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PPSC Lecturer History Sample MCQs Past Paper 2017 | Set 02

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PPSC Lecturer History Solved Past Paper MCQs 2017

This post contains the 2nd part of PPSC Lecturer History Sample MCQs Past Paper 2017. I am posting this Paper for those who want to practice MCQs for upcoming PPSC Paper for the Post of Lecturer. You can visit PPSC Past Papers for more Previous Papers. I am taking these MCQs from a book and not sure about the originality. However, these MCQs are good for practice for the subject paper as well as other competitive exams. Visit this page for Lecturer History Previous Paper 2015.

26. Who abolished Jizya on new converts?

(A) Hazrat Abdullah Bin Zubair (R.A.)
(B) Hajjaj Bin Yousaf
(C) Hazrat Umar Bin Abdul Aziz (R.A)
(D) Hasham

27. How long did Raja Chach rule Sind?

(A) 39 years
(B) 40 years
(C) 41 years
(D) 42 years

28. Dr. Gibbon was a___________________.

(A) Christian preacher
(B) A famous poet
(C) A renowned historian
(D) Archaeologist

29. Who had authored “Tabqat-e-Nasri”?

(A) Farishta
(B) Hassan Nizami
(C) Badayuni
(D) Minhaj-us-Siraj

30. Identify Banda Bairagl:

(A) A merciless Sikh rebel
(B) A preacher
(C) A hermit
(D) A pandit

31. June 1757 Battle of Plassey was fought between the forces of East India Company and:

(A) Nadar Shah Durrani
(B) Siraj-ud-daulah
(C) Ahmad Shah Abdali
(D) Bahadur Shah

32. In October 1905 the British government Partitioned the Bengal for the sake of ____________.

(A) Administrative Convenience
(B) Hindu Muslim Unity
(C) Muslim Benefit
(D) Electoral Adjustment

33. Montagu-Chelmsford reforms introduced a system called:

(A) Monarchy
(B) Theocracy
(C) Aristocracy
(D) Diarchy

34. Nazimuddin was forced to resign as Prime Minister by Governor-General:

(A) MA Jinnah
(B) Ghulam Muhammad
(C) Iskandar Mirza
(D) None of these

35. In East Pakistan, Elections 1970 were swept by ____________.

(A) PPP
(B) NAP (Bhashani)
(C) AL
(D) JI

36. Hazrat Aamina belonged to which famous tribe:

(A) Banu Makhzoom
(B) Banu Asad
(C) Barm Zohra
(D) Banu Ummayah

37. In the 10th Nabvi year which very near Uncle of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), died?

(A) Hazrat Hamza
(B) Hazrat Abu Talib
(C) Hazrat Abbas
(D) Hazrat Zubair

38. Caliph Hazrat Usman (RA) allowed whose family to come back once it had been exiled by the Holy Prophet (PBUH):

(A) Ameer Muawia
(B) Hakam bin Aas
(C) Abdullah bin Amir
(D) Abdullah bin Abbas

39. Second World War began in:

(A) 1939
(B) 1940
(C) 1941
(D) 1942

40. To join hands independent of the two blocks of the Cold War Era meant to join which of the following Groups?

(A) Warsaw Pact
(B) NATO Alliance
(C) SEATO
(D) Non-Aligned Movement

41. United Nations’ Charter was signed in:

(A) 1942
(B) 1943
(C) 1944
(D) 1945

42. Iranians supported the Abbasside Movement because they were:

(A) Democrats
(B) Royalists
(C) Heirs of Holy Prophet (PBUH)
(D) Anti Jews

43. The first Abbasside Caliph Al-Saffah was buried in:

(A) Baghdad
(B) Hashmia
(C) Chach
(D) Mo’sal

44. The period of Pre-History means:

(A) Unknown to History
(B) Absence of Recorded History
(C) No Human Life
(D) Timelessness

45. In his Indian expeditions Mahmood of Ghazna had with him:

(A) Al-Beruni
(B) Muhammad Qasim Farishta
(C) RC Mojumdar
(D) Gen. V.A Smith

46. Quresh’s trade route to Syria passed closely by:

(A) Madina
(B) Taif
(C) Habsha
(D) Mecca

47. Battle of Khyber was fought against:

(A) Quresh
(B) Yemeni tribes
(C) Jewish tribes
(D) Muselma Kazzab

48. On the way back from the Battle of Tabook Holy Prophet (PBUH) ordered the demolition of which mosque?

(A) Quba
(B) Zarrar
(C) Shohda
(D) Namra

49. Ameer Khusro was a disciple of:

(A) Ali Hajveri
(B) Moin-Uddin Chishti
(C) Fariduddin Masud
(D) Nizamuddin Aulia

50. In his Allahabad Address Iqbal suggested to create in India a separate Muslim State in the:

(A) South-East
(B) South West
(C) North West
(D) North East

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