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July 22, 2017

Additional District & Session Judge Exam – Syllabus of English Language Paper

Additional District & Session Judge Exam Syllabus

Lahore High Court announced the seats of Additional District & Session Judges in October 2016. In 2015 Lahore High Court also recruited Additional District & Session Judges but this time syllabus is changed. Last year the written test consists of following subjects/papers;

  • Civil Law & Constitution – 100 Marks
  • Criminal Law – 100 Marks
  • English Essay – 50 Marks

This year the written test/paper consists of;

  • Constitutional Law – 100
  • Civil Law – 100
  • Criminal Law – 100
  • English Language – 100

So there are two major differences this year, fist is instead of English Essay of fifty marks now there is 100 mark paper of English language and secondly there is separate papers of Civil Law and Constitutional Law of 100 marks.

The major issue in papers of Additional District and Session Judges 2016 is 100 marks paper of English Language. This paper is not only about English Essay but also contains other parameters of checking English Language skills of candidates.

Syllabus of English Language Paper of ASJ 2016 Exam

In advertisement no particulars are given about the break-down marks in English Language Paper. Here we are giving you the expected syllabus of that paper.

  • Comprehension
  • Precise-Writing
  • Short Essay
  • Synonyms & Antonyms
  • Idioms
  • Sentence Structure
  • English Grammar which includes sentence correction etc.
  • Translation

Note: The above given syllabus is prepared only on the pattern of any professional/competitive exam of English Papers.

Partition of Bengal 1905 – Important MCQS of Pakistan Study

Partition of Bengal 1905

Followings are some important points to remember about partition of Bengal which are often repeated in different exams in shape of MCQS.

  • Lord Curzon became the viceroy of India in 1899.
  • Lord Curzon announced the partition of Bengal on 16 October 1905.
  • At the time of partition, total area of Bengal was 189000 sq. km.
  • Total population of New province of East Bengal was 31 million.
  • Out of total 31 million population, there were 18 million Muslims and 12 million Hindus.
  • John Brodrick sanctioned the scheme of partition of Bengal who was secretary of state.
  • Mr. Filler was the first Governor of East Bengal.
  • Dhaka was the capital of East Bengal.
  • At the time of partition of Bengal, Nawab Salimullah Khan was the leader of Muslims of Bengal.
  • Hindus observed the 16 October as the day of mourning.
  • Calcuta became the center point of agitation against the partition of Bengal.
  • Under leadership of Ghokhlay, Hindu delegation went to London to protest against partition of Bengal.
  • Swadeshi Movement was started by Hindus against the partition of Bengal.
  • Partition of Bengal was annulled in 1911.
  • Nawab Saleem Ullah left the politics after annulment of partition of Bengal.
  • George V made the announcement of annulment of partition of Bengal at his coronation Darbar in Dehli.
  • Lord Minto criticized the annulment of partition of Bengal.

All Indian National Congress – Indo-Pak History MCQS

All Indian National Congress

Followings are some important points to remember about All Indian National Congress which are often repeated in different exams in shape of MCQS.

  • All Indian National Congress was founded by an Englishmen AO Hume.
  • AO Hume was retired ICS Officer.
  • AO Hume was the first General Secretary of Congress.
  • WC Bannerjee was the first President of Congress.
  • Lord Dufferin was the mind behind the creation of All Indian National Congress.
  • Frist Meeting of Congress was held in Calcuta.
  • Indian National Congress was initially known as All India Union.
  • Badr-ud-Din Taiyabji was the first Muslim President of Congress.
  • Badr-ud-Din Taiyabji was elected President of Congress in 1887.
  • Allan Octavian Hume (AO Hume) was the author of book “My Work in India”.
  • In 1888, President of Congress was George Yule.
  • In 1889, President of Congress was Sir William Wedderburn.
  • Syed Ameer Ali was the first Muslim Judge of Calcuta High Court.
  • Syed Ameer Ali founded the Central National Mohammedan Association at Calcuta in 1877.

Muslim Religious Movement in India – Pakistan Study MCQS

Muslim Religious Movements

Followings are some important points to remember about Muslim Religious Movement which are often repeated in different exams in shape of MCQS.

