answer the questions in the language in which you are asked.
Don’t try to be over confidant.
Make positive statements.

6. Things to avoid

Poor personal appearance.
Lack of interest.
Poor knowledge about your future and past experience.
Poor eye contact with interviewer.
Irrelevant answers to question.
Inability to express self clearly; poor voice, poor diction, poor grammar.
Lack of planning for career, no purpose or goals.
Lack of confidence and poise, nervous, ill at ease.
Making excuses.
Lack of maturity.
Errors in Application Form


7. Closing
Thanks the interviewers for their time.
Say ‘Salam or Khuda Hafiz’ at leaving the chair
 


Note-One should aware of his department for which he is applying
see your department information-Departments


Wednesday, July 20, 2011

SPSC Mukhtiar 2002 Paper-II GK


MUKHTIARKAR (2002) Paper-II GK
SINDH PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION,HYDERABAD WRITTEN TEST FOR RFCRUITMENT TO THE POST OF MUKHTIARKAR

QUESTION PAPER


GENERAL KNOWLEDGE ETC: (PAPER-II)
QUESTION NO:



01. First paper to use the title "Quaid-e-Azam" was:
A) Dawn weekly (B) Dawn daily (C) Al Aman (D) Comrade (E) Pioneer


02. Swadeshi movement was launched to reverse the:
(A) Partition of India (B) Partition of Bengal (C) Separation of Sindh from Bombay (D) Annexation of Kashmir (E) Annexation of Goa.


03 Circadian Rhythm refers to:
(A) Planetary movements (B) Formation of galaxies (C) Human body cycles (D) Calisthenics


4 The Holy Prophet (PBUH) performed Haj in:
(A) 8th Hijri (B) 10th Hijri (C) 7thHijri (D) 11th Hijr


5 Which Holy book belonged to Hazrat Moosa (A.S):
(A) Taurat (B) Zaboor (C) Anjeel (D) Holy Bible (E) Old Testament.


06 First convert to Islam was a:
(A) Lady (B) Boy (C) Slave (D) Companion


07 How long was the Holy Prophet (PBUH) visiting Ghar-e-Hira before the first "Wahi"
(A) 05 years (B) 05 months (C) 15 months (D) 02 years (E) First time


08 When was the first Nimaz Eid-ul-Filr read?
(A) lstRamzan (2Hijn) (B) 08th Muharram(03 Hijri) (C) 1st Shawal (2 Hijri) (D) 8th Rabi-ul-Awai (4th Hijri)


09 One Kilobyte is:
(A) 1000 bytes (B) 1024 bytes (C) 10,000 bytes (D) 10 megabytes -

10 CNC refers to:
(A) Anti-Nuclear movement (B) Computer controlled machines
(C) Nuclear reactors (D) Naval computers

11 Kim ball Tags arc small punched cards attached to:
(A) Garments (B) Identity cards (C) Groceries (D) Cell phones (E) Lap - lop computer

12 "Fuzzy logic" is a part of:
(A) Aristotle's philosophy (ft) Computer science (C) Epicurianism (D) Sophism

13 Which is an endangered species?
(A) Indus blind dolphin (B) Markhor (C) Dromedory (D) Water buffalo (E) Jelly fish

14 Periodontics deals with:
(A) Surgery of spine (B) Dentistry (C) Ligaments restoration. (D) Stomach disorders, (E) Heart attacks

15 The National tree of Pakistan is: (A) Keeker (B) Deodar (C) Peepal (D) Eucalyptus (E) Mango.

16 Rowlatt act passed in 1 919 led to the:
(A) Julianwala Bagh tragedy (B) Meerut conspiracy (C) Indian mutiny (D) Hindu -Muslim riots (E) Congress-Muslim League split

17 In 1953 the constituent assembly had. (a) 79 members (B) 85 members (C) 320 members (D) 150 members

18 Antiquities act of 1975 deals with:
(A) Destruction and defacing of antiques (B) Preservation of artifacts
(C) Sale of antiques (D) History of antiquities (E)Archaeological diggings

19 Bupsi Sidhwa is famous:
(A) Writer (B) Historian (C) Activist for women's rights (D) Sociologist

20 Moulana Ubaidullah Sindhi spoused and preached:
(A) Unitarian philosophy (B) Hindu -Muslim unity (C) Unification of Bengal (D) Separation of Church and stale.

21 The term "Googly" is associated with:
(A) Hockey (B) Football (C) Cricket (D) Tennis (E) Tax laws


22 Which of the following is not true about Ameer Khushro?
(A) Poet (B) Courtier (C) Historian (D) Musician (E) Soldier.



23 NEQS refer to:
(A) Environment (B) Upper atmosphere (C) Sea- bed (D) Continental shelf

24 ICAO'S headquarters are located in:
(A) New York (B) Montreal (C) Ottowa (D) Geneva (E) Brussels

25 ICAO is a U.N, agency dealing with;
(A) White collar crimes (B) Civil Aviation. (C) Main time shipping (D) Drug smuggling

26 FIFA deals with:
(A) Tennis (B) Motor car racing (C) Soccer (D) Baseball (E) cricket.

27 The Tules Rimet Trophy was won by:
(A) Brazil (B) Argentian (C) Italy (D) Germany (B) South Africa

28 Mr. Zuifiquar Ale Bhutto was; -
(A) President (B) Prime Minister (C) CMLA (D) All three.

29 The AGNI is a:
(A) ICBM (B) SSM (medium range) (C) Hindu Cult (D) Indian Political party (E) Name of ship

30The Universal declaration of Human rights was adopted in:
(A) 1948 (B) 1945 (C) 1949 (D) 1928 (E)1956

