Thursday, 15 January 2015

QUESTION-WISE PAPERS

PAPER QUESTION NO. 1
(Lesson 1-5)
1. YEAR 2004
1. (a) "The Open Window" by H.H. Munro is a story full of suspense and irony that keeps the reader's interest alive till the final sentence. Comment. (15)
(b) Write a brief note on the following characters:
(i) Mrs. Sappleton     (ii) Framton Nuttel  (10)
2. YEAR 2005
1. (a) What are the specific traits due to which man cannot claim to approach even the meanest of the Higher animals? Discuss with reference to "The Damned Human Race" by Mark Twain. (15)
(b) Quote some examples when man has really stood by his fellowmen in catastrophic conditions and deserved the title: "The Crown of the Creation". (10)
3. YEAR 2006
1. (a) How does the theme of the tale relate to the subject of language and culture? Discuss with reference to "The Last Lesson" by Alphonse Daudet. (15)
(b) Does this patriotic tale of a French schoolboy make us conscious about the value of our own native language? (10)
4. YEAR 2007
1. (a) Man is usually called "the highest animal" on the basis of intelligence. What are the specific traits that make him "the lowest animal" for Mark Twain? (15)
(b) "The Damned Human Race" was written in the early 1900's. It is true today? Does man still deserve this attack or has he improved in a Century's time?
5. YEAR 2008
1. (a) "The Open Window" by H.H. Munro is a story full of suspense and irony that keeps the reader's interest alive till the final sentence. Comment. (15)
(b) Write brief notes on the following characters:
(i) Mrs. Sappleton     (ii) Framton Nuttel  (10)
6. YEAR 2009
1. (a) Leacock describes a health maniac as an obsessed person. How do people become obsessed? Are obsessions always bad? (15)
(b) Leacock uses exaggeration in the title of his essay. Where does he use exaggeration and why? (10) 
2. (a) "The Open Window by H.H. Munro is a story full of suspense and irony that keeps the reader's interest alive till the final sentence. Comment. (15)
(b) Write brief notes on the following characters:  (10)
(i) Mrs. Sappleton     (ii) Framton Nuttel
7. YEAR 2010
1. (a) "The Open Window" by H.H. Munro is a story full of suspense and irony that keeps the reader's interest alive till the final sentence. Comment. (15)
(b) Write brief notes on the following characters: (10) 
(i) Mrs. Sappleton     (ii) Framton Nuttel  
8. YEAR 2011
1. (a) Leacock describes a health maniac person as an obsessed person. Discuss Jiggin's character as a health maniac person. (15) 
(b) What is obsession? Are all obsessions bad? (10) 
9. YEAR 2012
1. (a) Man is usually called 'the highest animal' on the basis of his intelligence. What are the specific traits the make him 'the lowest animal' for MARK TWAIN? (15)
(b) How does TWAIN try to shock the readers? What might be his purpose in using this technique? (10)
10. YEAR 2013
1. (a) THE LAST LESSON is a story of NATIONAL PRIDE. Explain. (15)
(b) Write a note on MR. HAMEL, the schoolmaster. Can we call him an ideal teacher? (10) 
11. YEAR 2014
1. (a) Why has Mark Twain rejected DARWIN'S THEORY OF EVOLUTION and what are his conclusions in this regard? (15) 
(b) This essay was written in the early 1900. Is it true today? (10) 
2. (a) Describe the visit of FRAMTON NUTTEL to MRS. SAPPLETON'S house. (15) 
(b) How did Vera handle the situation after FRAMTON left the house? (10) 

PAPER QUESTION NO. 2
(Lesson 6-10) 
1. YEAR 2004
No Question This Year
2. YEAR 2005
1. "A cold may be common but has uncommon symptoms, amazing in its diversity". Elaborate with reference to "On a Common Cold" by Osbert Sitwell. (15)
(b) Point out some World Event, as quoted (referred to) by the writer when cold had played noble and prominent part in history. (10)
3. YEAR 2006
1. (a) "A cold may be common but has uncommon symptoms, amazing in its diversity". Elaborate with reference to "On a Common Cold" by Osbert Sitwell. (15)
