Sunday, July 8, 2018

Antonyms of Some Common Words for different tests

1. Inevitable- Avoidable
2. Exceptional- Common
3. Permanent- Temporary
4. Dim- Luminous
5. Reckless- Careful
6. Explicit- Ambiguous
7. Incredible- Believable
8. Repel- Attract
9. Rapidly- Slowly
10. Meticulous- Careless
11. Barbarous- Civilized
12. Successor- Predecessor
13. Urban- Rural
14. Conclusive- Indecisive
15. Terminate-Begin
16. Niggardly- Lavishly
17. Advanced- Receded
18. Enlightened- Ignorant
19. Moderate- Extreme
20. Superficial- Thorough
21. Scorn- Admiration
22. Trivial- Serious
23. Loquacious- Reserved
24. Confiscate- Release
25. Often- Rarely
26. Eminent- Notorious
27. Embark upon- Conclude
28. Diffidence- Boldness
29. Paucity- Plenty
30. Triggered- Choked
31. Fastidious- Adjustable
32. Grandiose- Simple
33. Bleak- Bright
34. Insolent- Humble
35. Lurid- Mild
36. Unscrupulous- Conscientious
37. Melodious- Tuneless
38. Contaminate- Purify
39. Frugal- Extravagant
40. Falling off- Improvement
41. Genial- Unkind
42. Shallow- Deep
43. Immune- Vulnerable
44. Veneration- Disrespect
45. Yield to- Resist
46. Concur- Disagree
47. Vague- Precise
48. Humility- Pride
49. Extol- Censure
50. Takes off- Lands
51. Demolish- Build
52. Prevent- Induce
53. Frailty- Strength
54. Collapse- Rise
55. Anxious- Carefree
56. Thrifty- Wasteful
57. Innovate- Copy
58. Enduring- Fleeting
59. Progressive- Retrogressive
60. Purposely- Unintentionally
61. Brave- Timid
62. Opaque- Transparent
63. Hinder- Encourage
64. Zeal- Apathy
65. Shimmering-Gloomy
66. Plausible- Implausible/ Unbelievable
67. Flair- Inability
68. Dormant- Active
69. Hazy- Clear
70. Fantastic- Ordinary
71. Asceticism- Luxury
72. Dissolution- Establishment
73. Unnerved- Confident
74. Harmony- Disagreement
75. Guilty- Innocent
76. Duplicity- Honesty
77. Jocular- Morose
78. Uncompromising- Flexible
79. Desecration- Consecration
80. Far-fetched- Realistic
81. Parallel- Crooked
82. Blocked- Facilitated
83 Turn coat- Loyal
84. Embellish- Spoil
85. Intentional- Accidental
86. Expand- Contract
87. Stimulate- Discourage
88. Perilous- Safe
89. Audacious- Timid
90. Quiet- Pandemonium
91. Genuine- Fictitious
92. Implicit- Explicit
93. Repulsive- Attractive
94. Escalate- Decrease
95. Commotion- Tranquility
96. Manifested- Concealed
97. Vindictive- Forgiving
98. Inaugurate- Terminate
99. Detest- Like
100. Commence- Conclude
101. Prosperity- Adversity
102. Deliberate- Unintentional
103. Disputable- Indisputable
104. Make- Break
105. Depressed- Elated
106. Ham-fisted- Adroit
107. Capture- Liberate
108. Misery- Joy
109. Anarchy- Order
110. Monotony- Variety
111. Latter- Former
112. Diligent- Lazy
113. Philistine- Cultured
114. Ingest- Disgorge
115. Laceration- Healing
116. Disorderly- Organized
117. Glossy- Dull
118. Accomplish- Fail
119. Orderly- Chaotic
120. Strife- Peace
121. Antique- Recent
122. Rapid- Slow
123. Initiated- Concluded
124. Fatigued- Rigid
125. Dynamic- Static
126. Hereditary- Acquired
127. Heretical- Orthodox
128. Implicate- Exonerate
129. Liberty- Slavery
130. Elevation- Reduction
131. Boon- Bane
132. Famous- Obscure
133. Gloomy- Radiant
134. Isolation- Association
135. Contented- Dissatisfied
136. Severe- Mild
137. Fatigued- Energised
138. Flexible- Rigid
139. Delete- Include
140. Evanescent- Eternal
141. Virtue- Vice
142. Confident- Diffident
143. Adamant- Yielding
144. Callous- Sensitive
145. Procrastinate- Expedite
146. Probity- Dishonesty
147. Sporadic- Continual
148. Apposite- Inappropriate
149. Chivalry- Cowardice
150. Sanguine temper- Despairing nature
151. Imperil- Safeguard
152. Consolidated- Disjoined
153. Vituperative- Laudatory
154. Benefactor- Enemy
155. Barren- Fertile
156. Nervous- Composed
157. Evident- Hidden
158. Professional- Amateur
159. Cessation- Commencement
160. Potent- Weak
161. Gregarious- Unsociable
162. Implication- Exoneration
163. Dismal- Bright
164. Meagre- Surplus
165. Flamboyant- Not showy
166. Chronic- Temporary
167. Awkward- Graceful
168. Despair- Hope
169. Validate- Disprove
170. Smug- Dissatisfied
171. Vicious- Virtuous
172. Obscure- Clear
173. Enervate- Strengthen
174. Autonomous- Dependent.....

Monday, July 2, 2018

ALL COUNTRIES AND NAMES OF ITS PARLIAMENT .