31. Diego Garcia is home to:
(A) NATO troops (B) British troops (C) US Navy and Air force (D) Indian Navy (E) Australian Navy


32 Ex-President Solobodan Milosovjch is under trial by:
(A) International Court of Justice (B) Special war crimes Tribunal (C) Old Bailey (D) Scottish Court (E) Lincolns Inn


33The fact that heat flows naturally from a hotter body to a cooler body is a consequence of which of the following principles of physics?
(A) Ideal gas law (B) Conservation of charge (C) Conservation of momentum (D) First law of thermodynamics (E) Second law of thermodynamics (Entropy increase)


34 Algebra is derived from……….. language;
(A) Arabic (B) Sanskrit (C) Latin (D) Greek


35 The shortest distance between two points is cabled:
(A) curved line (B) straight line (C) obtuse angle (D) Acute angle,


36 The boiling point of Fahrenheit thermometer is;
(A) 121° (B) 212° (C) 100° (D) Zero


37 Sun is_____ times larger than earth:
(A) 14,00000 (B) 13,0000 (C) 900,000 (D) 11,00000


38 Pakistan is situated in ……….. region:
(A) Post-monsoon (B) Monsoon (C) Cold weather (D) Hot weather


39 The fastest swimming fish is:
(A) Dolphin (B) Whale (C) Shark (D) Star fish.


40 The chemical name of chalk is:
(a) Sodium Hydroxide (B) Calcium Carbonate (C) Calcium sulphate (D) Sodium Bi-carbonate.


41 The term CPU stands for:
(A) Control processing un:-t (B) Central processing unit (C) Copy processing unit (D) correct processing unit


42 Which of the following does not react with a dilute H2, SO4 solution?
(A) NaNo3 (B) Na2 S (C) Na3 PO4 (D) Na2 CO3 (E) NaOH


43 Which of the following gases in Least dense when all are measured under the same conditions.
(A) CO2 (B) Cl2 (C) SO2 (D) H2 (E) NO


44 The oxygen produced during photosynthesis is derived from ;
(A) Glucose (C6 H12 O6) (B) CO2 (C). H2O (D) Ribulose Bisphosphate (E) ATP


45 For which of the following values of k will the value of 3k -1 be greater than 10?
(A) 4 (B) 3 (C)2 (D) 1 (E) 0


46 Which of the following numbers is between 1/5 and 1/4?

(A) 0.14 (B) 0.15 (C) 0.19 (D) 0.21 (E) 0.26


47 If 2x – 10=20, then x –5=
(A) 5 (B) 10 (C) 15 (D) 20 (E) 30


48 If there is no waste, how many square yards of carpeting is needed to cover a rectangular floor that is 12 feet by 18 feet?
(A) 8 (B) 16 (C) 24 (D) 30 (E) 216.


49If the volume of a cube is 8 , what is the shortest distance from the centre of the cube to the base of the cube?
(A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 4 (D) under root 2 (E) 2 under root 2


50 Most amphibians are characterized by all of the following except:
(A) Simple lungs (B) Multichambered heart (C) eggs protected by shells (D) larvae that developed in water (E) external fertilization


Sunday the 08th September 2002
2.00.P.M. to 3.00.P.M................................Max: marks: 100

NOTE : READ INSTRUCTIONS MOST CAREFULLY.
1 . Write your NAME, FATHER'S NAME, ROLL NUMBER on Answer sheet only.
2. Write total number of questions attempted in Column provided
3. Use Blue /Black Ball point only
4. Write answers on answer sheet only
5. On completion hand in Answer sheet to Supervisor/Invigilator
Cross appropriate box on answer sheet only.

SPSC Paper for the post of Mukhtiarkar

Sindh Public Service Commission, Hyderabad
Paper-I .......ENGLISH -language /comprehension
Written Test for Recruitment to the post of Mukhtiarkar



Sunday the 08th September 2002
Time 10.30.A..M. to 12.00 Noon..................Max: marks:100

QUESTION NO: MARKS


01 Make a precis of the following passage and give it a suitable title: 40


Any one who trains animals recognize that human and animal perceptual capacities are different. For most humans, .seeing is believing, although we do occasionally brood about whether we can believe our eyes. The other senses are largely ancillary; most of usdo not know how we might go about either doubting or believing our noses. But for dogs, scenting is believing. A dog's nose is to ours as the wrinkled surface of our complex brain is to the surface of an egg. A dog who did comparative psychology might easily worry about our consciousness or lack thereof, just as we worry about the consciousness of a squid.
We who take sight for granted can draw pictures of scent, but we have no language for doing it the other way about, no way to represent something visually familiar by means of actual scent. Most humans cannot know, with their limited noses, what they can imagine about being deaf, blind; mute or paralyzed. The sighted can, for example, speak of a blind person as "In the darkness", but there is no corollary expression for what it is that we are in relationship to scent. If we tried to coin words, we might come up with something like "scent-blind". But what would it mean? It couldn't have the sort of meaning that "colour - blind", and "tone –deaf" do because most of us have experienced what "tone" and "colour" mean in those expressions, but we don't know what "scent" means in the expression "scent-blind". Scent for may of us can be only a theoretical, technical expression that we use because our grammar requires that we have a noun to go in the sentences we are prompted to utter about animals tracking. We don’t have sense of scent. What we do have is a sense of smell-for food and skunks and a number of things we call chemicals.
So if my dog and I are sitting on the terrace, admiring the view, we inhabit World with radically different principles of phenomenology. Say that the wind is to our backs. Our world lies al! Before us, within a 180 degree angle. The dog's……….well wedon't know, do we?
He sees roughly the same things that Isee but he believes the scents of the garden behind us. He marks the path of the black - and -white cat as she moves among the roses in search of the bits of chicken sandwich I let fall as 1 walked from the house to our picnic spot. 1 can show that the dog is alert to the kitty, but not how for my picture -making modes of thought too easily supply falsifyingly literal representations of the cat and the garden and their modes of being hidden from or revealed to me.

