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AJK PSC Assistant Commissioner, Section Officer, Assistant Superintendent Police Exam August 2015 Preparation Past / Sample Papers

AJK PSC Assistant Commissioner, Section Officer, Assistant Superintendent Police  Exam August 2015 Preparation Past / Sample Papers

Azad Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission
Competitive examination for the post of Assistant Commissioner/ Section
Officer (B-17)
Subject English Paper English (Essay)
Time Allowed 2 hours
Maximum Marks: 50
Note: – Write an extensive essay of about 150 lines on one of the following topics;
1. RELIGIOUS EXTREMISM AND MILITANCY.
2. CLASH OF CIVILIZATION
3. GLOBAL WARMING.
4. HOW TO OVERCOME ENERGY CRISIS IN PAKISTAN

 

Azad Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission
Competitive examination for the post of Assistant Commissioner/ Section
Officer (B-17)
Subject Current Affairs Paper General Knowledge-II
Time Allowed: 3 hours
Maximum Marks: 100
Note Attempt any five questions. All questions carry equal marks.
1. What were the factors which prompted Pakistan to join group of nations fighting war against terrorism.
2. Write a detailed note on Indo-Israeli defece ties in the Line of Control Scenario.
3. Explain Global initiative to combat nuclear terrorism. Describe the impact of Pakistan’s participation in this plan.
4. Describe the main factors of Pakistan’s foreign policy during recent years.
5. Give a detailed account of tribes and warlords in Southern Afghanistan during the years, 1980 to 2005. Also refer to their influence in other parts of the country.
6. Bring out the role of invading force, in Iraq and find out causes of recent insurgencies and sectarian violence there.
7. Give causes and factors responsible for the situation in southern Sudan.

 

Azad Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission
Competitive examination for the post of Assistant Commissioner/ Section
Officer (B-17)
Subject
Every Day Science
Time Allowed: 3 hours

Maximum Marks: 100
Note Attempt any five questions. All questions carry equal marks.
Q1. What are pesticides? Explain how these are dangerous to human beings? 2+8.
Q2. Explain briefly the difference between 2each
i) Brass and Bronze
ii) Gallon and Barrel
iii) Cyclone and Anticyclone
iv) Hurricane and Tornado
v) Afforestation and Deforestation
Q 3. Give the Scientific Reasoning of the following 2each
i) Wet objects dry faster at the mountain top.
ii) A layer of perfume on the skin produces a cooling effect.
iii) Walnuts can be broken in the hand by squeezing two together but not one. Why?
Q 4. Write brief about the following (answer in three or four sentences) 2each.
i) Mach
ii) Boric acid
iii) Quartz
iv) Optic Fiber
v) Sound Barrier
Q 5. Name the 1 each
i) Ore of mercury metal
ii) Desert mammal which does not drink water
iii) Element which is abundantly present in the human body.
iv) Device which converts the sound energy into electrical energy.
v) Alloy consisting of Cu, Zu, Ni.
vi) Scientist who discovered magnetism.
vii) Astronaut who first landed on the surface of the moon.
viii) Solution which can dissolve gold.
ix) Device with which the variation of blood flow can be heard.
x) Metal known as quick sliver.
Q 6 Which causes the following disease? 2 each
i) Parkinson’s Disease
ii) Scurvy
Azad Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission
Competitive examination for the post of Assistant Commissioner/ Section
Officer (B-17)
iii) Alzheimer’s Disease
iv) Syphilis
v) Tetanus
Q 7. Give the most important function of any five of the following 2each
i) Gall bladder
ii) Bladder
iii) Spleen
iv) Bile Duct
v) Adrenal Cortex
vi) Larynx
vii) Pulmonary veins.

 

 

Azad Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission
Competitive examination for the post of Assistant Commissioner/ Section
Officer (B-17)
Subject
Pakistan Affairs & History of Pakistan
Paper General Knowledge -III
Time Allowed: 3 hours

Maximum Marks: 100
Note:. Attempted any five questions in all Select three questions from section (I) and Two questions from Section (II).
Section (I) marks 75
1. Muslims separation receive powerful boost from Islamic ideology. Interpret events from history to support this contention.
2. Discuss the physiographic of Pakistan dividing her in to major physiographic divisions. Explain economic significance of Indus plain in detail
3. Analyse the agricultural problems of the country and suggest ways and means which could help sustainable development of this sector.
4. Write down factors causing the locations of iron and steel industry in Pakistan. Describe foreign aid component in the heavy industry issues.
Section –II
History of Kashmir Marks 25
5. Evaluate the Endeavour’s of constitutional development in Azad Jammu & Kashmir since 1947.
6. Examine Four Point Formula proposed by the President of Pakistan for the resolution of Kashmir problem.
7. Discuss & analyze the post earth quake scenario for reconstruction of affected areas in Azad Jammu & Kashmir.

 

Competitive examination for the post of Assistant Commissioner/ Section
Officer (B-17)
Subject
English precise and composition and Letter Writing
Time Allowed: 3 hours

Maximum Marks: 100
Note Attempt all questions:
1. Write a précis of the following passage and suggest a suitable title.
The business of a judiciary (the court and judges), broadly speaking, is the impartial interpretation of the law as between government and citizen, or between classes of citizens who dispute with one another. The government, for instance, charges a man with treason (acting against one’s own country); obviously he is deprived of something essential to his freedom if the law is the acts which the government seeks to have accepted as treason. Here, obviously, the judge must be assured that his independence may be maintained with safety to himself. He must not suffer in his person or position because of the view he takes. It must not be within the power either of the government or other persons to deprive him of his authority because, as best he may, he applies the law. This, as I think, makes it essential that all judicial appointments should be held during good behavior. There may be an age-limit of service, of course; but apart, nothing should permit the removal of a judge from the bench except corruption or physical unfitness.

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