Indian Adaptation of Zuckerman-Kuhlman Personality Questionnaire is designed to assess the five alternative biologically rooted factors of personality for the participants 18-24 years. These five factors are Neuroticism-Anxiety, Activity, Aggression-Hostility, Impulsive-Sensation Seeking, and Sociability. Facet scores can also be obtained from three factors i.e. Activity (Work Effort and General Activity), Impulsive-Sensation Seeking (Impulsivity and Sensation Seeking), and Sociability (Parties and Friends and Isolation Intolerance). The infrequency scale was also incorporated to assess the careless responses. In addition to its use in personality psychology, it may be used in different allied fields of psychology such as Mental Health, Clinical Psychology, Organizational Behaviour, Sports Psychology, Military Psychology, Counselling and Guidance, Rehabilitation, Education, etc. Thus, it can be successfully used as an instrument of personality as well as a screening test.