  • Muslim Sufies and Mystics spread the light of Islam in Bengal in 13th and 14th century.
  • Faraizi Movement was started in East Bengal in first half of 19th century.
  • Haji Shariatullah was the founder of Faraizi Movement.
  • Haji Shariatullah was born in 1768 at Faridpure District.
  • In 1799, Haji Sariatullah left Faridpur and went to Makkah.
  • In 1820, Haji Shariatullah returned from Makkah.
  • Faraizi Movement emphasized on the performance of Faraiz.
  • Faraizi Movement was also directed against the oppression of the big Zamindars.
  • Haji Shariatullah died in 1840.
  • Dudhu Mian was the son of Haji Shariatullah.
  • Real name of Dudhi Mian was Mohsin u Din Ahmad.
  • Dudhu Mian declared Jihad against British.
  • Dudhu Mian made Farazi Movement strong and popular.
  • Dudhu Mian died in 1862.
  • Real name of “Tito Mir” was Mir Nasir Ali.
  • Titu Mir was the important leader of the Muslim Peasant of Bengal province.
  • Titu Mir was born in 1782.
  • In 1830, William Bentick sent army to Bengal to crush the Titu Mir.
  • Titu Mir died in 1831.
  • Syed Ahmad Shaheed founded the “Wahhabism” in subcontinent.
  • Syed Ahmad Shaheed was the founder of Mujahidin Movement in subcontinent.
  • Syed Ahmad Shaeed was born on 1786.
  • Syed Ahmad Shaheed was the disciple of Shah Abdul Aziz.
  • Shah Abdul Aziz was the son of Shah Wali Ullah.
  • Sirat-i-Mustaqim was written by Syed Ahmad Shaheed in 1818.
  • At the time of Syed Ahmad Shaheed, Punjab was ruled by Ranjit Singh.
  • Syed Ahmad Shaheed had begun his jihad against Sikhs by fighting Sikh Army at Akora in 1826.
  • Syed Ahmad Shaheed was died in 1831 at Balakot.

Hindi-Urdu Controversy 1867 – Pakistan History MCQS

Hindi-Urdu Controversy

Followings are some important points to remember about Hindi-Urdu Controversy which are often repeated in different exams in shape of MCQS.

  • Urdu language is 400 years old.
  • Another name of Urdu language is “Lashkari”.
  • Sir Syed Ahamd Khan rendered valuable services for development of Urdu Language.
  • Farhang-i-Asfia is authentic Urdu Dictionary which contains 54014 words.
  • Banaras Institute was established in 1861.
  • Banaras Institute was established against the Urdu Language.
  • In 1832, Urdu was introduced as official language in subcontinent by British Govt.
  • Hindi-Urdu controversy was started in 1867.
  • Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was the first person to adopt measures for protection of Urdu Language.
  • Sir Syed established “Central Association” at Allahabad.
  • George Campbell ordered that Urdu should be scrapped from the syllabus books in 1871.
  • George Campbell was the Governor of Bengal.
  • In 1900, Anthony MacDonald issued orders that Hindi should be used as official language.
  • Anthony Macdonald was the Governor of United Province (UP).
  • Urdu Defense Society was established to protect the Urdu Language.
  • “Anjuman I Tarakki Urdu” was set up by Maulvi Abdul Haq at Aligarh in 1903.
  • In 1917, Gandhi declared that Hindi was the only language capable of becoming the national language.

Hindu Reformist Movements – Pakistan Studies Important MCQS

Hindu Reformist and Revivalist Movements

Followings are some important points to remember about Hindu Reformist Movements which are often repeated in different exams in shape of MCQS.

  • “Brahma Sabha” was founded by Raj Ram Mohan in 1828.
  • “Barhma Sabha” was later known as “brahma Samaj”.
  • Brahma Samaj first of all criticized the Hindu custom of “Sati”.
  • In 1857, Keshab Chandra joined the Brahma Samaj.
  • Pararthana Samaj was established in 1849.
  • Arya Samaj was founded by Swami Dayanand.
  • Swami Dyanand was great scholar of Sanskrit.
  • Shuddhi Movement was founded by Dyananda Sarswati.
  • Deccan Education Society was set in 1884.
  • Cow Protection Society was formed in 1880.
  • The Government of India Act 1935 gave the right of vote to women in subcontinent for the first time.

