General Studies: Important for Exam: Modern Indian History MCQ Part 30

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Q. The first British factory in Bengal was established in 1651 with the permission from

(a) Shah Shoji

(b) Farrakhan Slyer

(c) Jahangir

(d) Aurangzeb

Q. Arrange the following in correct chronological order

1. Nehru Report

2. Simon Commission

3. Gandhi Irwin pact

4. Dandies March

Select the correct answer from the codes given below:

(a) 1, 2, 3, 4

(b) 2, 1, 3, 4

(c) 2, 1, 4, 3

(d) 1, 2, 4, 3

Q. Gandhi represented congress during the

(a) First Round Table Conference

(b) Second Round Table Conferred

(c) Third Round Table Conference

(d) None of the above

Q. June third plan was formulated by

(a) Lord Mount Batten

(b) Prime Minister Attlee

(c) Lord Wavell

(d) Lord Linlithgow

Q. A later Mughal Wiser, who committed suicide on being demanded money by the Persian invader Nadir Shah

(a) Safari Jung

(b) Itemed – ud – doulas

(c) Najee khan Rubella

(d) Sadat khan

Q. The Sikh leader who challenged the Mughals after the death of Guru Govind Singh

(a) Banda Bahadur

(b) Ranjit Singh

(c) Dilip Singh

(d) Sikhs never confronted Mughal after the death of last Guru

Q. Which of the following is attributed to Sawari Raja jai Singh

1. Sanskrit translation of Euclid’s “Elements of Geomantic”

2. Construction of city and fort of Jaipur

3. Five astronomical observatories

4. Law curbing the evil of the institution of dowry

Select the correct answer from the codes given below:

(a) All of the above

(b) 1, 2 and 3

(c) 1 and 3

(d) 2 and 3

Q. “Deepavali Declaration” was given by

(a) Lord Wavell

(b) Lord Irwin

(c) Lord Linlithgow

(d) Lord Mount batten

Q. Rani Gaidilieu belonged to

(a) The Naga tribal area of Manipur

(b) A small kingdom of Orissa

(c) The upper Burma region

(d) State of Assam

Q. Dina Band Hu Metra in his play “Neel Darlan” portrayed the plight of

(a) Indigo peasants of Bengal

(b) Indigo planters of Champ ran

(c) Weavers of Bengal

(d) Peasants under debt of Moneylenders

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