(b) Point out some World Events, as quoted (referred to) by the writer when cold had played noble and prominent part in history. (10)
4. YEAR 2007
No Question This Year
5. YEAR 2008
No Question This Year
6. YEAR 2009
No Question This Year
7. YEAR 2010
1. (a) What force provides the central conflict of the story "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" and what is the conflict? (15) 
(b) Give a brief character sketch of Walter Mitty. (10)
8. YEAR 2011
1. (a) How does Russell define education? (15) 
(b) What defect is inherent in purely classical education? (10) 
9. YEAR 2012
1. (a) What defect is inherent in a purely classical education? (15)
(b) What do you understand by THE MORAL END of education? (10)
2. (a) Explain some of the ways in which ideas have come to creative thinkers and what the source of these ideas is assumed to be? (15) 
(b) What according to WHYTE does the creative imagination do that the conscious mind does not do? (10) 
10. YEAR 2013
1. (a) What, according to BERTRAND RUSSELL, is the definition of EDUCATION? Explain its three aims. (15) 
(b) What are the positive aspects of SCIENTIFIC SPIRIT? (10) 
2. (a) What is the difference between EMOTIONAL MEANINGS and OBJECTIVE MEANINGS? How do EMOTIONAL MEANINGS affect our behaviour. (15) 
(b) What is the Writer's advice about the use of Words? (10) 
11. YEAR 2014 
1. (a) Describe WALTER MITTY'S imaginary trial in the Court. (15) 
(b) What is the underlying idea or theme of the story THE SECRET OF WALTER MITTY? (10) 

PAPER QUESTION NO. 3
(Lesson 11-15)
1. YEAR 2004
1. (a) Recapitulate Lewis's series of reasons for believing that there is "Law of Nature" that there is "real right or wrong" (Right and Wrong by C.S. Lewis) (15)
(b) Is it right or wrong not to practise ourselves the kind of behaviour we expect from other people? (10)
2. (a) "The Gray Beginnings" by R.L. Carson is an illustration of the scientifically accurate and lyrically beautiful way in which the writer stretches the reader's imagination by revealing the magic and mystery of the sea. Elaborate. (15)
(b) What were the effects of "The Birth of the Moon"? (10)
2. YEAR 2005
1. (a) After his conversion to Islam, the author travelled and worked throughout the Muslim World. Describe the author's experience when he was travelling along the road of life to its end. (End of the Road by Muhammad Asad) (15)
(b) Reproduce, with your comments and observations, the writer's description of the Holy Kaaba and his reactions in its presence. (10)
3. YEAR 2006
1. (a) Recapitulate Lewis's series of reasons for believing that there is a "Law of Nature" that there is a "real right or wrong". (Right and Wrong by C.S. Lewis) (15)
(b) Is is right or wrong not to practice ourselves the kind of behaviour we expect from other people? (10)
4. YEAR 2007
1. (a) "How the Poor Die" by George Orwell is pathetical and critical description of the public ward of the French hospital. Discuss.  (15)
(b) How does the French hospital where Orwell stayed, compared with the hospitals in England? (10)
2. (a) "The Gray Beginnings" by R.L. Carson is an illustration of the scientifically accurate and lyrically beautiful way in which the writer stretches the reader's imagination by revealing  the magic and mystery of the sea. Elaborate. (15)
(b) What were the effects of "The Birth of the Moon"? (10)
5. YEAR 2008
1. (a) Recapitulate Lewis's series of reasons for believing that there is a Law of Nature that there is "real right or wrong". (Right and Wrong by C.S. Lewis) (15)
(b) Is is right or wrong not to prastise ourselves the kind of behaviour we expect from other people? (10)
2. (a) "The End of Road" is a story of European's acceptance of Islam and is based on the author's unique experience upon the road he has travelled. Discuss. (15)
(b) How can the Muslims "retain their own inner freedom, and pass on to the western man the last secret of life's sweetness"?
