Political Science – 2000
Solved MCQs

Paper-I



(1) Leviathan was written by:

(a) Hegel
(b) James Mill
(c) Hobbes
(d) J.S. Mill
(e) None of these.


(2) Founder of utilitarian school of thought was:

(a) Edmund Burk
(b) Hume
(c) J.S. Mill
(d) James Mill
(e) None of these. Jeremy Bentham


(3) Locke laid down that state is:

(a) An end in itself
(b) Means to an end
(c) Unavoidable evil
(d) Legal necessity
(e) None of these.


(4) Rousseau’s political philosophy furnished basis for:

(a) Political sovereignty
(b) Limited sovereignty
(c) Popular sovereignty
(d) Absolute sovereignty
(e) None of these.


(5) How many essentials are required to constitute a state?

(a) Three
(b) Four
(c) Five
(d) Six
(e) None of these.


6) Laissez Faire policy means:

(a) Withdrawal of ‘some restrictions’
(b) Fair legislation
(c) Control over trade
(d) Control over industry
(e) None of these.


(7) Materialistic interpretation of history was propounded by:

(a) Trotsky
(b) Lenin
(c) Bolsheviks
(d) Mensheviks
(e) None of these. (Karl Marx)


(8) Fascism as a political theory originated in:

(a) France
(b) Germany
(c) Italy
(d) Russia
(e) None of these.


(9) Plato wrote:

(a) Politics
(b) The Laws
(c) Political Economy
(d) Polity
(e) None of these.


(10) Al-Mauwardi wrote:

(a) Ahkamul Sultaniya
(b) Siyasatnama
(c) Sayarul Muluk
(d) Ahyaul Ulum
(e) None of ‘these.


(11) Strong emphasis on justice was laid by:

(a) Socrates
(b) Aristotle
(c) Herodotus
(d) Stoics
(e) None of these.


(12) The Spirit of Laws was written by:

(a) John Locke
(b) J.S. Mill
(.c) Hume
(d) Edmund Burk
(e) None of these. (Montesquieu)


(13) God has made this world "a place for work and labour" is the famous quotation of:

(a) Al—Mauwardi
(b) Al-Farabi
(c) Nizamul Mulk Tusi
(d) Al-Ghazali
(e) None of these.


(14) ‘Felicific Calculus’ was the contribution of:

(a) Bentham
(b) Aristotle
(c) Plato
(d) J. S. Mill
(e) None of these.


(15) The theory of ‘Group Mind’ was enunciated by:

(a) Al-Mauwardi
(b) Ibn-i-Khaldun
(c) Al-Ghazali
(d) Al-Farabi
(e) None of these.


(16) The theory of ‘Surplus Value’ as a part of communistic philosophy was the contribution of:

(a) Karl Marx
(b) Trotsky
(c) Fredrick Angel
(d) Recordo
(e) None of these.


(17) Hobbian social contract is based on:

(a) Desire for peace
(b) Selfishness
(c) Fear
(d) Completion
(e) None of these.


(18) Importance of civil service has grown due to:

(a) Population growth
(b) Increased state activity
(c) Complexity of rules and regulations
(d) Law and order requirement
(e) None of these.


(19) Which political theory propounded that state will ultimately disappear:

(a) Syndacatism
(b) Fabian socialism
(c) Fascism
(d) Communism
(e) None of these.


(20) According to Aristotle the end of state is:

(a) Legal
(b) Social
(c) Ethical
(d) Economic
(e) None of these.

Political Science – 2000
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(1) Scientific Society was established by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan in 1864.

(2) Who became the first Muslim President of Indian National Congress? Badaruddin Taiyabji

(3) From 1858 to 1947, the British Government appointed 23 Viceroys in India.

(4) Sind was separated from Bombay in 1936.

(5) Who was the author of Pirpur Report? Nawab Mohammad Ismail Khan, Raja of Pirpur

(6) Who suggested the title of ‘The Quaid-i-Azam’? Maoulana Mazhar-ud-din

(7) When ladies were invited to participate in the Muslim League by the Quaid-i-Azam?

(8) Who named Lahore Resolution as Pakistan Resolution first?

(9) The Quaid-i-Azam resigned from the membership of Imperial Legislative Council on account Rowlat Act.