Afghanistan — Shoora
Andorra — General Council
Albania — People's Assembly
Azerbaijan — Melli Majlis
Algeria — National People's Assembly
Angola — National People's Assembly
Argentina — National Congress
Australia — Federal Parliament
Austria — National Assembly
Bahamas — General Assembly
Bahrain — Consultative Council
Bangladesh — Jatiya Sansad
Belize — National Assembly
Bhutan — Tshogdu
Bolivia — National Congress
Brazil — National Congress
Brunei — National Assembly
Botswana — National Assembly
Britain — Parliment (House of Common's & House of Lords)
Bulgaria — Narodno Subranie.
Cambodia — National Assembly
Congo Democratic — Rep. of National Legislative Council
Colombia — Congress
Canada — Parliament
China — National People's Congress
Chile — Chamber of Deputies and Senate
Comoros — Legislative Council and Senate
Costa Rice — Legislative Council and Senate
Crotia — Sabor
Cuba — National Assembly of People's Power
Czech Republic — Chamber of Deputies and Senate
Denmark — Folketing
Ecuador — Natinal Congress
El Salvador — Legislative Assembly
East Timor — Constituent Assembly
Ethiopia — Federal Council and House of Representative
Egypt — People's Assembly
Fiji Islands — Senate & House of Representative
France — National Assembly
Finland — Eduskusta (Parliament)
Germany — Bundestag(Lower
House),Bundesrat(UpperHouse)
Guyana — National Assembly
Greece — Chamber of Deputies
Hungary — National Assembly
Iceland — Althing
India — Parliament
Indonesia — People's Consultative Assembly
Iran — Majlis
Iraq — National Assembly
Israel — Knesset
Italy — Chamber of Deputies and Senate
Japan — Diet
Jordan — National Assembly
Korea(North) — Supreme People's Assembly
Korea(South) — National Assembly
Kuwait — National Assembly
Kenya — National Assembly
Laos — People's Supreme Assembly
Labanon — National Assembly
Lesotho — National Assembly and Senate
Lithuania — Seimas
Luxembourg — Chamber of Deputies
Liberia — National Assembly
Libya — General People's Congress
Malaysia — Dewan Rakyat and Dewan Negara
Maldives — Majlis Madagascar — National People's Assembly
Mongolia — Great People's Khural
Montenegro — Federal Assembly
Mozambique — People's Assembly
Myanmar — Pyithu Hluttaw
Nepal — National Panchayat
Netherlands — The State General
Norway — Storting
New Zealand — Parliament (House of Representative)
Oman — Monarchy
Pakistan — National Assembly & Senate
Paraguay — Senate & Chamber of Deputies
Philippines — The Congress
Papua New Guinea — National Parliament
Poland — Sejm
Romania — Great National Assembly
Russia — Duma & Federal Council
Serbia — Federal Assembly
Senegal — National Assembly
Seychelles — People's Assembly
Somalia — People's Assembly
South Africa — Rep. House of Assembly
Spain — Cortes
Sweden — Riksdag
Saudi Arabia — Majlis Al Shura
Sudan — National Assembly
Switzerland — Federal Assembly
Syria — People's Council
Turkey — Grand National Assembly
Tunisia — National Assembly
USA — Congress
Vietnam — National Assembly
Venezuela — National Congress
Zaire — National Legislative Council
Zambia — National Assembly

Important General Knowledge about every Exams

1. First Finance Minister Ghulam Muhammad
2. First Constituent assembly 11 Aug 1947
3. First Chief Minister of Punjab after independence Iftikhar Hussain Mamdot
4. When Indus water treaty Made 1960
5. Who opposed Pakistan UNO in 1947 Afghanistan
6. 28 May 1998 Pakistan test atomic bomb in which province Balochistan
7. First atomic plant was setup in Karachi
8. First Civilian Marshalla in Pakistan Z.A Bhutto
9. Who has not participated in 3rd simla conference held in 1972 Unionist Party
10. 1857 Battle was started from the city of Merut
11. Which pillar of islam lead to Jannah Sallat
12. First Migration to Habsha was lead by Hazrat Usman (R.A)ct Hazrat Abu Bakar (R.A)
13. Duration of Hazrat Abu Bakar Caliphate 2 Years
14. Hazrat Amina from which Tribe Bannu Quraish I select Bannu Ummayya
15. Rights of parents mentioned in surah Luqman I select Surah Al Ahzab
16. Which mosque demolished by Prophet (P.B.U.H) after returning to Madina Zarar
17. First battle occurred in 1 AH
18. Largest Island excluding Australia is Greenland
19. Article 6 deals in High Treason I Select Fundamental rights
20. Who runs for presidential election Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah
21. Aristotal was a Greek
22. Who was a historian, poet, jurist of 14th century Ibn al-'Arabi' (please tell if its incorrect)
23. Simon commission report published in 30 MAY 1930 I select 29 Jun 1929
24. Liaquat ali khan assassinated in 16 October 1951
25. Misbaul Haq completed its 50 Test matches captency in December 2016 I select September 2016
26. Who Designed Pakistani Flag Ameerudin Kudwai
27. Who composed national anthem Ahmad G Chagla
28. Gulivers Travell written by Jonathan Swift
29. Pathway to Pakistan written by Ch. Khaliquzaman
30. The Lecture was delivered yesterday
31. Our jounery will be completed by this Monday
32. East or west Home is best I select Rest
33. Indus is ___ strongest and ___(something like that) the/the
34. Goodwin Austin is in Pakistan
35. Where is the last city in Pakistan towards Afghanistan Zarang I select kaptika something like that
36. Shandur Pass connects gilgit with chitral
37. Baltit Fort is in Hunza Valley
38. Earthquake study is known as seismology
39. Study of fruits and flowers I select Chronotology don’t know its right or wrong
40. He said good bye! We will meet again I selected option C in which there is abate
41. 1024 Kb equal Megabyte
42. Which printer give high resolution Laser Printer
43. Main processing done in computer by CPU
44. Combination of electronic circuits make computer
45. Which is used for input keyboard
46. 1,2,4,7,11,16,22
47. 2^5 x 2^3 = 256
48. 20 boys and 28 girls how much percentage of girls are in class 58.3%
49. Average mean of 10a+10b = 32 is 3.5
50. Fundamental rights observed in 1948
51. Which is a military alliance NATO
52. Chennai is the new name of Madras
53. SAARC Secratariat in Khatmandu I select New Delhi
54. Federal tax ombudsman Abdul rauf choudary I select Salman Faouqi
55. Square of 32 or like that which is equal to its square
56. PAC stands for I select Pakistan Atomic Council don’t know its right or wrong
57. First UN Secretary General Trygve Lie
58. Kalabagh will be constructed on Indus river
59. Iron core found in Kalabagh
60. Which is not scandanavian country Poland
61. Genghis Khan was known as Timur
62. Father of Internet Robert E. Kahn
63. Shiksha was in the court of ? I select Raja Dahir
64. Which is the first dam created by Pakistan after independence ? tarbela dam
65. Indian National Congress was formed by A.O Hume
66. Plural of Sheep is Sheep
67. She was dressed in Black
68. Bicameral system introduced in 1973 constitution

