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History Model Test Questions 7 in English

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Question 1
The first provisional Government of free India was inaugurated by Bose at
A
Rangoon
B
Imphal
C
Kohima
D
Singapore
Question 2
Approximate number of princely states in India at the time of Independence was
A
300
B
700
C
600
D
150
Question 3
The Jallianwala Bagh tragedy took place in the year
A
1919
B
1929
C
1899
D
1909
Question 4
The first war of Indian Independence took place during the period of
A
Warren Hastings
B
Lord Canning
C
Rippon
D
Dalhousie
Question 5
The founder of Portuguese power in India was
A
Vasco-da-Gama
B
Danes
C
Salsette
D
None of them
Question 6
Civil disobedience movement in India took place in
A
1930
B
1916
C
1912
D
1908
Question 7
Quit India movement took place in
A
1938
B
1940
C
1942
D
1936
Question 8
A secular state is a state
A
where there is no religion
B
which abolishes religion
C
where there is only one religion
D
where all religions are free and equal
Question 9
Dada Bhai Naoroji was
A
Leader of Parsi Community
B
Leader of Muslim Congress
C
Leader of Indian National Congress
D
Government servant
Question 10
“Give me blood, I will give you freedom” said by
A
Subhash Chandra Bose
B
Raja Ram Mohan Roy
C
Bhagat Singh
D
Mohammed Ali Jinnah
Question 11
Mangal Pande was
A
Warrior
B
Social reformer
C
Poet
D
A man who provoked the army for revolt
Question 12
The principle of Panchasheela was framed in
A
Colombo
B
Hongkong
C
Moscow
D
London
Question 13
Before Independence Pondicherry was under the rule of
A
The Dutch
B
The French
C
The English
D
The Spanish
Question 14
The Tamil poet who injected the spirit of Nationalism and National Integration
A
Bharathidasan
B
Kavimani
C
Bharathiyar
D
Sadanandha Bharathi
Question 15
“Jai Jawan! Jai Krisan!” slogan was contributed by
A
Nehru
B
Lal Bahadur Shastri
C
Indira Gandhi
D
Valla Bhai Patel
Question 16
“Search for Truth”- Whose autobiography is this?
A
Gandhiji
B
Dr. Zakir Hussain
C
Dr. S.Radha Krishnan
D
Kumaran Asan
Question 17
“Untouchability is a crime against god” who said this?
A
Vallalar
B
Swami Vivekananda
C
Dr. Rajendra Prasad
D
Gandhiji
Question 18
Gandhiji has matrimonial relations in Tamil Nadu with
A
Rajaji
B
Satyamoorthi
C
Krishnamoorthi
D
C.P. Ramaswamy Iyer
Question 19
The main political weapon used to exert pressure upon the Government against partition of Bengal
A
Satyagraha
B
Civil Disobedience
C
Non-cooperation
D
Swadesi and Boycott
Question 20
The first Muslim President of Indian National Congress
A
BadrudeenTyabjee
B
Abul Kalam Azad
C
Rafi AhmedKidwai
D
Hakim Ajmal Khan
Question 21
The Rowlatt Act 1919 enabled the Government to suspend the right of
A
Free speech
B
Occupation
C
Habeus corpus
D
Movement
Question 22
The word “Sangam” in the early history of Tamil Nadu denotes
A
Academy of learned man
B
Assembly of poets
C
Collection of scholarly works
D
Scholarly debates
Question 23
During the sangam age Madurai was the capital of
A
Cholan
B
Pandyan
C
Pallavan
D
Cheran
Question 24
Which of the following deities is not considered to be one of the term incarnations of Vishnu?
