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*The​​ Options​​ which​​ looks​​ Green​​ is​​ correct​​ Answer.

SET-1

1.​​ In​​ which​​ region​​ freedom​​ movement​​ of​​ India​​ started​​ at​​ earliest?

   ​​ (a)​​ Punjab  ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Maharasthra  ​​  ​​    (c)​​ Bengal  ​​    ​​ (d)​​ Gujrat

 

2.​​ Which​​ one​​ helped​​ towards​​ the​​ launch​​ of​​ First​​ War​​ of​​ Indian​​ independence​​ in​​ 1857?

   ​​ (a)​​ Zamindary​​ system       ​​ (b)​​ Subsidiary​​ alliance        (c)​​ Doctrine​​ of​​ lapse      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

3.​​ 'Poverty​​ and​​ Un-British​​ Rule​​ in​​ India'​​ was​​ authored​​ by:

    (a)​​ R.​​ C.​​ Dutta ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ G.​​ V.​​ Joshi​​  ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ Ram​​ Mohan​​ Roy       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

4.​​ The​​ Pioneer​​ of​​ 'Drain​​ Theory'​​ who​​ authored​​ Economic​​ Hisstory​​ of​​ India,​​ was​​ :

    (a)​​ R.​​ C.​​ Dutta      ​​ (b)​​ G.​​ V.​​ Joshi     ​​ (c)​​ Ram​​ Mohan​​ Roy      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

5.​​ During​​ the​​ British​​ rule​​ the​​ foreign​​ trade​​ of​​ India​​ remained:

   ​​ (a)​​ Balanced         (b)​​ Favourable  ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ Unfavourable​​  ​​   ​​  ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

6.​​ During​​ British​​ rule​​ India​​ used​​ to​​ have​​ more​​ export​​ in​​ relation​​ to​​ import​​ to​​ have​​ trade​​ surplus​​ to​​ be​​ invested​​ in:

   ​​ (a)​​ India        (b)​​ England   ​​   ​​ (c) ​​ Wars  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

7.​​ During​​ the​​ period​​ of​​ British​​ rule​​ in​​ India​​ the​​ cottage​​ industries​​ of​​ India​​ began​​ to​​ face​​ closure​​ for:

   ​​ (a)​​ Shortage​​ of​​ demand​​ in​​ India        (b)​​ import​​ of​​ cheap​​ machine-made​​ Items

   ​​ (c)​​ forcible​​ closure​​ of​​ industries​​ by​​ British​​ rulers      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

8.​​ The​​ zamindars​​ of​​ India​​ were​​ found​​ generally:

   ​​ (a)​​ helpful​​ towards​​ freedom​​ movement          (b)​​ against​​ freedom​​ movement

   ​​ (c)​​ indifferent​​ towards​​ freedom​​ movement    ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

9.​​ Sir​​ Hyde​​ East,​​ who​​ was​​ a​​ pioneer​​ of​​ expansion​​ of​​ education​​ in​​ India,​​ was:

   ​​ (a)​​ Chancellor​​ of​​ Calcutta​​ University

    (b)​​ Chief​​ Justice​​ of​​ the​​ Supreme​​ Court

   ​​ (c)​​ Education​​ Secretary​​ of​​ British​​ India

   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

10.​​ Which​​ one​​ has​​ not​​ been​​ correctly​​ matched​​ regarding​​ the​​ year​​ of​​ the​​ establishment?

     ​​ (a)​​ Sanskrit​​ College​​ :​​ 1823   ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Roorkee​​ Engineering​​ College​​ :​​ 1849

     ​​ (c)​​ Presidency​​ college​​ :​​ 1853 ​​  ​​   (d)​​ Calcutta​​ University​​ :​​ 1865

 

11.​​ Which​​ had​​ the​​ highest​​ effect​​ on​​ freedom​​ movement​​ in​​ India?

     ​​ (a)​​ Economic​​ exploitation       ​​ (b)​​ Political​​ oppression     

     ​​ (c)​​ transportation​​ development        (d)​​ expansion​​ of​​ education

 

12.​​ Who​​ used​​ to​​ publish​​ 'Sambad​​ Kaumudi'?

(a)​​ Ram​​ Mohan​​ Roy ​​     ​​ (b)​​ Iswar​​ Chandra​​ Vidya​​ Sagar ​​   ​​  ​​ (c)​​ Dwaraka​​ Nath​​ Tagore ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

13.​​ Raja​​ Ram​​ Mohan​​ Roy​​ wrote​​ a​​ book​​ on​​ 'Monotheism'​​ in:

     ​​ (a)​​ English  ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ Bengali​​  ​​  ​​  ​​   (c)​​ Persian  ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ Sanskrit

 

14.​​ Which​​ one​​ is​​ not​​ true​​ about​​ the​​ life​​ of​​ Raja​​ Rammohan​​ Roy?

