PPSC Papers (76th Edition) 2020
Editors and the publisher have used the best efforts in preparing this book. An eligible candidate is required to clear the common written examination (One Paper MCQs). Now-a-days, only objective type questions (MCQs) are being asked in all the PPSC papers instead of the descriptive type or essay type questions. In Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs), four or five probable answers of every question are given in the Question Paper, out of which a candidate has to choose the correct or the best suitable answer. Keeping in view the needs of the candidates appearing in various PPSC examinations, we have compiled this book entitled “PPSC Original Model MCQs Papers” containing more than 20,000 plus Objective Type Questions (MCQs). These papers are based upon the previous years’ up-to-date question papers of various competitive examinations held by the Provincial Public Service Commission (PPSC).
Dogar Publishers is a pioneer of publishing books for the competitive exams. This book entitled “Dogar’s Unique PPSC Original Model Papers” is an outcome of untiring efforts of the Dogar publishers Editorial Board. It is unique with its contents and style on account of the following characteristics:-
- 100% sure success guaranteed in all kinds of 1-Paper MCQs written examination.
- Exclusive selection of PPSC Original Papers.
- Updated and revised latest editions are published rapidly and repeatedly.
- We don’t claim this book to be the best but you, the reader, will decide.
- Maximum Explanatory Answers are given wherever it is required.
- Mathematics is a subject that requires more attention, so, explanatory answers are given up to six steps to make this book more students friendly.
- English verbal ability is dealt in special pattern to make it easy and understandable for both the average and the intelligent students.
- MCQs of IQ tests and intelligence tests are made easy with logical explanatory answers.
- A selection of vast variety of rare, old and new original papers.
- Foot-notes are an additional quality along with other characteristics of this book.
- Job/post-wise and department-wise arrangement of papers has been set in this book for your convenience.
- Latest syllabus and paper pattern of PPSC is observed while editing and compiling this book.
- Special instructions are given to solve the MCQs papers.
- Special stress on General Ability and IQ tests.
- Replete with latest national and international current affairs.
- A complete guide for all the thirsty learners.
The world has become a global village. We are living in an age of computer and latest technologies. Therefore, latest current affairs knowledge is essential for all kinds of examinations. Our best-selling “Dogar’s Unique Who is Who” is thoroughly revised and updated in the light of rapidly geo-political changes and latest current affairs. You can find each and every information including General Knowledge, Pakistan Affairs, Islamic Studies, Geography, Sports, Games, Basic Mathematics, Abbreviations, English Current Affairs and famous personalities. It is the one and the only one latest and updated book in Pakistan.
Latest Original/Model Papers Equally Beneficial For
NTS, PTS, ITS, BTS, OTS, UTS, JTS, NEEF, HEC, CSS, PCS, PMS, FPSC, PPSC, PIA, FIA, NAB, FBR, IBP, GET-FS, WAPDA, TEVTA, DGPR, ASF, S&GAD, Customs, NH&MP, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Interior, Pakistan Railways, Irrigation & Power Department, Punjab Police, Anti-Corruption Establishment, Punjab Prisons/Jails, Revenue, Land Records, Civil Defence, Home Department, Excise & Taxation, Cutoms, Zakat & Ushr, Punjab Cooperatives, Auqaf, Labour & Human Resource, Punjab Population & Welfare, Punjab Food Department, Finance, Bureau of Statistics, Audit & Accountants, Planning & Development, Education, Judiciary, Social Welfare, Local Government, Utility Stores, Women Development, Bait-ul-mal, Primary & Secondary Health Care, Commmunication & Works, Environment Protection, Women Protection, Child Protection, Public Prosecution, Social Security, Punjab Employees Welfare, Special Education, Federal/Provincial Public Service Commission, Various Testing Services and Other Deptts. Related Exams./Papers.
