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Solved PPSC Past Paper for Lecturer History 2015 | Set 02

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PPSC Lecturer History Sample MCQs Past Papers 2017

This post contains 2nd part of Solved PPSC Past Paper for Lecturer History 2015. This post also contains 25 solved MCQs. To maintain the length I have divided this PPSC Past Paper into 04 Parts. These solved Multiple questions have been taken from Advanced “PPSC Model Papers” and to be honest, I am not sure about the originality of questions. But the real thing is you need material to practice and these questions are good for practice. If you need more past papers, visit PPSC Past Papers and for lecturer history past paper 2017 go here.

26. One of the main characters of “Silk Letter Conspiracy” was:

(A) Ismael Shaheed
(B) Ubaid-Ullah Sindhi
(C) Hakeem Ajmal Khan
(D) Inayat-Ullah Mashraqi

27. The main culprit of the Jallianwala Bagh tragedy was General:

(A) Kaufmann
(B) Dyer
(C) Erich Ludendorff
(D) John Monash

28. Montagu-Chelmsford reforms introduced a system called:

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

29. Sir Muhammad Iqbal presided over the Muslim League’s annual session at Allahabad In:

(A) 1930
(B) 1931
(C) 1932
(D) 1933

30. Congress ministries left the offices in 1939, the occasion was celebrated by Indian Muslims as:

(A) Day of Judgment
(B) Day of Award
(C) Day of Deliverance
(D) Test Day

31. All India Muslim League in its annual session of 1940 passed:

(A) Objective Resolution
(B) Lahore Resolution
(C) Resolution of basic rights
(D) Resolution of civil security

32. Cripps Mission came to India in March:

(A) 1940
(B) 1941
(C) 1942
(D) 1943

33. The Cabinet Mission plan suggested dividing the whole of the country into:

(A) Two
(B) Three
(C) Four
(D) Five

34. Before becoming the Governor-General, Nazimuddin was the Chief Minister of:

(A) Sindh
(B) Baluchistan
(C) Punjab
(D) East Pakistan

35. Before becoming the Punjab CM, Feroz Khan Noon was the Governor of:

(A) East Pakistan
(B) Sindh
(C) Baluchistan
(D) Punjab

36. Nazimuddin ministry was dismissed by Governor-General:

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

37. Objectives Resolution was passed during the Prime Ministership of:

(A) Liaquat Ali Khan
(B) Nazimuddin
(C) MA Bogra
(D) Ch. Muhammad Ali

38. Steps to stop smuggling at the Eastern border were taken during the Govt of:

(A) HS Suhrawardi
(B) I.I Chundrigar
(C) Feroz Khan Noon
(D) Ch. Muhammad Ali

39. The first Martial Law in Pakistan was imposed in:

(A) 1956
(B) 1957
(C) 1958
(D) 1959

40. Ayub Khan’s” electoral symbol in the presidential election was:

(A) Lion
(B) Cow
(C) Sword
(D) Rose

41. Constitution of 1962 introduced one of the following in the country:

(A) Universal Franchise
(B) Indirect Democracy
(C) Parliamentary system
(D) Social Democracy

42. Rigging in the election was first initiated in the country by the Govt. of:

(A) Ayub Khan
(B) Yahya Khan
(C) ZA Bhutto
(D) Zia ul Hag

43. After winning the Presidential election Ayub Khan started a strategic war with India in:

(A) 1963
(B) 1964
(C) 1965
(D) 1966

44. In East Pakistan the election 1970 were swept by:

(A) ZA Bhutto
(B) Bhashani
(C) Mujeeb-ur-Rehman
(D) Maulana Maududi

45. East Pakistan separated from the west in December:

(A) 1970
(B) 1971
(C) 1972
(D) 1973

46. Indus Water Treaty disallowed Pakistan to use water of one of the following rivers:

(A) Sutlej
(B) Indus
(C) Chenab
(D) Jehlum

47. SEATO was made to encircle:

(A) Iran
(B) India
(C) Japan
(D) China

48. SENTO was focused on:

(A) Middle East
(B) Far East
(C) South Asia
(D) Asia Minor

49. Simula Agreement between India and Pakistan was signed by:

(A) Liaquat-Nehru
(B) Ayub-Shastri
(C) Bhutto-Indra Gandhi
(D) Benazir-Rajiv Gandhi

50. Pakistan’s nuclear project was founded by:

(A) Ayub Khan
(B) ZA Bhutto
(C) Zia-ul-Haq
(D) Nawaz Sharif

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