     ​​ (a)​​ He​​ served​​ under​​ British​​ rulers

     ​​ (b)​​ He​​ established​​ Vedanta​​ College

      (c)​​ He​​ was​​ against​​ the​​ philosophy​​ Vedas

     ​​ (d)​​ He​​ died​​ at​​ Bristol​​ of​​ England

 

15.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ associations​​ were​​ not​​ set​​ up​​ in​​ Calcutta/Kolkata?

     ​​ (a)​​ Zamindary​​ Association      ​​ (b)​​ British​​ India​​ Association

     ​​ (c)​​ Indian​​ Association         (d)​​ Indian​​ National​​ Congress

 

16.​​ During​​ the​​ period​​ of​​ the​​ 'Sepoy​​ Mutiny'​​ around​​ what​​ percentage​​ of​​ the​​ members​​ of​​ Armed​​ forces​​ under​​ the​​ British​​ rulers​​ of​​ India​​ were​​ of​​ European​​ origin?

      (a)​​ 20        ​​ (b)​​ 30       ​​ (c)​​ 40       ​​ (d)​​ 50

 

17.​​ In​​ a​​ day​​ of​​ which​​ month​​ in​​ 1857​​ AD​​ Mangal​​ Pande​​ revolted​​ at​​ Barrackpore?

     ​​ (a)​​ February        (b)​​ March        ​​ (c)​​ June       ​​ (d)​​ None

 

18.​​ During​​ the​​ period​​ of​​ Sepoy​​ Mutiny,​​ Nana​​ Sahib​​ declared​​ him­self​​ as​​ the​​ Peshwa​​ of:

     ​​ (a)​​ Nagpur       ​​ (b)​​ Gwalior        (c)​​ Kanpur       ​​ (d)​​ None

 

19.​​ Who​​ described​​ Lakshmi​​ Bai​​ of​​ Jhansi​​ as​​ the​​ 'best​​ and​​ brav­est'​​ of​​ the​​ rebels?

     ​​ (a)​​ Sir​​ Henry​​ Lawrence​​  ​​    (b)​​ Sir​​ Hugh​​ Rose       ​​ (c)​​ R.​​ C.​​ Majumder       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

20.​​ Sepoy​​ Mutiny​​ activist​​ who​​ was​​ caught​​ and​​ executed​​ was​​ :

     ​​ (a)​​ Nana​​ Saheb      ​​ (b)​​ Kunwar​​ Singh       (c)​​ TantiaTopi      ​​ (d)​​ Lakshmi​​ Bai

 

21.​​ Who​​ authored​​ 'War​​ of​​ Indian​​ Independence​​ of​​ 1857'?

      (a)​​ V.​​ D.​​ Savarkar     ​​ (b)​​ Dababhai​​ Nauroji     ​​ (c)​​ Subhas​​ Chandra​​ Bose     ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

22.​​ Permanent​​ Settlement​​ adversely​​ affected​​ the​​ interest​​ of​​ the:

(a)​​ Zamindars       ​​ (b)​​ businessmen        (c)​​ tenants      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

23.​​ The​​ Sir​​ William​​ Hunter​​ Commission​​ to​​ inquire​​ about​​ the​​ educational​​ system​​ was​​ set​​ up​​ in​​ 1882​​ by:

      (a)​​ Lord​​ Ripon        ​​ (b)​​ Lord​​ Lytton        ​​ (c)​​ Lord​​ Mayo       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

24.​​ The​​ Prarthana​​ Samaj​​ was​​ established​​ by​​ Keshab​​ Chandra​​ Sen​​ in​​ 1867​​ in:

     ​​ (a)​​ Calcutta       ​​ (b)​​ Allahabad        (c)​​ Bombay       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

25.​​ The​​ 'Suddhi'​​ programme​​ was​​ introduced​​ b:

     ​​ (a)​​ Swami​​ Sraddhananda       (b)​​ Dayanand​​ Saraswati      ​​ (c)​​ Lala​​ Lajpat​​ Rai      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

26.​​ Indians​​ had​​ a​​ higher​​ sense​​ of​​ nationalism​​ from:

      (a)​​ American​​ freedom​​ Movement  ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ French​​ Revolution

     ​​ (c)​​ Russian​​ Revolution      ​​ (d)​​ all​​ of​​ these

 

27.​​ Which​​ one​​ has​​ not​​ been​​ correctly​​ matched?

