Objective Questions with Answers

 

 

Q1. Fill in the blanks to make an appropriate statement.

  1. A ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­___________ km long boundary separates Pakistan from the People’s Republic of China.
  2. A narrow strip of Afghan territory name ________ separates Tajikistan from Pakistan.
  3. Gilgit and Baltistan lie on the boundary of the neighbouring country ______.
  4. In the Cold War Pakistan sided with the superpower ________.
  5. The historic town of Bhera is situated in the district of __________.
  6. Remains of Taxila date back to the great Buddhist ruler __________.
  7. Islamabad lies in the foot of the ______ Hills.
  8. The “Prime Meridian” crosses the British city of ___________
  9. A complete circle has ___________ degrees.
  10. A round model of earth is called __________.

 

Answer

No.             Answer No.          Answer
1. 600 2. Wakhan
3. China 4. America
5. Sargodha 6. Ashoka
7. Margalla 8. Greenwich
9. 360 10. Globe

 

 

 

Q2. Fill in the blanks by putting one of the three alternatives given in the bracket against each question.

  1. Pak-India boundary is ________ km long.

(1600, 950, 2250)

  1. About ________ per cent of the Pakistani territory falls in the category of plains.

(60, 40, 90 )

  1. Average annual rainfall in the coastal areas of Pakistan is _____ mm.

(175, 275, 100)

  1. The province of Balochistan covers about _________ per cent of the total area of Pakistan

(80, 40, 44)

  1. Balahisar Fort is situated in the ________.

(The NWFP, Sindh, Punjab)

  1. ____________ is also called the city of the saints: (Madina-tul-Aulia)

(Multan, Okara, Rawalpindi)

  1. ___________ enjoys a superb position in the health resorts of the province of Balochistan.

(Murree, Swat, Ziarat)

  1. The super power-Soviet Union dismembered in the year________.

(1989, 1979, 2001)

  1. Three out of the _____________ sections of the Motorways project have so far been completed. ( 8, 7, 5)
  2. Pakistan has a common border with China’s Muslim majority province _______.

(Uttar Pardesh, Hong Kong, Sin Kiang).

 

Answer

No.            Answer No.            Answer
1. 1600 2. 40
3. 175 4. 44
5. The NWFP 6. Multan
7. Swat 8. 1989
9. 7 10. Sin Kiang

 

 

 

Q3. Indicate whether the statement is TRUE or FALSE; put a circle around the correct answer.

  1. Pakistan shares its longest boundary with India. (TRUE/FALSE)
  2. Pakistan has only one plateau i.e. the Balochistan plateau.

(TRUE/FALSE)

  1. Effect of the sea breeze can be felt in the area lying within 80 km of the coastline.                  (TRUE/FALSE)
  2. Sibbi and Jacobabad are among the finest health resorts in the world.

(TRUE/FALSE)

  1. Punjab is the biggest province concerning the area of land it covers.

(TRUE/FALSE)

  1. Annual per capita income in Punjab is double than that of the NWFP. (TRUE/FALSE)
  2. IDL is neither east not west. (TRUE/FALSE)
  3. When we cross the IDL from east to west we lose one day.

(TRUE/FALSE)

  1. Imaginary lines on the globe running upward down, like the lines on the melon, are called lines of longitude. (TRUE/FALSE)
  2. A map that shows the surface of the earth is called a ‘relief map’.

(TRUE/FALSE)

 

Answer

No Answer No Answer No Answer No Answer
1. False 2. True 3. True 4. False
5. False 6. False 7. True 8. False
9. True 10. False

 

 

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Q4. Put the right parts together.

No.             Column A               Column B
1. Defence pact Havana 1979
2. Non-aligned Conference CENTO
3. The Soviet Union and Central Asia The UNO 1980
4. Wakhan 20 km
5. The President of Pakistan Warm waters

 

Answer

No.        Answer No.           Answer
1. CENTO 2. The UNO 1980
3. Warm waters 4. 20 km
5. Havana 1979    

 

 

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