Pak Study Solved Past Paper 2nd year 2013 Karachi Board (private)

SECTION “A” (MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS)

(i) The economy of Pakistan is based on:
(A) Industry
(B) Trade
(C) Agriculture
(D) Fishing

(ii) The number of climatic regions of Pakistan is:
(A) Two
(B) Three
(C) Four
(D) Five

(iii) Pakistan carried out its first nuclear test in the year A.D.:
(A) 1996.
(B) 1997
(C) 1998
(D) 1999

(iv) The period of monsoon rains in Pakistan is:
(A) October – November
(B) December – January
(C) March – April
(D) June – July

(v) Pakistan become a member of the U.N.O.in the year A.D
(A) 1947
(B) 1948
(C) 1949
(D) 1950

(vi) The number of castes in Hindu society is:
(A) 3
(B) 4
(C) 6
(D) 7

(vii) In South Asia, the first translation of the Holy Quran was this language:
(A) Sindhi
(B) Urdu
(C) Persian
(D) Balochi

(viii) The name of Pakistan was proposed by:
(A) Liaquat Ali Khan
(B) Choudhary Rahmat Ali
(C) Quaid-e-Azam
(D) Allama Iqbal

(ix) Muhammad bin Qasim conquered Sindh in the year of :
(A) 711
(B) 712
(C) 713
(D) 714

(x) The Allahabad address was delivered by Allama Iqbal in the year A.D.:
(A) 1920
(B) 1930
(C) 1931
(D) 1933

(xi) The partition of India was announced by:
(A) Radcliffe
(B) Lord Mountbatten
(C) Lord Wavell
(D) Lord Minto

(xii) . The Indus Basin treaty was signed between India and. Pakistan in the year A.D.:
(A) 1960
(B) 1961
(C) 1963
(D) 1965

(xiii) The third constitution of Pakistan was promulgated in the year A.D.:
(A) 1970
(B) 1971
(C) 1972
(D) 1973

(xiv) In the year 1974, the second Islamic Summit was held in:
(A) Maldives
(B) Pakistan
(C) Morocco
(D)Saudi Arabia

(xv) The total area of Pakistan, in square k.m. is:
(A) 696096
(B) 796096
(C) 896096
(D) 996096

(xvi) The hi!Jhest mountain peak of Pakistan is:
(A) Nanga Parbat
(B) Godwin Austin (K-2)
(C) Tirchmir
(D) Peer Panjal

(xvii) The ruins of an ancient civilization were discovered near Larkana at:
(A) Mone-jo-Daro
(B) Harappa
(C) Texila
(D) Chowkandi

(xviii) The name of poetic collection of Abdul Latif Bhitai is:
(A) Shah-jo-Kitab
(B) Shah-jo-Risalo
(C) Shah-jo-Majmuo
(D) Shah-jo-Dars

(xix) Masjid Wazir Khan is situated in the city of:
(A) Multan
(B) Karachi
(C) Lahore
(D) Islamabad

(xx) The United Nation was founded in the year A.D
(A) 1944
(B) 1945
(C) 1946
(D) 1947

SECTION B (SHORT-ANSWER QUESTIONS)

(i) From the 14 points of the Quaid-e-Azam,

1. A” the people should be aware of their rights a” the people have the freedom of religion freedom of sense.
2. All cabine.ts at central or local level should have at least 1/3 Muslim representation.
3. All legislatures in the country and other elected bodies shall be constituted on the definite principle of adequate and effective representation of minorities in every province without reducing the majority in any province to a minority or even equality.
4. In the Central Legislature, Muslim representation shall not be less than one third.
5. Representation of communal groups shall continue to be by means of separate electorate as at present, provided it shall be open to any community at any time to abandon its separate electorate in favor of a joint electorate

(ii) What do you know about the regional languages of Pak?
ANSWER: Please see Q. 2{vi) of 2013 Regular

(iii) State any five Islamic provisions of the 1973 constitution
ANSWER: Please see Q.2 (ii) of 2014 Regular

(iv) What is the importance of Agriculture in the economy of Pakistan?
ANSWER: Please see Q. 2(iii) of 2013 Regular

(v) Explain the Geographical importance of Pakistan.
ANSWER: Please see Q. 5 of 2013 Regular,