3. (a) "How the Poor Die" by George is a pathetical and critical description of the public ward of the French hospital. Discuss. (15)
(b) How does the French hospital where Orwell stayed, compare with the hospitals in England. (10)
6. YEAR 2009
1. (a) "How the Poor Die?" by George Orwell is a pathetical and critical description of the public ward of the French hospital. Discuss. (15)
(b) How does the French hospital where Orwell stayed, compare with the hospitals of England? (10) 
7. YEAR 2010
4. (a) How does C.S. Lewis distinguish between RIGHT & WRONG? (15)
(b) Is it right to cheat in the examination? If not why? (10)
8. YEAR 2011
No Question This Year
9. YEAR 2012
4. (a) Show how ORWELL makes use of personal experience to comment on the human condition at large? (15) 
(b) How does the French Hospital, where ORWELL stayed, compare with the hospitals in England? (10)
10. YEAR 2013
3. (a) Describe the views of RACHEL L. CARSON about the beginnings of the earth, the moon and the oceans. (15)
(b) What were the effects of the Birth of the Moon on Life and its origin? (10)
11. YEAR 2014
No Question This Year

PAPER QUESTION NO. 4
(Lesson 16-20) 
1. YEAR 2004
1. (a) In "The Nature of Science" Ralph Ross says "Science is empirical, rational, general and cumulative; and it is all four at once". Discuss. (15)
(b) How is cumulative process applicable to science and not to art? (10)
2. YEAR 2005
1. (a) "In a way a heavy viewer's life is as imbalanced by his television 'habit' as a drug addict's or an alcholic's. Comment with reference to "T.V. Addiction" by Marie Winn. (15)
(b) What methods could parents or individuals use to prevent or lesson T.V. addiction? (10)
3. YEAR 2006
1. (a) "In My Day" by Russel Baker, what was Mrs. Baker's Philosophy of life? How did it change in her old age? (15)
(b) Why does the author feel "forever out of touch" with his mother? Does he feel equally out of touch with his children? (10)
4. YEAR 2007
2. (a) Comment on the Marie Winn's statement "In a way heavy viewer's life is as imbalanced by his television habit as a drug addict's or an alcoholic's." (15)
(b) What method could parents or individuals use to prevent or lesson T.V. addiction. (10)
5. YEAR 2008
No Question This Year
6. YEAR 2009
2. (a) What was Mrs. Baker's philosophy of life? How did it change in her old age? (15)
(b) Why does the author feel "forever out of touch" with his mother? Does he feel equally out of touch with his children? (10)
7. YEAR 2010
3. (a) Do you agree with Marie Winn that excess T.V. watching is a problem of the same magnitude as an addiction? (15)
(b) What methods could parents adopt to prevent or lessen T.V. addiction? 
8. YEAR 2011
1. (a) Discuss the story August 2026 - THERE WILL COME SOFT RAINS as an allegory of future. (15)
(b) What is the significance of the poem in the story? (10)
4. (a) How does the writer compare T.V. ADDICTION with drug addiction? (15) 
(b) What measures can parents adopt to check excess T.V. watching among children? 
9. YEAR 2012
No Question This Year
10. YEAR 2013
No Question This Year
11. YEAR 2014
5. (a) Do you agree with MARY WINN that access T.V. VIEWING is problem of the same magnitude as an addiction? (15) 
(b) What methods could parents or an individual use to prevent or lessen T.V. addiction? (10) 

PAPER QUESTION NO. 5
(Comprehensions)
1. YEAR 2004
Read the passage carefully and answer the questions at the end. (6+9=15)
     The use of atomic energy has promised vast possibilities for the mankind. In the beginning of this century Einstein advanced the theory that matter is energy and energy is matter and each may be converted into each other. He said that the atom contained vast stores of energy that may be used in a thousand way.