Famous Islands in the World | Important MCQS Questions

 Famous Islands in the World

Followings islands are commonly questioned in many competitive exams in Pakistan.

  • St. Helena is in Atlantic Ocean.
    Largest island in Indian Ocean is Madagascar.
    • Sumatra is an island in Indonesia.
    The largest island in the world Greenland is located in North America.
    • Greenland is geographically in America but politically in Europe.
    • Kalaalit Nunaat (Greenland) Island (Denmark), the largest island is in North Atlantic
    • New Guinea is world’s second largest island.
    • Virgin Island is a group of 100 Island in W.Indies.
    • Canary Island is in Spain.
    • The largest Island in the Mediterranean Sea is Sicily.
    • Malaqasv (Madagascar) is in Indian Ocean.
    • Baffin is in North Atlantic Ocean (Canadian).
    • Sumatra is in Northest Indian Ocean (Indonesia).
    • New Zealand is in South Pacific Ocean.
    • Borneo Island is in Pacific Ocean.
    • Honshu Island is in North West Pacific.
    • Great Britain Island is in North Atlantic.
    • Victoria Island is in Arctic Ocean.
    • Baffin Island is in Atlantic Ocean.
    • Ellesmere Island is in Arctic Ocean.
    • Galapagos Islands are in Pacific Ocean.
    • Indonesia consists of 17,508– 18,306 islandsislands.
  • World’s largest Delta is Sunderlands (India).
    • Paracel Islands are of…. china vs Vietnam
    • Which country owns the Hen and Chicken islands: North island New Zealand
    • Indian city Mumbai consists of seven islands.
    • The famous Island located at the mouth of the Hudson river is Manhattan
    • Sugar Island is the located at the confluence of Ganga and the Bay of Bengal.
    • Cathy Pacific is an island.


Famous Deserts in the World | Important MCQS for Exam

Famous Deserts in the World MCQA

Followings are some famous deserts in the world and in Pakistan. Questions about these deserts are often asked in many examination of PPSC, FPSC and NTS.

  • •Thar desert is located in Northwest India and East Pakistan
    • Dsht-i-Lut desert is in Iran.
    The world’s largest desert Sahara is located in Africa.
    • Rub Alkali desert is in Saudi Arabia.
    • Kalhari desert is in South Africa.
    • Gobi desert is in Mongolia & China.
    • The Atacama Desert is located in North Chile, South America.
    • What is the world’s oldest desert – country named after it-Namib
    • Namib Desert is in South-West Africa.
    • Simpson Desert is in Australia.
    • Great Victoria Desert is in Australia.
    • Kalhari desert is in South Africa.
    • Arabian Desert is in Egypt.
    • Death Valley desert is in California.
    • Gibson Desert is in Australia.
    • Great Sandy Desert is in Australia.
    • Karakum desert is in Turkmenistan.
    • Kavir Dasht Davir desert is in Iran.
    • Nafud desert is in Saudi Arabia.
    • Rub-el-Khali desert is in South Arabian peninsula.
    • Sonoran desert is in Arizona to Mexico.
    • Taklimankan is desert in China.
    Deserts in Asia are: Gobi, Karakum, Rub-al-Khali, Takla makan.
    • Takla Makan desert is in Xinjing (China).
    Deserts in Africa are: Kalhari, Namib, and Sahara.


National Accountability Burea NAB | Syllabus of NAB Seats

NAB Test on NTS/ Syllabus Details 

NAB has announced various post of BPS 18,17, and 16. Candidates, who have submitted their applications after fulfilling the required criteria will appear in the written exam of NTS. According to the announcement, several jobs at the post of Dy. Director, Assistant, Director, Junior Investigation Officer and Stenographer are available nation wide. We have uploaded the paper pattern after analyzing the post trends of the exams.