02 English Comprehension: 20

The passage above isfollowed by questions based on its contents. Answer the questions on the basis of what is stated or implied in each Passage. Write the correct answer.

(a) The phrase "other senses are largely ancillary" is used by the Author to suggest that;
(i) only those events experienced directly can be appreciated by the senses
(ii) For many human beings the sense of sight is the primary means of knowing about the world
(iii) Smell is in many respects a more powerful sense than Sight
(iv) People rely on atleast one of their other senses in order to confirm what they are
(v) The perceptual capacity of an animal is a function of its ability to integrate all of its senses.


(b)The example in the last paragraph suggests that "Principles of Phenomenology" mentioned in can best be defined as:
(i) Memorable things that happen
(ii) Behaviour caused by certain kinds of perception
(iii) Ways and means of knowing about something
(iv) Rules one uses to determine the philosophical truth about a certain things
(v) Effect of a single individuals perception on what others believe


(c) The missing phrase in the complete sentence, "The dog's………….well We don't know, do we?" refers to:
(i) colour blindness
(ii) depth perception
(iii) perception of the world
(iv) concern for our perceptions
(v) motivation for action


(d)The author uses the distinction between "that" and "how" in order to suggest the difference between:
(i) Seeing and believing
(ii) A cat's way arid a dogs way of perceiving
(iii) Verifiable hypotheses and whimsical speculation
(iv) Awareness of presence and the nature of that awareness
(v) false representations and accurate representative


(e) The example in thelast paragraph is used to illustrate how:
(i) a dog's perception differs from a human's
(ii) human beings are not psychologically rooted in the natural world
(iii) People fear nature but animals are part of it
(iv) A dogs ways of seeing are superior to a cats .
(v) Phenomenology is universal and constant


03 For each question below select the best answer from among the choices given: 20

(i) Residents of a secluded island fear that …………………commercial development Will………their quiet way of life.
(A) widespread ......... ..reinforce
(B) waning .........Harm
(C) Diminishing ……..reform
(D) encroaching ....... disturb
(E) further ............... aid.


(ii) Though it is often exclusively…………Brazil, the Amazon jungle actually…….parts of eight other South American countries.
(A) protected by ..... .,..,,... threatens
(B) located in .... .......... bypasses
(C) Limited to ............ touches
(D) surrounded by ........ borders
(E) associated with ... .......... covers


(iii) On the verge of financial collapse, the museum was granted a……,receiving a much-needed…….of cash in the form of a Government loan.
(A) reprieve............. infusion
(B) determent.......... inducement
(C) rebate............... Advance
(D) hearing............. security
(E) procurement...... Account


(iv) Galloping technological progress has made consumers………:advances undreamed of a generation age are so common that they seem humdrum.
(A) Flabbergasted (B) miffed (C) jaded (D) wary (E) embittered


(v) Laila performed her tasks at the office with…………….completing all her projects in record time.
(A) alacrity (B) conformity (C) deliberation (D) recrimination
(E) exasperation


04 Each question consists of a related pair of words or phrases followed by five pairs ofwords or phrases (A through E). Select the pair that best expresses a relationship similar to that expressed in the original pair:........................20


(i) Audience : Theater
(A) Crew : ship (B) scholars : library (C) group : society
(D) Spectators: Arena (E) Actors :stage

(ii) Quart : Volume
(A) day : night (B) mile : distance (C) decade : century (D) Friction : heat (E) part : whole,

(iii) Abrasive : Skin
(A) Flammable : fire (B) resilient: shock (C) Soluble : water ,(D) Corrosive: iron (E) responsive : stimulus

(iv) Canal : Waterway
(A) skyline : city (B) bank : stream (C) hule : Wheel
(D) dam : rive: (E) reservoir : lake

(v) Throng : People
(A) game : players (B) picnic : woods (C) swarm : insects

(D) cat : kittens. (E) vase : flowers

(vi) Ethics : Morality
(A) premise: induction (B) jurisprudence : law (C) logic : error (D) taboo : custom (E) proof: generalization

(vii) Aberration : Standard
(A) Censorship : news (B) statement : Policy (C) detour : route (D) rumour : gossip (E)encore : performance

(viii) Compass : Navigation
(A) Physician : disease (B) pilot : flight (C) clock : dial (D) camera : photography (E) map : area

(ix) Quibble : Criticism
(A) Sermon : duty (B) jeer : respect (C) source ; information

(D) tiff : quarrel (E) scandal : disgrace

(x) Glower : Anger.
(A) Sneer : contempt (B) grin : expression (C) fidget : movement (D) console : grief (E) slander : accusation

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Nadva-Tul-Ulema Lucknow


Nadva-Tul-Ulema Lucknow:

MCQS

  • Nadva-tul-Ulema Lucknow was established by Maulana Abdul Ghafoor, Maulana Shibli Naumani and Maulana Abdul Haq in 1894.
  • Nadva aimed at producing the graduate well versed in both Western knowledge and religious education.

