Modern Indian history MCQ's Questions
Servants of India Society was founded in
From Which year did the Muslim League start demanding a separate nation for the Muslims?
Wavell Plan was announced in the year
At midnight on December 31, 1929 who unfuried the tricolor flag on Indian Independence on the banks of the Ravi at Lahore?
Subhash Bose established the Provisional Government of Free India at
The historic fait by Gandhi came to an end as a result of the
Issue of White Paper
Arrival of Simon Commission
The social reformer of Maharashtra who became famous by his pen name lokhitwadi was
Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Gopal Hari Deshmukh
Subhash Bose selected the best soldiers from the three existing brigades (named after Gandhi, Azad and Nehru) and organised a new brigade Which the soldiers themselves called
Swatantra Bharat Brigade
Bhagat Singh Brigade
Mahatma Gandhi broke his epic fast unto death on September 26, 1932 after the Poona Pact, Which provided for
common electorate for all Hindus
reservation of 48 seats for the depressed classes in different provincial legislatures
reservation of 18 per cent of the seats in the Central Legislature
All the above
The Home Rule League was formed during the
First World War
Partition of Bengal
Struggle following the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre
Implementation of Minto-Morley Reforms
Which of the following was not a common social reform attempted by all the Hindu social reformers of the 19th century
emancipation of women
Eminent Tamil Poet C Subramania Bharati was associated with Which of the following movements oC the Indian National Congress?
As per the Act of 1853 the Governor-General's Council was enlarged for the purpose of
The Regulation XVII, passed by the British Government was related to which among the following?
Abolition of Sati
Abolition of Provincial Courts of Appeal
Suppression of Thugs
Abolition of Slavery
Who was not among the three revolutionaries who were hanged on March 23, 1931?
The earliest nationalist to commit political dacoities (a feature of the later revolutionary movements) was
Vasudev Balwant Phadke
On September 20, 1932 Mahatma Gandhi began a fast unto death in Yeravada Jail against
British repression of the satyagrahis
Violation of the Gandhi-Irwin pact
Communal Award of Ramsay McDonald
All the above
The Company's monopoly of Trade was abolished by the Act of
Pitt's India Act
On account of severe British repression the Civil Disobedience movement was again suspended In July 1933 and people were asked to offer Satyagraha
against liquor shops
Who declared that he would talk of religion only when he succeeded in removing poverty and misery from the country, for religion could not appease hunger?
There are 20 questions to complete.