A
Rama
B
Parasurama
C
Ganapathi
D
Narasimha
Question 25
The Vijayanagar empire was formed by
A
Harihara Puckar
B
Shivaji
C
Krishna Devaraya
D
Pratap Singh
Question 26
The first English Presidency in India was established at
A
Surat
B
Agra
C
Kolkata
D
Calicut
Question 27
The name Indian National Congress was given by
A
Ranade
B
Dadabhai Naoroji
C
W.C. Banerjee
D
Gopal Krishna Gokhale
Question 28
The epic Ramayana was written for the first time by
A
Valmiki
B
Vyasa
C
Tulsidasa
D
Kalidasa
Question 29
Saint Manichavasagar write
A
Thirupugal
B
Thevaram
C
Thirumanithiram
D
Thiruvasagam
Question 30
Commission to study centre-state relation
A
Sarkaria Commission
B
Paul Commission
C
Varma Commission
D
Siva Subramaniam Commission
Question 31
Panchayat Raj system in India was first introduced in
A
Bihar
B
Tamil Nadu
C
Rajasthan
D
West Bengal
Question 32
Of the following who is connected with the integration of princely states?
A
Nehru
B
Rajendra Prasad
C
Vallab Bhai Patel
D
Rajaji
Question 33
Sepoy’s mutiny was otherwise known as
A
Civil war
B
War of peace
C
Religious war
D
The first war of independence
Question 34
When did the first war of Independence break out?
A
1857
B
1848
C
1648
D
1763
Question 35
The political awakening in India began with
A
Vivekananda
B
Dayananda Saraswathi
C
Subramaniya Bharathi
D
Dayananda Sarawswathi
Question 36
The British viceroy were very much interested in
A
imperialism
B
democracy
C
socialism
D
capitalism
Question 37
As the rules of India Britain followed the policy of
A
unity
B
equality
C
liberalism
D
divide and rule
Question 38
As the rulers of Indian Britain followed the policy of
A
unity
B
equality
C
liberalism
D
divide and rule
Question 39
“The introduction of English helped the cause of unity in the country”, said _________
A
Dadabhai Naoroji
B
S.N.Banerjee
C
Sarojini Naidu
D
K.M.Panikar
Question 40
The Kesari was a
A
book
B
news paper
C
magazine
D
treatise
Question 41
What is known as the Bible of modern Bengali patriotism?
A
Vande Mataram
B
Back to Vedas
C
India for Indians
D
Do or Die
Question 42
R.C.Bandarkar who made the Indians feel their heritage was a
A
Political thinker
B
Philosopher
C
Western writer
D
Gandhian thinker
Question 43
Untouchability is a/an ______ evil
A
economic
B
religious
C
political
D
social
Question 44
The person to champion the cause of untouchability was
A
Dr. Ambedkar
B
Raja Ram Mohan Roy
C
Annie Besant
D
Madam Olcott
Question 45
Who founded the theosophical society
A
Gopal Krishna Gokhale
B
S.N. Banerjee
C
Bala Gangadhar Tilak
D
Madam Blavatsky and Olcott
Question 46
Madam Blavatsky and Olcott belonged to
A
Russia
B
U.S.A
C
India
D
Asia
Question 47
Who was the prominent leader of the Theosophical society?
A
Gandhi
B
Nehru
C
C.R.Das
D
Annie Besant
Question 48
Who introduced the permanent settlement  system?
A
Dalhousie
B
Cornwallis
C
Curzon
D
Robert Clive
Question 49
Who started the Bhoodan Movement?
A
Vinoba Bhave
B
Gandhiji
C
Dadabhai Naoroji
D
R.C.Dutt
Question 50
Which of the following is correctly matched?
A
Regulating Act - 1773
B
Pitt’s India Act - 1763
C
Fourth Mysore war - 1777
D
Sepoy’s mutiny - 1837
Question 51
Which of the following is correctly matched?
A
Sir Thomas Munro - Doctrine of Lapse
B
Comwallis - Mahalwari System
C
Wellesley - Subsidiary army system
D
Warren Hastings - Abolition of sati
Question 52
Which of the following is correctly matched?
A
Parliament of religion - Acharya Vinoba Bhave
B
Crusade against sati - Rama Kishna Paamahamsa
C
Movement of Welfare of women - Raja Ram Mohan Roy
D
Home Rule move - Anni Besant
Question 53
Which of the following is correctly matched?