  • Nadva started functioning in 1898 and in the beginning faced financial difficulties which were removed with the progress of time.

  • The nobles of Shah Jehan Pur provided land and then State of Hyderabad in 1900 and Bhopal in 1905 fixed annual grants for this Muslim seat of learning. Later on, the government also sanctioned a monthly grant of 500 rupees for the Nadva.
  • Objectives of The Nadva:
  • Nadva had the following objectives.
  • i) Nadva aimed at the reformation of the Muslims by producing the graduates well equipped with both Western and secular knowledge.
  • ii) One of its main objectives was the promotion of Islamic knowledge and thought.
  • iii) Nadva aimed at the reformation of the curriculum of Islamic education.
  • iv) To end the mutual differences of the Muslim religious scholars.
  • v) To work for the welfare of the Muslims.
  • vi) To evaluate Nadva to the status of Muslim seat of learning where students may be imparted the knowledge of the modern science subjects along with educational knowledge.
  • Darul Musanafeen" Azamgarh was the product of Nadva movement.
  • Maulana Shibli Naumani who was the main force behind the Nadva Movement wrote many books and influences the contemporary writers. "Al-Nadva" was the magazine of Nadva.

Anjuman-i-Himayat-e-Islam


Establishment Of The Anjuman-i-Himayat-i-Islam:

MCQS

On September 24, 1884 Anjuman was found in the mosque Bakan Khan gate,
Lahore.

When this Anjuman was found there were about 250 members of it.

Khalifa Hameed-ud-Din was the founder of this Anjuman

Abdur Rahim, Dr. Mohammad Din Nazir, Maulvi Charagh Din, Maulvi Ghulam Mohammad, Haji Meer Shams-ud-Din and Khan Najam-ud-din were other active members of the Anjuman-i-Himayat-Islam Lahore.

The objectives of the Anjuman were as follows.
 
i) To furnish modern and Islamic education to the Muslims.
ii) Prevention of the propaganda of Christianity.
iii) Establishment of an Islamic Society on sound foundations.
iv) Protection of orphan children and to give them education.
v) Protection and development of the Muslims’ social, political, economic, and educational rights.
 
In 1884, two schools were established under the administration of this Anjuman. The primary school for girls was also established. In 1925, a girl’s primary school was upgraded to high school. In 1938, Islamia college for women, Cooper road,
Lahore was started by the Anjuman.
In boys sector, in 1889, a boy’s school named Madrassa-tul-Musalamin in Sheranwala Gate,
Lahore was established. In 1905, Islamia College Railway Road, Lahore for boys was also established by the Anjuman.
Islamia College Civil Line,
Lahore, Islamia college Lahore Cantt, Himayat-i-Islamia college, Lahore and Islamia Degree College, Kasur were other institutions really quenched the thirst of education of the students of the Punjab.
Sir Syed, Allama Iqbal, Nawab Mohsin-ul-Malik, Sheikh Abdul Qadir, Justice Shah Din and Maulana Altaf Hussain Hali attended its sessions and supported its activities.

Muthi Bhar Atta Scheme:

Muthi Bhar Atta Scheme was introduced for raising funds for the Anjuman.

Darl-Ul-Uloom-I-Deoband OR Deoband Movement


Darl-Ul-Uloom-I-Deoband OR Deoband Movement

MCQS
  • Maulana Mohammad Qasim Nanautvi started this movement by establishing Darl-UL-Uloom Deoband in the Chattah Mosque, in Deoband (Sharanpur) on 30th May 1866
  • A managing committee consisting Maulan Mohammad Qasim, Maulana Zulifqar Ali, Maulana Fazul-ur-Rehman and Maulana Muhammad Mahmood was formed to look after the affairs of the madrasah.
  • Maulvi Muhammad was appointed as its first teacher with a monthly salary of fifteen rupees.
  • Haji Muhammad Abid was also the founder member
  • Reasons Of Establishment Of Deoband Movement:
  • Main causes of the Deoband Movement were as under:
  • i) After the 1857 war of Independence the Christian missionaries had started preaching their religion unhindered under the disguised patronage of the government. Under these circumstances, preaching of Islam was the need of the hour.
  • ii) The Deoband Movement was the corollary of the Muslim desire for renaissance.
  • iii) The Indian Ulema wanted to give a proper position to the teachings of the Quran and Hadith which enjoyed secondary importance of Darse Nizami. Thus the Syllabus of Deoband comprised of Tafseer, Hadith, and Arabic literature, Fiqah, Ilmul Kalam, Serf-o-Nehv and Tajveed.
  • Syllabus Of Deoband Madrassah:
  • i) In the first four years the Holy Quran was memorized.
  • ii) Then the disciplines of Urdu, Diniyat, Social Studies, geography, Islamic Civilization and Fiqah were Taught to the students for four years.
  • iii) In the Arabic course the students were taught Arabic literature, Hadith, Logic, Philosophy, fiqah, Tafseer, Ilmul Kalam, Mathematics and Manazara. In addition, the students of Urdu language, Arabic language and Translations were taught in three year Arabic course.
  • iv) In the five year Persian and Mathematics course, the students of Persian language, History of Islam, Geography, Mathematics and Translation were taught to the students.
  • Deoband, in fact, was a movement which focused on Islamic teachings rather than materialism. The pioneers of Deoband Movement were against the Aligarh movements of Sir Syed and considered him a materialistic who was imparting only modern knowledge to the Muslims and drifting them away from Islam. That was why; the Deoband Movement was started parallel to Aligarh Movement

