Current Affairs MCQs | Most Important MCQs

We have listed the important Current affairs MCQs questions with answers for fpsc ppsc NTS test preparation. You can check the latest MCQs on current affairs including issues, challenges, and developments at the national and international level during the last 2 years. A link to Pakistan current affairs MCQs pdf is given at the bottom of the page. Answers to the current affairs MCQ are given after the fifth question.


1. Which three countries entered a contract called “Aukus” on 15 September 2021?

(A) US, UK, and France

(B) US, UK, and Australia

(C) US, UK, and South Korea

2. The first initiative under Aukus is to support Australia in acquiring

(A) nuclear bombs

(B) military drones

(C) nuclear-powered submarines

3. Which country on 16 September showed her objections over the Aukus agreement?

(A) China

(B) New Zealand

(D) North Korea

4. IPCC presented its 2021 report on 9 August 2021. IPCC stands for

(A) International Program on Climate Change

(B) International Program to Curtail Change

(C) Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

(D) None of these

5. As of September 2021, which two countries have successfully landed a robot on the surface of Mars?

(A) China and United States

(B) China and Russia

(C) Russia and United States

(D) the United States and the United Kingdom

3. The United States completed its withdrawal from Afghanistan on

(A) 28 August 2021

(B) 31 August 2021

(C) 2 September 2021

(D) 11 September 2021

6. Recently, the Summer Olympics 2021 was hosted in Japan. The Summer Olympics 2024 is scheduled to be hosted in

(A) China

(B) France

(C) United Kingdom

(D) Germany

6. Which country won the most medals in the Tokyo Olympics 2020 (played in 2021)?

(A) China

(B) Japan

(C) The United Kingdom

(D) United States

6. “Line of Actual Control (LAC)” is a disputed border-line between

(A) China and India

(B) China and Pakistan

(C) India and Pakistan

(D) China, India, and Nepal

7. The Paris agreement of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change is to limit global warming well below

(A) 1.0 °C

(B) 1.5 °C

(C) 2.0 °C

(D) 2.5 °C

8. ‘Aksai Chin’ is a disputed area between

(A) China and India

(B) China and Pakistan

(C) India and Pakistan

(D) India and Nepal

9. Who is current secretary general of the United Nations?

(A) Javier Perez de Cuellar

(B) Kofi Annan

(C) Ban-Ki-Moon

(D) Antonio Guterres

10. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change deals with

(A) reduction in fossil fuel usage

(B) CO2 emissions mitigation

(C) reduction in Uranium production

(D) greenhouse gases emissions mitigation


6. (A) China and India

7. (C) 2.0 °C

8. (A) China and India

9. (D) Antonio Guterres

10. (D) greenhouse gases emissions mitigation

11. The current managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is

(A) Kristalina Georgieva

(B) Jim Yong Kim

(C) Christine Lagarde

(D) David Lipton

12. Secretary-general United Nations Antonio Guterres belongs to

(A) The United States

(B) Portugal

(C) Czech Republic

(D) Germany

13. The United States on 31 May 2020 launched spaceflight from its own soil after a decade. The spacecraft was built by

(A) Apple

(B) Amazon


(D) SpaceX

14. In 2019, in which country there was a widespread protest against an Extradition Amendment Bill?

(A) Venezuela

(B) Sri Lanka

(C) Hong Kong

(D) Taiwan

15. The recent leap year, where February has/had 29 days, is/was

(A) 2018

(B) 2019

(C) 2020

(D) 2021

16. The Fugitive Offenders amendment bill proposed by the Hong Kong government will allow authorities _____ to some other countries.

(A) to detain criminal fugitives

(B) to extradite criminal fugitives

(C) not to extradite criminal fugitives

(D) to detain and extradite criminal fugitives

17. United Kingdom (UK) left the European Union on

(A) 28 January 2020

(B) 29 January 2020

(C) 30 January 2020

(D) 31 January 2020

18. In May 2020, which country has decided not to set next year’s growth target because of Coronavirus?

(A) India

(B) China

(C) Pakistan

(D) Brazil

19. The largest museum in the world is

(A) Vatican Museums

(B) State Hermitage Museum

(C) Louvre Museum

(D) National Museum of China

20. The Louvre Museum is located in

(A) France

(B) Italy

(C) the United States

(D) the United Kingdom


16. (D) to detain and extradite criminal fugitives

17. (D) 31 January 2020

18. (B) China

19. (C) Louvre Museum

20. (A) France.