General Studies: Important for Exam: Modern Indian History MCQ Part 23

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Q. The precursor of the Indian National Congress was

(a) Indian Association of Calcutta

(b) Indian National Conference

(c) British Indian Association

(d) The Indian Union

Q. The name ‘Indian National Congress’ was given by

(a) S. N. Banerjee

(b) Dada Bhai Naoroji

(c) Faros Shah Mehta

(d) M. C. Ramadi

Q. The first president of the Indian National Congress was

(a) A. O. Hume

(b) W. C. Banerjee

(c) S. N. Banerjee

(d) Dada Bhai Nairobi

Q. Who said, “The Congress is tottering to its fall, and one of my great ambitions, while in India, is to assist it to its peaceful demise?

(a) Syed Ahmad Khan

(b) Raja Shiv Prasad

(c) Lord Duffer in

(d) Lord Curzon

Q. Arrange the following events in the correct chronological order

1. Partition of Bengal

2. Varanasi Session of the I. N. C.

3. Calcutta Session of the I. N. C.

4. Foundation of Muslim League

Choose the Correct Option:

(a) 1, 2, 3 and 4

(b) 2, 1, 3 and 4

(c) 1, 2, 4 and 3

(d) 1, 3, 2 and 4

Q. The immediate cause of the Seurat Split (1907) between the moderates and the extremists was

(a) The Boycott resolution

(b) The election of the president of the I. N. C.

(c) The Swarajan resolution

(d) “The extremists” resolution of Swadeshi, Boycott, National Education and Self – Government

Q. The Calcutta Session of the I. N. C. (1906) marks a turning point in the history of the Congress, because

(a) It marked the end of the twenty years of the I. N. C.

(b) It marked the end of the moderate phase of the I. N. C.

(c) It adopted the resolutions regarding Boycott, Swadeshi, National Education and Self – Government

(d) It was the last session when the I. N. C. wad dominated by the old guard

Q. Who were designated as “Neo Nationalists”?

(a) Extremists

(b) Revolutionaries

(c) Moderates

(d) Swarajists

Q. The I. N. C. became both “Indian” and “National” In reality as well in name, at the

(a) Surat Session (1907)

(b) Calcutta Session (1906)

(c) Lahore Session (1929)

Q. Match the papers or periodicals with the national leaders who published them

Match the Papers or Periodicals with the National Leaders Who Published Them
Match the papers or periodicals with the national leaders who published them

List – I

List – II

A. Abdul Kalama Azad

1. Bombay Chronicle

B. Pharoses Shah Mehta

2. Al Hillel

C. Mrs. Annie Besant

3. Young India

D. Mahatma Gandhi

4. New Delhi

(a) 2 1 4 3

(b) 1 2 3 4

(c) 2 1 3 4

(d) 3 2 1 4

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