SST, PST, JST, ESE, TGT, DM, PET, DEO, DDEO, AEO, SDO, AO, AAO, ASI, SI, ADSJ, JPO, TMO, KPO, DEO, ADPP, MO, Associated Professors, Assistant Professors, Principals, Vice Principals, Lecturers, Educators, Teachers, Headmasters, Deputy Headmasters, Assistant Headmasters, Education Officers, Headmistresses, Deputy Headmistresses, Directors, Deputy Directors, Assistant Directors, Inspectors, Sub-Inspectors, Audit & Accounts Officers, Registrars, Assistant Registrars, Accountants, Deputy Accountants, Assistant Accountants, Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, Assistant Junior Clerks, Senior Clerks, Senior Auditors, Auditors, Traffic Wardens, Patrol Officers, Tehsildars, Ziladars, Naib Tehsildar, Nurses, Managers, Deputy Managers, Assistant Managers, Field Assistants, Field Officers, Computer Operators, Computer Instructors, Consultants, Doctors, Medical Officers, Engineers, Sub-Engineers, Assistant Engineers, Pharmacists, Research Assistants, Parole Officers, Stenographers, System Managers, Psychologists, Librarians, Information Officers.
Instructions for Solving General Knowledge Papers
- General Knowledge: The candidates are expected to display a general awareness of what and where of things and places, when and where of events, how things work, important personalities etc. Essentially it is the test of general reading, experience and intellectual curiosity of the candidates.
- Pakistan Studies: Candidates are expected to have basic knowledge of the historical perspective of the Pakistan movement, major events in the struggle for Pakistan, prominent personalities, post-independence problems, constitutional developments, foreign policy, economy, defence, Kashmir and other territorial disputes etc. The questions would also cover Pakistans domestic issues and politics, land and people, regional issues, socio-economic issues, culture, music, sports, etc.
- Islamic Studies: The candidates are expected to display basic knowledge of the Holy Quran, Hadith, life and times of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), Khulfa-e-Rashideen, Arkan-e-Islam, broad knowledge of important events in Islamic History and prominent personalities. Non-Muslim candidates would be tested in the field ethics, comparative religions and questions of general nature.
- Current Affairs: The candidates are expected to display a basic knowledge and understanding of history, politics and international affairs deemed necessary to understand current affairs. Questions may also relate to international institutions, treaties, recent developments in Pakistan and abroad, global issues including security, economy, human rights, environmental degradation, nuclear and other issues of similar nature.
- Geography: Candidates are expected to have basic knowledge of Pakistan’s geography, topography, environmental issues, demography, mineral wealth etc. They are also expected to have basic knowledge of geography of the world, geographic terms, prominent places and features.
- Mathematics: Candidates are expected to have basic knowledge about mathematics, including arithmatic, algebra and geometry and problem solving skills. Questions and problems may relate to: numbers; percentages; averages; ratio and proportions; equations; simplifications; number series; interest rates; time/distance/work related problems, basic formulae relating to areas, volumes etc. Use of calculators would not be allowed.
- English: Candidates are expected to have basic knowledge of English grammar, parts of speech, prepositions, punctuation, active and passive voice, idioms, proverbs, phrases, synonyms, antonyms, analogies, sentence construction etc. Candidates should be able to use English correctly.
- Urdu: The candidates are expected to have a good command over Urdu language, its correct usage, grammar, idioms, and proverbs and should have basic knowledge of prominent Urdu writers and poets.
- Everyday Science: The Candidates are expected to have basic knowledge of Biology, Physics and Chemistry, scientific terms, inventions, discoveries, human body, celestial bodies and environmental issues/problems. In general the candidates could be tested on knowledge of everyday observation and experience of things and phenomenon in the context of their scientific explanations.
- Computer Skills: The candidates are expected to have basic knowledge of computers, hardware and software, commonly used terms, basic functions of important components of a PC, knowledge of MS Office, internet, e-mail, prominent personalities associated with I.T. and basic I.T. applications.