MISCELLANEOUS IMPORTANT AND SELECTED MCQS

Q: دنیا کی قدیم ترین مسجد کون سی ہے؟
A: خانہ کعبہ
B: مسجد نبوی
C: مسجد شہدا
D: مسجد نمرہ
Check Answer
خانہ کعبہ    
Q: قرآن مجید میں کس واحد آدمی کو اس کی کنیت سے یاد کیا گیاہے؟
A: قارون
B: فرعون
C: ابولہب
D: ہامان
Check Answer
ابولہب    
Q: پیغمبروں کی سر زمین کسے کہا جاتا ہے؟
A: فلسطین
B: شام
C: حجازمقدس
D: عراق
Check Answer
فلسطین    
Q: پہلااسلامی ملک جس نے ایٹم بم بنایا؟
A: ایران
B: پاکستان
C: عراق
D: سعودی عرب
Check Answer
پاکستان    
Q: حج کے دوران کتنے خطبے ہوتے ہیں؟
A: ایک
B: دو
C: تین
D: کوئی ہیں
Check Answer
ایک    
Q: حجراسود کو بوسہ دیناکیا کہلاتا ہے؟
A: استلام
B: شوط
C: ملتزم
D: مبرور
Check Answer
استلام    
Q: نماز جمعہ میں امام کے علاوہ کم از کم کتنے افراد ہوں؟
A: دو
B: پانچ
C: دس
D: بارہ
Check Answer
دہ    
Q: مردوں میں سب سے پہلے کس نے اسلام قبول کیا؟
A: حضرت حمزہ
B: حضرت علی
C: حضرت ابوبکر
D: حضرت عباس
Check Answer
حضرت ابوبکر    
Q: دنیا کی دوسری بڑی عمارت کس اسلامی ملک میں واقع ہے؟
A: قطر
B: ملائیشیا
C: ترکی
D: بحرین
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ملائیشیا    
Q: ایسی کون سی سورہ ہے جس کے شروع میں تسمیہ (بسم اللہ) نہیں ہے؟
A: سورہ توبہ
B: سورہ انفال
C: سورہ یونس
D: سورہ اعراف
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سورہ توبہ    
Q: قرآن مجید میں جہنم کے نگران کا کیا نام ہے؟
A: قہار
B: مالک
C: الرعد
D: نار
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مالک    
Q: جان بوجچھ کار روزہ توڑنے سے لازم ہوتا ہے؟
A: صرف کفارہ
B: صرف قضا
C: قضاو کفارہ دونوں
D: کچھ بھی نہیں
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قضاو کفارہ دونوں    
Q: خانہ کعبہ کے غلاف کو کیا کہا جاتاہے ؟
A: کسویٰ
B: ریشم
C: ستار
D: دائرہ
Check Answer
کسویٰ    
Q: پہلی اسلامی ریاست کہا قائم ہوئی؟
A: مکہ
B: مدینہ
C: کوفہ
D: بصرہ
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مدینہ    
Q: جنت اور دوزخ کے درمیان کے مقام کو کیا کہتے ہیں؟
A: پل صراط
B: اعراف
C: یلملم
D: کوثر
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اعراف    
Q: کس سن ہجری میں سود کو حرام قرار دیا گیا؟
A: 7ہجری
B: 9 ہجری
C: 10 ہجری
D: 11 ہجری
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9 ہجری    
Q: نماز تراویح کیا ہے؟
A: واجب
B: فرض
C: سنت موکدہ
D: سنت
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سنت موکدہ    
Q: لفظ محمد قرآن مجید میں کتنی مرتبہ آیاہے؟
A: دو
B: تین
C: چار
D: پانچ
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چار    
Q: مکہ میں بت پرستی کی ابتداء کس نے کی؟
A: ابوجہل
B: عمرو بن لئحی
C: ابر ھہ
D: کرزبن جابر
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عمرو بن لئحی    
Q: ابو جہل کا اصل نام کیا تھا؟
A: عمرو بن احمد
B: عمر و بن ہشام
C: حارث بن ہشام
D: ہاشم بن عمرو
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عمروبن ہشام    
Q: شیطان کا اصل نام کیا ہے؟
A: ابابیل
B: اسرائیل
C: ہاقائیل
D: عزازیل
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عزازیل    
Q: حضورﷺ کے وصال کے فوری بعد کس جھوٹے نبی کو ہلاک کیا گیا۔
A: مسلیمہ کذاب
B: اسود عنسی
C: طلیحہ بن خویلد
D: سجاح بنت حارث
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اسود عنسی    
Q: غزوہ احد میں کافروں کا سردار کون تھا؟
A: ابو لہب
B: مکرمہ
C: خالد بن ولید
D: ابو سفیان
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ابوسفیان    
Q: کس کافر کے نام سے ایک سورت قرآن پاک میں موجود ہے؟
A: سورۃ نصر
B: سورۃ اللہب
C: سورۃ الفیل
D: سورۃ العنکبوت
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سورۃ اللہب    
Q: اللہ تعالیٰ نے قرآن مجید کا ذکر کتنے ناموں سے کیا؟
A: 35
B: 45
C: 55
D: 65
Check Answer
55    
Q: اسلام میں قتل کی سزاقتل ہے، اسے کیا کہتے ہیں؟
A: قصاص
B: خون بہا
C: حد
D: تعزیر
Check Answer
قصاص    
Q: ہر دور کا ذہین ترین آدمی کسے کہا جاتا ہے؟
A: آئین سٹائیں
B: ارسطو
C: افلاطون
D: فیشاغورث
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ارسطو    
Q: Name the person who first translated the Holy Quran in Persian ?
A: Shah Rafi ud Din
B: Shah Walliullah
C: Khalid bin Waleed
D: Mujadid Alf Sani
Check Answer
Shah Walliullah    
Q: The biggest Ist plamic country with area is:
A: Kazakhstan
B: Libya
C: Sudan
D: Egypt
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Kazakhstan    
Q: The last Fatimid ruler was:
A: Al Muizz
B: Al Adid
C: Al Mansur
D: None of these
Check Answer
Al Adid    
Q: The pact of Medina was signed between :
A: Ans and Khazraj
B: Jews and Muslims
C: Christians and Muslims
D: None of these
Check Answer
Jews and Muslims    
Q: The first attack on Constantinople was conducted by the Muslims in the reign of:
A: Hazrat Ali (RA)
B: Muawiyya
C: Merman l
D: Hazrat Usman (RA)
Check Answer
Muawiyya    
Q: The title of Miftah ul Khayr was of Abbasid ealiph:
A: Waleed l
B: Mamoon
C: Walee lll
D: None of these
Check Answer
Mamoon    
Q: Halaku Khan captured Baghdad in:
A: 1158 AD
B: 1258 AD
C: 1358 AD
D: 1458 AD
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1258 AD    
Q: The first biography on the life of Holy Prophet (PBUH) is by:
A: Ibne Ishaq
B: Ibne e Hisham
C: Al Zarqali
D: Al Waqidi
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Ibne e Hisham    
Q: Who is callled as the Herodotus of Arabs?
A: Tabari
B: Abdul Hassan Ali Al Masudi
C: Ibne Athir