(10) The ‘Constitution of 1956 of’ Pakistan’ consisted of 234 articles.

(11) The Constitution of 1962 of Pakistan consisted of 250 articles.

(12) The 1982 Constitution of Turkey comprises of 177 articles. -

(13) The English Constitution is a dynamic organism.

(14) In England the Queen reins but does not govern.

(15) Civil Servant thrives under the cloak of ministerial responsibility".

(16) The American Supreme Court is the third chamber of the Congress.

(17) The Presidium is an interesting innovation of the Soviet Constitution..

(18) The Indian Constitution has set up democratic federal government.

(19) "The highest organ of State power in former USSR was the Supreme Soviet.

(20) The Stalin Constitution had created "a ___________ in form but not in fact".

Political Science – 2001
Solved MCQs

Paper-I


(1) Interest groups always try to:

(a) Gain political power directly
(b) Influence the exercise of power
(c) Both ‘a’ and ‘b’
(d) None of these


(2) Author of the book ‘Capital’ is”:

(a) Karl Marx
(b) Lenin
(c) Mao
(d) None of these


(3) A voluntary union of sovereign and independent states is called:

(a) Federation
(b) Confederation
(c) Unitary State
(d) None of these


(4) Author of the book ‘Leviathan’ is:

(a) Thomas Hobbes
(b) John Locke
(c) Rousseau
(d) None of these


(5) “Reconstruction of Religion Thought in Islam” is written by:

(a) Syed Amir Ali
(b) Allama Iqbal
(c) Hamid Ahmad
(d) None of these


(6) The author of the book ‘Statesman’ is:

(a) Aristotle
(b) Machiavelli
(c) Plato
(d) None of these


(7) “Justice is giving everyone his due” is said by:

(a) Rousseau
(b) Hobbes
(c) Aristotle
(d) None of these


(8) The dissolution of Khilafat and the establishment of ‘Grand National Assembly” in Turkey was highly appreciated by:

(a) Allama Iqbal
(b) Maulana Shokat Ali
(c) Mohammad Ali Jinnah
(d) None of these


(9) Author of the Book ‘Spirit of Islam” is:

(a) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
(b) Abdul Kalam Azad
(c) Syed Amir Ali
(d) None of these


(10) The concept of ‘Separation of Powers’ was given by:

(a) Montesquieu
(b) Machiavelli
(c) Bentham
(d) None of these


(11) Which of the political philosophers was more admitted by the American Founding Fathers, and his thoughts on the importance of private property were reflected in the drafting and historical development of the American Constitution.

(a) John Locke
(b) Thomas Hobbes
(c) Rousseau
(d) None of these


(12) According to Aristotle which is the best amongst the Perverted form of the ideal states:

(a) Tyranny
(b) Oligarchy
(c) Democracy
(d) None of these


(13) Who said “Law is the command of a determinate sovereign”?

(a) John Austin
(b) Laski
(c) Bentham
(d) None of these


(14) “Only the will of the sovereign can be the source of law”. Who said it?

(a) John Hobbes
(b) John Austin
(c) Groutious
(d) None of these


(15) Those who are active against the very existence of state are known as:

(a) Fascists
(b) Anarchists
(c) Socialists
(d) None of these


(16) The concept of ‘Surplus Value’ is given by:

(a) Mao
(b) Lenin
(c) Marx
(d) None of these


(17) In Plato’s Ideal State, one reaches at the pinnacle of the State order at the age of:

(a) 35
(b) 40
(c) 50
(d) None of these (50)


(18) Which one is the ‘supreme law of the land in USA’?

(a) Constitutional Law
(b) General Law
(c) International Law
(d) None of these


(19) The system of ‘Basic Democracies’ was introduced by:

(a) Gen. Yahya Khan
(b) Gen. Zia-ul-Haq
(c) Z. A. Bhutto
(d) None of these


(20) Fascism as a theory originated in:

(a) Germany
(b) Russia
(c) Italy
(d) None of these

Political Science – 2001
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Paper-II


(1) The Objective Resolution was adopted in:

(a) 1947
(b) 1949
(c) 1951
(d) None of these


(2) Simla delegation was led by:

(a) Sir Agha Khan
(b) Sir Sayyed
(c) Maulana Shibly Noamani
(d) None of these


(3) This is the parting of ways was said by:

(a) Quaid e Azam
(b) Allama Iqbal
(c) Pandit Nehru
(d) None of these


(4) Pakistan became Republic in:

(a) 1947
(b) 1949
(c) 1951
(d) None of these : 1956


(5) The quorum of House of Commons is:

(a) 20 members
(b) 30 members
(c) 40 members
(d) None of these


(6) The Supreme Court of Pakistan comprises:

(a) 9 judges
(b) 11 judges
(c) 13 judges(d) None of these


(7) The Indian parliament is:

(a) Unicameral
(b) Bicameral
(c) Tricameral
(d) None of these


(8) The American Senate comprises:

(a) 99 Senators
(b) 100 Senators
(c) 101 Senators
(d) None of these


(9) In Pakistan, the Constitution has been abrogated:

(a) Once
(b) Twice
(c) Thrice
(d) None of these


(10) The tenure of French President is fixed at:

(a) 5 years
(b) 7 years
(c) 9 years
(d) None of these


(11) Turkish Government is:

(a) Democratic
(b) Dictatorial
(c) Monarchial
(d) None of these


(12) Cultural Revolution in China was aimed at reforming of:
(a) Communist Party
(b) Bureaucracy
(c) Red Army
(d) None of these


(13) The Islamic Revolution in Iran ushered in:

(a) Military rule
(b) Clergy’s rule
(c) People’s rule
(d) None of these


(14) People’s Republic of China was established in:

(a) 1949
(b) 1950
(c) 1951
(d) None of these


(15) Power in the Soviet Union rested with the:

(a) Supreme Soviet
(b) Communist Party
(c) Presidium
(d) None of these


(16) The House of Lords is predominantly:

(a) Elected
(b) Appointed
(c) Hereditary
(d) None of these


(17) The Soviet Union was established in:

(a) 1917
(b) 1919
(c) 1921
(d) None of these


(18) The USA was founded in:

(a) 1789
(b) 1791
(c) 1793
(d) None of these


(19) The Electoral College in US comprises:

(a) 535 Electors
(b) 538 Electors
(c) 541 Electors
(d) None of these


(20) Eighth Amendment was adopted in the Constitution of Pakistan in:

(a) 1985
(b) 1986
(c) 1987
(d) None of these

Political Science – 2002
Solved MCQs

Paper-I


(1) “An essay concerning Human Understanding” is written by:

(a) Thomas Hobbes
(b) John Locke
(c) J. J. Rousseau
(d) None of these

(2) The father had planned a legal for his son but the son had no inclination towards that. Who was the son?

(a) Aristotle
(b) Machiavelli
(c) John Locke
(d) None of these

(3) “The spirit of Law” is divisible into six parts; total number of volumes of this book are:

(a) 30
(b) 31
(c) 32
(d) None of these

(4) “Political Science begins and ends with the state” is said by:

(a) Paul Janct
(b) Stephen Leacock
(c) Professor Garner
(d) None of these

(5) Thyau’l-Ulum was the chief work of:

(a) Al Farabi
(b) Al Manwardi
(c) Al Ghazali
(d) None of these

(6) According to Aristotle which is the bad government of the rich:

(a) Tyranny
(b) Oligarchy
(c) Democracy
(d) None of these

(7) Constitutional classified as rigid and flexible in a book titled “Studies in History and Jurisprudence” was written by:

(a) Gilchrist
(b) T. H. Green
(c) Lord Bryce
(d) None of these

(8) “Wealth of Nations” was written by”

(a) John Stuart Mill
(b) Jerry Bentham
(c) Adam Smith
(d) None of these

(9) Aristotle is the original name of:

(a) Plato
(b) Aristotle
(c) Machiavelli
(d) None of these

(10) Which of these books represents the scheme of Plato’s Philosophy?