     ​​ (a)​​ Dayanand​​ Saraswati​​ :​​ Satartha​​ Prakash

     ​​ (b)​​ Surendranath​​ Banerjee​​ :​​ A​​ National​​ in​​ Making

     ​​ (c)​​ Deena​​ Bandhu​​ Mitra​​ :​​ Neel​​ Darpan

      (d)​​ Michael​​ Madhusudhan​​ Dutta​​ :​​ Sitaram

 

28.​​ The​​ first​​ Bengali​​ weekly​​ 'Samachar​​ Darpan'​​ was​​ started​​ in​​ 1818​​ from:

     ​​ (a)​​ Calcutta        (b)​​ Srerampore       ​​ (c)​​ Howrah      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

29.​​ Margaret​​ Nobel,​​ popularly​​ known​​ as​​ Sister​​ Nivedita,​​ was​​ of:

     ​​ (a)​​ English​​ origin       (b)​​ Irish​​ origin      ​​ (c)​​ French​​ origin       ​​ (d)​​ American​​ origin

 

30.​​ Which​​ one​​ has​​ not​​ been​​ correctly​​ matched?

     ​​ (a)​​ Atmiya​​ Sabha​​ :​​ Rammohan​​ Roy

 ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Satya​​ Shondhak​​ Samaj​​ :​​ Jyotirao​​ Govindrao​​ Phule

     ​​ (c)​​ Samaj​​ Samata​​ Sangh​​ :​​ B.​​ R.​​ Ambedkar

      (d)​​ Tatvabodhini​​ Sabha​​ :​​ Dwaraka​​ Nath​​ Tagore

 

31.​​ The​​ book​​ 'Tahfat-ul-Muwahhidin'​​ or​​ 'A​​ Gift​​ to​​ Monotheists'​​ was​​ authored​​ by​​ :

      (a)​​ Raja​​ Rammohah​​ Roy      ​​ (b)​​ Abul​​ Kalam​​ Azad       ​​ (c)​​ M.G.Ranade      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

32.​​ Satyashodhak​​ Samaj​​ was​​ set​​ up​​ for​​ the​​ upliftment​​ of​​ the​​ conditions​​ of:

     ​​ (a)​​ Peasants      ​​ (b)​​ workers       (c)​​ Lower​​ caste​​ people      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

33.​​ A​​ Congress​​ Committee​​ led​​ by​​ Motilal​​ Nehru​​ demand​​ 'Dominion'​​ Status​​ for​​ India​​ in​​ 1928​​ during​​ the​​ reign​​ of:

     ​​ (a)​​ Lord​​ Chelmsford       (b)​​ Lord​​ Irwin       ​​ (c)​​ Lord​​ Linlithgow      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

34.​​ Which​​ colony​​ of​​ Britain​​ was​​ not​​ enjoying​​ Dominion​​ status​​ when​​ Congress​​ leaders​​ of​​ India​​ was​​ willing​​ to​​ have​​ this​​ Status?

     ​​ (a)​​ Canada       ​​ (b)​​ Australia      ​​ (c)​​ New​​ Zealand        (d)​​ Nigeria

 

35.​​ Indian​​ leader​​ who​​ attended​​ all​​ the​​ three​​ Round​​ Table​​ Confer­ences​​ held​​ in​​ London​​ was:

 ​​ ​​ ​​ ​​​​ (a)​​ M.​​ K.​​ Gandhi       (b)​​ B.​​ R.​​ Ambedkar     ​​ (c)​​ Sarojini​​ Naidu     ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

36.​​ Which​​ one​​ has​​ not​​ been​​ correctly​​ matched?

     ​​ (a)​​ Champaran​​ Satyagraha​​ :1917

     ​​ (b)​​ Kaira​​ or​​ Kheda​​ Satyagraha​​ :​​ 1918

     ​​ (c)​​ Moplah​​ Rebellion​​ :​​ 1921

      (d)​​ Bardoloi​​ Satyagraha​​ :​​ 1929

 

37.​​ Which​​ one​​ was​​ not​​ an​​ aspect​​ of​​ Gandhi-Irwin​​ Pact​​ of​​ 1931?