D: None of these
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Abdul Hassan Ali Al Masudi    
Q: The first great Arab alchemist was:
A: Ibne Sina
B: Jabir bin Hayyan
C: Al Razi
D: Yahya bin Mansoor
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Jabir bin Hayyan    
Q: Who wrote Hisab at Jabr wal Muqablah?
A: Ibne Sina
B: Muhammad bin Musa Al Khwarzimi
C: Al Razi
D: Ali Beruni
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Muhammad bin Musa Al Khwarzimi    
Q: Kingdom of Khwarzim was destroyed in 1218-20 AD by:
A: Halaku Khan
B: Changaiz Khan
C: Temur Lung
D: Qublai Khan
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Changaiz Khan    
Q: With his death ended the glory of Abbasids the dead caliph was:
A: Haroon ur Rashid
B: Mamonn
C: Al Wasiq Billah
D: Al Mutasim Billah
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Al Wasiq Billah    
Q: The foundation of the city of Baghdad was laid in 762 during the reign of Abbasid caliph:
A: Abu Muslim
B: Al Mansoor
C: Al Mahdi
D: Abdul Abbas
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Al Mansoor    
Q: Gaza is the famous city of:
A: Egypt
B: Palestine
C: Jordan
D: Iran
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Palestine    
Q: The conqueror of Central Asia was:
A: Khalid bin Waleed
B: Qutayba bin Muslim
C: Muhammad bin Qasim
D: None of these
Check Answer
Qutayba bin Muslim    
Q: Central Asia became the part of Muslim Empire during the reign of:
A: Yazid
B: Waleed l
C: Khalid bin Waleed
D: None of these
Check Answer
Waleed l    
Q: Baytal Hikmat was a :
A: Translation bureu
B: Observatory
C: Medical university
D: None of these
Check Answer
Translation bureau    
Q: His reign was the most glorious and brilliant in the intellectual history of Islam. These remarks refer to:
A: Amin
B: Al Mamun
C: Horoon
D: Umar bin Abdul Aziz
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Al Mamun    
Q: In 712 AD Sindh Multan and part of the Punjab were annexed to the Muslim empire by:
A: Waleed l
B: Muhammad bin Qasim
C: Hijjaj bin Yousaf
D: Uqba bin Nafah
Check Answer
Muhammad bin Qasim    
Q: Babylon is the famous city of:
A: Iraq
B: Jordan
C: Kuwait
D: Greece
Check Answer
Iraq    
Q: Alexandria is the major seaport of:
A: Jordan
B: Iraq
C: Egypt
D: Iran
Check Answer
Egypt    
Q: Istanbul is the new name of:
A: Rome
B: Constantinuple
C: Iraq
D: Athens
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Constantinople    
Q: Amr Muawiya transferred his capital from Kufa to:
A: Baghdad
B: Damascus
C: Makkah
D: Medina
Check Answer
Damascus    
Q: The commander of Muslims army in the Battle of Qadisiya was:
A: Amr bin Al Aas
B: Saad bin Abi Waqas
C: Muaviya
D: Khalid bin Waleed
Check Answer
Saad bin Abi Waqas    
Q: Battle of Mutah was fought between:
A: Muslims and Jews
B: Muslims and Romans
C: Muslims and Qurayash
D: Muslims and false prophests
Check Answer
Muslims and Romans    
Q: Ghazwa Khyber was fought between:
A: Muslims and Christians
B: Muslims and Jews
C: Muslims and None Muslims of Medina
D: Muslims and Hindus
Check Answer
Muslims and Jews    
Q: Conqueror of Egypt was :
A: Saad bin Abi Waqas
B: Amr bin Al Aas
C: Khalid bin Waleed (RA)
D: Muhammad bin Qasim
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Amr bin Al Aas    
Q: Who is called as Muslim Alexander?
A: Khalid bin Waleed (RA)
B: Uqba bin Nafah
C: Saad bin Abi Waqas (RA)
D: Amr bin Al Aas (RA)
Check Answer
Uqba bin Nafah    
Q: The capital of Iraq is:
A: Baghdad
B: Kufa
C: Najaf
D: Tehran
Check Answer
Baghdad    
Q: During the Orthdox Caliphate who had the shortest tenure:
A: Hazrat Umar (RA)
B: Hazrat Abu Bakr (RA)
C: Hazrat Usman (RA)
D: Hazrat Ali (RA)
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Hazrat Abu Bakr (RA)    
Q: During the Orthdox Caliphate, who had the longest tenure:
A: Hazrat Ali (RA)
B: Hazrat Usman (RA)
C: Hazrat Umar (RA)
D: Hazrat Abu Bakar Siddique (RA)
Check Answer
Hazrat Usman (RA)    
Q: Hazrat Umar (RA) ruled for:
A: 8 years
B: 9 years
C: 10 years and 5 months
D: 12 years
Check Answer
10 years and 5 months    
Q: After the dBattle of the Camel Caliph Ali (RA) changed his capital from Medina to
A: Basra
B: Kufa
C: Makkah
D: None of these
Check Answer
Kufa    
Q: Hazrat Ali (RA) martyred in:
A: 35 Hijrah
B: 40 Hijrah
C: 45 Hijrah
D: 50 Hijrah
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40 Hijrah    
Q: Hazrat Ali (RA) martyred at the age of:
A: 55
B: 58
C: 60
D: 67
Check Answer
60    
Q: The first Ummayed Caliph was:
A: Al Mughira
B: Ameer Muawiya
C: Yazid
D: None of these
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Ameer Muawiya    
Q: A land tax imposed on the non Muslims cultivators and landlords was known as:
A: Jizya
B: Kharaj
C: Khums
D: None of these
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Kharaj    
Q: Hazrat Abu Bakar (RA) died in:
A: 10th Hijrah
B: 11th Hijrah
C: 13th Hijrah
D: 15th Hijrah
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13th Hijrah    
Q: Hazrat Abu Bakar reigned for about:
A: 2 years
B: 3 years
C: 2 years and 3 months
