Tuesday, 23 April 2019

FPSC Past paper of Patrol officer in Motorway police


FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

FOR THE POST OF PATROL OFFICER IN MOTORWAYS POLICE BS-14 (2018)





Fill in the blanks




I like cats but I am allergic ………. them,
(A)     For
(B) To
(B)     With
(D) In




Two companies were amalgamated —_________— one.
(A)     For
(B) To
(B)     Into _
(D) With




We were amazed……… her generosity.
(A)     At
(B) To
(B)     For
(D)     BY




She is an…………. girl.
(A)     Idle
(B) Idol
(B)     Bridle
(D) none of these



Nothing is……………. in this world.
(A)     Impassable
(B)     Impossible
(C)     Tress passable
(D)     None of these




He is………….. to a large fortune.
(A)     Hair
(B) Hare
(B)     Heir
(D)     None of these




…………isderris to forgive divine.
(A)     Human
(B) Humane
(B)     Man
(D)    None of these




Time will………… her sorrows.
(A)     Heel
(B) Heal
(C)     Neel
(D)     None of these







Mark the correct meanings:




Futile
(A)     Good
(B) Useless
(B)     Bad
(D) Excellent




Pragmatic
(A)     Original
(B) Fake
(B)     Practical
(D) Old




Germane?
(A)     Relevant
(B) Bad
(B)     Authentic
(D) Germany




Comprehensive?
(A)     Fool
(B) Complete
(B)     Dull
(D) Less




Comprise?
(A)     Act upon
(B) Abide by
(C)     Consist of
(D) Common



Mathematics





Solve 15 x 23+ 42x 3=?
(A)      168
(B) 162
(C)     66
(D) 74




 (60)2 =? x72
(A)      3600
(B) 3528
(C)      0.02
(D) 50
(E)     3



12% of = 48
(A)     250
(B) 100
(C)     400
(D) 200




(31/10) (3/10) + (7/5)/20.
(A)     107/200
(B) 0
(C)     1
(D) 100


(7)3 = 1728
(A)      12
(B) 16
(C)     1
(D) 21




Ifx % of 60 = 48 thenx =?
(A)     80
(B) 60
(C)     90
(D) 40



A man has some hens and cows. if the number of heads be 48 and the number of feet equals 140, then the number of hens will be:
(A)     22
(B)     23
(B)     24
(D)    26





There are two-examination rooms A and B. if 10 students are sent from A to B, then the number of students in each room is the same. If 20 candidates are sent from B to A, then the number of students in A is double the number of students in B. The number of students inroom A is:
(A) 20
(B) 80
(C) 100
(D) 200





In the morning Sarah read 100 pages at the rate of 60 pages per hour: In the evening, she read another 100 pages at the rage of 40 pages per hour. What was the average rate of
reading for the day?
(A) 45
(B) 48
(C) 50
(D) 52







The number of shells in Javaid's collection is 80% of the number in Justin's collection. if Justin has 80 more. shells than Javaid, how many shells do they have altogether?
(A)     180
(B) 320
(B)     400
(D) 720








A person sold his watch for Rs.75 and hispercentage of profit equals the cost price. The cost of the watch is
(A)     Rs. 45
(B) Rs. 50
(B)     Rs. 65
(D)Rs. 40








How many pieces of 0.85 meteres can be cut from a rod 42.5 metereslong.
(A)     30
(B) 60
(C)     40
(D) None of these








36 (46 + 186+ 4)/(1212+8 12) =7
(A)      113/420
(B) 113/912
(C)     20/57
(D) 79/120








840-14+40=?
(A)     140/9
(B) 60
(B)     100
(D) 1000








Find a single discount equivalent to a discount series 30% , 20% and 10%
(A)     49.6%
(B) 51.4%
(C)     60%
(D) 40%



4+3+257
(A)     12
(B) 10
(C)     11
(D) 13



Four workers can do a job in 48 days. How long will it take 3 workers to finish the same job?
(A)     192 days
(B) 63 days
(C)     64 days
(D) 62 days





Everyday Science







Treatment of rabies or cure of hydrophobia was discovered by?
(A)     Lord Lister
(B) Ronald Ross
(C)     Louis Pasteur
(D) Jenner






One of the kidney's functions is to?
(A)     complete the digestion of urea
(B)     destroy old red blood cells
(C)      maintain the normal composition of the blood
(D)     maintain a supply of glycogen










The most abundant organic molecules in living organisms are?
(A)     proteins
(B) lipids
(C)     sugars
(D) starches









Barometer was invented by
(A)      Bohr and Rutherford
(B)     J.J. Thomson
(C)      Evangelista Torricelli
(D)      Robert Whitehead









A blotting paper absorbs ink because of the
(A)     inferior quality of blotting paper
(B)     inferior quality of the ink
(C)      capillary action
(D)     water element in the ink









The “escape velocity” needed to leave the earth is:
(A)     25,000 km/hr
(B) 40,000 km/hr
(C)     5,0(X) km/hr
(D) 8,000 km/hr








Insulin controls the metabolism of?
(A)     Fats
(B)     Proteins
(B)     Carbohydrates
(D)     Hormones









Pneumonia is an infection of the
(A)     Lungs
(B)     Skin
(B)     Nervous system
(D)     Blood