Sir Syed Ahmed khan 1817-1898 Aligarh Movement

Sir Syed Ahmad Khan (17 Oct, 1817 – 27 Mar 1898)

• Got knowledge from Farid ud Din (maternal-grandfather – Ex Mughal PM)
• Got knowledge of Quran, Arabic, Persian, History, Maths and Medicine

Joined gov’t in 1839 – after father’s death – in a clerical job  1841 – promoted as Sub-Judge 1846 – transferred to Delhi  Chief judge in 1846  was offered an estate for services rendered to British during war 1857 but he rejected  1877 – member of imperial council 1886 – University of Edinburgh – LL.D degree 1888 – Knighthood

Educational Aspect of Aligarh Movement

Objective:

1. Modern education for Muslims to compete Hindus
2. Cooperation with the British government

1. Schools
• Muradabad (1859)
• Ghazipur (1863)
2. Scientific society at Gahazipur (1864)
• (to translate modern work from English to urdu and Persian)
• 1866 – Society published Aligarh Gazette (to arouse sentiments of goodwill & friendship)
• Muhammadan Educational Conference
• Established in 1866  held public meetings, discussed modern education techniques  Nawab Mohsan al Malik, Vaqar ul Malik, Maulana Shibli and Maulana Hali as members
3. Muhammadan Educational Conference
• Established in 1866 held public meetings, discussed modern education techniques  Nawab Mohsan al Malik, Vaqar ul Malik, Maulana Shibli and Maulana Hali as members
1869 – went to England, studied education system of Oxford & Cambridge
4. Anjuman-i-Taraqi-i-Musalmanan-i-Hind (1870)
• to impart modern knowledge to Muslims
5. Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College
On pattern of Oxford Fund raising committee formed 24th May, 1874, MAO High school established  1877 – got status of college  western, eastern and Islamic education  1920 – status of University

Political Aspects of Aligarh Movement

1. Muslims should avoid active politics
2. Sir Syed wrote “Risala-i-Asbab-Baghawqat-i-Hind

Causes of WOI 1857

1. Non representation of Indian in legislative councils
2. Conversion of Indian into Christianity
3. Mismanagement of Indian army
4. Ill advised measure of gov’t
Consequence: Indian membership in Act 1861
3. 1866 – Sir Syed formed British India Association at Aligarh – to express grievances of Indians to gov’t
4. wrote Loyal Muhammadans of India
5. Indian Patriotic Association 1888 – forum for those who did not join Congress
6. Muhammadan Political Association 1903 – Against Hindu Revivalist movements
a. Arya Smaj – Hindustan 1977
b. B G Tilak – Cow Slaughter
c. Shudhi -
d. Shangtahn -


Religious Services of Aligarh Movement

1. Wrote “Essay on the Life of Muhammad & Rebattle” in response to William Muire’s objectionable remarks in “Life of Muhammad”
2. Philosophical commentary “Tabaeen-al-Kalam” on bible – point out similarities
3. Influenced by MBA Wahab and Shah Ismail Shaheed – having positive attitude towards religion

Social services of Aligarh Movement


1. “Tahzib-ul-Akhlaq”  criticized conservative way of life and advised to adopt new trend
2. Established Orphanage houses
3. Founded Anjuman-i-Tariki-i-Urdu  protecting Urdu
4. Ahkam-i-Taham-i-Ahle-Kitab  Muslims can eat with Christians
Pioneer of two nation theory
• Advocate of Hindu Muslim unity
• Urdu Hindi controversy 1867 in Banaras, changed his views
• Shakespeare dialogue

Features of Aligarh

• Western & Eastern Education
• Islamic Education
• Residential College
• European and Indian staff
• Non-Muslim students
• Loyalist Disposition

Aligarh Movement after Sir Syed’s death

1. 1889 – Sir Syed proposed a trustee bill  Sir Syed as Sec. of the trust & Syed Mahmud (son) as joint sec.
2. After Sir Syed’s death (1898), Syed Mahmud as Sec.  was a weak manager  resigned
3. Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk as new sec  devoted  deposited six lac Rs to gov’t  handled the conflict b/t two groups – Sahibzada Aftab Khan (in favor of European staff) & Muhammad Ali Johar  Died in 1907
4. Nwab Vaqar ul Malik took over tussle on European staff arouse  Nawab resigned in 1912 – health
5. Nwab Muhammad Ishaq Khan  deposited 20 lac for status of University  1919- college student played role in Tehrik e Khilafat

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

PMS 2006 English Paper

PAPER: ENGLISH INCLUDING ESSAY

Q.1 Select any ONE of the following topics and write a comprehensive essay on it : (50 marks)
(1) Poverty Alleviation- A Dream or Reality
(2) A Public Office is Public Trust
(3) Predicament of Modern Man
(4) Internet Addiction
(5) Need for National Disaster Management Service
(6) Rites and Rituals
(7) First Deserve,then Desire