D: 4 years
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2 years and 3 months    
Q: Who has been titled as the Saviour of Islam;
A: Caliph Umar (RA)
B: Caliph Abu Bakar (RA)
C: Khalid bin Waleed (RA)
D: Hazrat Ali (RA)
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Caliph Abu Bakar (RA)    
Q: Who has been titled as Saifullah ?
A: Hazrat Ali (RA)
B: Hazrat Khalid Bin waleed (RA)
C: Abu Ubedah (RA)
D: Hazrat Umar (RA)
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Hazrat Khalid Bin waleed (RA)    
Q: After the Battle of Yermuk, which was won by the Muslims Khalid bin Waleed was removed by the Caliph Umar (RA) from his supreme command. The new Supereme Commander was:
A: Amr bin Al Aas (RA)
B: Abu Ubaydah (RA)
C: Saad bin Abi Waqas (RA)
D: Hazrat Bilal (RA)
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Abu Ubaydah (RA)    
Q: Who was teh first Katib e Wahi ?
A: Hazrat Ali (RA)
B: Hazrat Khalid bin Saeed (RA)
C: Hazrat Abu Hurairah (RA)
D: Hazrat Umar (RA)
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Hazrat Khalid bin Saeed (RA)    
Q: Which Surah of the Holy Quran is called the heart of the Quran?
A: Surah Al Ikhlas
B: Surah Ya Sin
C: Surah Al Baqarah
D: Surah Ar Rehman
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Surah Ya Sin    
Q: The Holy Prophet (PBUH) was poisoned by a Jewish hostess at the time of:
A: Ghazwa Uhad
B: Conquest of Khyber
C: Ghazwa Badr
D: Ghazwa Hunain
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Conquest of Khyber    
Q: Jizya means:
A: Religious tax
B: Poll tax on non Muslims
C: Lands cultivated by non Muslims
D: Income from the minorities
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Poll tax on non Muslims    
Q: The largest army that ever marched out of Medina was in:
A: Ghazwa Uhad
B: Ghazwa Tabuk
C: Ghazwa Saweeq
D: Ghazwa Ahzab
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Ghazwa Tabuk    
Q: The largest army that ever marched out of Medina was consisted of:
A: 10,000 Men
B: 30,000 Men
C: 40,000 Men
D: 45,000 Men
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30,000 Men    
Q: Abdullah bin Ubay was a :
A: Hypocrite
B: Christian
C: Jew
D: Great Leader
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Hypocrite    
Q: Makkah was conquered in:
A: 8th Hijrah
B: 9th Hijrah
C: 10 Hijrah
D: 12th Hijrah
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8th Hijrah    
Q: The Treaty of Hudabia was signed in:
A: 5th Hijrah
B: 6th Hijrah
C: 7th Hijrah
D: 8th Hijrah
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6th Hijrah    
Q: Holy Prophet (PBUH) delivered his farewell sermon at Arafat on:
A: 8th Zulhajj
B: 10th Zulhajj
C: 9th Zulhajj
D: 11th Zulhajj
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10th Zulhajj    
Q: Who was the commander of Infidels in the battle of Ditch?
A: Amr
B: Abu Sufyan
C: Abu Jahl
D: Abu Lahb
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Abu Sufyan    
Q: Who gave the idea to dig a ditch around the city of Medina?
A: Hazrat Umar (RA)
B: Hazrat Salman Farsi (RA)
C: Hazrat Ali (RA)
D: Hazrat Khalid bin Waleed (RA)
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Hazrat Salman Farsi (RA)    
Q: The Holy Prophet (PBUH) died on:
A: June 8,632 AD
B: July 15,630 AD
C: August 20,632 AD
D: May 25,631 AD
Check Answer
June 8,632 AD    
Q: Wara bin Naufel was:
A: Christian
B: Later on embrassed Islam
C: follower of religion of Hazrat Ibrahim (AS)
D: A Jew
Check Answer
Christian    
Q: Holy Prophet (PBUH) died on the day of:
A: Friday
B: Saturday
C: Monday
D: Tuesday
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Monday    
Q: Total number of mujahideen in the army of Ghazwa Badr were:
A: 210
B: 313
C: 380
D: 413
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313    
Q: How many Muslims martyred in Ghazwa Badr:
A: 10
B: 14
C: 18
D: 20
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14    
Q: How many Infidels were killed in Ghazwa Badr?
A: 50
B: 60
C: 70
D: 80
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70    
Q: Ghazwa Uhd was fought in the year:
A: 580 AD
B: 600 AD
C: 625 AD
D: 630 AD
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625 AD    
Q: What is the meanings of Sariyya?
A: A poetess
B: A famous Arabian saint
C: A battle not attended by the Holy Prophet (PBUH)
D: Secret treaties of the Munafeqeen
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A battle not attended by the Holy Prophet (PBUH)    
Q: Who was the commander of the Infidels in the Battle of Badr?
A: Abdul Sufyan
B: Abu Jahl
C: Utbah
D: Abu Lahb
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Abu Jahl    
Q: Which Prophet of Allah is dignified with special title "Khalilullah"?
A: Hazrat Adam (AS)
B: Hazrat Nuh (AS)
C: Hazrat Ibrahim (AS)
D: Hazrat Essa (AS)
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Hazrat Ibrahim (AS)    
Q: Who introduced the jail system for detention of prisoners?
A: Hazrat Umar (RA)
B: Hazrat Abu Bakr (RA)
C: Hazrat Ali (RA)
D: Hazrat Khalid bin Waleed (RA)
