General Studies: Important for Exam: Modern Indian History MCQ Part 27

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Q. Sub hash Bose was unanimously elected President of the I. N. C. at the Harper Session held in February

(a) 1936

(b) 1937

(c) 1938

(d) 1939

Q. What was the fundamental difference between Sub hash Bose and Gandhi – Nehru group, which led to the defeat of Gandhi’s candidate for the President ship of I. N. C. pitted against Bose and subsequent resignation of Bose from the President ship of the I. N. C.?

(a) Gandhi has a personal dislike for Bose

(b) Sub has Bose had radical and socialist ideas

(c) Bose wanted to exploit the war between Germany and Britain to India’s advantage and said, “England’s necessity is India’s opportunity”

(d) Insinuations made by Sub has Bose against Gandhi ji that he was not keen on carrying on the national struggle

Q. The Tripura Session of the I. N. C. (March 1939) was a historic event on account of

(a) The victory of sub hash Bose as President of the I. N. C. against Gandhi ji nominee, Pattabhi Sitaramaiah

(b) The resignation of the entire Working Committee except Sub has Bose and his brother Sara Chandra Bose

(c) The resolution to frame a constitution of free India

(d) Rejection of the British foreign policy by the I. N. C.

Q. After leaving the Congress, Sub has Bose organized the forward Bloc in

(a) 1939

(b) 1938

(c) 1940

(d) 1941

Q. The main principle of Mahatma Gandhi’s famous Basic Education System or warhead Scheme was

(a) Learning through activity

(b) Learning through productivity

(c) Earning and learning

(d) Learning and spinning

Q. Match the following events with the dates of their occurrence.

Match the Following Events with the Dates of Their Occurrence
Match the following events with the dates of their occurrence

List – I

List – II

A. August Offer

1. August 9 – 11 1942

B. Arrival of Cripps Mission

2. July 14, 1942

C. Quit India Resolution

3. March 23, 1942

D. The Great August Uprising

4. August 8, 1940

(a) 4 3 2 1

(b) 3 2 1 4

(c) 4 2 3 1

(d) 4 3 1 2

Q. The militant or revolutionary phase of the Indian National Movement was

(a) 1905 – 1929

(b) 1929 – 1942

(c) 19020 – 1942

(d) 1922 – 1942

Q. Who wrote to the Governor from the prison: “The individual musty die so that the nation may live. Today I must die so that India may win freedom and glory”?

(a) Jatin Das

(b) Bhagat Singh

(c) Subhas Bose

(d) Ram Prasad Bismil

Q. The four brigades of the I. N. A. (Indian National Army) were named after

(a) Lal, BAL, Pal, Subhas

(b) Surya, Chandra, Jatin, Bhagat

(c) Gandhi, Azad, Nehru, Subhas

(d) Ganga, Yamuna, Narmada, Kaveri

Q. The first provisional Government of Free India was inaugurated by Subhas Bose at

(a) Impala

(b) Kohima

(c) Singapore

(d) Rangoon

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