     Today's reactors which obtain energy from the atom are not very efficient machines. They harness only one percent of the total energy available in the atom. Even this energy which is actually obtained from the atom is enormous. It is estimated that energy in one pound uranium is equivalent to that of three million pounds of coal.
     The research in the mysteries of the atom is going on in many countries of the world. It is hoped that before long better and more efficient reactors will be built. These will be able to obtain atomic energy at an economical cost. Atoms provide compact form of fuel which provides a vast amount of energy and it also lasts longer.
     Atomic energy can be used in many ways and for many purposes. It can be used to bring peace and prosperity to the whole of this earth. It can also be used to destroy the world and its inhabitants. It can perform miracles if we have the power and wisdom to use it for peaceful purposes. If we do not possess that wisdom, man has not many years to live on this earth.
Questions:
(i) What theory did Einstein present? (2)
(ii) What sort of reactors are required to obtain a vast amount of energy? (2)
(iii) What are the uses of atomic energy? (2)
(iv) Make a precis of the passage and suggest a suitable title to it. (9)
2. YEAR 2005
Read the passage carefully and answer the questions at the end. (6+9 =15) 
     For a real success, mere faith in one's self in not enough. No doubt it is the most essential principle to be followed if one wishes to achieve success in life. One also must have a firm determination to act on what one thinks and decides to do. Faith in oneself must be supplemented by action. Faith and dreams do not bring anything for us. All successful and great men had faith as well as other qualities of action and making right decisions. The quality of action in itself depends upon many other qualities. Physical fitness is the most important quality needed for action. Moreover a healthy mind needs a healthy body. A sick man cannot maintain his confidence in himself. He loses interest in every good thing of life. Similarly taking wrong decisions brings so many problems for us. If we have decided to take up a wrong profession, which is not suitable for us, then no amount of faith in oneself and hard work can bring success in our life. Youth is the best time to realize the importance of above rules.
Questions:
(i) What is the first important principle for achieving success in life? (2)
(ii) What is the importance of action in life? (2)
(iii) Why is health important for our success? (2)
(iv) Make a precis of the passage and suggest a suitable title to it.  (9)
3. YEAR 2006
Read the passage carefully and answer the questions at the end. (6+9 =15) 
     The use of chemical toxins, however, has taken less widespread. Their large-scale use was first made during the world war I, but in modern history the Iraqi Army has earned notoriety in using piousness gases against the Kurd guerrillas and Iranian Army. The Russians have also used toxic agents against Afghan Mujaheddin and Chechen freedom fighters. But the limited tactical usages remove them from the domain of environmental warfare to the area of chemical and biochemical warfare. On the other hand, the use of toxins in Indo-China by U.S.A. is textbook example of environmental warfare. The Americans used herbicides to defoliate large areas of enemy controlled forests and vegetation the effects of which are present till today. 
Questions:
(i) Give at least two examples of war tactics. (2)
(ii) Why are these war tactics not a useful weapon? (2) 
(iii) What is the difference between the chemical warfare and environmental warfare? (2)
(iv) Make a precis of the passage and give a suitable title to it. (9)
4. YEAR 2007
Read the passage carefully and answer the questions at the end. (6+9 =15) 
     Travelling is the best means of acquiring sound knowledge. Knowledge thus gained is the result of first hand experience. A person who travels to various cities and towns from one end of Pakistan to the other and stays at different places for sometime gets a first rate knowledge of the country, places and its people. He comes to know the geography, the fauna and flora of the various regions, the people and their ways of life and their customs and manners. He enjoys the beauties of the countryside, the variety of scenes of the vast plains, the open valleys and the snow capped peaks of the mountains. One great advantage of the knowledge so gained is that it has the warmth of the personal experience and pulsates with life as opposed to the second hand knowledge gained from books. 