(vi) Highlight the relations of Pakistan with
Saudi Arabia.
The bilateral relations between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the State of Pakistan are historically and internationally close and extremely friendly, occasionally described as constituting a special relationship. As two of the world’s leading Islamic states as well as the power brokers in the Muslim world, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan have sought to develop extensive commercial, cultural, religious and strategic re atlons sin e establishment of Pakistan in 1947. Even today, the relationships with the Saudi Arabia represents the most “important and bilateral partnership” in the current Foreign policy of Pakistan, working and seeking to develop closer bilateral ties with the Saudi Arabia, the largest country on the Arabian peninsula and home to the two holiest cities of Islam, Mecca and Medina and the destination of Muslim pilgrims from across the world.

(vii) Write the names of any five member countries of SAARC
ANSWER: Please see Q. 2(vii) of 2013 Regular

(viii) State any two initial problems faced by Pakistan at the time of its emergence.
1. CANALWATER DISPUTE:
It had its origin in Radcliff Award which drew the boundary India and Pakistan in,way that it cut across the rivers and canal making India the upper beneficiary and Pakistan the lower beneficiary, It also handed over the control over two important headwork’s over river Ravi (Madhupure Head works) and Sutlej (Ferozpure Head works) to India. There was no reason of assigning these head works to India, as these two Headwork’s used to control the flow and distribution of water in the area that were Included in Pakistan, except to put the economic life of Pakistan danger.
2. ISSUEOF NATIONAL LANGUAGE:
Immediately after the establishment of Pakistan language controversy was started between East & West. Pakistan ‘when the members of the Constituent Assembly belonged to East Pakistan demande.d that instead of Urdu, Bengali should be made national language of Pakistan. Liaquat Ali Khan then the Prime Minister of Pakistan refused to accept the demand, which created resentment among East Pakistan. Refusal of the demand ultimately transformed into a political movement. In March 1948 while addressing at Dhaka, Quaid-e-Azam declared,
“Urdu and Urdu alone would be the national language of Pakistan”, Advice of Quaid-e-Azam temporarily took the heart out of language movement  the death of Quaid-e-Azam.

SECTION ‘C’ (DETAILED-ANSWER QUESTIONS)

3. What is meant by the ideology of Pakistan? Discuss its importance in our National life.
ANSWER Pleasesee Q. 3 of 2014 Regular

4. Write the aims and objectives of the creation of Pakistan
Following are the aims & objectives for the creation of Pakistan.
1. Creation of Islamic State:It was very much clear from the words of the Quid-e-Azam that the basic aim of demand of Pakistan was the implementation of system of God and a separate country for
his worshipping
2. Independence of Muslim nation:
Restoration of the state which was ended because of the British rule was a must. The Muslims of India wanted to be free to get rid of the conspiracies of Britishers against Islam. For this reason they started the movement for the creation of Pak.
3. Establishment of Islamic Society:
In the subcontinent the western social system and Hinduism was being implemente which based on the exploitation and caste system. Under these conditions it was necessary fo~ the Muslims of sub continent to demand for a separate homeland.
4. Economic development of the Muslim of the sub continent:
Muslims of the sub continent demanded the creation of Pakistan for the security of humanity, human equality and for social justice so that Islamic system can be implemented in Pakistan which helps the Muslims of sub continent to prosper.
5. Peaceful atmosphere:
Peaceful atmosphere is very necessary for the preaching of Islam, discharging of Islamic duties, and for the betterment of society. In India this atmosphere was destroyed along with the destruction of Muslim rule. Because of this Muslims of India created state of Pakistan so that preaching of Islam and discharging of its duties coul e ma e certair
6. Safety and progress of Urdu language:
Hindus started to oppose Urdu and they stated to develop Hindi with the conspiracies of British. Because of the Hindu opposition against Urdu, Muslims thought of its safety and they created Pakistan. That is the reason that Urdu was given the status of Nation Language in the constitution of Pakistan. .
7. Safety of national identity:
It is clear that identity of Muslims is related to’ Islam. This is the reason that creation of Pakistan was necessary not only for the security of Islam but also for the security of national identity so that the Muslims of this region could be identified in the world

Posted on January 6, 2016 in 2nd Year 2013 Karachi Board Past Papers

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