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1. Pension act are levied or established under following year ?

(A) 1870 (B) 1871 (C) 1890 (D) 1900

2. An Act to merge and amend the law relating to_________by Government of money
or land revenue.
(A) Pensions (B) Grants (C) Pension & Grant (D) None of these

3. This Act has been declared in force in Baluchistan by the British Baluchistan Laws
Regulation under,
(A) 1913 (B) 1920 (C) 1905 (D) 1947

4. Pension rule has been extended to the Leased Areas of Baluchistan, Leased Areas Laws
Order________and applied in the Joined Areas of Baluchistan.
(A) 1940 (B) 1950 (C) 1960 (D) 1970

5. This Act shall be placed to the credit of such local fund or funds as may be formed for any
local area or local areas comprised in that district, (and may from time to time, by
notification in the Official Gazette, cancel The associated words were representing by
the________Act, 1914.
(A) Repealing and Amending (B) Pension Law
(C) Corporate law (D) None of these

6. This Act and all rules, notifications, declarations, resolutions and orders made under it,
have been extended to the State of Bahawalpur Order, 1951
(A) Extension of Federal Laws (B) Extension of Provisional Laws
(C) Extension of District Laws (D) None of these

7. In this Act the expression “grant of money or_________” includes anything payable on the
part of Government in respect of any right, privilege, perquisite or office.
(A) land revenue (B) Agriculture revenue (C) Business Revenue (D) None of these

8. The expression “_________________” means, in relation to [Federal pensions,] Federal

Government, and in relation to other pensions, the Provincial Government.
(A) the appropriate Government (B) Semi Government
(C) Non-Government (D) None of these

9. To Deal & entertain any suit or matter relating to any pension or grant of money or land-
revenue discussed or made by the
(A) Civil Court (B) Federal Govt (C) Provisional Govt (D) Both B & C

10. Any person having a claim relating to any such pension or grant may prefer such claim
(A) Collector (B) Deputy Commissioner (D) District Police Office (D) Both A & B

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11. A ______Court otherwise competent to try the same shall take knowledge of any such claim upon
receiving a certificate from such Collector Deputy Commissioner or other officer authorized.
(A) Civil Court (B) Crime Court (D) high court (D) None of these

12. All pensions or grants by Government of money or land-revenue shall be paid by the
Collector to the Deputy Commissioner or other authorized officer, subject to such rules as
may from time to time be prescribed by the?
(A) Chief Controlling Revenue-authority (B) Chief of land Controlling Authority
(C) Labour & Human Controlling authority (D) None of these
13. Nothing in________shall affect the right of a granted of land revenue whose claim to such
grant is admitted by Government to cover such revenue from the persons liable to pay.
(A) sections 3 and 6 (B) sections 4 and 8 (C) sections 5 and 9 (D) None of these

14. The appropriate Government may with the agreement of the holder order the whole or any
part of his pension or grant of money or land-revenue to be commuted for___on such terms.
(A) lump-sum (B) Gross Amount (C) Net Amount (D) None of these

15. No pension granted or continued by Government on________?

(A) Political Considerations (B) Account of Past Services
(C) Compassionate allowance (D) All of these

16. All assignments agreements, orders, sales and securities of every kind by the person entitled
to any pension pay, or allowance mentioned in________?
(A) section 8 (B) section 9 (C) section 10 (D) section 11

17. However proves to the satisfaction of the appropriate Government that any pension is
fraudulently or unduly received by the person enjoying the benefit thereof shall be allowed
to a reward equivalent to the amount of such pension for the period of______?
(A) six months. (B) five months. (C) seven months. (D) four months.

18. If a Government servant is selected for discharge owing to the elimination of a permanent
post, he shall, unless he is appointed to another post, the conditions of which are deemed by
authority competent to discharge him & He liable to receive______?
(A) Compensation pension (B) Invalid Pension
(C) Family Pension (D) None of these

19. A Government servant not employed in a fundamental permanent capacity is granted

Compensation Gratuity/Pension if he is discharged after completing qualifying service of__?
(A) 5/25 years (B) (A) 10/25 years (C) (A) 15/25 years (D) (A) 20/25 years

20. An invalid pension is awarded, on his retirement from the public service, to a Government
servant who by physical or mental disability is permanently incapacitated for the public
(A) Invalid Pension (B) Retiring Pension (C) Family Pension (D) None of these

21. If a temporary Government Servant is retired for inefficiency due to mental or physical
illness he shall be allowed pensionary benefits as if he was required to retire in terms of__ the
Fundamental Rules.
(A) Rule 10-A (B) Rule 9-A (C) Rule 11-A (C) Rule 12-A

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22. In case an officer dies before his retirement, his pension is calculated, as if he was retired
on______on the date following the date of his death. (Pension-cum-Gratuity Scheme, 1954).
(A) Superannuation (B) Family Pension (C) Invalid Pension (D) None of these

23. The Pension which is granted to the family of a Government servant who dies before
(A) Family Pension (B) Invalid Pension (C) Retirement Pension (D) None of these

24. A_______ Pension is granted to a Government servant who is eligible or compulsory, by

rule to retire at a particular age.
(A) Retirement Pension (B) superannuation pension
(C) Valid Pension (D) None of these

25. Retiring Pension is also granted to Government servant who is required by Government to
retire after completing the________years qualifying service or more.
(A) 10 Year (B) 15 Years (C) 20 Years (D) 25 Years

26. Under Act, 1952, Such A Government servant shall, at least_______months before the date
on which he intends to retire, be required to submit a written intimation to the authority
competent to fill the appointment by him at the time of submitting that intimation indicating
the date on which he intends to retire.
(A) Two Month (B) Three Month (C) Four Month (D) None of these

