General Studies: Important for Exam: Modern Indian History MCQ Part 50

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Q. Which among the following statements is/are correct about green bonds?

1. It is an equity instrument used to raise capital to fund green projects.

2. Private corporation cannot issue green bonds.

Select the correct answer using the code given below.

(a) 1only

(b) 2only

(c) Both 1and2

(d) Neither 1nor2

Q. With reference to 1857 revolt which of the following pair is/are correctly matched?

With Reference to 1857 Revolt Which of the Following Pair is/Are Correctly Matched?
With reference to 1857 revolt which of the following pair is/are correctly matched?

Place

Leader

1. Lucknow

Begum Herat Mahlab

2. Bareilly

Kumar Singh

3. Azizabad

Azimulah

4. Delhi

General Baht Khan

Select the correct answer using code given below.

(a) 1only

(b) 2and 3only

(c) 1and 4only

(d) 1, 2,3and4

Q. In the early 1860s, there was a sudden increase in access to credit for riots in the Deccan villages. Which among the following was the reason for this?

(a) Setting up of rural banks by the Bruisers.

(b) Development of Railways and means of communication increased revenue of British government.

(c) American civil War and increased demand of cotton from India.

(d) All the statements (a) (b) and (c) are correct.

Q. Consider the following statements:

1. It defended the British Empire from foreign rivals such as Dutch East India company army.

2. It safeguarded the British supremacy from the internal revolts.

3. It was used for extending and defending the British Empire in A fracas.

Which of the above was/ were the roles played by the Indian Army during British rule in India?

(a) 1only

(b) 1and 2only

(c) 2and 3only

(d) 1,2and 3only

Q. With reference to Ram Mohan Roy, which of the following statements is/ are not correct?

1. They did not give importance to science and technology for the development of modern weaponry.

2. They lacked interest in trade and industry.

3. They did not have adequate financial resources.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1and 2only

(b) 2and 3only

(c) 3only

(d) 1,2and3

Q. With regard to the reasons for the fall of Maratha powers, consider the following statements:

1. They did not give importance to science and technology for the development of modern weaponry.

2. They lacked interest in trade and industry.

3. They did not have adequate financial resources.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

(a) 1and 2only

(b) 2and 3only

(c) 3only

(d) 1,2and3

Q. Which of the following is/are important factors that led to the Regulating Act of 1773?

1. The mismanaged finances made the company almost insolvent and the company was forced to apply to the British Government for a loan.

2. To strengthen the company’s army and curb the rising influence of French company.

Select the correct answer from the code given below.

Q. With reference to Nizami of Hyderabad. Consider the following statements:

1. He had a tolerant policy towards Hindus.

2. He played a leading role in overthrowing Slayed brothers.

3. He openly declared the independence from the central government.

Select the correct answer using the code given below.

(a) 1and 2only

(b) 2only

(c) 1and 3only

(d) 1,2and3

Q. Which of the following kingdoms were annexed under the Doctrine of Lapse?

1. Samara

2. Tandoor

3. Mysore

4. Nagpur

Select the correct answer using the code given below.

(a) 1and 2only

(b) 1,2and 3only

(c) 1,2and 4only

(d) 2and 3only

Q. Which of the following statements regarding Sikh leaders is not correct?

(a) The transmission of the Sikhs into a militant fighting community took under leadership of Guru Hargobind.

(b) Under Guru go bind Singh’s Leadership Sikh community became a political and military force.

(c) The institution of Guru Ship continued even after death of guru go bind Singh.

(d) Guru Govind Singh waged constant wars against the armies of Aurangzeb.

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