Questions:
(i) What does the author mean by first hand knowledge? (2)
(ii) What is one great advantage of travelling? (2) 
(iii) What things hold attraction for the traveller? (2) 
(iv) Make a precis of the passage and give a suitable title to it. (9)
5. YEAR 2008
Read the passage carefully and answer the questions at the end. (6+9 =15) 
     Once we have found the habit of looking within, listening to ourselves and responding to our own impulses and feelings, we shall not let ourselves be so easily the victims of uncontrollable emotions and effects; the inner life, instead of being either a gaping void or a ghoulish nightmare, will be open to cultivation and in both personal conduct and in art will bring us into more fruitful and loving relations which other men, whose hidden depths will flow through the symbols of arts into our own. At this point we can nourish life again more intensely from the outside too, opening our minds to every touch and sight and sound, instead of anesthetizing ourselves continually to much that goes on around us, because it has become so meaningless, so unrelated to our inner needs. With such self-discipline, we shall in time, control the tempo and rhythm of our day; control the quantity of stimuli that impinge on us; control our attention so that the things we do shall reflect our purposes and values, as human beings  not the extraneous purposes and values of the machine.
Questions:
(i) How can we control our emotions? (2)
(ii) How can we cultivate loving relations with other men? (2)
(iii) What is meant by the phrase "the extraneous purposes and values of the machine"?  (2)
(iv) Make a precis of the passage and suggest a suitable title to it.   (9)
6. YEAR 2009
Read the passage carefully and answer the questions at the end in your own words. (6+9 =15) 
     The tyrannical regimes of several dictators like Stalin, Mussolini and Hitler form a very important part of our world history. Why don't we learn from this? Why don't we stop the continuing debate between the supremacy of despotism over democracy or vice versa? Democracy has attracted support since the time of ancient Greece because it represents an ideal of justice as well as a form of government. The ideal and the practice of democracy are inseparably linked because rulers subjected to voter approval are more likely to treat the voters justly. Many of us may say that the ideal of justice and equality is easier said than done. I admit that our own country reflects this but we still have the right to choose in election. All we need is the ability to face up to our rights and demand our rights fearlessly. In my opinion we lack this fearlessness. In short, we lack true patriotism. 
     Our Holy Prophet (PBUH) also encouraged the concept of democracy and all of the four Caliphs following him based system of their government and administration on this form of government. But what about a country in which ruling party is a despot? What if it turns out to be a fascist then what choices are the citizens of the country left with? If the natural rights of life, liberty and property are not guaranteed, the people have the right to overthrow the government. 
Questions: 
(i) What was the Greek ideal of democracy? (2) 
(ii) Why do we have ineffective democracy in Pakistan? (2) 
(iii) What was the practice of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and the four Caliphs in this connection? (2) 
(iv) Make a precis of the passage and give a suitable title to it. (9)
7. YEAR 2010
Teaching, more even than most other professions, has been transformed during the last hundred years from a small, highly skilled profession concerned with a minority of the population, to a large and important branch of the public service. The profession has a great and honourable tradition, extending from the dawn of history until recent times, but any teacher in the modern world who allows himself to be inspired by the ideals of his predecessors is likely to be made sharply aware that it is not his function to teach what he thinks, but to instill such beliefs and prejudices as are thought useful by his employers. In former days a teacher was expected to be a man of exceptional knowledge or wisdom, to whose words men would do well attend. In antiquity teachers were not an organized profession and no control was exercised over what they taught. It is true that they were often punished afterwards for their subversive doctrines. Socrates was put to death and Plato is said to have been thrown into prison but such incidents did not interfere with the spread of the doctrines. 
