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Excise and Taxation Department 2018 Paper MCQS Quiz Test 1.2

This Quiz Includes Solved MCQS from the Past Papers of Excise and Taxation Department held by PPSC, FPSC, KPPSC, SPSC, and BPSC.

#1. The site of World Trade Centre site in New York, which was destroyed in 9/11 incident is now called:

#2. Which Airport was closed for commercial flights from 20th April 2018?

#3. The first private airline in Pakistan was:

#4. . Mr. Akram borrows Rs. 500 from bank for a period of 4 years. If interest rate is 11% per annum, what would be the amount of interest he has to pay, back in addition to the principal amount?

#5. "Qissa Sohni Mahinwal” was written by:

#6. G-7 includes:

#7. To use national economy and national resources in a better way is called:

#8. . If 30 percent of a number is 12.6, find the number:

#9. The husband of Begum Khalida Zia, former Prime Minister of Bangladesh had remained the President of Bangladesh. What was his name?

#10. The first female Governor of the Sindh province, was

#11. Mao Zedong was a famous theorist and soldier of:

#12. The Boundary Commission to demarcate the borders of India and Pakistan was headed by:

#13. Which of the following is not a BRICS member country?

#14. A man bought 27 apples. 2/9 of them are bad. How many are good?

#15. Fill in the blank: The warrior was pleased his new sword.

#16. Macular degeneration" is a disease of the:

#17. When was the Charter of Medina made?

#18. The Iberian Peninsula is a part of:

#19. Choose the correct Antonym: Filthy

#20. Pakistan China Boundary dispute was settled during the government of

#21. Which of the following Excel feature allows users to evaluate values and return a result?

#22. Complete the number series: 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 4,

#23. The book "Jinnah of Pakistan" is written by:

#24. General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff belongs to the Regiment.



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