(a) The Politics
(b) The Republic
(c) The Laws
(d) None of these

(11) “Muqaddamah” was the great work of:

(a) Ibn Khuldun
(b) Al Maawardi
(c) Nizam-ul-Mulk
(d) None of these

(12) “Asabiyah” was enunciated by:

(a) Al-Ghazali
(b) Al-Maawardi
(c) Al-Farabi
(d) None of these (Ibn-e-Khaldun)

(13) “Theory of Divine Right of King” was presented by King James of England in century:
(a) 16th
(b) 17th
(c) 18th
(d) None of these

(14) “To rule is to educate” is said by:

(a) Muhammad (SAW)
(b) Al - Ghazali
(c) Allama Iqbal
(d) None of these (Plato)

(15) A discourse on the origin of Inequality and the social contract was presented by:

(a) Rousseau
(b) Hobbes
(c) John Locke
(d) None of these

(16) Sovereignty is which one of the following bases of the state:

(a) Physical
(b) Natural
(c) Spiritual
(d) None of these

(17) Law is “the body of Principles recognized and applied by the state in the administration of justice” is said by:

(a) Holland
(b) Green
(c) Salmond
(d) None of these

(18) The term Propaganda acquired derogatory sense:

(a) Before World War I
(b) During World War I
(c) After World War I
(d) None of these

(19) The word “polis” means:

(a) Civilized people
(b) Form of government
(c) A city state
(d) None of these

(20) In which century Austinian theory of Sovereignty was refuted by Pluralists?

(a) 18th
(b) 19th
(c) 20th
(d) None of these

Political Science – 2002
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(1) Originally total number of States of USA was:

(a) 13
(b) 18
(c) 20
(d) None of these:

(2) The first government of US was based on the articles of:

(a) Federation
(b) Confederation
(c) Unitary State
(d) None of these

(3) US constitution consists of Articles:

(a) 7
(b) 15
(c) 20
(d) None of these

(4) Members of Washington DC in the Electoral College for the Presidential Elections in America are:

(a) 2
(b) 4
(c) 1
(d) None of these (3)

(5) The first American President was:

(a) Abraham Lincoln
(b) George Washington
(c) James Madison
(d) None of these

(6) Total amendments in the US Constitution are:

(a) 16
(b) 26
(c) 27
(d) None of these

(7) The dissolution of Khilafat and the establishment of ‘Grand National Assembly’ in Turkey was highly appreciated by:

(a) Allama Iqbal
(b) Maulana Shokat Ali
(c) Muhammad Ali Jinnah
(d) None of these

(8) Ideological foundations of Turkish Constitution are based on:

(a) Kamalism
(b) Socialism
(c) Islam
(d) None of these

(9) The title “Ambassador of Hindu – Muslim Unity” was given to Mr. Jinnah by:

(a) Mustafa Kamal
(b) Sarojini Naidu
(c) Allama Iqbal
(d) None of these

(10) The concept of ‘Separation of Powers’ in US Constitution was taken from:

(a) Montesquieu
(b) Machiavelli
(c) Bentham
(d) None of these

(11) Islam was declared as the “State Religion” in Pakistan’s Constitution of:

(a) 1962
(b) 1973
(c) 1985
(d) None of these

(12) All types of explanation were to be eliminated according to Pakistan’s Constitution of:

(a) 1956
(b) 1962
(c) 1973
(d) None of these

(13) When the British Government in India cancelled the separation of Bengal?

(a) 1905
(b) 1911
(c) 1915
(d) None of these

(14) “If the president dissolves the legislature, he himself shall have to be re-elected. It was mentioned in Pakistan’s Constitution of:

(a) 1956
(b) 1962
(c) 1973
(d) None of these

(15) French System of government is:

(a) Presidential
(b) Parliamentary
(c) Mixed
(d) None of these

(16) The first document of English liberties, Magna Carta was signed by King John in:

(a) 1215
(b) 1649
(c) 1688
(d) None of these

(17) The British Constitution can be amended by the Parliament with:

(a) Simple majority
(b) 2/3 majority
(c) ¾ majority
(d) None of these

(18) Peoples Republic of China came into being in:

(a) 1946
(b) 1949
(c) 1950
(d) None of these



(19) Indian President is elected by:

(a) Parliament
(b) Provincial Assemblies
(c) Parliament and Provincial Assemblies
(d) None of these

(20) Commune system is a part of the political system of:

(a) China
(b) India
(c) USA
(d) None of these

Political Science – 2003
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(1) The writer of Social Contract and the Islamic State is:

(a) Ilyas Ahmad
(b) Ibn Khuldun
(c) Iqbal
(d) None of these

(2) Who is the author of “Politics in Pakistan: The Nature and Direction of Change”?