  1. Additional Director BPS 19

            M.C.QS = 100 Marks.

            English = 20

            Analytical reasoning = 20

            Quantative = 10

            General Knowledge = 10

            Job related Questions = 30

  1. Deputy Director BPS = 18

            MCQs                                              100

            English = 20

            Analytical Reasoning                       = 20

            Quantative                                       10

            General Knowledge                         10

            IQ                                                     10

            Job related Questions                       30

  1. Assistant Director BPS = 17

            Analytical Reasoning                       15

            General Knowledge                         15

            IQ                                                     15

            Current Affairs                                10

            Subject Related                                20

  1. Junior Investigation Officer BPS-16

            MCQs                                              100

            English                                             40

            Analytical Reasoning                       20

            General Knowledge                         15

            IQ                                                     15

  1. Stenographer BPS-15

            Technical Skill                                  70

            MCQs                                              30

  1. Assistant BPS-14

            MCQs                                              100

            Pakistan Studies                               10

            Islamiat                                            10

            General Knowledge                         10

            Computer                                         40

            English                                             30

  1. Steno Typist BPS-12

            Technical Skills                                70

            MCQs                                              30

  1. UDC BPS-9

            MCQs                                              100 marks

            English                                             25

            General Knowledge                         15

            Pakistan Studies                               10

            Islamiat                                            10

            IQ                                                     10

            Computer                                         10

  1. LDC BPS-07

            MCQs                                              80

            Technical Skills                                20

Click on link given below to check if your application is accepted or rejected for the said post.

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Top Ten Ways to Pass a Competitive Exams

Top Ten Ways to Pass Competitive Exams

Competitive exams in Pakistan are considered as a key to prestigious government jobs. However they are being held at provincial as well as federal level. At federal level you are suppose to compete at national level whereas at provincial level you are suppose to compete at province level. Yet you always need a proper guidance for the preparation of competitive exams. Here are some tips given to prepare you among the achievers.

Top Ten ways to pass Competitive Exam picture

1) Understanding exams

First you need to understand the real soul of exam in order to pass it out. These exams are entirely different from routine academic exams. There is no suppli, compart or repition .you got some defined usually three attempts in a defined period of time. After attempting if you fail, you will go for another attempt. After exhausting your all 3 attempts or passing your age limits you will not be able to attempt the same exam however you can go for another exam.

2) Exam trends

These exams have certain trends of scoring. If you are attempting an exam that is of 1200 marks you need to examine the subjects that provide you maximum scores despite the fact of you academic qualifications. If you are attempting MCQs paper you need to study past year papers.

3) Make timetable

You need to make a proper time table according to the time you have. Study subject wise and according to the pattern of the exam. The time table must have all the ingredients that can make you successful.

4) Test yourself

After studying your subjects thoroughly you needs to examine yourself. You cannot say that you well equipped without being tested by some one else. You must meet someone individually and take test solely to be administered in a proper way.

5) Don’t rely solely on academies

Academies have their business. They usually guide you according to their available faculty. Do proceed for the second opinion if you want to be successful. But it doesn’t mean that you boycott the academies. Do visit them to know the latest trends and strength of competition.

6) Gain information

Competitive exam does not meant for crammers. You need to know the routine general knowledge and information. The more you know, the more you succeed. You have to give a bird eye view to news papers and news channels.

7) Analyze happenings

Daily happenings are important for the aspirant of competitive exams. You must not ignore them and clearly you must learn to analyze the happenings in a proper way. Don’t be to much optimistic or pessimist but stay in a middle otherwise you will get the tag.

8) Avoid short cuts

Passing competitive exam is not a child’s play. You have to work hard by deciding you work hours. It is important to work on a defined time table. Let me clearly mentioned that there is no short cut to success.

9) Stay calm and connected

It happens often that you find it impossible to qualify the exam in your first attempt. In that context don’t lose your heart and remember that in a great attempt you always learn something

10) Paper phobia

Remember when you are going to attempt the exam there is no need to cram things again and again. You have prepared completely and there is no need to be depressed by the people who are holding volumous books. Stay calm and walk towards success.