1. Acoustics is the science of “Sound.”
2. The art of breeding Silk Worm and production of Silk is called “Sericulture.”
3. The science of celestial bodies is known as “Astronomy.”
4. Telepathy is “Communication by means other than sensory perceptions.”
5. Pedagogy is the science of “Teaching.”
6. Study of maps and features of the Universe is called “Cosmography.”
7. Scientific study and measurement of behavior is called “Psychology.”
8. Etymology refers to the study of “Words.”
9. Paediatrics is relevant to “Children.”
10. Shape of the Milky Way Galaxy is “Spiral.”
11. Coldest planet of the Solar System is “Neptune.”
12. Which of the following planets has the maximum number of Satellites: “Jupiter.”
13. Which planet takes the longest time to go once around the Sun? “Neptune.”
14. The first artificial satellite was launched by “Russia.”
15. The first Canadian woman in space was “Roberta Bonder.”
16. The first astronaut to set foot on the moon was “Neil Armstrong.”
17. The theory stating that new matter is always created to fill the space left by the Universe is called “Steady State.”
18. Velocity of sound in air per second is “331 meters.”
19. Acceleration caused by gravity is “32 feet per second^2.”
20. A rocket needs the speed of to escape from earth’s gravity “7 miles per second.”
21. Sunlight is composed of “7 colours.”
22. The rarest gas in air is “Neon.”
23. Minor objects in irregular shapes orbiting the sun are called “Comet.”
24. The lowest zone of atmosphere containing about seventy-five per cent of the total mass of the atmosphere and ninety per cent of its water vapour is called “Troposphere.”
25. The theory about the beginning of the Universe by a huge explosion is called “Big Bang.”
26. Constellation is “Patterns or groups of stars in the sky.”
27. The sun takes years to travel around the galaxy “225 million years.”
28. Days and nights are equal throughout the year at “Equator.”
29. Celestial body that affects tides of oceans is “Moon.”
30. A huge cloud of gas and dust in the universe is called “Nebula.”
31. Outer surface of the sun is called “Photosphere.”
32. Sun’s diameter is “1.4 million Km.”
33. The largest planet is “Jupiter.”
34. The continuous movement of continents is called Continental “Drift.”
35. The layer of the atmosphere in which we live is called “Troposphere.”
36. Study of fingerprints is called “Dactylography.”
37. Which rocks make the earth’s surface or crust: “All of these.”
38. Area in a desert where there is sufficient water for plants is called “Oasis.”
39. Plate tectonics theory explains movements of “Continents.”
40. Silicon is also called “Mountain Maker.”
41. Days and nights are equal all year at “Equator.”
42. When Magma reaches the surface it is called “Lava.”
43. Which star is known as the Constant Star? “North star.”
44. Which area is known as the World’s earthquake belt? “Pacific ring of fire.”
45. Which of the following is the physics law of moments? “The sum of clockwise moments is equal to the sum of anticlockwise moments.”
46. Which chemical element has properties of a metal and non-metals? “Metalloid.”
47. Which tube extends from mouth to anus? “Alimentary canal.”
48. Where is the bile stored and intermittently released into the small intestine to aid digestion? “Gall Bladder.”
49. Blood circulates in which parts of the body? “All of these.”
50. Which blood group is a Universal Donor? “Group O negative.”
51. Which part of the brain contains centers for the control of respiration, heart-beat, and blood pressure? “Medulla oblongata.”
52. The structure in a cell which contains the genes is called “Chromosome.”
53. Who coined the term gene? “Wilhelm Johannes.”
54. Vitamin A is essential for “Allof these.”
55. Which vitamin prevents haemorrhaging? “Vitamin K.”
56. How much blood does a normal adult person have in the body? “About 4 to 5 litres.”
57. Hydrochloric acid is necessary for easy digestion of “Proteins.”
58. Which vitamin is provided by sunlight to the human body? “Vitamin D.”
59. When was HIV identified? “1983.”
60. Which disease causes difficulty in breathing? “Asthma.”
61. Which of the following is the most common form of color blindness, usually found in males? “Difficulty in distinguishing red from green.”
62. Disease which travels itself from place to place is called “Epidemic.”
63. What is H5N1? “Virus.”
64. Objects having the same size, shape, and measurement are “Congruent.”
65. A line passing through a circle away from its center is called “Chord.”
66. The sum of the angles in a triangle is “180°.”
68. Two polygons are similar if “Both A and B.”
69. The area of a trapezium is “½ x sum of parallel sides x height.”
70. The volume of a sphere is “⁴⁄₃ πr³.”
71. Mid-term breaking is applied to “Quadratic equations.”
72. What is the next term for the sequence 486,162, 54,18, 6? “3.”
73. What is 0.004 x 0.5? “0.002.”
74. In the equation of a straight line, what does the letter ‘C’ represent? “y Intercept.”
75. When 73 is added to 89 and the amount is doubled, it gives the same result as the square of 18. What is the answer? “160.”
76. What devices accept data from outside the computer and transfer it to the CPU? “Input devices.”
77. Which short cut key is used to insert a new slide in a PowerPoint presentation? “Ctrl + M.”
78. Spam or fraudulent e-mails are also called “Phishing scams.”
79. Who was the inventor of Mouse? “Douglas Englebart.”
80. Which is the largest hardware company of computers? “HP.”
81. Which of the following is a conventional designation of pre-released Software? “Beta.”
82. Temporary storage place for information in a computer is called “Buffer.”
83. The Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act was passed in Pakistan in the year “2016.”
84. When was the last census held in Pakistan? “2017.”
85. Malakand Pass connects Peshawar with “Swat.”
86. Headquarters of Arab League is located at “Cairo.”
87. Judicial body of UN is called “International Court of Justice.”
88. Cop22, the 22nd Conference of the Parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, was held in 2016 in “Marrakesh.”
89. Which country has the largest resources of crude oil? “Saudi Arabia.”
90. The highest battlefield in the world is “Siachen Glacier.”
91. Summer Olympics for the year 2020 will be held in “Tokyo.”
92. A country’s total financial obligations to the rest of the world are known as “External debt.”
93. Brexit referendum was held on “June 23, 2016.”
94. Which political party does the US President-Elect (Trump) belong to? “Republicans.”
95. The term Track-II Diplomacy is used for “Managing relations between two countries using unofficial channels.”
96. The first of the seventeen Sustainable Development Goals relates to “Poverty Alleviation.”
97. The largest producer of solar energy in the world is “China.”
98. One barrel of petroleum is equal to “All of these.”
99. The first woman to win the Nobel Prize was “Marie Curie (1903) in Physics.”
100. Hydrometer is used to measure “Specific gravity of a liquid.”

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