A
Indus valley civilization - Adamsmith
B
Hamppa - Alexander Cunningham
C
Vedic age 1200 B.C. - Plato
D
Vedic age 4000 B.C. - Prof. Max Muller
Question 54
Which of the following is correctly matched?
A
Aryans - Sun worship
B
Seal of Indus valley - Lion
C
Mahavira - Founder of Buddhism
D
Epic age - Thiruvalluvar
Question 55
Which of the following is correctly matched?
A
Sangam Age - Dharma Vijaya
B
Kurunji - Lord Muruga
C
Ashoka - Jainism
D
Buddha - Purananooru
Question 56
Which of the following is correctly matched?
A
Akbar Nama - Akbar
B
Humayun Nama - Gulbadan
C
Ibrahim Sagidi in - Translated Tirukural in Persian
D
Badsha Nama - Amir Khushro
Question 57
What is the correct sequence of the following?
  1. Battle of plassey 2. Battle of Buxar
  2. Treaty of Allahabad 4. Jallianwala Bagh Massacre
A
3,2,1,4
B
2,3,1,4
C
4,2,1,3
D
1,2,3,4
Question 58
What is the correct  sequence of the following events?
  1. Treaty of Aixla chapelle
  2. First  Karnatic war
  3. Battleof Wandiwash
A
3,2,1
B
2,1,3
C
1, 2,3
D
2,3,1
Question 59
Give the chronological order of the four Governor Generals who had been in India at one time or the order:
  1. Lord Bentinck 2. Lord Cornwallis
  2. Lord Dalhousie 4. Lord Wellesley
A
1,2,3,4
B
2,1,4,3
C
4,3,1,2
D
3,4,2,1
Question 60
Give the chronological order of the four Battles that had taken place in India at one time or the other 1.The invasion of Somnath                                   2. The battleof Tarain
  1. The invasion of Malikafur on Mewar 4. The invasion of the Mongolson North India
A
1,2,3,4
B
1,3,2,4
C
4,3,1,2
D
3,4,2,1
Question 61
What is the  correct sequence of the following literacy works and sources?
  1. The Bhaghavat Gita 2. Rig Veda
  2. Mudra Rakshasa 4.Raghuvamsam
A
2,3,1,4
B
2,1,3,4
C
1,2,3,4
D
3,1,2,4
Question 62
Give the chronological order of these rulers of North India.
  1. Firoz Shah Tughlaq 2. Mohammed Bin Tughlaq
3.Alauddin khilji                           4. Balban
A
4,1,2,3
B
4,3,2,1
C
1,2,3,4
D
2,3,1,4
Question 63
Give the chronological order of these rulers of TamilNadu.
  1. Nandi Varma III 2. Narasimha Pallavan I
  2. Parantaka I 4.Vijayalaya
A
2,1,4,3
B
1,2,3,4
C
2,3,4,1
D
1,4,3,2
Question 64
What is the correct sequence of the following architectural events?
  1. Cave temples of Pallavas 2. Monolithic Templeof Pallavas
  2. Gangai Konda Cholapuram temple 4. Kailasanatha temple at Kanchi
A
1,2,3,4
B
1,2,4,3
C
2,1,3,4
D
4,3,2,1
Question 65
Give the chronological order of these foreign travelers or historians who visited India.
  1. Megasthenes 2. Hiuen-Tsang
  2. Fa-Hien 4. Deimax
A
1,4,3,2
B
1,2,3,4
C
3,2,1,4
D
4,3,2,1
Question 66
Give the chronological order of these foreign invaders of India.
  1. Alexander 2. Darious III
  2. Selucus Nikator 4. Cyrus I
A
4,2,1,3
B
3,4,2,1
C
2,3,1,4
D
1,2,4,3
Question 67
Give the chronological order of these ancient rulers in North India.
  1. Nandas 2. Ashoka
  2. Chandra Gupta Maurya 4. Samudra Gupta
A
1,3,2,4
B
3,2,1,4
C
4,1,2,3
D
2,3,1,4
Question 68
What is the correct sequence of the following literacy works in Tamil Nadu?