27. Government has the______to retire any Government servant after he has completed 25 years
Qualifying service.
(A) Right (B) Not Right (C) Both A & B (D) None of these

28. The term retirement used in Section___of the Civil Servants Act, 1973 includes “Compulsory
Retirement” under the Government Servants (Efficiency & Discipline) Rules, 1973.
(A) Section 18 (1) (B) Section 19 (1) (C) Section 20 (1) (D) Section 21 (1)

29. The request of Voluntary retirement of officer Under BS-21 and above grade are accepted
(A) Prime minister (B) Secretary
(C) Head of department (D) None of these

30. The request of Voluntary retirement of officer Under BS-17 to 20 and Grade are accepted
(A) Prime minister (B) Secretary of Ministry
(C) Head of department (D) None of these

31. The request of Voluntary retirement of officer Under BS-16 Grade are accepted
(A) Prime minister (B) Secretary (C) Head of department (D) None of these

32. The request of Voluntary retirement of officer Under BS-1 to 15 Grade are accepted
(A) Prime minister (B) Head office (C) Head of department (D) None of these

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33. Provided by special rule or contract, the service of an officer begins to qualify
for pension from the_______of the office to which he is first appointed.
(A) Date of Charge (B) Date Probation (C) Date of Training (D) None of these

34. The continuous service rendered by possibility paid staff prior to their being brought on the
regular establishment, from________will count in full and continuous service before that
date to count in half for purpose of pension.
(A) 1st July, 1957 (B) 1st October, 1957 (C) 1st June, 1957 (D) 1st May, 1957

35. In case where a government servant is compulsorily retired following a period of suspension
ordered under Government Servants________Rules, 1973 pension or gratuity is admissible.
(A) Efficiency and Discipline (B) Efficiency and Hardworking
(C) Regularity & Discipline (D) None of these

36. All periods of leave, other than________count as service qualifying for pension.
(A) extraordinary leave (B) Annual Leave (C) Medical Leave (D) None of these

37. A deficiency of a period not exceeding________in the qualifying service of an officer shall
be deemed to have been tolerated automatically.
(A) Six months (B) Seven months (C) five months (D) ten months

38. The 13th November, 1983 wherein it was clarified that the benefit of condonation of
deficiency in qualifying service of a government servant in terms of clauses (1) and (2) of
article 423-CSR, will not be allowable in a case where service rendered by a government
servant does not by itself qualify for pension or gratuity.
(A) clauses (3) and (4) (B) clauses (1) and (2) (C) clauses (5) and (4) (D) clauses (7) and (8)

39. Section 2 Defines liberalized Pension Rules For Civil Servants Liberalized Pension
(A) 1977 (B) 1980 (C) 1990 (D) 2000

40. Effect from 1st February, 1977 Pension shall be calculated at the rate of_______of average
emoluments on completion of 30 years qualifying service. Where qualifying service is less
than 30 years but not less than 10 years.
(A) 40% (B) 50% (C) 60% (D) 70%
41. On the pensions sanctioned under these orders such “Dearness” increases in pensions shall
not be allowable as were authorized before?
(A) 1st Jan,1957 (B) 1st Feb, 1977 (C) 1st Mar, 1960 (D) (B) 1st May, 1947

42. Gratuity for service of less than 10 years but not less than 5 years, the existing rate shall
continue. If, however, retirement is due to invalidation, or if a civil servant dies in service, the
rate shall be__________months of pay for each completed year of service.
(A) 1-1/2 (B) 1-1/3 (C) 1-1/4 (D) 1-1/5

43. A pensioner shall be allowed to draw full gross pension, i.e., one-fourth of the pension under
Pension cum_________need not compulsorily be paid in the form of gratuity.
(A) Gratuity Scheme 1954 (B) Insurance Scheme 1962
(C) Nationalization Scheme 1954 (D) None of these

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44. If a pensioner so wishes, he may, at any time before the expiry of one month from the date of
his retirement, ask for gratuity up to________of his gross pension.
(A) 10% (B) 20% (C) 25% (D) 30%

45. In the case of death of a civil servant while in service, gratuity in lieu of_______of the gross
pension will be allowed at existing rates. In addition, family pension shall be admissible for a
period of 10 years at 50% of the gross pension.
(A) 1/4 (B) 1/3 (C) 1/5 (D) 1/2

46. In the case of death within 10 years of retirement, family pension for the unexpired portion
of 10 years at_________of the pension (net, or gross, as the case may be) shall be admissible.
(A) 40% (B) 50% (C) 60% (D) 70%

47. Under the existing rules, pension is calculated on the average compensations drawn during
the last_______months of service.
(A) 36/12 (B) 24/12 (C) 48/12 (D) None of these

48. When a pensioner, Dies after his retirement, family pension at the rate of 50% of the pension
(net or gross), as the case may be will be paid to the widow or sons or daughters.
(A) Valid pension (B) family pension (C) Invalid pension (D) None these

49. When the amount of gratuity has become payable to the family it shall be the duty of
the_____to make payment to the family.
(A) Accounts Officer (B) Budget Officer (C) Audit officer (D) None of these

50. The Government has made the following reforms in pension/commutation scheme w.e.f.
1-12-2001 in respect of civil pensioners of Federal Government including civilian paid from
Defense Estimates as well as retired Armed Forces Personnel.
(A) 1-12-2000 (B) 1-12-2001 (B) 1-12-2005 (D) None of these

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