     ​​ (a)​​ Withdrawal​​ of​​ Civil​​ Disobedience​​ Movement​​ launched​​ by​​ Gandhiji​​ in​​ 1930

     ​​ (b)​​ Participation​​ of​​ the​​ Congress​​ Party​​ in​​ the​​ Second​​ Round​​ Table​​ Conference

     ​​ (c)​​ The​​ release​​ of​​ all​​ Satyagrahi​​ prisoners​​ by​​ the​​ British​​ rulers

      (d)​​ The​​ decision​​ to​​ accord​​ 'Dominion'​​ status​​ for​​ India

 

38.​​ Gandhi-Irwin​​ Pact​​ was​​ signed​​ in​​ March,​​ 1931​​ and​​ Gandhiji​​ attended​​ the​​ Second​​ Round​​ Table​​ Conference​​ in​​ London​​ in​​ 1931​​ starting​​ in:

      (a)​​ September       ​​ (b)​​ October       ​​ (c)​​ November       ​​ (d)​​ December

 

39.​​ Gandhiji​​ was​​ arrested​​ and​​ sent​​ to​​ Yedarva​​ prison​​ of​​ Poona​​ in​​ 1932​​ during​​ the​​ reign​​ of:

     ​​ (a)​​ Lord​​ Irwin        (b)​​ Lord​​ Willingdon       ​​ (c)​​ Lord​​ Linlithgow      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

40.​​ In​​ August,​​ 1928​​ an​​ all-party​​ Conference​​ was​​ arranged​​ in​​ :

     ​​ (a)​​ Lahore       ​​ (b)​​ Allahabad  ​​  ​​    (c)​​ Lucknow ​​   ​​   ​​ (d)​​ Bombay

 

41.​​ British​​ Prime​​ Minister​​ Mr​​ Ramsay​​ Macdonald​​ announced​​ Communal​​ Award​​ in:

     ​​ (a)​​ 1931 ​​  ​​    (b)​​ 1932  ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 1933​​  ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

42.​​ On​​ the​​ basis​​ of​​ Government​​ of​​ Indian​​ Act​​ of​​ 1935,​​ Congress​​ Ministries​​ were​​ formed​​ in​​ the​​ majority​​ of​​ Indian​​ provinces​​ in:

     ​​ (a)​​ 1936 ​​  ​​  ​​   (b)​​ 1937   ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ 1938  ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

43.​​ Poona​​ Pact​​ was​​ signed​​ in​​ 1932​​ mainly​​ between​​ Gandhiji​​ and:

     ​​ (a)​​ Mohammed​​ Ali​​ Jinnah       ​​ (b)​​ Lord​​ Willingdon      (c)​​ B.​​ R.​​ Ambedkar    ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

44.​​ In​​ 1938​​ Subhas​​ Chandra​​ Bose​​ was​​ chosen​​ as​​ the​​ President​​ of​​ All​​ India​​ Congress​​ in​​ Congress​​ session​​ held​​ at:

 ​​  ​​  ​​ (a)​​ Lucknow        (b)​​ Haripura  ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ Tripura​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

45.​​ Pattabhi​​ Sitaramayya​​ was​​ defeated​​ by​​ Subhas​​ Chandra​​ Bose​​ for​​ the​​ post​​ of​​ the​​ Congress​​ President​​ in​​ Conference​​ held​​ in:

      (a)​​ Tripuri      ​​ (b)​​ Calcutta      ​​ (c)​​ Haripura      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

46.​​ Lord​​ Wavell​​ arranged​​ an​​ all-party​​ conference​​ in​​ 1945​​ at:

     ​​ (a)​​ Poona ​​  ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ Lucknow        (c)​​ Shimla  ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

47.​​ The​​ Congress​​ adopted​​ 'Quit​​ India​​ Movement'​​ resolution​​ after​​ the​​ arrival:

     ​​ (a)​​ Simon​​ Commission       (b)​​ Cripps​​ Mission   ​​   ​​ (c)​​ Cabinet​​ Mission ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

48.​​ In​​ which​​ year​​ the​​ Provincial​​ Congress​​ Ministries​​ resigned​​ and​​ the​​ Muslim​​ League​​ observed​​ 'Deliverance​​ Day'?

     ​​ (a)​​ 1939       (b)​​ 1940      ​​ (c)​​ 1941     ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

49.​​ Who​​ was​​ not​​ associated​​ as​​ a​​ member​​ of​​ the​​ Cabinet​​ Mission?

