PPSC past papers for Sub inspector solved

PPSC past papers for Sub inspector solved held on 15.09.2019

  1. In PowerPoint select design can be applied.
    a) To current slide only
    b) To all slide
    c) To all the new presentation you create
    d) All of these
  2. (25*10) / (5(6-4)2) =?
    a) 200
    b) 50
    c) 25/2
    d) 25
  3. A hockey team won 6 matches and lost 8 matches, what will be the ratio?
    a) 6:8
    b) 8:6
    c) 3:7
    d) 8:14
  4. Thomas Jefferson was the ———– of the United States.
    a) 1st
    b) 2nd
    c) 3rd
    d) 4th
  5. Complete the series 1, 1, 8, 4, 27, 9, ——-
    a) 54
    b) 20
    c) 60
    d) 24
  6. What is the name of autobiography of Adolf Hitler?
    a) Hope and Success
    b) Mein Kamp
    c) Das capital
    d) Third beach
  7. If jack needs 2.5 pints of cream to make a dessert, how many pints will he need to make three desserts?
    a) 7.5
    b) 3
    c) 4
    d) 5.5
  8. Ali can type at a speed of 2.5 words per mint, how many words he can type in one hours?
    a) 1300 b) 1200 c) 1500 d) 1475
  9. If the average arithmetic mean of 8, 12, 15, 21, x and 11 is 17 then what is x?
    a) 3
    b) 15
    c) 17
    d) 35
  10. LED stands for?
    a) Laser Emitting Direction
    b) Laser Exacting Diode
    c) Light Exit Direction
    d) Light Emitting Diode
  11. Which one number will complete this series 8, 13, 10, 15, 12, 17, 14, —–
    a) 19
    b) 22
    c) 16
    d) 20
  12. The short cut key to close a selected window is.
    a) Alt + F4
    b) Cntrl + F4
    c) Alt + F5
    d) Alt + F3
  13. How many Non-Muslims were killed in Ghazwa-e-Badr?
    a) 50
    b) 60
    c) 70
    d) None of these
  14. Pakistan is located in
    a) South Asia
    b) East Asia
    c) South East Asia
    d) North East Asia
  15. Sam bought a 12 pack of soda for $5.40, how much did he pay per cane of soda?
    a) $0.54
    b) $0.45
    c) $2.22
    d) $0.40
  16. What was the capital of Japan before tokyo?
    a) Hiroshima
    b) Osaka
    c) Kyoto
    d) Oldnawa
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  17. In the Composition of the earth, Aluminum is:
    (a) 27.5%
    (b) 20.3%
    (c) 14.5%
    (d) 8.1%
  18. The deepest part of the Ocean is:
    (a) Vostok
    (b) Puerto Rico Trench
    (c) Mariana Trench
    (d) Sundas Trench
  19. X, 9, 25, 49, 81, 121 find the value of x?
    a) 5
    b) 1
    c) 4
    d) 3
  20. After Australia, which of the following is the smallest Continent?
    (a) Antarctica
    (b) South America
    (c) North America
    (d) Europe
  21. The deepest place in the Indian Ocean is:
    (a) Mariana Trench
    (b) Puerto Rico Trench
    (c) Sunda Trench
    (d) Isle Trench.
  22. Who is called the father of computers
    a) Charles Babbage
    b) Thomas Kurtz
    c) Konrad Zuse
    d) Bill Gates
  23. The highest waterfall of the world is:-
    (a) Victoria
    (b) Tugela
    (c) Angel
    (d) Niagara.
  24. Short cut key is to switch to next window is?
    a) ALT + Tab
    b) Shift + Tab
    c) Alt + Cntrl
    d) Cntrl + Tab
  25. The areas around the North and South poles within the Polar circles is called:
    (a) The Torrid Zone
    (b) The Frigid Zone
    (c) The Temperature Zone
    (d) None of the above
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  26. Look at the series 2, 6, 15, 54, —- , What number should come next?
