PPSC Past Paper for Zilladar held on 2004

PPSC Past Paper for Zilladar 2004

Here, You can see PPSC Zilladar Past Paper 2004 in Irrigation and Power Department which held in 2004. If the answer of any MCQs is incorrect, Please mention that MCQs in the comments below the post. So that the answer to that MCQs can be corrected.

The PPSC Past Paper for Zilladar (Irrigation and Power Department) 2004 has two main parts, the first part of PPSC Zilladar Past Paper MCQs 2004 is English. The second Part is General Intelligence. Please read the MCQs of the PPSC Zilladar Past Paper 2004.

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PPSC Zilladar Past Paper 2004 (Irrigation and Power Department)

1. News agency of Malaysia is:



(C) Bemama 

(D) Interfax

2. The highest peak of the Hindu Kush range is:

(A) Tirich Mir 

(B) Nanga Parbat

(C) K-2

(D) Rakaposhi

3. Wullar Lake is a source of:

(A) Jhelum 

(B) Chenab

(C) Indus

(D) Kabul

4. “Khaki Shadows” book was written by:

(A) S.M. Bruke

(B) Mansoor A Shah

(C) K. M. Arif 

(D) Kamal Ahamed

5. Nobel Peace Prize 2004 was awarded to „Wangari Maathai’ of:

(A) Uganda


(C) South Africa

(D) Nigeria

6. What is the old name of Bin Qasim?

(A) Cambalpur

(B) Gaddomi 

(C) Mansoora

(D) Pepri

7. Burkina Faso is the new name.

(A) Lower Volta

(B) Rhodesia

(C) Burma

(D) Upper Volta 

8. Which one of the following is not a ‘Cash Crop’?

(A) Cotton

(B) Wheat 

(C) Sugarcane

(D) None of these

9. Where Quaid-e-Azam stayed during his last illness in 1948?

(A) Hanna Lake

(B) Kohlu

(C) Ziarat 

(D) Makran

10. Which is the oldest hydroelectricity project in Pakistan?

(A) Mangla

(B) Tarbela

(C) Warsak

(D) Malakand Dargai 

11. Under Indus Water Treaty which rivers were given to India?

(A) Ravi and Beas

(B) Ravi, Beas and Sutlej 

(C) Sutlej, Ravi

(D) Indus, Jhelum and Chenab

12. ‘Land of Maple Leaf is the nickname of:

(A) New York

(B) Canada 

(C) Malta

(D) None of these

13. Which country is ‘Sick Man of Europe’?

(A) Turkey 

(B) France

(C) Spain

(D) Germany

14. “Doma” is the parliament of the country:

(A) India

(B) Myanmar

(C) Russia 

(D) Bhutan

15. Under Indus Water Treaty the rivers given to Pakistan are:

(A) Indus Jhelum and Chenab 

(B) Indus and Jhelum

(C) Ravi and Beas

(D) None of these

16. Warsak dam is located on:

(A) River Kabul 

(B) River Karam

(C) River Gomal

(D) River Bera

17. International Anti-Corruption day is observed on.

(A) 6th December

(B) 8th December

(C) 5th December

(D) 9th December 

18. Hina Lake is situated near:

(A) Peshawar

(B) Quetta 

(C) Murree

(D) Kaghan

19. „Dalai Street‟is situated In:


