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Objective Questions with Answers
Q1. Fill in the blanks to make an appropriate statement.
- A ___________ km long boundary separates Pakistan from the People’s Republic of China.
- A narrow strip of Afghan territory name ________ separates Tajikistan from Pakistan.
- Gilgit and Baltistan lie on the boundary of the neighbouring country ______.
- In the Cold War Pakistan sided with the superpower ________.
- The historic town of Bhera is situated in the district of __________.
- Remains of Taxila date back to the great Buddhist ruler __________.
- Islamabad lies in the foot of the ______ Hills.
- The “Prime Meridian” crosses the British city of ___________
- A complete circle has ___________ degrees.
- A round model of earth is called __________.
Q2. Fill in the blanks by putting one of the three alternatives given in the bracket against each question.
- Pak-India boundary is ________ km long.
(1600, 950, 2250)
- About ________ per cent of the Pakistani territory falls in the category of plains.
(60, 40, 90 )
- Average annual rainfall in the coastal areas of Pakistan is _____ mm.
(175, 275, 100)
- The province of Balochistan covers about _________ per cent of the total area of Pakistan
(80, 40, 44)
- Balahisar Fort is situated in the ________.
(The NWFP, Sindh, Punjab)
- ____________ is also called the city of the saints: (Madina-tul-Aulia)
(Multan, Okara, Rawalpindi)
- ___________ enjoys a superb position in the health resorts of the province of Balochistan.
(Murree, Swat, Ziarat)
- The super power-Soviet Union dismembered in the year________.
(1989, 1979, 2001)
- Three out of the _____________ sections of the Motorways project have so far been completed. ( 8, 7, 5)
- Pakistan has a common border with China’s Muslim majority province _______.
(Uttar Pardesh, Hong Kong, Sin Kiang).
Q3. Indicate whether the statement is TRUE or FALSE; put a circle around the correct answer.
- Pakistan shares its longest boundary with India. (TRUE/FALSE)
- Pakistan has only one plateau i.e. the Balochistan plateau.
- Effect of the sea breeze can be felt in the area lying within 80 km of the coastline. (TRUE/FALSE)
- Sibbi and Jacobabad are among the finest health resorts in the world.
- Punjab is the biggest province concerning the area of land it covers.
- Annual per capita income in Punjab is double than that of the NWFP. (TRUE/FALSE)
- IDL is neither east not west. (TRUE/FALSE)
- When we cross the IDL from east to west we lose one day.
- Imaginary lines on the globe running upward down, like the lines on the melon, are called lines of longitude. (TRUE/FALSE)
- A map that shows the surface of the earth is called a ‘relief map’.
Q4. Put the right parts together.
|No.||Column A||Column B|
|1.||Defence pact||Havana 1979|
|3.||The Soviet Union and Central Asia||The UNO 1980|
|5.||The President of Pakistan||Warm waters|
|1.||CENTO||2.||The UNO 1980|
|3.||Warm waters||4.||20 km|