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Hazrat Umar (RA)    
Q: The police force was set up during the Caliphate:
A: Hazrat Abu Bakr (RA)
B: Hazrat Umar (RA)
C: Hazrat Usman (RA)
D: Hazrat Ali (RA)
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Hazrat Umar (RA)    
Q: Identify the last Ghazwa in which the Holy Prophet (PBUH) participated.
A: Mutah
B: Tabuk
C: Hunain
D: Ahzab
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Tabuk    
Q: Identify the number of Surahs in the Holy Quran which are on the names of various prophets.
A: 4
B: 6
C: 8
D: 10
Check Answer
6    
Q: When did the Holy Prophet (PBUH) perform "Hajjat-ul-Wada"?
A: 630 AD
B: 632 AD
C: 633 AD
D: 636 AD
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632 AD    
Q: How long did the Holy Quran take for its complete revelation?
A: 20 years 5 months and 14 days
B: 22 years 5 month and 14 days
C: 25 years 5 month and 14 days
D: 30 years 5 months and 14 days
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22 years 5 month and 14 days    
Q: How many verses of Surah Al-Alaq were first revealed on the Holy Prophet (PBUH)?
A: 3
B: 5
C: 8
D: 12
Check Answer
5    
Q: Injeel (Bible) is the Holy Book of:
A: Hindus
B: Christians
C: Parsis
D: Jews
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Christians    
Q: The Holy Book of Jews is:
A: Injeel
B: Torah
C: Zubur
D: None of these
Check Answer
Torah    
Q: The Holy Book revealed to Hazrat Daud (AS) is:
A: Injeel
B: Taurat
C: Zubur
D: None of these
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Zubur    
Q: The duty of Hazrat Mekail is:
A: Incharge of protection and also to bring rains
B: To blow the trumpet on the Day of Judgement
C: Incharge of taking the life of living creatures
D: None of these
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Incharge of protection and also to bring rains    
Q: The duty of Hazrat Israfeel is:
A: Incharge of protection and also to bring rains
B: To blow the trumpet on the Day of Judgement
C: Incharge of taking the life of living creatures
D: None of these
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To blow the trumpet on the Day of Judgement    
Q: The duty of Angel Izrael is
A: To blow trumpet on the Day of Judgement
B: Taking the life of living creatures
C: Both of them
D: None of them
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Taking the life of living creatures    
Q: Duty of Angel Hazrat Gibriel is:
A: In charge of protection and also to bring rains
B: To blow trumpet
C: Takeing the life of living things
D: None of these
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None of these    
Q: The angels, who are said to be incharge of the graves and initial accountability are:
A: Munkar and Nakeer
B: Kiraman Katabeen
C: Hazrat Israfil
D: Hazrat Mekail
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Munkar and Nakeer    
Q: The name of the sixth Kalimah is:
A: Kalimah Tamjeed
B: Kalimah Tauheed
C: Kalimah Radde-i-Kufar
D: Kalimah Shahadat
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Kalimah Radd-i--Kufar    
Q: The name of the fifth Kalimah is:
A: Kalimah Tauheed
B: Kalimah Shahadat
C: Kalimah Istighfar
D: Kalimah Tamjeed
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Kalimah Istighfar    
Q: The name of the fourth Kalimah is:
A: Kalimah Tayyabah
B: Kalimah Tauheed
C: Kalimah Istighfar
D: Kalimah Shahadat
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Kalimah Tauheed    
Q: The name of third Kalimah:
A: Kalimah Radd-i-Kufar
B: Kalimah Tayabbah
C: Kalimah Tamjeed
D: Kalimah Tauheed
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Kalimah Tamjeed    
Q: The name of the second Kalimah is:
A: Kalima Istighfar
B: Kalima Shahadat
C: Kalima Tauheed
D: Kalima Radd-i-Kufar
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Kalima Shahadat    
Q: The name of the first Kalimah is:
A: Kalima Tayyabah
B: Kalima Shahadat
C: kalima Tamjeed
D: Kalima Tauheed
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Kalima Tayyabah    
Q: The total number of Madni Surahs are:
A: 28
B: 30
C: 32
D: 35
Check Answer
28    
Q: The total number of Makki Surahs are:
A: 80
B: 86
C: 88
D: 92
Check Answer
86    
Q: The number of Prophets whose names are in the Holy Quran is:
A: 10
B: 25
C: 35
D: 45
Check Answer
25    
Q: The shortest Surah in the Holy Quran is:
A: Surah An-Nisa
B: Surah Al-Ahzab
C: Surah Al-Baqarah
D: Surah Al-Kauthar
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Surah Al-Kauthar    
Q: The longest Surah in the Holy Quran is:
A: Surah Al Imran
B: Surah Al-Baqarah
C: Surah Al-Falaq
D: Surah An-Nisa
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Surah Al-Baqarah    
Q: The last Surah in the Holy Quran is:
A: Surah Ya Sin
B: Surah Al-Nas
C: Surah Al-Falaq
D: Surah Al-Kauthar
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Surah Al-Nas    
Q: The first Surah in the Holy Quran is:
A: Surah Al-Fatihah
B: Surah Al-Baqarah
C: Surah Al-Imran
D: Surah Al-Ikhals
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Surah Al-Fatihah 
[Abu Mashaal]

