Modern Indian history Set 18

By | December 28, 2018

Modern Indian history MCQ's Questions

Question 1
The Servants of India Society was founded in 1905 by
A
BG Tilak
B
Lala Lajpat Rai
C
Gopal Krishna Gokhale
D
Aurobindo Ghosh
Question 2
To Which personality Gandhiji gave the title "Deen Bandhu"?
A
Sri Aurobindo
B
CF Andrews
C
Vinoba Bhave
D
CR Das
Question 3
The main exponent of the theory of Drain of Wealth was
A
RC Dutt
B
Dadabhai Naoroji
C
DR Gadoil
D
Karl Mane
Question 4
Who was the first leader to preside over the INC?
A
Ananda Charlu
B
S Subramanya Iyer
C
WC Banerji
D
Surendranath Bannerjee
Question 5
The Civil Disobedience Movement had been led in the North-West Frontier Province (NWFP) by
A
Sheikh Mohammed Tyabji
B
Dr M A Ansari
C
Badruddin Tyabji
D
Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan
Question 6
Which of the following statements is not correct? Provision was made In the Act of 1935 for
A
The Central Subjects
B
Provincial Subjects
C
Concurrent Lists
D
A List of Subjects for Princely States
Question 7
Who had introduced the Indian Universities Act 1904?
A
Lord Ripon
B
Lord Hardinge
C
Lord Curzon
D
Lord Auckland
Question 8
Consider the following statements: 
  1. American Civil War (1861-1865) boosted the demand of Indian Cotton
  2. The boost in the demand of Indian cotton ultimately led to failure of Bank of Bombay in 1866
Which among the above statements is / are correct?
A
1 only
B
2 only
C
Both 1 & 2
D
Neither 1 nor 2
Question 9
Identify the body among the following that was not founded by Dr B R Ambedkar?
A
Samaj Samato Sangh
B
People's Education Society
C
Deccan Education Society
D
Depressed Classes Institute
Question 10
The actual name of Dayanand Saraawati, the founder of the Arya Samaj was
A
Daya Shankar
B
Mula Shankar
C
Virjanand
D
Mool Chandra
Question 11
The ''Chai Taret Khuntakpa'' is a period ranging from 1817-1826, which the Manipuris remember it as 7 years of devastation. In this context consider the following statements: 
  1. During this period, the rule of Assam and Manipur had gone into hands of the Burmese.
  2. The ''Chai Taret Khuntakpa'' ended with the Treaty of Yandabu
Which among the above statements is / are correct?
A
Only 1 is correct
B
Only 2 is correct
C
Both 1 & 2 are correct
D
Neither 1 nor 2 is correct
Question 12
Who among the following was appointed as the secretary of Education for India in 1917 by British and was the first Muslim to get this appointment in India?
A
Azimulah Khan
B
Allamama Mashriqi
C
Mukhtar Ahamed Ansari
D
Liaqut Ali Khan
Question 13
The famous 'Ratings Mutiny' (Revolt of a section of Indian soldiers serving In the Royal Indian Navy) in Bombay in February 1946 was calmed down largely by the efforts of
A
Mahatma Gandhi
B
C Rajagopalachari
C
Jawahar Lal Nehru
D
Vallabhbhai Patel
Question 14
As per the Regulating Act, a Governor-General and four Councilors were appointed for
A
Bengal
B
Bombay
C
Madras
D
Surat
Question 15
Who opened the First Round Table Conference?
A
King George V
B
MK Gandhi
C
Lord Irwin
D
Ramsay McDonald
Question 16
Who among the following famous personalities had started a magazine called ''Lisan-ul-Sidq'''?
A
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
B
APJ Abdul Kalam
C
Dr. Zakir Hussain
D
Dr. Hamid Ansari
Question 17
From which of the following places Komagata Maru started its journey?
A
Singapore
B
Japan
C
Kolkata
D
Honkong
Question 18
The landmarks or Dalhousie's administration did not include
A
Indian Railways
B
English as the medium of instruction
C
Public works department
D
Telegraph
Question 19
What was the main objective of the Wahabi movement Which during 1852-70 was particularly active in the Punjab, Bengal, Bihar and the NWFP?
A
To oust the British from India
B
To overthrow the Sikhs in the Punjab and the British in Bengal and to restore Muslim power in India
C
To eradicate religious corruption from Muslim society
D
To organise the Muslims into a nationalist community
Question 20
'A day of deliverance and thanks giving' was celebrated in 1939 by
A
Congress Party
B
Muslim League
C
Forward Bloc
D
Communist Party
There are 20 questions to complete.

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