Q.2 Use any FIVE of the following phrases/idiomatic expressions in sentences (15 marks)
(i) A cry in wilderness (ii) Look your age (iii) All that jazz (iv)An uphill task
(v) Evil genius (vi) Point blank (vii) Under the auspices of (viii) Go Down

Q.3 Construct sentences to distinguish between the meanings of any FIVE of the following pairs of words. (15 marks)
Bad, Bade ; Gag,Gauge ; Mead,Meed; Fury, Furry; Memorable, Memorial ;
Jewry,Jury ; Glad,Glade; Quake,Quack

Q.4 Rewrite any FIVE of the following sentence after making necessary corrections: (10 marks)
1) The mankind should love the nature.
2) The ailing patient had better to go to the doctor.
3) Pakistanis are desirous to go to abroad.
4) Shakespear is more famous that any English Dramatist.
5) Having Crossed the River, the road looked clear before them.
6) My statement is based on facts ,and I will not withdraw.
7) I sent a verbal message to my friend.
8) He asked me politely if i will go now.

Q.5 Fill in the blanks in any FIVE of the following sentences. (10 marks)
1) The crew could not be bale ____of the blazing plane.
2) The tree fell ______when its roots were exposed.
3) The tide ebbed____leaving behind sea weeds and rubbish.
4) Water rose rapidly and began to run ______.
5) He was rapidly injured, he will pull______.
6) He dispensed______my services.
7) I was quite cowed______by the otherman's threats.

PAPER: ENGLISH INCLUDING ESSAY

Q.1 Select any ONE of the following topics and write a comprehensive essay on it :
(1) Poverty Alleviation- A Dream or Reality
(2) A Public Office is Public Trust
(3) Predicament of Modern Man
(4) Internet Addiction
(5) Need for National Disaster Management Service
(6) Rites and Rituals
(7) First Deserve,then Desire

Q.2 Use any FIVE of the following phrases/idiomatic expressions in sentences (15 marks)
(i) A cry in wilderness (ii) Look your age (iii) All that jazz (iv)An uphill task
(v) Evil genius (vi) Point blank (vii) Under the auspices of (viii) Go Down

Q.3 Construct sentences to distinguish between the meanings of any FIVE of the following pairs of words. (15 marks)
Bad, Bade ; Gag,Gauge ; Mead,Meed; Fury, Furry; Memorable, Memorial ;
Jewry,Jury ; Glad,Glade; Quake,Quack

Q.4 Rewrite any FIVE of the following sentence after making necessary corrections: (10 marks)
1) The mankind should love the nature.
2) The ailing patient had better to go to the doctor.
3) Pakistanis are desirous to go to abroad.
4) Shakespear is more famous that any English Dramatist.
5) Having Crossed the River, the road looked clear before them.
6) My statement is based on facts ,and I will not withdraw.
7) I sent a verbal message to my friend.
8) He asked me politely if i will go now.

Q.5 Fill in the blanks in any FIVE of the following sentences.
1) The crew could not be bale ____of the blazing plane.
2) The tree fell ______when its roots were exposed.
3) The tide ebbed____leaving behind sea weeds and rubbish.
4) Water rose rapidly and began to run ______.
5) He was

PMS General Knowledge 2006

PAPER: GENERAL KNOWLEDGE ( in question form)