Important Organizations date of established and their Headquarters

ORGANIZATIONs
Interpol was established in 1923 (1956)
Common Wealth was established in 1931
UNO was established on 24 Oct 1945
Arab League was established in 1945
ICJ was established in 1945
UNICEF was established in 1946
NATO was established in 1949
UNHCR was established in 1950
SEATO was established in 1954
OPEC was established in 1960
NAM was established in 1961
ADB was established in 1966
ASEAN was established in 1967
OIC was established in 1969
SAARC was established in 1985
ECO was established in 1985
D8 was established in 1997
Human Rights Resolution was adopted by UN in 1945
Headquarter of ADB 
Philippines/ Manila
Headquarter of Arab League 
Cairo
Headquarter of ASEAN 
Jakarta, founded at Bangkok
Headquarter of Common Wealth 
London
Headquarter of Amnesty International 
London
Headquarter of D8 
Turkey
Headquarter of ECO 
Tehran
Headquarter of ICJ 
Hague (Netherland)
Headquarter of Red Cross & Red Crescent Geneva 
(Switzerland)
Headquarter of ILO 
Geneva (Switzerland)
Headquarter of WHO 
Geneva (Switzerland)
Headquarter of WTO 
Geneva (Switzerland)
Headquarter of UNHCR is in 
Geneva (Switzerland)
Headquarter of Interpol Lyon
 (France)
Headquarter of OIC Jeddah established in 
Rabat (Morocco)
Headquarter of SAARC 
Katmandu- established at Dhaka
Headquarter of NATO 
Brussels
Headquarter of SEATO 
Manila
UNO was formed at 
San Francisco
Headquarter of UNDP 
New York (USA)
Headquarter of Human Right Watch
 New York
Headquarter of UNO 
New York
Office of UN General Assembly is in 
New York
Headquarter of UNICEF 
New York
Headquarter of OPEC 
Vienna
Headquarter of IAEA 
Vienna (Austria)
Headquarter of Transparency International 
Berlin, Germany
Headquarter of FAO 
Rome (Italy)
Headquarter of IMF 
Washington (USA)
Headquarter of World Bank or IBRD 
Washington (USA)
Headquarter if UNESCO 
Paris (France)

In formation about UNO – United Nations Organization

General Information about UNO ( United Nation Organization

Established on 24 October 1945
Headquarters: New York City, USA
Membership: 193 member states, 2 observer states
Secretary General – Antonio Guterres
Deputy Secretary General – Amina J. Mohammed


WTO – World Trade Organization

Founded: 1 January 1995
Headquarters: Geneva, Switzerland
Director General: Roberto Azevedo
Membership – 164 member states


WHO – World Health Organization

Established on 7 April 1948
Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Director General – Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
World Health Day – 7 April


World Economic Forum (WEF)

Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Head – Klaus Schwab
Founded on – 1971


WIPO – World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO Also called OMPI)

Formation – July 14, 1967
Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Director General – Francis Gurry


  Indian Defense Forces: Basic General Knowledge & Most Important Questions
ILO – International Labour Organization

Established in 1919
Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Director General – Guy Ryder
Membership – 195 member states


United Nations Conference on Trade & Development (UNCTAD)

Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Head – Mukhisa Kituyi
Founded on – 1964


WMO – World Meteorological Organization

Formed in 1950
Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Secretary-General: Petteri Taalas
President – David Grimes
World Meteorological Day – 23 March


International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Head – Peter Maurer
Founded on – 1863


IMF – International Monetary Fund

Established on 27 December 1945
Headquarters – Washington, USA
Managing Director – Christine Lagarde
Membership – 189 countries
Fund – Special drawing rights (SDR)


WBG – World Bank Group

Formation – 27 December 1945
Headquarters – Washington, USA
President – Dr. Jim Yong Kim
Membership – 189 states (188 UN countries and Kosovo)


United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)

Headquarters – New York, US
Head – Anthony Lake
Founded on – December 1946


United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA)

Headquarters – New York, US
Head – Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin
Founded on – 1969


ADB – Asian Development Bank

Motto: Fighting poverty in Asia and the Pacific
Established on 19 December 1966
Headquarters – Manila, Philippines
President – Takehiko Nakao
Membership – 67 countries


Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)

Headquarters – Beijing, China
Head – Jin Liqun
Founded on – 4 October 2014


New Development Bank (BRICS Development Bank)

Headquarters – Shanghai, China
Head – K. V. Kamath
Founded on – July 2015


UNESCO – United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

Founded: 16 November 1945
Headquarters: Paris, France
Director General: Irina Bokova
Membership – 195 member states


Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development (OECD)

Headquarters – Paris, France
Head – Jose Angel Gurria
Founded on – 30 September 1961


North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO)

Headquarters – Brussels, Belgium
Head – Jens Stoltenberg
Founded on – 4 April 1949
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)

Headquarters – Singapore
Head – Dr. Alan Bollard
Founded on – 1989


UNHCR – United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

Formation – 14 December 1950
Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Head – Filippo Grandi