  1. Tevaram 2. Tolkappiam
  2. Manimekalai 4. Jivaka Cintamani
A
2,3,1,4
B
3,2,1,4
C
1,4,2,3
D
2,1,3,4
Question 69
Consider the following statements:
  • Assertion(A): The federal structure of the Act of 1935 was not implements.
  • Reason(R): The Indian princely states were not willing to join federation.
Now select your answer according to the coding scheme given below:
A
Both (A) and (R)are true, and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
B
Both (A)and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)
C
(A) is true, but (R)is false
D
(A) is false, but (R) is true
Question 70
Match list I correctly with list II and select your answer using the codes given below: List I                                             List II
  1. Third Anglo Mysore war 1. Treaty of Bassein
  2. Second Maratha war 2. Treaty of Saguali
  3. The Anglo Nepal war 3. Treaty of Mangalore
  4. Second Anglo Mysore war 4. Treaty of Sriranga Pattinam
Codes:
A
4 1 2 3
B
3 2 1 4
C
2 3 1 4
D
3 1 2 4
Question 71
Which one of the following is correctly matched?
A
Minto-Morley Reforms - Dyarchy is the Provinces
B
Pitt’s India Act - Establishment of Board of control
C
Montague Chelmsford reforms - Proposed all India Federation
D
The Givernment of India Act of 1935 - Communal Award
Question 72
The demand of the moderate nationalist movement was for
A
freedom
B
a larger share in the council
C
gradual reforms
D
rapid development of modern industries
Question 73
Consider the following statements
  • Assertion(A): From 1905 onwards the Government of British  India followed a policy of cordial co-operation towards the Indian states.
  • Reason(R): The growth of political unrest in British India put the Government of India to follow this policy.
Now select your answer according to the coding scheme given below:
A
Both (A) and (R)are true, and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
B
Both (A)and (R) are true, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)
C
(A) is true, but (R)is false
D
(A) is false, but (R) is true
Question 74
Match List I correctly with list II and select your answer using the codes given below: List I                                 List II
  1. Lal Bahadur Sastri 1. Srilankan Award
  2. JawaharlalNehru 2. Peaceful co-existence
  3. Indira Gandia 3. Tashkent pact
  4. Rajiv Gandhi 4. Treaty of peace friendship and co-operation
A
4 3 2 1
B
3 4 1 2
C
3 2 4 1
D
2 1 3 4
Question 75
Who called the 1857 Revolt as the first war of Indian Independence?
A
R.C.Majumdar
B
V.D. Savarker
C
S.N. Sen
D
Tarachand
Question 76
The magna carta of English education in India was
A
The Hunter Education Commission
B
The Indian Universities Act
C
The Charies Wood’s Despatch
D
The Saddler University Commission
Question 77
The slogan of Hindustan socialist republican association was
A
Quit India
B
Vande Mataram
C
Inquilab Zindabad
D
Jai Hind
Question 78
Gandhi launched his first hunger strike in
A
Champaran peasants issue
B
Ahmedabad mills strike
C
Jallianwala Bagh massacre
D
No co-operation movement
Question 79
The first news paper that was published in India was
A
The Bengal Gazette
B
The Calcutta Gazette
C
The Hindu
D
The Calcutta chronicle
Question 80
The significance of the Minto-Morley Reforms Act, 1909 was
A
it introduced diarchy in the provinces
B
it made provincial autonomy
C
it made provision for separate electorates
D
none of the above
Question 81
The name of Pandit Ishwar Chandra Vidya Sagar is closely associated with
A
abolition of sati
B
widow marriage
C
female infanticide
D
abolition of untouchability
Question 82
East India Company’s monopoly of Indian trade was abolished in the year
A
1805 A.D.
B
1813 A.D.
C
1833 A.D.
D
1853 A.D.
Question 83
Who was the first woman judgeof the Supreme Court of India?