     ​​ (a)​​ Sir​​ Stafford​​ Cripps     ​​ (b)​​ A.​​ V.​​ Alexander     ​​ (c)​​ Lord​​ Pethick​​ Lawrence       (d)​​ Lord​​ Chelmsford

 

50.​​ When​​ the​​ Cabinet​​ Mission​​ came​​ to​​ India​​ from​​ London​​ then​​ Chief​​ of​​ the​​ British​​ rulers​​ of​​ India​​ was:

      (a)​​ Lord​​ Wavell       ​​ (b)​​ Lord​​ Linlithgow       ​​ (c)​​ Lord​​ Mountbatten       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

51.​​ Rajaji​​ Formula​​ put​​ forward​​ by​​ C.​​ Rajagopalachari​​ was​​ in:

     ​​ (a)​​ 1943      (b)​​ 1944      ​​ (c)​​ 1945   ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

52.​​ Which​​ one​​ has​​ not​​ been​​ correctly​​ matched?

     ​​ (a)​​ Debendranath​​ Tagore​​ set​​ up​​ Tatvabodhini​​ Sabha

     ​​ (b)​​ The​​ pioneer​​ of​​ young​​ Bengal​​ Movement​​ was​​ Henry​​ Vivian​​ Derozio

      (c)​​ Adi​​ Brahmo​​ Samaj​​ was​​ organised​​ by​​ Keshab​​ Chandra​​ Sen

     ​​ (d)​​ The​​ pioneer​​ of​​ the​​ Aligarh​​ Movement​​ was​​ Sir​​ Syed​​ Ahmed

 

53.​​ In​​ which​​ year​​ the​​ Deccan​​ Peasant​​ uprising​​ happened​​ mainly​​ in​​ Maharashtra?

      (a)​​ 1875 ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ 1895   ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 1915      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

54.​​ Who​​ was​​ the​​ President​​ of​​ first​​ All​​ India​​ Kishan​​ Sabha​​ at​​ Lucknow​​ in​​ 1936?

     ​​ (a)​​ N.​​ G.​​ Ranga      ​​ (b)​​ Gauri​​ Shankar​​ Mishra      (c)​​ Swami​​ Sahajanand  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

55.​​ The​​ first​​ newspaper​​ of​​ India​​ 'The​​ Bengal​​ Gazette'​​ by​​ James​​ Augusts​​ Hickey​​ had​​ a​​ first​​ publication​​ in:

      (a)​​ 1780 ​​   ​​  ​​ (b)​​ 1795 ​​   ​​  ​​ (c)​​ 1815​​   ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

56.​​ Who​​ started​​ publication​​ of​​ 'Mirat-ul-Akbar'?

      (a)​​ Raja​​ Rammohan​​ Roy ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ Sir​​ Syed​​ Ahmed      ​​ (c)​​ Mazhar-ul-Huq      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

57.​​ The​​ Bardoli​​ Satyagraha​​ held​​ in​​ 1928​​ against​​ the​​ increase​​ of​​ land​​ tax​​ rate​​ by:

     ​​ (a)​​ 15%   ​​  ​​   (b)​​ 22% ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ 26% ​​   ​​   ​​ (d)​​ 30%

 

58.​​ Which​​ one​​ has​​ not​​ been​​ correctly​​ matched?

     ​​ (a)​​ Kesari​​ :​​ B.​​ G.​​ Tilak​​  ​​   ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Voice​​ of​​ India​​ :​​ Dadabhai​​ Nouroji

     ​​ (c)​​ Bengalee​​ :​​ S.​​ N.​​ Banerjee​​   ​​   (d)​​ Indian​​ Mirror​​ :​​ G.​​ K.​​ Gokhale

 

59.​​ Who,​​ among​​ the​​ following​​ served​​ in​​ the​​ post​​ of​​ the​​ Congress​​ President?

     ​​ (a)​​ Allen​​ Octavian​​ Hume     ​​ (b)​​ Bal​​ Gangadhar​​ Tilak      (c)​​ Ramesh​​ Chandra​​ Dutta    ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

60.​​ Shimla​​ Conference​​ organised​​ by​​ Lord​​ Minto​​ was​​ arranged​​ in:

      (a)​​ 1906 ​​   ​​  ​​ (b)​​ 1907  ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ 1908   ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

61.​​ Though​​ the​​ Muslim​​ League​​ was​​ organised​​ in​​ Dhaka​​ 1906​​ but​​ the​​ activities​​ of​​ this​​ organisation​​ were​​ mainly​​ in​​ the​​ areas​​ of:

     ​​ (a)​​ Maharashtra       ​​ (b)​​ Delhi​​  ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ Calcutta ​​  ​​  ​​   (d)​​ Uttar​​ Pradesh

 

62.​​ Which​​ one​​ is​​ not​​ true​​ about​​ Ms​​ Annie​​ Beasant?