(B) Mumbai 

(C) France

(D) Austria

20. Which is the biggest earth filled dam of Pakistan?

(A) Tarbela 

(B) Mangla

(C) Hub

(D) None of these

21. Balloki Headworks was built on the river:

(A) Ravi 

(B) Sutlej

(C) Bias

(D) Jhelum

22. Fort William College was established at Calcutta in:

(A) 1799

(B) 1789

(C) 1800 

(D) 1803

23. Shalimar Garden is located in the city of:

(A) Lahore 

(B) Karachi

(C) Multan

(D) Taxila

24. Badshahi Mosque was built in:

(A) 1670

(B) 1673 

(C) 1676

(D) 1678

25. First Martial Law was imposed in:

(A) October 1958 

(B) September 1958

(C) August 1958

(D) November 1958

26. Which of the following is the correct group of Kharif Crops?

(A) Rice, Millet, Maize, Cotton

(B) Jowar, Bajra, Rice, Cotton, Jute, Gram

(C) Groundnut, Bajra, Barley, Sorghum, Wheat 

(D) None of these

27. Where is the headquarters of the Amnesty International?

(A) New York

(B) London 

(C) Paris

(D) Geneva

28. Headquarter of International Finance Corporation (IFC) is located in:

(A) New York

(B) Washington 

(C) Geneva

(D) None of these

29. When Commonwealth was established?

(A) 1931 

(B) 1932

(C) 1947

(D) 1926

30. Name the Secretary-General of Commonwealth:

(A) Lord George Byron

(B) Dag Hammar Skjold

(C) Roger Smith

(D) Kammalesh Sharma 

31. Which of the President of USA was involved in Watergate Scandal?

(A) Richard M Nixon 

(B) Ronald Reagon

(C) George Bush

(D) Johnson

32. Who is the only person to win the two Nobel Prizes for Peace and Chemistry?

(A) Bertrand Russel

(B) Romain Rolland

(C) Ems Ludwig

(D) Dr. Linus Pauling 

33. Michelangelo was famous artist and painter of:

(A) Spain

(B) Italy 

(C) Netherlands

(D) France

34. What Is the total length of Makran Coastal Highway which is constructed with the help of China:

(A) 595 km

(B) 625 km

(C) 653 km 

(D) 732 km

35. What is the length of Peshawar to Karachi railway route?

(A) 1605 km

(B) 1661km

(C) 1681km 

(D) 1725 km

36. The first nuclear power plant was set up in Karachi in:

(A) 1971

(B) 1970

(C) 1972 

(D) 1973

37. Which is the highest mountain peak of the world?

(A) Mount Everest 

(B) K2

(C) Nanga Parbat

(D) None of these

38. Which is the largest river of Asia?

(A) Yangtze Kiang 

(B) Indus

(C) Hawang Ho

(D) Ob

39. Which is the largest river of Africa?

(A) Lena

(B) Niger

(C) Congo

(D) Nile river 

40. Which is the longest river of North America?

(A) Mississippi 

(B) Amazon

(C) Niger

(D) Lena

41. How much electricity is being generated by Karachi Nuclear Power Plant (KANNUP)?

(A) 137 MW 

(B) 195 MW

(C) 172 MW

(D) None of these

42. One nautical mile per hour is equal to __ knots.

(A) 1.25 knots

(B) 1.5 knots

(C) 1.75 knots

(D) 1 knot 

43. Where is Red Square situated?

(A) Kashmir

(B) Moscow 

(C) China

(D) New York

44. The capital of Chechnya is:

(A) Colombo

(B) Islamabad

(C) Washington

(D) Grozny 

45. The second atom bomb was dropped on Nagasaki on:

(A) Aug 6,1914

(B) Aug 9,1945 

(C) Aug 6,1943

(D) Aug 9.1943

46. Salat-e-lstasqa is performed at the occasion of:

(A) Shortage of rain 

(B) Solar eclipse

(C) Fear

(D) War

47. Name the prayers in which there is no change in Farz Raka’ats in case of Qasr?

(A) Fajr

(B) Maghrib

(C) Witr

(D) All of these 

48. Name the first Muslim who recited the Quran loudly

(A) Hazrat Abdullah bin Masood (RA) 

(B) Hazrat Abu Bakr(RA)

(C) Hazrat Zaid bin Haris (RA) .

(D) Hazrat Bilal bin Rubbah (RA)

49. Incident of Kanpur occurred 133 Muslims were killed in this incident in:

(A) 1913 

(B) 1914

(C) 1911

(D) 1916

50. Maulana Muhammad AN Johar issued “Hamdard” Urdu newspaper in

(A) 1911

(B) 1914

(C) 1913 

(D) 1916

51. Dyarchy system meaning dual system of Government was introduced fn

(A) 1917

(B) 1918

(C) 1919 

(D) 1920

52. When was the Constitution of 1973 enforced?

(A) 10th April. 1973

(B) 14th August 1973 

(C) 10m March 1973

(D) 10th August 1973

53. Kingdom of Khwarzim was destroyed in 1218-20 AD by

(A) HalakuKhan

(B) Changaiz Khan 

(C) Temur Lung

(D) QublaiKhan

54. Every prayer is preceded by an Azaan with the exception of:

(A) Eid-ul-FItr

(B) Eld-ul-Ashaa

(C) Funeral prayer

(D) All of these 

55. Which of the following is the icy continent?

(A) Greenland

(B) Antarctica 

(C) Australia

(D) None of these

56. Name the Person who discovered Australia?

(A) Henry Hudson

(B) William Janszoon 

(C) Sebastain Cabot

(D) None of these

57. The length of the Suez Canal is approximately:

(A) 110 km

(B) 150 km

(C) 170 km 

(D) 125 km

58. Which is the largest river of Asia?

(A) Yangtze Kiang 

(B) Indus

(C) Hewing Ho

(D) Ob

59. Which is the longest river of the world?

(A) Lena

(B) Niger

(C) Congo

(D) Nile river 

60. FIR stands for:

(A) First Information Report 

(B) Final Information Report

(C) Fundamental Information Report

(D) Final Information Record

61. Which day is observed on 7 December?

(A) Civil Aviation day 

(B) Disarmament day

(C) Cultural day

(D) Postal day

62. The Great Bear Lake is situated in:

(A) North America

(B) Canada 

(C) Siberia

(D) None of these

63. Which of the following is the first man who successfully climbed Mt. Everest in 1953?

(A) Edmund Hillary 

(B) Fran Fipps

(C) James Present

(D) Jacques Charles

64. Who was the first woman to climb Everest?

(A) Karolene Mikkelsen

(B) Fran Fipps

(C) Junko Taibei 

(D) Valentina

65. Who was the first man to sail round the world?

(A) Ferdinand Magellan 

(B) John Maynard

(C) Ernst Schumaher

(D) Milton Friedman

66. Who is the writer of the book “My Experiments with Truth?”

(A) Mahatma Gandhi 

(B) Paul Kennedy

(C) ZuIifqarAli Bhutto

(D) None of these

67. “Origin of Species” was written by:

(A) J.M. Barrie

(B) Charles Darwin 

(C) G.B. Shaw

(D) Jane Bunyan

68. Who built Shalimar Garden?

(A) ShahJahan 

(B) Babar

(C) KamKhan

(D) Akbar

69. Name the first President of Pakistan

(A) Ghulam Muhammad

(B) Iskandar Mlrza 

(C) Muhammad Ali Bogra

(D) Quaid-e-Azam

70. The 2012 Olympic Games are scheduled to be held at

(A) London 

(B) Seoul

(C) Sydney

(D) Tokyo

71. Who was the first Captain of Pakistan Cricket Team?

(A) Fazal Mehmood

(B) WazirAli

(C) Hafeez Kardar 

(D) Hanif Muhammad

72. Kalar Kahar Lake is situated in:

(A) Klrthar Range

(B) Salt Range 

(C) Koh-e-Sufaid Range

(D) None of these

73. Hub Lake is situated near

(A) Quetta

(B) Peshawar

(C) Karachi 

(D) Gomal

74. Who was the first President of Chinese Republic?

(A) JunkoTabar

(B) Dr. SunYatSan 

(C) MaoTse-Tung

(D) None of these.

75. The train went ___ the tunnel.

(A) through 

(B) in

(C) at

(D) to

76. Pour the tea ___the cup.

(A) to

(B) at

(C) into 

(D) in

77. She jumped ____ the bus.

(A) off

(B) on 

(C) of

(D) at

Choose the correct meaning of:


(A) resentment 

(B) greed

(C) sadness

(D) ugly

79. ‘RAPID’

(A) loud

(B) quick 

(C) slow

(D) bright

80. ‘ZEST

(A) great enjoyment 

(B) keenness

(C) extremely large

(D) helpless

81. What is the Parliament of Denmark:

(A) National Assembly

(B) Senate

(C) Folketing 

(D) None of these

82. The 1st Asian Secretary General of Unitec Nations was:

(A) Tryve Lie

(B) Vijay Lakshmi Pandit

(C) U-Thant 

(D) Kurt Waldheim

83. The headquarters of EFTA is in:

(A) London

(B) Geneva 

(C) Rome

(D) Paris

84. “Bread for the World” Institute which focuses on problems of poverty and hunger in the world, is based in:

(A) London

(B) Washington 

(C) Geneva

(D) New York

85. Who united all the Sikhs and founded a kingdom in the Punjab?

(A) Guru Nanak

(B) Guru Gobind Singh

(C) Ranjit Singh 

(D) Guru Tegh Bahadur

86. “Ajodhanpur* is the old name of:

(A) Jakababad

(B) Attack

(C) Pakpattan 

(D) Lahore

87. What is the old name of Sahiwal city?

(A) Montgomery 

(B) Lawrencepur

(C) Lyailpur

(D) Lahore

88. Which is the world’s oldest religion?

(A) Judaism

(B) Islam

(C) Christianity

(D) Hinduism 

89. Kashmir black day is observed on:

(A) February 5

(B) July 13

(C) October 24

(D) October 27 

90. Anatolia is the news agency of:

(A) Romania

(B) England

(C) U.S.A.

(D) Turkey 

91. Where the Noor Mahal is located?

(A) Bahawalnagar

(B) Uch Sharif

(C) Bahawalpur 

(D) None of these

92. Where Gulzar Mahal, Bahawalgarh and Daulat Khana are situated?

(A) Multan

(B) Bahawalpur 

(C) Forth Abbas

(D) Lahore

93. In Southern Punjab there is only one hill station. What is its name?

(A) Fort Munro 

(B) Rohtas Fort

(C) Attack Fort

(D) Fort Abbas

94. Sher Shah’s real name was:

(A) Hemu

(B) Faizi

(C) Bahadur

(D) Farid Khan 

95. The__capital of the Mughal Empire was shifted from Agra to Delhi by:

(A) Jahangir

(B) Aurangzeb

(C) Humayun

(D) Shahjahan 

96. Which country is also called Land of Protease?

(A) Angola

(B) Switzerland

(C) South Africa 

(D) None of the above

97. Which country is called the „Cockpit of Europe’?

(A) South-hall

(B) Bangalore

(C) Belgium 

(D) Berlin

98. Eduskunta is the parliament of which country?

(A) Sweden

(B) Finland 

(C) Netherlands

(D) Hungary

99. Mount Everest’s height is 29,035 ft what is its height in metres?

(A) 8594 metres

(B) 8291 meters

(C) 8850 meters 

(D) 8926 meters

100. What is the third largest mountain peak in the world?

(A) Kanchenjunga 

(B) Makalu

(C) Cho Oyo

(D) Lhotse



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