Questions:
(i) What change has occurred in the profession of teaching during the last hundred years? (2) 
(ii) What were the teachers supposed to be in olden days? (2) 
(iii) What is the function of a teacher now-a-days? (2) 
(iv) Make a precis of the passage and give it a suitable title. (9)
8. YEAR 2011
Read the passage carefully and answer the questions at the end. (6+9 =15) 
      A person who is aware of his duties and rights in his society is a good citizen. He knows that he is a member of a group with which he is associated by a thousand and one ties. He realizes that he should live in harmony with others in society. He cannot live alone. He must live with his fellow human beings. But living in a society means co-operation with others. When you live in a society, you have to live as others live. You have to accept conditions and traditions that a society prescribes for its members. These conditions and standards of behaviour are for the common good and welfare of the society and individuals. Society gives some rights and some duties. A good citizen does his best to do his duty to the society. He always keeps in view the interests of his society and state. He lives a clean and honest life. He keeps away form such activities that may harm the interest of his fellow citizens. A good citizen is aware of the fact that he is indebted to his society in many ways. He knows that the labour and work of countless persons have enriched his life. His life, to a very great extent, depends on others. He has received much in material and spiritual benefits from others. It is only just and right that he should pay his debts. 
Questions:
(i) Who is a good citizen? (2) 
(ii) What are the duties of a good citizen? (2) 
(iii) Why is society formed? (2) 
(iv) Make a precis of the passage and give it a suitable title. (9)
9. YEAR 2012
Read the passage carefully and answer the questions at the end. (6+9 =15) 

     To rock the cradle is symbolic of bringing up the child. All great rulers - all persons, who have moulded the destiny of nations, have been children once in their lives, having been brought up at that stage by their mothers. And the training, they received at the formative period of life, must have exercised a far-reaching influence on their character. Thus, it is true that the mother makes the future ruler. 
     A close study of the lives of great rulers, conquerors and statesmen goes to show that many of them owe a great deal of their powers and resources to the tender care of their mothers. The lives of all great men were largely shaped by their mothers. Countless examples can be given in this respect. 
     On the contrary, whenever a career is spoiled, the cause invariably is the want of a good mother. The reason why many of our boys and girls do not grow into perfect human beings is that they miss the ministering influence of a noble-minded mother at the period when they need it. In fact, mothers are truly the makers of nations. In this context, it is justly said. "The hand that rocks the cradle rules over the world." 
Questions
(i) Is it true that it is the mother who makes the future of rulers? Explain. (2)
(ii) What does a close study of the biographies of great rulers, conquerors and statesmen bring to light? (2)
(iii) Explain the reason why many of our boys and girls do not grow into perfect human beings. (2) 
(iv) Make a precis of the passage and give it a suitable title. (9) 
10. YEAR 2013
Read the passage carefully and answer the questions at the end. (6+9 =15) 

   Science offers the possibility of far greater well-being for the human race than has ever been known before. It offers this on certain conditions: abolition of war, even distribution of ultimate power, and limitation of the growth of population. All these are much nearer to being possible than they ever were before. In Western industrial countries as they become modernized, unless dictators and missionaries interfere. The even distribution of ultimate power, economic, as well as political, has been nearly achieved in Britain, and other democratic countries are rapidly moving towards it. The prevention of war? It may seem a paradox that to say that we are nearer to achieving this than ever before, but I am persuaded that it true. 
Questions: 
(i) On what conditions can science be used for the better well-being of human beings? (2)
(ii) What does the writer say about population growth in the Western industrial countries and its application to other countries? (2) 
(iii) What does the writer say about economic and political power in relation to Britain and other democratic countries? (2) 
(iv) Make a precis of the passage and suggest a suitable title for it. (9)
11. YEAR 2014
Read the passage carefully and answer the questions in your own words. (6 + 9 = 15) 
     In its wider sense composition means the expression of our writing, so composition is necessarily of two kinds, oral and written. Both these forms of composition are equally important and very closely connected. We have to be careful in the choice and use of our words in speaking and in writing. If we learn to speak clearly and exactly, we shall be able to write exactly and clearly. But writing requires of greater clearness and exactness than speaking does. In speaking what we have to say can be made effective by the tone of our voice, the expression on our face and by the movement of our hands, but in writing we have to depend entirely on the sense conveyed by the words we use. Sir Francis Bacon has rightly said that writing makes an exact man. Writing tends to make a man exact because he cannot write well about a subject unless he knows the subject well. To write well you have to be clear in your own mind as to what you are going to say. 
