Modern Indian history Set 5

By | December 28, 2018

Modern Indian history MCQ's Questions

Question 1
The 1857 revolt did not acquire much intensity in
A
Delhi
B
Awadh
C
Bombay
D
The Chambal Region
Question 2
As per the Regulating Act a Supreme Court was established in
A
Bengal
B
Bombay
C
Delhi
D
Madras
Question 3
Who of the following was for the first time designated as the Governor of India
A
Clive
B
Comwallis
C
Warren Hastings
D
Wellesley
Question 4
By the Charter Act of 1813 the Indian trade except in.......... was thrown open to all British subjects.
A
Tea
B
Spices
C
Coffee
D
Cotton
Question 5
Motilal presided over the Congress Session of 1919 held at
A
Lahore
B
Amritsar
C
Calcutta
D
Bombay
Question 6
The process of the introduction of education in English had been initiated in India by Lord
A
Curzon
B
Bentick
C
Hastings
D
Macaulay
Question 7
In Bengal, the East India Company's headquarters were located at
A
Fort St George
B
Fort william
C
Fort St David
D
Shantiniketan
Question 8
The system of civil services had been introduced into India by
A
Lord Ripon
B
Lord Dalhousie
C
Lord Bentick
D
Lord Hastings
Question 9
Which of the following brought Aurobindo Ghose into the fold of the Indian National Movement?
A
The famines of 1896-97 and 1899-1900
B
The partition of Bengal
C
The Surat Split
D
The Jallianwala Bagh episode
Question 10
'My strongest bulwark is gone' lamented Gandhiji on the death of
A
Gopalakrishna Gokhale
B
Motilal Nehru
C
Pheroze Shah Mehta
D
Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Question 11
Dyer was.......... by the Government of Britain.
A
sentenced for life
B
sentenced to death
C
rewarded with honour
D
relieved of his service
Question 12
Purna Swaraj was declared as the goal of the Congress in the Congress session held at Lahore under the Presidentship of
A
Jawaharala Nehru
B
CR Das
C
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
D
Gokhale
Question 13
The last constitutional provision (covering undivided India) passed by the House of Commons was
A
Government of India Act 1935
B
Cabinet Mission Plan
C
Mountabatten (or June 3) Plan
D
Indian Independence Bill
Question 14
PIassey is located near
A
Murshidabad in West Bengal
B
Rajashahi in Bangladesh
C
Calcutta
D
Monghyr in Bihar
Question 15
In the Cabinet Mission Plan, provision was made for the Commissioner's Provinces to represent by.......... members in the Constituent Assembly.
A
14
B
10
C
8
D
4
Question 16
Mahabandula was the great General of the
A
Marathas
B
Sikhs
C
Nepalese
D
Burmese
Question 17
During the first hundred years of the British rule In India, people's resentment and Opposition to the British policies mainly surfaced In the form of
A
Tribal uprisings
B
Peasant uprisings
C
Civil uprisings
D
Both A and B above
Question 18
After the revolt of 1857, via the Government of India Act 1858, the Crown had assumed the direct responsibility for the Government of India. By this act, all legislative, administrative and Financial Powers came to be concentrated in which among the following?
A
Viceroy and Governor General
B
Viceroy's and his council
C
Secretary of State for India and his council
D
Viceroy's Council
Question 19
In the absence of Gandhi, the Quit India Movement had been led by
A
Jawaharlal Nehru
B
Sarojini Naidu
C
Aruna Asaf Ali
D
Dadabhai Naoroji
Question 20
The pioneer of Communism in India was:
A
S.A.Dange
B
M.R.Jayakar
C
M.N.Roy
D
Nalin Gupta
There are 20 questions to complete.

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