     ​​ (a)​​ She​​ organised​​ the​​ Theosophical​​ Society

     ​​ (b)​​ She​​ organised​​ 'Home​​ Rule​​ League'​​ in​​ Madras

     ​​ (c)​​ She​​ was​​ elected​​ first​​ women​​ Congress​​ President​​ in​​ 1917​​ AD

      (d)​​ She​​ was​​ associated​​ with​​ the​​ Non-Cooperation​​ Movement

 

63.​​ The​​ Indian​​ National​​ Trade​​ Union​​ Congress​​ (INTUC)​​ was​​ organised​​ by:

     ​​ (a)​​ Mahatma​​ Gandhi        (b)​​ Sardar​​ Vallabhai​​ Patel      ​​ (c)​​ Motilal​​ Nehru       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

64.​​ Who​​ led​​ the​​ formation​​ of​​ the​​ Radical​​ Democratic​​ Party?

      (a)​​ M.​​ N.​​ Roy    ​​ (b)​​ Lala​​ Lajpat​​ Rai​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ N.​​ M.​​ Joshi      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

65.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ district​​ was​​ mainly​​ associated​​ with​​ 'Chuar'​​ rebellion?

     ​​ (a)​​ Burdwan      ​​ (b)​​ Murshidabad        (c)​​ Midnapore     ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

66.​​ Sidhu​​ and​​ Kanhu​​ were​​ associated​​ with:

     ​​ (a)​​ Ho​​ rebellion       (b)​​ Santal​​ rebellion        (c)​​ Sanyasi​​ rebellion       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

67.​​ Farazi​​ rebellion​​ led​​ by​​ Haji​​ Shariatullah​​ happened​​ mainly​​ in​​ the​​ district​​ of:

     ​​ (a)​​ Dhaka      ​​ (b)​​ Chittagong      ​​ (c)​​ Maldaha        (d)​​ Faridpur

 

68.​​ Begam​​ Hazrat​​ Mahal​​ was​​ an​​ important​​ leader​​ of​​ Sepoy​​ Mutiny​​ in:

      (a)​​ Lucknow ​​  ​​   ​​ (b)​​ Kanpur​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ Bareilly​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

69.​​ Who​​ stated,​​ "Political​​ freedom​​ is​​ the​​ breath​​ of​​ a​​ nation"?

     ​​ (a)​​ B.​​ G.​​ Tilak       (b)​​ Aurobindo​​ Ghosh  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ Swami​​ Vivekananda      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

70.​​ Which​​ one​​ was​​ not​​ organised​​ by​​ V.​​ D.​​ Savarkar?

     ​​ (a)​​ Mitra​​ Mela       ​​ (b)​​ Abhinav​​ Bharat       (c)​​ Yugantar ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

71.​​ The​​ 'Ghadar​​ Party'​​ was​​ organised​​ in​​ the​​ USA​​ but​​ its​​ activities​​ led​​ by​​ Lala​​ Hardyal​​ used​​ to​​ be​​ operated​​ from:

     ​​ (a)​​ Tokyo ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ Singapore​​  ​​    (c)​​ Berlin  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ Paris

 

72.​​ In​​ which​​ session​​ of​​ the​​ Congress​​ Party​​ held​​ in​​ Surat​​ the​​ Congress​​ became​​ divided​​ into​​ two​​ groups?

     ​​ (a)​​ 21st​​   ​​   ​​ (b)​​ 22nd ​​   ​​   (c)​​ 23rd   ​​   ​​ (d)​​ 24th

 

73.​​ Bal​​ Gangadhar​​ Tilak​​ organised​​ 'Home​​ Rule​​ League'​​ at:

     ​​ (a)​​ Mumbai  ​​  ​​   (b)​​ Poona ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ Delhi ​​   ​​  ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

74.​​ Which​​ is​​ not​​ true​​ about​​ Lucknow​​ Session​​ of​​ Congress​​ in​​ 1916:

     ​​ (a)​​ Moderates​​ and​​ Extremist​​ resolved​​ their​​ differences​​ in​​ this​​ ses­sion

     ​​ (b)​​ The​​ Congress​​ and​​ the​​ Muslim​​ League​​ signed​​ Lucknow​​ Pact​​ after​​ the​​ session

     ​​ (c)​​ B.​​ G.​​ Tilak​​ and​​ Annie​​ Besant​​ emerged​​ as​​ important​​ figures​​ of​​ Congress​​ party

      (d)​​ This​​ session​​ demanded​​ 'Dominion​​ Status'​​ for​​ India

 

75.​​ Who​​ was​​ the​​ first​​ Indian​​ to​​ qualify​​ in​​ the​​ Indian​​ Civil​​ Service​​ Exam​​ held​​ in​​ London?

