Basic Agriculture MCQS Quiz Test 10

This Quiz Test Have all Basic MCQS Related to Major Fields of Agriculture, Agronomy, Plant Breeding & Genetics, Entomology, Plant Pathology, Forestry & Range Management, Soil Science, Horticultural Sciences, Agricultural Extension, Biotechnology, Seed Science & Technology, Marketing & Agribusiness and Post Harvest Science & Technology.  This Quiz Test Includes Basic Agriculture Solved MCQS from the Past Papers of Agriculture Posts of PPSC, FPSC, SPSC, KPPSC, SPSC, BPSC and NTS. Every Quiz has 20 MCQS and Every MCQS have four options. Select the Correct Answer Right Answer Shows Green And Wrong Will Show as Red.

#1. Which country gets most monsoon rain? MAT South & East Asia

#2. Pakistan named nuclear test at 28 May 1998.

#3. The culture of roots in Indus Valley

#4. When did the tragedy of Jalian wala Bagh take place?

#5. In 1952 in London many people died due to air pollution caused by:

#6. The Accord signed between UAE and Israel is named as:

#7. Radioactivity was discovered by

#8. Which author has been selected for the Booker Prize 2020 for his work 'Shuggie Bain'?

#9. Who requested Ahmad Shah Abdali to come India in 18 century?

#10. Rawal Dam is constructed on which river?

#11. The highest mountain of Hindukush range is:

#12. The average temperature of Pacific Ocean in summer or winter is

#13. Who was the first Shaheed in Pakistan movement?

#14. United Nations election in 2020 is about:

#15. The current leader of Taliban is:

#16. Which of the following female mosquito is the cause of Dengue fever?

#17. "Nagorno-Karabakh" is a disputed region between

#18. Who started Comrade from Calcutta?

#19. Function of transformer:

#20. Which community is in majority in Kashmir at the time of Independence?

#21. .....contain two nuclei.

#22. Cyprus is a disputed area between Turkey and

#23. Other than limestone which is soluble in Karst

#24. The areas 5 degree N to 5 degree S of the Equator is called

#25. Which article of 1973 constitution is related to equality before law?



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