Indian History Questions And Answers Practice Set 59

Free Online Test Quiz on Indian History Questions And Answers Practice Gk General Knowledge Questions Online test Quiz  Set 59 UPSC  IAS Prelims civil service exams,   for All competitive exams (UPSC, SSC ,SSC CGL)

1 .Who had paned the Vernacular Press Act into law?
A.  Lord Mayo
B.  Lord Hardinge
C.  Lord Dalhousie
D.  Lord Lytton
View Answer Discuss in Forum

2 .The Act of _______ had introduced the system of separate electorates.
A.  1874
B.  1893
C.  1909
D.  1926
View Answer Discuss in Forum

3 .Who had succeeded Mir Jafar to the throne?
A.  Haider Ali
B.  Chandra Sahib
C.  Tipu Sultan
D.  Mir Kasim
View Answer Discuss in Forum

4 .The first Indian national leader who began building, organizing and promoting the freedom struggle was
A.  Dadabhai Naoroji
B.  Lala Lajpat Rai
C.  Bal Gangadhar Tilak
D.  Gopal Krishna Gokhale
View Answer Discuss in Forum

5 .Which of the following is not among the regions where the britishers had first set up trading posts?
A.  Bengal
B.  Goa
C.  Coromandel Coast
D.  Gujarat
View Answer Discuss in Forum

6 .Vivian Derozio had been associated with the ______ movement.
A.  Swadeshi
B.  Back to the Vedas
C.  Young Bengal
D.  Young India
View Answer Discuss in Forum

7 .The majority of the moderate leaders of India's freedom struggle may be traced to hail from
A.  Bengal
B.  Rural areas
C.  Urban areas
D.  Both rurals as well as urban parts
View Answer Discuss in Forum

8 .The passage of the Rowlatt Act had been almost immediately followed by the
A.  Minto-Morley Reforms
B.  Khilafat Movement
C.  Jallianwala Bagh Massacre
D.  Chauri-Chaura Incident
View Answer Discuss in Forum

9 .An effect of the 1857 revolt was that
A.  The spirit of rebellion in Indian was crushed
B.  The British became totally demoralized
C.  The British abandoned their repressive policies
D.  Unity was forged between the Hindus and Muslims
View Answer Discuss in Forum

10 .What did the Rowlatt Act, 1919 empower the British government to do
A.  Foment class and caste strife
B.  Shut down any industrial unit at will
C.  Extend the period of imprisonment for Indians
D.  Detain a person for any duration without a trial
View Answer Discuss in Forum

11 .After the 1935 elections, the only two provinces out of eleven which had non-Congress ministries were
A.  Bengal and Punjab
B.  Assam and Kerala
C.  Bengal and Assam
D.  Punjab and Kerala
View Answer Discuss in Forum

12 .Madras was returned by the French to the British in 1748 by the Treaty of
A.  Paris
B.  Delhi
C.  London
D.  Aix-la-Chapelle
View Answer Discuss in Forum

13 .A letter to the Mughal emperor Jahangir from King James I had been presented by
A.  Lord Clive
B.  Sir Thomas Roe
C.  Lord Curzon
D.  Captain Hawkins
View Answer Discuss in Forum

14 .The Non-Cooperation movement had been launched by gandhi in the year
A.  1916
B.  1919
C.  1920
D.  1923
View Answer Discuss in Forum

15 .Despite holding a monopoly, the East India Company had faced competition from what it had termed as the 'interlopers' represented by the
A.  Portuguese
B.  Indigenous merchants
C.  British free merchants
D.  Dutch
View Answer Discuss in Forum

Also read :

Modern Indian History Questions for UPSC IAS Prelims

Share & Spread the love

Advertisement
500
Leave a comment...