Journalism CSS Paper 2002

JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION

FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION-2002 FOR RECRUITMENT TO POSTS IN BS-17 UNDER THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

TIME ALLOTTED: THREE HOURS MAXIMUM MARKS :100
Note: Attempt any FIVE questions in all, including QUESTION NO. 8 which is COMPULSORY by selecting at least TWO questions from each of the SECTIONS-I & II. All questions carry EQUAL marks.

Section I

1) Urdu journalism is divided into thee periods i.e. before the creation of Pakistan, from 1947 to 1980 and from 1980 up to the present times. What, in your opinion, are the differences among these periods?

2) Can the journalism of Maulana Zafar Ali Khan, Maulana Abu-al-Kalam Azad or Maulana Muhammad Ali Johar succeed in today’s world? If, not then give solid reasons in this respect.

3) In the west, electronic media has not succeeded in taking the position of the print media. Explain.

4) It is said that if the Taliban had the media with them, they would never have been defeated. Do you think so? Give comprehensive answer.



Section-II

5) Is it correct that you cannot ell even gold without advertising?

6) As able public relations officer can keep an organization from sinking. Explain.

7) Write shot notes on the followings:
(a) Press Council
(b) CNN
(c) Press Ethics
(d) APNS



COMPULSORY QUESTION

8) Give only appropriate response in the answer book. Do not reproduce the question.

(A) Choose the correct option from the given choices.

1) What is meant by editorial note:
a)Small editorial
b) Editor’s notes
c)Additional editorial
d) None of these

2) The news which appears in the papers two or three days before an important event is called:
a) Curtain Raiser
b) Background
c) Follow up
d) None of these

2) Who is the most important person in the T.V. NEWS:
a) NEWS caster
b) Camera-man
c) PEON
d) None of these

4) Hasrat Mohani published the newspaper:
a) The Comrade
b) Al-Hilal
c) Urdu-I-Muallah
d) None of these

5) The Nawa-e-Waqt started its publication in:
a) 1940
b) 1945
c) 1947
d) None of these

6) Irshad Ahmed Haqani writes his column under in:
a) Harf-e-Haq
b) Harf-e-Akhir
c) Harf-e-Tamannah
d) None of these

7) Who was the first editor of the daily Jang?
a) Mir Javed-ur-Rehman
b) Mir Shakeel-I-Rehman
c) Mir Khalil-ur-Rehman
d) None of these

8) Which of the private Pakistani T.V. Channel has the greatest number of viewers?
a) P.T.V.
b) S.T.N.
c) GEO
d) None of these

9) Which official is called the pilot of the newspaper:
a) The editor
b) The news editor
c) The reporter
d) None of these

10) Communication is a
a) Theory
b) Strategy
c) Process
d) None of these



11) The head office of “The Khabrain” is in:
a) Karachi
b) Islamabad
c) Lahore
d) None of these

12) APNS represents
a) Editors
b) Reporters
c) News paper owners
d) None of these

13) P.T.V. started its transmission in the regime of:
a) Ayub Khan
b) Yahya Khan
c) Butto
d) None of these

14) Which is the largest circulated newspaper of Pakistan?
a) The dawn
b) The Jang
c) The Nawa-e-Waqt
d) None of these

15) The TNation is the sister publication of:
a) The dawn
b) The Jang
c) The Nawa-e-Waqt
d) None of these

16) AFP is the news agency of
a) England
b) America
c) France
d) Noneof these

17) Who was the founder of the Dawn?
a) Haroon brothers
b) Quaid-e-Azam
c) Altaf Hussain
d) None of these

18) Wax-Wyllie wrote
a) Exploring Journalism
b) Mass Communication
c) Radio and T.V. Writing
d) None of these

19) Who was the founder of yellow journalism:
a) William Hurst
b) William John
c) William Hickey
d) None of these

20) The Urdu edition of the Comrade was called:
a) Humdard
b) Jam-e-Jahan-Numa
c) Akhbar-e-Jahan
d) None of these



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