(a) Khaild B Sayeed
(b) Ilyas Ahmad
(c) Hafeezur Rehman
(d) None of these

(3) “Quaradae-e-Maqasid se Islamic Qanoon Tuk” is written by:

(a) Hafeezur Rehman
(b) Khaild B Sayeed
(c) Ilyas Ahmad
(d) None of these

(4) George H. Sabine is the author of:

(a) A history of Political Theory
(b) Republic
(c) The spirit
(d) None of these

(5) Plato is the author of:

(a) Republic
(b) Social Contract
(c) History of Political Thought
(d) None of these

(6) The idea that “Virtue is knowledge” is attributed to:

(a) Aristotle
(b) Plato
(c) Montesquieu
(d) None of these( Socrates )

(7) ‘Political Science begins and ends with the state’ is said by:

(a) Aristotle
(b) Professor Garner
(c) Paul Janet
(d) None of these

(8) ‘The city of god’ is the work of:

(a) Aquinas
(b) St. Augustine
(c) Austin
(d) None of these

(9) The ideas of Aristotle are more acceptable to the West than Plato’s because he propagated:

(a) Rule of law
(b) Democracy
(c) Tyranny
(d) None of these

(10) He is known as the founding father of Utilitarianism:

(a) James Mill
(b) Jeremy Bentham
(c) C. Wright Mills
(d) None of these

(11) Ahya ul ulum is the work of:

(a) Al Farabi
(b) Al Mawardi
(c) Al Ghazali
(d) None of these

(12) He is famous for his work “Muqaddameh”:

(a) Ibn Taimiyah
(b) Nizamul Mulk
(c) Ibn Khuldun
(d) None of these

(13) The Bolshevik movement in Russia was led by:

(a) Stalin
(b) Trotsky
(c) Lenin
(d) None of these

(14) He is known as the major theorist of bureaucracy:

(a) Burk
(b) Dahl
(c) Max Weber
(d) None of these

(15) Cultural Revolution in China was launched under the leadership of:

(a) Chou-en-lai
(b) Lin Piao
(c) Mao dzedung
(d) None of these

(16) Collective responsibility is a feature of:

(a) Parliamentary form
(b) Presidential form
(c) Dictatorship
(d) None of these

(17) Decentralization is a feature of:

(a) Federal System
(b) Autocraticship system
(c) Unitary system
(d) None of these

(18) Dictatorship of the Proletariat is one of the concepts of:

(a) Karl Marx
(b) Max Weber
(c) Maodzedung
(d) None of these

(19) The general Will is the political concept of:

(a) J. J. Rousseau
(b) Hobbes
(c) Locke
(d) None of these

(20) ‘Leviathan’ is written by:

(a) Thomas Hobbes
(b) Hegel
(c) Locke
(d) None of these

Political Science – 2003
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Paper-II


(1) Who was named the first leader of the opposition in Ayub Khan’s constituted first national assembly?

(a) Sardar Bahadur Khan
(b) Mumtaz Daultana
(c) Muhammad Hussain Chatta
(d) Maulana Tamizuddin Khan
(e) Khwaja Nazimuddin
(f) None of these (Mr. Yousaf Khattak)

(2) Who is the author of the book, ‘Friends not master’?

(a) Ayub Khan
(b) Altaf Gauhar
(c) Sharifuddin Pirzada
(d) Helen Bolitho
(e) Ch. Muhammad Ali
(f) None of these

(3) “Myth of Independence” was written by:

(a) Shariful Mujahid
(b) Ayub Khan
(c) Z. A. Bhutto
(d) Ch. M. Ali
(e) Kh. Nazimuddin
(f) None of these

(4) The last Speaker of the National Assembly during Ayub’s government was:

(a) Khan A. Sabur
(b) Sheikh Mujibur Rehman
(c) Zahoor Khan
(d) Abdul Jabbar Khan
(e) Monim Khan
(f) None of these

(5) Who was the President of US during the Cuban Missile crisis of 1962?

(a) Richard Nixon
(b) J. F. Kennedy
(c) Truman
(d) Eisenhower
(e) L. B. Johnson
(f) None of these

(6) Who was the prime minister of India during the 1965 war between Pakistan and India?