      (a)​​ Satyendra​​ Nath​​ Tagore      ​​ (b)​​ B.​​ L.​​ Gupta      ​​ (c)​​ Subhas​​ Chandra​​ Bose    ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

76.​​ In​​ which​​ year​​ the​​ Civil​​ Service​​ Examination​​ was​​ held​​ simul­taneously​​ in​​ England​​ and​​ India​​ for​​ the​​ first​​ time?

     ​​ (a)​​ 1920        (b)​​ 1922  ​​  ​​   ​​ (c)​​ 1924  ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

77.​​ Jallianwala​​ Bagh​​ massacre​​ happened​​ in​​ Amritsar​​ 1919​​ on​​ :

     ​​ (a)​​ 6th​​ April       ​​ (b)​​ 9th​​ April        (c)​​ 13th​​ April ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ 17th​​ April

 

78.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ following​​ has​​ not​​ been​​ correctly​​ matched?

     ​​ (a)​​ 'Anandmath'​​ of​​ Bamkim​​ Chandra​​ was​​ published​​ in​​ 1882

     ​​ (b)​​ Swami​​ Vivekananda​​ delivered​​ a​​ lecture​​ at​​ Chicago​​ in​​ 1893

     ​​ (c)​​ Dramatic​​ Performance​​ Control​​ Act​​ was​​ imposed​​ in​​ 1876

      (d)​​ Vernacular​​ Press​​ Act​​ was​​ imposed​​ in​​ 1888

 

79.​​ The​​ first​​ Jute​​ mill​​ was​​ set​​ up​​ in​​ 1855​​ by​​ George​​ Auckland​​ in:

     ​​ (n)​​ Howrah ​​  ​​  ​​   (b)​​ Rishra ​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ Naihati​​   ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

80.​​ Jamsedji​​ Tata​​ established​​ Tata​​ Iron​​ and​​ Steel​​ Company​​ (TISCO)​​ in:

     ​​ (a)​​ 1905       ​​ (b)​​ 1906 ​​  ​​     (c)​​ 1907      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

81.​​ Who​​ was​​ the​​ Chief​​ of​​ National​​ Council​​ of​​ Education​​ formed​​ In​​ 1906​​ AD?

     ​​ (a)​​ Sir​​ Ashutosh​​ Mukherjee     ​​ (b)​​ Sir​​ Gurudas​​ Banerjee      (c)​​ Aurobindo​​ Ghosh     ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

82.​​ With​​ which​​ news​​ magazine​​ Keshab​​ Sen​​ was​​ not​​ associated?

     ​​ (a)​​ Sulabh​​ Samachar     ​​ (b)​​ Balak​​ Bandhu      (c)​​ Naba​​ Bidhan      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

83.​​ Hindu​​ College​​ set​​ up​​ in​​ 1817​​ AD​​ became​​ known​​ as​​ Presidency​​ College​​ in:

     ​​ (a)​​ 1845  ​​  ​​   (b)​​ 1853      ​​ (c)​​ 1865 ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

84.​​ In​​ which​​ year​​ Ramkrishna​​ Mission​​ was​​ set​​ up​​ by​​ Swami​​ Vivekananda?

     ​​ (a)​​ 1895  ​​  ​​  ​​ (b)​​ 1896 ​​  ​​  ​​   (c)​​ 1897 ​​   ​​  ​​ (d)​​ 1898

 

85.​​ The​​ book​​ 'Indian​​ Renaissance'​​ was​​ authored​​ by:

     ​​ (a)​​ Swami​​ Vivekananda      ​​ (b)​​ M.​​ G.​​ Ranade       (c)​​ C.​​ F.​​ Andrews     ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

86.​​ Swami​​ Dayanand​​ Swaraswati​​ organised​​ the​​ 'Arya​​ Samaj'​​ in​​ 1875​​ in:

     ​​ (a)​​ Gujarat       (b)​​ Punjab      ​​ (c)​​ Maharashtra      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

87.​​ Who​​ was​​ not​​ associated​​ with​​ the​​ organization​​ of​​ 'Hindu​​ Mela'?

     ​​ (a)​​ Rajnarayan​​ Basu       ​​ (b)​​ Nabagopal​​ Mitra        (C)​​ V.​​ D.​​ Savarkar       ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

88.​​ 'Prarthana​​ Samaj'​​ was​​ organised​​ in​​ 1867​​ by:

     ​​ (a)​​ Devendra​​ Nath​​ Tagore       (b)​​ Atmaram​​ Pandurang      ​​ (c)​​ M.​​ G.​​ Ranade      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

89.​​ The​​ concept​​ of​​ 'Man​​ Making​​ religion'​​ was​​ advocated​​ by:

     ​​ (a)​​ Swami​​ Dayanand       (b)​​ Swami​​ Vivekananda       ​​ (c)​​ Swami​​ Sahajanand      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

90.​​ Which​​ book​​ was​​ not​​ authored​​ by​​ Swami​​ Vivekananda?

