CSS Past Papers 2019 Compulsory Subjects | CSS Past Papers

CSS Past Papers 2019 Compulsory Subjects | CSS Past Papers

CSS Past Papers 2019 Compulsory Subjects | CSS Past Papers




CSS ENGLISH ESSAY Past Papers 2019

1. Let there be more light in the corridors of worship places.

2. New war fronts lie in economic zones.

3. Urdu literature and Progressive Movement.

4. Art for peace.

5. Truth is lived, not taught.

6. New waves of feminism and our culture.

7. Democracy and Illiteracy do not move together.

8. Sometimes we do not see what we see.

9. Expanding Information Technology; A curse or blessing.

10. Classrooms decide the future of the nation.

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CSS GENERAL KNOWLEDGE-I (GENERAL SCIENCE & ABILITY) Past Papers 2019Q. 2. (a) Deficiency of vitamins causes different human diseases some of which are given in the table below. Choose the correct type of vitamin from the box and write in front of each disease:

Vit. A  Vit. B1  Vit. C  Vit. D  Vit.E Vit.K

Disease caused due to lack of Vitamin

Name of the Vitamin

1. Poor night Vision

2. Bleeding Gums

3. Rickets in Children

4. Beri-Beri

5. Anaemia

(b) People suffering from cardiovascular diseases have a high level of cholesterol in their blood. This often leads to a build-up of fats on the internal arterial walls. Suggest how this might be harmful to the heart.

(c) Why the excessive use of chemical fertilizers should be avoided? (5)

(d) Why are scientists worried about the increase of Carbon Dioxide in the atmosphere? (5) (20)

Q. 3. (a) Differentiate between the Renewable and Non-Renewable Sources of energy-giving examples of each one of them.

(b) Give a brief account of Optic Fibres. What is their importance in the present-day telecom system?

(c) What is the most dangerous part of a hurricane and how do cyclones affect humans?

(d) What’s the difference between vaccines and antibiotics? How do antibiotics and vaccines contribute to health?

Q. 4. (a) What is the importance of forests in the economy of a country?

(b) Give a brief account of Biotechnology.

(c) Do the mammals also lay eggs? If yes, where in the world do they live? Write the name of some of them.

(d) How can the Sun have such a strong gravitational field if it’s made of gases?

Q. 5. (a) What does Ozone depletion mean and how can we protect the ozone layer?

(b) What are the different types of a network? Explain each briefly.

(c) Why an indiscriminate/casual use of Antibiotics may prove dangerous?

(d) Why do atoms form bonds? Name three major types of chemical bonds.

Q.6. (a) Moiz was trying to sleep one night but there was too much noise around him. His clock ticked every 5 seconds: a tap was dipping every 7 seconds and a pet dog snored every 12second. He noticed on his clock that all three things happened together on the stroke of midnight. Find after how many seconds all three things happened together again?

(b) One pipe can fill a pool 1.25 times as fast as a second pipe. When both pipes are opened they fill the pool in five hours. How long would it take to fill the pool if only the slower pipe is used?

(c) The cost for hiring a car for 2 days in 2018 was Rs 264 which was 20% more than in 2013. What was the cost of hiring a car for 2 days in 2013?

(d) What do you understand by the measure of central tendency? State its types.

Q. 7 (a) Moiz and Mair share a lottery win of Rs 2000 in the ratio 1:4. Moiz then shares his part between himself, his wife and their son in the ratio 4:5:1. How much more does his wife get over their son.

(b) A farmer keeps hens and rabbits on his farm. One day, he counted a total of 70 heads and 196 legs. How many more hens than rabbits does he have?

(c) What is a polygon? Describe different types of a regular polygon.

(d) In a certain code, a computer is written as RFUVQNPC. How will MEDICINE be written in a code language?

Q. 8. (a) Seven piano students- T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z-are given a recital and their instructor is deciding the order in which they will perform.

Each student will play exactly one piece, a piano solo. In deciding the order of performances, the instructor must observe the following restrictions:

(i) X cannot play first or second

W cannot play until X has played. Neither T nor Y can play seventh.

Either Y or Z must play immediately after W plays.

V must play immediately after or immediately before U plays

(ii) If V plays first, which one of the following must be true

T plays sixth

X plays third

Z plays seventh

T plays immediately after Y W plays immediately after X

(b) U = {Whole number from 10 to 24} A = {Even number}

B = {Number divisible by 5} Write down the number of elements of A∩B.

(c) In the following diagram A represents American, S represents scientists and P

represent politicians.

(i) American those are politicians but not scientists will be?

(ii) Scientists which are politicians but not Americans will be?

(d) Each packet of washing powder carries a token and 4 tokens can be exchanged for the free packet. How many free packets will I receive if I buy 64 packets?