(a) Jawahar Lal Nehru
(b) Morarji Desai
(c) Lal Bahadur Shastri
(d) Indira Gandhi
(e) Zakir Hussain
(f) None of these

(7) Who was the mover of the Lahore Resolution of 1940?

(a) Ch. Mohammad Ali
(b) Liaquat Ali Khan
(c) A. K. Fazalul Haq
(d) Khawaja Shahabuddin
(e) Hussain Shaheed Suharwardy
(f) None of these

(8) Who was called the ambassador of Hindu Muslim Unity?

(a) Moti Lal Nehru
(b) Abdul Kalam Azad
(c) Mahatama Gandhi
(d) Muhammad Ali Jauhar
(e) Muhammad Ali Jinnah
(f) None of these

(9) Who is the author of the famous book, ‘The Spirit of Islam?

(a) Muhammad Iqbal
(b) Justice Amir Ali
(c) Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
(d) Hali
(e) Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar
(f) None of these

(10) Who was the architect of the Luckhnow Pact of 1916, between Congress and Muslim League?

(a) Sardar Patel
(b) Nehru
(c) Iqbal
(d) C. R. Daas
(e) Gandhi
(f) None of these

(11) What was the total number of seats in the national assembly under the 1962 constitution?

(a) 100
(b) 150
(c) 300
(d) 200
(e) 220
(f) None of these (156 and then 218)

(12) Who was the president of Pakistan during the India China war of 1962?

(a) Ghulam Mohammad
(b) Iskandar Mirza
(c) Ch. Muhammad Ali
(d) Ayub Khan
(e) Mushtaq Gurmani
(f) None of these

(13) Name the author of the book “The great tragedy” and “Myth of Independence”:

(a) Z. A. Bhutto
(b) S. M. Zafar
(c) Shahid Javed Burki
(d) Ayub Khan
(e) Altaf Gohar
(f) None of these

(14) Who was the president of the US during the 1991 Iraq – Kuwait conflict?

(a) G. W. Bush
(b) Clinton
(c) Richard Nixon
(d) Jimmy Carter
(e) Ronal Regan
(f) None of these (George Herbert Walker Bush)

(15) Who was the Prime Minister of India during the 1971 crisis?

(a) Lal Bahadur Shastri
(b) Morarji Desai
(c) Indhra Gandhi
(d) Rajiv Gandhi
(e) Zakir Hussain
(f) None of these

(16) What was the year in which the Shah of Iran was overthrown?

(a) 1989
(b) 1992
(c) 1979
(d) 1976
(e) 1980
(f) None of these

(17) Who was the Governor General of India during the 1st Indo Pakistan conflict over Kashmir in 1948?

(a) Zahir Hussain
(b) Lord Mountbatten
(c) Krishna Menon
(d) Mahatama Gandhi
(e) Jawaherlal Nehre
(f) None of these

(18) China became a communist state under Maozedong in the year:

(a) 1948
(b) 1949
(c) 1947
(d) 1950
(e) 1951
(f) None of these

(19) Muslim League was formed in the year:

(a) 1906
(b) 1901
(c) 1911
(d) 1905
(e) 1909
(f) None of these

(20) Quaid e Azam joined Muslim League in the year:

(a) 1913
(b) 1914
(c) 1917
(d) 1919
(e) 1921
(f) None of these

Political Science – 2004
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Paper-I


(1) According to Aristotle the end of State is:-

(a) Logical
(b) Legal
(c) Ethical
(d) None of these

(2) Al-Farabi by birth was:-

(a) Afghani
(b) Irani
(c) Turk
(d) None of these

(3) Al-Mawardi was a jurist who followed the fiqah of:

(a) Imam Malik
(b) Imam Shafi
(c) Imam Abu Hanifa
(d) None of these

(4) Jean Jacques Rousseau was born at:

(a) London
(b) Paris
(c) Geneva
(d) None of these

(5) According to John Locke, the best form of Government is:

(a) Monarchy
(b) Aristocracy
(c) Democracy
(d) None of these

(6) The term, "anarchism" has been derived from and word 'anarchia' which is basically a:

(a) Greek word
(b) Latin word
(c) French word
(d) None of these

(7) Anarchism is the extrerhe left wing of Socialism. It was first expounded as political doctrine by:

(a) William Godwin
(b) Prince Kropotkin
(c) Proudhon
(d) None of these

(8) "Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation (1789)" Was written by:

(a) Jeremy Bentham
(b) J.S. Mill
(c) John Locke
(d) None of these

(9) "Iqtisad-Fil-Itiqad" was written by:

(a) Al-Mawardi
(b) AI-Farabi
(c) AI-Ghazali
(d) None of these

(10) "SiyaSat Namahr" was written by:

(a) Nizam-ul-Mulk
(b) AI-Ghazali
(c) Ibn-Khaldun (
d) None of these

(11) "Ilmul-Iqtisad" was written by:

(a) AI-Ghazali
(b) AI-Mawardi
(c) Allama Iqbal
(d) None of these

(12) "Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam" was written by:

(a) Rosenthal
(b) Mawardi
(c) Ibn-Khuldun

(d) None of these (Iqbal)

(13) A Discourse on the origin of Inequality and Social Contract was presented by:

(a) Hobbes
(b) Locke
(c) Rousseau
(d) None of these

(14) According to Allama Iqbal in which form of Government heads are counted:

(a) Oligarchy
(b) Democracy
(c) Polity
(d) None of these

(15) The turning point in the life of Plato came in the years 399 BC, when he was of:

(a) 28 years
(b) 20 years
(c) 24 years
(d) None of these

(16) The Great Political Scientist/Philosopher Aristocles died in the year:

(a) 347 BC
(b) 322 BC
(c) 304 BC
(d) None of these

(17) Plato went to Syracuse to teach philosophy to the tyrant Kind Dionysus but returned disappointed and opened his Academy. He wrote treatises in the form of dialogue upto the number of:

(a) 32
(b) 36
(c) 38
(d) None of these

(18) ' The Great but ungrateful pupil of his Master who was born in 384 BC was:

(a) Socrates
(b) Aristotle
(c) Aristotle
(d) None of these

(19) The Fascism of Plato got birth in 4th Century BC, whereas the modern Fascism is the Product of early:
(a) 18th Century
(b) 19th Century
(c) 20th Century
(d) None of these

(20) "An Essay Concerning Human understanding" was published in 1690, is.the most important work of:

(a) JSMill ,
(b) Bentham
(c) Thomas Hobbes
(d) None of these

Political Science – 2004
Solved MCQs
Paper-II


(1) Who wrote the following books: (6)


(a) Pakistan. The Heart of Asia: Liaquat Ali Khan
(b) Jinnah of Pakistan: Stanley Wolpert
(c) Bush at War: Bob Woodward
(d) The End of India: Khushwant Singh
(e) Last Days of British Raj in India: Leonard Mosley
(f) Muslim Separatism in India: Abdul Hamid

(2) Write down the title of the Constitution of Pakistan. (1)
http://www.pakistanconstitution-law....d+commencement

(3) How many are the articles in the un-amended Constitution of 1973:

(a) 208
(b) 320
(c) 280
(d) 289
(e) None of these

(4) How many articles were changed in the 8lh amendment:

(a) 100
(b) 89
(c) 90
(d) 70
(e) None of these

(5) Name One Judge who represented Pakistan in the Red Cliff Commission: (1)

(6) What these initials stand for: (5)

(a) DGPR – Director General Public Relations
(b) IPRI – Islamabad Policy Research Institute
(c) IRSA – Indus River System Authority
(d) Ex-Com – Executive Committee
(e) LFO – Legal Frame work Order.

(7) Name the President during whose tenure Americans were kept hostages in Iran: (1)

(a) Reagan
(b) Ford
(c) Jimmy Carter
(d) Clinton
(e) None of these

(8) Downing street is known for: (1)


(a) One. of the palaces of the Queen
(b) Parliament House
(c) Residence of the Prime Minister
(d) 'Office of the Speaker of the» House Commons.

(9) Statue of Liberty was given to USA by: (1)

(a) Britain
(b) France
(c) Canada
(d) Italy
(e) None of these


(10) Kamal Ata Turk was the: (1)

(a) King
(b) Prime Minister
(c) President
(d) Khalifa of Turkey
(e) None of these