    a) 108
    b) 162
    c) 216
    d) 148
  27. “Death Valley” in California, U.S.A is so called because of:-
    (a) It is highly polluted area on earth
    (b) It is extremely cold region on earth
    (c) One of the hottest places in the world
    (d) The existence of a large number of volcanaes
  28. Identify the largest ocean:
    (a) Pacific Ocean
    (b) Atlantic Ocean
    (c) Indian Ocean
    (d) Artic Ocean
  29. The values of 1/3 of 24 is
    a) 12
    b) 5
    c) 8
    d) None of these
  30. Mediterranean Sea is connected to the Atlantic Ocean by the:
    (a) Strait of Gibraltar
    (b) Bering Strait
    (c) Davis Strait
    (d) Dover strait
  31. ‘Sea of Japan’ is famous for :
    (a) Oil Reserves
    (b) Mineral Water
    (c) Fishing Area
    (d) Icebergs in water
  32. ‘Red sea’ is between :
    (a) Arabia and Africa
    (b) Turkey and Russia
    (c) China and Japan
    (d) Germany and Scandinavia
  33. Alexandria is a seaport of :
    (a) Greece (b) Egypt
    (c) Iran (d) Germany
  34. Bering Strait separates Asia from:
    (a) America
    (b) Africa
    (c) Australia
    (d) None of the above one
  35. The longest mountain range in the world is:
    (a) Karakoram
    (b) Alps
    (c) Andes
    (d) Hindukush
  36. Cyprus is an island in the:
    (a) Mediterranean Sea
    (b) South China Sea
    (c) Red Sea
    (d) Caribbean Sea.
  37. Identify the world’s longest river with the length of 6,521 km.
    (a) Amazon
    (b) Mississippi
    (c) Nile
    (d) None of the above
  38. Which one is the longest river?
    (a) Jhelum
    (b) Chenab
    (c) Ravi
    (d) Sutlaj.
  39. Which of the following is the smallest sea?
    (a) South China Sea.
    (b) Arabian Sea.
    (c) Sea of Marmara.
    (d) Caribbean Sea.
  40. Which of the following river is located in Iraq?
    (a) Lena
    (b) Oxus
    (c) Volga
    (d) Euphrates
  41. Identify the world’s Largest Dam :-
    (a) Aswan
    (b) Kiev
    (c) Tarbela
    (d) Mangla
  42. In which of the following region ‘New Zealand’ is situated?
    (a) Europe
    (b) South America
    (c) Caribbean
    (d) Oceania
  43. The world’s largest land frontier is between:
    (a) America and Canada
    (b) Russia and China
    (c) Argentina and Brazil
    (d) China and Mongolia
  44. The world’s largest sliver producing country is.—
    (a) Canada
    (b) Australia
    (c) Russia
    (d) Mexico.
  45. “Valetta” is the capital of:
    (a) Finland
    (b) Malta
    (c) Senegal
    (d) Congo
  46. The ‘United Arab Emirates’ (U.A.E) Comprises of:
    (a) Abu Dhabi
    (b) Sharjah
    (c) Fujairah
    (d) All the above
  47. Which of the following ‘Desert’ is the largest in area?
    (a) The Sahara
    (b) Gobi
    (c) Takla Makan
    (d) Thar
  48. The famous “ Dost-i-Lut” desert is located in :
    (a) Iran
    (b) China
    (c) South Africa
    (d) Egypt
  49. “Nanga Parbat” is the famous mountain Peak of:
    (a) Karakoram range
    (b) Himalayas range
    (c) HinduKush range
    (d) Sulaiman range
  50. “Kasr-i-Mantra” is an official residence of:
    (a) King of Saudi Arabia
    (b) Amir-Kuwait
    (c) Iranian President
    (d) None of the above
  51. The term ‘Computer’ is derived from__________?
    a) Latin
    b) German
    French
    Arabic
  52. BCD is
    a) Binary Coded Decimal
    b) Bit Coded Decimal
    c) Binary Coded Digit
    d) Bit Coded Digit
  53. How many major companies around the world manufacture microprocessors?
    a) Only one company
    b) Tow companies
    c) Three companies
    d) Many companies
  54. Which chip is used inside the apple new computers?
    a) A: G3
    b) B: G4
    c) C: ATI
    d) D: MAC03
  55. Which chip is used inside the apple new computers?
    a) A: G3
    b) B: G4
    c) C: ATI
    d) D: MAC03
    56, Which is an example of first generation computer?
    a) A: EDVAC
    b) B: EDSAC
    c) C; ENIAC
    d) D; UNIVAC
  56. Which is an example of first generation computer?
    a) A: EDVAC
    b) B: EDSAC
    c) C; ENIAC
    d) D; UNIVAC
  57. Operating system is used in which generation of computer for the first time?
    a) A: First Generation
    b) B: Second Generation
    c) C: Third Generation
    d) D: Fourth Generation

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  1. Which is the most common types of computer?
