Modern Indian history MCQ's Questions
On Which day had premier Attlee conceded that the British would quit India by June, 1948?
January 26, 1947
August 15, 1947
January 26, 1948
February 20, 1947
Arrange the following events in the order of their chronology:
- August Offer
- Poona Pact
- Third Round Table Conference
The single biggest item of British capital investment in India was
plantations and mines
banking and insurance
The main cause of the tribal uprisings of the 19th century was
the British land settlements and land laws had created tension in the tribal society
Christian Missionary activities in the tribal areas
the British Forest Laws
new excise regulations and police exactions
The 'Hero of Plassey' was
On account of his differences with Gandhiji, Sub has Bose resigned the Presidentship of the Congress (April 1939) and organised a new party called
Congress Socialist Party
Azad Hind Fauz
Congress Liberal party
The resolutions on Fundamental Rights and National Economic Policy were passed in which of the following sessions of the Indian National Congress?
Nana Sahib the adopted son of Peshwa Baji Rao II had become a great enemy of the British because
The Queen had humiliated him
He had lost his title
The British had stopped his pension
His estate had been snatched from him
The Government of India Act of 1935 had divided India into.......... provinces.
When the Governor-General was away from Bengal a Vice-President appointed by.......... would Act for him.
Board of Control
The English established their first factory in Bengal in 1651 at..........
Which of the following Sikh Guru is know to have completed the Harmandir Sahib?
Guru Arjun Dev
Guru Ram Das
Guru Har Gobind
Guru Amar Das
Mahabandula was killed at..........
The ruler of Mysore who secured the rendition of Mysore was
Loamanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak hailed form
''Faith is a Battle'' is the biographical work on which of the following personalities?
Mohammad Ali Jinnah
Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad
None of them
Which of the following songs was so dear to Gandhiji's heart, that he wrote: 'That one song is enough to sustain me, even if I were to forget the Bhagwad Gita'.
Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram
Vaishnava Jana To Tene Kahiye
Ishwar Allah Tero Nam
Who had paned the Vernacular Press Act into law?
As per Act of 1919 the lower house of the Central Legislature was known as..........
House of Representatives
House of Commons
The first Bengali Drama, written to highlight the brutality of the British indigo planters, was
None of the above
There are 20 questions to complete.