Carbon dating is a scientific process for determining the
(A)     Thickness of carbon. :
(B)     Extent of coal deposits
(C)     Age of an object
(D)     Quantity of carbon









Sleeping sickness is caused by a:
(A)     Protozoan
(B)     Virus
 (C)     Bacillus
(D) None above







The vitamin associated ‘with the clotting of blood is?
(A)     Vitamin A
(B)      Vitamin C
(C)     Vitamin K
(D)     Vitamin B








The brain center for the control of breathing is in the?
(A)     cerebrum
(B). cerebellum
(C)     Medulla
(D)     Pons









Radio waves are much like?
(A)     Sound waves
(B)     Water waves
(C)      Waves in a wire
(D)     Light waves








Antibodies are chemicals that are?
(A)     Produced by the body in response to an antigen
(B)     Synthesized from carbohydrates
(C)      Non-specific
(D)     Transported by red blood cells









The best source of vitamin C is?
(A)     Meat
(B)     Potatoes
(B)     Oranges
(D)     Butter









Why does a dog hang its tongue out?
(A)     To keep cool
(B)     This is the animal's habit
(C)      When it feels hungry or thirsty
(D)     When it wants to show its ire








The normal chromosome number in humans is:
(A)     23
(B) 43
(C)     46
(D) 48




A laborer doing heavy work requires about:
(A)     4,500 calories per day
(B)     3,500 calories per day
(C)      2,500, calories per day







Islamic Studies







Who conquered Egypt?
(A)     Omro Bin Al-Aas
(B) Ali (R.A)
(C)     Uthman (R.A)
(D) None of these




Ghasan is in?
(A) Iraq
(B) Syria
(C) Egypt
(D) Iran







Battle of Yamama was fought against?
(A)     Romans
(B) Egyptians
(C)     MoselmaKazab
(D) None of these








Who penned down peace conquest of Jouedertl meaty eeBe
(A)     Omar (R.A)
(B)     Ali (R.A)
(C)      Khalid Bin Walid (R.A)
(D)     None of these




Koofa was built on the orders of?
(A). Usman (R.A)
(B) Ali (R.A)
(C)      Omar (R.A)
(D) None of these








Tripoli was conquered in the reign of?
(A)     Usman (R.A)
(B) Omar (R.A)
(B)     Ali (R.A)
(D) None of these








Which battle decided the fate of Syria?
(A)     Badr
(B) Yarmuk
(C)     Hunain
(D) None of these







Omar (R.A) established regular military
(A)     10 Hijrah
(B)     15 Hijrah
(D) 12 Hijrah








Muslims martyred in the wareerieKazab were?
(A)  2000
(B) 1500
(C) 1300
(D) 1000






Pakistan Affairs






Pakistan has how many seasons?
(A)     4
(B) 5
(B)     3
(D) 2







Highest Peak of salt range is?
(A)     K-2 ;
(B) Sakasar
(C)     Tirch Mir
(D) None of these




In which Province, there is no desert?
(A)     Punjab
(B) Sindh
(C)     K.P
(D) Balochistan




Deserts in Punjab are?
(A)     2
(B) 3
(C)     4
(D) 6




Cholistan desert is also known as?
(A)     Nara
(B) Rohi
(C)     Tharparkar
(D) None of these




General Knowledge






A is smaller than B but taller then C: the tallest of the three: (A)     B
     (B)      C
     (C)     A
     (D)   None




Which vegetable contains high Vitamin C:
(A)     Amla
(B) Turni
(C)     Carrot
(D) Onion




Homo sapiens is a common name given to:
(A)     Dog
(B) Man
(C)     Cow
(D) Elephants



  ATC stands for
(A)     Army Tours Cooperation
(B)     Anti-Terrorist Court
(C)     Army Traffic Control
(D)     Airport Traffic Control



Bismarck was Iron man of:
(A)     Russia
(B) France
(B)     Spain .
(D) Germany



Millennium Bug is a term used in:
(A)      Computer Virus
(B) Bird Disease
(C)     Animal Disease
(D) Saar







Gulf war started in:
(A) 1993
(B) 1992
(C) 1991
(D) 1998




When water accord concluded between Provinces:
(A)     1991
(B) 1992
(B)     1993
(D)     1994



 APEC stands for:
(A)      Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation
(B)     Asia Pacific Economic Commission
(C)      Afghanistan & Pakistan Economic Commission;
(D)      None.





Chancellor is called the Head of:
(A)     Japan
(B) Germany
(C)     France
(D) None




Who is supposed to quote maximum Ahadith:
(A)     Ayesha
(B)     Abdullah bin Masood
(C)      Abu Hararia
(D)     None




The word Muhammad as a name has been mentioned in the Holy Quran?
(A)     4 times
(B) 6 times
(C)     8 times
(D) None




Who appoints governor? '
(A)     President
(B)    Prime Minister
(C)     Chief Minister
(D)    Chief Justice




Which country used currency note first: |
(A)     China
(B) Canada
(C)     Iran
(D) Iraq




Alexander the Great belongs to:
(A)     Macedonia
(B) Syria
(C)     Cyrus
(D) .None



Most densely populated district of Punjab is:
(A)      Lahore .
(B) Sialkot
(C)     Bahawalpur
(D) None



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