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Q. No.2. Examine China Strategic Vision behind ‘The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)’, also known as the One Belt One Road (OBOR).

Q. No. 3. Elaborate the reasons and impacts of Donald trump’s withdrawal from Climate Change Paris Agreement 2015?

Q. No. 4. What could be the reasons for the emerging water conflict between Pakistan and


Q. No. 5. Give a critical review of Pakistan National Energy Policy 2013-2018.

Q. No. 6. How can the corruption elimination strategy be made part of the governance system of Pakistan?

Q. No. 7. How can the governing structures have the capacity to neutralize threats to the internal security of Pakistan?

Q. No. 8. Discuss the instruments and techniques of ‘Hybrid’ warfare in context to Pakistan.

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Q.No.2. Critically examine Congress Ministries of 1937. How far it is correct to suggest that it paved the way for a separate Muslim homeland in India?

Q.No.3. How far nature of Centre-Province relations has changed under various amendments to the 1973 constitution? Evaluate.

Q.No.4. What major economic challenges are being faced by Pakistan? What recommendations do you suggest to deal with these issues?

Q.No.5. “The population growth in Pakistan can erupt like an atomic bomb”. Comment.

Q.No.6. What are the main causes of the energy crisis in Pakistan? What measures do you recommend to address it?

Q.No.7. Critically analyze the key causes of delaying construction of DAMS in Pakistan. Give some suggestions to revert this collateral loss.

Q.No.8. Efficient use of its natural resources can make Pakistan a prosperous nation. Discuss in the light of the present situation of Pakistan.

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Q.2.Write a précis of the following passage and also suggest a suitable title:

I think modern educational theorists are inclined to attach too much importance to the negative virtue of not interfering

with children, and too little to the positive merit of enjoying their company. If you have the sort of liking for children that many people have for horses or dogs, they will be apt to rest your suggestions, and to accept to accept prohibitions, perhaps with some good-humoured grumbling, but without resentment. It is no use to have the sort of liking that consists in regarding them as a field for valuable social endeavour, or what amounts to the same thing as an outlet for power impulses. No child will be grateful for an interest in him that springs from the thought that he will have a vote to be secured for your party or a body to be sacrificed to king and country. The desirable sort of interest is that which consists in spontaneous pleasure in the presence of children, without any ulterior purpose. Teachers who have this quality will seldom need to interfere with children’s freedom but will be able to do so, when necessary, without causing psychological damage.

Unfortunately, it is utterly impossible for over-worked teachers to preserve an instinctive liking for children; they are bound to come to feel towards them as the proverbial confectioner’s apprentice does towards macaroons. I do not think that education ought to be anyone’s whole profession: it should be undertaken for at most two hours a day by people whose remaining hours are spent away from children. The society of the young is fatiguing, especially when strict discipline is avoided. Fatigue, in the end, produces irritation, which is likely to express itself somehow, whatever theories the harassed teacher may have taught himself or herself to believe. The necessary friendliness cannot be preserved by self-control alone. But where it exists, it should be unnecessary to have rules in advance as to how “naughty” children are to be treated, since impulse is likely to lead to the right decision, and almost any decision will be right if the child feels that you like him. No rules, however wise, are a substitute for affection and tact.

Q.3.Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:

When I returned to the common the sun was setting. The crowd about the pit had increased and stood out black against the lemon yellow of the sky-a couple of hundred people, perhaps. There were raised voices, and some sort of struggle appeared to be going on about the pit. Strange imaginings passed through my mind. As I drew nearer I heard Stent’s voice: “Keep back! Keep back!” A boy came running towards me. “It’s movin’,” he said to me as he passed; “it’s screwin’ and screwin’ out. I don’t like it. I’m goin’ home, I am.” I went on to the crowd. There were really, I should think, two or three hundred people elbowing and jostling one another, the one or two ladies there being by no means the least active. “He’s fallen in the pit!” cried someone. “Keep back!” said several. The crowd swayed a little, and I elbowed my way through. Everyone seemed greatly excited. I heard a peculiar humming sound from the pit. “I say!” said Ogilvy. “Help keep these idiots back. We don’t know what’s in the confounded thing, you know!” I saw a young man, a shop assistant in Woking I believe he was, standing on the cylinder and trying to scramble out of the hole again. The crowd had pushed him in. The end of the cylinder was being screwed out from within. Nearly two feet of shining screw projected. Somebody blundered against me, and I narrowly missed being pitched onto the top of the screw. I turned, and as I did so the screw must have come out, for the lid of the cylinder fell upon the gravel with a ringing concussion. I stuck my elbow into the person behind me, and turned my head towards the Thing again. For a moment that circular cavity seemed perfectly black. I had the sunset in my eyes. I think everyone expected to see a man emerge-possibly something a little unlike us terrestrial men, but in all essentials a man. I know I did. But, looking, I presently saw something stirring within the shadow: greyish billowy movements, one above another, and then two luminous disks-like eyes. Then something resembling a little grey snake, about the thickness of a walking stick, coiled up out of the writhing middle, and wriggled in the air towards me-and then another. A sudden chill came over me. There was a loud shriek from a woman behind. I half turned, keeping my eyes fixed upon the cylinder still, from which other tentacles were now projecting, and began pushing my way back from the edge of the pit. I saw astonishment giving place to horror on the faces of the people about me. I heard inarticulate exclamations on all sides. There was a general movement backwards. I saw the shopman struggling still on the edge of the pit. I found myself alone and saw the people on the other side of the pit running off, Stent among them. I looked again at the cylinder and ungovernable terror gripped me. I stood petrified and staring. A big greyish rounded bulk, the size, perhaps, of a bear, was rising slowly and painfully out of the cylinder. As it bulged up and caught the light, it glistened like wet leather. Two large dark-coloured eyes were regarding me steadfastly. The mass that framed them, the head of the thing, was rounded and had one mights face. There was a mouth under the eyes, the lipless brim of which quivered and panted, and dropped saliva. The whole creature heaved and pulsated convulsively. A lank tentacular appendage gripped the edge of the cylinder, another swayed in the air. Those who have never seen a living Martian can scarcely imagine the strange horror of its appearance. The peculiar V-shaped mouth with its pointed upper lip, the absence of brow ridges, the absence of a chin beneath the wedge-like lower lip, the incessant quivering of this mouth, the Gorgon groups of tentacles, the tumultuous breathing of the lungs in a strange atmosphere, the evident heaviness and painfulness of movement due to the greater gravitational energy of the earth above all, the extraordinary intensity of the immense eyes-were at once vital, intense, inhuman, crippled and monstrous. There was something fungoid in the oily brown skin, something in the clumsy deliberation of the tedious movements unspeakably nasty. Even at this first encounter, this first glimpse, I was overcome with disgust and dread.

Questions:1.What leads us to believe that this passage is from a science fiction story?

2. How was the crowd behaving?

3. Why did the mood of the crowd alter?

4. What was the narrator’s initial reaction to the “Thing”?

5. Why did the writer feel disgusted

Q.4. Correct only FIVE of the following:

(i) He enjoyed during the holidays.

(ii) None of the boys had learnt their lesson. 

(iii) He is abusing the money of his father.

(iv) I regret at the delay.

(v) I could not help but laugh.

(vi) I always have and always shall be your friend.

(vii) I was out walking when I saw the new moon in the garden. (viii) He cried as if he was mad.

Q.5. (a) Punctuate the following text, where necessary.

a hungry lion slipped out of the forest into a barnyard one evening when he saw a plump donkey his mouth began to water but just as he was ready to jump on the donkey a rooster crowed he was frightened and so

turned away into the forest again hey look at that cowardly lion the donkey brayed to the rooster I am going to chase him and the donkey ran after the lion wait the rooster shouted you don’t know that but it was too late the lion had turned and killed the donkey, ah my poor stupid friend the rooster said as he watched the lion eating the donkey the lion wasn’t afraid of you but of my crowing

(b) Re-write the following sentences (ONLY FIVE) after filling in the blanks with appropriate prepositions.

(i)What time do we arrive at our destination?

(ii)We are flying in some rough weather; please fasten your seat belts. (iii) It is warming up; at noon we should be able to go swimming.

(iv)My parents are not responsible for my actions.

(v)This pan is cooking omelettes.

(vi) poor attendance, this course is being cancelled.

(vii)The police took the men in questioning.

(viii)The woman you gave the book is my aunt.

Q.6. Use ONLY FIVE of the following in sentences that illustrate their meanings.

(i) To cast pearls before swine (ii) To step into one’s shoes

(iii)Stuff and nonsense (iv) A wild goose chase

(v)To be ill at ease (vi) Sit on the fence

(vii)In a jiffy (viii) To preen oneself

Q.7. Translate the following into English by keeping in view figurative/idiomatic expressions.

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Q. No. 2. Define Tauheed. What is its impact on individual life and society? Elaborate.

Q. No. 3. Give a general estimate of the Holy Prophet’s (ﷺ) character in the battle fields as a commander.

Q. No. 4. Describe the rights of women in Islam in the context of the current wave of the feminist movement.

Q. No. 5. Throw light in detail on the moral values system of Islam as a significant feature of Islamic civilization.

Q. No. 6. Write a comprehensive note on Hajj (the pilgrimage) and its spiritual, moral and social impacts.

Q. No. 7. Is extremism a challenge to Islam? Discuss in the context of contemporary challenges faced by Muslim Ummah.

Q. No. 8. Give suggestions to reform Pakistani politics keeping in view the different aspects of the political system of Islam.

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