     ​​ (a)​​ Rajyoga       ​​ (b)​​ Jnanyoga       ​​ (c)​​ Paribrajak       (d)​​ Bharat​​ Pathik

 

91.​​ Swami​​ Vivekananda​​ died​​ in​​ 1902​​ AD​​ at​​ an​​ age​​ of​​ around:

     ​​ (a)​​ 45​​ years       ​​ (b)​​ 43​​ years       ​​ (c)​​ 41​​ years​​  ​​  ​​    (d)​​ 39​​ years

 

92.​​ Which​​ one​​ of​​ the​​ Statements​​ was​​ not​​ made​​ by​​ Swami​​ Vivekananda?

     ​​ (a)​​ Arise,​​ awake​​ and​​ stop​​ not​​ till​​ the​​ goal​​ is​​ reached

     ​​ (b) ​​ Motion​​ is​​ the​​ sign​​ of​​ life 

      (c)​​ Back​​ to​​ Vedas

     ​​ (d)​​ Freedom​​ was​​ deserved​​ only​​ by​​ the​​ bold​​ and​​ the​​ brave.

 

93.​​ 'Hindu​​ Patriot'​​ which​​ extensively​​ reported​​ on​​ oppression​​ done​​ to​​ Indigo​​ cultivators​​ was​​ edited​​ by:

     ​​ (a)​​ Deena​​ Bandhu​​ Mitra ​​  ​​   (b)​​ Harish​​ Chandra​​ Mukherjee ​​  ​​  ​​ (c)​​ James​​ Long​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

94.​​ Indigo​​ rebellion​​ was​​ started​​ by​​ Vishnu​​ Charan​​ Biswas​​ and​​ Digambar​​ Biswas​​ in​​ 1859​​ in:

     ​​ (a)​​ Midnapore      ​​ (b)​​ Murshidabad       (c)​​ Nadia      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

95.​​ The​​ Indigo​​ issues​​ stopped​​ in​​ India​​ after​​ artificial​​ indigo​​ was​​ started​​ to​​ be​​ manufactured​​ in​​ 1891​​ in:

     ​​ (a)​​ Britain     ​​ (b)​​ France       (c)​​ Germany ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

96.​​ Available​​ information​​ indicated​​ that​​ 'Neel​​ Darpan'​​ was​​ actu­ally​​ translated​​ in​​ English​​ by:

     ​​ (a)​​ James​​ Long       (b)​​ Madhusudan​​ Dutta      ​​ (c)​​ Sisir​​ Kumar​​ Ghosh​​  ​​  ​​  ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

97.​​ The​​ main​​ cause​​ of​​ the​​ Indigo​​ Movement​​ in​​ 1859​​ was:

     ​​ (a)​​ Political        ​​ (b)​​ Social        (c)​​ Economic ​​  ​​   ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

98.​​ Which​​ one​​ has​​ not​​ been​​ correctly​​ matched​​ :

     ​​ (a)​​ Indian​​ Mirror​​ :​​ Keshab​​ Chandra​​ Sen

     ​​ (b)​​ The​​ Bengalee​​ :​​ Surendranath​​ Banerjee

      (c)​​ Hindu​​ Patriot​​ :​​ Sisir​​ Kumar​​ Ghosh

     ​​ (d)​​ Sangbad​​ Pravakar​​ :​​ Iswar​​ Gupta

 

99.​​ 'White​​ Mutiny'​​ against​​ the​​ provisions​​ of​​ the​​ Ilbert​​ Bill​​ hap­pened​​ in​​ 1883​​ during​​ the​​ reign​​ of:

      (a)​​ Lord​​ Ripon      ​​ (b)​​ Lord​​ Lytton      ​​ (c)​​ Lord​​ Mayo       ​​ (c)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

100.​​ Who​​ considered​​ the​​ Indian​​ National​​ Congress​​ as​​ 'a​​ microscopic​​ minority​​ of​​ the​​ people'?

        (a)​​ Lord​​ Duffraine      ​​ (b)​​ Lord​​ Curzon       ​​ (c)​​ Lord​​ Ripon      ​​ (d)​​ None​​ of​​ these

 

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