Modern Indian History and Freedom Struggle MCQs

Modern Indian History and Freedom Struggle MCQs

Modern Indian History & Freedom Struggle MCQs for General Studies and GK preparation of SSC, NDA, CDS, UPSC, UPPSC and State PSC Examinations.

  • Modern History: Decline of Mughal and Maratha Empire
  • Modern History: Rise of the Regional States and European Power
  • Modern History: British Paramountcy and Acts
  • Modern History: 18th Century Revolts and Reform
  • Modern History: Indian National Movement

 

Modern Indian History and Freedom Struggle MCQs

 

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Modern Indian History and Freedom Struggle MCQs

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1. Who of the following Generals was impeached in the British Parliament?

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2. Who represented India in the 2nd round table conference?

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3. The doctrine of subsidiary alliance was introduced by whom in India?

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4. The princely state under the British rule that had been granted a gun salute by the British Crown was known as by which of the following name?

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5. Which of the following is the most common animal carved on the pillars of Vijayanagara temples?

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6. Who among the following edited and published the newspaper Indian Mirror in 1861?

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7. Which Viceroy passed the famous Indian Coinage and Paper Currency act (1899)?

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8. Who was the chairman of the “Flag Committee”?

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9. Which viceroy inaugurated New Delhi on 10 February 1931 as India’s new capital?

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10. Permanent Revenue settlement of Bengal was introduced by ____:

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11. The impact of the first world war drew two classes of Indian society into the national movement. Who were they?

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12. “Go Back to Vedas“. Who among the following gave this motto?

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13. Which Governor of Madras presidency made treaty of Mangalore with Tipu ?

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14. In which year was the Indian National Congress formed?

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15. The British Government intervened in the affairs of the Company and passed an Act in 1773 A.D., known as the ____:

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16. University Grants Commission was constituted in which year?

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17. Who among the following was the founder of Pushyabhuti Dynasty ?

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18. In which year the University Grants Commission (UGC) was formally established?

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19. Which among the following led to Jallianwala Bagh massacre?

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20. Which of the following was not among the proposals of the August Offer, 1940 of Viceroy Linlithgow?

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21. Purna Swaraj or the complete independence was demanded by the Congress in which of the following session?

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22. M.N. Roy founded the Communist Party of India at Tashkent in which year?

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23. Which of the following was the first recorded Muslim revolutionary who was hanged for India’s independence?

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24. Who of the following said, “It was Dayanand Saraswati who proclaimed India for the Indians.”?

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25. Who of the following wrote the first Indian poetic work in English?

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26. In the year _____, the Maratha Empire ceased to exist with the surrender of the Marathas to the British, ending the Third Anglo- Maratha War:

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27. Who of the following threw a bomb over Lord Hardinge on 23 December 1912?

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28. Which of the following made the statement,”A single shelf of a good European library was worth the whole native literature of India and Arabia”?

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29. Which of the following was not a member of the Cabinet Mission?

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30. After the Government of India Act 1935, a Federal Court of India was established , which was later absorbed by Supreme Court of India after independence. The appeal from this Federal Court of India could be taken to ____?

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31. Satyashodhak Samaj whose main aim was to liberate the social Shudra and Untouchables castes from exploitation and oppression was established by _____?

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32. First Republic day was celebrated in which of the following years?

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33. Which among the following marks Mahatma Gandhi’s first fast unto death?

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34. Which among the following statements most correctly differentiates between Passive Resistance and Non-violence?

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35. Which of the following was not a party to the coalition that fought against the English in the Battle of Buxar?

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36. On which date, Partition plan was announced by Mountbatten?

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37. Who among the following had founded the Central Hindu College at Varanasi, which was later converted into Banaras Hindu University?

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38. Who among the following also launched a Home rule Movement in India, apart from Annie Besant?

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39. For the first time, female infanticide was prohibited by which Governor-General?

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40. Till which year Calcutta was capital of India ?

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41. Who among the following is known as the “Father of land settlement in Northern India”?

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42. Which of the following article of the Indian Constitution provides grants-in-aid?

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43. Gandhiji was involved in a movement in South Africa against which act?

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44. With reference to the political parties of 1920s, who among the following have been referred as “No Changers” ?

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45. “Swaraj ha maza janmasidha adhikar aahe ani to mi milavinach”. The word Swaraj was first of all used by Bal Gangadhar Tilak. Where did he made the above declaration in Marathi?

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46. Which among the following was the first conglomeration of the scattered princely states , which later became modern Rajasthan after several more mergers?

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47. When did Queen Victoria assume the title of Kaiser-i-Hind?

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48. Which of the following acts created Supreme Court of Judicature at Fort William?

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49. In which country Indian Independence Committee was formed during British Era?

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50. Which among the following date was passed by a resolution by Indian National Congress to observe every year as ” Purna Swarajya”?

 

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