Questions:
(i) Why should we be careful in the choice and use of words? (2) 
(ii) What did Bacon mean when he said that writing makes an exact man? (2) 
(iii) How can we make our power of writing good? (2) 
(iv) Suggest a suitable title and make a precis of the passage given above. (9) 

PAPER QUESTION NO. 6
(Reports)
1. YEAR 2004
Write a report on the working of "Free Hospital for Children" from a social worker to the Secretary Social Welfare Department. 
2. YEAR 2005
Write a survey report on the working of "Relief Camps for TSUNAMI Victims" with your suggestions and conclusion.
3. YEAR 2006
Write a survey report on "wasteful expenditure on Weddings" with conclusion and suggestions.
4. YEAR 2007
Write a survey report on "Inflation and its effects" with your suggestions and conclusions.
5. YEAR 2008
As a newspaper reporter make a survey report on "Usage of mobile phone among students" with conclusion and suggestions.
6. YEAR 2009
Write a survey report on "Wasteful Expenditure on Weddings" with conclusion and suggestions.
7. YEAR 2010
As a news reporter make a survey report on use of mobile phone among students with suggestions.
8. YEAR 2011
Write a report on internet addiction.
9. YEAR 2012
Write a report on the difficulties, being faced by the students, in learning English in the classes.
10. YEAR 2013
Write a report on the drug menace in your area.
11. YEAR 2014 
Write a report on wasteful expenditure on weddings in our society. 

PAPER QUESTION NO. 7
(Essays)
1. YEAR 2004
(i) Wasteful Expenditure on Ceremonies
(ii) How to Check Terrorism
(iii) Madar-e-Millat and the Year 2003
(iv) National Unity - Need of the Hour 
2. YEAR 2005
(i) Security Measures at Picnic Spots
(ii) New Development in Indo-Pak Realtions
(iii) The Worst Disaster in History
(iv) EID-UL-AZHA: The Festival of Sacrifice
3. YEAR 2006
(i) Blessings of Ramadan
(ii) Indo-Pak - A Fresh Wave of Relationship
(iii) Kite Flying
(iv) Social Evils
4. YEAR 2007
(i) Unemployment and Pakistanis Youth
(ii) Memories
(iii) Eid-ul-Azha: The Festival of Sacrifice
(iv) Human Right Abuses
5. YEAR 2008
(i) Terrorism
(ii) Unemployment and Pakistani Youth
(iii) Human Rights Abuses
(iv) Role of Electronic Media
6. YEAR 2009
(i) Internet Addiction
(ii) Islamic Society
(iii) Energy - An Important Factor in Pakistan
(iv) Indo-Pak Relations
7. YEAR 2010
(i) Beggar Nuisance
(ii) Tolerance
(iii) College Canteen Discussions
(iv) Declining Educational Standard and Remedies
8. YEAR 2011
(i) Terrorism
(ii) Education for All
(iii) Dreams
(iv) Discipline
9. YEAR 2012
(i) Superstitions 
(ii) Is True Democracy Possible in Backward Countries
(iii) Kashmir Issue
(iv) Sweet are the Uses of Adversity
10. YEAR 2013
(i) Energy Crisis in Pakistan
(ii) Science and Human Comforts
(iii) Poverty and its Eradication
(iv) Global Warming
11. YEAR 2014
(i) Science and Religion
(ii) Place of Women in Our Society
(iii) Dreams of My Life
(iv) The Value of Discipline

PAPER QUESTION NO. 8
(Translation)
1. YEAR 2004
2. YEAR 2005
3. YEAR 2006
4. YEAR 2007
5. YEAR 2008
6. YEAR 2009
7. YEAR 2010
8. YEAR 2011
9. YEAR 2012
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11. YEAR 2014

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