1. From where did Taliban start their struggle in 1994?
2. Which vessels bring blood back to heart?
3. Which is the national flower of
Pakistan?
4. Which is the largest planet of solar system?
5. Who discovered that every applied force has an equal reaction?
6. In which country
Hanging Gardens of babylon were located?
7. Malfunctioning of which oragan of body causes diabetes?
8. What is fission?
9. Which is the largest state of
India (area wise)?
10.Who is the father of modern psychology?
11. "
salisbury"is the old name of which city?
12.Night blindedness is caused by the deficiency of which vitamin?
13.Rays of sun are the source of which vitamin?
14.What is digital divide?
15."
Haifa" is the seaport of which country?
16.Which gas company of
Russia supplies gas to European states?
17.Which disease is caused by H5N1 virus?
18.Which famous character is produced by J.K Rowling?
19.Which game Qutab-ud-din Aibek was playing when he died?
20.What is the relation between DNA and Chromosomes?
21.Which is the oldest invention among bicycle,___,___,and clock?
22.Which country's parliament is called 'Diet'?
23.What is choreography?
24.In which city there is the largest stock exchange of the world?
25.Who wrote "Spirit of Islam"?
26.Who wrote "
India Wins Freedom"?
27.What is Earth's diameter in KM?
28.Which Railway line connects
Pakistan and Iran?
29.Who defeated Napoleon in the war of waterloo?
30.In which state of
USA Hollywood is located?
31.What is Glacier?
32.
Suez Canal connects which two seas?
33.Who is the present ambassador of
Pakistan to USA?
34.Who was the president of
USA during First World War?
35.Where is the
Silicon valley?
36.Who was the first CM of
Punjab?
37.Who was the first ambassador of
Pakistan to USA?
38.Who was Ibn-e-Khaldun?
39.In which city World Economic forum usually helds its meetings ?
40.What is the reason of Aeriel Sharoon's leaving the premiership?
41.What is the major hurdle in Pak-Iran-India gas pipeline project?
42.Where is the
Golden Gate?
43.What is the reason of earthquake?
44.What is Ivy league?
45. Which quality is attached to Vishnu?
46.What is holocaust?
47.Which country is below the sea level?
48.Who is considered as the Leader of moderm Chinese economy?
49.What is track-2 diplomacy?
50.Who wrote "The struggle for
Pakistan"?
51.Which name is given to Short sightedness?
52.What is Alzhemir?
53.Who is the President of
France?
54.What is "ikabani"?
55.Who organised "Mehdi army" ?
56.Which is the largest oil field of
Iraq?
57.When did Crusade begin?
58.What is Habeas Corpus?
59.What Chinese Muslims are called in province ____of
China?
60.Which countries are the members of ECO?
61.When for the first time 'Doctrine of Necessity" was used in
Pakistan?
62.Which female PM served for the longest period of time in the world?
63.Where ECO 2008 will be held?
64.What is E=mc2?
65.Which member of Gandhi family died a natural death? Mahatama Gandhi,Indra or Sanjay?
66.Which civilization flourished at the banks of
Euphrates n Dajla?
67. "diego garcia"
USA naval base is in which ocean?
68.Which of the Mughal emperor is burried outside the present Pak and
India territory? Babur,Jahangir or Hamayun?
69.What is the freezing point of heavy water?
70.What is Pariah state?
71.What name is given to the place of 9/11?
72.Which are the primary colours?
73.What is armageddon?
74.Where Akhori Dam will be built by WAPDA?
75.Which disesase is caused by the viral infection of liver?
76."Gestapo" was the secret police of which country?
77.Footballer Zaidane originally belongs to which country?
78.Khalil Jibran belonged to which country?
79.What it is called when Stock Exchange is going down?
80.Which river crosses equator twice?
81.How many zero'z are in 1 trillion?
82.Akelman desert is in which country?
83.Which country is not the member of G-8?
Italy,China,.....,......?
84.When did
Greenwich Meridian Watch start to work?
85.Where is the HQ of Asian Devolpment Bank?
86.Who finally defeated Mongols?
87.Which Muslim conquered
Central Asia?
88.What is AWACS?
89.How much energy will be produced after the completion of Chashma-2 project?
90.Who won first Nobel Prize from
South Asia?
91.What is Evangelicals?
92.Which monarchy has recently allowed females to rule ?
93.What is "Kremlin"?
94.How many moons Saturn has?
95.Who wrote "History of God"?
96.Where is the HQ of UNESCO?
97.Which was the native town of
Babar?
98.Which river is in
Lebanon?
99."De'curie" (related to judiciary)....? (Exact word is not anymore the part of my memory )
100

PMS 2006 Pak Studies Paper

PUNJAB PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

PMS-2006

PAPER: PAKISTAN STUDIES (COMBINATION OF BOTH SUBJECTIVE AND OBJECTIVE)

TIME ALLOWED:THREE HOURS MAX MARKS:100

1. Attempt in English or Urdu.
2. Attempt any three questions from questions 1 to 6 .Question No.7 and 8 are compulsory.Cutting or over-writing is not permissible in Question No.8.
__________________________________________________ __________________________

Q.1 There is "unbridgeable gulf between Hinduism and Islam and their followers existed together in the same land for hundreds of years like two streams which continue to run parallel to each other indefinitely,without ever becoming one body of water." Explain. 15+5(20)

Q.2 Why Sir Syed had opposed the Indian National Congress and to what extent he was successful?
15+5(20)

Q.3 "The agitation over the partition of Bengal was a provincial rather than an All-India issue." Do you agree? What was its impact on the course of Indian Nationalism? 15+5 (20)

Q.4 "Nahru Report created more problems than solving the communal issues." Elucidate. (20)

Q.5 Can the Objective Resolution be termed as Magna Carta of Pakistan? Give arguments. (20)

Q.6 "Pakistan is a rich country where poor people live." Explain. (20)

Q.7 Write short note on any ONE of the following: (10)

a) Problems of industrialization in Pakistan and their solution.
b) Pakistan's relations with Saudi Arabia.


Q.8 Objective


a) The Indian National Congress was established in ______by _____. 15x2(30)
 

b) All India Muslim League was established in ______at Dacca and its first President was____.
 

c) Urdu-Hindi controversy started first at____in the year _____.
 

d) _______laid the foundation of British-Indian Association in ____.
 

e)The province of Bengal was partitioned in____and its annulment was declared in____.
 

f)The Quaid-e-Azam became a member of The Muslim League in _____and resigned from the
membership of congress in______.
 

g)______laid the foundation of National Muhammadan Association in______.
 

h)The first governor of Pakistan was _____while of Bharat ____became his counterpart.
 

i) Military assets were to be divided between Pakistan and Bharat with a ratio of ___% and ___%
respectively.
 

j)Pakistan became a member of UNO in____and it was ______member of this organization.
 

k)The Chairman of Boundary Commissions (Punjab and Bengla) was_____and the award was

declared on_______.
 

l) ______presented the Objective Resolution in the Constituent Assembly which was passed on
________.
 

m)_______inaugurated the State Bank of Pakistan with a sum of Rs.______
 

n)_______was declared as the state religion under the______ constitution of Pakistan.
 

o)First Constitution of Pakistan was framed in_____which was abrogated by_____.