A
Mayavathi
B
Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
C
Justoce Kalpana Rai
D
Justice Fathima Bibi
Question 84
In 1962, China brought the war with India to an end, voluntarily, because
A
it humiliated India in the eyes of the world
B
it captured more than the land area it expected from India
C
U.N.O interfered
D
it expected that USA might come for India’s help
Question 85
Consider the following statements:
  1. Rabindra Nath Tagore wrote  Gitanjali
  2. He abundantly loved India, his motherland
  3. He condemned aggressive nationalism
  4. His Vishwa Bharathi aims at national welfare
Of the statements:
A
1, 2 & 4 are correct
B
1,2 & 3 are correct
C
1 and 2 are wrong
D
1,2 and 3 are correct
Question 86
Which of the following is not a feature of the Prarthana Samaj?
A
it is a spiritual movement
B
It ran night schools for workers
C
female education was its prime aim
D
to receive Hinduism by the practice of suddhi
Question 87
Match List I correctly with List II and select your answer using the codes given below: List I                                 List II
  1. Shre-e-Punjab 1. Madan Mohan Malaviya
  2. Gurudev 2. T-Prakasam
  3. Andhra Kesari 3. Lala Lajpat Rai
  4. Mahamanya 4. Rabindranath Tagore
A
1 3 4 2
B
3 4 2 1
C
2 4 3 1
D
3 1 4 2
Question 88
The Tanjore Big Temple is worldwide famous because,
A
UNESCO adopted this as India’s cultural symbol
B
Its vimana istaller than its Gopura
C
Its eighty ton sikhara is a monolith
D
It has the biggest ‘Nandhi Pavilion’
Question 89
Who among the following organized gadar party in U.S.A.?
A
V.D. Savarkar
B
Hardayal
C
Bal Gangadhar Tilak
D
Krishna Verma
Question 90
Which is the correct sequences of the following developments in the constitutionalHistory of India?
  1. Cabinet Mission plan
  2. Minto-Morley  report
  3. Montague-Chelmsford report
  4. Simon commission report
A
2,3,4,1
B
3,2,1,4
C
1,4,2,3
D
3,4,1,2
Question 91
Who was the political guru of M.K. Gandhi?
A
Dadabhai Naoroji
B
Gopala Krishna Gokhale
C
BalGangadhar Tilak
D
Bibin Chandra Pal
Question 92
The flag of swaraj was unfurled by
A
Dadabhai Naoroji
B
S.N.Banerjee
C
W.C. Banerjee
D
Ranade
Question 93
The first woman president of the Indian National Congress was
A
Sarojini Naidu
B
Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
C
Kasturba Gandhi
D
Annie Besant
Question 94
The first meeting of the Indian National Congress was to be held in
A
Mumbai
B
poona
C
Delhi
D
Delhi
Question 95
The first Indian lady become the Governor of Uttar Pradesh in free India was
A
Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
B
Sarojini Naidu
C
Indira Gandhi
D
C.R. Das
Question 96
The Indian leader who was popularly known as the Sher-e-Punjab was
A
Bipin Chandra Pal
B
Lala Lajpat Rai
C
Bal Gangadhar Tilak
D
C.R. Das
Question 97
The Home Rulemovement set up by Annie Besant had its headquarters at
A
Poona
B
Mumbai
C
Adayar
D
Mylapore
Question 98
Consider the following statements: The sepoy mutiny of 1857 failed because of
  1. localized revolt 2. Bad leadership
  2. lack of military skill 4. Lack of strategy
A
1alone is correct
B
1and 2 are correct
C
1, 2 & 3 are correct
D
All are correct
Question 99
Which one of the following is wrongly matched?
A
Lord Lytton - Lee commission
B
Lord Rippon - Repeal of Varnacular Press Act
C
Lord Canning - Queen Victoria’s proclamation
D
Lord Mayo - Wood’s dispatch
Question 100
The title of ‘Viceroy’ was added to the Governor of India by the Act of
A
1861 A.D.
B
1853 A.D.
C
1892 A.D
D
1858 A.D.
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