    A: Desktop
    B: Notebook
    C: Server
    D: Laptop
  2. Which is the newest development of full featured portable computer?
    A: A Notebook PC
    B: A Handheld PC
    C: Tablet PC
    D: Workstation
  3. Which of the following is a mid-range computer?
    A: Mainframe
    B: Mini computer
    C: micro computer
    D: Supercomputer
  4. Which is the most powerful and physically largest computer?
    A: Workstation
    B: Supercomputer
    C: Network server
    D: Gaming PC
  5. Which of the following exactly define computer?
    A: A machine which is lightweight and used for calculation.
    B: A unit record machine
    C: An electronic device that store and process data to give desire result.
    D: A program instruction machine.
    64, Which is the critical processing component in any computer?
    A: Mouse
    B: Keyboard
    C: Memory devices
    D: DVD
  6. Which is the main memory of computer?
    A: CD
    B: DVD
    C: Internal hard drive
    D: RAM
  7. Which is referred to the brain of computer?
    A: Processor
    B: RAM
    C: ROM
    D: Hard drive
  8. How many types of user interface consists in a computer?
    A: only one interface
    B: Two interface
    C: Three interface
    D: Four interface
  9. ROM contain some coding known as __ .
    A: System files
    B: Data files
    C: Pinching
    D: BIOS
  10. What is the common measurement of unit of a computer memory?
    A: IQ
    B: Byte
    C: Terabyte
    D: Gigabyte
  11. 12 =
    A. 1
    B. 2
    C. 0
    D. -1
  12. 52 =
    A. 10
    B. 15
    C. 20
    D. 25
  13. 62 =
    A. 12
    B. 18
    C. 36
    D. 32
  14. 92 =
    A. 18
    B. 81
    C. 512
    D. 27
  15. The square of 17 is
    A. 34
    B. 51
    C. 68
    D. 289
  16. The square of 21 is
    A. 42
    B. 84
    C. 10201
    D. 10202
  17. The square of 700 is
    A. 1400
    B. 4900
    C. 49000
    D. 490000
  18. The square of 999 is
    A. 1998
    B. 19998
    C. 998001
    D. 9980011
  19. √6400 =
    A. 320
    B. 80
    C. 64
    D. 640
  20. The digested food is absorbed into the blood in the
    A. Mouth
    B. Small intestine
    C. Stomach
    D. Large intestine
  21. Section of liver is called
    A. Bile
    B. Salvia
    C. Gastric juice
    D. Pancreatic juice
  22. The mechanical breakdown of food occurs in the
    A. Mouth and stomach
    B. Mouth and small intestine
    C. Mouth
    D. Stomach
  23. The alternate name for trachea is
    A. Wind pipe
    B. Oesophagus
    C. Larynx
    D. Lungs
  24. The structure that separates the chest cavity from abdominal cavity is called
    A. Cartilage
    B. Rubs
    C. Diaphragm
    D. All of the above
  25. Villi is a small finger like projection present in the
    A. Mouth
    B. Small intestine
    C. Stomach
    D. Large intestine
  26. The blood from heart transported to all parts of body by the
    A. Arties
    B. Veins
    C. Capillaries
    D. Villi
  27. Transport of water from roots in plants take place through
    A. Phloem
    B. Xylem
    C. Epidermis
    D. Stomata
  28. The evaporation of water from leaves is called
    A. Photosynthesis
    B. Respiration
    C. Transpiration
    D. Translocation
  29. Synthesis of carbohydrates take place in
    A. Roots
    B. Stem
    C. Fruits
    D. Leaves
  30. The Largest artery is called
    A. Aorta
    B. Ventricle
    C. Atrium
    D. Pulmonary artery
  31. of the following is a female sex organ
    A. Stamen
    B. Carpel
    C. Petal
    D. Sepal