IMO – International Maritime Organization

Formation – 1959
Headquarters – London, United Kingdom
Secretary General – Kitack Lim


Amnesty International 

Headquarters – London, UK
Head – Salil Shetty
Founded on – July 1961


UNHCR – United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

Formation – 14 December 1950
Headquarters – Geneva, Switzerland
Head – Filippo Grandi


Commonwealth of Nations

Headquarters – London, UK
Head – Queen Elizabeth II
Founded on – 28 April 1949


IAEA – International Atomic Energy Agency

Established on July 29, 1957
Headquarters – Vienna, Austria
Director General – Yukiya Amano
Membership – 168 member states


United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO)

Headquarters – Vienna, Austria
Head – Li Yong
Founded on – 1966


Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)

Headquarters – Vienna, Austria
Head – Mohammed Barkindo
Founded on – 1961-62


World Tourism Organization

Formation – 1975
Headquarters – Madrid, Spain
Secretaries General – Taleb Rifai
World Tourism Day – 27 September


International Olympic Committee (IOC)

Headquarters – Lausanne, Switzerland
Head – Thomas Bach
Founded on – 23 June 1894


International Cricket Council (ICC)

Headquarters – Dubai, UAE
Head – David Richardson (CEO)
Founded on – 15 June 1909


The Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA)

Headquarters – Zurich, Switzerland
Head – Gianni Infantino
Founded on – 21 May 1904


FAO – Food and Agriculture Organization

Established in 16 October 1945
Headquarters: Rome, Italy
Director General: Jose Graziano da Silva
Membership – 194 Member Nations, 2 associate members & the European Union
World Food Day – 16 October


International Court of Justice (ICJ)

Headquarters – The Hague, The Netherland
Head – Ronny Abraham
Founded on -1945

list of Topics for Headmaster and Senior Headmaster Test must prepare

Meanings of education
Ø  Scope of education
Ø  Types of education
Ø  Formal
Ø  Non-formal
Ø  Informal
Ø  Elements of Educational Process
Ø  Aims
Ø  Curriculum
Ø  Pedagogy
Ø  Evaluation
Ø  Foundations of Education
Ø  Philosophical
Ø  Meaning and Scope of Educational Philosophy
Ø  Areas of Educational Philosophy
Ø  Epistemology
Ø  Ontology
Ø  Axiology
Ø  Educational Philosophies
Ø  Perennialism
Ø  Essentialism
Ø  Progressivism
Ø  Islamic
Ø  Psychological
Ø  Meaning and Scope of Educational Psychology
Ø  Role of Psychology in:
Ø  Curriculum
Ø  Pedagogy
Ø  Evaluation
Ø  Education in Pakistan
Ø  First Education Conference 1947
Ø  Commission on National Education 1959
Ø  The New Education Policy 1969-70
Ø  The Educational Policy 1972-80
Ø  National Educational Policy 1979
Ø  National Education Policy 1992
Ø  National Education Policy 1998-2010
Ø  Muslim Education Movements: Pre-Independence
Ø  Deoband
Ø  Aligarh
Ø  Anjamane Himayat-e-Islam
Ø  Nadwatul Ullema
Ø  Jamia Millia Islamia
Ø  Education in the Sub-continent: Pre-independence Reports
Ø  Charter Act
Ø  Lord Macaulay Report
Ø  Wood Despatch
Ø  Wiliam Hunter Commission Report
Ø  Calcutta University Commission Report
Ø  Dr. Zakir Hussain Report
Ø  General Methods of Teaching
Ø  Lecture method
Ø  Recitation method
Ø  Discussion method
Ø  Demonstration method
Ø  Heuristic method
Ø  Project method
Ø  Activity method
Ø  Problem solving method
Ø  Inductive method
Ø  Deductive method
Ø  Drill method
Ø  Question answer method
Ø  Group differentiated method
Ø  Innovative Methods of Teaching
Ø  Micro-teaching
Ø  Simulation method
Ø  Programmed instruction
Ø  Computer assisted instruction
Ø  Team-teaching
Ø  Peer-tutoring
Ø  Individualized instruction

Ø  Cooperative learning
Ø  Tele conference
Ø  Role play/Simulations
Ø  Various Laws, Rules and Regulations in Pakistani Educational Institutions
Ø  Leave rules
Ø  Pension rules
Ø  Civil services rules
Ø  Registration and recognition of privately managed institutions
Ø  Financial rules
Ø  Group insurance and advances
Ø  TA and DA rules
Ø  Registers , forms and other records in educational institutions
Ø  Some examples of Legal problems in Educational Institutions
Ø  Classroom Management
Ø  Objectives
Ø  After completion of the course, the students will be able to:
•        prepare effective school leaders
•        perform the administrative functions effectively and efficiently
•        manage the classes properly
•        create an effective teaching learning environment in classroom as well as in school
•        use management skills for internal and external efficiency of school
Ø  Introduction to Management
Ø  Concept and Meaning of Management
Ø  Functions of Management
Ø  Theories of management
Ø  Principles of effective Management
Ø  School Plant Management
Ø  Building size, shape, design, construction and maintenance
Ø  School library, laboratories, playground
Ø  School environment (common principles)
Ø  School Record
Ø  Concept and objectives
Ø  Fundamental elements, salient features and practical aspects
Ø  Kinds of records to be maintained
Ø  General record (about school, staff, students)
Ø  Financial record
Ø  Educational record
Ø  Equipment record
Ø  Correspondence Record
Ø  Account books
Ø  Time Management
Ø  School timetable
Ø  Guiding principles
Ø  General rules
Ø  School Community Relationship
Ø  Need for cooperation
Ø  Participation by the parents in school program
Ø  Managing Schools
Ø  School timing, assembly, attendance
Ø  Duties and authorities of school head
Ø  Financial rules
Ø  Teaching of different subjects
Ø  Managing co-curricular activities