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Saturday, July 9, 2011

Subject Specialist Chemistry Paper


WRITTEN TEST FOR THE RECRUITMENT TO THE POSTS OF
SUBJECT SPECIALIST MALE & FEMALE IN THE PUNJAB EDUCATION DEPARTMENT,2007
SUBJECT:CHEMISTRY

TIME ALLOWED:THREE HOURS                              TOTAL MARKS:100



Subject Specialist Physics Paper


WRITTEN TEST FOR THE RECRUITMENT TO THE POSTS OF
SUBJECT SPECIALIST MALE & FEMALE IN THE PUNJAB EDUCATION DEPARTMENT,2007
SUBJECT:PHYSICS

TIME ALLOWED:THREE HOURS                              TOTAL MARKS:100












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PPSC Lecturer English Past Paper 2015
Total Questions were 100
Here is given some Questions
Paper was consists of 100 MCQs Questions
Two hour Duration




1. Who is the writer of, "Piers Plowman".

2. Name the poet, who belong to a small group, got fame after 50 years age?

3. The smallest parts of expression associated with some meaning are called:

4. Who studies a language at one period in time and investigates the way people speak in  a given speeh community in a given point in time?


5. The set of all possible grammatical sentences in the language is:


6. The study of hearing and the perception of speech sounds is called:


7. Phoneme, Phone, Allophone are the concepts of:


8. Consonant that is produced with a stricture is called:


9. Lexical unit in which two or more lexical morphemes are juxtaposed is called:


10. Fries classifies utterances units into :


11. "A word or set of words followed by a pause and revealing an intelligible purpose" is


12. A group of words with its own subject and predicate, if it is included in a larger sentence is called:


13. Mood is related to illocutionary force. Moods are:


14. On linguistic map a line indicating the degree of linguistic change is called:


15. A contract language, a mixture of elements from different natural languages is called:

16. When a pidgin becomes a linguafranca, it is called:



17. Technique used by Skinner is:

18. Consonant produced or formed by closure or near closure of the lips is called:


19. Name the war Byron proved his rebellion by death by opposing Europeans by taking part in the war against Turks and supported:


20. Name the poets who composed Lyrical Ballads(1798):


21. How many sonnets were  written by Shakespeare ?

22. Good relations with neighbours are discussed in poem:


23. The poems written by Coleridge in state of depression , fantasy are:


24. In 19th century novel with children as characters and storie apperaed by?


25. Charles Dickens continued the tradition of ______ in his novels:


26. George Orwell criticises the corruption under the :


27. P B Shelley wrote an elegy on the death of Keats :


28. G.B.Shaw was influenced by , middle-class society characters,:



29. A Doll's House by Ibsen deals with

30. In Sophocles, chorus cosists of:


31. the use of a word or phrase so as to emphasize or suggest its different meanings  or the use of words that are alike or nearly alike in sound but different in meaning;


32. ..... a visual image, used by Oscar Wilde in his works

33. Conceits used by Donne in his poetry:

34. What Philip Sidney attributes to poetry  in his The Defence of Poesy:


35.  The depiction of characters and story in novels changed from extrnal to internal in:


36.  In Ode to a Nightingale:"Where youth grows pale, and spectre-thin, and dies;" refers to:


37. In "Ode on a Grecian Urn" Keats refers Urn as:
38. Keats was influenced by the philosophy ( or philosopher):
39. Keats wrote all of his six odes from:
40.  In The Mill on the Floss, Tom and Maggie represent  Eliot's:

41.  Wordswoth discusses conditions of city life:
42.  Language of rustic people and stories of  rustic people:

43.  Post-colonial literature discusses:

44. T.S. Eliot got Nobel Prize in:

45.  Name the poem written by Miton, epic and critique,:

46. The theme of Paradise Lost  is :

47. The Faerie Queene by Spencer is:

48. Sylvia Plath was the wife of :

49. Who said " Tragedy and common man."  :

50.  Name of the Wife of Bath in the Prologue:

51. Surrey and Wyatt  intoduced in English Poetry:

52.  Which of following is not a Tragi-comedy:
53. Classical method of grammar learning is:
54. Oral method of learnning is:
55. Beckett :

56.  The plays in which vices and virtues were personified are called:
57. (name of writer) who continued the tradition of irony of whose writer
58. Bacon was granted knighthood under:

59. In the poem, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner,  the dice game:
60. There was a question about "Aunt Jennifer's Tigers   by Adrienne Rich"  needlework:

61. Which of the following is not Feature of Comedy:

62. Time flies:

Fill in the blanks: (there were 5 questions, I'm here providing answers)

63.      between-over ( The misunderstanding between   two parties  over ..............)

64.     down-out  ( unlike eggs, ................................)

65.      of- while  ( Fancy happiness of (name) whilefinding himself free.)

66.     pros and cons ( Before deciding consider pros and cons.......................)

67.   veracity  ( there was sentence about minister's remarks)



68. Select correct sentence:

a) You will be surprised to know if I tell you who called me last night.

b) You will be surprised to know if I tell you whom called me last night.

c) You will be surprised to know if I tell you what called me last night.

d) You will be surprised to know if I tell you that who called me last night.



69. A revolutionary thinker who exiled to Eton.

70. Ahmed Ali earned his livelihood in 1932 as:
71.Pronouns, myself,yourself ,yourselves,himself,herself ,itself, ourselves,themselves are:


Antonyms:

72.   Grotesque
73.   pull the rug from under
74.   Acumen
75.   Patrician
76.   Zenith


Synonyms:

77. Paradoxical
78. Close shave
79. Spoken
80. Pique
81. Circumvent